General Fund Spending

General Fund money is "classroom" money.

How a District "CHOOSES" to spend it's money is a reflection of the District's real priorities.

92% of CUSD's budget goes to employee compensation.

CUSD relies on fundraising and donations (one time monies) to pay for ongoing programs. Gift monies are suppose to pay for "enrichment" beyond "core" educational programs. At CUSD parents fundraise for Art- Music- Science and PE.

 

TOTAL GENERAL FUND MONEY $3,512,892

CUSD General Fund Money from the State $2,896,122 (66% is in legal fees)

Taxpayer Funds (fundraising and grant money) $616,770 (money taken out of the local economy for a service we have already paid for. This is one reason why CUSD can afford to give employes 92% of their budget)

 

IS CUSD TRULY FISCALLY SOLVENT? Yes because they are able to move fund balances around. See: CUSDWatch: Hidden Money

 

This is how CUSD will spend it's General Fund dollars at their Wednesday July 17, 2019 Board Meeting.

ATTORNEYS FEES 

District Funded 

Atkinson Andelson Loya Ruud and Romo  $950,000
Harbottle Law Group   $215,000
Best Best & Krieger, LLP   $25,000
Orbach Huff Suarez & Henderson $500,000
Terry Tao dba the Tao Firm $50,000
Fagen Friedman Fulfrost, LLP $15,000
Dannis Woliver Kelley $100,000
Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP $24,000
TOTAL $1,879,000

 

REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE

District Funded

This should come out of the Deferred Maintenance Fund 

Hi-Tech- Security Camera $200.00
Prosurface - Tennis Courts $22,150
Revel Environmental Manufacturing -Clean Triton Storm Water Catch Basin $10,026
Elite Sheet Metal - Roofing $50,000
TOTAL $82,376

PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT

District Funded

Public Private Partnerships with Lease Lease Back Arrangements   

Project Dimension  $385,000
Government Financial Strategies   $240,000
TOTAL  $625,000

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

District Funded

Classroom dollars should not be used for professional developement CUSD receives grant money for professional  development. CUSD does so much PD that their teachers are "Chronically Absent".

Growing Educators, Incorporated  $6,400
Delores B. Lindsey  $5,000
Building Allies   $2,700
TOTAL $14,100

 

 ADDRESS VERIFICATION

District Funded 

Nasario Solis- Address Verification $8,000
TOTAL $8,000

 

 GRANT FUNDS

Taxpayer Funded

This is another "Tax" for Education 

Campco- After School Program $117,000 
TOTAL  $117,000

 

 

PEST MANAGEMENT

District Funded

Rats at Journey School, Newhart MS and Niguel Hills MS 

Animal Pest Management   $49,080
Rentokil  $52,416
TOTAL  $101,496

 

 SPECIAL EDUCATION

District Funded 

Goodwill - Sign Language $100,000
Professional Tutors of America, Tutoring $22,150
TOTAL $122,150

 

 HEARING AND VISION SCREENING

District Funded 

Bio-Acoustical - Hearing & Vison Screenings K,2,5 and 8 $64,000
TOTAL $64,000

 

GIFT FUNDS

Taxpayer Funded

This is another "Tax" for Education

Meet the Masters - Art Program  $110,000
Weekly Explorer - History Presentations   $35,000
Lingo Train - Spanish Lessons  $10,000
Pali Institute - Outdoor Science Program $344,770
TOTAL $499,770

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New Contract

PSA 1920024

Goodwill Industries of Orange County, California dba DEAFinitely Professional Interpreting Services

Provide sign language interpreting and related services for deaf and hard of hearing District students and parents of District students

SPECIAL EDUCATION

$100,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Effective Date: July 17, 2019

Agenda Page 175 

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DEAFinitely Professional Interpreting (DPI) Services provides interpreting services for organizations and businesses in the community. Interpreting services are provided to persons who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. DPI interpreters provide interpreting services for meetings and events, such as:

  • Classes/Education
  • Concerts
  • Conventions
  • Employment Interviews, Orientations and Trainings
  • Medical Appointments
  • Private Events
  • Public Events
  • Religious Services
  • Staff Meetings

Location of Services

Interpreting services are provided at the site where the services are requested.


