Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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B O A R D OF T R U S T E E S
3. To engage the firm of Morgan Stanley & Co., Incorporated as senior managing underwriter for the anticipated Series 1993 Revenue Bond Issue, and to engage the firms of William Blair & Company, The Chicago Corporation, Clayton Brown 8c Associates, Inc., Rodman & Renshaw, Inc., Melvin Securities Corporation, and Smith Mitchell Investment Group, Inc., to assist in marketing the issue. 4. To employ the First National Bank of Chicago, as escrow agent, with respect to the bonds to be advance refunded; and as bond registrar; 5. To prepare a preliminary Official Statement, a supplementary Bond Resolution and any other documents required prior to the issuance of bonds; and 6. To seek and secure bond ratings from the rating agencies and to obtain bond insurance if beneficial economically. It is anticipated that the issue will approximate $47.0 million, distributed as follows: Advance Refunding New Projects1 UIC Student Services Bldg UIUC Illini Union-Life Safety Illini Union-Cafeteria Campus Recreation Fields Surface Parking Debt Service Reserve Capitalized Interest Original Issue Discount Costs of Issuance, incl. Underwriters Discount $ 15.0
19.0 2.3 1.0 2.6 .!_ 25.6 3.0 2.0 1.0 .8 *47A
Additional actions will be required at a future date to finalize the authorization to proceed with the sale of bonds. I concur.
On motion of Dr. Bacon, these recommendations were approved by the following vote: Aye, Dr. Bacon, Mr. Boyle, Dr. Gindorf, Mr. Grabowski, Mrs. Gravenhorst, Mr. Lamont, Ms. Lopez, Ms. Reese; no, none; absent, Mrs. Calder, Governor Edgar. (The student advisory vote was: Aye, Mr. Begovich, Mr. Lawless; no, none.)
Contract for Biofeedback Treatment, University of Illinois Hospital and Clinics, Chicago
(16) The chancellor at Chicago recommends renewal of a contract with Neurophysiological Learning, Inc. (NLI), a Milwaukee corporation that provides biofeedback treatment in managing patients suffering from bladder and bowel incontinence. This program, in effect since 1990, provides physicians with a nonsurgical treatment option for their incontinent patients and serves existing University of Illinois Hospital and Clinics patients as well as attracting new patients. NLI has been a pioneer in developing technology and is one of only a few
A list of project descriptions is filed with the secretary of the board for record.