Present: Lynda Boomer, Gerry Dobbs, Bob Ellerhorst, Ron Flinn, Gus Gosselin, Jenni McManus, Bob Nestle, Roy Simon and Barb Wilber
Absent: Brad Bull and Deb Dohm and Andy Smith
This meeting was held at the end of the first of four Crucial Confrontations sessions for this group. There was no set agenda and no formal roundtable.
Installation of glazing at the Eli and Edythe Broad Museum has encountered sizing and tolerance issues. Discussions continue in order to identify a solution.
A recommendation has been forwarded to present an energy-related open house featuring energy-related teams at the Physical Plant. There is general agreement this could be a beneficial educational event.
Andy Smith will represent the Physical Plant at the upcoming MSU Police Tabletop Exercise.
Flinn thanked everyone for their feedback on the Division's mission and overview of services statements. The messages will be finalized once Flinn reconvenes with the Communications office.
The Performance Development Process is going back to paper as of today. Flinn confirmed everyone is aware of the change.
A water main leak near the MSU Poultry Barn was reviewed.
Confusion on the details of the new cell phone vehicle laws was discussed. Plans are to bring a group together to help in clarifying and disseminating the specifics of the regulation.
Work on the unit information section of the Annual Plan will begin in February.
Michigan's Department of Environmental Quality is on-site this week at the T.B. Simon Power Plant.