Hours of Operations

DPI is open from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday for processing and scheduling requests. After hour requests will be addressed the following business day. Prearranged interpreting services are available 24/7. Services are provided at night and on major holidays at an increased rate.


Fees

DPI's interpreting services are typically reimbursed by the requesting party.

Accessing Services

Organizations may request Sign Language interpreting services for their Deaf employees/clients by contacting DPI by email (preferred), phone or fax. DEAFinitely Professional Interpreting Services staff are ready to answer your questions. 
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Phone: 714.547.6308, ext. 357 or ext. 248 
Fax: 714.480.7832

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New Contract

PSA 1920027

Bio-Acoustical Engineering Corporation dba Bio-Acoustical

Provide hearing and vision screening services for grades K, 2, 5 and 8

$64,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Effective Date: July 17, 2019

Agenda Page 175 

 

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New Contract

ICA 1920028

Professional Tutors of America, Incorporated

Provide academic tutoring to District students

 $22,150.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Effective Date: July 18, 2019

Agenda Page 177 

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New Contract

ICA 1920032

Growing Educators, Incorporated

Provide classroom labs demonstration, planning, individual coaching or study groups

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

$6,400.00

8-1-19 to 8-31-19

Effective Date: July 17, 2019

Agenda Page 186 

 

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CUSDWatch Comment 

Professional Development

CUSD receives Grant money to fund professional development. ($5 million Teacher Effectiveness Grant) But every month CUSD spends the students "classroom money on Professional Development. CUSD does so much professional development that Teachers are effectively "Chronically Absent" from the classroom.

An August 14, 2017 Public Records Request revealed that CUSD does not track spending on Professional Development.

CUSD Spends more on Professional Development than they do on Books and Supplies for Students- and that is the one expense they do not track? Hummmmm?????  How many days of school did your teacher miss to attended Professional Development meetings? Every Certificated Teacher gets a Mandatory 2 days. Some parents have told me that if their teacher is a “team leader” they have been out as many as 17 days. Every time a teacher is out of the classroom the district must pay for a substitute teach which is an added expense to the district and not as beneficial to students as their regular classroom teacher. We are effectively paying teachers not to teach. 

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LADERA RANCH MIDDLE SCHOOL

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New Contract

ICA 1819283

Hi Tech Protection Systems, Incorporated

Provide installation of monitor for camera system with 110 outlet

$200.00

5-1-19 to 6-30-19

Effective Date July 18, 2019

Agenda Page 200 

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New Contract

ICA 1920040

Meet the Masters, Incorporated

Provide Meet the Masters art classes for various sites and grade levels

ENRICHMENT GIFT FUNDS

$110,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 205 

see: Meet the Masters Curriculum Tracks 

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CUSDWatch Comment

The Agreement does not identify which schools will receive this instruction.

Meet the Masters is usually paid for out of individual school site Gift Funds, not the General Fund. This looks like the District is purchasing curriculum and district staff will teach art at schools that can no longer to fundraise for a Meet the Masters Instructor to come into the school.

During the 2008 Great Recession, art and music were cut from district curriculums and have never been brought back. CUSD has relied on fundraising and donations for pay for art and music curriculums.

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This data is from a January 27, 2016 Citizen's Presentation to the Capistrano Unified School Distrct demanding that the District fund an art and a music class for every student that was taught by a properly credentialed teatcher. That is still not happening in CUSD,and if this is taught by elementary clasroom teachers that are not credentialed in Art that also does not meet the law.

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EDUCATION CODE 44257 HAS BEEN MODIFIED EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2019 BUT THE REQUIRMENT HAS REMAINED THE SAME.

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Under the State of California's "Road to Recovery Plan" employee compensation was to be restored to 2007-08 levels by 2015 and then programs that were cut would be restored by 2021 if there were sufficient funds in the budget. The number 1 priority was adult jobs, not the education of students.

