APTOS Cabrillo's Board of Governors unanimously approved the final 2012 13 budget at Monday's meeting, agreeing to fill part of the $4.6 million deficit with one time reserve funds while also passing a resolution urging passage of Proposition 30, Gov. Jerry Brown's tax hike initiative, in November.
However, contract negotiations are continuing with the classified employee union. Alta Northcutt, who was named the union's new president after former president Stephanie Stainback stepped down last month, said she hopes to have a contract in place by November.
administrators, managers and faculty and likely, in the near future, with the classified employee union.
into effect in January. The Board unanimously approved a resolution in support of the measure, as has the Cabrillo College Federation of Teachers union and other groups.
"It's not a pleasant situation to be in, but I think everyone realizes the position we're in," Paul Harvell, president of the Cabrillo College Federation of Teachers Union, said before the Board approved the contract.
At issue are terms in a previously negotiated contract in which Cabrillo picks up the entire cost of those employees' pension plans. The negotiations now under way largely hinge on how the pension reform bill Brown signed last week affects those employees, according to Northcutt and Victoria Lewis, Cabrillo's vice president of administrative services. The new law raises the retirement age for new employees, caps the annual payout at $132,120 and requires more employee contributions.
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Meanwhile, Cabrillo leaders have taken a more active role in gathering support for Proposition 30, which would raise about $8.5 billion for education and public safety. If it fails, the state's 72 community colleges will have to make nearly $338 million mid year cuts, according to Air Max 6ix a staff report. For Cabrillo, that translates to another $3.5 million in cuts that would go Air Max In Pink
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As expected, the Board also approved the fourth round of cuts discussed at last month's meeting, bringing the total savings from layoffs and reductions since the spring to a little more than $2 million.
Managers and administrators previously agreed to take furlough days and share more of the costs for their medical and dental plans and other benefits, for a savings of about $100,000. The faculty union also has agreed to contribute more to their benefits, as well as take a pay cut if California voters reject Proposition 30. Combined, that would save another $667,000.
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