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Monday, June 28, 2010

RIOC Board Of Dirctors Meeting Tonight 5:30 PM - Questions Accepted From Those In Attendance Prior To Meeting Start By Those Who Signed Up

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The Roosevelt Island Operating Corp. (RIOC) will be holding it's June Board of Directors meeting tonight June 28 starting at 5:30 PM. Prior to the start of the Board meeting there will be a period of time for members of the community to comment and ask questions of the Board Members. According to RIOC:
A 30-45 minute public comment period wherein those who sought to address the Board would have pre-registered, with time for any speaker limited to two (2) minutes. Pre-registration would be accomplished by addressing RIOC at its web site or in person at RIOC's office prior to the day of the meeting. Public comment should be for the purpose of receiving comment, not to engage in debate or colloquy with board members. The Chair would control the time and limit for each speaker.

By scheduling the public comment period as above, the town hall style session following alternate Board meetings should be obviated. The RIRA meetings now held the evenings before each Board could function as the equivalent of a town hall meeting, with Board members attending as they wish, but with the expectation that a senior RIOC staff person would also attend to answer questions on Agenda items.
The RIOC Speak Up web page advises that those wishing to speak should sign up by the close of business prior to the day of the Board Meeting so don't know if RIOC will accept speakers today.

Below is the Agenda for June 2010 RIOC Board of Directors Meeting. AGENDA

JUNE 28, 2010
MEETING OF THE ROOSEVELT ISLAND OPERATING CORPORATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
THE GOOD SHEPHERD CENTER, 5:30 P.M.

I. Call to Order
II. Roll Call
III. Approval of Minutes
1. May 6, 2010 Board Meeting (Board Action Required)
IV. Old Business
V. New Business
1. Presentation of RIOC�s Audited Financial Statements for Fiscal Year 2009-10;
2. Approval of Report on Procurement Contracts for Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2010 (Board Action Required);
3. Approval of Report on Investments for Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2010 (Board Action Required);
4. Approval of Property Report for Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2010 (Board Action Required);
5. Approval of Annual Report for Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2010 (Board Action Required);
6. Authorization to Adopt Guidelines Regarding Procurement Lobbying (Board Action Required);
7. Authorization to Enter into Contract for Independent Auditing Services (Board Action Required);
8. Authorization to Enter into Contracts for Landscape Architectural Services (Board Action Required);
9. Authorization to Amend the Contract for Construction Management Services for Oversight of the Aerial Tramway Modernization Project with Liro Engineers Inc. (Board Action Required);
10. Authorization to Enter into Contract for HVAC System Replacement at the Good Shepherd Center (Board Action Required);
11. Authorization to Enter into Contract for the Good Shepherd Center Plaza Restoration Project (Board Action Required);
12. Authorization to Enter into Contract for Resetting Z-brick Pavers (Board Action Required);
13. Authorization to Amend License Agreement with Riverwalk Landing LLC for Zipcar Parking at Southtown (Board Action Required);
14. Authorization of Distribution of Performance Based Increases (Board Action Required);
15. Authorization to Adopt 2010 Retirement Incentive Program (Board Action Required);
16. Presentation of the Proposed Master Plan for the Blackwell Open Space Area;
17. Committee Reports
a. Audit Committee
b. Governance Committee
c. Operations Advisory Committee
d. Real Estate Development Advisory Committee
18. Public Safety Report
19. President's Report
VI. Adjournment

1 comments :

Anonymous said...

Recently there has been an increase in cars with a small hospital sticker parked in the
no-parking areas in Southtown around the hospital rather than in the parking lots while PSD "look the other way" . Are the employees "claiming territory"