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of $1,019,281.60. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to pay the usual and customary bills in the amount of $1,019,281.60.


The committee recommends and I so move to approve a foursome of golf and tee sign for the Firefighters Quest Charity Golf Tournament. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to approve a foursome of golf and tee sign for the Firefighters Quest Charity Golf Tournament.


The committee recommends and I so move to approve up to $500 for the Drill Tower 40 Graduation ceremony. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to approve up to $500 for the Drill Tower 40 Graduation Ceremony.


MEDICAL COMMITTEE REPORT Barry Hedberg presented the following motion.


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.


Barry Hedberg informed that the Medical Plan renewal meeting is scheduled for January 19th. Todd Layfer informed the Board that the IRS and U.S. Dept. of Treasury have extended the Employer Mandate reporting


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 Earl H. Darnold, Jr. John Verdone John K. Malahni Oliver R. Hill Ernest C. Wonnacott


ASSISTANCE COMMITTEE James Coburn presented the following motions.


The committee recommends and I so move to accept the donations in th e amount of $49,866.37 to the Widows, Orphans & Disabled Firemen’s Fund. There was no discussion or objections.


Motion carried to accept the donations in the amount of $49,866.37 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.


deadline.


He indicated that Healthcare Reform requires that employers have adequate medical care for employees.


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 $43,983.06 The Estate Planning benefit in the amount of $4,800, The Life & Accident Death Benefits in the amount of $24,000 The Life & Accident Withdrawals in the amount of $5,634 The Relief Death Benefits in the amount of $22,500


ADVANCEMENT COMMITTEE REPORT


The committee recommends and I so move to advance funds for both active and retired members. objections.


There was no discussion or


Motion carried to advance funds for both active and retired members.


GRAPEVINE/WEB COMMITTEE REPORT


Chris Hart indicated that they need to work on pushing the social media aspect for LAFRA news and events. He encouraged the Trustees to create a Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram page for themselves.


SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE REPORT


Rick Godinez informed that they have targeted April 9th to conduct the essays and indicated that the mailers will be sent out very soon. He stated that they have been working on changing the application process because of previous complications.


NEW BUSINESS


Rick Godinez presented a video produced by Marketing & Development that focuses on the PPO Medical Plan. He indicated that the video will be shown on the LAFRA website and social media.


SETTING OF DATES


1) Buzzard Bait – January 16th – 18th 2) Investment Re-allocation Meeting January 21st


3) Investment Committee Meeting @ Beacon Pointe – February 23rd


4) Investment Institute; Las Vegas – March 14th – 16th


5) Hook & Ladder – March 18th – 20th 6) LAFRA Health Fair – April 20th & 21st


RETIREMENT DINNERS


1) Linda Ullum - Wednesday, January 27th – C @ FHMTC 2) David Liske – Wednesday, January 27th – C @ Grace E. Simons Lodge 3) Eileen McInerney – Saturday, January 30th – A @ Saddleback Ranch Universal City 4) Mark Flot – Saturday, February 20th – B @ African American Firefighter Museum 5) Fernando de los Cobos – Sunday, Feb. 28th – C @ Fire Station 109


6) Christopher J. Hare – Saturday, March 19th – C @ Tierra Rejada Ranch 7) Steve Schrobsdorf – Saturday, April 16th – A @ La Crescenta Woman’s Club


ADJOURNMENT


Bob Steinbacher entertained a motion to adjourn. Chris Hart so moved. Barry Hedberg seconded. objections.


There was no discussion and no


Motion carried to adjourn. The Board of Trustees meeting adjourned at 11:45a.m.


Bob Steinbacher, President


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