COLLEGE STATION INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

BOARD WORKSHOP

October 1, 2010 at 8:15 a.m.

Administrative Conference Room

 

A. CALL TO ORDER

President Randall Pitcock called the meeting to order at 8:25 a.m. and declared a quorum was present with five members present.

 

B. DECLARATION OF QUORUM

In attendance were President Randall Pitcock, Vice President Valerie Jochen, Secretary Paul Dorsett, and Trustees Charlotte Slack and Garland Watson. Trustee Jeff Harris arrived at 8:45 a.m. Trustee Carol Barrett was absent.

 

C. WORKSHOP SESSION

C-1. Consider approval of the sale, exchange, and conveyance of a parcel of real property to the City of College Station, and the contract and deed evidencing the sale, subject to final approval by the Texas Education Agency. The contract and deed are summarized as follows: a Special Warranty Deed for approximately thirty (30.0) acres of real property more or less, situated on Rock Prairie Road, east of Texas Highway 6 South, in College Station, Brazos County, Texas, by and between College Station Independent School District (Seller) and the City of College Station, Texas (Buyer), for the sale of the Property for Four Million Twenty Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($4,020,000).

President Pitcock recognized Superintendent Eddie Coulson who spoke briefly related to district owned property. Dr. Coulson recognized Clark Ealy, Director for Administrative Services who reported related to the sale of our land to the City of College Station and then the City will sell the land to Scott & White to bring a hospital to the community. This will assist in establishing a medical corridor along Rock Prairie Road. Dr. Ealy pointed out that the approval of the Resolution approves the sale. President Randall Pitcock pointed out that the property is not an ideal location for a school facility and that this is a great opportunity to work with the community. This sale would free up money to purchase land for school facilities which we need. The district can sell at fair market value to another entity that possesses the power of imminent domain. Then the City can sell the property to the public for a public purpose the creation of a medical corridor.

 

MOTION 4224: I move approval of the Resolution to sale, exchange, and conveyance of a parcel of real property to the City of College Station, and the contract and deed evidencing the sale, subject to final approval by the Texas Education Agency. The contract and deed are summarized as follows: a Special Warranty Deed for approximately thirty (30.0) acres of real property more or less, situated on Rock Prairie Road, east of Texas Highway 6 South, in College Station, Brazos County, Texas, by and between College Station Independent School District (Seller) and the City of College Station, Texas (Buyer), for the sale of the Property for Four Million Twenty Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($4,020,000), as presented. The motion was made by Trustee Charlotte Slack and seconded by Secretary Paul Dorsett. The motion passed with five ayes and zero nos, with two absences.

 

C-2. Consider approval of a Temporary Construction Easement by and between College Station Independent School District and the City of College Station and associated with the construction and improvement of certain infrastructure, including the expansion or Royder Road near the intersection of Royder Road and Greens Prairie Trail.

Deputy Superintendent Clark Ealy reported briefly related to the approval of a temporary construction easement between CSISD and the City of College Station including the expansion or Royder Road near the intersection of Royder Road and Greens Prairie Trail.

 

MOTION 4225: I move approval of a Temporary Construction Easement by and between College Station Independent School District and the City of College Station and associated with the construction and improvement of certain infrastructure, including the expansion or Royder Road near the intersection of Royder Road and Greens Prairie Trail, as presented. The motion was made by Trustee Charlotte Slack and seconded by Vice President Valerie Jochen. The motion passed with seven ayes and zero nos, with two absences.

 

C-3. Consideration, discussion and possible action regarding CRSS training with a consultant related to core beliefs and commitments, management oversight, and policy development.

Training occurred.

 

D. ADJOURNMENT

Without objection, President Pitcock adjourned the meeting at noon.

 

 

 

 

RANDALL PITCOCK PAUL DORSETT

RANDALL PITCOCK PAUL DORSETT

PRESIDENT SECRETARY