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- 7 - February 28, 1990 and entertained a motion for approval. Mr. Farmer so moved. The motion, seconded by Mr. Stricker, passed. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.) N. Capital Construction Report (FCR 2) With the Finance Committee so recommending, Mr. Ockerman entertained a motion to approve the Capital Construction Report for the six months ending December 31, 1989. Professor Rhoads so moved. Mr. Rose seconded the motion and it carried. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.) 0. Report of L.2FeaeCFR )3 Mr. Ockerman reviewed the lease agreements listed in FCR 3 and recommended its approval. On motion made by Mrs. Hayes, seconded by Mr. Sturgill and passed, the lease agreements were approved. (See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.) P. Confirmation of 1990-91 Tuition Schedule (FCR 4) On motion made by Mr. Lohman, seconded by Mr. Stricker and carried, the Board confirmed changes in the tuition schedule as adopted by the Council on Higher Education, and established corresponding part-time and summer school charges under the guidelines of the Council on Higher Education. (See FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.) Q. Adoption of 1990-91 Mandatory Registration Fee Scheduil LFQR 5) With the Finance Committee so recommending, Professor Coleman moved that the Board approve the Mandatory Registration fee Schedule for 1990-91. The motion, seconded by Dr. Meriwether, passed. (See FCR 5 at the end of the Minutes.) Mr. Lohman expressed appreciation to Dr. Wethington from the Student Government Association for his effort in approaching the students about the fee and getting their support. R. Authorization to Explore Coal Reserves (FCR 6) Mr. Ockerman stated that the Finance Committee recommended approval of FCR 6. He reminded the Board of its action at the March 6 meeting authorizing the University to file a petition declaring approximately 4,000 acres of Robinson Forest unsuitable for mining. Subsequent to that action, there have been conversations between representatives of Arch properties, the Sierra Club and other environmental agencies and the University to explore the possibility of an exchange of properties in portions of Robinson Forest that are not within the main tract. In order to determine whether or not this is feasible and to determine the quality and quantity of coal which might be located in some of these satellite tracts of the Robinson