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A summary of the March 17th University of Hawaii Professional Assembly (UHPA) Board of Directors’ meeting.
Executive Director J. N. Musto submitted testimony concerning the proposed UH System Reorganization Plan at the UH Board of Regents’ meeting on March 15, 2007. Although specific suggestions and issues were raised, the UH Board of Regents acted to approve the UH System Reorganization Plan without modification.
Executive Director J. N. Musto delivers checks to Hawaii Community College faculty in time for Christmas. UHPA provided checks (net amount due) to those faculty who had not received their payroll checks on December 15th.
Hawaii Supreme Court rules on the payroll lag passed by the Legislature.
The EUTF is considering more premium rates beyond self or full family.
Ballots were due May 5, 2006. Ballots were counted May 8, 2006.1771 ballots mailed 335 ballots received by deadline (19% voter turnout) – 4 ballots spoiled or invalid—– 331 valid ballots[Amended 5/15/06 to delete percentages and total number of votes cast]150 votes William Albritton155 votes Richard W. Nettell175 votes Amarjit Singh (elected)194 votes Duane Stevens (elected)199 votes Charles…
John Wendell, College of Business Administration, has won the special electionfor UHPA Director representing Manoa at Large. His term begins immediately and will run until August 31, 2008. The election results were: 89 Catherine Chan-Halbrendt 27 Michael D’Andrea 72 Sarita Rai112 John Wendell [elected]—–300 valid ballots received by deadline 3 invalid ballots
PAU 024 Leeward Community College2 yrs Jake De Ste Croix1 yr Stephen HerrPAU 035 UH Hilo2 yrs Ernest Kho1 yr Charles SimmonsPAU 116 UH Manoa Library Services2 yrs Vickery LebbinThose elected for two-year terms will serve from June 1, 2006 to May 31, 2008.Those elected for one-year terms will serve from June 1, 2006 to…