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". Student Association A Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa % Senate 37' Legislative Session 19th Meeting 5 March 2002 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6: 14 P.M. Approval of Minutes: Long Second: Pufky Approval of Agenda: Seeley Second: Salvadore Senators Present: Lawson, Beck, Bonanno, Hurwit, Bishop, Ruppert, Kitz, Long, Longley, Smith, Salvadore, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Clark, Kohn, and O'Brien. GUESTS OF SENATE Men's Rugby President Talked about their bill and why they need additional money for insurance purposes. They need to have at least 15 players insured. EXECUTIVE REPORT Timothy R. Barnhart President: Had meeting with President Stanley. Feels the meeting went well and a lot was accomplished. Talked with the president about ways to bring the administration and the students closer together. Discussed ways to increase school spirit and increase involvement. The leadership conference is this weekend and will be covered by the Syracuse newspapers. Accredited the budget council for doing a great job with the budget. Budget council found an extra 60,000 so the bill for the increase in the student activity bill will be vetoed. Budget council will make a recommendation concerning what the left over money can be used for. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: Welcomed back senator Salvadore. Senator of the month was awarded to Valerie Ruppert. If you attend the student assembly conference, you are entitled to a free ticket to see No Doubt in concert. The CCRT dinner with the Oswego Common council is Monday march 1 1. Dan Lorber Director of Finance:

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Explained that SLE.37.36 was submitted to clarify things. NYPIRG Brought 500 students to Albany for lobby day. Oswego had the biggest turnout of people. Went into Fran Sullivan's ofice with 30 students. Proud of everyone who attended. Really wants students to have the right to decide if they want NYPIRG on this campus. COMMITTEE REPORTS Finance: SLE.37.58 Recommend passage with caution. Wants to make sure that SA would be paying for insurance. Policy: SLE.37.57 Recommend passage with caution. SLE.37.5 8 Recommend passage. SLE.37.60 Recommend passage. Procedure: SLE.37.59 Recommend passage. Will have veto procedure next week. Elections: SLE.37.60 Recommend failure. Health, Safety and Environment: No Report. Recruitment: No Report. CCRT: the Common council dinner is on Monday at 6:30. Election winner for Auxiliary Service Board Representative: Senator Cannon SENATOR ISSUES FORUM: Bishop: gave speech on senators working together for the good of the students and condemning those who bring their own biases and politics into play during senate. SPECIAL ORDERS SLE. 3 7.67 Funds for WNYO Concert Pufky: Second Pufky: Motion to amend in the following ways, "on line 22 after unused add, "Acquire funds". Bonanno: second Vote on amendment: 20-0-0 Pass

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Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways, "line after 12' at 9:00 pm, after 19' at 9:00 pm." Long: Second Vote on amendment: 20-0-0 Pass Pufky: Motion to amend in the following ways, "on line 14 strike 5800 and replace with $4300 after #594 on line 15 add "that 1500 be taken out of 949 and be put into an account to be created by the DOF. Strike "to WNYO account" #594" Lawson: Second Vote on Amendment: 18-1 -0 Pass Vote on bill: 20-0-0 Pass SLE. 3 7.68 Seeley: Second Vote on Bill: 19-0-0 Pass GENERAL ORDER A. Pending Legislation SLE. 3 7.5 7Amendment #14 Financial Policy Lump Sum payments Ruppert: Motion to amend in the following ways, "Add lines 22 or pro rated for the period of time served. Pufky: Second Vote on amendment: 19-0-0 Pass Vote on Bill: 19-0-0 Pass SLE.3 7.58 Fun& for Men's Rugby Vote on bill: 17-2-0 Pass SLE. 3 7.59 Funds for Recruitment Committee Name Change Vote on Bill: 19-0-0 Pass SLE. 3 7.60 Maya Angelou Referendum Pufky: Motion to table indefinitely Long: Second Tabled indefinitely VETOED 3 7.49 NYPIRG REFERENDUM Vote on Veto: 13-3-6 Vetoed Overturned

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VETOED 3 7.52 Maya Angelou Referendum Vote on Veto: 019-0 Overturn Fails NEW BUSINESS A. New Legislation SLE. 3 7.61 Competitive CIub Sport Team Coaches Policy Ruppert: Second Referred to: Health and Safety, and Policy SLE. 3 7.62 Legislation Review Bishop: Second Referred to Policy and Procedure. SLE.3 7.63 Executive Transition Protocol Lawson: Second Referred to Policy and Procedure. SLE.37.64 Funds for New Director of Finance Training Lawson: Second Referred to Finance SLE. 3 7.65 Purchase of C. D. for Crew CIub Randolph: Second Referred to Finance and Policy SLE.3 7.66 Women's Center Pufky: Second Referred to Policy and Finance B. New Resolutions REX 3 7.18 Assembly Redistricting Randolph: Second Vote on Resolution: 17-0-1 Pass REX 3 7.19 Governor Pataki 's TAP Proposal Longley: Second Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways, "Strike lines 23-27" Seeley: Second Vote on Amendment: 1 1-6-2 Pass Vote on Resolution: 17-01 Pass

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PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Long: Resigned as elections chair because senate passed NYPIRG referendum even though election committee advised against it. O'Brien: Feels senators get too emotional during senate, they should be more aware of their emotions. Valerie Ruppert elected as new elections chair ROLL CALL Senators Present: Lawson, Beck, Bonanno, Bishop, Ruppert, Kitz, Long, Longley, Smith, Salvadore, Seeley, Cannon, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Clark, Kohn, and 0' Brien. ADJOURNMENT Meeting ended at 9:00 PM Respectfully Submitted by: Kimberly S tegmayer Senate Clerk O

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Student Association % Oswego State University of New York I 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 20" Meeting 12 March 2002 Agenda I. Call to Order 11. Roll Call 111. Approval of Mmutes IV. Approval of Agenda I V. State of the Student Association Address -Timothy R. Barnhart VI. Guests of the SenateByron Smith Assistant Vice President Administration Dr. Douglas Deal mddle States Steering Committee Chair lrC VII. Public Comment and Announcements VIII. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President State of the Student Association Address Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements IX. NYPIRG Report X. Committee Reports XI. Senator Issues Forum XII. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.61 Coaches 2. SLE.37.62 Legislation Review 3. SLE.37.63 Transition Protocol 4. SLEL37.64 Funds for Training New Director of Finance 5. SLE.37.65 CD for Crew Club "24 6. SLE.37.66 Funds for Mirni Gonzalez

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4 XIII. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.69 Funds for May Day 2. SLE.37.70 Funds for Backyard Jam 3. SLE.37.71 Funds for Blackfriars 4 4. SLE.37.72 Funds for PRSSA 5. SLE.37.73 Allocation Criteria 6. SLE.37.74 Contracts Amendment 7. SLE.37.75 Involvement Fair Amendment 8. SLE.37.76 Involvement Fair Incentives Account 9. SLE.37.77 Leadership Conference Amendment 10. SLE.37.78 Special Procedures Account 1 1. SLE.37.79 Funds for Women's Rugby 12. SLE.37.80 Committee Procedure I 13. SLE.37.8 1 Committee Procedure I1 XIV. Unfinished Business XV. Roll Call XVI. Adjournment

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* Student Association n Oswego5tate University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2 1" Meeting 19 March 2002 Agenda I. 11. 111. IV. v. VI. P VII. Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Public Comment and Announcements Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President State of the Senate Address Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. Senator Issues Forum X. Special Orders 1. SLE.37.82 Funds for Keynote Speaker 2. SLE.37.83 Amendment to SLE.37.67 XI. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.62 Legislation Review 2. SLE.37.63 Transition Protocol 3. SLE.37.69 Funds for May Day 4. SLE.37.70 Funds for Backyard Jam 5. SLE.37.7 1 Funds for Blackfriars 6. SLE.37.72 Funds for PRSSA 7. SLE.37.73 Allocation Criteria 8. SLE.37.74 Contracts Amendment 9. SLE.37.75 Involvement Fair Amendment 10. SLE.37.76 Involvement Fair Incentives Account 1 1. SLE.37.77 Leadership Conference Amendment

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12. SLE.37.78 Special Procedures Account 13. SLE.37.79 Funds for Women's Rugby 14. SLE.37.80 Committee Procedure I 15. SLE.37.81 Committee Procedure 11 XII. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.84 Funds for Capoeira 2. SLE.37.85 Funds for Storytellers Guild B. New Resolutions 1. RES.37.20 Thanks to Kim Stegmayer 2. RES.37.21 Thanks to Diane Eschbacher 3. RES.37.22 Thanks to Timothy Barnhart 4. RES.37.23 Thanks to Christopher Hockey XITI. Unfinished Business XIV. Roll Call XV. Adjournment

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 20th Meeting 12 March 2002 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6: 1 1 P.M. Approval of Minutes: O'Brien Second: Ruppert Approval of Agenda: Pufky Second: Longley Senators Present: Lawson, Beck, Bonanno, Hurwit, Bishop, Ruppert, Longley, Smith, Salvadore, Connely, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Clark, and O'Brien. State of the Student Association Address President Timothy Bamhart Discussed objectives of the Barnhart / Hockey administration. Talked about how most student seats on committees around campus are filled. Showed how important faculty presence in senate is. Discussed resolutions passed. Talked about his executive branch as his "dream team". Explained changes in the finance department. Talked about the creation of the student activities task force. Complemented his directors for their dedication. Discussed the creation of Human Resources Director. Explained what the human resources director has accomplished. Applauded the accomplishments of Vice President Hockey and Senator Lawson. Urged the future senators and executive board to work together for the benefit of the students. Hopes that everyone stays involved. GUESTS OF SENATE Byron Smith Assistant Vice President Administration Talked about changes in the student accounts office. Discussed student satisfaction surveys. Explained new ways that accounts were changed. Douglas Deal Middle States Steering Committee Chair Talked about finalized middle states survey and report. Presented SA with copy of their own as a symbolic gesture of working together. Women's Rugby Discussed reasons they need money for insurance purposes in order to play EXECUTIVE REPORT Timothy R. Barnhart President:

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Will have resolution for senate regarding the picking of the senator of the year to be the responsibility of the vice president. Read letter in appreciation about leadership conference. Hopes the leadership conference becomes annual event. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: College community exchange day went well. Felt it was very enlightening. There will be no senator of the month for March. Will have a farewell address next week. Next weeks meeting will start at 5:30. Need student volunteers to look at a revision of the student handbook. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: Explained that SLE.37.64 insures new Finance director gets compensation. NYPIRG NYPIRG's spring conference went well. 350 students attended and participated in different workshops. Will start collecting food for the homeless soon. In process of trying to get Charles Kernigan who is the spokesperson for international labor movement to come to speak to campus. COMMITTEE REPORTS Finance: SLE.37.63 Recommend passage. SLE.37.64 Recommend passage with amendments. SLE.37.65 Recommend passage. SLE.37.66 Recommend passage Policy: Did not hold meeting. Procedure: SLE.37.62 Does not recommend passage. SLE.37.63 Recommend passage. Elections: Start to take down posters, no posters 100 feet from voting booths. Health, Safety and Environment: met with Chief Ryan, discussed parking situation of campus, and talked about ways to make it better. Recruitment: Getting ideas together that will be brought to senate soon. CCRT: thanked all those who came to the college community exchange dinner. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM: Clark: Had a good time at the JSU dinner.

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SPECIAL ORDERS SLE.37.79 FUNDS FOR WOMENS RUGBY Longley : Second Vote on Bill: 14-2-1 Pass GENERAL ORDER A. Pending Legislation SLE.37.61 Coaches Vote on Bill: 17-0-0 Pass SLE.37.62 Legislation Review Clark: Motion to amend in the following ways, "Strike lines 19-23 entire be it further enacted, 26 so that any necessary changes can be made" Lawson: Second Vote on amendment: 10-2-5 Pass Lawson: Motion to Re-Refer 23 Vote Taken: 16-0-1 Pass SLE.37.63 Transition Protocol Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways, "amend 37.63 change to attached amendment, second bill, 37.63.1" Vote on amendment: 16-0-0 Pass Vote on Bill: 16-0-0 SLE.37.64 Funds for Training New Director of Finance Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, "add lines 12 this salary shall be for the time periods between confirmation by the senate until June 30', 2002. Pufky: second Vote on amendment: 13-21 Pass Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways, "Change amount from line 10,500 to 300" Vote on amendment: 13-21 Pass Vote on bill: 13-2-1 Pass SLE.37.65 Fundsfor Crew Club Vote on Bill: 17-0-0 Pass SLE.37.66 Funds for Mimi Gonzalez

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Cannon: Motion to amend in the following ways, "add lines 7, add omega phi beta sorority Inc, line 6, at 7pm to wrap up herstory month" Pufky: Second Vote on amendment: 16-0-0 Pass Vote on Bill: 16-0-0 Pass NEW BUSINESS A. New Legislation SLE.37.69 Funds for May Day Pufky: Second Referred to: Finance and Policy SLE.37.70 Funds for Back Yard Jam Pufky: Second Referred to Finance and Policy SLE.37.71 Funds for Black Friars Dunn: Second Referred to Finance and Policy SLE.37.72 Funds for PRSSA hay: Second Referred to Finance and Policy SLE.37.73 Allocation Criteria Bonanno: Second Referred to Finance, Policy, and Procedure SLE.37.74 Contracts Amendments Ruppert: Second Referred to Policy, Procedure and Finance SLE.37.75 Involvement Fair Amendment Ruppert: Second Referred to Policy, Procedure, Involvement and Finance SLE. 37.37.76 Involvement Incentives Fair Account Ruppert: Second Referred to Policy, Procedure, Involvement and Finance SLE.37.77 Leadership Conference Amendment Pufky: Second Referred to Policy, Procedure, Involvement and Finance SLE.37.78 Special Procedures Accounl DUM: Second

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Referred to Referred to Policy, Procedure, Involvement and Finance SLE.37.80 Committee Procedure I Longley : Second Referred to Referred to Policy, Procedure, and Finance SLE.37.81 Committee Procedure II Ruppert: Second Referred to Finance, Procedure and Policy SLE.37.82 COPE Funding for International Awareness and Peace Week Ruppert: Second Referred to Finance, and Policy Lawson: Is tired of being questioned how he votes. He votes the way his constituents want him to vote. Christina Hubbell: Does not appreciate derogatory statements made by senators toward the women's center and herstory month. Barnhart: Even though the senate passed the NYPRG bill, it may be illegal to follow it. Hurwit: Motion to have paper ballots by the voting machines for the NYPIRG referenda in the event that the questions posed on 37.44 are locked in. Vote on Motion: 13-3-0 Pass P BL C None Lawson, Beck, Bonanno, Hurwit, Bishop, Ruppert, Longley, Smith, Salvadore, Connely, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Clark, and O'Brien. Meeting ended at 10:OO PM Respectfully Submitted by: Kimberly Stegmayer Senate Clerk O

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* Student Association -. Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 22"d Meeting 2 April 2002 Agenda I. II. III. IV. v. VI. VII. Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Public Comment and Announcements Guests of the Senate Dr. Hughes, lntramurals and Recreation Budget Appeals Vm. Executive Report Gregory Lawson, Student Association Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements M. NY PIRG Report X. Committee Reports XI. Senator Issues Forum XII. Special Orders XIII. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.73 Allocation Criteria 2. SLE.37.74 Contracts Amendment 3. SLE.37.78 Special Procedures Account 4. SLE 37.84 Funds for Capoeira 5. SLE.37.85 Funds for Storytellers Guild 6. SLE.37.86 Funds for Delta Phi Epsilon % XIV. New Business 1. SLE.37.88 2002-03 Student Association Budget XV. Unfinished Business n XVI. Roll Call XVII. Adjournment

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--202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 21st Meeting 19 March 2002 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:45 P.M. Approval of Minutes: Randolph Second: Longley Approval of Agenda: Lawson Second: Randolph Senators Present: Lawson, Beck, Bonanno, Hurwit, Bishop, Ruppert, Long, Longely, Smith, Connely, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, Clark, and O'Brien. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Riggs Hall RM: What is going on with the election? Barnhart: Two injunctions were filed, the ballots are safe, and the Supreme Court will settle the injunctions. Hockey: Read letter from Chief Justice Mia Hoggins EXECUTIVE REPORT Timothy R. Barnhart President: If you have received an invitation to the Quest breakfast, please respond. Thanked Dan Lorber, Beth Francis, Ben-Jakes Johnson, John Figliolo, John Tubeville, and Chris Hockey for all their hard work and dedication during his administration. Read motto the "Dilemma" Does not regret anything, enjoyed working with everyone and thanked everyone for a great three years. Wished everyone luck in everything they do. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: State of the Senate Address Has seen the Senate come together and fall apart. Hopes Senate views new administration as leaders and not opposition. Must remember to work together as a team and for the interest of the students. Must develop better bi-laws. Must

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bridge the gap between Senate and SA organizations. Must form better relationships with Supreme Court, Residence Halls, and Residence Hall Directors. Senate must build a better image for themselves. Feels senate must utilize the recruitment committee more. Always remember the mistakes and struggles the senate has had and how they were overcome. Expressed how Tim and Dan are the reason he is standing here in front of the Senate. Thanked Dr. Scharffenberger and Dr. Hughes for all their help. Senators Pufky and Houser are appointed to the coaches committee Dan Lorber Director of Finance: Feels $4,000 should be set aside if a new election needs to take place. Please working with Tim and Chris, had many good times, a good year, and is looking forward to working with new administration. NYPIRG Collecting food to distribute to food pantries in Oswego. There is a poetry slam on May 3 2002. Hopes no one took offense to urging students to come to Senate to fight for their right to decide to have NYPIRG on campus. The intention was not meant to offend anyone. COMMITTEE REPORTS Finance: SLE.37.69 Recommend passage with amendments. SLE.37.70 Recommend Failure. SLE.37.71 Recommend Failure. SLE.37.72 Recommend passage with amendments. SLE.37.82 Recommend Failure Policy: SLE.37.62 Recommend Failure. SLE.37.63 Recommend Passage. SLE.37.72 Recommend Passage. SLE.37.71 Recommend Failure. SLE.37.69 Recommend Passage with amendments SLE.37.73 Recommend Passage with amendments SLE.37.74 Recommend Referral. SLE.37.75 Recommend Passage SLE X.76 Recommend Passage SLE.37.77 Recommend Passage SLE.37.78 Recommend Referral.

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Procedure: SLE.37.62 Recommend passage with amendments. SLE.37.63 Recommend Passage. SLE.37.73 Recommend Passage. SLE.37.74 Recommend Referral. SLE.37.76 Recommend Passage with Caution. SLE.37.77 Recommend Passage with Caution SLE.37.78 Recommend Passage with Caution SLE.37.80 Recommend Passage with amendments. SLE.37.81 Recommend Passage with amendments Elections: 1,382 people voted. Health, Safety and Environment: Stuffed envelopes with condoms for vending machines. Recruitment: SLE.37.75 Good Idea SLE.37.76 Not Sure SLE.37.77 Recommend Passage SLE.37.78 Recommend Referral. CCRT: No Report SENATOR ISSUES FORUM: Lipsky: Feels Senate look like fools because of what happened over the last couple of days. Senate needs to come together, work as a team, and do what is right to fix it. Hurwit: Commends NYPIRG, feels they are a good organization that helps the campus. Motion to repeal 37.44 Pufky: Second 213 Vote: 18-2-1 Pass 213 Vote Confirmation was given by Senate for the Confirmation of mike Martucci as a Supreme Court Justice. SPECIAL ORDERS SLE. 37.83 Funds for Keynote Speaker Longley: Second Pufky: Motion to amend in the following way, Lipsky: Second Vote on Amendment: 21-0-0 Pass

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Vote on Bill: 13-7-1 Pass SLE.37.84 Amendment to SLE.37.67 Lawson: Second Vote on Bill: 20-0-1 Pass SLE. 37.86 Election Confirmation Long: Second Vote on Bill: 17-0-4 Pass GENERAL ORDER A. Pending Legislation SLE. 37.62 Legislation Review Lawson: Motion to amend in the following way, Long: Second Vote on Amendment: 16-0-2 Pass Connelly: Motion to Refer for 1 week to Policy and Procedure Lipsky: Second Vote on Motion: 2-14-2 Pass Vote on Bill: 14-1-6 Pass SLE. 37.63 Transition Protocol Randolph: Motion to amend in the following way, Cannon: Second Vote on Amendment: 14-4-2 Pass 213 Vote on Bill: 14-1-6 Pass SLE. 37.69 Funds for May Day Lawson: Motion to table indefinitely Connelly: Second Majority vote: 16-31 Pass SLE. 37.70 Funds for Back Yard Jam Pufky: Motion to Table Bishop: Second Majority Vote: 17-0-0 Pass

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SLE. 37.71 Funds for Black Friars Pufky: Motion to Withdraw Withdrawn SLE.37.72 Funds for PRSSA Seeley: Motion to amend in the following way, Dunn: Second Vote on Amendment: 17-1-1 Pass Vote on Bill: 17-1-3 Pass SL E. 3 7.73 Allocation Criteria Lipsky: Motion to amend in the following way, Longely: Second Vote on Amendment: 14-3-2 Pass Seeley: Motion to amend in the following way, Lawson: Second Vote on Amendment: 20-0-0 Pass Randolph: Motion to amend in the following way, Long: Second Vote on Amendment: 14-2-2 Pass Cannon: Motion to Re-Refer Lipsky: Second Re-Referred to Policy, Finance, and Procedure SLE. 37.74 Contracts Amendments Bishop: Motion to Re-refer Lipsky: Second Re-Referred to Policy, Finance, and Procedure SLE. 37.75 lnvolvement Fair Amendment Vote on Bill: 5-8-4 Fails SLE.37.76 lnvolvement Incentives Fair Account Pufky: Motion to table Dunn: Second Majority Vote: 10-2-2 Pass SLE.37.77 Leadership Conference Amendment Pufky: Motion to amend in the following way,

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Longley: Second Vote on Amendment: 1 1-0-5 Pass Vote on Bill: 15-1-2 Pass SLE. 37.78 Special Procedures Account Lawson: Motion to Re-refer to Finance, Policy, and Finance Pufky: Second Re-Referred to Finance, Policy and Finance SLE. 37.80 Committee Procedure I Kohn: Motion to amend in the following way, Longley: Second Vote on Amendment: 14-0-1 Pass Dunn: Motion to amend in the following way, Pufky: Second Vote on Amendment: 14-0-3 Pass Houser: Motion to amend in the following way, Pufky: Second Vote on Amendment: 15-0-2 Pass Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways, Bishop: Second Vote of Amendment: 16-1 -0 Pass Pufky: Motion to amend in the following way, Bishop: Second Vote on Amendment: 16-1-0 Pass Vote on Bill: 17-0-0 Pass SLE. 37.81 Committee Procedure I1 Kohn: Motion to amend in the following way, Pufky: Second Vote on Amendment: 16-0-0 Pass Pufky: Motion to amend in the following way, Dunn: Second Vote on Amendment: 17-0-0 Pass Dunn: Motion to amend in the following way, Longley: Second

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Vote on Amendment: 16-0-0 Pass Vote on Bill: 16-0-0 Pass SLE. 37.82 COPE Funding for International Awareness and Peace Week Lawson: Motion to amend in the following way, Kohn: Second Vote on Amendment: 16-0-0 Pass Seeley: Motion to amend in the following way, Pufky: Second Vote on Amendment: 10-4-2 Pass Vote on Bill: 1 1-2-5 Pass NEW BUSINESS A. New Legislation SLE. 37.84Funds for Capoeira Pufky: Second Referred to Finance and Policy SLE.37.85 Funds for Storytellers Guild Bonanno: Second Referred to Finance and Policy SLE.37.86 Funds for Delta Phi Epsilon Pufky: Second Referred to Finance, Policy and Finance B. New Resolutions RES.37.20 Thanks to Kim Stegmayer Randolph: Second Lipsky: Motion to Pass by Acclamation Hurwit: Second RES.37.2 1 Thanks to Diane Eschbacher Ruppert: Second Ruppert: Motion to Pass by Acclamation Hurwit: Second RES.37.22 Thanks To Timothy Barnhart Long: Second Long: Motion to Pass by Acclamation Seeley: Second

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Student Association .4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 23"* Meeting 9 April 2002 Agenda I. Call to Order II. Roll Call TII. Approval of Minutes IV. Approval of Agenda V. Public Comment and Announcements VI. Guests of the Senate Intramurals and Recreation Student Advisory Council and Dr. Hughes VII. Budget Appeals Vm. Executive Report .."4 Gregory Lawson, Student Association Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements IX. NYPIRG Report X. Committee Reports XI. Senator Issues Forum XII. Special Orders XIII. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.78 Special Procedures Account XIV. New Business 1. SLE.37.90 Special Elections 2. SLE.37.91 Creation of Student Association Mascot XV. Unfinished Business XVI. Roll Call XVII. Adjournment *C*,

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, Student Association %Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 22st Meeting 2 April 2002 Senate Minutes Called to order: 6:05 Approval of minutes: Long Second: Randalph Approval of Agenda: Object: Move to add SLE.37.89 to agenda Second: Connelly: No objections Approval: Long Second: Connelly Senators Present: Beck, Kane, Hurwit, Proxy Bentencort, Bishop, Ruppert, Long, Longley, Proxy Luna, Salvadore, Connelly, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, Clark, O'brien PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCMENT The will be a general interest meeting April gth 3: 15-4: 15 in 32 1 Hewitt Union about the Oswego State Boxing Club. Guests of the Senate Dr. HughesIntramurals and Recreation; Dr. Hughes discussed with the Senate the contributions SA makes to the intramurals in comparison to the Universities contributions. He, with others from the Intramurals, explained the programs and services provided to the students. In fall 2000-2001 there were thirteen leagues and 1,952 total participants. In spring 2000-2001 there were fifteen leagues and 1,582 total participants. Student Association Oswego State Wages $47,876 $943 19 Work Study 9,7 14 Supplies and Materials 13,000 15,699 Travel 2,9 10 Fixed Costs 3,219 Equipments 2,700 College Recharges 1.767 TOTAL $60,876 $130,528 3 1.8% 67.2%

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Questions Asked; Question: Has intramurals ended early? Answer: Yes, in part due to funding. There was not enough money to get through to the end of the year. Question: What is the policy to use Swetman Gym? Answer: Call ahead and make a reservation. BUDGET APPEALS College Choir: Move to Accept: Hurwit Second: Connelly College Cornm: Accept: Pufky Second: Hwitt College Band: Accept: Dunn Second: Long CSA: Accept: Long Second: Cannon Equestrian Accept: Hurwitt Second: Cannon HUBAC Accept: Connelly Second: Dunn Mixed Chourse Accept: Randolf Second: Dunn Oswegonian: Accept: Long Second: Randolf SAPB: Accept: Long Second: Cannon SAVAC: Accept: Long Second: Pufky SAVAC #2: Accept: Long Second: Cannon Solid State: Accept: Dunn Second: Cannon State Singer: Accept: Hurwitt Second: Cannon

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WNYO Accept: Connelly Second: Dunn Womens Center Accept: Cannon Second: Pufky EXECUTIVE REPORT Gregory Lawson, SA Vice President; 9 Welcomed Senator Kane from Funnel1 9 Welcomed Linnae Lehr as Senate Clerk 9 Told Senate they need to be done and out of Lanigon at 9:45, if they go over they have a room in the Hewitt Union they can meet in. 9 Mentioned that the Senate needs to check mailboxes because notes will be used often. 9 Asked Senate if they want to be in 24 hour relay 9 Informed Senate of the commuter and off-campus student comment session on Campus Center Project. 9 Deadlines for legislation will be at 2:00 pm on Fridays. 9 Pro Tempore Elections Will need to run rest of meeting and chair procedure Committee. Nominated: Cannon and Pufky Winner: Pufky Elections: Procedure Committee Member: Clark Finance Committee Member: Kane Involvement Committee Member: Connelly Daniel Lorber, 9 Explained Appeal process 9 Explained the Budget and invited all with questions to contact him. 9 Accounts 946,947,948,949 NYPIRG REPORT 9 Shawn and Josh Turner along with sixty to seventy students lobbied NYS Purchasing Policy in regards to the purchasing of non-sweatshop goods by the University. 9 Talked about the dangers of storing nuclear waste in dry casts. 9 Thankful for the food they received for Hunger Week. Said if you ever want to volunteer they could use the food pantry could use the help. It is located on East 4th Street. 9 Commented on the Poetry Slam for the Homeless on May 3rd. COMMITTEE REPORT Finance : SLE 37.73: Passage with Amendment SLE 37.74: Passage with Amendment SLE 37.78: Referral

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SLE 37.84: Passage with Amendments SLE 3 7.87: Passage with Amendments SLE 37.86: Referral Procedure: Did not meet this week will meet Friday and 4:30 in conference room. Policy: Did not meet. Elections: Not sure about what they are doing with court decision. There will be a meeting this week to work through what to do. They will need 4,000 to pay for booth. Questions were asked in regard to NYPIRG Board of Directions; as well as the State of Candidate. Involvement: SLE 37.78: Referral Health and Safety: Meeting Friday. CCRT: April 19" at 7:00 there will be a buffet dinner, RSVP by the 9th. Make sure to check your mailbox. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM Hurwitt: Thinks Senate should not waist money on another election. Does not want to spend another $4,000. Thinks we should refuse to hold another election. Long: Yielded time to Storytellers Guild: Rob from ABCON spoke about their club. They have been on campus for ten years. Will be holding their first large event and will need funding for things such as janitorial staff, tables and chairs. Hopes to return all money from profit and expect 100-1 50 people to attend. Randolph: Wants everyone to think of the cost for another election. Doesn't know how we can follow a law that doesn't exist. Bishop: Agrees with Hurwit. Salavdor: Thinks SLA. 37.44 needed to be on ballot. O'brien: May of voted no for NYPIRG because of money. Thought question was misleading. Cannon: SLE. 37.44 questions were misleading. Yielded time to Capoeira: Capoeira spoke on their club. Said they are not trying to fund a certain event just need to get proper equipment and t-shirts. They want to be able to present SUNY Oswego in a respectable way. Even though they fund raise they still need money. Salvadore: Yielded time to Delta Phi Epsilon: They understand that Delta Phi Epsilon bill may be unconstitutional but asks senate and SA organizations if they would like to sponsor Bone Marrow Drive with them.

