OC board to meet

The Odessa College Board of Trustees will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday to consider a tax abatement request from Origis Energy for solar projects in Ector County.
Origis came before the Ector County ISD board of trustees in February to have two applications for appraised value limitations approved. The properties are south of interstate 20 and east of Farm to Market Road 1601.
Some of the other items on the agenda are:
>> An executive session on recommendations for administrative appointments. They include President Gregory Williams; Vice President for Instruction Aimee Callahan; Kim McKay, vice president for student services and enrollment management; Chief of Staff Robert Rivas; vice President for Information Technology Shawn Shreves; Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness Don Wood; Vice President for Administrative services Ken Zartner.
>> Reappointment of the college attorney.
>> Report on a bid for a 25-passenger bus.
>> An executive session on a board self-evaluation.
>> The president’s report from Williams will include the introduction of Jonathan Fuentes, executive dean of academic partnerships; OC graduation May 10 and 11 at the Ector County Coliseum; Drive to Success Mustang Giveaway April 25; Student Awards of Excellence April 29; Employee Service Awards May 3; a student letter; Odessa College Leadership Institute High Impact Strategies Workshop; and the Aspen Institute Rising Star Award.