Notes of the KPFK LSB Meeting
of September 28, 2004
A regular meeting of the KPFK Local Station Board was held on Tuesday,
September 28, 2004 at the Southern California Library for Social Studies and
Research, 6120 South Vermont St., Los Angeles 90044-3718. The meeting was
scheduled pursuant to a vote at the LSB meeting of September 19, 2004. No
minutes were approved.
The meeting was called to order at 7:45 pm
There was discussion and approval of an agenda.
There were updates from Station Representative Directors and discussion of
issues likely to be raised at the upcoming in-person PNB meeting.
8:33 pm Motion by Sherna Gluck
Resolved, that the PNB delay the decision regarding a National Program Director
until the National Programming Committee has developed policy on national
Motion passed. Y:18, N:0, A:0
There was a ten minute segment of public comment beginning at 9:13 pm
There was probably mention that the WBAI LSB has failed to approve a budget for
that station and that unapproved budgets have been reviewed by the National
Motion probably by Leslie Radford
Resolved, that our directors approve either of the management budgets and
instruct the National Office to assist WBAI with securing a less expensive
facility and increasing fundraising.
Motion passed. Y:9, N:5, A:4
There was a discussion of Town Hall meetings. An Ad Hoc Town Hall Meeting
Committee will meet on Tuesday, October 5, 2004 at 7:00 pm at the Peace Center.
Pursuant to a motion adopted on September 19 to select two women from the LSB
to serve on the interim Program Council, nominations were opened for LSB
Representatives to the iPC.
Grace Aaron, Maria Armoudian, Marie Deary, Nile ElWardani, and Leslie Radford
were nominated. An STV election was conducted.
There was an 8 minute segment of public comment beginning at 9:49 pm.
9:57 pm Motion by Harrison Weil
Resolved, that fee waiver applicants be referred to the Outreach Committee for
consideration on a case-by-case basis.
Motion passed. Y:11, N:0, A:1
The results of the election tally were probably announced at 10:02 pm
Grace Aaron was ELECTED in the first round with 8 votes, a 1 vote surplus over
the threshold value of 7. Marie Deary and Leslie Radford each had 4 votes in
the first round, while Nile ElWardani had 3. In the second round, 1/8 vote of
the Aaron surplus was distributed to Marie Deary and 7/8 vote was distributed
to Nile ElWardani. In the third round, Maria Armoudian had the fewest votes
with 0, so was eliminated with no transfers. In the fourth round Nile
ElWardani had the fewest votes at 3-7/8, so was eliminated. In the fifth
round, 3 of Nile's votes transferred to Marie Deary, putting her over threshold
with 7-1/8 votes, so Marie Deary was also ELECTED. Leslie Radford was then
eliminated because both available seats had been filled.
The meeting was adjourned.
This report was prepared by Terry Goodman on 10/8/2016, based on his original
meeting notes with no access to an audio recording of the meeting. It is
possible that superior minutes were prepared, submitted, approved, and then