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GENERAL ISSUES FORM SLE. 37.73 Allocation Criteria Hunvit: Objection because he thinks this is limiting budget council. He thinks budget council should know this already. Hockey: Thinks it may be limiting but provides good guidelines and consistency. Bishop: motion to amend: On line 14 change "considering" to "evaluated" On line 26 strike "quality of' On line 30 strike "adherence to" Friendly amendment and 23 Second: Cannon Vote: 13-1-4 PASSED Randolph: This gives us something to judge the services on. Seeley: Strong with these things added to it. Vote: 13-3-2 PASSED SLE. 37.74 Contracts Amendment Cannon: Motion to refer for period of one week to Policy Finance and Procedure. Second: Long SLE. 37. 84 Funds for Capoeria Cannon: Haven't been funded any money yet, and wont be next semester. Thinks they work really hard. Cannon: motion to amend in the following ways: On line 18 change #2 and #1 and 50 pairs to 20 pairs and $80 in place of $200 and the total from $1450 to $530 Second: Long Vote: 19-0-0 PASSED Beck: Motion to amend in following ways: Online 20 change #3 to #2, change 2 berimbais to 1 berimbais and the total from $39.98 to $9.99 Second: Beck Dunn Vote: 19-0-0 PASSED Kane: Motion to amend in following ways: Online 22 change #5 to #3,2 Atabaques to 1 Atabaquse for a total of $240 instead of $480 Second: Kohn Vote: 19-0-0 PASSED Seeley: Motion to amend in following ways: On line 25 change total cost fiom $4228.18 to $839.99 after total on line 1 3. Second: Connelly Vote: 18-0-1 PASSED Vote: SLE. 37.84: 19-0-0

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SLE. 37.85 Funds for Storytellers Guild Seeley: made amendment in following ways: Online 28 change $2300 total to $700 total, Online 17 change $2300 to $700. Second: Long Discussion: -Randolph and Hurwit agree that they don't get a lot of money so they should be able to get it all. -Rupert says if they don't get custodial they cannot have event. -Randolph said that they guarantee a return of funds. People will come to this event planning to spend money. -Cannon thinks money is too low anyway, thinks we should give them a little more. -Seeley said if everyone agrees he will withdrawal the amendment. WITHDRAWN Houser: Motion to amend in following ways: 32 be it finally enacted that any funds raised be transferred to account #947 Second: Long Vote: 3-13-2 FAILED Seeley: Motion to amend in the following ways: Line 17 change amount from 2300 to 1900 and line 28 change amount from 2300 to 1900 Second: Long Vote: 1 1-5-2 PASSED Hurwitt: requests to take the vote. Vote: 16-2-0 PASSED SLE. 37. 86 Funds for Delta Phi Epsilon Long: Refer to Policy, Procedure and Finance. Second: Randolph Vote: 14-0-2 PASSED NEW BUISNESS SLE. 37. 88 2002-03 Student Association Budget Second: Rupert Long: Referred for two weeks to Policy Finance Second: Cannon SLE 37.89 Referendum by Law Amendment Second: Long Long: referred for two weeks to Procedure and Policy, Elections.

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS Randolph: would like to ask Senators again, if they are going to ask the chair to call the question if they would just look around to make sure no one else has something to say. Ruppert: Elections Committee will meet at 12:45 Hockey: Congratulated everyone on doing such a great job. Congratulates Vice President Lawson, and Senator Pufky. Puflcy: Would like to thank everyone for the opportunity to serve as chair. Lawson: Would like to remind everyone to speak on the motion at hand, and not to get off track. ADJOURNMENT Pufky: Motion to Adjourn Cannon: Second

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Student Association aOswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 24'd Meeting 16 April 2002 Agenda I. Call to Order 11. Roll Call 111. Approval of Minutes IV. Approval of Agenda V. Public Comment and Announcements VI. Guests of the Senate Bree O'Neill Pagan Student Association VII. Budget Appeals VIII. Executive Report Gregory Lawson, Student Association Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements IX. NYPIRG Report X. Guests of the Senate Chief Justice Mia Hodgins, and Student Association Supreme Court XI. Committee Reports XII. Senator Issues Forum XI. Special Orders 1. SLE.37.94 Amendment #1 to SLE.37.58: Funds for Men's Rugby XII. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.74 Amendment to the Financial Policy Procedure for Contracts 2. SLE.37.88 Student Association 2002-2003 Budget 3. SLE.37.89 Referendum B y-Law Amendment 4. SLE.37.90 Special Elections 5. SLE.37.91 Creation of Student Association Mascot 6. SLE.37.93 Biology Club Funds XV. Unfinished Business e XVI. Roll Call XVII. Adjournment

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1% Student Association P Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail. sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 3 7th Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 9 April 2002 Senate Minutes Called to order: 6:06 Roll Call: Beck, Kane, Bonanno, Hurwit, Bishop, Kitz, Longley, Ruppert, Smith, Seeley, Cannon, Proxy Williams, Randolph, Dunn, Proxy Olieck, Clark, Kohn, Pufiy, Obrien Approval of minutes: Hunvit Second: DunApproval of Agenda: Objections: Hurwitt: New Resolution, NYPIRG Elections Second: Obrien Rupert: Special orders, SLE. 3 7.90 Second: Obrien Pufky: SLE. 37.92 to New Business By Law Amendment Veto Procedure and SLE. 37.93 Bio Club Funds to New Business Second: Longly Approval: Seeley Second: Dunn PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCMENT Houser: Resigned from position. Is transferring to Albany and wants to finish his year at Oswego with less work. He thanked Chris Hockey for getting him involved in Senate. Said it was great getting to know everyone. Senator Emeritus Hubble: Says she brings sad information to Senate and hopes Senate will look closely into the matter. Spoke about Senator Salvador illegally holding a seat in the Senate. Said he shouldn't bring charges on someone else when he is clearly in violation of the law. Doesn't think he should be speaking or sitting in Senate. Vice President Emeritus Storch: Was concerned that and hour and a half wasn't nearly enough time to go and meet with Middle States. Said that most students probably had no idea what it was. Thought no students probably even showed up. Vice President Lawson: Said he contacted Doug Deil about that, was also upset. Dr. Hughes: Said students weren't the only people not informed in time but faculty as well. Said they decided at last minutes and wanted to try and get opinion from

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campus. Stated that Middle Sates Team did meet with at least some students between 2:00 and 3:OO. GUESTS OF THE SENATE Intramurals and Recreation Student Advisory Council and Dr. Hughes: Explained that they don't want to see Senate take away from students. They need money to pay for equipment, staff, etc. Have to cut four programs this year due to lack of money. Said many fraternities and sororities play in intramurals as well as other students. Said if you "give less you get less." If you cut the money by a third it would damage intramurals and recreation. Stated how everyone who came to speak did so because they cared. Having the Intramurals gives students an opportunity to learn and employees more students. Said it builds community on campus and caters to the needs of the campus. If they can't purchase safety equipment than it becomes poor and eventually would lead to canceling that sport. BUDGET APPEALS Lawson: Said some appeals have been lost in the shuffle. Field hockey appeal: Accept: Dunn Second: Hurwitt EXCUTIVE REPORT Gregory Lawson, SA Vice President: > Wished Senator Cane a Happy Birthday > Was asked what happened to flower cooler, said he can't find one with the sufficient funds. > Received invitation on April 25th for a volunteer banquet for Services to Aid Families. Starts at 4:00 and moves to the park across the street at 5:OO. Needs list of people wanting to serve for the Technology Advisory Board. > Student Assembly conference this weekend. Is going to bring four senators, Pufky, Cannon, Beck, Kane. Said Senate will be budgeting them next year so its important to take an interest. & Has SLE. 37.69, SLE. 37.70, SLE. 37.87 on table. & Wont be in the office as much on Fridays so put bills in blue folder. > Not going to have people quoted directly in minutes, and suggestions for the minutes talk to him after the meeting. > Needs another Senator for New Elections Committee. Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance, > 946 ... $0 > 947.. $4,720.76 > 948.. $2,300.00 > 949 ... $0 & In regards to the election said Senate does not need to use voting machines can just use paper ballots. Would save a lot of money. Hurwitt: Do I have the power to switch money around? Does Senate make final decisions on budget?

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Lorber: Yes, Yes. NYPIRG REPORT > Asked how many people going out and getting new cloths. Said everyone should be donating his or her old cloths! > April 22nd collecting food for food pantry. > Christmas in April. Commented on how people only think of the needy at Christmas time and this is when they really need help. > April 2 1" Earth Fest to get good bill passed. Corporations pay for the clean up instead of tax payers. > Said National Banks making profit from the charges on ATM and Debit cards. > Talked about a movie donated by HBO about Vinyl. Documentary on May 6th at 7:OO. > On NBC, NYPIRG will be on Law and Order! COMMITTEE REPORTS Finance Seeley: Meeting Friday at 4:30. Organizations really want Senators to come. Procedure Committee: Will be meetings Monday at five. Recommended: SLE. 37.89 by law, passage SLE. 3 7.78 recommended referral SLE. 37.74 failure Election Committee: Recommended SLE. 37.78 passage. Policy Amendment: Looked at budget and appeals. Health and Saftey: Seeley: In light of recent events having meetings to see what people from the campus think at 1:00 on Friday, wants to hear more from Senators. Involvement: Thinks their should be a SA link to Oswego Home Page. Submitted: SLE. 37.38 failure CCR Tape: RSVP to the dinner. Bring as many people as you want. Meeting is April 1 8th, meet at 6:30 dinner at 7:OO. Hockey: Encourages Senate to go to Lark awards. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM Seeley: Plays a lot of Intramurals and Recreation. Wants Senators to talk to each other, its an important vote. Obrien: Speaks on Sheldon's 24 hour relay. Money will be going to three charities. $2 per student. They need people to walk every hour, you can roller blade or bike.

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Rupert: Feels crucial to have voting machine. Supreme Court says we should have election, than we should. Cannon: Wonders if there is a list of Senators that serve on what committees and if there are past lists. Lawson: Yes, he will have a list posted on door. Hodgins: Needs to be an election, even though money is a factor. Motion to close: Approved: Hurwitt Second: Beck SPECIAL ORDERS SLE. 37.90 Dr. Hughes: 8.000 copies signed in a sealed envelop is just as secure as a voting Machine. Cannon: Thinks there is no full proof way. Paper would make it easier for students. Hubble: Thinks itd be in violation of election law if you had paper ballots. Rupert: Said you can have paper ballots if voting machines break down. Obrien: It would be possible to have voting machines in the dining halls. Bonanno: Said if you redo the election if should be in the same way so you don't confuse voters. Beck: Voters would have limited time in a dining hall because they have limited hours. Bishop: Asked other students and they thought it'd be a big waste of time to have another election. Students said they would not vote twice. O'brien: Said you could extend the hours of the dining hall so students could vote all day. Beck: Asked who would go to a dining hall when it wasn't opened. Barnhart: Wondered what if any clubs were asking for money right now. Obrien: Motion to refer for one week to elections committee. Second: Beck Bonanno: Thinks we need to do the election again. Beck: Referring for one week gives enough time to talk to Supreme Court.\ Hurwit: Doesn't want to have a $4,000 question mark hanging over Senates head. Dr. Scharfenberger: Stated to be careful, authority of Supreme Court will risk Weather you can get the budget passed. Motion to refer for one week: 3-1 1-3 fails Obrien: amendment Change amount on line 19 from $2629.80 to $667.80 Second: Seeley Kohn: Request the chair to take a vote: 1-12-4 FAILS Vote on bill: 3-1 5-1 FAILS

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GENERAL ORDERS SLE. 37.78 Special Procedures Account Seeley: request vote 012-4 fails NEW BUISNESS SLE. 37.91 Creation of Student Association Mascot Storch: Said for years the mascot was Goldie the Goldfish. Second: Obrien Referred to policy SLE. 37.92 By Law Amendment Veto Procedure Second: Dunn Seeley: Refer Two weeks to procedure 37.93 Bio Club funds Second: Longley Referred to Policy and Finance NEW RESOLUTION NYPIRG Election Hockey: Disappointed with Senate. Said might as well dissolve Senate, thought Senate was over stepping boundaries. Said you have to follow Supreme Court, it is a should not a must. Stated there was nothing to count unless Senate goes against Supreme Court again. Also said Senate violated NYPIRG contract, now liable for a lawsuit. Lawson: Said he has to enforce law. Those results are invalid, and although he stated that he agrees with Hockey's comments, said don't ever insult my Senate. Lorber: We did abide by the campus election. We had it on the ballot. This is not an all campus election, it's a special election. Bonanno: Stated that Senate is part of the branches of government but is here for the students. Barnhart: Said Senate needs to vote with Supreme Courts ruling. Stated that Supreme Court made a ruling; Senate needs to stand by it. Violating constitution is not in the best interest of the students. Hurwitt: Feels very passionately about Senate not having a second election. Obrien: Motion to refer Second: Beck 1-14-1 FAILS Chief Justice Hodgins: Very Disappointed in the Senate for not allocating funds for the special election at this time. Wanted to remind the Senate that the court has the authority to "punish any noncompliance." Cannon: Motion to for a Five Minute Recess Second: Beck Vice President Lawson: The Senate should not be afiaid of any organization or the Court, to do with what you think is best.

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Bishop: Wanted to make sure that the Senate Votes in best interest of their constituents. If you strong enough to vote down the bill, you should be strong enough to vote for the resolution Emeritus Hubbell: Yields Shawn McConnell her time. Shawn promises that NYPIRG would not sue. Feels the first election would be a better account of how the student body feels. NYPIRG will not be going anywhere, and they will remain on this campus. Seeley: We are bound by the Constitution, and the Senate should remember this and keep it in consideration. Cannon: Remember resolutions are non-binding, that we are making a statement Ruppert: The only person who has access to the ballots is Chief Justice Hodgins, they are the property of the Supreme Court Hurwit: He questions how one person has the authority to hold the ballots. He states that the students of the State University have the protection of the freedom of information. Obrien: We appointed the Chief Justice, and remember this when we appoint a new justice, and understand they have the power. Ruppert: When University Police impounded ballots, the decision was made that the Chief Justice should handle the ballots; they are non-political. Clark: Request Chair to Take a vote Objection: Seeley Vice President Emeritus Hockey: Agrees that the resolution is non-binding, his point is that the Senate needs to take into consideration the Special Election bill. If the senate passes the resolution they are holding true to the fact that they did not pass the Special Elections bill. Warns of contradiction. If the Senate violates the court now it sets a very bad precedence. Just because the court is not used often, we have to listen and respect them. We need to find some way to have a special election, because if we don't we are setting a bad example. Just because we don't agree, it doesn't mean we shouldn't respect their decision. This sets a bad example, Hurwit: Motion to Withdrawl With out Objection UNFINISHED BUSINESS Seeley: There will be a late night Finance Committee meeting Sunday night VP Emeritus Storch: questioned the senates speed in distributing condoms to Alx Services, and also expresses concerns of cost to Alx Services fiom Life Styles Center, where the condoms are given fiom. Cannon: motion to reconsider a hasty action, SLE. 37.90 Special Election. -Doesn't feel comfortable leaving this door open. -Doesn't know what "our arguments are" -SLE.3 7.90 Special Elections Lorber: His own recommendation would be to maybe limit RSVP members, or work other ways to cut costs, such as limiting copies, or meals.

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Smith: Worried that a minimum turnout would hurt the idea of a referendum. Hurwit: Yield time to individual in back who was worried of the negative opinion that students may have against NYPIRG who will be once again out campaigning for student support on the referendum question. Cannon: If we don't have a new election we wont have anything to go on and wont have the authority to count the current votes. Obrien: just wants the Senate to take a vote Bonanno: Motion to Table for a period of one week Second: Beck Vote by Roll Call: 7-0-6 motion passes. Unfinished Business Cont. Bonnano: Stated that the Health and Safety Committee actually did work on distributing the condoms, they brought them to Campus Life. Expresses the fact that they need to figure a way to do this faster. Pufky: short procedure committee meeting after senate tonight. ROLE CALL Beck, Kane, Bonnano, Hurwit, Bishop, Longley, Ruppert, Smith, Seeley, Cannon, Proxy Olieck, Kohn, Pufky, Obrien Motion to Adjourn: Longley Second: Seeley 9:45 Respectfully Submitted: Linnae Lehr Student Association Senate Clerk

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4 Student Association 1 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 25" Meeting 23 April 2002 I. IT. III. IV. v. VI. vn. Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Public Comment and Announcements NYPIRG Report Guests of the Senate Chief Tom Ryan Agenda VIII. Executive Report Gregory Lawson, Student Association Vice President IX Committee Reports X. Senator Issues Forum XI. Special Orders XII. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.74 Amendment to the Financial Policy Procedure for Contracts 2. SLE.37.89 Referendum By-Law Amendment 3. SLE.37.92 Amendment to By-Laws Veto Procedure 4. SLE.37.93 Biology Club Funds Xm. New Business 1. RES.37.28 Recognition of Our Hard Working Secretaries XIV. Unfinished Business XV. Roll Call XVI. Adjournment

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York -----202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa%swego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 16 April 2002 Senate Minutes Called to order: 6: 10 Roll Call: Beck, Kane, Bonanno, Hurwit, Bishop, Connley, Kitz, Long, Longley, Ruppert, Salvadore, Smith, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Clark, Kohn, Pufky, Obrien Approval of the minutes: Cannon Second: Kohn Approval Agenda: Objection: Move SLE. 37.88 to number six. Second: Long Objection: Motion to add SLE. 37.95 to Special Orders Second: Connelley Approval of Agenda: Long Second: Connelly Lawson: Would like everyone to keep it down a little bit during meeting because things Will get hectic. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCMENT Gerwitzman: Would like to know what happens to organizations now that the funds were frozen and wonders if he goes to a school where his vote counted? -What makes you think your vote doesn't count? Gerwitzman: When I see the results and know that the person with the most votes won then I will know they were counted. Senator Emeritus Provost: Special Olympics is this Saturday at Laker hall. Free food. Senaotor Emeritus Hubble: Women's center is doing a rape awareness panel. Some faculty members will be attending. Says it will be for question and answer. Also encourages Senate to write a resolution, or do something about the Oswegonian's mock of the Cloths Line Project. Found it really distasteful, thought they over stepped boundaries. Lawson: Stated that he hopes Senate does something about this. Found issue to be incredibly distasteful. If students are upset about this then we need to look at this. Wants Senators to take into consideration. Motion to close: Salavdor Second: Dunn

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GUESTS OF THE SENATE Bree Oneil: Was not at Senate asking for funds just for a support. Would like a better turn out. Bell team on May lSt-6-8 p.m in~ewitt union formal lounge. Any questions contact her ~5228. BUDGET APPEALS SAVACC: Greg, In radio maintenance account, asked for $1,000 only giving $500. Has problems with radio so can't don anything with the 500. Also use this fund to for radios, pagers. To replace or purchase all the pagers that they should have would put them over the $1,000. Asked for $200 for miscellaneous items such as light bulbs. Asked for $100 only got $50. Training and conference budget was cut. One text for EMT class is $40 alone. Beneficial to bring people to conferences but cannot with that fund. Ambulance maintenance was cut, even though it is new it still needs money. Changing oil about once a month. Need new tires often, that alone is $1,000. Kohn: Is there a warranty on the ambulance? -Yes doesn't cover routine maintenance though. Connelley: Do you change the filter too and is there a risk of doing it yourself?? -Yes filter is changed too and changing the oil themselves risks breaking warranty. Pufky: Do you have training booklets for the drivers? -Drivers get a manual and go through a course. Despite training you still have to get behind wheel. Lorber: Thought text should be purchased by each member. -Training far exceeds our budget. Textbooks aren't being purchased for member, instead for library. By law required to keep up with current books. Seeley: How much does it cost to change tires? -$986 for six tires. Randolph: Do you get many blow outs? -No yet with this ambulance but many with the other ambulances. Womens Center: senator Emeritus Hubble: Asking for extra $100 because they can't pay for transportation. Take back the night in March, trying to expand that into a month. Haven't been able to put out as many issues as hoped. Asking for the minimum amount they cant have so they are able to put out enough issues to make it worth it. The $6,000 left Womens Center with no money for speakers. Starting to plan now next year. EXECUTIVE REPORT Vice President Greg Lawson: > Talked to people from Middle States Team said they put out the notice as soon as they could. Wished they could have had it out sooner for a better response. > 23rd Tom Ryan will be hear for propose parking plan. Any questions that would be the time to do it. > Lark awards are this Thursday.

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9 Wants everyone to respect whoever's speaking, said if you get out of line you will be dealt with appropriately. 9 The bill requesting funds for the bone marrow drive is cosponsored with SA. They have no problem putting SA on any publications it is allowed and on the table. 9 Would like to do a Senator of the month award so wants Senate to nominate at least one person. P Needs information from committees. Isn't getting any information 9 Stated that we are here to represent SUNY Oswego. Getting rapped up in finance is a problem. Said Senate is very powerful, are the leaders of the campus. Stated we are supposed to represent students and if were not doing that then what are we doing. Encourages Senate to go out and talk to students and find out what they want, what there concerns are. Do that and then come back and fight for them. Director of Finance Dan Lorber: P 946 ... $0 947 . .$3772.77 948 . .$23OO.OO 949 . $6 10.00 P Has created account 829-12 Emergency Senate. Can go into red up to $4,000. That way Senate can access money when accounts are frozen. P Budget Council has spent a lot of time on budget, hopes everyone is happy. The Budget Council looked at everything, those our are recommendations. P Hopes that regardless who's in position of the presidency that we can remember why we are here, for the students. P From his understanding doesn't see why the budget cant be certified. When budget is approved 9 times of ten the contract agreements aren't signed right away. 9 Briefly spoke with Carolyn Rush, the deputy to the president, who advised him to send an email. Mrs. Rush assured him that the President would receive the email. 9 April 30" is our last Senate meeting, will not be at meeting, will be taking an exam. P Thinks we are loosing organizations. Hopes Administration pitches in and helps Music organizations prosper. Vice President Lawson: Greek week starts April 2oth. Some support there would be great. NYPIRG REPORT Shawn: 9 Sunday is Earth Day Festival at Camp Hollis from 12-7pm. Bands and lots of speakers. Christmas in April, people aren't thinking of giving. P May 3rd Poetry Slam. P Blue Vinyl at 7:00 pm on Monday the 6&.

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9 Citizen workshop, what does it mean to be a good citizen? Taking it to Oswego High School as well as resident halls. 9 Governor Pataki is trying to cut tape even more. Bruno and Silver, sick of Pataki. Coming up with there own plans such as Super Funds. GUESTS OF THE SENATE: STUDENT ASSOCIATION SUPREME COURT Hodgins: Knows there has been problems. Thinks it's a good idea to open the lines of communication between Supreme Court and Senate. Cannon: Why didn't Story Tellers ~uilde budget go through? Lawson: I did not sign it until yesterday. Wells: I sit in the Supreme Court office for three hours a week. No one stops by. If you have questions you are welcome to come then. Lipsky: "Yesterday I over heard some one in the Supreme Court saying Senate had no balls, saying you were taking steps because Senate wouldn't." Wells: If you weren't right there than its hearsay. I apologize if that came out of the mouths of any of my justices. Was in the office and didn't hear anything like that. Stated if she spent time in SA ofice she is sure she would hear similar comments. Lawson: Hasn't said anything negative about Supreme Court even though he does Disagree with the decision. Pufky: Said if they had any personal feelings, asked if they wouldn't let that affect your decision. Isn't saying necessarily that they have, was just making comment. Senator Emeritus Hubble: Yielded time to Sarah: Said she was there and said that Lipsky was correct. Obrien: Thinks Supreme Court is doing a good job. Needs to get over this. Nothing is personal. Long: Supreme Court seem to be doing a good job even though decisions is not pleasurable. Cannon: Thinks this is all a power struggle. Is not offended by comment made from one of the justices. Senator Emeritus Provost: People disagree with what I say all the time. Thinks its okay. Was concerned that Vice President Lawson could not be called for a witness. Asked Supreme Court to comment. Hodgins: This is not the time or place for that. Senator Emeritus Provost: Thought this was. Pufiy: If any one does have questions like that are they able to come and see you? Chief Justice Hodgins: Said you can ask but might not receive anything but the courts final decision. Bishop: It was well known that Hodgins were a open supporter of Seeley. Wonders why she didn't step down. COMMITTEE REPORT Finance Committee: Met Sunday, looked through appeals. Elected Cannon to chair. Procedure Committee: Met Monday. Only Pufky, Long and Longly attended. Pufky stressed the importance of attendance. Looked at some legislation but couldn't vote on anything because there was not quorum. HURWITT: Looked at budgets. Didn't have quorum so couldn't vote on anything.

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Election Committee: Didn't meet this week because of scheduling conflicts. Probably will be meetings on Friday. Health and Safety: meeting next week Involvement Committee: Passage SLE. 37.91. Concerned Senators aren't getting involved. CCRT: Dinner 6:30 at Brian Mannor. Pufky: Motion to suspend rules for Special Elections 37.96 to special orders amendment one. Second: Long 20-0-0 PASSED SENATOR ISSUES FORM O'brien: Received copy of Arise from the womens center. Was a survey she was concerned with. Asked Women's center where the survey was fiom. Hubble: It was in a book. Was used in a discussion piece in a class, thought it'd be a good poll. Women's center wanted to know if students felt this was true or not. It had a email address, made clear that you could contact the editor or anyone at the womens center. Obrien: Was curious where this came from. Hubble: They didn't properly cite the source, already talked to the editor. Next issue will have all the information. O'brien: Found it offensive. Hubble: Stated Women's Center found it offensive as well. It was a opinion question. They wanted people to call or write. Sorry if it made some men uncomfortable, but the other side is what if it is true? Salvador: He found the source said it was done in 1988. Hurwitt: Stated students are launching a campaign that they won't be paying their SA fee. Concerns of student body knowing what student association is doing. Cannon: It would be better to work with the Women's Center, doesn't see what's to gain by working against. Hubble: Was a National book. Stands by legitimacy of book. Salvador: My petition was validated by Chris Hockey. It is not illegal to have someone sign there name where its supposed to be printed it is illegal to validate it. States objections to Senator Hubble. Lawson: Interrupts and asks Salvador not to attack other Senators. Salvador: Stated he was resigns from Student Association at 750 pm. Connelley: Yielded time to WNYO: explains budget appeal. Bonanno: receives Health and Committee chair. SPECIAL ORDERS -SLE.37.94 Amendment # 1 to SLE.37.5 8 Funds for Men's Club Rugby -Director of Finance Lorber explained to the Senate that this would bring some money back into Account #947. -Vote 20-0-0 PASSED -SLE.37.95 Request for Referendum Results -2nd Longley

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-Ruppert: motion to re-refer to Elections, Policy, Procedure Committees for a period of one week -2nd O'brien -614-0 Fails -Hodgins: passing this bill will overturn case law, and this is wrong. -Randolph: it is still relevant, because the ballots are public domain. -Connelly: Doesn't see getting the opinion of our constituents is a bad thing -Hurwit: Believes this has nothing to do with case law. It has to do with the simple fact that the Student Activity fee funds SAY and we have a legal right to look at the results. -0brien: We are going to count them even though this undermines the Supreme Court. -Bishop: the Constiuents want to know what the votes are. Mentions the Freedom of Information Act. -Seeley: believes this information could be potentially damaging -Hodgins: What is the point of counting invalid ballots? Its invalid information, and there is nothing to benefit from this. -Randolph: Believes there is an expression of intent when you walk into a voting booth. You know your collective opinion will be public. We cant hide what people voted. -Motion to amend in the following ways: -Strike: "tomorrow" and Replace with "as soon as reasonably possible" -Second: Long 19-0-0 -Ruppert: Feels it is bad if we pass this an undermined the court. -Long: Believes that we can pass this bill and not undermine the court. -Seeley: Motion to amend in the following way, after tallied add "After the special election is held and validated" -2nd Obrien -Vote 412-3 FAILED -Randolph: Motion to amend in the following way add lines "for view of the senate and general public" in place of the stricken words "in front of the Senate" -2nd Long -Vote 19-0-0 Passed -Connelly: motion to amend in the following way "Therefore be it enacted that anytime these results are published the following be added, 'The election results are invalid. The referendum question asked was ruled invalid by the Supreme Court.' Non-compliance will result in further action by the Supreme Court." -2nd Randolph -Hurwit: Is worried that if we are doing this than we might want to make sure that we are doing the right thing. -Vote: 8-7-4

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263 -Long: motion to table for one rule 264 -2nd Hurwit 265 -VOTE 16-4-0 266 267 268 -Pufky: Motion to suspend the rules to and move SLE.37.88 to General Orders 269 number 1 2 70 -No objections 271 -Hurwit: Moved to remove SLE.37.87 from the table. 272 -Vote: 141-1 273 -Randolph: Motion to amend in the following way. Add Lines "be it 274 finally enacted that the Student Association Senate declares that they 275 officially co-sponsor the event." 276 -Online 22 an account to be decided upon by the director of 277 finance to an account to be created by the director of finance" 278 -Strike account #829 279 -Vote on the Bill 280 -13-3-3 28 1 -Lawson: Chair has the right to adjourn the meeting, and does so until 10:OO. 282 Time was 9:40 283 284 GENERAL ORDERS 285 SLE.3 7.88 2002-03 Student Association Budget 286 -Seeley: Motion to amend in the following way "Finance Committee 287 Amendment # 1 (See attached)" 288 -2nd Pufky 289 -Vote 17-0-0 Passes 290 -Clark: Motion to amend in the following way "Finance Committee 29 1 Amendment #2 (See attached)" 292 -2nd Dunn 293 -Vote 16-1-0 294 -Kane: Motion to amend in the following way "Finance Committee 295 Amendment #3 (See attached)" 296 -2"d Proxy Gwertzman 297 -Vote 14-0-1 298 -Hurwit: Motion to amend in the following way: "1. Take $3000 from 299 6504.. Take $1,577 from 6502, so the total is 4,577" 300 -2nd Longley 301 -Vote 10-5-0 3 02 -Bishop: Motion to Amend in the following way: "Finance Committee 303 Amendment #4" 3 04 -2nd Kohn 305 -Vote 10-6-1 3 06 -Hurwit: motion to amend in the following way: "1. Take $9000 from 765 307 2. Take $3,652 from 776 3. Restore Chamber singers, College Choir, 3 08 Concert Band, Mixed Choir, College1 Community Orchestra, Solid State,

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State Singers, to their level of funding from the 2001-2002 SA fiscal years." -2nd Longley -Vote 10-7-0 -Seeley: Motion to amend in the following way: "Change of Amount on line 773 from 230,475.00 to 1,129,716 -2nd Dunn -Vote 16-0-1 -Ruppert: Motion to amend in the following way: "681 3 3504 Business Manager from 6003400,681 3 3521 Concert 600 3 400.687 3 3801 Promotions 03 400, NEW 3 WOW 7,300 3 0,709 3 4401 HUBAC Opening 0 3 7,300." -2nd Obrien -Vote 14-0-2 -Humit: Amend in the following ways "Strike 767, Account 6504, take that 3,000 and transfer it to account # 6502." -znd Long -Vote 8-2-3 -Ruppert: Amend in the following ways "Accounts 6100-855 Chief Justice 400 to 600,668-6103-856-1 Associate Justice 100 to 200,6104836-2 Associate Justice 100 to 200, 6 105-856-3 Associate Justice 100 to 200, 6106-856-4 Associate Justice 100 to 200. 633-6003 cut from $500 to $250 64 1-60 1 1 cut from $250 to $100 647-6053 cut from $700 to $600 65 1-6057 cut from $100 to $50 652-6058 cut from $200 to $150 Second: Obrien -Seeley: Amend in the following way "After line 92 add account number 1056 Couches Fees $800. Remove $800 from Tier 3 and 4 contingency. Second: Hurwitt Vote: 13-0-0 -Seeley: Amend in the following ways "Reinstate budget council recommendations concerning music organizations. Deposit the money into the tier 3 and 4 contingency. Strike: 767 Music Organizations Contingency. Vote: 5-8-2 Second: Pufky Seeley: amend in the following ways: "53 1 "Director Public Relations" add "Salary 65 1 "Recruitment" to "involvement" 652 "Election Publicity" to "Involvement Committee-Election Publicity" 763 "NYPIRG (contractual Agreement)" to "Potential Contractual Agreement" Second: Ruppert Vote: 3-1 1-1 Ruppert: Amend in the following ways: 680-3503 SAPB Hourly staff 2,500-3,500. Take from 765-6503 Tier 1 and 2.

