This excerpt taken from the EYE DEF 14A filed Apr 20, 2006.
19. The Board recognizes that questions as to a directors independence may be raised when director fees and emoluments exceed what is customary or are outside the scope of fees directly attributable to a directors service on the Board. The OCCG will critically evaluate these matters when periodically determining the form and amount of director compensation. Such determination also may be based upon information provided by Company management and outside consultants. Changes in Board compensation, if any, will be made with the full discussion and approval by the Board.
20. Each director is encouraged to maintain ownership of the Companys common stock. In furtherance of this objective, the Board in September 2004 increased the stock ownership guidelines applicable to non-employee directors that were first adopted in January 2003. Such guidelines now encourage each outside director to own a minimum of shares of the Companys common stock equal to five times the directors annual cash retainer, within five years of the individual first becoming a director.
These Corporate Governance Guidelines, the Companys Code of Ethics and the Charters for each of the committees of the Board of Directors are to be included on the Companys website and publicly disclosed in such other manner as management deems appropriate.