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$2.5 billion would pay to fix and maintain all of CUSD's facilities and restore all cut programs. Parents fundraise for Art, Music, Science, PE and CUSD facilities have not been fixed or maintained for decades.

Here is Superintendent Kristen Vital telling the San Clemente PTA that without a bond there would be no money to fix and maintain CUSD schools.

THERE IS NO MONEY!  [turn up the volume parts are hard to hear]

Kristen Vital's total pay and benefits were $419,971 as of 2017. She has received a compensation increase every year for the last five years.

 

 

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New Contract

ICA 1920043

California Weekly Explorer, Incorporated

Provide walk through presentations for various educational programs, such as Walk Through the American Revolution and Walk Through California

ENRICHMENT GIFT FUNDS

$35,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 211 

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CUSDWatch Comment 

This is an "enrichment program" and is usually paid for with Gift Funds from individual school sites. The contract does not specify which schools will receive these presentations.

Each presentation is limited to a maximum36 student participants. What does CUSD do for classrooms that exceed the maximum average class size of 36 students?

California Weekly Explorer

QUICK FACTS
  • Geared toward 4th, 5th and 6th grade Social Studies curriculum
  • All presentations held at your school
  • presentations limited to 36 students
  • presentations are 2 ½ hours long
  • Two presentations can be presented per day, in most cases

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CULTURAL PROFICIENT LEADERSHIP PRACTICED Ensuring Educational Equity

New Contract

ICA 1920044

Delores B. Lindsey

Provide professional learning for District leaders in cultural proficiency that support student achievement goals aligned with local control and accountability plan (LCAP)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

$5,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 214 

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CUSDWatch Comment 

NO GENERAL FUND MONEY SHOULD BE SPENT ON PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT UNTIL EVERY STUDENT RECEIVES DISTRICT FUNDED ART, MUSIC, AND SCIENCE.

Ed Data Education Data Partnership

Professional Development Expendistures        
$ per ADA 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-17 2017-2018
Sub Agreement for Services  $70 $59 $43 $44 $54 $113 $98 $121
Travel Conferences   $14 $13   $12 $13  $15   $19 $19  $19
Dues/Memberships   0  0  0  $1  $2  $2 $2  $2
Professional Consulting   $162  $175  $175  $190  $223  $254 $330  $297
Communications $14 $10 $16 $9 $9 $13 $18 $12
Total   $260  $257  $246  $257  $303  $401  $467  $451
 
Approved Text Books and Core Curriculuar Materials  $26  $31  $17  $21 $24   $55 $119  $223
Books and Other Reference Materials   $2  $2  $2  $1  $1  $1 $1  $3
Materials and Supplies $128 $116 $123 $154 $162 $188 $177 $224
Total  $156  $149  $142  $176  $187  $244  $297  $450

 

California's public education system has gone through tremendous changes since 2010.

The "California Way" saw the implementation of:

Common Core, 

LCFF (Local Control Funding Formula),

LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan)

ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act), 

SBAC Testing, and

the journey to model California's K-12 system after the Canadian model of education put forth by Michael Fullan.

The Canadian model is founded on the following principles:

Differentiated learning does not matter-

Class size does not matter-

Professional development for staff and teachers is the single most important factor in student success. 

Since 2012, CUSD staff has systematically eliminated Honors Classes, the GATE program and accelerated programming for high achieving students. 6th grade math placement has; by design, limited student access to higher math tracks. CUSD is now the only District in south Orange County that does not offer Geometry Honors classes for students. 

CUSD has made curriculum choices that made it more difficult for students who were on a path to entering a 4-year selective college or university after high school, succeed. Unique to CUSD is requiring all students to take CCP and Health as a stand alone class required to graduate. This year long block prevented students from taking a class that would satisfy an a-g requirement. Students wishing to attend a four year selective college or University after high school were forced to take summer school two summers and/or zero periods in order to stay on track to complete their a-g course work. CCP and Health are CUSDs' largest credit recovery component.