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Second: Kohn Vote: 2-1 1-2 Ruppert: Amend in the following ways: Acct: 61 00 Chief Justice $400 to $600 6 102 Associate Justice $100 to $200 6 104 Associate Justice $100 to $200 6 105 Associate Justice $100 to $200 6 106 Associate Justice $100 to $200 6503 tier 3 and 4 contingency subtract $600 Second: Obrien Vote: 6-9-0 Long: Request the chair to take a vote Vote: 14-0-0 SLE.37.74 Amendment to the Financial Policy Procedure for Contracts: -Pufky: Re-refer to committees originally referred to SLE.37.89 Referendum By -Law Amendment -Pufky: Re-refer to committees originally referred to SLE. 37. 90 Special Elections Bill Ruppert: amend in the following ways: Strike 30~ add time TBA Voting Machines: $2770.00 to $800.00 RSVP: $982 to $100 Meals for RSVP: $480 to $50 Promotions: $500 to $100 Total: $1050.00 Second: Obrien Vote: 9-0-4 Seeley: amend in the following ways: "change like "19" from "800" to "1300" Second: Long Vote: 8-3-2 Rupert: amend in the following ways: add lines "9:30 am to 6:00 pm" Second: Pufky Vote: 12-0-3 Vote on bill: 9-3-1 PASSED SLE. 37.9 1 Creation of Student Association Mascot Obrien: amend in the following ways: add line 20 6. goose" and change sailor to pirate. Second: Rupert Vote: 1 1-21 SLE.37.93 Biology Club Funds Pufky: motion to re-refer to committees previously referred to.

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400 ROLLCALL 40 1 Beck, Proxy Gwertman, Proxy Bentincourt, Hurwit, Long, Longley, Ruppert, 402 Seeley proxy McCaffi-y Randolph, Kohn, Pufky Obrien. 403 ADJOURN 404 -Motion to adjourn Long, 2nd Pufky. 1 :34 am 405 406 407 Submitted by 408 Linnae Lehr, SA Senate Clerk

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1 Student Association rn Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session Agenda I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. Approval of Minutes IV. Approval of Agenda V. Public Comment and Announcements VI. NYPIRG Report VII. Guests of the Senate Tim Barnhart Student Association President Emeritus VIII. Executive Report James Seeley, Student Association President Gregory Lawson, Student Association Vice President Daniel Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance VIII Senator Issues Forum IX. Committee Reports X. Special Orders XI. General Orders XII. New Business 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. RES.37.30 Thank You Kenneth Wells RES.37.3 1 Thank You Michelle Sandbothe RES.37.32 Thank You Jen Longley RES.37.33 Thank You Valerie Ruppert RES.37.34 Farewell to Joseph Storch RES.37.35 Support of Renovating Oswego Public Library RES.37.36 Thanks to Chnstopher R. Smith RES.37.37 Thanks to Director of Finance Dan Lorber z XIII. Unfinished Business T XIV. Roll Call XV. Adjournment

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* Student Association e Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37'' Legislative Session 25th Meeting 23 April 2002 Senate Minutes Called to order: 6: 10 pm Senators present: Beck, Kane, Bonanno, Bishop, Kitz, Long, Longley, Ruppert, Salvadore, Smith, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky (late), Randolph, Olineck, Clark (proxy), Pufky Obrien Approval of Minutes: Beck Second: Bonanno Approval of Agenda: Objection Bonanno: motion to move SLE. 37.95 to Pending Legislation Second: Cannon Objection Longley: motion to move SLE. 37.96 Amendment #1 to SLE. 37.44 to Special Orders Second: Pufky Objection Lipsky: motion to move SLE. 37.97 to Special Orders Second: Beck Objection Cannon: motion to move SLE. 37.29 to New Business Second: Bonanno Objection Cannon: motion to take fiom the table SLE. 37.70 and move to General Orders Approval of Agenda: Bonanno Second: Long PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Obrien: Sheldon hall relay this weekend, sign up in Waterbury hall anytime. Dr. Hughes: Huwitt Union has two pool tables now. Feel free to use them. Motion to close: Longley Second: Bonanno NYPIRG Re~ort Shawn: Earth day festival on Sunday went well, Side Show was very good. P Monday nine students went to Lake Placid to protest Bush's environmental plan. Peacefully protested, never escalated to anything more. Got message out to a few.

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GUEST OF SENATE Tom Ryan: 9 Have a large parking problem. He proposes plan although he does not decide although he does not decide. Any decisions made will be made by students, staff and faculty, via the parking committee. 9 He explains the layout, which parking lots will be which and other pertinent parking situations. 9 Pays special attention to freshman parking and the proposed new buses. P Bonanno: When will this take place? -The decision is strictly up to the president. Hope to know on May 6th. P Salvador: Do you anticipate parking fees in increase? -Not while he's here. 9 Stated there will be no acceptations to plan other than the president and vice president of the school. 9 Randolph: Wonders if it would be useful to have cross bridge in certain areas. -Never thought of that, might be a good idea. > Cannon: Asked about the reported rape and wonders why a bulletin wasn't sent out. -Thought there wasn't a immediate danger, his first concern was to the victim. He followed the law with the choices he made. P Senator asked for Ryans opinion concerning the mud fight and the injured student. -Said he supported his officers, would have done the same thing. As long as they didn't say "go ahead you wont be hurt" than they are not at fault. 9 Randolph: Thought maybe the situation escalated and could have been avoided. 9 Long: Thought maybe cold weather should be a consideration while constructing parking areas far from academic buildings. P Bonanno: Wonders if handicap parking will stay the same. -yes EXECUTIVE REPORT Gregory Lawson, Student Association Vice President 9 Said he talked to a justice and they commented on having a lot of respect for Senate. k Lark awards Senators of the Year given out: Senators PuQ, and Cannon. The Student Association was also given an award for outstanding program. Asked who was on Faculty Assembly, because he has agenda's for those members. 9 Senator of the month will be awarded next meeting. 9 Asked to show some support for those members of the Student Association who will be presenting during Quest Day. 9 Still waiting for a reply from the Chancellor in regards to the De Phi E bill.

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9 Explains what public comment and announcement should be used for. It should be for the public to announce events and to comment on what the Student Association is doing. 9 Senators Issue Forum: This should be the time for the Senators bring issues from their constituents to the other senators, for them to question them and to then bring them back to their constituents. This should not be a forum for personal attacks. > Finance Report: o Secretary Blum gave report on behalf of Director Lorber 9460 94723 17-77 9482300 949600 COMMITTEE REPORTS 9 Finance Committee: -SLE.37.74: Recommended failure, it needs some serious work and more information > Procedure Committee: -Worked on a timeline for the Vice President to present bills to the president. Committee attendance policy and Senate Liaison. 9 Elections Committee: -Needs Senators to watch the polls during the special election this Monday. 9 Health and Safety: -Discussed how to address situations of violence. -Elected Senator Cooper to the Health and Safety Committee. 9 CCRT: -Spoke on how embarrassed she felt for the school, after reading some of the comment cards that were left by a Senator, and associates. She felt that this is something the Student Association was going to continue to push for seeing they increased the budget, yet by making these comments it's a step in the wrong direction. 9 Involvement: -Discussed going how they are going to let everyone know of the special election. -Shadow day will continue, and we hope that more people get involved. SENATORS ISSUES FORUM 9 Cannon: Found out that one of her constituents had leukemia and she wanted to see if the Senate would be interested in using the miss-a-meal to help her family pay for the medical costs. o Lawson: knows this girl and hopes the senate really considers this o Randolph: seems like a good idea.

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o Sharfenberger: suggests that maybe the senate figure out if we can find an outside donor to give the money directly to the individual, because we cannot. 9 Lipsky: reiterates what Senator Longley stated earlier. 9 Obrien: displeased that no one from the community or senate came to talk to them, and will never be coming to an event like that again. SPECIAL ORDERS SLE 37.96 Amendment #1 to SLE 37.44 Second: Bonanno Long: didn't we repeal? Salvador: Motion to withdrawal Second: Bonanno Salvador: SLE 37.44 was law and that is what we need to follow. Hockey: reads decision of Supreme Court. Says you cannot change it after its already been law. Salvador: request to take a vote Vote: 10-6-2 PASSED SLE. 37.97 amendment #2 Second: Cannon Salvador: motion to withdrawal bill for same reason Seeley: If we change it we override the court. Salvador: request to take a vote: Vote: 11-6-0 PASSES GENERAL ORDERS SLE. 37.74 Seeley: Thinks this has been bouncing around for to long. Randolph: Been too long. Not the job of the committees to rewrite bills. Reads lines from the bill and disagrees with them. Bishop: motion to withdrawal Second: Salvador Lawson: Thinks failing will be more powerful than withdrawing. Bishop: Motion to withdrawal his motion to withdrawal. Salvador: Request chair to take a vote. Vote: 0-16-0 FAILS SLE. 37.89 Long: Friendly amendment, line 42 change refer to submit. Bishop: Thinks its really good. Request to take a vote. Vote: 13-3-0 PASSED SLE 37.92 Randolph: Thinks bill has to be returned from president. Vote: 16-0-1 PASSED SLE. 37.93 Long: Wonders if there is enough money to take out of the account. Lawson: Money will come from the funds from next year.

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Long: Motion to withdrawal Second: Obrien Seeley: We should take care of this tonight. Long: Motion to withdrawal the withdrawal Long: Request to take a vote Vote: 13-0-1 PASSED Seeley: Request to take 5 minutes recess. 8:37 SLE. 37.95 Salvador: motion to amend in the following ways "strike lines 1-3, 14-15, 25-28 and 38-41. Second: Seeley Randolph: Wants to split amendment, thinks they are separate issues. And moves to divide. Vote on Amendment #1 "strike lines 1-3, 1415,25-28" -4-10-1 Vote on Amendment #2 "strike lines 38-41" 15-0-0 Randolph: Requests the chair to take a vote Vote: 1 1-1 -1 Passes SLE. 37.70 Cannon: motion to amend in the following manner: Change Amount on line 20 from 7000.00 to 8 17.77, and add lines 2 1 $6 10 from account 949 and after submitted add Rainbow Alliance and Women's Center." Second: Longley Randolph: We have no bills next week asking for funds, so why not just spend the money. Cannon: Requests chair to take a vote Vote: 14-0-0 197 NEW BUSINESS 198 RES.37.28 Second: Bonnano Kane: Motion to amend in the following manner: "Replace the "." With a comma after secretarial staff on line 13. and add "Charla Blurn, Faith Caffee, Cyndi Donovan, and Liz McGrath." Strike on line 13 "all of our" and replace with "the following members. -Second Puilcy -Vote 14-0-0 Bonnano: Motion to pass by acclimation RES.37.29 Second: Longley Bonnano: amend in the following ways "remove the names of the University president and the Chief of University Police." -Second Olineck Randolph: request the chair to take a vote via roll call -14-0-0

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS Shawn: will go to any hall council to talk about the NYPIRG bills Waffle: wants to thank all the proxies who came in to help keep quorum Hockey: reminds the senate of President Stanley's Formal Review this Monday and Beck and Lawson will be there, so address your concerns to them. Beck: Sheldon 24hr Relay team Friday night, Saturday morning.. 3 am. ROLL CALL Beck, Kane, Bonnano, Hurwit (Proxy), Long, Longley, Ruppert, Smith, Turner, Cannon, Randolph, Olineck, Clark (Proxy), Pufky. Adjournment: 9: 5Opm Sincerely submitted, Linnae Lehr Student Association Senate Clerk.

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b Student Association -h Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 30 April 2002 Senate Minutes Called to order: 6: 10 Role call: Beck, Kane, Bonanno, Bishop, Hurwitt, Bishop, Connelly, Long, Longley, Ruppert, Salvadore, Smith, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Olineck, Kohn, Pufky, OYBrien. Approval of the minutes: Long Second: Kohn Approval of agenda: Randolph: motion to amend in the following ways, New Business number nine, reconsider veto for Delta Phi E. Second: Hurwitt Pufky: motion to add Accounting Society loan under special orders Second: Long Salvadore: add 2002 Election Results to Special Orders Second: Long Approval of agenda: Long Second: Longley Public Comment and Announcement Gwertzman: Wants someone to explain court case. Wonders why it's the Supreme Court's right to punish one person for breaking a law and not another. Long: Stated that Seeley did not break any laws. Christian: Thinks this whole election is screwed up, thinks it's embarrassing and hopes it does not happens again. Motion to close: Kohn Second: Long NYPIRG REPORT Shawn: J Stated that they won! Thanked everyone in room who fought so hard to keep NYPIRG. Couldn't have done it without the students because NYPIRG is the students. J Sent 50 emails to Pataki and students were congratulated for their efforts. J Friday at 7:30 in the Hewitt Union food court Poetry Slam. Bring words and food and celebrate campus wide victory. J Monday Blue Vinyl at Steeper Bell at 7:00 in the Hewitt Union. The film won the Sun Dance Film Festival.

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GUEST OF THE SENATE Tim Barnhart: J Commends Greg for being intern president, thinks he did a wonderful job. J Comments on Chris Smith, Dan Lorber and Michelle. Thanks them formally. J Talks about the new president. Said how the last five weeks have been long, and how upsetting it may have been for Senators constituents votes not to have counted but says forget about what happened. Encourages Senators to continue their job effectively. J Knows its been frustrating for everyone, but his biggest concern it having one administration hating another, and the conflict happens because of relationships. EXECUTIVE REPORT Jim Seeley, Student Association President J Stated he has been sworn in and his votes been validated. J Wants everyone to notice the bulletin about the incident in Oneida Hall. J Going to avoid bringing new legislation as much as possible and just work with what he has. J Two positions that must be filled; Director of Finance and CTO: Charla Blun and Adam Long. Both passed with 213's. Greg Lawson Student Association Vice President J Attended evaluation of President Stanley. Main complaint that students thought she needed to be more visible and there for the students. J Demand everyone be respectful tonight. Wants to get through the meeting and thank everyone. J Senator of the month: Jen Longley! J Thank you's to Liz Magrath, Dan Lorber, Joe Storch, Chrystine Hubble and Larry Provost. J Discuss Senate procedure for withdrawing motions. Says it will be worked on this summer. Dan Lorber Student Association Director of Finance J 946: $0 947: $2,3 13.77 948: $2,300 949: $0 J States what he has done: Accounting manual for the last three years. Will pass it down to Charla. Hopefully she will keep some of the same policies. J Wrote accounting society bill and created accounting policy. J Switch pay roll, had a problem with them always messing up. Now have debit card and direct deposit. J Met a lot of great people with this position. A lot of the people in the room he wouldn't mind working with in the future. Will be the hardest part of leaving the job, the people.

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Seen the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branch stick up for what they believe in. Thought it was very respectable. He thought if majority thought it was right than you can't go wrong. Leaves phone number for after he graduates. Cell: 207-0166, Home number: 845744-4797 Thanks Justice Ken Wells and Michelle Sambothy Pleasure working with Tim and Chris. Hope everyone works together and remembers why Senate is here, for the students. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM Puflcy: Thanks everyone for this year. Never could imagine everything she could have learned. Tonight and this upcoming year is going to be very challenging but thinks everyone can learn if they have the courage to. Knows people have been very frustrated because they have given their all and haven't necessarily gotten the outcome they wanted. Thinks people question if in the end did it ever matter and she states that in the end it really does matter. Reads a passage on courage. Says she has seen more courage in Senate than ever before in her life and has learned so much. Rupert: Motion to suspend rules and add bill to pay for election. Second: Randolph Vote: 8:8:4 FAILS Lorber: Says its important Hank gets paid. Won't be able to work with him next year if he's not paid on time. Cannon: Do we have enough money? -:Yes. Hurwitt: Thanks Joe Storch. Went and checked out the SA meetings and got really interested because of him. Also thanks Hockey and Procedure Committee. Really learned a lot about the process of Senate and himself. Lipsky: Went to Supreme Court office and ballots weren't there. Wondering where they are. Chief Justice Hodgens: They are locked up outside the Supreme Court Office. Lipsky: Thinks Senate should know where they are locked up. Hodgen: Why? Lipsky: Should be able to know where they are. For all Senate knows Chief Justice Hodgens has them. Hodgen: Said they are in a secure location. Not her position to say where, up to Election Committee. Lipsky: Stated she was on the election committee. Hurwitt: Who made the decision for the ballots to be locked away? Lipsky: Wants an answer as to where they are. Hodgen: Stated again they were locked away. Lipsky: Said you cant do that. They are property of the Senate. You have to tell Senate where they are being kept, it doesn't mean Senate can go see them. No reason we can not know. Hodgen: Said the last time that they are locked away.

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Hurwitt: States he's glad it's a laughing matter. Lipsky: Talks about election committee. Said how before the last two meetings was only given an hour notice. Email concerning President Seeley was given out 45 minutes before meeting. States she and Longley were in class. Concerns of committee making discussions without all the committee members present. Rupert: There was a misreading of the ballots, called the meeting as soon as she could. Now the ballots are locked away. Lipsky: As a chair you made a decision without the committee? Rupert: Because there going to be archived. Lipsky: As a member of the election committee would like to know what's going on, feels Senate should know as well. Said goodbye to Dan and Jen. Bonanno: Question about miss-a-meal. Cannon: Miss-a-meal will be Wednesday the gth and Thursday the gth. Needs people to sign up, wants everyone to get more people involved. Bishop: States he also has short notice for the election committee. Lipsky has good points. Said there is little to no communication between committee and committee chair. Thinks Hodgens comments were childish and Senate should know where ballots are. Randolph: States that tonight Senate will be asked to validate election votes. Suggests Senate does not validate. Said everyone is disgusted by what happens, "The buck stops here." 1395 votes cast in election and said Seeley only received 380. Who gives jurisdiction over ballots to decide they can be hidden? Why doesn't the election committee know where they are? Wonders who made the decision. Makes motion to impeach Chief Justice Mia Hodgens. Lawson: rejects motion because it does not follow impeachment law. Senator Emeritus Provost: Urges Senate not to validate election. Reminds Senate of the outcome of election. Does not think it is a accurate representation of students Randolph: When students pay their SA fee they have certain expectations. Says this is not a democracy. O'Brien: If not validated will Seeley still be president? Randolph: Doesn't think anyone would know because its never happened before. Hubble: Wants her title Senator Emeritus taken away. Thinks it's embarrassing and detrimental to her future career. Takes out constitution and rips it up, thinks that's all its worth. Salvadore: Says Senate does not have to validate election results for them to be legal. Bishop: Based on the behavior of people, have come to a simple solution, some people will agree, some wont. Asks for Mia Hogens letter of resignation. And due to election results and lack of representation, asks President Jim Seeley keep in the back of his mind that maybe he should resign as student body president. Thinks he would have a hard time next year knowing he did not have full support. Gwertzman: States he went out on election day and voted for a president. 380 people are happy right now. Is speaking for everyone else who voted on election day. Olineck: Wonders what happens if election is not validated. Wants everyone to

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consider what might happen in the long term. You can take a stand, but how many senators will not be hear next semester. They wont be the ones to go back and tell people it didn't work out. One of the risks is the unknown. O'Brien: Asks that Mia Hodgens and Jim Seeley do not resign. Said she will give them a very hard time if they try to. Lipsky: Move to have the ballots turned over to the senate. Second: Dunn Lipsky: States its important Senate know where they are. They are property of the Student Association. No reason why they should be hidden. Randolph: Agrees with Senator Lipsky, they are property of the Student Association. Vote: 15-3-1 PASSED Salvadore: Yields time to Seeley: Yields time to Justice: States everyone had copies of the election. Already been counted, been validated. If people are interested in the votes next time don't have a candidate break the law. Randolph: How many voting committee members need to be present to have quorum and can committee chair vote? Lawson: From his knowledge that's how its been done. Pufky: agrees. Longley: Motion to reconsider a hasty action, Funds for Special Election. Second: O'Brien Pufky: Need to reconsider this. Hubble: Suggests that they come up with their own money, have them fundraise. 10-6-2 FAILED Motion to close: O'Brien Second: Ruppert COMMITTEE REPORT Finance Committee: Did not meet Procedure Committee: Did not meet. Policy Committee: Did not meet. Involvement Committee: Did not meet. Election Committee: Had to recount ballots. CCRT: Did not meet. Health and Safety: Did not have Quorum. Made some suggestions such as changing gloves in dining areas more frequently and making sure new parking plan accommodates student's needs. Storch: Wondering what is going on with the vending machines. Thought Health and Safety Committees were very good. SPECIAL ORDERS Accounting Society Loan SLE.37.99 submitted: ~en-~ufk~ Second: Longley Pufky: Yields to Director of Finance Dan Lorber: suggests amendments Pufky: Motion to amend in the following ways: change account 1602 to 6502 Second: Salvadore

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217 Vote: 16-0-0 PASSED 218 Puflcy: Motion to add lines "from an accounting society acct to acct #6502" 219 Second: Longley 220 Vote: 16-0-0 PASSED 22 1 Salvadore: Motion to take a vote on bill 222 Vote: 16-0-2 PASSED 223 224 SLE 37.87 2002 Elections Results 225 Submitted: Senator Valerie Ruppert 226 Second: Salvadore 227 228 Randolph: Reminds Senate again that Seeley had 380 votes. Said it was 1 out of 229 every 20 students. Wants Senate to take a stand. Motion to divide questions in 230 SLE 37.87. 23 1 Second: Bishop 232 Vote: 15-3-0 PASSED 233 Section One: 234 Salvadore: Thinks this is redundant. 235 Pufky: Should be verified. NYPIRG has done a excellent job. 236 Bonanno: Wonders if this was one of the questions discussed at Election 237 Committee Report. 238 Rupert: No. 239 Kohn: Request the chair to take a vote. F. 240 Vote: 16-0-2 PASSED 24 1 Section Two: 242 Randolph: Was a big supporter of the goose, states its not his fault! 243 Turner: States the geese make a tremendous mess, but its good for 244 the grass so thinks we should vote yes! 245 Pufky: Request to take a vote: 246 Vote: 18-0-0 PASSED 247 Section Three: 248 Randolph: Reminds Senate again President Seeley only receive 380 votes. 249 Says it is not a democracy, wants Senate to vote no. 250 Chief Justice Hodgens: Says this has nothing to do with confirmation. 25 1 Election Committee validated and counted ballots. 252 Bonanno: Does not think a emergency meeting is a accurate or fair 253 representation of election committee. 254 Rupert: States that's all the time she had. When she found out she ran, 25 5 got everyone together to try and fix the mistake. 256 Salvadore: Its well over 10%. States it does not matter if you validate it or 257 not. Thinks this is a mute point and redundant. 258 Cannon: Wonders why the emergency meeting was so important. 259 Rupert: Didn't realize until today something wasn't correct. 260 Smith: Encourages Senate to fail and isn't comfortable having President 26 1 Seeley signing the NYPIRG ballots. 262 O'Brien: Call to question

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Second: Salvadore Vote: 17-1 -0 question called Vote: 3-1 5-0 FAILED NEW BUSINESS RES. 37.30 Thank You Kenneth Wells Randolph: Motion to pass by acclamation Second: Pufky RES. 37.3 1 Thank You Michelle Sandbothe Second: Bonanno Proxy: Motion to pass by acclamation RES. 37.32 Thank You Jen Longley Second: Beck Randolph: Motion to pass by acclamation RES. 37.33 Thank You Valerie Ruppert Second: O'Brien Bonanno: request to take a vote PASSED 6-5-5 RES. 37.34 Farewell to Joseph Storch Second: Dunn Randolph: States it would be impossible to sum up everything Joe Storch has done. Was the reason he got involved in Senate. Senator Emeritus Provost: No one has more love for SUNY Oswego. Chief Justice Hodgen: Commends Joe and thanks him for all he has done. Cannon: Said no resolution could ever thank him enough. States he has contributed to the campus so much and is a great role model and friend. Yields time to Jeff: If it weren't for him I'd be somewhere else. Thanks Joe. Pufky: Thanks him for everything. Storch: Said this was more then he could have ever hoped for. Met so many people. Thanks everyone. PASSED 13-2-0 RES. 37.35 Support of Renovating Oswego Public Library Submitted: Senator Brianne Cannon Second: Pufky Cannon: States there are plans for a new Library, thinks it would look good if Senate supported it. Beck: Pass by process of acclamation. RES. 37.36 Thanks to Christopher R. Smith Second: Pufky

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Randolph: Done an amazing job. Thanks Chris. Kane: Asst. hall director, always really friendly and punctual. Lawson: Thinks the statement larger than life fits him well. He is always happy with a lot of energy. Says he is an amazing person. Beck: Motion to pass by acclamation. RES. 37.37 Thanks to Director of Finance Dan Lorber Randolph: Said Dan does a awesome job. Always been so helpful. Hockey: States Dan is so generous and hopes to stay in touch. Thanks him for everything. Storch: Gave him one piece of advice that seemed to separate the good finance directors from the bad ones, do the numbers, the job and stay out of the politics. He seems to have done a really good job, good to be here and see him congratulated. Lawson: This past month without Dan doesn't know what would have happened. He was always skipping through the office. Most dedicated person I've ever met. Puflcy: Said Dan's been such a good friend, always trusting. This years been so hard, but he was always there. Kane: Motion to pass by acclamation. Second: Bonanno SLE. 37.87 Delta Phi Epsilon Lawson: After research found out it was against board of trustees policy. Vote: 0-10-2 335 UNFINISHED BUISNESS Bonanno: Thanks Senate and hall. Senate was a great learning experience. Thanks Michelle and Miritza. All personal issues aside stay strong and represent your people. Longley: Hopes everyone coming back learns from this mistake. Thanks Storch, Hockey, Mom and Dad. Good luck to everyone next year. Cannon: Reminds everyone of miss-a-meal. Waffle: Wondering what the status with the ballots is, where are they? Also wondering if the first NYPIRG in the referendum will be counted? Lawson: It's a decision made by the executive branch. Long: Thinks its because they want to make sure no one in messing with them. Waffle: With all do respect, how do they know they are not being tampered with right now. Senator Emeritus Provost: Last meeting, will be going to law school. Said he's never been more proud of the Senate. Thanks everyone. Kane: Thanks to everyone for the 24 how relay. Hodgen: Said she respects everyone in Senate and wishes everyone good luck over the summer and in the future. Salvadore: Congratulates the goose for winning!

