Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
all of the space at 302 E. John Street (1,830 sq. ft.). The current lease/rental costs to the DIA for these facilities exceeds $56,000 per year. Uniting the director's staff and the division's chief operating units will promote their operational effectiveness and efficiency. Vacating the space in the Assembly Hall will also free space which is desired by the Assembly Hall administration for the program needs of that facility. The proposed lease is for 8,229 sq. ft. of space at a rental of $64,000 per year.1 The landlord will fund all operating expenses for utilities and will provide complete janitorial and trash removal services for the leased premises. The agreement will begin July 1, 1993, and end June 30, 1994. The University will have annual lease renewal options for three additional single-year periods upon the same terms and conditions except that the rent will be adjusted annually based on changes in the Consumer Price Index for the previous annual period. The agreement will also be subject to termination in any of the option years with 120 days notice. Accordingly, the president of the University, with the concurrence of the appropriate administrative officers, recommends, subject to the availability of funds, approval of this lease as described above. Funds are available in the budget of the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics at the Urbana-Champaign campus.
On motion of Dr. Gindorf, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Boyle, Mrs. Calder, Dr. Gindorf, Mr. Grabowski, Mrs. Gravenhorst, Mr. Lamont, Ms. Lopez, Ms. Reese; no, none; absent, Dr. Bacon, Governor Edgar. (The student advisory vote was: Aye, none; no, none; absent, Mr. Begovich, Mr. Lawless.)
Authorization for Settlement, University of Illinois Hospital and Clinics, Chicago
(38) The chancellor at Chicago recommends payment to Illinois Masonic Medical Center in settlement of charges related to the care of Zikang Pan. Mr. Pan is a University of Illinois at Chicago student and member of the UI HMO. On January 2, 1993, Mr. Pan was involved in a major automobile accident requiring emergency medical treatment at the designated trauma center, Illinois Masonic. Due to the severity of his injuries, it was not possible to transfer Mr. Pan to the University of Illinois Hospital and Clinics (UIH&C). Pursuant to an operational understanding with the UI HMO, the hospital has assumed this responsibility. Total charges related to the care of Mr. Pan at Illinois Masonic are $509,578. A structured settlement has been negotiated which provides that UIH&C make a cash payment not to exceed $254,789 and provide a credit for future services for the remaining $254,789 to be used by Illinois Masonic HMO members. In the end, it is anticipated that UIH&C will have incurred costs of approximately 65 percent of the total charges in both cash and credit. This has been determined to be a mutually acceptable settlement and is considered equitable to both institutions. Funds are available in the Hospital Income Fund. The vice president for business and finance recommends approval. I concur.
On motion of Dr. Gindorf, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Boyle, Mrs. Calder, Dr. Gindorf, Mr. Grabowski, Mrs. Gravenhorst, Mr. Lamont, Ms. Lopez, Ms. Reese; no, none; absent, Dr. Bacon, Governor Edgar.
1 T h e rent to be paid will be reduced by $7,000 during each year of the lease or prorated for any portion thereof. This amount will be recognized by DIA as a gift-in-kind from the landlord. As a result, there will be no significant increase in the recurring occupancy costs to