The data now clearly shows that this is a failed approach to education. No matter how well trained an individual teacher may be, it is not possible for a single teacher to reach a class of 34+ students and meet the individual needs of students of differing abilities. The range of students encompasses "newcomers" who do not speak English and may not even be fluent or literate in their own language, special needs children who have been mainstreamed, to truly Gifted students and everything in between. When you add to that; the fact that there is so much emphasis on professional development, that teachers are chronically absent from their classrooms, you have students that are actually being held back and harmed by this flawed model for California's K-12 public education system.

The data shows that of the four levels of students measured by the SBAC:

"Standard Exceeded"

"Standard Met"

"Standard Nearly Met", and 

"Standard Not Met"

The ONLY group that performed well was the group of students that "Exceeded" the standard.

The group of students that "Met" the standard saw four straight years of across the board declines in academic performance which would evidence the fact that these students require differentiated learning to reach their academic potential

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Turning Privilege Into Change

New Contract

ICA 1920046

Kyle Sawyer dba Building Allies Together

Provide educational training workshop

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

$2,700.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 217

 

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CUSDWatch Comment 

About Building Allies

Building Allies is an organization that was founded as a response to the continuous sensationalization of trans identities, bodies, and experiences. We work to educate and empower cisgender, or non-trans individuals, to become active-allies for the trans and gender nonconforming communities. Our continued vision has been to serve and support through education, community outreach, and advocacy.

LAS PALMAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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After-school program

New Contract

ICA 1920049

Campco Recreation

Provide physical education program for students at Las Palmas Elementary School

$117,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 223

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CUSDWatch Comment 

California Department of Education

After School Education & Safety Program

Provides funds to schools and districts that collaborate with community partners to provide safe and educationally enriching alternatives for children and youths during nonschool hours.

Publicly funded expanded learning programs is a term used for programs that are funded by the state and federal government. These programs operate in title one schools (schools that have 40% or more of the schools population on free or reduced lunch) and have a minimum number of hours they must operate depending on the type of program (before school, after school, summer, intersession, etc.). These programs are exempt from the Title V regulations by statute. There are two types of publicly funded expanded learning programs: 

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New Contract

PSA 1920053

Atkinson Andelson Loya Ruud & Romo

Provide Districtwide general legal services

ATTORNEYS FEES

$950,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 232

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ICA 1920055

Project Dimensions, Incorporated

Provide consulting services for the Dana Point Bus Yard, Pacific San Juan Las Ramblas, and Niguel Hills Paseo de Colinas surplus property re-purpose

$385,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 241

CUSDWatch Comment

Supporting Documentation: CUSDWatch Board Workshop January 18, 2017 Asset Management Planning

To continue to find new revenue streams, broke school districts are now using surplus property to partner with developers to build high density / low income housing using a lease - lease back arangement. CUSD has three such projects in the works:

Dana Point Bus Yard

Camino Las Ramblas aka Pacifica San Juan

Paseo De Los Colinas 

Teacher Unions are in support of this so that a certain percentage of the housing can be used to provide subsidise housing for district employees.

 

Dana Point Bus Yard


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CUSDWatch Comment 

CUSD Article Supporting Documentation: September 13, 2017 Agenda Item #1 PUBLIC HEARING: Intent to Request Waiver - South Bus Yard and Agenda Item #31 Resolution 1718-17

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Camino Las Ramblas aka Pacifica San Juan


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CUSDWatch Comment 

CUSD Article Supporting Documentation: 

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Paseo De Colinas 


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CUSDWatch Comment 

CUSD Article Supporting Documentation: June 20, 2018 CUSD Board of Trustee Meeting Agenda Item #47: ACCEPTANCE OF HIGHEST BID AND DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE FINAL PURCHASE AND SALE AGREEMENT FOR PASEO DE COLINAS PROPERTY 

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New Contract

ICA 1920057

Harbottle Law Group, A Professional Corporation

Provide legal services for special education matters

ATTORNEYS FEES

$200,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 249

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RH DANA 

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New Contract

ICA 1920059

Lingo Train, LLC

Provide enrichment spanish lessons to students at Richard Henry Dana Elementary School

ENRICHMENT GIFT FUNDS

$10,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 249

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CUSDWatch Comment

This should be out of individual school site GIFT FUNDS not the general fund.