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355 Storch: Thanks everyone for everything. 356 357 Meeting adjourned: 9:30 pm 358 Second: Longley 359 360 Respectfully Submitted, 361 362 Linnae Lehr 363 Student Association Senate Clerk 364 365

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% Student Association 4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: saQoswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 4" Meeting 25 September 2001 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Proclamation [PR0.37.01] Thank You for Your Service on September 11,2001 our nation was dramatically affected by the despicable and inexcusable terrorists attacks of the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and over Pennsylvania; and there have been thousands of volunteers, be it locally, nationally, andlor globally to assist in the relief efforts of these disastrous attacks; and countless medical professionals, firefighters, police officers, military personnel, and volunteers have braved death every day in order to rescue people from rubble, recover the dead, give support to those who have been affected by the tragedies, and defend our nation; and many, if not most of these volunteers are ordinary people doing extraordinary things; and words cannot describe the love, support, and dedication these individuals show to their families, friends, and nation; and these people deserve an official thank you. THEREFORE BE IT PROCLAMED by the Student Association Executive Board at the State University of New York College at Oswego that we thank the medical professionals, firefighters, police officers, military personnel and volunteers that have provided support for the relief efforts of the terrorists attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and over Pennsylvania. P dTimothy R. Barnhart Daniel A. Lorber t President Vlce President Director of Finance t

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Student Association Executive Order [EX0.37.01] Creation of SAFE ZONES WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, untold and often unspoken divisions exist on this campus between different campus groups and people including but not limited to Greeks, non-Greeks, liberals, conservatives, heterosexuals, homosexuals, veterans, pacifists, spiritual groups, etc.; and often these divisions, due to an atmosphere of fear and political correctness, are not discussed and result in separation, mistrust, misjudgment, and self imposed segregation from other groups; and while different people will never totally agree on every issue close to their heart it is important to, at the very least, discuss these issues without fear of being labeled; for the greatest attributes of the liberal education are to discuss all points of view and differences of opinion no matter how unpopular; and in the interest of student involvement and creating a better atmosphere, the Student Association is assuming a more active role in the struggle to create an understanding amongst campus groups and individuals while maintaining differences. THEREFORE BE IT ORDERED by the Student Association Executive Branch of the State University of New York College at Oswego that it pledge its cooperation behind the idea, spirit, and staff of SAFE ZONES and orders that SAFE ZONES be created. BE IT FURTHER ORDERED that the Executive Branch will continue in discussions with the administration, the student body, and campus groups to coordinate and continue funding for SAFE ZONES. Timothy R. hart, Wesident l?e#vice President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Executive Order [EX0.37.02] College-Community Exchange Days it is important that SUNY College at Oswego and its officials develop a positive and understanding relationship with the city of Oswego and its officials; and; the annual College-Community Exchange Days were established to help develop and continue this positive and understanding relationship between the city government and the Student Association; and the City of Oswego Common Council will participate in the governmental process of the SUNY Oswego Student Association; and in turn, the Student Association will participate in the governmental process of the City of Oswego Common Council. THEREFORE BE IT ORDERED by the Student Association Executive Branch of the State University of New York College at Oswego that Tuesday February 12,2002 and Monday March 11,2002 shall be deemed COLLEGE COMMUNITY EXCHANGE DAYS BE IT FURTHER ORDERED that the Executive Branch encourage all students of SUNY Oswego and all members of the Student Association to continue to gain a larger perspective and better understanding of the issues that are important to the university and to the Oswego community. \ Timothy R. Barnhart Christopher L. Hock Student Association President Student Association Vice President

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udent Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 1" Meeting 1 May 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.01] Amendment to SLE 36.77 Intramural Account Transfer WHEREAS, SLE 36.77 transferred incorrect amounts into the accounts that were listed; and WHEREAS, Intramural Sports and Recreation still require an account transfer to prevent accounts from going into the red. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the transfers to take place in SLE 36.77 not occur. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that SLE 36.77 be amended in the following manner: transfer the amount of $2,400.00 from account number 477-1 to account #476 to correctly cover the cost of administrative assistants payroll. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the amount of $2,100.00 be transferred from account number 475 to account #471 to correctly cover the cost of expenses for new programming and equipment this semester at the State University of New York College at Oswego. SUBMITTED BY: Christine Staufenberg, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed 17Y ON OA Timothy R. kahhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 05 -r7-o( 17 May 2001 Date Signed by President

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Student Association % Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2"' Meeting 4 September 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.02] Amendment #2 to SLE 36.27 Student Association Financial Policy WHEREAS, the date of submission of Tier-2 budget allocations is incorrectly stated in the Financial Policy; and WHEREAS, it is potentially possible for Tier-2 organizations to receive their allocations in a more timely manner; and WHEREAS, this bill will correct the date of submission to be correctly stated. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that the following lines (33-34) be removed from page 17, section XV. 2A of SLE 36.27: "All Tier 2 clubs submit a line by line budget request to the budget council by the second academic Friday of September." BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the sentence removed be replaced with the following new sentence: "All Tier 2 clubs submit a line-by-line budget request to the budget council by the second academic Friday of the fall semester." BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the following lines (40-43) be removed from page 17, section XV. 2A of SLE 36.27: "At the last Student Association Senate meeting of September, the Finance Department shall submit a Tier 2 allocation bill with specific line-byline allocations." BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the sentence removed be replaced with the following new sentence: "Depending on the date Budget Council notifies organizations of their line-by-line budget recommendations, the Finance Department shall submit legislation to the Senate with specific line-by-line allocations for Tier 2 organizations." BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the following lines (1-3) be removed from page 18, section XV. 2A of SLE 36.27: "The Student Association Senate will consider the club allocation at the first meeting in October."

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Page 2 BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the sentence removed be replaced with the following new sentence: "The Student Association Senate will consider the club allocation at the first Senate meeting immediately following the Senate meeting at which appeals are heard." BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that a revised Financial Policy be printed with these corrections made. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch AUTHORED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 19Y ON OA DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 09.-07-ol 7 September 2001 Date Signed by President

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p. *. Student Association 4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: saQoswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2nd Meeting 4 September 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.03] Amendment to SLE 22.3: Proposed Increase in the Ceiling for Cashing Payroll WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Checks at Check Cashing SLE 22.3 regulates an upper limit for Student Association check cashing; and the bill is beyond outdated; and this set upper limit inhibits check-cashing abilities. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that this amendment revokes all upper limits stated in SLE 22.3 for the Student Association check cashing service. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that any upper limit set for the check cashing service shall be set by the Student Association President. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch AUTHORED BY: Daniel A Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-0 Timothy R. Barnhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 09 43-oI 22 September 2001 Date Signed by President



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK COLLEGE at OSWEGO 37TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION 2001 2002 Timothy Barnhar, President ~hrisio~her Hockey, Vice President Daniel Lorber, Director of Finance

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Legislation Number 37th Legislative Session Index Legislation Title Thank You For Your Service Creation of Safe Zone College-Community Exchange Days Amendment to SLE.36.76 Intramural Account Transfer Amendment #2 SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy Amendment to SLE.22.03 Proposed Increase in Check Cashing Amendment #3 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy Senate Liaison System Amendment to SLE.36.03 Committee Structure Bill Freshmen Senator Program Re-Itemizing of WTOP Three Year Plan Account Amendment #4 to SLE.36.37 Student Association Financial Policy Annual Tier 2 Fund Disbursement Purchase of Inventory System Amendment #5 to SLE.37.26 Student Association Financial Policy Funds for Del Sarte On Campus Crisis Line x77f7 Funds for Community Services Early Agenda Bills and Minutes Transfer for Employment Transfer for Safe Codes Funds for Fensing Amendment #6 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy: Money Transfers Funds for French Club Amendment #7 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy By-Law Amendment: Presidential Appointments Amendment #8 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy: Line By Line Budgets Amendment #9. to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy: Direct Orders Amendment #I0 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy: Non-monentary Donations Senate Action

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Legislation Number SLE37.27 SLE.37.28 SLE.37.29 SLE.37.30 SLE.37.31 SLE.37.32 SLE.37.33 SLE.37.34 SLE.37.35 SLE.37.36 SLE.37.37 SLE.37.38 SLE.37.39 SLE.37.40 SLE.37.42 SLE.37.43 SLE.37.44 SLE.37.45 SLE.37.46 SLE.37.47 SLE.37.48 SLE.37.49 SLE.37.50 SLE.37.51 SLE.37.52 SLE.37.53 SLE.37.54 SLE.37.55 SLE.37.56 SLE.37.57 SLE.37.58 SLE.37.59 SLE.37.60. SLE.37.61 Legislation Title Gospel Choir Phone Account Amendment #11 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy Amendment #12 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy: Alcohol Policy Amendment #13 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy: Donation Paid Positions in SA Blackfriars Payroll Account Discount for Student Services Employees Change of Name for Recruitment Committee Creation of Fire Safety Liaison Organization's Tier Status for 2002-03 New Election Law By Law Amendment: Defination of Censure By Law Amendment: Defination of Impeachment By Law Amendment: Defination of Recall Elections Schedule Senate Packets Questions for Referendum Additional Funding for Student Services Telephone Account Increase in SA Fee SA Senate Attendance Policy Funds for Student Services Flower Cooler NYPIRG Referenda Questions for Referenda NYPlRG BUDGET Referenda for Maya Angelou Funds for Senate Packets Funds for Senate Clerk Acceptance of Budget Requests By Law Amendment: By Law Amendmet Procedure Amendment #14 to Student Association Financial Policy: Lump Sum Option Funds for Mens Rugby Name Change for Recruitment Committee Maya Angelou Referenda Competitive Club Sport Team Coaches Policy Senate Action P P W W W P W v P P v P P P P P P P P P P P W W v P P P P P P P W P

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Legislation Number SLE.37.62 SLE.37.63 SLE.37.64 SLE.37.65 SLE.37.66 SLE.37.67 SLE.37.69 SLE.37.70 SLE.37.71 SLE.37.72 SLE.37.73 SLE.37.74 SLE.37.75 SLE.37.76 SLE.37.77 SLE.37.78 SLE.37.79 SLE.37.80 SLE.37.81 SLE.37.82 SLE.37.83 SLE.37.84 SLE.37.85 SLE.37.86 SLE.37.87 SLE.37.88 SLE.37.89 SLE.37.90 SLE.37.91 SLE.37.92 SLE.37.93 SLE.37.95 SLE.37.96 SLE.37.97 Legislation Title Legislative Review By Law Amendment: Transition Protocol Funds for New Director of Finance Purchase of CD for Crew Club Funds for Mimi Gonzalas Funds for WNYO Concert Funds for SAPB May Day Funds for Backyard Jam Funds for Blackfriars Funds for PRSSA Amendment #15 to SLE.36.27: Budget Council Allociation Criteria Amendment #16 to SLE.37.27: Procedure for Contracts Amendment #17 to SLE.37.27: lnvolvement Fair 2001 -02 Creation and Appropriation of Involvement Fair Incentive Account Amendment #18 to SLE.37.27: Leadership Training Seminar Procedure for Special Performance Account Funds for Womens Rugby Committee Procedure I Committee Procedure II COPE Funding for International Awareness and Peace Week Funding for Keynote Banquet Speaker Date Change for SLE.37.67 Funds for Capoeria Funds for Storytellers Guild 2002 Election Results Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority Bone Marrow Drive Student Association 2002-2003 Budget Referendum By Law Amendment Special Election Creation of Student Association Mascot By Law Amendment: Veto Procedure Amendment #1 to SLE.37.58 Funds for Mens Club Rugby Request for Referendum Results Amendment #1 to SLE.37.85 Funds for Storytellers Guild Senate Action F P P P P P T P W P P F F T P F P P P P P P P P P v P P P P P P v P

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Legislation Number SLE.37.98 SLE.37.99 SLE.37.100 SLE.37.101 Res.37.01 res.37.02 res.37.03 res.37.04 res.37.05 res.37.06 res.37.07 res.37.08 res.37.09 res.37.10 res.37.11 res.37.12 res.37.13 res.37.18 res.37.19 res.37.20 res.37.22 res.37.23 res.37.24 res.37.25 res.37.26 res.37.27 res.37.28 res.37.29 res.37.30 res.37.31 res.37.32 res.37.33 res.37.34 res.37.35 Legislation Title Amendment #2 to SLE.37.44 Amendment #I to SLE.37.44 Amendment to SLE.37.87 2002 Election Results Accounting Society Loan Thank You Lauren Johnson Thank You Christopher Pannazzo Thank You Christine Seekamp Thank You Christine Staufenberg Thank You Fred Vigeant Thank You Leigh Wyshosky Thank You Ryan Kemp Thank You Philip Kim Thanks Shannon Rose Merrick Miss-A-Meal Thank You For Your Service Safety First Policy Thank You Senator Chrystina Hubbelle Assembly Redistricting Governor Pataki's Tap Proposal Thank You Kim Stagmayer Thank You Timothy R. Barnhart Thank You Christopher Hockey Thank You John Turbeville Thank You Elizabeth Francis Thank You Ben JakesJohnson Thank You Jon Figliulo Recgonition of Hard Working Secretaries Students Against Violence Thank You Kenneth M. Wells II Thank You Michelle Sandboothe Thank You Jen Longley Thank You Valarie Ruppert Farwell Joeseph Storch Support Renovating Oswego Public Library Senate Action W W P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P

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Legislation Number Legislation Title res.37.36 Thank You Christopher R. Smith res.37.37 Thank You Danial Lorber Senate Action P P

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 1 May 2001 Agenda I. 11. HI. N. v. VI. VII. vm. IX* X. XI. XII. Call to Order Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Roll Call Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Christine Staufenberg, Director of Finance Director Announcements Senator Issues Forum Committee Reports Special Orders SLE.36.76 Consideration of Legislation/Fairness Amendment to Financial Bill General Orders k Legislation Pending New Business k New Legislation Public Comment and Announcements Adjournment

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. Student Association a Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 a Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 1 st Meeting 1 May 2001 SENATE MINUTES 1. The meeting started at 6:00 P.M. 2. 16 Senators were present 3. Senators present: Lawson, Hubbell, Hurwit, Bishop, Blum, Kitz, Long, Longley, 4. O'Connor, Smith, White, Doser, Jones, Randolf, Lipsky, O'Brien. 5. O'Brien: Approval of Minutes 6. Hubbell: Second 7. Randolf: Approval of Agenda 8. Blum: Second 9. 10. GUESTS OF SENATE 1 1. SUNY Oswego STEP Program was scheduled to perform but did not show up. 12. 13. Executive Re~ort 14. President Tim Barnhart: 15. Welcomed all new senators. Urged the Senate to remember to respect each other. 16. Encouraged Senate to work together as a team. Appointed new cabinet members: 17. Executive assistant Mike Kanick, Director of Academic Affairs Jenny Boyce, 18. Director of Student Affairs John Tuberville, Director of Finance Dan Lorber, Director 19. of Greek Affairs Beth Francis and Supreme Court Justice Mia Hodgins. 20. (Nominations were accepted by Senate by a 213 vote) 21. 22. Vice President Christopher Hockey: 23. Welcomed new Senators. May Day was a success. Explained that the CCRC 24. committee is going through reconstruction. Senator Longley was elected off campus 25. chair. Would like to start random seating again. 26. 27. Christine Staufenberg Director of Finance: 28. Explained why IRSA bill was corrected. Thanked all those who she worked with 29. throughout the year. 30. 31. #946$-2,218.04 32. # 947 $ 7,200 33. #948$0

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34. #949 $299.00 35. 36. NYPIRG Re~ort 37. None 38. 39. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM 40. Hubbell: Is working on the program to get senators school credit for participating in 4 1. Senate with Senator Hurwit. 42. 43. COMMITTEE REPORTS 44. Procedure: None 45. 46. Policy: None 47. 48. Finance: None 49. 50. Health Safety and Environment: None 5 1. 52. College Community Relations: None 53. 54. Recruitment: None 55. 56. Elections: None 57. 58. SPECIAL ORDERS 59. SLE.36.77 Intramural Sports and Recreation Account Transfer 60. Randolt Second 6 1. Vote taken: 17-0-0 62. Passes 63. 64. GENERAL ORDERS 65. A. Legislation Pending 66. RES. 37.0 1 Thanks to Lauren Johnson 67. Lipsky: Second 68. Bishop: Motion to Pass by Acclamation 69. Passes 70. 71. RES.37.02 thanks to Christopher Pannozo 72. Barnes: Second 73. Bishop: Motion to Pass by Acclamation 74. Long: Second 75. Passes 76. 77. RES.37.03 Thanks to Christine Seekamp 78. O'Conner Second 79. Hubbell: Motion to pass by Acclamation

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80. Lipsky: Second 8 1. Passes 82. 83. RES.37.04 Thanks to Christine Staufenberg 84. Barnes; Second 85. Hwit: Motion to pass by Acclamation 86. Lipsky: second 87. Passes 88. 89. RES.37.05 Thanks to Fred Vigeant 90. Doser: Second 91. Hurwit: Motion to pass by Acclamation 92. Lipsky: Second 93. Passes 94. 95. RES.37.06 Thanks to Leigh Wyshosky 96. Barnes: Second 97. O'Connell: Motion to pass by Acclamation 98. Doser: Second 99. Passes RES.37.07 Thanks to Ryan Kemp Doser: second Blum: Motion to Pass by Acclamation Passes RES37.08 Thanks to Philip Kim Bishop: Second Blurn: Motion to pass by Acclamation Lipsky: Second Passes RES. 37.09 Thank To Shannon Rose Merrick Blwn: Second Lipsky: Motion to Pass by Acclamation O'Connell: Second Passes 117. NEW BUSINESS 1 18. A. New Legislation 119. 120. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 12 1. Hurwit: Good luck on finals and have a great semester. 122. Respectfully submitted by: 123. Kimberly Stegmayer 124. S.A. Clerk

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Student Association e Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37"' Legislative Session 2"* Meeting 4 September 2001 Agenda I. II. 111. IV. v. VI. VII. VIII IX. X. XI. XII. Call to Order Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Roll Call Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements Signing of EX0.37.01 Creation of SAFE ZONES NYPIRG Report Senator Issues Forum Special Orders SLE.37.02 Amendment #2 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy SLE.37.06 Amendment to SLE.36.03 Committee Structure Bill SLE.37.07 Freshman Senator Program New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.03 Amendment to SLE.22.03 Proposed Increase in the Ceiling for Cashing Payroll Checks at Check Cashing 2. SLE.37.04 Amendment #3 to SLE.37.27 Student Association Financial Policy 3. SLE.37.05 Senate Liaison System Public Comment and Announcements Adjournment

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Faxi: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: raOoswego.edu Website: wnwoswego.edu/-sa August 28,2001 Dear Senator, Congratulations, and welcome to the 37" session of the Student Association Senate. Your desire and willingness to serve as a Senator is a step on the path towards not only personal growth but rewards that the entire campus community can enjoy. As a Senator and student leader, be aware of the immense responsibility you have chosen to take on. As a student leader you will be faced with many challenging questions, difficult decisions, and worthwhile experiences throughout this year. You're faced with the responsibility of being a leader who uses strong ethical judgement; a leader who asks questions, finds the answers, and then questions the answers they are given; and a leader who realizes that the discussions they have and the decisions they make will affect the entire student body, and at times the entire campus community. Before voting on any legislation, I encourage you to speak with the subrnitter(s) of the legislation, your constituents, the Executive Branch, University Administration, and all the other parties who could possibly be affected by the passage or failure of the bill. The most important thing to remember is that things you say and do affect more people than are readily visible to you. These people will look to you for assistance and commend you when you give it. Your role as a Senator will afford you the opportunity to be involved in a number of issues, both SA related and otherwise. I encourage you to take advantage of those opportunities and become a leader not only in Senate, but across campus as well. We in the executive branch are here to assist you in any way we can. As the saying goes, my door will be open to you as needed. In our society it is not only permissible to question our leaders, it is expected. I encourage you to treat me in that same way. Please do not hesitate to come to me with any questions, comments, or concerns you may have throughout the year. Again, your willingness to serve as a Senator is commendable. Congratulations and good luck in the upcoming year, I am looking forward to working with you to help accomplish many wonderful things for our campus. Sincerely, Tf-Timothy R. amh hart Student Association President

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Student Association sOswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting 4 September 2001 SENATE MINUTES 1. The meeting started at 6: 10 P.M. 2. 19 Senators were present 3. Senators present: Lawson, Hubbell, Hurwit, Joyner, Bishop, Blurn, Connolly, Long, 4. Longley, O'Connor, Smith, White, Salvadore, Lipsky, Doser, Jones, Randolph, Kohn, 5. O'Brien. 6. Connelly: Approval of Minutes 7. Lawson: Second 8. Randolf: Approval of Agenda 9. Hubbell: Objection, Motion to move SLE.37.07 to New Legislation. 10. Lawson: Second 1 1. Vote Taken: 14-1 -0 12. S.L.E.37.07 Moved to New Business 13. Lipsky: Approval of Agenda 14. Hurwit: Second 15. 16. GUESTS OF SENATE 17. None 18. 19. EXECUTIVE REPORT 20. President Tim Barnhart: 21. Read letter he wrote to Senators. Discussed how he is working hard to build good 22. teams to lead the Senate. Discussed how a Mural was painted in the SA office. Feels 23. this mural brings respect to the SA offices. Spent a total of $10,000 on SA computer 24. center, the grand opening will be Sept. 10,2001. Explained SLE.37.04 and how 25. organizations will not have to submit new constitutions unless they want to change the 26. content of their old one. Favors the new Freshman Senator program, has full campus 27. support. Feels this will get freshman involved. Spent summer meeting with other SA 28. government organization. Talked about ways to improve Senate. Feels our Senate is 29. doing well when compared to others. Tech fee has increased due to the up keep of the 30. network. Also noted the changes in the student handbook. Orientation went well. The

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3 1. GST classes are presently visiting the SA offices. Discussed how directors and 32. assistants went on a rope course and had to work as a team. Found it to be very 33. rewarding. Would like to set up the same kind of activity for the whole senate to 34. participate in. His directors have spent the whole summer getting ready for the 35. semester. Explained what the position of Human Resources will do internally. The 36. "Go Greek" Fair went very well. Next week will bring supreme court justice 37. appointees Scott Kendenberg and Ken Wells in front of Senate to be appointed. 38. Reminded Senate to remember to treat people with respect and not to offend anyone. 39. 40. Vice President Christopher Hockey: 41. Read letter of encouragement from former senator Larry Provost. The SA computer 42. center will be opened Sept 10,2001. Contains 6 new computers, a new scanner, and 43. new graphics programs. Senator Lawson's work with Online voting is going well. 44. Orientation went well. Explained the freshman senator program is a vehicle to get 45. freshman involved. Allows more seats for freshman. The SA website will be up and 46. fully running by October. Explained how legislation review sheets and amendment 47. proposal forms were changed. Introduced chief of staff Rebecca Sutter. Reminded 48. senators that they must go to Senate training or they will not be able to vote. 49. Discussed how the ropes course he participated in showed him strengths as well as 50. weaknesses he didn't realize he had. Would like to have senate participate in one. If 5 1. you are interested please see him. Senate binders will be ready soon. Needs 52. volunteers for condom stuffing. Legislation is due no later then Friday at 4PM. 53. 54. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: 55. Had a productive summer. Explained the $4,000 rehd for the SAVAC ambulance. 56. Purchased inventory software that will help SA keep track of what and where things 57. are. 37.02 gives flexibility o to Senate to approve budget 37.03 Helps check 58. cashing keep up with changing needs of students. If you would like to see last years 59. audit please see him. 60. 61. #946$ 2,000 62. # 947 $12,500 63. # 948 $ 3,000 64. #949 $ 4,000 65. 66. Simin~ of EX0.37.01 Creation of Safe Zones 67. This will begin in October. This will be a forum where students can get together and 68. discuss diversity. 69. 70. NYPIRG Re~ort 7 1. Explained what NYPIRG is for new senators. There is a general interest meeting on 72. Sept. 12,2001 @ 7 PM in the formal lounge. Discussed how NYPIRG is entirely run 73. by students. Explained the many things NYPIRG plans to do for the semester. Urged 74. people to please go out and vote. Talked about toxic waste dumps and legislation that 75. is in the works to clean it up. Internships are available. 76.

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77. 78. 79. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM 80. Connolly: Welcomed everyone back, don't get discouraged if all this is a little 8 1. overwhelming, you will get used to it. 82. 83. SPECIAL ORDERS 84. SLE. 3 7.02 Amendment #2 to S. L. E. 36.2 7Student Association Financial Policy 85. Blum: Second 86. Vote taken: 19-0-0 87. Passes 88. 89. SLE.3 7.06 Amendment to SLE.36.03 Committees Structure Bill 90. Hubbell: Second 91. Hockey: explained that this bill will help committees focus better on their tasks and 92. increase attendance at meetings. 93. Randolt thinks this is a great idea. 94. Vote taken: 19-0-0 95. Passes 96. 97. Elections: 98. Budget Council Rep. 99. 100. President Pro Temp 101. 102. Procedure Chair 103. Procedure Members 104. 105. 106. 107. 1 08. Finance Chair 109. Finance Members 110. 111. 112. 1 13. Policy Chair 1 14. Policy Members 115. 116. Charla Blum Greg Lawson Greg Lawson Brian Randolph Marci Doser Ashley Lipsky Josh Hurwit Charla Blum Shana White Time Bishop Daniel Kohn Josh Hurwit Luke Connelly Christina Hubbell 1 17. Health Safety and Environment Chair Christina Hubbell 118. Members Frank Salvadore 119. Shana White 120. 12 1. Elections Chair Brian Randolph 122. Election Members Jen Longely

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123. Greg Lawson 124. Adam Long 125. Recruitment Chair Tim Bishop 126. 127. NEW BUSINESS 128. A. New Legislation 129. SLE.37.03 Amendment to SLE.22.03 Proposed Increase in the ceiling for 130. cashing payroll checks at check cashing 13 1. Randolph: Second 132. Referred to Policy and Finance 133. 134. SLE.37.04 Amendment #3 to SLE.37.27 Student Association Financial Policy 135. Doser: Second 136. Referred to Finance, Policy, and Procedure 137. 138. SLE.37.05 Senate Liaison System 139. Randolph: Second 140. Referred to Policy and Procedure 141. 142. SLE.37.07 Freshman Senator Program 143. Long: Second 144. Referred to Procedure 145. 146. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 147. O'Conner: WTOP is having a meeting tomorrow in Steeper Bell @ 7:00 PM 148. 149. Barnhart: Congrats on a nice meeting. University Police is in the process of 150. building a new parking lot. Asked Senate if they would like to have SA Senate 15 1. shirts made. 152. 153. Lorber: He is in his office if you ever need him 154. 155. Barnhart: All directors are here and willing to help. 156. 157. Hockey: Thanked senators for sitting through this long meeting. He is excited 158. about this year. 159. 160. 16 1. Respectfully submitted by: 162. Kimberly Stegmayer 163. S.A. Clerk

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, IVY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37"' Legislative Session 3'* Meeting 19 September 2001 Agenda VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. XI. XII. XIII. Call to Order Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Roll Call Guests of the Senate Michael Paestella, Asst. Director of Campus Life for Student Organization Services Ben Jakes-Johnson, SA Director of Human Resources Matt Snow, SAPB Shawn Ganley, WTOP Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements NYPIRG Report Senator Issues Forum Special Orders SLE.37.08 Re-Itemizing of WTOP Three Year Plan Account General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.03 Amendment to SLE.22.03 Proposed Increase in the Ceiling for Cashing Payroll Checks at Check Cashing 2. SLE.37.04 Amendment #3 to SLE.37.27 Student Association Financial Policy 3. SLE.37.05 Senate Liaison System 4. SLE.37.07 Freshman Senator Program New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.09 Amendment to SLE.26.27 Dollar Amount of Inventoried Items 2. SLE.37.10 Annual Tier 2 Funding Disbursement 3. SLE.37.11 Purchase of Inventory System 4. SLE.37.12 Amendment to SLE.26.27 Monthly Summaries Public Comment and Announcements Roll Call Adjournment

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York -202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senete 3Ph ~eglslatiw? session 3* Meeting 19 Sept* 2001 Senatte Minutes The meting was called to ader at 6:10 P.M. A#xaal01 Mmhs: Connelly second: ashop &pmal dma: CXjedicn: Salvadae, Mdim to mum SLE 37.08 to Nmv BLrsiness Hum Wd like more time to lock at till also We Taken: 4-1 SO Mdlm Fails Pryxcmal Of &em%: Randdph 10.sewnd: Lmg 1 1. Senators Resent: 12. 13.GUESTS OF SENATE 14. IMSctmel Paestella Mistant Mredor d Carr(xrs Life fa Student Organization 15. Secuic85: Elplainsd how he is w daff menber this 88m85fw. I+ usad to at 16. The Uli* d Wscamin. WII team with team buldng and mecJation. Read 17. a inspiring qucte and wished the senate a good semester. 18. 19. Ben JakesJohm SA Diredar d Wmn Resouces: mained a brief 20. desaipion c# the tile d Wrnan Resarce Director. Ciscl#;sed hcm his j& is 21. a bridge between enplgcer and emplcyee. Feels that since he has been in 22. SAfor years he has good experience. Hs goels are to make up rues for 23. emplgrees, jd~ descriflions, conpensation, and emluatims far all 24. errplgrees. lhis will be an ongoing position. Hs mce is shared with legal 25. aide, if haw any questions please do rot to hesitate to cutad him 26. 27. Shawn Ganley VVTOP Bplained to Senate why SLE 37.08 needs to be 28. passed. R'scussed what the bill entailed. 29. 30. Larry R& Senator tineritus: Explained kw he was at gouxf zero,

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31. and what I felt to be there. Wanted to tell Senate tmv he feels we can help. 32. Senate can help by praying, donated Hood suppdng the rflltq and being r 33. ready fcr what Is ahead. 34. 36. TimAhy R. Bamhart Resident: 37. Med Senate wlth two new appdntees fcr Sqmme Cart, Scdt 38. Kendenberg and Ken Wls. 39. We taken: 2142 ( appointees appointed) 40.Wall ne~l Senators. Cmgatulated the elections comittee, they 41. were wry dedcated and w#kd well as a team Carg#tllated budg& 42. council, no uganlzrrtlarw appealed. $25,000 wlll do to tier 2 argeniratlans. 43. There Is $4,000 left to go lnto account # 947. Thanked eLrleryone who part& 44. in the Student invplwrnent fair. There is a leadership amference Srrpt. 29, 45. urged the Senate to go. If ya~ am interested in going please tell him Is 46. curently worldng on a nission statement for SA If anyone has any ideas 47. regardng students get IWwd please see him Thanked everyme who 48. came to the lnprmr@u senate Wing last week. Talked abcU thin@ that 49. oould be done to help thm effected by Sept 11,2001 tragedy. Wd like to 50. mite a resdlrtion thanking the actninistration for handing the Sept. 1 1,2001 t 51. tragedy well. RmiW canpus senators they rmrst haw clffice hars at I 52. east cnce a week. There wlll be a concert next week, please by to attend. 53. SLE37.07 Is a good Idea and wlll giw more rlgMs to Freshman to get 54. iMa. Tday was Mary Jo Fords last day, wadd like to thank her and wish 55. her the be& in mhing she does, 56. 57. CMstopher L. Huckgr Mce Resident: 58. Introduced new senators. Conp!ulated the new senators. In an thee W. Omrittee meetings and was wry pleased hw things were run. Ftmlnded 60. senate that legislation reuiew fm and amendment prfm rmst all 61.beinbytheenddthemeeting. HschiefcfstaffRebeccaSetterhadto 82. resign sa he Is l&lng far a replacement. Is having new Senate posters 63. Resident Stanely wlll be In front d Senate next week, haw qestlans ready. 64. The Senate reception will be Odober 0,2001 from #PM to 530PM. 65. 66. Dan Lorber Director d Finance: 67. SLE37.09: Item $10.00 mrst be Itnentoried. TWs bill raises that llmlt to 88. $50. 69. SLE37.10: PLlts I& tmmy from budget appeals into appropriate 70. accounts. 71. SLE37.1 I: Rrchases we to help with inwntay d SA items. 72. SLE37-12: Gets rld d montHy sumnaries, they are nd needed. 73. SLE3TO8: Feels should d pU need fu new cameras In the the month 74. plan. 75. 76.

