Western State College
COMMITTEE ON CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
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|Approve Western State College's Two-Year Projectio||PASS|
10:59 AM -- Western State College
Dr. Jay Helman, President, Mr. Brad Baca, Vice President for Finance and Administration, and Mr. Andrew Jenkins, Associate Vice President for Finance and Administration, all of Western State College, presented the college's three FY 2010-11 requests and its two-year and five-year projection of capital need. Dr. Helman described a need to create a culture of health and wellness on the campus. Dr. Helman thanked the committee for its past support and described renovations to various buildings on campus, including Kelley Hall.
Mr. Jenkins summarized the college's process of assessing its physical campus. He also described the results of an energy performance audit and updates to Western State College's campus master plan.
Mr. Baca provided an overview of the projects under consideration by the committee, including three FY 2010-11 requests: (1) Paul Wright Gym; (2) Quigley Hall Renovation; and (3) Press Box Expansion and Renovation. He also presented a cash-funded request for the Shavano Apartment Complex project. Committee members received the college's Two-Year Projection of Cash Need, prepared by Legislative Council Staff (Attachment B). Mr. Baca noted that the requested projects will help the college meet health- and life-safety standards, and will also better enable it to meet expanding enrollment and student demands. He acknowledged the economic pressures on the state and discussed the college's steps to pursue private funds and to encourage students to prioritize their requests. Representatives from Western State College responded to questions and comments from members of the committee regarding improvements made to the college's facilities.
In response to a question, Mr. Baca provided additional background information on the Shavano Apartment Complex project.
|BILL:||Western State College |
|TIME: || 11:18:42 AM|
|MOTION:||Approve Western State College's Two-Year Projection of Cash Need (see Attachment B). The motion passed on a vote of 4-0-2.|
Final YES: 4 NO: 0 EXC: 2 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS