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SUMMARY OF THE JULY MEETING


OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS


OF


THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK


 


Held at the State Education Building

Albany, New York


July 19 and 20, 2010


and





P-12 Education Committee Meeting




Held at the State Education Building




Albany


, New York




as well as various video conference sites





August 9, 2010


 


Anthony Lofrumento, Secretary




Board of Regents



THE BOARD OF REGENTS

            The Board of Regents of The University of the State of New York held public sessions on Monday, July 19 at 9:25 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. pursuant to a call to duty sent to each Regent.


MEETING OF THE FULL BOARD, Monday, July 19 at 9:25 a.m.


Board Members in Attendance:

Merryl H. Tisch, Chancellor

Milton L. Cofield, Vice Chancellor

Robert M. Bennett, Chancellor Emeritus

Saul B. Cohen

James C. Dawson

Anthony S. Bottar

Geraldine D. Chapey

Harry Phillips, 3rd

James R. Tallon, Jr.

Roger Tilles

Charles R. Bendit

Betty A. Rosa

Lester W. Young, Jr.

Christine D. Cea

Wade S. Norwood

            Also present were the Commissioner of Education, David M. Steiner, Senior Deputy Commissioner for P-12 Education, John King, Acting Counsel and Deputy Commissioner for Legal Affairs, Erin O’Grady-Parent, and the Secretary, Board of Regents, Anthony Lofrumento.  Regent Karen Brooks Hopkins was absent and excused.

            Chancellor Merryl H. Tisch called the meeting to order at 9:25 a.m.

ACTION ITEM

Executive Session Motion

MOVED, that the Board of Regents convene in executive session on Monday, July 19, 2010 at 12:15 p.m., for the purpose of discussing personnel matters.



Motion by:
                Vice Chancellor Milton L. Cofield

            Seconded by:         Regent Roger Tilles

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously

 

DISCUSSION ITEM

3 – 8 Assessment Update
Oral   

Commissioner David M. Steiner and Senior Deputy John King presented the update to the Board.           

            Full Board adjourned at 9:55 a.m.

 


MEETING OF THE FULL BOARD, Monday, July 19 at 12:30 p.m.


Board Members in Attendance:

Merryl H. Tisch, Chancellor

Milton L. Cofield, Vice Chancellor

Robert M. Bennett, Chancellor Emeritus

Saul B. Cohen

James C. Dawson

Anthony S. Bottar

Geraldine D. Chapey

Harry Phillips, 3rd

James R. Tallon, Jr.

Roger Tilles

Karen Brooks Hopkins

Charles R. Bendit

Betty A. Rosa

Lester W. Young, Jr.

Christine D. Cea

Wade S. Norwood 

            Also present were the Commissioner of Education, David M. Steiner, Senior Deputy Commissioner P-12, John King, Acting Counsel and Deputy Commissioner for Legal Affairs, Erin O’Grady-Parent, and the Secretary, Board of Regents, Anthony Lofrumento. 

            Chancellor Merryl H. Tisch called the meeting to order at 12:30 p.m.

 

ACTION ITEMS

Charter Applications for July 2010


BR (A) 1

            MOVED, that the Regents approve each application in accordance with the recommendations contained in the respective summaries.

Summary of the June 2010 Meeting


BR (A) 2

            MOVED, that the Summary of the June 2010 Meeting of the Board of Regents of The University of the State of New York be approved.

 

Interim Action by Standing Committees
BR (A) 3
                       

            MOVED, that the Standing Committees of the Board of Regents, be and they hereby are, authorized to take interim action for the Board of Regents during the period commencing on July 21, 2010 and ending on September 12, 2010 and that any such action shall be reported to the Board at its meeting on September 13-14, 2010.


 

Proposed Amendment of Section 3.2 of the Rules of the Board of Regents, relating to the Regents Committees
BR (A) 5
                       

            MOVED, that section 3.2 of the Rules of the Board of Regents be amended, as submitted, effective July 27, 2010, as an emergency action, upon a finding by the Board of Regents that such action is necessary for the preservation of the general welfare in order to immediately conform the Rules of the Board of Regents to recent reorganization of the committee structure of the Board of Regents, so that the committees involved may efficiently assume their respective duties beginning with the next succeeding Regents meetings, and thereby assist the Board of Regents to efficiently and effectively meet its statutory responsibilities.

Motion by:                Chancellor Emeritus Robert M. Bennett

            Seconded by:         Regent James C. Dawson

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously


 

State Education Department June 2010 Fiscal Report
BR (A) 6
                       

            MOVED, that the Board of Regents accept the June 2010 State Education Department Fiscal Report as presented.

Motion by:                Vice Chancellor Milton L. Cofield  

            Seconded by:         Regent Harry Phillips 3rd

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously

 

Appointment of Chief Operating Officer
BR (A) 7
                       

            MOVED, that the Board of Regents approve the appointment of Valerie Grey to the position of Chief Operating Officer effective August 23, 2010.

Motion by:                Chancellor Emeritus Robert M. Bennett
Seconded by:         Vice Chancellor Milton L. Cofield 

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously


 

Acting Superintendent for the New York State School for the Blind
BR (A) 8
                       

            MOVED, that the Regents approve the appointment of Deborah Cromwell-Stamp to serve as the Acting Superintendent of the New York State School for the Blind, beginning on July 29, 2010, until a permanent appointment has been made and the incumbent is in place.

Motion by:                Vice Chancellor Milton L. Cofield 

            Seconded by:         Chancellor Emeritus Robert M. Bennett

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously


 

Associate Commissioner of P-12 Special Education
BR (A) 9
                       

            MOVED,  that the Board of Regents approve the appointment of Rebecca Cort to the position of Associate Commissioner of P-12 Education effective September 1, 2010, or such earlier date as the Board of Regents approves the appointment of a Deputy Commissioner for Adult Education and Workforce Development.  In such case, the effective date of Dr. Cort’s appointment as Associate Commissioner shall correspond to the effective date of the appointment of the Deputy Commissioner for Adult Education and Workforce Development.

Motion by:                Vice Chancellor Milton L. Cofield 

            Seconded by:         Chancellor Emeritus Robert M. Bennett

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously


 


PROGRAM AREA CONSENT ITEMS


 


Cultural Education

Amendment of Regents Advisory Council on Library Bylaws


BR (CA) 1

MOVED, that the Board of Regents approve the amended Bylaws of the Regents Advisory Council on Libraries as outlined in Attachment A.

Motion by:                Vice Chancellor Milton L. Cofield 

            Seconded by:         Regent Harry Phillips 3rd

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously 

 

Emergency Amendment of Regents Rule 3.27, Relating to Museum Collection Management Policies


BR (CA) 2

MOVED, that paragraph (7) of subdivision (a), and paragraphs (6) and (7) of subdivision (c), of section 3.27 of the Rules of the Board of Regents be amended, as submitted, effective August 10, 2010, as an emergency action to expire and be deemed repealed effective October 8, 2010, upon a finding by the Board of Regents that such action is necessary for the preservation of the general welfare in order to protect the public’s interest in collections held by a museum or historical society by enumerating the specific criteria under which an institution may deaccession an item or material in its collection, remove the option allowing an institution to designate a structure as a collections item but keep intact any such designation made by vote of a board of trustees prior to December 19, 2008, and specify that no proceeds from deaccessioning may be used for capital expenses, except to preserve, protect or care for an historic building previously designated as part of the institution’s collection, as above.  Emergency action is also necessary to ensure that the emergency rule remains continuously in effect until it can be adopted and made effective as a permanent rule. 

Motion by:                Regent Harry Phillips 3rd   

            Seconded by:         Vice Chancellor Milton L. Cofield 

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously 


 




Higher Education

Degree Authorization: CUNY Graduate School and University Center, for Joint Baccalaureate Degree Programs with Seven CUNY Senior Colleges


BR (CA) 3

MOVED, that the Board of Regents authorize the CUNY Graduate School and University Center to award B.A., B.S., B.S. in Nursing, B.E., B.B.A., B.F.A., B.Arch., and Mus.B., degrees as part of registered joint degree programs with Baruch College; Brooklyn College; City College; Hunter College; Lehman College; Queens College; and College of Staten Island, effective July 20, 2010.

The Mandl School: Regents Authorization to Permit The Mandl School to Award the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S) Degree


BR (CA) 4

MOVED, that the Board of Regents authorize The Mandl School to award the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree.

 

Conferral of Degrees: Taylor Business Institute and New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture


BR (CA) 5

MOVED, that the Board of Regents confer upon the individuals listed, who have completed the requirements for their registered degree programs at Taylor Business Institute and the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture, the respective degrees as noted.

 

Master Plan Amendment: Nyack College, to Authorize the College’s First Program at the Doctoral Level


BR (CA) 6

MOVED, it is recommended that the Board of Regents approve the amendment to the master plan of Nyack College to authorize the College to offer its first program at the doctoral level, in support of registering a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) program in Christian Leadership in the Global Context. The amendment will be effective until July 31, 2011, unless the Department registers the program prior to that date, in which case master plan amendment shall be without term.

 

Emergency Adoption of Proposed Regulations Relating to the Establishment of Graduate Level Clinically Rich Principle Preparation Pilot Program


BR (CA) 7

MOVED, that a new paragraph (6) of subdivision (a) is added to section 52.1; a new paragraph (7) is added subdivision (c) of section 52.21 and that a new subclause (3) is added to clause (a) of subparagraph (ii) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 80-3.10 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, effective August 21, 2010 as an emergency action upon a finding by the Board of Regents that such action is necessary to protect the general welfare in order to timely implement the provisions of the proposed amendment so that the Department can begin the competitive bidding process so that institutions can begin offering these programs for the 2011-2012 school year.

 

Proposed Amendment to the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education Relating to Teacher Certification Flexibility to Avoid or Mitigate Reductions in Force


BR (CA) 8

MOVED, that subdivisions (k), (l) and (m) be added to Section 80-4.3 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, effective July 23, 2010, as an emergency action upon a finding by the Board of Regents that such action is necessary to ensure that the emergency rule remains continuously in effect until it can be adopted and made effective as a permanent rule; and

MOVED, that subdivisions (k), (l) and (m) be added to Section 80-4.3 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, as submitted, effective August 11, 2010.

 

Amendment of Section 100.2(o) of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education Relating to the Annual Professional Performance Review for Teachers in the Classroom Teaching Service


BR (CA) 9

MOVED, that subparagraph (o) of Section 100.2 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be amended, as submitted, effective July 29, 2010, as an emergency action upon a finding by the Board of Regents that such action is necessary to ensure that the emergency rule remains continuously in effect until it can be adopted and made effective as a permanent rule.

 

Motion by:                Regent Harry Phillips 3rd  

            Seconded by:         Regent Geraldine D. Chapey

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously 


 


Professional Practice

Report of the Committee on the Professions Regarding Licensing Petitions


BR (CA) 10

MOVED, that the Regents approve the recommendations of the Committee on the Professions regarding licensing petitions.

 

(Re)Appointments of Members to the State Boards for the Professions and (Re)Appointments of Extended Members to the State Boards for the Professions for Service on Licensure Disciplinary and/or Licensure Restoration and Moral Character Panels


BR (CA) 11

MOVED, that the Regents approve the proposed (re)appointments.

Motion by:                Vice Chancellor Milton L. Cofield 

            Seconded by:         Regent Harry Phillips 3rd

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously 


 


P-12 Education

Registration of Nonpublic High Schools Visited in 2009 - 10


BR (CA) 12

            MOVED, that the following schools, which participated in the 2009-2010 nonpublic high school registration program, be registered:

School                                                          County                      BEDS CODE

Brooklyn Free School                                   Kings                          331500995031

Miraj Islamic School                                      Richmond                   353100629737

Midreshet Shalhevet-Shalhevet                   Nassau                       280214225756

High School for Girls

 

Proposed addition of Section 100.5(d)(9) of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education relating to Credit for Independent Study


BR (CA) 13

            MOVED, that paragraph (9) of subdivision (d) of section 100.5 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be added, as submitted, effective August 11, 2010.

 

Registration of Public Schools


BR (CA) 14

            MOVED, that the schools listed be registered. 

 

Motion by:                Regent Roger Tilles

            Seconded by:         Regent James R. Tallon Jr.

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously 

 

BOARD RETREAT

             The Board convened at 1:10 p.m. on Monday, July 19, at the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences for a Retreat, concluding on Tuesday, July 20.

 

STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS

            MOVED, that the reports from the Regents Standing Committees be approved as submitted. 

            Motion by:                Regent Saul B. Cohen

            Seconded by:         Chancellor Emeritus Robert M. Bennett

            Action:                      Motion carried unanimously

 
REGENTS COMMITTEE ON HIGHER EDUCATION

            Your Higher Education Committee held its scheduled meeting on July 19, 2010.  All members were present.

ACTION ITEMS:

Establishment of Graduate Level Clinically Rich Teacher Preparation Pilot Programs.  VOTED: That paragraph (5) of subdivision (a) of section 52.1 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be added; that subparagraph (xvi) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (b) of section 52.21 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be amended; that paragraph (5) of subdivision (b) of section 52.21 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be added and that section 80-5.13 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be amended, effective July 29, 2010, as an emergency action upon a finding by the Board of Regents that such action is necessary to ensure that the proposed amendment remains continuously in effect until its adoption as a permanent rule.

VOTED:  That paragraph (5) of subdivision (a) of section 52.1 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be added; that subparagraph (xvi) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (b) of section 52.21 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be amended; that paragraph (5) of subdivision (b) of section 52.21 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be added and that section 80-5.13 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be amended, effective August 11, 2010.

The April emergency adoption will expire on July 29, 2010.  If adopted at the July 2010 meeting as an emergency measure, the proposed amendment will become effective on July 29, 2010 and will be adopted as a permanent rule, effective August 11, 2010.

MOTION FOR ACTION BY FULL BOARD

Madam Chancellor and Colleagues:  Your Higher Education Committee recommends, and we move, that the Board of Regents act affirmatively upon each recommendation in the written report of the Committee’s deliberations at its meeting on July 19, 2010, copies of which have been distributed to each Regents.

MATTERS NOT REQUIRING BOARD ACTION

The Committee discussed information regarding how program completers performed on the New York State Teacher Certification Examinations from 2004-2009.

 


P – 12 EDUCATION

Your P-12 Education Committee held its scheduled meeting on July 19, 2010.  All Committee members were present. 

ACTION ITEMS

National Center and State Collaborative Consortium on Alternate Assessments on Alternate Achievement Standards

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents accept the invitation for New York to be a Collaborating State in the Consortium on Alternate Assessments on Alternate Achievement Standards.  [P-12 (A) 5]

Waivers from Age and Four-year Limitations for Senior Athletic Competition

            Your Committee recommends that section 135.4(c)(7)(ii)(b)(1) of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education be amended, and that section 135.4(c)(7)(ii)(d) of the Commissioner’s Regulations be added, as submitted, effective July 27, 2010, as an emergency action upon a finding by the Board of Regents that such action is necessary for the preservation of the general welfare to timely implement for the 2010-2011 school year the process for granting waivers from the age and four-year limitations for senior athletic competition to eligible students with disabilities, and thereby permit their timely participation in non-contact athletic competition for a fifth season in high school.  [P-12 (A) 6]

Academic Intervention Services (AIS)

            Your Committee recommends subdivision (ee) of section 100.2 of the Regulations of the Commissioner be amended as submitted, effective July 27, 2010, as an emergency action upon a finding by the Board of Regents that such action is necessary for the preservation of the general welfare to immediately establish modified requirements for the provision of Academic Intervention Services for the 2010-2011 school year, for purposes of minimizing the potential fiscal impact on school districts of an anticipated change in cut scores for the grades 3-8 assessments in English language arts and mathematics, and thereby ensure the timely implementation of the modified AIS requirements by school districts in the 2010-2011 school year.  [P-12 (A) 17]

Charter School Actions

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the proposed revision to the initial charter of the Leadership Preparatory East New York Charter School as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.  [P-12 (A) 1]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the first renewal charter of the Excellence Charter School of Bedford Stuyvesant as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.   [P-12 (A) 2]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents: (1) approves the revision to the initial charter of the Crown Heights Collegiate Charter School as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly; (2) approves the revision to the initial charter of the East New York Collegiate Charter School as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly; (3)  approves the revision to the first renewal charter of the Excellence Charter School of Bedford Stuyvesant as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly; (4) approves the revision to the initial charter of the Girls Preparatory Charter School of East Harlem as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly; (5) approves the revision to the initial charter of the Leadership Preparatory Charter School 3 as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly; and (6) approves the revision to the initial charter of the Leadership Preparatory East New York Charter School as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.    [P-12 (A) 3]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the initial charter of the Achievement First Endeavor Charter School as proposed by the Chancellor of the city school district of the City of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.  [P-12 (A) 7]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the first renewal charter of the Achievement First Crown Heights Charter School, as proposed by the Chancellor of the city school district of the City of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.  [P-12 (A) 8]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the first renewal charter of the Brighter Choice Charter School for Boys, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.   [P-12 (A) 9]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the first renewal charter of the Brighter Choice Charter School for Girls, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.  [P-12 (A) 10]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the initial charter of Brownsville Ascend Charter School as proposed by the Chancellor of the city school district of the City of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.  [P-12 (A) 11]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the initial charter of the Girls Preparatory Charter School of East Harlem as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly; and that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the first renewal charter of the Girls Preparatory Charter School of New York as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.  [P-12 (A) 12]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the initial charter of the Girls Preparatory Charter School of East Harlem as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.  [P-12 (A) 13]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves and issues the second renewal charter of the Harlem Link Charter School as proposed by the Trustees of the State University of New York, and that its provisional charter be extended for a term up through and including July 31, 2013.  [P-12 (A) 14]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the initial charter of Riverton Street Charter School as proposed by the Chancellor of the city school district of the City of New York, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.  [P-12 (A) 15]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves the revision to the fourth renewal charter of the Harriet Tubman Charter School, and the provisional charter is amended accordingly.  [P-12 (A) 16]

Your Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approves and issues the second renewal charter of the Opportunity Charter School as proposed by the Chancellor of the city school district of the City of New York, and that its provisional charter be extended for a term up through and including June 30, 2012.  [P-12 (A) 18]

MOTION FOR ACTION BY FULL BOARD

           

            Madam Chancellor and Colleagues:  Your P-12 Education Committee recommends, and we move, that the Board of Regents act affirmatively upon each recommendation in the written report of the Committee's deliberations at its meeting on July 19, 2010, copies of which have been distributed to each Regent.

MATTERS NOT REQUIRING BOARD ACTION

Appointment of Public Members of Boards of Education of Special Act School Districts – The Committee discussed proposed amendments to regulations that would allow for more flexibility for the appointment of public members to serve on boards of education of special act school districts.   It is sometimes difficult to find persons willing to serve at the current prescribed times (four consecutive years from July 1-June 30).  These proposed regulations would provide flexibility based upon the public members’ availability to serve.  It is anticipated that the proposed amendment will be presented to the Board of Regents for adoption at the September 2010 Regents meeting.     [P-12 (D) 1]

Timeline to Complete the P-20 Data System – The Committee was provided with an update on the work underway to carry out a major expansion of the Department’s data system, along with faster reports for data verification and a broad array of edit checks to improve data quality.  A timeline was provided showing key actions currently being taken.  The Committee discussed the possibility of including other sectors of higher education in the future (independent and proprietary colleges), as well as strategies to include data from pre-school providers.  [P-12 (D) 2]

Academic Intervention Services and the Response to Intervention Process – the Committee discussed proposed amendments to regulations that would allow a school district to provide a Response to Intervention (RTI) program in lieu of providing Academic Intervention Services (AIS) to eligible students, provided that certain conditions are met.  The proposed amendment would provide flexibility and allow school districts to:  (1) continue with a current AIS model; (2) move to or expand on an RTI model, or (3) use a blended approach of AIS and RTI.   It is anticipated that the proposed amendment will be presented for adoption at the October 2010 Regents meeting.  The Committee has asked that more information on RTI be included in the presentation in October. [P-12 (D) 3]

 


REGENTS COMMITTEE ON PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

Your Professional Practice Committee held its scheduled meeting on July 19, 2010.  No public session was held this month.  All members were present. 

ACTION ITEMS

Professional Discipline Cases

            Your Committee recommends that the reports of the Regents Review Committees, including rulings, findings of fact, determinations as to guilt, and recommendations, by unanimous or majority vote, contained in those reports which have been distributed to you, be accepted in 4 cases.  In addition, your Committee recommends, upon the recommendation of the Committee on the Professions, that 22 consent order applications and 8 surrender applications be granted.  [PPC EXS (A) 1-3]

            These recommendations are made following the review of 34 cases involving four licensed practical nurses, four registered professional nurses, four pharmacists, three dentists, three licensed practical nurses who are also registered professional nurses, two massage therapists, two certified public accountants, one dentistry professional service corporation, one professional engineer, one ophthalmic dispenser, one certified public accountancy professional service corporation, one certified public accountancy professional service limited liability company, one respiratory therapist, one licensed clinical social worker, one veterinarian, and one veterinary technician.

Restoration Petitions

Voted, that the Board of Regents adopt the proposed written decision denying the application of Alexander Hollander for the restoration of his license to practice as a dentist in the State of New York and that said application be denied.  [PPC EXS (A) 4]

MOTION FOR ACTION BY FULL BOARD

            Madam Chancellor and Colleagues:  Your Professional Practice Committee recommends, and we move, that the Board of Regents act affirmatively upon each recommendation in the written report of the Committee's deliberations at its meeting on July 19, 2010, copies of which have been distributed to each Regent.

 


JOINT MEETING OF STANDARDS WORK GROUP AND P – 12  EDUCATION

Your P-12 Education Committee and Standards Work Group held a joint meeting on July 19, 2010.  All Committee and Work Group members were present. 

ACTION ITEMS

New York
Common Core State
Standards

            Your Committee and Work Group recommend that the Board of Regents adopt the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English language arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects and the CCSS for Mathematics as new learning standards for New York State, with the understanding that our state may add additional K-12 expectations (up to 15 percent, as necessary) and adopt aligned Pre-Kindergarten standards.

MOTION FOR ACTION BY FULL BOARD

           

            Madam Chancellor and Colleagues:  Your P-12 Education Committee and Standards Work Group recommends, and we move, that the Board of Regents act affirmatively upon each recommendation in the written report of the Committee's deliberations at its meeting on July 19, 2010, copies of which have been distributed to each Regent.

 


MEETING OF THE P-12 EDUCATION COMMITTEE, Monday, August 9 at 12:15 p.m.


Board Members in Attendance:

Anthony Bottar, Chair

Milton Cofield, Vice Chancellor

Robert Bennett, Chancellor Emeritus

James Dawson

James Tallon

Roger Tilles.

Your P-12 Education Committee held a meeting on August 9, 2010. The Committee approved, by unanimous vote, the following items:

  • Charter applications for St. Elizabeth Catholic Academy and St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Academy. [P12 (A) 1]

 

  • The appointment of Kimberley M. McLean to fill a vacancy on the Interim Board of Education of the Roosevelt Union Free School District to serve the remainder of an unexpired term ending June 30, 2011.  [P12 (A) 2]
  • The appointment of Mathis Calvin III as Superintendent of the New York State School for the Blind effective August 30, 2010.  [P12 (A) 3]

 

 

Appendix I


NEW YORK
STATE BOARD OF REGENTS CHARTER ACTIONS


 


CULTURAL EDUCATION


 

ABSOLUTE CHATER

MUSEUM
OF ARTS
AND DESIGN


New York
, New York
County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on February 21, 1991 to operate a museum.  Such provisional charter was amended on October 9, 2003.  The board of trustees has applied for an absolute charter. The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the provisional charter be made absolute.

 

AMENDMENT OF CHARTERS

DOVER
PLAINS LIBRARY


Dover
, Dutchess County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on December 1, 1904 to operate a library.  Such provisional charter was extended on several occasions with the most recent being May 25, 1967 and made absolute on September 19, 1974.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to designate the service area of the library to be the Town of Dover, to specify the number of trustees to be not less than five nor more than fifteen, to designate the Commissioner of Education as agent of the corporation upon whom process in any action or proceeding against it may be served, and to add the language necessary to maintain tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Code §501(c)(3).  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

ELMA PUBLIC LIBRARY


Elma, Erie County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on December 19, 1941 to operate a library.  Such provisional charter was extended on June 20, 1947 and made absolute on December 21, 1951.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to designate the service area of the library to be the Town of Elma, including the Elma Census Designated Place as of the 2000 U.S. Census and the portion of the Billington Heights Census Designed Place as of the 2000 U.S. Census that lie within the Town of Elma; to specify the number of trustees to be not less than five nor more than seven; to designate the Commissioner of Education as agent of the corporation upon whom process in any action or proceeding against it may be served; and to add the language necessary to maintain tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Code §501(c)(3).  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

GREENWOOD
LAKE PUBLIC LIBRARY


Greenwood
Lake, Orange County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on September 21, 1934 to operate a library.  Such provisional charter was extended on several occasions with the most recent being June 29, 1956 and made absolute on January 22, 1959.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to designate the service area of the library to be the Greenwood Lake Union Free School District, to specify the trustees be elected by the qualified voters of the Greenwood Lake Union Free School District, to designate the Commissioner of Education as agent of the corporation upon whom process in any action or proceeding against it may be served, and to add the language necessary to maintain tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Code §501(c)(3).  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

HAMBURG
PUBLIC LIBRARY


Hamburg
, Erie County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on January 24, 1964 to operate a library.  Such provisional charter was made absolute on June 26, 1970.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to designate the service area of the library to be the Town of Hamburg, to designate the Commissioner of Education as agent of the corporation upon whom process in any action or proceeding against it may be served, and to add the language necessary to maintain tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Code §501(c)(3).  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

HEPBURN LIBRARY


Colton
, St. Lawrence County

An absolute charter was granted to this corporation on August 29, 1912 to operate a library.  Such absolute charter was amended on several occasions with the most recent being May 17, 2005.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to designate the service area of the library to be the Town of Colton.  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

NATIONAL RAILWAY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ROCHESTER CHAPTER


Rochester
, Monroe County

An absolute charter in the first instance was granted to this corporation on January 24, 1977.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to change the corporate name to “Rochester and Genesee Valley Railroad Museum” and to restate its corporate purposes.  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

RENSSELAER
CITY LIBRARY


Rensselaer, Rensselaer County

An absolute charter was granted to this corporation on April 26, 1904 to operate a library.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to change the corporate name to “Rensselaer Public Library,” to designate the service area of the library to be the City of Rensselaer, to designate the Commissioner of Education as agent of the corporation upon whom process in any action or proceeding against it may be served, and to add the language necessary to maintain tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Code §501(c)(3).  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

ROCHESTER
PUBLIC LIBRARY


Rochester
, Monroe County

An absolute charter was granted to this corporation on June 16, 1989 to operate a library.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to designate the service area of the library to be the City of Rochester.  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

SARATOGA
SPRINGS PUBLIC LIBRARY


Saratoga
Springs, Saratoga County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on July 21, 1950 to operate a library.  Such provisional charter was made absolute on November 31, 1951.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to designate the service area of the library to be the City School District of the City of Saratoga, to specify the trustees be elected by the qualified voters of the City School District of the City of Saratoga, to designate the Commissioner of Education as agent of the corporation upon whom process in any action or proceeding against it may be served; and to add the language necessary to maintain tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Code §501(c)(3).  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

SHERRILL-KENWOOD FREE LIBRARY


Sherrill, Oneida County

An absolute charter was granted to this corporation on February 16, 1951 to operate a library.  Such absolute charter was amended on several occasions with the most recent being September 15, 2009.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to delete census tracts numbered 360530301033054 and 360530301033048 and place them with census tracts numbered 360530301032054 and 360530301032048 according to the 2000 U.S. Census.  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

THE WEAD LIBRARY, THE MALONE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PUBLIC LIBRARY


Malone, Franklin County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on December 18, 1970 to operate a library.  Such provisional charter was amended and made absolute on May 23, 1975 and amended on September 26, 1975.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to designate the service area of the library to be the Malone Central School District, to specify the trustees be elected by the qualified voters of the Malone Central School District, to change the corporate name to “The Wead Library,” to designate the Commissioner of Education as agent of the corporation upon whom process in any action or proceeding against it may be served; and to add the language necessary to maintain tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Code §501(c)(3).  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

TOWN OF MENDON PUBLIC LIBRARY


Honoeye Falls, Monroe County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on December 20, 1968 to operate a library.  Such provisional charter was made absolute on May 25, 1973 and last amended on December 15, 2000.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to designate the service area of the library to be the Town of Mendon.  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

WEEDSPORT FREE LIBRARY


Weedsport, Cayuga County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on March 4, 1915 to operate a library.  Such provisional charter was made absolute on February 21, 1941 and amended on November 18, 1988.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to designate the service area of the library to be the Town of Brutus, to specify the number of trustees to be not less than five nor more than twenty-five, and to designate the Commissioner of Education as agent of the corporation upon whom process in any action or proceeding against it may be served.  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

 

PROVISIONAL CHARTERS

AMERICAN
ITALIAN HERITAGE MUSEUM


Albany
, Albany County

The board of trustees has petitioned the Board of Regents to form a corporation to establish and maintain a museum.  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that a provisional charter be granted for a period of five years.

BACKBONE RIDGE HISTORY GROUP OF SCHUYLER AND SENECA COUNTIES


Hector, Schuyler County

The board of trustees has petitioned the Board of Regents to form a corporation to establish and maintain a museum.  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that a provisional charter be granted for a period of five years.

SOCIETY OF EPIROTES ANAGENESIS


Astoria
, New York
County

The board of trustees has petitioned the Board of Regents to form a corporation to establish and maintain a museum.  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that a provisional charter be granted for a period of five years.

 

APPLICATION FOR REGENTS CONSENT TO FILE AN APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO OPERATE AS AN AUTHORIZED FOREIGN EDUCATION CORPORATION UNDER EDUCATION LAW AND THE NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION LAW

 THE SUSQUEHANNA RIVER ARCHEOLOGICAL CENTER OF NATIVE INDIAN STUDIES


Waverly, Tioga County

The directors of The Susquehanna River Archeological Center of Native Indian Studies, a Pennsylvania not-for-profit corporation have petitioned for consent to file an application for authority to operate in New York State as an authorized foreign education corporation pursuant to Education Law §216-a(3).  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that the consent to the filing of such application for authority be granted.

 

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES

CASTLETON PUBLIC LIBRARY


Castleton, Rensselaer County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on April 1, 1909 to operate a library.  Such provisional charter was made absolute on May 2, 1912 and amended on February 10, 2009.  The trustees of the Village of Castleton have requested the Board of Regents to appoint the following individuals for to the vacant trustee positions of the corporation, all of which became vacant by operation of law because of the failure of the trustees to timely take and file their oaths of office: Geoffrey J. Flynn, Doreen M. Truesdell, Donald K. McKnight, Mary Lou Kulpa, Marge Kehrer, Faith Schottenfeld, John Yuzynko, Carol Dratch-Kovler and Carolyn Konig be appointed as trustees of the Castleton Public Library effective immediately, with terms to expire, respectively, on June 30, 2017, June 30, 2016, June 30, 2015, June 30, 2015, June 30, 2014, June 30, 2013, June 30, 2012, June 30, 2011, and June 30, 2011.  The Office of Cultural Education recommends that Board of Regents appoint the aforementioned individuals as trustees of the corporation.

 

ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, SECONDARY AND CONTINUING EDUCATION

 


AMENDMENT OF CHARTERS

SCHOOL FOR LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION DEVELOPMENT


Glen Cove
, Nassau County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on March 22, 1985 under the corporate name “School for Language and Communications Disorders” to operate a nursery school, kindergarten, and a grade one through twelve school for children with and without disabilities from 3 to 21 years of age.  Such provisional charter was amended and extended on June 19, 1987 to change the corporate name to “School for Language and Communication Development” and made absolute on September 18, 1992. Such absolute charter was amended on several occasions with the most recent being July 28, 2009. The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to add authority for the corporation to also operate at 87-25 136th Street, Richmond Hill, New York 11418.  The Office of Nonpublic School Services recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.

RAMBAM
MESIVTA-MAIMONIDES HIGH SCHOOL


Lawrence
, Nassau County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on April 29, 1992 to operate an institution of high school.  Such provisional charter was made absolute on April 29, 1997.  The board of trustees has petitioned the Board of Regents for an amendment of the absolute charter to add authority to operate a grade 9-12 high school for girls, and also requests the Board of Regents consent to the filing of a certificate of assumed name pursuant to General Business Law §130 to authorize the corporation to use the assumed name “Midreshet Shalhevet-Shalhevet High School for Girls.”  The Office of Nonpublic School Services recommends that the absolute charter be amended as requested, and that the consent of the Board of Regents to the filing of the certificate of assumed name be granted.

 


PROVISIONAL CHARTER

QUEEN OF THE ROSARY CATHOLIC ACADEMY


Brooklyn, Kings County

The board of trustees has petitioned the Board of Regents to form a corporation to operate a nursery school for preschool children from three to five years of age, a universal pre-k program, a kindergarten for five years olds, and a grade one through eight elementary school.  The Office of Nonpublic School Services recommends that a provisional charter be granted for a period of three years.

 


EXTENSION OF CHARTER

THE CANANDAIGUA MONTESSORI SCHOOL


Canandaigua
, Ontario
County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation on December 15, 1978 to operate a nursery school and kindergarten.  Such provisional charter was amended and extended on several occasions with the most recent being an amendment and extension on July 25, 2007.  The board of trustees has applied for an extension to the provisional charter. The Office of Nonpublic School Services recommends that the provisional charter be extended for a three-year period.

 


CONSOLIDATION OF CHARTER

BLUE
MAN CREATIVITY CENTER SCHOOL
AND BLUE MAN CREATIVITY, INC.


New York
, New York
County

The board of trustees of  the Blue Man Creativity Center School and Blue Man Creativity, Inc. have petitioned the Board of Regents, pursuant to Education Law §223, for an order of consolidation.  A provisional charter was issued to Blue Man Creativity Center School on December 16, 2008.  The Blue Man Creativity Center, Inc. was incorporated under Section 101 of the Delaware General Corporation Law on March 16, 2007 and qualified to do business in New York State on September 17, 2007.  The Blue Man Creativity Center School, the surviving corporation, will assume all the assets, liabilities and responsibilities of both organizations.  The consolidated corporation will operate under the provisional charter granted to Blue Man Creativity Center School.  The Office of Nonpublic School Services recommends that an order of consolidation of Blue Man Creativity Center School and Blue Man Creativity, Inc. be granted.

 


OFFICE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

           
AMENDMENT OF CHARTERS

NYACK
COLLEGE


South Nyack, Rockland County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation under the corporate name “The Missionary Training Institute” on March 10, 1944 to establish an institution of higher education for the moral and educational improvement of men and women for missionary, religious and literary purposes in accordance with the doctrinal usages of The Christian and Missionary Alliance.  Such provisional charter was amended on several occasions and made absolute on March 25, 1949. Such absolute charter was amended on May 22, 1953, January 28, 1955 and January 27, 1956 to change the corporate name to “Nyack Missionary College.”  Such absolute charter was amended on April 29, 1960, April 28, 1961, December 20, 1963 and June 23, 1972 to change the corporate name to “Nyack College.”  Such absolute charter was amended on several occasions with the most recent being July 18, 2002 . The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to add authority for the College to confer the degree of Doctor of Ministry degree (D.Min.). The Office of Higher Education recommends that the absolute charter be amended to authorize the institution to operate postsecondary degree programs registered by the State Education Department and to confer degrees approved and authorized by the Board of Regents in connection with such programs, including the Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) degree.

WEBB INSTITUTE


Glen Cove
, Nassau County

An absolute charter and consolidation with Webb’s Academy and Home for Shipbuilders was granted to this corporation on February 18, 1994 with the surviving corporation being the Webb Institute.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to increase the maximum number of trustees to forty. The Office of Professions recommends that the absolute charter be amended accordingly.



OFFICE OF PROFESSIONS

           
AMENDMENT OF CHARTER

PSYCHOANALYTIC TRAINING INSTITUTE OF THE NEW YORK FREUDIAN SOCIETY


New York
, New York
County

A provisional charter was granted to this corporation under the corporate name “The Training Institute of the New York Society of Freudian Psychologists” on November 15, 1973 to operate a training institute.  Such provisional charter was amended to change the corporate name to “Psychoanalytic Training Institute of the New York Freudian Society” and made absolute on May 26, 1978.  The board of trustees has applied for an amendment to the absolute charter to add authority for the College to provide a licensure-qualifying program in psychoanalysis. The Office of Professions recommends that the provisional charter be amended accordingly.

 

Appendix II

REGENTS ACTIONS IN 34 PROFESSIONAL DISCIPLINE CASES

AND 1 RESTORATION PETITION

July 19, 2010

The Board of Regents announced disciplinary actions resulting in the revocation of 2 licenses, surrender of 6 licenses, 1 articles (of organization) and 1 certificate (of incorporation), and 24 other disciplinary actions.  The penalty indicated for each case relates solely to the misconduct set forth in that particular case.  In addition, the Board acted upon 1 restoration petition.

I.  REVOCATIONS AND SURRENDERS

Engineering and Land Surveying

Lev Abramovich; Professional Engineer; Howard Beach, NY 11414; Lic. No. 065295; Cal. No. 24974; Found guilty of professional misconduct; Penalty: Revocation.

Massage Therapy

Daniel Fisher Abram; New York, NY 10024; Lic. No. 016811; Cal. No. 24995; Application to surrender license granted.

Ophthalmic Dispensing

Steven L. Garcia; Humble, TX 77346-4134; Lic. No. 004539; Cal. No. 24727; Application to surrender license granted.

Pharmacy

Jay Kirshner; Pharmacist; Roslyn Heights, NY 11577; Lic. No. 042409; Cal. No. 25121; Application to surrender license granted.

Joby K. George; Pharmacist; Cliffwood, NJ 07721; Lic. No. 049012; Cal. No. 25150; Application to surrender license granted.

Public Accountancy

Norman Barabash; Certified Public Accountant; Bellerose, NY 11426-2631; Lic. No. 031292; Cal. No. 25060; Found guilty of professional misconduct; Penalty: Revocation.

David G. Friehling CPA PLLC; 4 High Tor Road, New City, NY 10956; Cal. No. 25136; Application to surrender articles granted.

Friehling & Horowitz CPA, P.C.; 337 North Main Street, Suite 3, New City, NY 10956; Cal. No. 25137; Application to surrender certificate granted.

David Gary Friehling; Certified Public Accountant; New City, NY 10956-5703; Lic. No. 056432; Cal. No. 25138; Application to surrender license granted.

Social Work

Louis William Cherry; Licensed Clinical Social Worker; Nesconset, NY 11767-2409; Lic. No. 012532; Cal. No. 25130; Application to surrender license granted.

 

II. OTHER REGENTS DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS

Dentistry

 Enrique F. Fraser; Dentist; Brooklyn, NY 11203-3719; Lic. No. 033806; Cal. No. 25005; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 1 month actual suspension, 23 month stayed suspension, 24 months probation, $5,000 fine.

Seth M. Black; Dentist; New York, NY 10065; Lic. No. 033118; Cal. No. 25032; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 2 year stayed suspension, 2 years probation, $5,000 fine.

Park East Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery PC; 521 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065; Cal. No. 25033; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: $5,000 fine, 2 years probation.

Song Hun Hong; Dentist; San Antonio, TX 78216; Lic. No. 049426; Cal. No. 25045; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: Partial actual suspension in certain area until successfully complete course of retraining in said certain area, upon termination of partial actual suspension, 2 years probation to commence upon return to practice in New York State, $2,500 fine payable within 5 months.

Massage Therapy

William Luciano; New York, NY 10034; Lic. No. 018115; Cal. No. 24915; Found guilty of professional misconduct; Penalty: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed.

Nursing

Barbara Ann O'Brien; Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Seaford, NY 11783; Lic. Nos. 263561, 518059; Cal. Nos. 24639, 24640; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 2 year stayed suspension, 2 years probation, $500 fine.

Nancy Holt; Licensed Practical Nurse; Avon, NY 14414; Lic. No. 141046; Cal. No. 24978; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 2 year stayed suspension, 2 years probation, $250 fine.

Demetria Latreic Johnson; Licensed Practical Nurse; Hempstead, NY 11550; Lic. No. 240024; Cal. No. 24989; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 3 month actual suspension, 21 month stayed suspension, 2 years probation.

Laura J. Hinkley a/k/a Laura Hinkley; Licensed Practical Nurse; Yorktown Heights, NY 10598; Lic. No. 258099; Cal. No. 25006; Found guilty of professional misconduct; Penalty: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years.

Bridget E. Grant; Registered Professional Nurse; Rochester, NY 14609; Lic. No. 494312; Cal. No. 25022; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 1 month actual suspension, 23 month stayed suspension, 2 years probation, $750 fine, Order to supersede Deputy Commissioner Order No. 22733.

Rachel M. Stearns; Registered Professional Nurse; Fairport, NY 14450; Lic. No. 564940; Cal. No. 25040; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: Indefinite actual suspension until fit to practice, upon termination of suspension, 2 years probation to commence upon return to practice, $500 fine payable within 6 months.

Michele Jeanne McKee; Registered Professional Nurse; Hampton Bays, NY 11946; Lic. No. 515874; Cal. No. 25052; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 2 year stayed suspension, 2 years probation, $2,500 fine.

Gail Cynthia Mayo; Registered Professional Nurse; North Merrick, NY 11566; Lic. No. 453339; Cal. No. 25067; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 1 year stayed suspension, 1 year probation, $500 fine.

Carole Marie Augustin; Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Hempstead, NY 11550; Lic. Nos. 195843, 428576; Cal. Nos. 25068, 25069; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: Partial actual suspension in certain area until successfully  complete course of retraining in said certain area, upon termination of partial actual suspension, 2 years probation.

Marsha Rothstein-Laino; Licensed Practical Nurse; Registered Professional Nurse; Bellmore, NY 11710; Lic. Nos. 119305, 365234; Cal. Nos. 25097, 25098; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 1 year stayed suspension, 1 year probation, $500 fine.

Desiree Ann Drakes-Parks; Licensed Practical Nurse; Jamaica, NY 11433-1711; Lic. No. 291567; Cal. No. 25125; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 1 month actual suspension, 23 month stayed suspension, 2 years probation.

Pharmacy

Robert Scherl; Pharmacist; Bayside, NY 11364; Lic. No. 037078; Cal. No. 25004; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 4 month actual suspension, 20 month stayed suspension, 2 years probation, $1,000 fine.

Bo Yong Kim; Pharmacist; Bayside, NY 11361; Lic. No. 049059; Cal. No. 25038; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 1 year stayed suspension, 1 year probation, $500 fine.

 

Respiratory Therapy

Joseph Barizano; Respiratory Therapist; Wappingers Falls, NY 12590-6579; Lic. No. 001916; Cal. No. 24615; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 1 month actual suspension, 23 month stayed suspension, upon service of actual suspension, 2 years probation, $5,000 fine.

Veterinary Medicine

Attlee Gabriel Douglas; Veterinarian; Bronx, NY 10467; Lic. No. 006047; Cal. No. 24875; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 1 year stayed suspension, 1 year probation, $1,000 fine.

John William Perkins, Jr., Veterinary Technician; Highland, NY 12528; Lic. No. 003165; Cal. No. 24975; Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: 3 month actual suspension, 21 month stayed suspension, 2 years probation.

 

III. RESTORATION

The Board of Regents voted on July 19, 2010 to deny the petition for restoration of the dentist license of Alexander Hollander, Brooklyn, NY 11219. Dr. Hollander’s license was originally surrendered June 13, 2000.