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zLJ!mw 78. Ws been effected by tragedy. The WPIRG rrrain dice was 2 blocks away. 79. WS &Ill has pro#erm with Sweadshop labls)lfng polldes, homeiess and 80. hurrgy pscple. If yw are ittereated please cane to a ittaest meting. 81. 84. Finance: SLE37.03 Reccmmends 85. SLE37.04 Recommends 86. 87. ROCXXW~: SLE37.04 Reconmends 88. SLE37.05 Recommends with amencherts 89. SLE 37.07 Wrred to Comrlttea 90. 91. Micy: SLE37.04 Riecomnend 92. SLE37.05 Recomnend with Amendmetts B. SLE37.07 Ms to seek acMce fkam Sllpreme Cart. 94. 95. eections: SLE37.07 Recommends with Pmendmerts. s. 97. Health, Safety and Wrorment : Did nd get to meet. 98. 99.CCR: Did nd met. 100. 102. l3amhart: Please do nd fapat abollt MsAMeal. 103. 104. Upsky We are the planners? 105. 1 Hodcey. Wll ader them tcxlxmw. 107. 108. Wbbell: The ribbon colors will be Red, We and Blue. 109. 1. ~~Ccmrrritt8~~ 1 1 1. nnance: Wvadore 112. Me 113. 114. Rm
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Senabar We was appdnted to the Mett mion Msay Board. SPECIAL ORDERS SLE37.08 KWteYrrzing d WT;OP 77me Ybar FJsn Mrwit: WTOP is a inportanC ad to ttis canpus and needs this bill to bepassedSalvadare: Agees bU feels that they were $en mongr fcx me camera rot two. W: Mia to amend in the fdlcuving ways: add lines "let if be finally enacted that the remaining funds in aat 61 6 be retuned to kc2 947 in the amount d $98.50 O'Conner: Seccmd We a PmenGnent:m@O We taken a Bill: Xk@0 Pa8888 GENERAL ORDERS SLE137.07 ArnwWmM toSE22.03R~l1x~aas8in CWingtb SLE.37.04~W toSLE37.27~Asaxia4iosr~m~d WicU Burn Mdim to amend in fdldrrg : Strike lines 21, 'be it futher Mn enacted thd a mised flnanelal Wlcy be prlnted wlth these m~eblans mde. Md be It Mher enacted thaf the chlef Justlce d the &ant assodation s~pm court make ccpies d all pertinent amtiilrtiorral chvnents includng txlt nd limited to sanple amtiiuticxrs, amtiilrtions review pdicies, criteria far consCilrtion apprwl,denial, for the chalr d the SA senate pdlcy cumittee. Md be It finally enacted tM t he cWef Justice d the Student Assadatlon Senate owrt meet wlth student adation senate pdicy cornnittee to train and inbm the pdicy cmmWee aC the past pactices d the sqxm ccut in regards to the carrsttutlon rdw.

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BSshop: second We taken: 21-GO We m 8111: 21-GO Pa8565 SLE. 37.05 Senate Liaisur? System Lawsan: Wh to amend In the fdlorrvlng ways, Randdph Second Hubbe(l: Read letter tan Vce Resident Joe Storch atxKlt accused plagiarism d SLE37.06 d Vce Resident Chris Hockey. Bamhart: If withd;rw mtim will make friendly amendment to place Vce Rddent Joe 5tach's name under asrthored. Hockw hd no intention d plagiarism, actually intention was to do horn and tribute to Joe StacWs Idea. Finds this an insult. Joe Starchs name added to MI Omen: lkes Nd feel that #I1 shollld be passed. Senators my be t teamd ~p with gaqs they fed uncamC;artable wpmetdlng. Randdph: Mdion to amend in the fdlcmirrg ways, be it finally enacted thal in the ewnt that a SA orgarriation is dssatistied with their liaison, that organization my sllbrrit in writim a justified ream for their dssatlsfadlon, to the Fbllcy Comnlttee. The Rocedue ComnJttee my them declde whether to pravtde a new senetar. w: Second Randdph: Mdion to withdraw prmh amendment. Randdph: Mdion to amend in the fdlcming ways Lulgley: Secoml Vcte m amendment: 2140 Passes lawsm: Mdim to amend in the fdlwirrg ways: add line 13 each tier 2,3,r organization will be assigned a liaison ashap: Seoond We taken: 1740 Passes Randdph: Mdion to -refer to Pdicy and Rocedue 2/3 ae taken: 1 SCL2 Referred SLE37.07 Freshman Senator Rogram Laman: Mion to rerefer to Pdicy, Rocedre and electim Hubbell: SBcond 2i3 We taken: lS2-0 wsses

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21 5. SLE37.09 PvnenctnenC to SLE26.27 Ddlar Amourt aC Itwrkxied Items 216. Hum Second 217. Referred to finance 21 8. 21 9. SLE37.10 Annual Tier 2 Fundng Disbwment 220. Elurn Eecond 221. Referred to Finance 222. 223. SLE37.11 RrchasecSImm~orySystm 224. Hum Secxxrd ZB. Refmed to nmnce 226. 227. SLE37.12 Amendment to SLE28.27 MWy Sumnaries 228. Blskp: Second 229. Referred to Finance 230. 231. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 232. Lmglqr. The dMc plaza Is having a rally and would llke to haw cdlege 233. slppartplea8eshcMl~p. 234. 235. Barnhart: Good wo3( tanight 236. 237. Hockv Senatcr d the manth will still be co&lnued. 238. 239. 240. Respectfiltysubmittedby; 241. Mmbew -wWr 242. Senate Clerk 243. 244. 245. 246.

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. Student Association ~ra Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 4" Meeting 25 September 2001 Agenda I. 11. 111. IV. X. VI. VII. Call to Order Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Roll Call Guests of the Senate Deborah F. Stanley, SUNY Oswego President Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements Committee Reports VIII. Senator Issues Forum IX. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.05 Senate Liaison System 2. SLE.37.07 Freshman Senator Program 3. SLE 37.09 Amendment to SLE.36.27 Dollar Amount of Inventoried Items 4. SLE.37.10 Annual Tier 2 Funding Disbursement 5. SLE.37.11 Purchase of Inventory System 6. SLE.37.12 Amendment to SLE.36.27 Monthly Summaries X. New Business A. New Legislation 1. RES.37.10 Miss-a-meal XI. Public Comment and Announcements ~' rn XII. Roll Call XIII. Adjournment

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P Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 4th Meeting 25 September 2001 b Senate Minutes 1. The meeting was called to order at 6:15 P.M. 2. Approval Of Minutes: Connelly 3. Second: White 4. Approval Of Agenda: Connelly 5. Second: Long 6. Senators Present: 7.. 8. GUESTS OF SENATE 9. President Deborah F. Stanley SUNY Oswego President 10. Thanked Tim and Chris for the invitation to speak to the Senate. Told Senate 11. how proud she was of them for all their effort in regards to Miss-A-Meal. 12. Explained that she is in front of the Senate to discuss things that students feel 13. important. Showed a slide show that was also showed to professors at the 14.faculty breakfast. Discussed how Oswego placed in ranking among her 15. sister schools. She also discussed what qualifications are used for certain 16. scholarships. She talked about different programs set p for freshman, new 17. majors, new faculty, an increase in research, and the completion of the 18. plaza deck. She explained the progress on the new campus center and 19. eventually a new freshman complex. Also discussed new parking lots and 20. maybe a parking garage. 21. 22. EXECUTIVE REPORT 23. Timothv R. Barnhart President: 24. welcomed President Stanley. 2, 169 people participated in Miss-A-Meal 25.which raised $5,176. Thanked Auxiliary Services for support and help with 26. Miss-A-Meal. Read proclamation to the organization Senate will be sending 27. the money to. Senate Reception will be Oct. gth, 2001. The leadership 28. Conference is this Sunday, please attend. The Redman Foxy Brown concert 29. is this Friday please go as well. Vetoed SLE. Because he felt that the 30. president should not have that much power. Urged the Senate to be 31. respectful to guests of the Senate and not talk.

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32. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: 33. Miss-A-Meal went well. New Chief of staff is Kevin Sutherland. Packets will be 34. done by Monday at 4, so this mean that the due date for legislation will be 35. Monday at 12. Legislation review sheets and Committee reports will be a little 36. different. Amendment proposal forms must be handed in at the end of the 37. meeting or they will not be recorded. Senator of the month award will be 38. nominated by Senate. Please check all mailboxes. When making a decision 39. please base it on facts and not opinions. Committees need to look at bills 40. more closely. Bought agendas and highlighters for Senators. 41. 42. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: 43. 44. #946 $2,000 45. #947 $12,596.50 46. #948 $3,000 47. #949 $4,000 48. 49. SAVAC $2,704.99 50. 51. Jenny Boyce Director of Student Affairs 52. gave list of committees senators and students can sit on. If interested in any 53. committees please see her or Tlm 54. 55. COMMITTEE REPORTS 56. Finance: SLE.37.09 Recommends 57. SLE.37.10 Recommends 58. SLE.37.11 Recommends 59. 60. Procedure: SLE.37.05 Recommends with am ents 61. SLE. 37.07 Re-refer to Committee 62. 63. Policy: SLE.37.05 Recommend with Amendments 64. SLE.37.07 Re-refer to Committee 65. 66. Elections: SLE.37.07 Re-refer to Committee. 67. 68. Health, Safety and Environment: Did not get to meet. 69. 70. CCR: Did not meet. 71. 72. Recruitment: Working on a mission statement. 73. 74. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM 75. Long: Explained why internet systems are down, due to upgrades with the 76. Systems. 77.

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78.Tim Barnhart: Senate needs to figure out where the money we raised should 79. go. 80. 81.GENERAL ORDERS 82. SLE. 37.05 Senate Liaison System 83. Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways: "Be it even further enacted that if a senator is already a member of an organization, that Senator will be appointed as a liaison to that organization, only after submitting, in writing, a request to the Procedure Committee." 84. Randolph : Second 85. Vote on Amendment: 22-0-1 86. Randolph: Motion to Amend in the following ways: "Be it finally enacted that if a senator has reasons for not wanting to represent their assigned organization, they must submit, in writing, a request to be reassigned with a justified reason for the change to the Procedure Committee. The Procedure Committee will use their discretion to reassign senators." 87. Second: Hubbell 88. Vote on Amendment: 21-0-1 89. O'Brien: Motion to amend in following ways: "on line 27 change "as time permits" to "if he or she chooses." 90. Long: Second 91. Rood: amendment already says "as time permits" 92. O'Brien: Would feel uncomfortable representing some organizations. 93.Vote on Amendment: 3-1 8-0 94. Hubbell: Motion to amend in the following ways: "strike lines 40 and 41 and replace with "The Policy Committee will then decide whether the complaint is valid, if found so, then the policy Committee will recommend to the Procedure Committee that the organization will be reassigned a liaison. The Procedure Committee will then reassign a liaison." 95. Randolph: Second 96.Vote taken: 21-0-1 97. Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways: change line 11 to read "Each Senator will be assigned a Tier 2,3, or 4 organization by the Procedure Committee at random." 98. Hubbell: Second 99. Vote on amendment: 21-0-1 Vote on Bill: 19-2-1 SLE. 37.07 Freshman Senator Program Vice President gave chair to Lawson so he could debate merits of his bill Randolph: Motion to Re-refer for 4 weeks to election, policy, procedure, and recruitment. Hubbell: We need time to fix it, its good but needs to be fixed. 213 Vote on motion taken: 17-3-1 Motion passes

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SL E. 37.09 Amendment to SLE. 36.27 Dollar Amount of Inventoried Items Vote taken: 20-0-0 Passes SLE.37.70 Annual Tier 2 Funding Disbursement Vote taken: 20-0-0 Passes SLE.37.11 Purchase of Inventory System Vote taken: 17-3-0 Passes SLE. 37.12 Amendment to SLE. 36.27 Monthly Summaries Vote taken: 20-0-0 Passes 126. NEW BUSINESS 727. RES. 37.70 Miss-A-Meal 128. Randolph Second 129. Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways: add to line 20 "and to all students who donated their meal to this cause." 130. Blum: Second 131. Vote on amendment: 20-0-0 132. Randolph: Motion to pass by Acclamation 133. 134. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 135. Longley: Elks club is having a spaghetti dinner from 430-800 $5.00 a 136. person, all you can eat. 137. 138. Senate decided to send money raised from Miss-A-Meal to NYSEMO, 139. which is a trade center relief fund. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. Respectfully Submitted by: 145. Kimberly Stegmayer 146. Senate Clerk 147. 148. 149. 150.

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Student Association n Oswego State University of New York P 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 0 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 5" Meeting 2 October 2001 Agenda I. Call to Order 11. Approval of Minutes III. Approval of Agenda IV. Roll Call V. Guests of the Senate Christopher Fetterman, French Club VI. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements VII. Involvement Fair Lack of Attendance Explanations VIII. NYPIRG REPORT IX. Committee Reports X. Senator Issues Forum XI. General Orders A. Pending Legislation XII. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.13 Funds for Del Sarte 2. RES.37.11 Thank You For Your Service XIII. Public Comment and Announcements XIV. Roll Call XV. Adjournment

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Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37'h Legislative Session 5th Meeting 2 October 2001 Senate Minutes 1. The meeting was called to order at 6:10 P.M. 2. Approval Of Minutes: Randolph 3. Second: Salvadore 4. Approval Of Agenda: Hurwit 5. Second: White 6. Senators Present: Denny, Lawson, Hubbell, Hutwit, Joyner, Bishop, Blum, 7. Connolly, Long, Longley, O'Conner, Smith, White, Salvadore, Cannon, 8. Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, Waffle, O'Brien. 9. 10.GUESTS OF SENATE 11. Christopher Fetterman French Club: Did not show up. 12. 13. EXECUTIVE REPORT 14. Timothy R. Barnhart President: 15. The leadership Conference went well. Would like to thank all those that 16. participated. The concert also went well. Please remember to sign up to sit 17. on committees that have vacant seats. They need to be filled. Tim Bishop 18. appointed to sit on IRSAC council. Informed Senate of progress of Campus 19. Center Steering Committee. Showed Senate two pictures of different layouts 20. of buildings for the campus center. Asked Senate which one they liked better 21. Read email from United Way asking for SA's help during the walk-a-thon on 22. Oct. 6, 2001. 23. 24. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: 25. Senator of the month award will be given next week. Will be taking 26. nominations until next Thursday. Noticed that people are checking mailboxes, 27. please continue to do so. Marci Doser will no longer be a Senator due to 28. some personal issues, we wish her the best of luck. Updated lists have been 29. given to the Corner store and the OTC office. The attendance law that 30. governs senate attendance as well as committee attendance says that if you 31. have three unexcused absences you can be up for impeachment. If you can't

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32. make it to the meetings please talk to him or the committee chair so that new 33. elections can take place. Would like to set up a meeting time so he and all 34. committee chairs can meet. 35. 36. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: 37. 38. #946 $2,000 39. #947 $12,596.50 40. #948 $3,000 41. #949 $4,000 42. -~ 43. INVOLVEMENT FAIR LACK OF ATTENDANCE EXPLANATIONS 44. Senate heard explanations from Biology Club Latino Student Union Men's Rugby Women's Rug by Tae Kwon Do 49. NYPIRG 50. The general interest meeting was a huge success. Feels can do a lot of good 51. work this semester due to the large interest in NYPIRG. OCT. 20 2001 will be 52. the lakeshore clean up. Took students down to Onondaga to meeting for 53. pesticide legislation. Had first homeless outreach meeting. Handed out survey 54. to senators asking opinion on full time faculty. Please go out and register 55. people to vote There will be a NYPIRG convention in Cortland, if you are 56. interested please see him. 57. 58. COMMITTEE REPORTS 59. 60. Finance: Discussed separation between tier 2 and tier 3 organizations. Also 61. discussed organizations submitting portfolios so organizations can be 62. compared to each other. 63. 64. Procedure: Discussed Freshman Senator Bill. Needs to Get Senate Liaison 65. program going, please submit names of groups you are willing to represent. 66. 67. Policy: No Report 68. 69. Elections: No report. 70. 71. Health, Safety and Environment: Did condom stuffing and is working in 72. conjunction with the Lakeshore Clean up. 73. 74. CCRT: No Report 75. 76. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM 77. Hubbell: The women's center was vandalized. Derogatory remarks were left

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78.on the door. Called public safety and a report was made. Wanted to make 79. senate aware. If anyone knows anything please tell them. 80. 81. White: Take Back the Night is Oct. 25, 2001 at 7 PM. Will meet at 6PM on the 82. second floor to make posters. 83. 84. Hubbell: Went to LSU meeting, was best meeting that she has ever been too. 85. Good example for the Senate Liaison System. 86. 87. 88. GENERAL ORDERS 89. A. Pending Legislation 90. 91. NONE 92. 93. NEW BUSINESS 94. A. New Legislation 95. 96. SLE.37.13 Funds for Del Sarte 97. Randolph: Second 98. Referred to Finance and Policy 99. 100. RES.37.11 Thank You for Your Service 101. Hubbell: Second 102. Hubbell: Motion to pass by acclamation 103. Hunnrit: Second 104. Passed by Acclamation 105. 106. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 107. Hubbell: On Oct. 20, 2001 LSU, Women's Center and Rainbow Alliance 108. will be having a event at FallBrook from 2pm to 5 PM Please Come. 109. 110. 11 1. The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 PM 112. 113. 114. Respectfully Submitted by: 115. Kimberly Stegmayer 116. Senate Clerk 117. 118. 119. 120.

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.. Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: saQoswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 6" Meeting 9 October 2001 Agenda I. Call to Order 11. Approval of Minutes III. Approval of Agenda IV. Roll Call XI. Guests of the Senate Peggy Rowe, Dannible & McKee: Student Association Independent Auditors Christopher Fetterman, French Club Women in Computing VI. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements VII. NYPIRG REPORT VIII. Committee Reports IX. Senator Issues Forum X. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.13 FundsforDel Sarte XII. New Business A. New Legislation XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Roll Call XIV. Adjournment

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'1. Student Association 4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: saQoswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37h Legislative. Session 6th Meeting 9 October 2001 Senate Minutes \ 1. The meeting was called to order at 6:05 P.M. 2. Approval Of Minutes: Hubbell 3. Second: Hurwit 4. Approval Of Agenda: Hubbell 5. Second: Waffle 6. Senators Present: Denny, Lawson, Hubbell, Hunvit, Bishop, Blum, Kitz, Long, Longley, O'Connor, Smith, White, Salvadore, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, Waffle % d-, 7. 8. GUESTS OF SENATE 9. Peggy Rowe Dannible & McFee: Student Association Independent Audtors: .4 10. Disscussed and answered questions about the student associations financial 11. statements. Discussed statements of financial position, statements of 1 12. activities, statements of cash flow. Also went over reportable conditions and 13. management suggestions. Talked about how she believes the IRS will waive 14. the penalty they have against us. 15. 16. Christopher Fetterman French Club: Was not available. 17. 18. Women in Computing: Senator Adam Long to stand in, asked if he could 19. answer any question on behalf of the club. 20. 21, EXECUTIVE REPORT 22. Timothy R. Barnhart President: 23. Thanked everyone who went to the reception at President Stanley's house. 24. Congratulated the senator of the month. Wanted to remind the Senate that 25. National Coming Out Day is this Friday, please so your support and wear the 26. shirts that will be given to you. Still need committees to be filled if you are 27. interested please see him. Next week will be going to hall councils to see if 28. they would be interested in seating of some committees. On October 25th, 29. 26th, and 27h five representatives from SA will be going to the Student 30. assembly Conference in Lake George. The state of the student association

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31. Out Day will be having a booth to give out a heterosexual questionnaire, 32. Needs help to run booth. 33. 34. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: 35. Announced he declared a major and will be graduating in May. Senator 36. Joyner had resigned, wished her the best of luck in the future Senator Jones 37. has also resigned we wish him the best also. The freshman senator meeting 38. went well. Another meeting will be held to work out more of the kinks. 39. Organizations are being given copies of new legislation to keep them 40. updated. The computer room will be shutdown for about 2 weeks due to 41. security issues. Software is being bought to protect the computer lab. Please 42. go to the grand opening on Oct. 22,2001. Thanked those people who went to 43. the reception at President Stanley's house. Presented Senator of the Month 44. award to Senator Greg Lawson. 45. 46. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: 47. 48. #946 $2,000 49. #947 $12,596.50 50. #948 $3,000 5 1. #949 $4,000 52. 53. SLE.37.13 Since organization is not to the public no SA funds can be given it 54. would be in violation of Trustee Policy. 55. 56. The Foxy Brown Redman Concert cost SA approximately $70,000. 57. 58. NYPIRG 59. October 12,2001 is the last day that you can register to vote. Please 60. encourage people to vote. If you moved in the past year you must re-register 61. to vote. 62. 63. COMMITTEE REPORTS 64. 65. Finance: Discussed the Del Sarte bill. Had may questions, invited Sen. 66. Joyner to speak on behalf of the bill. Do not r&o-mend passage. 67. 68. Procedure: Discussed Freshman Senator Bill. Senate Liaison bill will be 69. finalized by random selection. 70. 71. Policy: Five constitutions were handed in. Will vote and write suggestions. 72. Voted passage of SLE.37.13 73. 74. Elections: Discussed Freshman Senator Bill 75. 76. Health, Safety and Environment: Went to personal safety task force meeting,

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77. there is a lot to do. 78. 79. Recruitment: Discussed Freshman Senator Bill 80. 81. CCRT: Due to the fire last week, the city is given free fire inspection for 82. students houses who live off campus. Good idea to have this done. 83. 84. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM 85. Long: Explained that the network went down due to a network outage when 86. some equipment blew. Most likely won't happen again. 87. 88. Hurwit: Is check cashing bill law? 89. 90. Hockey: Senator must bring the bill back to the floor. Senate has this power. 91. Wanted to make sure that everyone understood this as procedure. 92. 93. Waffle: Rainbow Alliance will be having a booth to give out shirts in support of 94. National Coming out Day. Please wear them. 95. 96. Provost: always support the military and soldiers. 97. 98. Lipsky: Feels the senate was never given the chance to appoint the Human 99. Resources Director. Barnhart: asked if there were any objections and there were not, assumed that appointment was okay. Hubbell: Feels since we are paying him with SA funds should have a say. Barnhart: Keep this in mind for revision of constitution. Lawson: Procedure will investigate Blum: Is it true we can't collect cans in dorms? Barnhart: You cannot Solicit with in the halls without the hall directors permission. GENERAL ORDER A. Pending Legislation SLE.37.13 Funds for Del Sarte Salvadore: Motion to Re-refer Hurwit: Second Waffle: Bill violate SA policy Bamhart: when do you need the money by? Boyce: Oct. 27,2001

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Salvadre: Withdraws motion Hubbell: Motion to amend in the following ways: "strike line 18 'deposit for room' to 'fee for room reservation."' Hurwit: this would make the bill in accordance with trustee policy. Vote on amendment: 20-0-1 Passes White: Motion to amend in following ways "strike lines 19 from $100 to $80" Waffle: Second Vote on amendment: 21-0-0 Passes Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways: "add line 14, replace $200 with $180." White: Second Vote on amendment: 20-0-1 Vote on Bill: 5-9-7 Fails 41 NEW BUSINESS 142. A. New Legislation 143. 144. NONE 145. 146 P L p E T Blum: If Del Sarte needs help to fix their bill they should come see her. Lawson: Thanks for Senator of the month. Barnhart: Senate denied one group $180 but allocated other thousands of dollars. Hurwit: Sorry to see bill did not pass Salvadore: Disagrees because a organizations should exhaust their account before they ask for more money. Hurwit: Motion to reconsider SLE.37.13 due to a hasty action Randolph: Second Hurwit: Motion to recess for a period of 5 minutes. Motion can't be accepted due to Senator Hurwit voting in the affirmative for SLE. 37.13 Bishop: Motion to reconsider SLE. 37.13 due to a hasty action Longley: Second

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Majority vote taken: 16-3-2 Motion passed Vote on bill: 15-3-3 Bill passed Barnhart: Sorry to offend anyone with regards to my comment re: SLE. 37.13 Hurwit: Likewise, I mean no disrespect towards anyone. Hockey: Frustrated with side conversations and walking around. The meeting was adjourned at 9: 15: PM Respectfully Submitted by: Kimberly Stegmayer Senate Clerk

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9 Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 7" Meeting 16 October 200 1 Agenda I. Call to Order 11. Approval of Minutes 111. Approval of Agenda IV. Roll Call V. Guests of the Senate Pat Kraft, Kraftees College Town Christopher Fetterman, French Club VI. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements VII. NYPIRG REPORT VIII. Committee Reports IX. Senator Issues Forum X. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.03 Amendment to Check Cashing Policy: Reconsideration XI. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.14On Campus CrisisLinex7777 XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Roll Call XIV. Adjournment

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Sttrdent Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 7th Meeting 16 October 2001 Senate Minutes 1. The meeting was called to order at 6: 10 P.M. 2. Approval Of Minutes: 3. Barnhart: Objection (made corrections to minutes) 4. Approval of Minutes: Hubbell 5. Second: Hurwit 6. Approval Of Agenda: Hurwitl 7. Second: Waffle 8. b 9. GUES m TS OF SENATE 10. Pat Kraft Kraftees College Town Talked to Senate about textbook polices 11. on other campuses. Discussed that Oswego States Students do not have 12. the choice to buy books ahead of time. Explained others schools can access 13. what books they need early and can buy their books either online or any other 14. places they like. Discussed how Kraftees is about discount and affordable 15. books and would like to see Oswego Students have the same opportunity. 16. Feels student senate should address this policy. Kraftees has worked hard to 17. bring the students at Oswego State cheap textbooks and good prices. Feels 18. the rights of the students are being ignored. 19. 20. Barnhart: What have other schools done? 21. 22. Kraft: For example SUNY Cortland has made book requirements public within .. 23. the departments, and the book requirements are given to off-campus 24. bookstores. 25. 26. Blum: Do a lot of professors give you a hard time when asked about book 27. requirements? 28. 1 29. Kraft: Actually, 85% -95percent of professors have a neutral stance. Many 30. believe the information should be shared. Feels that local Businesses should 1 31. be able to present themselves and their products to students. Believes that 32. Oswego State does not give students the opportunity to do this.

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33. 34. Christopher Fetterman French Club: Wants to generate a new vigor in 35. French Club. Feels has gotten the French Club off the ground. Wants to 36. spread the word that the French Club is out there and is open to everyone not 37. just French speaking students. Looking forward to a romance night, where 38. there would be French pastries and a showing of the movie chocolat. Want to 39. make it known that the French club is open to anyone who would like to join. 40. Would like to formally ask Frank Salvadore to be our Senate liaison. 41. 42. Lawson: He is not on the list for your group but will work on the list and 43. change it to be so. 44. 45. EXECUTIVE REPORT 46. Timothy R. Barnhart President: 47. Thanked guests of Senate for coming and speaking to Senate. Read letter 48. about his actions that occurred last meeting. Wanted to reassure the Senate 49. not to take anything he says personal or in offense. Would like to work 50. together for the betterment of the Senate. He has the up most respect for the 5 1. Senate. Yielded time to Ben Jakes-Johnson. 52. 53. Jakes-Johnson: SA has four Student Association non-student positions. The Human resource position helps to protect the employee as well as theemployer. This position bridges the gap between employer and employee. Currently writing job descriptions, and working on easing the transition between administrations for employees. Thinks HR position is important, raises moral among the employees. Also need to have position in order to stay legal with NYS labor laws. 54. 55. 56. 57. Barnhart: Again wanted to let Senate know why he appointed Ben. Asked HR 58. teachers and they gave him an outline of questions to ask. They all said to 59. hire someone with experience, Ben has had 3 years experience and has 60. taken classes in HR. No one else had these qualifications, so this is why he 6 1. hired Ben. 62. 63. Hurwit: Who originally did this job? 64. 65. Barnhart: Last year it was the Director of Finance and the year before I don't 66. know. It is someone different every year. Students focus on study body and 67. tend not to focus on the student employees. Ultimately he has the decision in 68. regards to firing an employee. 69. 70. Hurwit: So you can fire Cindy Donovan? 71. 72. Jakes-Johnson: They are not under union representation, but you can not 73. release them because of age, sex, or anything covered by the EOC.

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74. Barnhart: Any objections to Ben Jakes-Johnson being appointed to the 75. Human Resources Director. 76. 77. Lawson: The procedure committee decided that -The minutes from the lst 78. Meeting of the 37" Legislative Session, on May 1" 2001, prove to us that 79. Directors of Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Greek Affairs, and Finance as 80. well as the Executive Assistant to the President and Supreme Court Chief 8 1. Justices were ALL "accepted by Senate by a 213 vote." -We also recognize 82. that on the Yd Meeting of the 37" Legislative Session, under Guests of the 83. Senate, "Director of Human Recourses" Ben Jakes-Johnson appeared before 84. the Student Association Senate. Mr. Jakes-Johnson "discussed how his job is 85. a bridge between employer and employees. Feels that since he has been in 86. SA for years he has good experience. His goals are to make up rules for 87. employees, job descriptions, compensation, and evaluations for all 88. employees." No where in the minutes does it state that Mr. Jakes-Johnson, 89. President Barnhart's appointment to Director of Human Recourses, was 90. approved by the consent of the Senate. -Article VII Section III part 2 states 91. that the Student Association President shall appoint "with the consent of the 92. Senate, of all the officers whose appointment shall not be otherwise provided 93. for." We believe it to be necessary that we follow precedence shown in the 94. minutes. We believe it to be important to vote on the Director of Human 95. Resources with a 213rds vote needed to be confirmed. -The Procedure 96. Committee believes that if Mr. Jakes-Johnson was at the first Senate 97. meeting that he would have been voted on with all other directors and 98. approved or rejected by Senate with a vote of 213rds. The Procedure 99. Committee believes it important to follow the precedence established on 100. May 1", in order to be consistent and fair to Mr. Jakes-Johnson and the 101. other directors who were confirmed with a 213rds majority. -We, the 102. Procedure Committee also believe it to be important to state that the 103. Student Association Senate approved the minutes from the 1st meeting 104. and the 3rd meeting of the 37th Legislative Session. 105. 106. Barnhart: Wanted to let Senate know that the other positions were done at 107. 213 because brought the entire executive branch before the Senate, 108. because the Director Finance and the Supreme Court Justices need to 109. have a 213 vote not the other positions, the other positions are just 110. consent of the Senate. 111. 112. Hockey: With all due respect to the procedure committee the constitution 113. is the law of the land no matter what precedent. If it would appease the 114. senate he will do a majority vote. 115. 1 16. Randolph: Who judges what consent is? 117. 118. Barnhart: In my opinion it would be the Supreme court because they are 119. the interpreter of the law.

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Hughes: Offer compromise, chair should call to question the motion to have HR position accepted by 213 vote. Informal vote taken, Chair must take 213 vote on HR position Provost: Cares about what is best for the Senate. What's what is right to be done. Started to read letter about why he thinks Ben should not have this position. Hockey: Asked Provost to stop due to objections across the floor, stated this is not the place for attacks. Barnhart: Went into detail how Ben will help Student Association. He is working on a sexual harassment policy, a stipend report, campaign to find new students association secretary. This position was so important he went to President Stanley, who also agreed with his decision. ****Chair took 213 vote, which failed. Senate took five-minute recess. During recess information came to light in which the vote tabulation were wrong and abstention should not be counted in a vote tally and Ben Jakes Johnson was appointed by Senate by 213 vote. 14-1 ***** Hockey: This is not a perfect system, will stand by ruling, this is an issue to bring to procedure. Barnhart: Apologized for behavior. Lipsky: This was not an attack on you. Barnhart: Continued with his report, still have committees for people to sit on, if you are interested please see him. There has been no complaints by residence halls about Greek problems, congratulated Greek affairs. Have logos for Senate T-shirts that needs input on. Will be giving the Student Association address before senate in a couple of weeks. Please remember when he is in a meeting there is a waiting room to wait in, please don't be rude and intrude of meetings already taking place. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: Please get committee reports in. Freshman Senator bill progress is going really well. The bill is up next week. Is talking to the Oswegonian to add some other things to the Senate comer in the Newspaper. The image of the Senate is not always the best; there is always ways to improve. He feels that as long as the Senate thinks they're doing a good job, that's all that matters. Brought up the idea of a positive image campaign for the Senate. Senator Cannon is elected to fill the empty seat on the recruitment committee.

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161. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: 162. 163. #946 $1,000 164. #947 $15,866.50 165. #948 $3,000 166. #949 $4,000 167. 168. SLE.37.03 feels should be re-referred back to the finance committee. Will 169. talk more about the audit next week. 170. 171. NYPIRG 172. Big lakeshore clean up at 8:00 AM this sat. will be on Water Street. 173. Sending letters to Chuck Schummer and Hillary Clinton to keep fighting 174. Global warming. Please go out and vote on Nov. 6a. Come to the state 175. wide NYPIRG conference this weekend! 176. 177. COMMITTEE REPORTS 178. 179. Finance: Met with Chris, going to revise mission statement. Tier 3 criteria 180. will be set by next week. 181. 182. Procedure: Will email senate liaison list to all. Will start to review past P 183. legislation. 184. 185. Policy: Supreme court justice Mia Hoggins will meet with us to discuss 186. constitutions, we are moving as fast as we can. 187. 188. Elections: Discussed Freshman Senator Bill. 189. 190. Health, Safety and Environment: No report 191. 192. Recruitment: Came up with list of ideas for filling off campus seats. 193. 194. CCRT: No Report. 195. 196. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM 197. Scott Kendenberg: Explained why he didn't attend the leadership 198. conference. Also discussed how he did not support his name being used 199. in Mr. Provost's speech. 200. 201. Randolph: still working on freshman senator bill. Would like to take 202. informal vote on two ideas to see which direction they should go in. 203. Explained Senator Salvadore's ideas and the procedure committee's 204. ideas. n 205. 206. Waffle: Franks idea would deny seats to upper classman if freshman

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207. don't run. 208. 209. Senate took vote and decided on the procedure committees idea. 210. 21 1. Hockey; next weeks meeting will be long so he will spring for food. 212. 213. Waffle: National Corning Out day was a success. 214. 215. GENERAL ORDER 216. A. Pending Legislation 217. SLE.37.03 Amendment to Check Cashing Policy: Reconsideration 218. Lawson: Motion to Re-refer to Finance for 1 week 219. Hurwit: Second 220. 213 Vote taken: 20-0-0 221. Passes 222. Bill Re-referred 223. 224. NEW BUSINESS 225. A. New Legislation 226. SLE.37.14 Campus Crisis Line x7777 227. Hubbell: Wanted to refer Senates attention pages of support by various 228. people. 229. Bishop: Second 230. Refer to Finance, Policy, and Procedure 23 1. 232. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 233. Lawson: thanked the senate for being patient while everyone figured out 234. proper procedure. 235. 236. Barnhart: apologized again for his behavior. 237. 238. 239. The meeting was Adjourned at 9: 15 P.M. 240. 24 1. 242. Respectfully Submitted by: 243. Kimberly Stegmayer 244. Senate Clerk 245. 246. 247. 248.

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i Student Association FCL". Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 8th Meeting 23 October 2001 Agenda I. n. 111. IV. v. VI. VII. vIn IX. X. Call to Order Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Roll Call Guests of the Senate Joseph Storch, Women's Center Special Projects Coordinator Dr. Scharfenberger & Tom Simmons, Campus Center Steering Committee Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements Committee Reports Senator Issues Forum General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.03 Amendment to Check Cashing Policy 2. SLE.37.07 Freshman Senator Program 3. SLE.37.14 On Campus Crisis Line New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.15 Funds for Community Services 2. SLE.37.16 Early Agenda, Bills and Minutes 3. SLE.37.17 Transfer for Employment 4. SLE.37.18 Transfer for Safe Codes XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Roll Call XII. Adjournment

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4 Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37h Legislative Session 8th Meeting 23 October 2001 Senate Minutes 1. The meeting was called to order at 6:05 P.M. 2. Approval Of Minutes: Blum 3. Second: Pufky 4. Approval Of Agenda: White 5. Second: Pufky 6. Senators Present: Denny, Lawson, Hubbell, Hurwit, Bishop, Blum, Long, 7. Longley, 07Conner, Smith, White, Salvadore, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Heil, 8. Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, Waffle, O'Brien 9. 10. GUESTS OF SENATE 11. Joseph Storch Women's Center Special Projects Coordinator Thanked 12. Senate for the opportunity to come before them and discuss the Rape Crisis 13. Hotline. Told personal story about a friend he knew who was a victim of date 14. rape. This crisis line will not stop rape but provide an on campus free and 15. confidential alternative then dialing an off-campus number. Its also easier to 16. remember. Many students have their phone bills sent home to their parents, 17. this line will not show up on the telephone bill as an off-campus number. 18. Read letter of support from Dr. Grant supporting and offering to reimburse the 19. Student Association for the first year of service. Have seen a lot of support for 20. this bill. 21. 22. Dr. Scharfenberger Campus Steering Committee Brought two building 23. layouts of new campus center to senate. Wanted to get some feedback on 24. which one Senate likes better. Wanted Senate to focus on common places 25. where they are located in respect to each other. Also focus on where 26. lounges and concession areas are, do they make sense where they are? 27. Where do you think things should be? If you have any questions or ideas feel 28. free to email him. Pay attention to details such as what dining space will 29. students use, where should the retail space be? Explained that education and 30. business schools will be moved into other buildings to make room for the new 3 1. campus center.

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32. EXECUTIVE REPORT 33. Timothy R. Barnhart President: 34. Asked if any groups were present at Senate who missed the leadership 35. conference and would like to speak. College community Orchestra, 36. Marketing Association spoke. Seats are still open to sit on committees, will 37. have a revised list by next week. Attended the ground breaking for the 38. business school. First building in 35 years to be fully renovated. Last Friday, 39. was the college council meeting, gave a report of Student Association. 40. Everyone who attended seemed to be impressed with the Student 41. Association. T-shirts are $8.00. Take Back the Night is Thursday starts at 42. 6:00. SLE.37.14 would like to see it re-referred. Feels there are certain things 43. that need to be worked out. Does not agree with the need for a 314 vote. 44. Bills he and Dan presented this week are self-explanatory. 45. 46. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: 47. Introduced new Senators, Jim Seeley and Dylan Heil. Need students to sit on 48. the Student Health Advisory Committee. They meet Friday mornings at 9:00 49. A.M. This is important they are discussing important issues, we need 50. representation on the committee. Still missing reports from committees, 51. please hand them in. Committees are a smaller version of senate, it is 52. important that every voice is heard and everyone is respected. According to 53. Robert's Rules Abstentions are a "blank" and will not be counted. Please 54. keep that in mind. They should only be used in case of a conflict, if you have 55. Questions please ask. you are here to make decisions, its important that you 56. vote and make that decision. Would like to discourage the use of the 57. Abstention. Thanked those who were there at the reopening of the computer 58. center. Next procedure will be the legislative index which will eventually be 59. online. 60. 6 1. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: 62. 63. #946$1,000 64. #947 $16,046.50 65. #948 $3,000 66. #949 $4,000 67. 68. The statement of Financial Position should be next Tuesday. wanted to clear 69. things up with the audit. Basically the audit said the Student Association 70. needs to record things better. Need to record our anticipated expenses. IRS 71. penalty is still pending. The Student Association is grossly overestimated. The 72. numbers that the budget was estimated on is not the number of students here 73. at Oswego. There are some things that have not been budgeted correctly, is 74. working with the Senate Finance Committee. SLE.37.14 is fine. 75.

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76. COMMITTEE REPORTS 77. 78. Finance: 37.03 Recommend passage with amendments 79. 37.14 Recommend passage 80. 8 1. Procedure: Senate liaison list done. 37.07 Does not recommend passage. 82. 37.14 Recommend passage. 83. 84. Policy: Meet with Supreme Justice Mia Hodgins and went over constitutions. 85. 86. Elections: 37.07 Did not recommend passage. 87. 88. Health, Safety and Environment: Discussing mission statement. 89. 90. Recruitment: Came up with list of ideas for filling off campus seats. 91. 92. CCRT: Working on project that will come to senate with. 93. 94. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM 95. Hurwit: Talked with SAPB concert chair Matt Snow about a concert forum to 96. discuss the next concert on Wed. 24,2001 @7:00 PM. 97. 98. LSU: Is having annual LSU dinner on Nov. 1, everyone is invited, please show 99. us your support. 100. 10 1. Senate took recess to have a pizza break. 102. 103. Hockey: Lets get this party started! ! 104. 105. GENERAL ORDER 106. A. Pending Legislation 107. SLE.37.03 Amendment to Check Cashing Policy: Reconsideration Blum: Motion to amend in the following ways, "strike lines 13 and 14 and add Be it even further enacted that the limit for check cashing be as follows: 108. StudentJEmployee personal checks be $30.00 109. Checks from parent(s)* with the same last name be $50.00 110. Payroll Checks: on campus be $200.00, off campus be $100.00 1 1 1. waived if notarized form on file attesting parental relationship" 1 12. White: Second 113. Blum: Basically this amendment takes the power away from the president 114. and gives it to the senate. 1 15. Vote on Amendment: 20-0-0 1 16. Amendment Passes 117. Vote on Bill: 23-0-0 118. Passes

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119. 120. SLE.37.14 On Campus Crisis hotline 121. Pufky: Thinks this bill is a great thing and would like to see it passed. 122. Randolph: Thinks this bill is a great idea it does so much for so little. 123. Hurwit: Hart hall council all voted to pass this bill. 124. Waffle: Seneca hall council also voted to pass this bill. 125. Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways, "add to line 24: Whereas Oswego State University administration has agreed to pay for the on campus crisis line x7777 for the 2001 2002 academic year and add line 61: Be it finally enacted that in the event of any subsequent amount of payment or reimbursement for the crisis line by any third party, that the Director of Finance be authorized to transfer Student Association allocated funds in the amount of the payment or reimbursement to account #947 Student Association contingency." O'Brien: Second Vote on amendment: 21-1-0 Amendment Passes Salvadore: Motion to table bill, feels that SA shouldn't pay for this. Long: Second Took majority vote: 2-20-0 Fails Waffle: Administration did say they will reimburse us, it also looks better that students are taking charge and doing this for each other. Vote on Bill: 201 1 Passes SLE.37.07 Freshman Senator Program (Gave chair to Greg Lawson chair of the procedure committee) Hockey: If this bill is voted down, will rewrite it and submit it again. Would like to see it worked out. Hubbell: When brought bill and amendments to hall council, they still voted to vote the bill down because they did not like any of them. Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways, Pufky: Second Hurwit: Recommends that we fail the whole bill and rewrite a new one with all the amendments that Randolph just made. Randolph: Even if we carry a freshman seat over there are still a lot of problems. Basically all the lakeside dorms have one seat, so we wouldn't have a whole senate which would cause problems with quorum until those seats were filled. Hockey: doesn't see this as a problem, residence life and housing allows senators to move in early. Also, for new senators the first couple of meetings are always a little confusing to them. Quorum is 112 plus 1 on who is present at the meeting. Randolph: feels puzzled over bill and has thought of so many solutions to try to fix this bill, but feels that there is none. Whatever we come up with

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someone is going to have a problem with it. Hurwit: Would ask the senate to fail the bill and write a new bill with the amendments made. Vote on amendment: 9-12-0 Amendment Fails O'Brien: If this bill passes we are going to be giving 45% of the power to people who have barely been on this campus. Hockey: Even though they are freshman the senate body votes as a whole not as a class. Barnhart: Freshman will be voting on what their constituents waht not by their class. Waffle: This bill is good in theory but not in words. Salvadore: Motion to re-refer for 1 month Motion dies due to no second Hockey: It is unfair to say that freshman do not have the knowledge to do this, they can gain the knowledge just as everyone else has. Bishop: Feels that a lot of the senators are coming back to the word freshman, we should take into consideration, that incoming freshman don't have a chance to run, maybe we can move elections to the third week of school in the fall semester. This idea has pluses as well as minuses. Waffle: Freshman who aren't able to get seats the first year have to wait like everyone else does. There are other ways they can get involved, they can sit on committees and be active in hall council. Hurwit: Call to Question Randolph: Second Vote taken on Bill: 0-22-0 Fails 186. NEW BUSINESS A. New Legislation SLE.37.15 Funds for Community Service Salvadore: Second Refer to Finance, Policy, and Procedure SLE.37.16 Early Agenda, Bills, and Minutes Lawson: Second Refer to Procedure SLE.37.17 Transfer for Employment White: Second Refer to Finance and Policy SLE.37.18 Transfer for Safe Codes White: Second Refer to Finance and Procedure

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204. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 205. Storch: Invited all those that voted on the Crisis Bill to sign it. 206. 207. 208. 209. The meeting was adjourned at 10:OO P.M. 210. 211. 212. Respectfully Submitted by: 213. Kimberly Stegmayer 2 14. Senate Clerk 215.

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i Student Association r". Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa8oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate i 37" Legislative Session 9" Meeting \ 30 October 200 1 Agenda I. Call to Order 11. Approval of Minutes 111. Approval of Agenda IV. Roll Call V. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements VI. Committee Reports VII. Senator Issues Forum VIII. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.15 Funds for Community Services 2. SLE.37.16 Early Agenda, Bills and Minutes 3. SLE.37.17 Transfer for Employment 4. SLE.37.18 Transfer for Safe Codes X. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.19 Funds for Fencing 2. SLE.37.20 Amendment #6 to SLE.36.27: Monetary Transfers XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Roll Call XII. Adjournment

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Student Association 4 Oswego State University of New York I 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa8oswego.edu Website: Senate 37" Legislative Session 9th Meeting 30 October 2001 1 Senate Minutes 1. The meeting was called to order at 6: 10 P.M. 2. Approval Of Minutes: Blum 3. Second: Pufky 4. Approval Of Agenda: White 5. Second: Pufky 6. Senators Present: Denny, Rood, Lawson, Hubbell, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, 7. Blum, Longely, O'Conner, Smith, Salvadore, Seely, Cannon, Lipsky, Heil, 8. Moreno, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, Waffle, Schaad, Kitz 9. 10. GUESTS OF SENATE 1 1. Police Chief Tom Ryan Answered Questions about Public Saftey and 12. Parking. Discussed how money from parking tickets go back into public 13. safety, for example, one parking space costs $3,300. Talked about how there 14. is no policy on jay walking, explained this is why the speed limit is 20 miles an 15. hour. Challenged anyone if they cannot find a parking spot on campus on any 16. given day, he will refund their parking ticket. Is happy that there is finally a 17. student representative on the parking committee. Raised ticket prices to 18. discourage people from parking illegally. Any questions or comments feel free 19. to contact him. Discussed safety measures campus is taking in regards to 20. the Sept 11,2001 terrorist attacks. 21. EXECUTIVE REPORT 22. Timothy R. Barnhart -President: 23. Handed out business cards to all committee chairs. If anyone is interested in 24. sitting on the parking committee please see him. Had a good time at the 25. Student Assembly conference. Attended workshops that were informative and 26. fun at the same time. SA should be proud, students from Oswego now hold 27. positions for the Student Assembly. Chris has been elected to the executive 28. committee of the student assembly. Dan was appointed to the student 29. assembly budget council. Greg was appointed to the rules committee. 30. Wanted Senate to know that they were well represented. Want to have a mini *3 1. regional conference between some local SUNY schools to gain information 32. on how other student associations were run. T-shirts are $8.00. Passed out

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33. letter from Pat Kraftee as a follow up to his presentation at senate. The first 34. Meet the Student Association dinner is Nov. 1,2001. Computer lab is up and fully functional. 35. Hired a student secretary. Auxiliary services board of directors next meeting 36. will be electing officers. Seats are still open on committees please see him if 37. you are interested. 38. 39. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: 40. Student assembly was a great time, got a lot of information. Feels meetings 41. here at Oswego are run very well. Overall was a very productive weekend. 42. Would like to have a legislative body transfer with other schools, this involves 43. switching senators between schools. This is a good way to learn how other 44. schools run their Student Associations. Went to some good workshops. 45. Learned that other schools have developed environmental polices. Still need 46. people to sit on the SHAC committee. Need people to sit on the technology 47. advisory board. Please hand in committee reports. Please attend committee 48. meetings. Please budget time effectively. Point of information should be 49. directed at a person and then they question should be asked, don't form it as 50. a rhetorical question, which means that there really isn't an intended answer. 51. 52. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: 53. 54. #946 $1,000 55. #947 $15,866.50 56. #948 $3,000 57. #949 $4,000 58. 59. Statement of Financial position should be ready by next week, is waiting to 60. hear from the IRS. Is starting a mailing list for the finance dept. Explained that 61. changing the safe codes are in the best interest of the student association. 62. Our insurance only covers us up to a certain extent. 37.15 they were given 63. 400 dollars for all directors, on average student directors make from 400 to 64. 800, when they were given this during budget they never appealed it. 65. 66. NYPIRG 67. The state wide NYPIRG conference went on this weekend. 250 students from 68. 21 different campuses. Attended different workshops. It was a great time. 69. Had a trick or treat for the homeless, collected food to give to a food pantry 70. here in Oswego. Homeless awareness week is Nov. 12th to the 15". Please 71. call John McQue and ask him to vote down fast track at 202-225-46 1 1. 72. 73. COMMITTEE REPORTS 74. 75. Finance: 37.15 Recommend passage with amendments 76. 37.17 Recommend passage with amendments 77. 37.18 Recommend passage

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78. 79. Procedure: Please use point of information. 37.18 recommend passage. 80.37.16 does not recommend passage. If any questions about the Senate 8 1. liaison system please contact Greg. 82. 83. Policy: No Report 84. 85. Elections: No Report. 86. 87. Health, Safety and Environment: working on filling seats to the advisory board 88. to tom Ryan 89. 90. Recruitment: due to bad attendance, not much was accomplished. 9 1. 92. CCRT: No Report 93. 94. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM 95. Hubbell: Presented Senate with finished framed Crisis Bill. Handed out thank 96. you folders to senators. Thanked all those who took part in take back the 97. night. 98. 99. Dr. Scharfenbeger: Discussed the case of menoconigitis on campus. Don't be 100. scared just be aware. Student notes will be given out. 101. 102. Lawson: Campus concept center is going well, will be attending meeting to 103. ensure student representation. 104. J05. GENERAL ORDER A. Pending Legislation SLE.37.15 Fundsfor Community Service Lawson: They had the chance to appeals during the appeals process. Blum: We do not pay any director hourly wages, Motion to amend in the following ways, change of amount from line 31: $1,248, to $200. Change of amount from line 33: $1 648, to $600. Salvadore: Second Vote on Amendment: 17-0-5 Passes Vote on Bill: 12-6-4 Passes SLE.37.16 Early Agenda Bills and Minutes Lawson: Feels that this will put extra stress on the senate already, this is needed. Hockey: Would have to move the deadline for bills up early if this bill should pass. Hurwit: it is senators responsibility to get here earlier to read through the

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minutes and agenda Seely: Motion to amend in the following ways, Change line 23 from mailbox to Email. Salvadore: second Vote on Amendment: 15-3-2 Blum: It is senators responsibility to get here early and look at what is in the agenda and in the minutes. Vote on Bill: 2-20-0 Fails 37.17 Transfer for Employment Blum: Motion to amend in the following ways, Be it Finally Enacted that any unused funds from the hiring of a new secretary be transferred back to account 756. Bishop: second Lawson: What were the expenses to hire someone? Lorber: Ads in newspaper, flyers etc Vote on amendment: 21-0-1 Passes Lawson: Seems a little shady that there things are being done without the approval of the Senate. Salvadore: Agrees with Lawson Lorber: This is not asking Senate for money but just to transfer Blum: This is the presidents money, why are we all of a sudden trying to take control of it. Vote on Bill:8-9-3 Fails SLE.37.18 Transfer for Safe Codes Salvadore: What to bring to senates attention that this has already been done without approval from senate. Lorber: For security reasons this needed to be done. Waffle: When was this brought to your attention Lorber: August Waffle: when were the locks physically changed? Lorber: Oct. 17 Salvadore: Thinks senate should take a stand and vote down this bill. Hubbell: Motion to amend in the following ways, Add to line 14, Therefore be it further enacted that the cost of changing safe codes be budgeted for, in every subsequent year. Lawson: second Vote on amendment: 17-1-1 Passed Vote on Bill: 15-3-1 Passes

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170. NEW BUSINESS 17 1. A. New Legislation 172. SLE.37.19 Funds for Fencing Club 173. Second: Pufky 174. Refer to Finance and Policy 175. 176. SLE.37.20 Amendment #6 to SLE.36.27 Monetary Transfers 177. Hubbell: Second 178. Refer to Procedure, Policy, and Procedure 179. 0 0 E T 18 1. Pufiy: Happy Halloween! 182. 183. Lawson: Senate did a good job standing up to the executive branch. 184. 185. Hockey: attend committee meetings! 186. 187. 188. The meeting was adjourned at 10:OO P.M. 189. 190. 191. Respectfully Submitted by: 192. Kimberly Stegmayer 193. Senate Clerk 194.

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Student Association lOswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: saQoswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 10" Meeting 6 November 200 1 Agenda I. Call to Order 11. Approval of Minutes 111. Approval of Agenda IV. Roll Call V. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements VI. NYPIRG Report VII. Committee Reports VIII. Senator Issues Forum IX. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.19 Funds for Fencing 2. SLE.37.20 Amendment #6 to SLE.36.27: Monetary Transfers X. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.21 Funds for French Club XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Roll Call XIII. Adjournment

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Z Student Association a 4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37~ Legislative Session 10th Meeting 4 6 November 2001 Senate Minutes 1. The meeting was called to order at 6:08 P.M. 2. Approval Of Minutes: Blum 3. Second: O'Conner 4. Approval Of Agenda: 5. Blum: Objection, add 37.22 Onto Special Orders 6. Second: Lawson 7. Lorber: Motion to remove 37.20 8. Approval of Agenda: Hurwit 9. Second: Pufky 10. Senators Present: Rood, Lawson, Hubbell, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, 11. Blum, Kitz, Longely, O'Conner, Smith, White, Fetterman, Seeley, Cannon, 12. Heil, Randolph, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, Waffle, O'Brien. 13. E 14. Timothy R. Barnhart President: 15. If you are still interested in T-shirts, please pay Dan or buy them through the 16. OCT window in the Union. Thanked all those who went to the "meet the 17. Student association dinner." Interested in having a homecoming for hockey. 18. Talked to some area businesses that would like to help out. If anyone is 19. interested in helping please see him. Apologized for leaving early last week. 20. Explained bill he introduced last week. Would like to wish Dr. Scharfenbereger 2 1. a Happy Birthday. 22. 23. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: 24. Senator Heil will be taking Senator White's place on the health, safety and 25. environment committee. Please finish all mission statements and manuals. 26. Senator of the month will be awarded next week. A amendment cannot be 27. made to a vetoed bill. It would change the structure of the bill, the bill would 28. have to be changed. Will have procedure look into it. Was disappointed in the 29. attendance for the representation task force. After the meeting next Tuesday 30. we will be having a meeting of the representation task force. Have a meeting 31. this week in Buffalo for the student assembly, if you have anything that you

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32. would like disgusted please see him before Thursday. Off-Campus senators 33. must hold office hours. It is law. 34. 35. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: 36. 37. #946 $1,000 38. #947 $15,946.50 39. #948 $3,000 40. #949 $4,000 41. 42. Statement of Financial position should be ready by next week. The IRS tax 43. penalty was lifted. The deficit is not as bad as originally thought, we are about 44. $10,000 in debt. 37.22 recommend that this be amended. General meeting 45. Nov. 12,2001 @8:00 PM in the Steeper Bell for Finance Dept. 337.19 No 46. problems financially. 47. 48. NYPIRG 49. -Very disappointed that no students are going out and voting today. Please 50. go out and vote after tonight's meeting. If you have any non-perishable food 51. to donate to the food pantry they will be collected in the women's center and 52. residence halls. We will also need help distributing it. If interested please see 53. him. SUNY Oswego is suppose to be selling all sweatshop free clothes, we 54. are not, working on a contract to make sure that we return to that policy. 55. Planning a sweat shop demonstration downstate, if you re interested please 56. see him. 57. 58. COMMITTEE REPORTS 59. 60. Finance: 37.19 Recommend passage with amendments 6 1. 62. Procedure: Working on an attendance policy and impeachment policy. 63. 64. Policy: Looking a Constitutions.3 1.19 Recommend with caution. 65. 66. Elections: No Report. 67. 68. Health, Safety and Environment: working on environmental policy, mission 69. statement and manual. 70. 7 1. Recruitment: discussed one credit proposal. 72. 73. CCRT: No Report 74. 75. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM

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76. Lawson: Attended a campus concept committee meeting, was very 77. interesting. Will be bringing plans to senate. Going to need feedback for the 78. next couple of weeks. 79. 80. There is no Senate meeting next week. 81. S 2. SPECIAL ORDERS 83. SLE.37.22 84. Blum: Motion to amend in the following ways, 85.0' Conner: Second 86. Blurn: This is to extend the deadline, it was an oversight on my part, I did not 87. know it had to be submitted in bill form, I apologize. 88. Vote on Amendment: 23-0-0 89. Passes 90. Vote on Bill: 20-3-0 91. Passes 92. 93. GENERAL ORDER 94. A. Pending Legislation 95. SLE.37.19 Funds for Fencing 96. Fencing club gave presentation on why they need new equipment. 97. Blum: Motion to amend in the following ways. 98. Bishop: Second 99. Vote on amendment:23-0-0 100. Passes 101. Lawson: This bill should be itemized, e have turned down bills in the past 102. because of this. 103. Waffle: Shouldn't penalize club for a mistake of the senator who helped 104. writing it. 105. 106. Recess for 10 minutes 107. 108. White: Motion to amend in the following ways, 109. Hurwit: Second 110. Vote on amendment:22-0-1 11 1. Passes 1 12. Vote on Bill: 23-0-0 113. Passes 114. 116. A. New Legislation 117. SLE.37.19 Funds for French Club 1 18. Second: Randolph 1 19. Refer to Finance and Policy 120. 0s

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Barnhart: Please remember if you are interested in buying a T-shirt please pay for them as soon as possible. Seeley: Would like to set up a team for broomball and call it the Oswego senators, if you are interested please see him. The meeting was adjourned at 8:00 P.M. Respectfully Submitted by: Kimberly Stegmayer Senate Clerk

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Student Association 9 Oswego State University of New York 1 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 11' Meeting 13 November 2001 Agenda I. Call to Order 11. Approval of Minutes 111. Approval of Agenda IV. Roll Call V. Guests of the Senate Tom Abbott: Oswego City Assistant Fire Chief VI. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Director Announcements W. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. Senator Issues Forum X. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.21 Funds for French Club XI. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.23 Constitutional Amendment: Confirmati on Procedure 2. SLE.37.24 Amendment # 8 to SLE.36.27: Account Budgets 3. SLE.37.25 Amendment # 9 to SLE.36.27: Direct Orders 4. SLE.37.26 Amendment #10 to SLE.36.27: Non-monetary Donations 5. SLE.37.27 Funds for Gospel Choir 6. SLE.37.28 Amendment # 11 to SLE.36.27: Bill Format Involving Funding 7. SLE.37.29 Amendment # 12 to SLE.36.27: Alcohol Policy 8. SLE.37.30 Amendment #13 to SLE.36.27: Donations XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Roll Call XIV. Adjournment

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Student Association -% Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 1 1 th Meeting 13 November 200 1 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6: 10 P.M. Approval Of Minutes: Salvadore Second: Longley Approval Of Agenda: Objection: Waffle "Add 37.3 1 to New Business Majority Vote Taken: 15-6-1 Approval Of Agenda: Hubbell Second: Longley Senators Present: Rood, Lawson, Hubbell, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, Blum, Longley, Long, O'Conner, Salvadore, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Heil, Moreno, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, Waffle, O'Brein, Kitz. GUESTS OF SENATE Tom Abbott Oswego City Assistant Fire Chief Talked about program for college campuses on fire safety and prevention. Showed video on fire safety and prevention on college campuses. Discussed creating a liaison system between fire dept and Senate. If you would like to get in touch with him, call 343-2161. Fire Dept is also looking for an intern. EXECUTIVE REPORT Timothy R. Barnhart President: Please pay for shirts. Need an advisory committee to the Corner Store, please see Dan if you are interested. A report form for committee members will be emailed to you. All I ask is that you fill a form out each meeting you attend and then email the form back. If you need a revised committee listing, see him. Been thinking about having a Student Association Oswego County Youth Leadership conference. Letters were sent to guidance counselors concerning this idea. We received many letters or support. There is a Greek Leader luncheon with President Stanley, there is also going to be a Go Greek Fair again. The survival guide for off campus is underway. The next meet the SA dinner is on Thursday 29" in Cooper. Discussed ways to maximize student representation of the university president, school and administration. If you have ideas, please see him.

