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that Linda Lara has contacted Steve Robinson to come back and sell merchandise at the event.


ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE REPORT


Chris Hart presented the following motions.


The committee recommends and I so move to pay the usual and customary bills in the amount of $724,733 and $225,481.35. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to pay the usual and customary bills in the amount of $950,214.35.


The committee recommends and I so move to pay the professional fees in the amount of $28,095.14 and $57,093.11. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to pay the professional fees in the amount of $85,188.25.


The committee recommends and I so move to approve supporting the LAFD Civilian Employee Recognition Program in the amount of $200.


Motion carried to support the LAFD Civilian Employee Recognition Program for $200.


The committee recommends and I so move to approve up to $700 for the LAFD Sertoma Golf Tournament. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to approve up to $700 for the LAFD Sertoma Golf Tournament.


The committee recommends and I so move to approve the Draft Cell Phone Policy and refer to the Policy Committee for review. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to approve the Draft Cell Phone Policy and refer to the Policy Committee for further review.


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.


David Peters stated that the IRS has penalized the medical plan because of improper Tax I.D.s for 2007 in the amount of $67. He stated that HealthScope Benefits has been instructed to pay the penalty and address the issue as they are responsible for correcting the errors.


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 $25,991.12


The Estate Planning benefit in the amount of $10,125,


The Relief Death Benefits in the amount of $31,500,


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 Donald L. Carter Harold W. Boener John E. Townsend Carl A. Latham Rosario J. Abbate Mack E. Stevens Paul McLaughlin


ASSISTANCE COMMITTEE


James Coburn presented the following motions.


The committee recommends and I so move to accept the donations in the amount of $3,296.34 to the Widows, Orphans & Disabled


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 REPORT


Chris Hart reported on the status of the website’s progress and indicated that they are working on getting it to where they want. He stated that they are working on splitting the LAFRA website to separate the WODFF information. He indicated that they will have drafts of both sites for the Board’s review at the next Board meeting.


SECRETARY REPORT


Andy Kuljis reported on the retired breakfasts and luncheons he’s attended and mentioned that he appealed to the members about considering the WODFF when completing their Estate Planning forms.


SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE REPORT


Firemen’s Fund. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to accept the donations in the amount of $3,296.34 to the Widows, Orphans & Disabled Firemen’s Fund.


The committee recommends and I so move to approve the financial assistance applications for surviving spouses, active and retired members.


There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to approve the financial assistance applications for surviving spouses, active and retired members.


Doak Smith reported that the Scholarship Program is running on track and stated that so far, they have eight applicants. He stated that the Essay exam will be held on April 28th.


SETTING OF DATES


1) Corbin Bowl – May 6th 2) Lane Kemper Softball Tournament – May 16th


3) Grass Valley – May 16th – 20th 4) Hope for Firefighters – June 7th 5) Over the Line Tournament – September 12th


6) LAFD Invitational Golf Tournament – September 24th


7) IFEBP Annual Employee Benefits Conf. – November 11th – 14th


8) LAFRA Open House – December 1st


RETIREMENT DINNERS


1) Robert Holloway – April 12th Kyoto Grand Hotel (Albarran)


2) Lon Roberts – April 21st LAFD Air Operations (Hernandez)


3) Gary Ingham – April 28th 94 Aero


Squadron (Lowe)


4) Rudolfo Martinez – April 28th Friendship Auditorium (Bednarchik)


5) Fred Lopez – April 29th Sportsmen’s Lodge (Godinez)


6) Luis Jaramillo – May 5th Marriott Courtyard Monrovia (Kuljis)


7) Chuck Currey – May 11th Altadena Town & Country Club


8) Wayne Nakamura – May 23rd Sportsmen’s Lodge (Akahoshi)


9) Richard McClure – May 30th Castaway (Bednarchik) 10) Gail Martin, Jr. – June 11th Sutter’s Mill Restaurant (Bednarchik)


11) Wes Shundo – July 28th Elk’s Lodge #966 San Pedro (Larson)


ADJOURNMENT


John Jacobsen entertained a motion to adjourn. David Lowe so moved. Chris Hart seconded. There was no discussion and no objections.


Motion carried to adjourn. The Board of Trustees meeting adjourned at 12:00pm.


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