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New Contract

PSA 1920066

Best Best & Krieger, LLP

Provide legal services

ATTORNEYS FEES

$25,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 265

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New Contract

ICA 1920077

Government Financial Strategies

Provide financial advisory services

$240,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 265

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New Contract

PSA 1920079

Orbach Huff Suarez & Henderson

Provide general legal services

ATTORNEYS FEES

$500,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 293

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New Contract

ICA 1920092

Pali Institute, Incorporated

Provide outdoor education program

ENRICHMENT GIFT FUNDS

$344,770.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 319

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Pali Institute  
Concordia Elementary School   $34,965.00
Truman Benedict Elementary School    $ 38,340.00
 Don Juan Avila Elementary School   $ 52,000.00
 Tijeras Creek Elementary School   $ 23,850.00
Wagon Wheel Elementary School    $ 36,900.00
Vista del Mar Elementary School   $ 53,700.00
John S. Malcom Elementary School    $ 34,965.00
Chaparral ElementarySchool $ 28,275.00
Total $344,770.00

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New Contract

PSA 1920094

Terry Tao dba the Tao Firm

Provide general legal services

ATTORNEYS FEES

$50,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 334

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New Contract

PSA 1920095

Prosurface

Provide repairs and resurfacing to refurbish six (6) tennis courts for the Capistrano Valley High School tennis facility

Tennis Courts

$29,969.00

7-1-19 to Completion

Agenda Page 341

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New Contract

PSA 1920095

Nasario Solis

Provide safety and student services, residency verification, truancy, and disciplinary related services

Address Verification

$8,000.00

7-1-19 to Completion

Agenda Page 345

 

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New Contract

ICA 1920100

Animal Pest Management Services, Incorporated

Provide pest control services of gopher, ground squirrel, and rat activity at various schools sites

$49,080.00

7-1-19 to Completion

Agenda Page 354


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New Contract

ICA 1920100

Rentokil North America, Incorporated dba Western Exterminator Company

Provide monthly pest control services at all high school locations, including initial set-up for rodent, gopher, squirrel, and general pest control services

$52,416.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 357

Summary

Tesoro, Capistrano Valley, Dana Hills, Aliso Niguel, San Juan Hills, San Clemente High Schools

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New Contract

PSA 1920102

Executive Environmental

Provide environmental assessments, monitoring and clearance services for asbestos, lead and mold

$50,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 365

 

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New Contract

PSA 1920103

Revel Environmental Manufacturing, Incorporated

$10,026.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 367

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New Contract

ICA 1920104

Elite Sheet Metal, Incorporated

SHEET METAL ROOFING

$50,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 374

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New Contract

PSA 1920105

Fagen Friedman Fulfrost, LLP

Provide general legal services including public code interpretation

ATTORNEYS FEES

$15,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 376

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PSA 1920105

Dannis Woliver Kelley

Provide general legal services

ATTORNEYS FEES

$100,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 381

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Contract Amendment

Increase contract value from $25,000 to $49,000

PSA 1819147

Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP

Provide general legal services

ATTORNEYS FEES

$24,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 440

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Contract Amendment

Option to extend annually not-to-exceed five years

FIRST AMENDMENT TO PSA NO. 1920020

WLC Architects, Incorporated

Provide architectural and engineering services to design a sand volleyball court for Tesoro High School

ATTORNEYS FEES

$-0-

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page 474

 

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Contract Amendment

Increase contract value from $172,000 to $187,000

PSA 1819095

Harbottle Law Group A Professional Corporation

Provide general legal services

ATTORNEYS FEES

$15,000.00

7-1-19 to 6-30-20

Agenda Page