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Discussed how we could find ways to increase knowledge among students about increasing fees. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: Presented Senator of the Month award to Jen Pufky. Please tell Committee chairs when you will not be attending a meeting. Manuals and mission statements still need to be done. The health fee will be increased, the question is how much and for how long. The last meeting of this semester will be Dec. 11,2001. Went to Buffalo for the Western NY conference. Discussed New Teacher Ed requirements, New Gen Ed requirements, competition between SUNY schools and student life. Also hscussed the Chancellors Task Force on the SA fee. A lot of changes are being proposed and we should be fired up about stanhng up for our rights as students and as the collectors and distributors of the tax. This is our school and our SA fee; we need to have control of it, not the Board of Trustees. Next SUNY Conference will be Dec. 1,2001. Anyone can go. SUNY Day is March 5,2002.The Spring Conference will be in Manhattan around the second week in April. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: The Statement of Financial Policy will be coming as soon as possible. Direct Deposit is here; please get the word out. Financial audit was put into all Senate mailboxes. Student Associations taxes has been filled. NYPIRG No Report Finance: 37.2 1 Recommend passage with amendments. Has received approved charters. Procedure: Worked on attendance policy, rework the impeachment policy, working on veto power, Will be checking up on the Senate Liaison program. Policy: 37.21 Pass with Amendments. Elections: No Report. Health, Safety and Environment: Working on different ideas different members had. Recruitment: Working on Bill.

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CCRT: Meeting with town CCRT and working on ideas. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM Blum: Please get in touch with Senate liaison groups. Hubbell: Anyone interested in rape crisis advocate position see her. Talked about how she is gong to resign at the end of the semester. O'Conner: WTOP is not off air, the rumor is false. Lawson: College Concept Committee is going to start working on the fun stuff for the new center, is going to need a lot of feed back in upcoming weeks. A. Pending Legislation SLE.37.21 Funds For French Club Salvadore: Motion to amend in following ways, Add lines 1 and 2 starting directly after "on" replace with Tuesday November 27,2001 from 6-1 1 PM in the Hewitt Union Forum. Bishop: Second Vote on amendment: 22-0-0 Pass Recess for 5 minutes Hubbell: Motion to amend in the following ways, add line 11, strike period and replace with comma for a total of $210.00. Bishop: Second Vote on amendment: 23-0-0 Passes Vote on Bill: 23-0-0 Pass NEW BUSINESS A. New Legislation SLE.37.23 Constitutional Amendment Confirmation Procedure Second: White Refer to Procedure and Policy SLE.37.24 Amendment to SLE.36.27 Student Association Finical Policy Account Budgets Second: Bishop Refer to Procedure, Policy, and Finance SLE.37.25 Amendment #9 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy Second: Longley Refer to Procedure, Policy, and Finance SLE.37.26 Amendment to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy

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Non-Monetary Donations Second: Bishop Refer to Procedure, Policy, and Finance SLE.37.27 Gospel Choir Phone Account Second: Lawson Refer to Policy, and Finance SLE. 37.28 Amendment #11 to Student Association Financial Policy Second: white Refer to Finance, Policy and Procedure SLE.37.29 Amendment #12 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy Second: Bishop Refer to Finance, Healthy safety and environment, procedure and policy. SLE.37.30 Amendment #13 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy Donations Second: Salvadore Refer to Finance, Policy and Procedure. SLE.37.11 Paid Positions in Student Association Second: Hubbell Refer to Procedure and Policy PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Pufky: Blood Drive tomorrow. Thanked everyone for the award. Salvadore: NPR said on air, the student government is not made up of most capable but most popular." The meeting was adjourned at 8:30 P.M. Respectfully Submitted by: Kimberly Stegmayer Senate Clerk

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Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37h Legislative Session 12" Meeting 27 November 200 1 I. Call to Order 11. Roll Call III. Approval of Minutes IV. Approval of Agenda V. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements VI. NYPIRG Report VII. Committee Reports VIII. Senator Issues Forum Agenda IX. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.23 Constitutional Amendment: Confirmation Procedure 2. SLE.37.24 Amendment # 8 to SLE.36.27: Account Budgets 3. SLE.37.25 Amendment # 9 to SLE.36.27: Direct Orders 4. SLE.37.26 Amendment #10 to SLE.36.27: Non-monetary Donations 5. SLE.37.27 Funds for Gospel Choir 6. SLE.37.28 Amendment # 11 to SLE.36.27: Bill Format Involving Funding 7. SLE.37.29 Amendment # 12 to SLE.36.27: Alcohol Policy 8. SLE.37.30 Amendment #13 to SLE.36.27: Donations 9. SLE.37.3 1 Paid Positions in Student Association X. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.32 Blackfriars Payroll Account 2. SLE.37.33 Discount for Student Services Employees B. New Resolutions 1. RES.37.12 Safety First Policy XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Roll Call XIII. Adjournment

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Student Association F. Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 12th Meeting 27 November 2001 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:07 P.M. Approval Of Minutes: Long Second: Lipsky Approval Of Agenda: Objection: Bananno "move SLE.37.27 to first" Hurwit: Second Approval Of Agenda: Lipsky Second: Hurwit Senators Present: Proxy Dingham, Lawson, Hubbell, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, Blum, Longely, Long, O'Conner, Salvadore, Ruppert, Seeley, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Pufky, Kohn, Waffle, O'Brien, Kitz. GUESTS OF SENATE None EX Timothy R. Barnhart President: The Thursday before Thanksgiving went to the Albany task force for the student activity fee. The task force is in the process of finalizing its recommendations to give to the board of trustees. The information is not public but when he knows more he will bring it to the Senate. Has been sitting on the search committee for the VP of finance and administration. There are open interviews, if you would like to participated see him. The next meet the SA dinner will be this Thursday at Copper. The first meeting for all organization chairs is next Thursday at 8:30 in steeper bell. This is where organization leaders can give me feedback on how things in SA should be run. Is creating an AD HOC committee to look at the financial policy. If you are interested, please let him know. Please stay on track this meeting.

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Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: Wished everyone back. Attended the Del Sarte performance, was very impressive. Met with the SHAC committee to finalize the health fee. It is recommended to increase the health fee for full time to 100 and for part time to be increased per credit. Trying to implement a 2-year review. Still need a representative to the SHAC committee. Election for the Health and Safety Chair was held. Frank Salvadore won the election. Elections for the Hewitt Union Board representative was also held, Randolph won. The NYPIRG contract is up this year asked the director to come to Senate to answer and questions you may have. There is a conference this weekend at Binghamton, if you are interested in going please see him. Hubbell: Motion to set cap at 10:OO PM for meeting Long: Second Vote taken: 18-0-3 Last meeting is next week; please keep this in mind if you submit legislation. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: Will talk about each bill as they come up. NYPIRG About a 125 students voted on this campus during the elections. Call in day to Pataki's office went well. Last Sunday some students went to Palisades mall and participated in a sweat shop protest in front of footlocker. It was a great event. Had a large impact. Having another Nike rally in NYC, if interested please contact Shawn McConnel. Finance: 37.24 Recommend passage with amendments. 37.27 Recommend passage with amendments. 37.28 Recommend passage with amendments. 37.29 Recommend passage with amendments. 37.26 Recommend to Re-Refer 37.30 Recommend to Re-Refer. Procedure: 37.23 Recommend passage with amendments. 37.24 Recommend passage with amendments. 37.25 Did not look at. 37.30 Recommend passage with amendments. 37.26 Recommend passage with amendments. 37.28 Recommend passage with caution.

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37.29 Recommend passage with caution. 37.3 1 Was not able to come to consensus. Policy: 37.23 Recommend passage with amendments. 37.25 Did not Review 37.24 Recommend passage with amendments. 37.26 Did not come to consensus 37.27 Recommend 37.28 Did not Review 37.29 Recommend passage with caution. 37.30 Did not Review 37.3 1 Did not Review. Elections: Will be submitting a bill soon. Health, Safety and Environment: Due to poor attendance, a meeting was not held. Recruitment: No Report. CCRT: If any one wants to help tree lighting contact her. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM Hurwit: Gave speech on SLE.37.13 Salvadore: Handed out a questionnaire about OSHA and working environments for Oswego employees. Hubbell: Makeup boxes still need to be filled. Sharfenberger: Proposed idea that came from campus about not sending grades home through mail and having them posted online and through the NICE system. A. Pending Legislation SLE.37.27 Funds for Gospel Choir Blum: Motion to amend in the following ways, "change amount on line 20 from $400 to $100" Randolph: Second Gospel Choir gave presentation on why they need money for telephone account. Vote on amendment: 22-0-0 Vote on Bill: 22-0-0 SLE.37.23 Constitutional Amendment: Confirmation Procedure Hurwit: Motion to amend in the following ways: change title from Confirmation Procedure to Presidential Appointee" line 23, replace [executive] with [presidential]"

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"line 24, strike [standing]" "line 31, capitalize the C in [college]" "line 33, replace [not apply to appointees of the Student Association President presently serving in the executive branch as deemed by ex post fact01 with [take effect on April 1,20021" "strike lines 37-41 "line 33, replace [Be it even further enacted] with [be it finally enacted]" Second: Pufky Hughes: what exactly would change Hurwit: Intent of lines 31-41 Vote on amendment: 21-1-0 Pass Salvadore: Some appointments do work during the summer. Salvadore: motion to amend in the following ways, "line 25, strike the words [begin] through [and] on line line 26." Seeley: Second Bishop: what happens if work all summer and then aren't appointed, what do we do then? Barnhart: certain positions need to be confirmed before summer, example finance director. Vote on amendment: 18-2-0 Pass Lawson: Can President sign a PO? Lorber to sign a PO your name must be on the bankcard. Blum: feels that it's not Senate's job to pick the directors for the executive branch. Hubbell: Should be set confirmation procedures for all positions so there is no conflict. O'Brien: should just trust the president. Hurwit: Motion to amend in following ways: "line 25, replace [before an appointee can begin serving in the executive branch and receive financial compensation] with [within 30 days of the fall semester]." "add on line 37, [Therefore be it finally enacted that Article VII, Section 111, subsection 2, 'the appointment, with the consent of the Senate of all the officers whose appointment shall not be otherwise provided for'] be replaced with [the confirmation with a 2/3'd affirmative vote by the Senate of all presidential appointees within the first 30 class days of the fall semester]." Bishop: Second Motion to recess for 5 minutes Vote on amendment: 5-9-3 Fails Salvadore: Motion to Re-refer Seeley: Second Waffle: why refer and waste time? Salvadore: This should be re-referred, it has taken 1 hour already. 213 vote taken on re-refer: 2-161 Fails

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Seeley: Motion to amend in the following ways: "lines 25-26, strike words after [Senate]" "line 33, change to [be it even further enacted]" "line 37, add [be it finally enacted that the following amendment be made to the end of the by-laws: XI. Consent to appointment shall be defined as a 23 vote in the affirmative by the Senate]." "change title from [Constitutional amendment] to [By-Laws amendment]." Long: second Vote on amendment: 3-13-1 Hurwit: Motion to amend in the following ways: ""line 25, replace [before an appointee can begin serving in the executive branch and receive financial compensation] with [prior to the 30@ class day of fall semester]." "add on line 37, [Therefore be it finally enacted that Article VII, Section 111, subsection 2, 'the appointment, with the consent of the Senate, of all the officers whose appointment shall not be otherwise provided for'] be replaced with [the confirmation with a 2/3rd affirmative vote by the Senate of all presidential appointees prior to the 30a class day of the fall semester]." Lawson: Second Vote on amendment: 16-1-2 Hubbell: Motion to re-refer for 1 week O'Conner: Second 213 vote taken: 19-0-0 Passes Bill Re-referred SLE.37.24 Amendment #8 to SLE.36.27 Account Budgets Hubbell: Motion to amend in the following ways: "in title, change [account budgets] to [line by line budgets]." "line 27, replace [be replaced with account budget] with [remain as it currently is performed in]." "line 34, replace [ideas that the Director of Finance may have regarding any] with [changes to the]" line 40, replace [immediately] with [this fiscal year]." "strike lines 7-8,18-20,22-23." Blum: Second Vote on amendment: 17-0-0 Pass Lawson: Motion to re-refer for 1 week. 213 Vote: 14-5-0 Bill Re-referred SLE.37.25 Amendment to SLE.36.27 Amendment #9 Direct Orders Waffle: Motion to amend in the following ways: "line 22, add [in the event of a direct charge that has not been pre-approved, the person who ordered the goods will be held liable]."

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"line 19,26, change [orders] to [charges]." "line 22, strike [or Senate of the Student Association]." "line 39, strike [or the Senate of the Student Association]." "line 29, add [be it even further enacted that the punishment prescribed by the Student Association Senate be binding and can not be overturned or changed by any member of the Executive Board]." Hubbell: Second Vote on amendment: 17-0-0 Pass Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways: "strike lines 30-33." "line 29, add, [be it even further enacted that the Senate Finance committee shall advise the Senate on the severity of any unreported violations. If the finance committee determines that there was harm done the senate may take disciplinary action within it's powers]." Lawson: Second Vote on Amendment: 15-1-1 Pass Hubbell: Motion to withdraw SLE.37.25 SLE.37.26 Amendment #1O to SLE.36.27 Non-Monetary donations Hubbell: Motion to with draw SLE.37.26 SLE.37.28 Amendment #I 1 to SLE.37.27 Bill Format Involving Funding Blum: Motion to amend in the following ways: "strike lines 1 and 2." "line 4, change [bill] to [SLE.36.76]." "line 8, change [SLE.36.27] to [SLE.36.76]." Bishop: Second Vote on amendment: 18-0-0 Pass Vote on Bill: 17-1-0 Pass SLE.37.29 Amendment # 12 to SLE.36.27 Alcohol Policy Lorber: Motion to withdraw bill SLE.37.30 Amendment # 13 to SLE.36.27 Donations Lorber: Motion to withdraw bill SLE.37.31 Paid Positions in Student Association Waffle: Motion to amend in the following ways: "line 5 and 21, change [Student Association funds] to [Executive accounts]." Longley: second Randolph: Amendment makes sense. Vote on amendment: 7-8-3

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Fails Randolph: this will exclude people from having job. Salvadore: Charla was not confirmed she was hired, this is the same kind of conflict of interest of a director of a organization who gets funds allocated from senate. Hubbell: This should not be taken care of in legislation form. Waffle: Intention of bill is not aimed at Senator Blum but this is bad business practice, motioned to withdraw SLE.37.3 1. NEW BUSINEB A. New Legislation SLE.37. Blackfriars Payroll Account 07Conner: Second Refer to Finance and Policy SLE.37.33 Discount for Student Employees Lawson: Second Refer to Finance RES.37.12 Safety First Policy Seeley: Second Randolph: Thinks this is a great idea Hubbell: Motion to pass by acclamation Ruppert: Second PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Randolph: In wake of tonight feels, that senate should be careful when submitting and discussing legislation that weighs upon a person. Seeley: The broomball schedule is out. Salvadore: If you want to help with employee questionnaire see him. Hubbell: The last panel discussion will be tom night, the makeup and cell telephone drive is still going on. Waffle: Apologized for use of words. Did not mean to imply "shady" to a person. Advise the executive board to look over the constitution and think about interpretation. Senators present at end of meeting: Lawson, Hubbell, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, Blum, Longely, Long, O'Conner, Salvadore, Ruppert, Seeley, Randolph, Dunn, Pufky, Kohn, Waffle. The meeting was adjourned at 10:OO P.M. Respectfully Submitted by: Kimberly Stegmayer 307 Senate Clerk

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Student Association 4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 14" Meeting 29 January 2002 Agenda I. 11. 111. IV. v. VI. @-. I VII. Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Guests of the Senate Mary Schoeler, Chief Technology Officer Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements NYPIRG Report 3 VIII. Committee Reports % IX. X. XI. XII. '4 XII. Senator Issues Forum General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.24 Amendment # 8 to SLE.36.27: Account Budgets 2. SLE.37.33 Discount for Student Services Employees 3. VETOED: SLE.37.34 Change of Name for Recruitment Committee 4. SLE.37.35 Creation of Fire Safety Liaison Program 5. SLE.37.36 Organization's Tier Status for 2002-2003 New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.37 New Election Law Public Comment and Announcements Roll Call XIII. Adjournment

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Student Association rrrr Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 8 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 29 January 2002 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:07 P.M. Approval of Minutes: Long Second: Randolph Approval of Agenda: Long Second: Salvadore Senators Present: Lawson, Beck, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, Longley, Long, Salvad Connelly, Ruppert, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Proxy Farrell, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, and O'Brien. GUESTS OF SENATE Mary Schoeler Chief Technology Officer Discussed problems and solutions to the Telergy bankruptcy that effected on campus and off campus students. Dr. Scharfenberger Discussed Middle Sates, what it means to be accredited, and in which ways SUNY Oswego will be accredited by Middle States. EXECUTIVE REPORT Timothy R. Barnhart President: Met with Chris and Dan this summer and made recommendations to change the constitution. Would like to create an AD HOC committee to review the changes and then resubmit the constitution. If you are interested in sitting on the committee, see him. Created an involvement fair task force. It will be open to any organization and will try to take place the first week of school. Is loolung for volunteers to start to coordinate the fair before the semester ends. If you are interested in sitting on the smoking committee, please see him. On Feb 1,2002 there will be two open forums put on by the smoking committee. If you are interested, please attend. Created a Student Services task force. The college store has been repainted and re-shelved. The college store will also be ordering new stock to try to cut some of the costs and increase revenue. If you are interested in sitting on this task force, please see him. Financial Policy task force met over break; would like them to meet again before they submit the amendments to the Senate. Explained he vetoed bill SLE.37.34 because it violated the constitution. Is

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looking for ideas and volunteers to help organize a Homecoming for SUNY Oswego. There is going to be an Oswego High school leadership conference on March 9,2002 from 9AM to 5 PM. Will be providing Breakfast and Lunch. Auxiliary Services will be providing dinner. Is looking for volunteers to help with submitting changes to the transition protocol bill. Is drafting a proposal to bring to the university in regards to finding a way to better amend the situation. The SA T-shirts should be in soon. The Greek Fair went well. Is looking forward to a good semester. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: Introduced Kim Reed as a faculty member of SA Senate. Introduced senator Beck as new Funnelle Hall Senator. Explained the packet policy. Believes it would be more cost effective and safer on the environment if the agenda, bills, and minutes are emailed to senators. The website for SA senate should be up and running as soon as possible. Explained the veto bill cannot be changed, suggested that let the veto stand, and submit a second bill with the appropriate changes. Resigned from student assembly due to time conflicts. Charla Blum has resigned from Senate. Feels we need better By-Laws. Needs volunteers to help with the legislative index. If interested please see him. Will be giving a Student Association State of the Senate Address. Elections: Finance Chair Seeley Budget Council Representative Pufky Finance Committee Member Beck Dan Lorber Director of Finance: Changed Banks from Key Bank to HSBC. Have new filing system. Instead of filing P.O.'s by number, they will be filed by organization. The accounting manual is almost complete. His hours this semester will be cut due to a heavy workload. Will be going to the accounting classes to accept rCsumC's for the new director of finance. Budget council will be 2 weekends this semester, Feb 9 and 10, and Fed 16 and 17. NYPIRG There is no tuition hike, but the governor has cut many funds from TAP. The governor wants to cap the TAP maximum at 66 %. Ed Sullivan chair of the higher education committee will be speaking at SUNY Oswego on Feb 14,2002 at 12:30PM in the Forum. There is a general interest meeting for NYPIRG on Feb 20,2001 in Time Pieces with Blair Warner as the guest speaker.

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COMMITTEE REPORTS Finance: 37.33 Recommend withdrawing 37.24 Recommend passage with amendments. Procedure: 37.3 5 Recommend passage with amendments. Policy: Did not meet. Elections: No Report. Health, Safety and Environment: No Report. Recruitment: No Report. CCRT: No Report. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM: Will be submitting a rough draft of an evaluation of the President. Bishop: The SA broomball team is improving. GENERALORDER A. Pending Legislation SLE.37.24 Amendment # 8 to SLE.36.27 Account Budgets Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, add line 28 after "and" and add the lines "this bill and the attached budget request form", and strike line 7 "from year to year and replace it with each fiscal year" on line two strike 5A and replace it with "section 5, subsection A. Strike lines 22-25." Pufky: Second Randolph: Gives consistency to groups so they do not do something different every year. Vote on amendment: 19-0-0 Passes Hunvit: Motion to re-refer Lawson: Second Vote on motion: 19-0-0 Passes Bill Re-referred SLE. 3 7.33 Discount for Student Service Employees Seeley: Motion to Withdraw Salvadore: second Lawson: Believes this is the best thing to do considering the submitter of the bill is no longer in senate. Vote on Motion: 181-0 Bill is withdrawn

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SLE. 3 7.34 VETOED Change of name for Recruitment Committee Vote on Veto to Stand: 18-01 Veto Stands SLE. 3 7.35 Creation of Fire Safety Liaison Program Longley: Motion to amend in the following ways, add line 19 add that an appointed seat from the general student body be appointed by the president. Lipsky: Second Barnhart: President could appoint person Salvadore: Doesn't think we need two people Vote on amendment: 13-6-0 Pass Salvadore: Feels bill is weak. Longley: Motion to re-refer bill for one week to procedure, policy and health and safety. Salvadore: Second 213 Vote on motion: 17-2-0 Pass SLE. 3 7.36 Organizations Tier Status for 2002-2003 Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, add lines 58 and so on, community service, equestrian, field hockey, great lake review, men's club hockey, men's rugby, men's volleyball, Ontarian, student activities planning board, solid state, women's rugby. Strikelines23,27,28,30,33,34,35,37,42,44,and49. Pufky: Second Vote on amendment: 19-0-0 Pass Vote on Bill: 18-01 Pass NEW BUSINESS A. New Legislation SLE. 3 7.3 7 New Election Law Referred to Elections, Policy, and Procedure for 1 week. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Seeley: Two broomball games left. Barnhart: to try to increase pride in the school try to wear Oswego state clothing every Friday ROLL CALL Senators Present: Lawson, Beck, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, Longley, Long, Salvadore, Comelly, Ruppert, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Farrell, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, and 0' Brien.

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F 170 ADJOURNMENT 171 172 Meeting ended at 9:00 PM 173 174 175 Respectfully Submitted by: 176 Kimberly Stegmayer 177 Senate Clerk 178 179

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Student Association P Oswego State University of New York -202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 15" Meeting 5 February 2002 Agenda I. Call to Order 4 11. Roll Call 111. Approval of Minutes IV. Approval of Agenda V. Guests of the Senate Dr. Douglas Deal, Chair of Middlestates Steering Committee VI. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements P VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. Senator Issues Forum X. Special Orders 1. SLE.37.42 Elections Schedule XI. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.24 Amendment # 8 to SLE.36.27: Account Budgets 2. SLE.37.35 Creation of Fire Safety Liaison Program 3. SLE.37.37 New Election Law XII. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.38 By-Law Amendment: Censure Defined 2. SLE.37.39 By-Law Amendment: Impeachment Defined 3. SLE.37.40 By-Law Amendment: Recall Defined 4. SLE.37.4 1 Funds for Biology Club XIII. Public Comment and Announcements '64 XN. Roll Call XV. Adjournment

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. Student Association F Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondf: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa0oswego.edu 0 Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 15th Meeting 5 February 2002 Senate Minute The meeting was called to order at 6: 10 P.M. Approval of Minutes: Long Second: Longley Approval of Agenda: Objection: Seeley: Motion to add SLE.37.43 to Special Orders Vote Taken: 19-0-0 Approval of Agenda: Long Second: Lipsky Senators Present: Lawson, Beck, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, Ruppert, Kitz, Long, Longley, Smith, Salvadore, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Proxy Farrell, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, 0' Brien. Douglas Deal Chair of Middle States Steering Committee Talked about Middle States process and accreditation of SUNY Oswego. Discussed self-study and answered questions from senators. There is a copy of the Middle states self-study rough draft on the SUNY Oswego web page. EXECUTIVE REPORT Timothy R. Barnhart President: The constitution task force will meet Tuesday February 12 @ 1 PM, and Friday February 15 @ 2PM. The transition protocol task force will meet Tuesday February 12 @ 2pm and Friday 15 @ 3PM. Discussed the senior toast, senior gift, and senior night. Discussed ideas for senior gift being a mural in remembrance of alumni who were lost in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. If you would like to wear a SA cord or medallion for graduation, please see him. Rusted Root has been signed for an April 13,2002 concert. There is a camera in the lobby of the union that shows when the Centro has arrived in the union parking lot. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: Still looking for volunteers for the legislative index. Need volunteers for the by-laws also. Next week is exchange day with the city. Still needs committee reports. As well as the legislative review sheets. The president of Student Assembly has resigned, if you are interested in running please see him. Will budget for Senate dinners in next year's budget. Welcomed Greg Auletta to Senate. The Web master has sent him some stuff but he is

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waiting for more information, but will let senate know when the new web page is up and running. Dan Lorber Director of Finance: Budgets are due this Friday February 8,2002 by 4PM. 37.24: Would not encourage making a form part of the law. NYPIRG Ed Sullivan event will be open to everyone at 1 :30 PM in the Formal Lounge on February 14, 2002. TAP will be cut by a 1/3 if the heovernor's proposal passes. We have a referendum this year. There is a statewide NYPIRG conference this year in Albany if you are interested please see him. COMMITTEE REPORTS Finance: 37.44 Recommend withdrawing Policy: 37.24 Do Not Recommend 37.35 Recommend passage. Procedure: 37.24 .Do Not Recommend 37.35 Recommend passage with amendments 37.37 Recommend passage Elections: Discussed elections schedule Health, Safety and Environment: 37.35 Feels is too vague Recruitment: No Report. CCRT: Next Tuesday Senate will start at 7:00. Dinner will be at 5:30. NATOR ISSUES FORUM; None SLE.37.42 Elections Schedule Seeley: Second Long: Need to get this rolling; we are already behind in schedule. Hurwit: Motion to amend in the following ways, "change line 13 from 2/14/02 to 2/18/02, change line 14 from 2/18/02 to 2/22//02, change line 15 from 2125102-3/12/02 to 3/1//023/13/02, and change line 16 from 311 8/02 & 3/19/02 to 3/14/02 & 3/15/02."

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Bishop: Second Randolph: This violates current election law Bishop: This should have been done a long time ago Vote on amendment: 12-71 Pass Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways, "add on lines 13: anybody seeking SA office who hands in their petition by 4:OOpm on February 17th is a 'bona fide' candidate unless proven otherwise through their petition being found invalid. Upon handing in their petition the petitioner will be notified that they are a 'bona fide' candidate." Seeley: Second Vote on amendment: 19-0-1 Pass Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, "change line 20 from February 18, 2002 to February 22,2002. Pufky: Second Vote on amendment: 15-5-0 Pass Vote on Bill: 15-4-1 Pass SLE.37.43 Packets Lawson: Second Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways, "add Be it finally enacted that the Vice President be required to email agenda and legislation for the current Senate meeting by 6pm the day before the meeting." Long: Second Vote on amendment: 14-2-2 Pass Vote on bill: 17-0-3 Pass GENERAL ORDER A. Pending Legislation SLE.37.24 Amendment 38 to SLE.36.27 Account budgets Seeley: motion to withdraw Vote on motion: 17-0-1 Withdrawn SLE.37.35 Creation of Fire Safety Liaison System Hurwit: Motion to amend in the following ways, "strike lines 15 through 21, replace after that 'the President shall appoint a fire safety liaison." On line 27 change 'senator' to 'appointee'." "On line 33, change 'representative' to 'appointee'." Pufky: Second Vote on amendment: 17-0-0 Pass Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways, "On line 24 strike 'be compelled to occasionally; on line 25 strike '2' and change 'months' to 'month'; on line 29 change 'representative' to 'appointee'; on line 37 strike 'chair of the Senate'; on line 25 add 'the

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firesafety liaison shall meet, at least once a semester, with all residence hall councils and staff to verify that fire safety room checks are performed to the highest standards and provide fire safety instructional materials'; on line 33 change 'be it finally enacted' to 'be it even further enacted'; on line 39 add 'be it finally enacted that the fire safety liaison shall create an explicit written report of the status of off-campus housing concerned with fire safety once a semester. This report should be presented to Senate and made public'." Seeley: second Vote on Amendment: 13-1-4 Pass Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways, "strike lines 8 and 9." Long: Second Vote on Amendment: 6-7-6 Fails Vote on bill: 16-3-0 Pass SLE.37.37 New Election Law Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways, "On line 19-20, strike the parentheses and add 'whom has served as a student association senator for at least 2 semesters." "Strike 'by phone' on line 40." "Strike 'determine the validity' on line 58-59." "On line 105, strike 'alone or printing alone'." "Add on line 21, 'this requirement will not apply to the person serving as chairperson at the time of the passage of this election law." "Add on line 40, 'through personal confirmation'." "On lines 58-59, after 'allowed to' add 'serve on the election committee'." "On line 105, after 'signing' add 'the petition without providing a printed name, or vice versa andlor not providing the candidates name at the top of the petition'." "On line 138, strike 'S.A. Financial Board'." "On line 143, change 'S.A. general account' to 'Student Association contingency account #947'." "On line 188, change '25' to '50'." "On line 245, change 'or any other member of the Student Association to 'or any other member of the student body'." "On line 245, before 'elections' add 'Student Association'." On line 138, after 'the' add 'Senate, during Spring Budget Council'." "On line 245, add 'any violation of this election law by a candidate must be reported by the elections committee to the Student Association Senate through committee report'." "Add after 'submitted by' 'Brian Randolph and Greg Lawson'." Lawson: Second Vote on amendment: 19-0-0 Pass Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, "on line 180, strike 'and must follow all university guidelines in relation to'." Long: Second Vote on amendment: 16-0-0 Pass Longley: Motion to amend in the following ways, "on line 222, strike 'not' and 'because they are illegal due to a lack of petition'." Salvadore: Second Vote on amendment: 10-2-4 Pass Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways, "strike on lines 19 and 20 everything in the parentheses."

