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The committee recommends and I so move to sponsor up to $600 for a foursome of Golf for the Firefighters Quest Golf Tournament. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to approve up to $600 for a foursome of golf for the Firefighters Quest Golf Tournament.


The committee recommends and I so move to donate up to $500 for the L.A. Heat Tournament. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to donate up to $500 for the L.A. Heat Tournament.


The committee recommends and I so move to approve an additional $2K in seed money for the Hook & Ladder Enduro. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to approve an additional $2K in seed money for the Hook & Ladder Enduro.


MEDICAL COMMITTEE REPORT


David Peters presented the following motions.


The committee recommends and I so move to accept the applications to the Medical Plan. There was no discussion and no objections.


Motion carried to accept all applications to the Medical Plan.


The committee recommends and I so move to increase the minimum RX copays from $8 to $10 for generic and $20 to $25 for brand name when generic is available, decrease the maximum RX copay for meds from $500 to $300 and increase the medical premium rates at 4% for active and 7% for retired. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to increase the RX copays from $8 to $10 for generic and $20 to $25 for brand name when generic is available, decrease the maximum RX copay for meds from $500 to $300 and increase the medical premium rates at 4% for actives and 7% for retired.


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The committee recommends and I so move to approve contracting with Lexmond Communications to produce and distribute open enrollment materials.


Motion carried to approve contracting with Lexmond Communications to produce and distribute open enrollment materials.


RELIEF COMMITTEE REPORT


James Coburn presented the following motion.


The committee recommends and I so move to pay:


The Sick & Injury benefits in the amount of $29,336.08 The Estate Planning benefit in the amount of $3,500, The Life & Accident Death Benefit in the amount of $12,000 The Relief Death Benefits in the amount of $22,500


There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to pay the above Relief benefits.


James Coburn read the names of members who recently passed and asked for a moment of silence from the Board.


MEMORIALS Vincent L. Chavez Stanley B. Green William R. Antisdel Douglas A. Morton Gerald R. Foust


ASSISTANCE COMMITTEE


James Coburn presented the following motions.


The committee recommends and I so move to accept the donations in the amount of $18,063.82 to the Widows, Orphans & Disabled Firemen’s Fund. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to accept the donations in the amount of


$18,063.82 to the Widows, Orphans & Disabled Firemen’s Fund.


EMERGENCY ADVANCEMENTS


James Coburn presented the following motion.


The committee recommends and I so move to approve the emergency advancement applications for active and retired members. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to approve the emergency advancement applications for active and retired members.


GRAPEVINE/WEBSITE COMMITTEE REPORT


Chris Hart mentioned that they will have a meeting to discuss lowering costs to publish the Grapevine and possibly decreasing the amount of issues. He stated that they will also discuss advertisements on the website.


David Ned mentioned that they are currently dealing with three different potential vendors on taking the website to the next level. He stated that once they meet with all three vendors, they will make a recommendation to the Administrative Committee.


SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE REPORT


Doak Smith reported that all the updates are finalized on the website and Grapevine for the Scholarship Program. He indicated that he will provide a written report to the President on how the Scholarship application process is handled. He mentioned that the deadline to submit applications is April 13th.


AUDIT COMMITTEE REPORT


Doak Smith reported that the Audit committee met with the Harrington Group to discuss the annual audit. He indicated that they will conduct the audit beginning on February 13th and will have a closing meeting with management on March 2nd.


SECRETARY’S REPORT


Andy Kuljis reported that they need to review the inventory of cemetery plots and suggested that they appoint a committee to address the issue. He also indicated that they may need to purchase more plots in the near future.


SETTING OF DATES


1. Hook & Ladder Enduro – March 24th


2. Corbin Bowl – May 6th 3. Lane Kemper Softball Tournament – May 9th


4. Grass Valley – May 16th – 20th 5. Hope for Firefighters – June 7th 6. Over the Line Tournament – September 13th


7. LAFD Invitational Golf Tournament – September 24th


8. IFEBP Annual Employee Benefits Conf. – November 11th – 14th


9. LAFRA Open House – December 1st


RETIREMENT DINNERS


1. Chris Kawai – February 17th Brookside Golf Course (Matsubara/ Akahoshi) 2. Raymund Peralta – February 27th The Odyssey (Godinez) 3. John Martinez – March 1st San Antonio Winery (Larson) 4. Neal Jones, Paul Steffen, Tom Kephart – March 4th Bridgeport Valencia (Domanski) 5. Louis Origel – March 9th Kyoto Grand Hotel (Coburn/Larson) 6. Kenneth Cassidy – March 11th Edendale (Albarran) 7. Fred Lopez – April 29th Sportsmen’s Lodge (Godinez)


ADJOURNMENT


John Jacobsen entertained a motion to adjourn in memory of John Squire. Doak Smith so moved. Craig White seconded. There was no discussion and no objections.


Motion carried to adjourn. The Board of Trustees meeting adjourned at 12:40pm.


John Jacobsen, President


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