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Long: second Vote on amendment: 7-8-2 Fails Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, "on lines 19 and 20 add '; or another suitable candidate if a senator with the necessary experience is not available'." Bishop: Second Vote on amendment: 16-0-0 Pass Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways, "strike everything in parentheses on lines 19 and 20." Long: second Vote on amendment: 2-9-4 Fails Ruppert: Motion to amend in the following ways, "add after 'submitted by' 'Ben JakesJohnson, Senator Emeritus'." "On lines 79 and 188 remove the word 'horizontal'." Long: second Vote on amendment: 16-0-0 Pass Long: Motion to amend in the following ways, "on line 57, change 'potential' to 'official'." Lawson: Second Vote on amendment: 14-2-0 Pass Vote on Bill: 18-0-0 Pass Randolph: motion to reconsider SLE. 37.42 213 vote taken: 16-0-0 Pass Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways, "Add Be it further enacted that any student seeking the office of Student Association President, Vice President or Senator who hands in hisher completed petition by 4:OOpm on February 17" will be considered a bona fide candidate unless hidher petition is deemed invalid by the elections committee. Upon validation of a candidate's petition, the bona fide candidate's name will appear on the official slate of candidates. Pufky: second Vote on amendment: 15-0-1 Pass Vote on bill: 16-0-0 Pass Pufky: Motion to move SLE.37.44 to New Business Vote on motion: 16-0-0 A. New Legislation SLE.37.38 By-Law Amendment: Censure Defined Long: Second Referred to Policy, and Procedure.

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SLE.37.39 By-Law Amendment: Impeachment defined Pufky: Second Referred to Policy, and Procedure. SLE.37.40 By-Law Amendment: Recall Defined Seeley: Second Referred to Policy, and Procedure. SLE.37.41 Funds for Biology Seeley: Second Referred to Policy, finance and Procedure SLE.37.44 Questions for Referendum Longley: Second Referred to Elections and policy Lawson: Thanked Joe Storch, Adam Long, and Charla Blum for all their help on the elections bill. Seeley: There is a broom ball game February 10, 2002. Barnhart: Congratulated everyone on a great meeting. ROLL CALL Senators Present: Lawson, Beck, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, Ruppert, Long, Longley, Smith, Salvadore, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Proxy Farrell, Pufky, O'Brien. Meeting ended at 1 1 :00 PM Respectfully Submitted by: Kimberly Stegmayer Senate Clerk

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ir < Student Association 4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 16" Meeting 12 February 2002 Agenda I. Call to Order 11. Roll Call 111. Approval of Minutes IV. Approval of Agenda V. Guests of the SenateJohn J. Gosek, City of Oswego Mayor VI. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. Senator Issues Forum X. Special Orders 1. SLE.37.48 Funds for Student Services Flower Cooler X. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.38 By-Law Amendment: Censure Defined 2. SLE.37.39 By-Law Amendment: Impeachment Defined 3. SLE.37.40 By-Law Amendment: Recall Defined 4. SLE.37.41 Funds for Biology Club XI. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.44 NYPIRG Referendum 2. SLE.37.45 Funds for Phone Line 3. SLE.37.46 Increase in SA Fee 4. SLE.37.47 Senate Attendance Policy B. New Resolutions 1. RES.37.14 Recognition to Faculty Senators XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Roll Call XIV. Adjournment

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Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sahwego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 17" Meeting 19 February 2002 I. Call to Order 11. Roll Call 111. Approval of Minutes Agenda IV. Approval of Agenda V. Guests of the Senate Jose Molina, President, Latino Student Union V. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements VI. NYPIRG Report VII. Committee Reports VIII. Senator Issues Forum IX. Special Orders 1. SLE.37.52 Maya Angelou Referendum 2. SLE.37.53 Funding for Packets 3. SLE.37.54 Funding for Senate Clerk 4. SLE.37.55 Late Budgets X. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.45 Funds for Phone Line 2. SLE.37.46 Increase in SA Fee 3. SLE.37.47 Senate Attendance Policy XI. New Business B. New Resolutions 1. RES.37.15 Middle-States Non-endorsement XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Roll Call XIV. Adjournment

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Z Student Association rrq Oswego State University of New York ---202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa&swego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37& Legislative Session 17th Meeting 19 Februaty 2002 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6: 10 P.M. Approval of Minutes: Long Second: Longley Approval of Agenda: Pufky Second: Long Senators Present: Carter, Osborne, Lawson, Beck, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, Ruppert, Kitz, Longley, Long, Smith, Burghart, Salvadore, Connelly, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, Clark and O'Brien. U G ESTS OF SENATE Jose Molina Latino Student Union President Explained why LSU budget was not submitted on time. Misinformation and miscommunication had occurred between some members of the organization. Discussed that their budget has been submitted and asked the senate to be lenient. FXECUTJYE REPORT Timothy R. Barnhart President: Will be submitting a resolution about Governor Pataki's TAP cuts. Cindy Donovan is celebrating her 26th year of service for SA. The flower cooler will be up and running in a couple of weeks. The constitutional revision task force has met and has been discussing changes they would like to make. A transitional protocol bill will be submitted soon. SA shirts should be ready by nest Tuesday. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: There will be no more senate dinners after tonight; all the funds have ran out. Senator of the month will be announced nest week. Received a fax from the US Student Association about a conference on March 4,2002. The cost is $195.00 if you are interested in attending please see him. Explained the senate packet and senate clerk bill. Will be submitting the State of the Senate address in the upcoming weeks. Is disappointed in the Senate liaison system, feels that senators are not keeping in touch with the corresponding organizations. Dan Lorber Director of Finance:

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Explained why there needs to be an increase in the SA fee due to the decrease in full time students. NYPIRG Introduced student project leaders that are interning for NYPIRG. Explained what each project leader is working on. Discussed Potassium iodide and Pataki's policy of distributing the chemical in a 10-mile radius of nuclear power plants. Explained "Super Plan" and its idea to clean up toxic waste sites. Lobby Day is March 4,2002. COMMITTEE REPORTS Finance: 37.45 Recommend passage 37.46 Recommend passage with amendments. Will be submitting financial policy amendments soon. Procedure: 37.47 Recommend passage with amendments. Please remember next week is a very important meeting so please be at Senate. Also, remember that senator issues forum is only for senators to speak. Policy: 37.45 Did not take a position 37.46 Feels students should have been made for aware Elections: Went through petitions. First debate will be on March 4, 2002. Health, Safety and Environment: No Report. Recruitment: No Report. CCRT: Wanted to let senate know that president Stanley was invited to the Senate dinner with the city legislators. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM: Randolph: What is the status with the bills? Hockey: Not all the bills have been submitted to Tim Hurwit: Why was Ben Jakes-Johnson directing the debates if he is a paid employee by SA Long: Feels that Ben Jakes-Johnson doesn't have a personal stake in the elections. Lawson: Just wanted to remind the senate that we are here for the students good. SPECIAL ORDERS SLE.37.49 Amendment to SLE.37.44 Hurwit: Second

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Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways, "Add lines 41 be it further enacted that this bill be delivered to the student association president within three days of its passage by the student association senate by the Vice president" Lipsky: Second Vote on amendment: 24-0-0 Pass Pufky: Motion to amend in the following ways, "add lines 2 please choose two (2) of the following students to represent the state university of New York college at Oswego in the New York Public Interest Research groups Board of directors" Bishop: second Vote on amendment: 25-0-0 Pass Lipsky: Motion to amend in the following ways, "add lines 39 after enacted that this bill supercedes all laws pertaining to referendum passed during the 37h legislative session" Randolph: Second Vote on amendment: 22-1-0 Pass Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways, "Strike lines 23-25" Long: second Vote on amendment: 1-18-4 Fail Vote on bill: 20-0-3 Pass SLE.37.50 Questions for Referendum Seeley: Motion to withdraw Bill Withdrawn SLE.37.51 NYPIRG budget Salvadore: Motion to withdraw Bill withdrawn SLE.37.52 Maya Angelou Referendum Lipsky: Second Cannon: Motion to amend in the following ways, "Strike lines 22-25 on line 14 advisory" "Change #2 to #1 there for let it be further enacted that this legislation be delivered to the Sa president within 3 days upon passage by the student association senate." Bishop: Second Vote on amendment: 25-0-0 Pass Long: Motion to amend in the following ways, "change line 28 after by from $3 to $1.50 per semester" Salvadore: Second Vote on amendment: 23-0-1 Pass Vote on bill: 22-2-0 Pass

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SLE.37.53 Funding for Packets Randolph: second Vote on Bill: 15-2-6 Pass SLE.37.54 Funding for Senate Clerk Longley: Second Vote on bill: 25-0-0 Pass SLE.37.55 Late Budgets Pufky: Second Seeley: Motion to amend in the following ways, "add lines therefore be it enacted that this bill supersedes SLE.36.27 for the 2001-2002 fiscal year." Long: Second Vote on amendment: 24-0-0 Pass Vote on Bill: 24-0-1 Pass GENERAL ORDER A. Pending Legislation SLE.37.45 Funds for Phone Line Vote on Bill: 24-0-0 Pass SLE.37.46 Increase in SA Fee Seeley: Motion to amend in the following ways, "strike "an" on line 4, and add a student activity fee. Long: second Vote on amendment: 22-0-2 Pass Seeley: Motion to amend in the following ways, "change amount from line 19 from $1.00 to $.25" Salvadore: Second Vote on amendment: 16-1-5 Pass Vote on Bill: 16-3-5 Pass SLE.34.47 Senate Attendance Policy Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, "add lines 11 any senate absent for three consecutive senate meetings shall be in violation of this policy" Bonanno: Second Vote on amendment: 22-01 Pass Vote on Bill: 21-3-0 Pass

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NEW BUSINESS A. New Resolution SLE.37.15 Middle States Non-endorsement Pufky: Second Vote on Bill: 18-0-6 Salvadore: Motion to reconsider RES.37.15 Long: second 213 Vote: 23-1-0 Long: Motion to refer to committee O'Brien: second Referred to committee as a whole B. New Legislation SLE.37.48 By-Law Amendment Procedure Seeley : Second Referred to procedure Pufky: There is a large concern from her hall council about mandating coaches for athletic teams. O'Brien: Please remember to vote in the positive or negative and watch the use of abstentions Lawson: Is having problems getting his point across to members of the campus steering committee. Barnhart: Gave speech about how he feels certain things or ideas of his are not being supported because of what some senators may think of him. Feels that this type of behavior should be stopped and senators should focus on what is best for the students and not how they feel about him. Insisted that senators keep an open mind. -L Senators Present: Carter, Osborne, Lawson, Beck, Hurwit, Bonanno, Bishop, Kitz, Longley, Long, Smith, Burghart, Salvadore, Connelly, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Kohn, Clark, and O'Brien ADJOURNMENT Meeting ended at 10:OO PM Respectfully Submitted by: Kimberly S tegmayer Senate Clerk

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. Student Association A Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 18' Meeting 26 February 2002 Agenda I. Call to Order 11. Roll Call III. Approval of Minutes IV. Approval of Agenda V. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements VI. NYPIRG Report VII. Cornmi ttee Reports WII. Senator Issues Forum IX. General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.56 By-Law Amendment: By-Law Amendment Procedure 2. SLE.37.23 By-Law Amendment: Presidential Appointee 3. SLE.37.38 B y-Law Amendment: Censure Defined 4. SLE.37.39 By-Law Amendment: Impeachment Defined 5. SLE.37.40 By-Law Amendment: Recall Defined 6. VETO SLE.37.37 New Election Law B. Pending Resolutions 1. RES.37.15 Middle-S tates Non-endorsement X. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.57 Amendment #14 Financial Policy Lump Sum Payments 2. SLE.37.58 Funds for Men's Rugby 3. SLE.37.59 Recruitment Committee Name Change B. New Resolutions 1. RES.37.16 Thank You Non-Teaching Staff 2. RES.37.17 Censure of SAVice President Christopher L. Hockey XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Roll Call XIII. Adjournment

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. Student Association e Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3501 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 18th Meeting b 26 February 2002 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6: 10 P.M. Approval of Minutes: Long Second: Beck Approval of Agenda: Long Second: Longley Senators Present: Osborne, Lawson, Beck, Hurwit, Proxy Betancourt, Bishop, Ruppert, Kitz, Long, Longley, Smith, Burghart, Connely, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Proxy Graham, Clark, Proxy Storch, and O'Brien. GUESTS OF SENATE Chris Smith Director of SAPB Discussed reasons SAPB did not have a lot of programming last semester. To have a spring concert funds needed to be taken from other areas. Also explained other bills that need to be paid to put a concert on. Talked about the cost of May Day. Will be presenting the Senate with a bill next week. EXECUTIVE REPORT Timothy R. Barnhart President: Tickets for Rusted Root are on sale now. There is a college council meeting this Friday. Still working on transitional protocol bill. Will have a resolution in the next couple of weeks about the phone lines, and textbooks. Explained why the Maya Angelou Bill was vetoed and gave suggestions to make it better. Also explained why the election bill was vetoed. Christopher L. Hockey Vice President: Will be budgeting senate dinners in next year's budget. Also will be budgeting for new Roberts Rules of Order books. Will be giving Senator of the month award next week.

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Dan Lorber Director of Finance: NYPIRG Had successful interest meeting. Saw Hillary Clinton speak at nuclear power plant. The homeless project starts week before spring break. Lobby day looks like it is going to a big success. COMMITTEE REPORTS Finance: 37.41 Brainstormed about financial policy. Policy: Will be meeting with Mia Hodgins to discuss constitutions. Procedure: Have amendments for all by-law bills. Elections: Went over procedure for the debates. Health, Safety and Environment: No Report. Recruitment: New chair is Senator Beck. CCRT: No Report. SENATOR ISSUES FORUM: Randolph: Made speech about doing what is right for the students. Hurwit: Thanked Tim for the T-shirts. SPECIAL ORDERS SLE.3 7.60 Pufky: Second Connelly: Motion to amend in the following ways, "strike majority on line 42 and change to 213" Randolph: Second Vote: 19-2-2 Pass Randolph: Motion to amend in the following ways, add lines 42 "all funds distributed by this committee will be in the spirit of the passed referendum" Lawson: Second Vote: 24-0-0 Pass Hurwit: Motion to refer to Elections, Policy, and Finance

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Referred to Elections, Policy and Finance GENERAL ORDER A. Pending Legislation SLE.37.56 By-Law Amendment: By-law amendment procedure Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, add lines 3 1 all by-law to this constitution shall be subject to the interpretation as bills under the provisions of article VI, parts C, D, and E. of this constitution. Bishop: Second Vote: 24-0-0 Pass Beck: Motion to amend in the following ways, Strike lines 9, bylaw 7 and replace with by law 9. Pufky: Second Vote: 24-0-0 Storch: Motion to amend in the following ways, add lines 30 is required of their senators present. Lawson: Second Vote: 24-0-0 Pass Cannon: Motion to amend in the following ways, Add lines 16, shall". Longley : Second Vote: 24-0-0 Pass Houser: Motion to amend in the following ways, strike lines, 12-13 after an amendment has been introduced ass a (:) at to end a procedure on line 16. Randolph: second Vote: 24-0-0 Pass Connelly: Motion to amend in the following ways, add lines 25 individually before the senator. Long: Second Vote: 23-0-1 Pass Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, be it further enacted that these by-law s may be amended by a 213 vote of all members of the senate. Be removed from by-law 4." Seeley : Second Vote on bill: 24-0-0 Pass SLE.37.23 By-Law Amendment: Presidential Appointee Vote on bill: 22-21 Pass

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m 125 SLE.37.38 By-Law Amendment: Censure Defined 126 Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, add lines on line 14 after in the form of 127 a resolution "a resolution to censure be referred to the procedure committee for a period 128 of one week" 129 Pufky: Second 130 Vote on amendment: 24-0-0 131 Pass 132 Vote on Bill: 23-01 133 134 SLE.37.39 By-Law Amendment: Impeachment Defined 135 Lawson: Motion to amend in the following ways, Strike lines 13-14 with the implicit 136 intent removing the said officer from their position 137 Randolph: Second 138 Vote on amendment: 18-4-2 139 Pass 140 Vote on Bill: 221 1 141 Pass 142 143 SLE.37.40 By-Law Amendment: Recall Defined 144 Vote on Bill: 23-0-0 145 Pass 146 147 SLE.37.37 New Election Law Vetoed 148 Vote on overturning presidential Veto: 0-24-0 149 Fails 150 Veto Stands 151 152 B.PendingResolutions 153 RES.37.15 Middle-States Non endorsement 154 Ruppert: Motion to withdraw 155 Withdrawn 156 Salvadore: Motion to bring back RES.37.15 to the table 157 Majority Vote: 1 1 10-4 158 Pass 159 Vote on bill: 7-1 1-6 160 Fails 161 162 NEW BUSINESS 163 A. New Legislation 164 SLE.37.57 Amendment #14 Financial Policy Lump Sum Payments 165 Randolph: Second 166 Referred to Finance and Procedure 167 168 SLE.37.58 Funds for Men's Rugby 169 Seeley: Second 170 Referred to Policy, Health and Safety, and Finance.

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SLE.37.59 Recruitment Committee Name Change Seeley: Second Referred to Recruitment and Procedure. B. New Resolutions SLE.34.16 Thank you to Non-Teaching Staff Randolph: second Salvadore: Motion to amend in the following ways, strike lines 20-24 line 16 change further to finally Randolph: Second Vote on Amendment: 18-4-2 Pass Randolph: Motion to Pass by Acclamation Lawson: Second Pass RES.37.17 Censure of SA Vice President Christopher L. Hockey Note: Vice President Hockey stepped down from the chair to address this resolution Salvadore: Second Hockey: The charges brought against me are false and contradictory. The first accusation is that I have not submitted legislation in a timely manner. While it is true that it took several days for me to submit recent legislation to President Barnhart, there is no pattern of negligence and even if there was a pattern, who is to decide what a timely manner is? There is no law stating how long I have to submit legislation to the President and as such I feel that this accusation is extremely dilatory. This being beside the point, the resolution says that I admitted negligence which gives the perception that an investigation was done when this not true. I was never asked about any of my practices by the Procedure Committee or any other member of the Senate before this resolution. I have never hidden anything from this Senate; I've always been fair and have tried to run an informal meeting. I explained why the bills in question were late and I felt my reasoning was justified. To answer the charges of committing an act that the submitters of this resolution have deemed unconstitutional is also false. Our By-laws clearly state that our meetings shall be run by Robert's Rules of Order and as such, the rules grant me the authority to not accept any motion which is in violation of any of our standing governing documents. I exercised this right because I felt it was the right thing to do. The Senate appealed my decision, which I knew they could, and it was over. Had I taken the route that the Procedure committee suggests I take, the bill would have never made it to the floor as the Supreme Court would have filed an injunction against the legislation. I gave the bill a chance by doing what I did. I'd also like to point out that the submitters are contradicting themselves. I'm being accused of deeming something unconstitutional when it is argued that I do not have that right, by you condemning me on this issue, you too are interpreting the Constitution without going through the Supreme Court. By saying what I did was

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unconstitutional, you are interpreting the Constitution to say that I do not have power of interpretation. Does the Senate want to get into a habit of contradicting themselves? By not allowing the legislation in question on to the floor I was protecting myself and the Senate from a possible lawsuit. If the Senate makes a motion to mandate how an organization spends their money and I allow it to be heard, the Senate and myself can be held liable for allowing such a motion to proceed. Again, the Senate appealed my decision because they felt the risk was non-existent or minimal and the motion was heard but I did what I felt was the right thing to do. I've always tried to do what is right for this Senate and I've expressed many times that the Senate holds the power and that was never more evident than it is was last week. Yes, you have the power to censure me if you choose, but I ask you to find the severity of my actions and contemplate if they are worth censure. Does the Senate want to censure any member of SA if they disagree with a decision that is made? It is your choice. Randolph: Motion to withdraw Bill Withdrawn PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Lawson: Wanted to let Senate know that if they want to have things brought to referendum they have the power to do so. Connelly: Commend senate on passing by-laws so fast and well. Hurwit: please remember senate is for doing what is best for the students. Salvadore: Disappointed in not passing RES.37.15 McConnel: I just want to say that when I saw the censure resolution I did not know what to make of it, I know Chris Hockey has an honorable person and have known him to always do what he feels is in the best interest of the students. ROLL CALL Senators Present: Osborne, Lawson, Beck, Hurwit, Proxy Betancourt, Bishop, Ruppert, Qtz, Long, Longley, Smith, Burghart, Connely, Seeley, Cannon, Lipsky, Randolph, Dunn, Houser, Pufky, Proxy Graham, Clark, Proxy Storch, and O'Brien. ADJOURNMENT Meeting ended at 10:OO PM Respectfully Submitted by: Kimberly Stegmayer Senate Clerk @

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Student Association F. Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 19" Meeting 5 March 2002 Agenda I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. Approval of Minutes N. Approval of Agenda V. Guests of the SenateSUNY Oswego Men's Rugby Team VI. Executive Report Timothy R. Barnhart, President Christopher L. Hockey, Vice President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Director Announcements VII. NYPIRG Report rA VIII. Committee Reports IX. Senator Issues Forum General Orders A. Pending Legislation 1. SLE.37.57 Amendment #14 Financial Policy Lump Sum Payments 2. SLE.37.58 Funds for Men's Rugby 3. SLE.37.59 Recruitment Committee Name Change 4. SLE.37.60 Maya Angelou Referendum 5. VETO: SLE.37.49 NYPIRG Referenda 6. VETO: SLE.37.52 Referenda for Maya Angelou XI. New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.37.6 1 Coaches 2. SLE.37.62 Legislation Review 3. SLE.37.63 Transition Protocol 4. SLE.37.64 Funds for Training New Director of Finance 5. SLE.37.65 CD for Crew Club B. New Resolutions 1. RES.37.18 Assembly Redistricting 2. RES.37.19 Governor Pataki's TAP Proposal XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Roll Call XIV. Adjournment



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b Student Association F Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union rn Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 rn Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu rn Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa 4 Senate P 37~ Legislative Session 2"* Meeting b 4 September 200 1 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.03] Amendment to SLE 22.3: Proposed Increase in the Ceiling for Cashing Payroll Checks at Check Cashing WHEREAS, SLE 22.3 regulates an upper limit for Student Association check cashing; and WHEREAS, the bill is beyond outdated; and WHEREAS, this set upper limit inhibits check-cashing abilities. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that this amendment revokes all upper limits stated in SLE 22.3 for the Student Association check cashing service. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that . the limit for check cashing be as follows: Student/Employee personal checks be $30.00 Checks from parent(s)* with same last name be $50.00 Payroll checks: On Campus be $200.00 OfS Campus be $1 00.00 *waived if notarized form on file attesting parental relationships. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch AUTHORED BY: Daniel A Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-0 VETOED Timothy R. Barnhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 9-23-01 22 September 2001 Date Signed by President VETO RECONSIDERATION Reconsidered 10123 with amendments Veto Overturned 10/23 with amendments 23-0-0

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4 Student Association P Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2nd Meeting 4 September 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.04] Amendment #3 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, currently, organization's constitutions are submitted to the Student Association Supreme Court; and if an organization's constitution is denied by the Supreme Court, the organization would appeal to the same body; and this creates an inefficient situation due to a lack of an appropriate appeals process and separation of powers; and having a separate body review constitutions would help create a more appropriate appeals process. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the attached replace Article XV, Section 1, Subsections A,B,C, and D of the Financial Policy; BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the Chief Justice of the Student Association Supreme Court make copies of all pertinent constitutional documents, including but not limited to sample constitutions, constitution review policies, and criteria for constitution approvalldenial, for the Chair of the Student Association Senate Policy Committee; BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the Chief Justice of the Student Association Supreme Court meet with the Student Association Senate Policy Committee to train and inform the Policy Committee of the past practices of the Supreme Court in regards to constitution review; BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that these changes take effect immediately and become part of the Financial Policy; BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that a revised Financial Policy be printed with these corrections made.

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Page 2 SUBMITTED BY: Executive Branch AUTHORED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, SA President SENATE ACTION Passed by 21 -0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT o+ zf-01 21 September 2001 Date Signed by President

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XV. Becoming a Student Association Organization 1. Submitting a Constitution & Becoming Tier 1 Organization A. Any student group can become a Student Association recognized and/or funded organization. To be considered a Student Association organization a group must first submit a constitution to the Student Association Secretary or Vice President. The constitution must include the name of the group, purpose, membership (must be open to all SA fee paying students), time and place of meetings, election proceedings, officers and their duties, impeachment procedures, amendment procedures, and committee es tablislunent. An organization's existing constitution must be resubmitted if and only if there are any changes to it. These changes include but are not limited to a change in purpose, structure, name of the group, membership, election proceedings, officers and their duties, impeachment procedures, amendment procedures, committee establishment, spelling and grammatical changes. B. The Student Association Senate Policy Committee reviews every constitution submitted by a group campaigning for SA recognition or by an already existing organization making changes to their current constitution. Student organization constitutions shall be considered at the regularly scheduled Senate Policy Committee meetings. A representative of the student organization can be present. All student organizations' constitutions will be considered and voted on by all the voting members of the Senate Policy Committee. The approval of a constitution will take a majority vote of the Senate Policy Committee. If a constitution is denied, the Policy Committee must make recominendations for changes. The Senate Policy Committee has ten (10) class days from the time a constitution is submitted to review and notify the organization by memo of their decision, and include their recommendations if changes are necessary. C. If a group so chooses, they can resubmit the Policy Committee's recommendations in the same manner, or appeal the Senate Policy committee's decision through the Student Association Supreme Court. D. Funding for Tier 1 organizations is done on an event by event basis through a bill presented to the Student Association Senate. A bill is introduced at one Student Association Senate meeting and voted on the following week so that those Senators can present the bill to their hall councils and constituents. The Student Association Senate has the authority to pass, fail, or amend the bill.

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Student Association ~l,, Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2"* Meeting 4 September 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.05] Senate Liaison System WHEREAS, it is imperative that Senators have knowledge of the organizations that are funded by the Student Association; and WHEREAS, Senators should be a resource for organizations who need assistance in submitting bills, navigating the budget process, and addressing other problems and concerns. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that a Senate liaison system be implemented between the Senate and the Clubs and Organizations of the Student Association with the following guidelines: 1. Each Senator will be assigned a Tier 2,3, or 4 organization by the Procedure Committee at random. 2. Each senator will have approximately 2-3 organizations it assists. 3. Each tier 2,3, and 4 organization will be assigned a liaison. 4. Tier 1 organizations may request a liaison by contacting the Student Association Vice President; the Vice President will then ask the Senate for volunteer(s) to represent those tier 1 organizations. The role of the Senator in this liaison system will be to: 1. Keep in close contact with the Executive Board of said club/organization and inquire about events and issues with the organization. 2. Keep the organization informed as to the proceedings of Senate and help organizations be aware of Student Association rules and procedures, including, but not limited to, reminders of charters and budget requests and assistance with such. 3. Attend events and meetings of that organization, as time permits, and invite members of the organization to attend Senate. 4. Develop a relationship with the club/organization advisor if one is present. 5. Be familiar enough with the organization to be able to speak on any legislation/proposals that arise that may affect said organization. 6. Propose legislation for the betterment of such organization.

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7. Explain all legislation and its effects on the members of that organization. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that in the event that a Student Association organization is dissatisfied with their liaison, that organization may submit, in writing, a justified reason for their dissatisfaction, to the Policy Committee. The Policy Committee will then decide whether the complaint is valid, if found so, then the Policy Committee will recommend to the Procedure Committee that the organization should be reassigned a liaison. The Procedure Committee will then reassign a liaison. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that if a Senator is already a member of an organization, that Senator will be appointed as a liaison to that organization, only after submitting, in writing, a request to the Procedure Committee. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that if a Senator has reasons for not wanting to represent their assigned organization, they must submit in writing a request to be reassigned with a justified reason for the change to the Procedure Committee. The Procedure Committee will use their discretion to reassign Senators. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Board AUTHORED BY: Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President (lines 19 through 35 excerpted from SLE.36.03 as originally proposed by Joseph Storch, Vice President Emeritus) SENATE ACTION Passed by 19-2-1 Timothy R. ~a)nhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 7% .a I 26 September 2001 Date Signed by President

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Student Association 114 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: saOoswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37",Legislative Session 2nd Meeting 4 September 200 1 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.06] Amendment to SLE 36.03 Committee Structure Bill WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SLE 36.03 established a more coherent and structured committee setup; and the policy and procedure committees could be more clearly defined in duties and responsibilities; and there could be better attendance within committees. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that the policy, procedure, health, safety and environment, CCRT and recruitment committees each have 1 elected, ex-officio, chair and at least 4 elected members; BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that others may join these committees, based on interests, as voting members; BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the policy and procedure committees adopt the following roles and responsibilities: POLICY: The Policy Committee will meet at least bi-weekly during the academic semester. This committee will be responsible for looking at pieces of legislation in respects to how it will effect the overall well being of the Student Association. This committee will be viewed as an external senate committee in that it will deal more with legislation that will affect SA organizations, the executive branch, the Supreme Court, and any other non-senate entity. This committee will also be an avenue for thought and ideas to better the Student Association overall. PROCEDURE: The President Pro Tempore of the Senate as elected will chair The Procedure Committee. This committee will meet at least bi-weekly during the academic semester. The committee amongst itself will choose a vice-chair, who will have voting rights. This committee will be responsible for looking at legislation from an internal standpoint as to how it relates to and effects Senate. The Procedure Committee will review any legislation that effects the Senate in its procedures and programs. The Procedure Committee will also be an avenue of thought and ideas for the betterment of the Student Association Senate. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that these changes take effect immediately upon passage of this legislation.

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Page 2 m SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch AUTHORED BY: Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President SENATE ACTION Passed 19Y ON OA Timothy R. President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 7'/Z-O[ 10 September 2001 Date Signed by President

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-202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2"* Meeting 4 September 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.07] Freshman Senator Program WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the current structure of the Student Association Senate does not include freshman seats in the Senate except as determined by Residence Hall Program (First Year Experience) or circumstance; and first year student involvement is encouraged by the Student Association and the University but is prohibited by the current system; and student involvement has been proven to be beneficial to the campus community and individual personal growth; and like all others, freshman pay a student activity fee of $73 per semester which grants them equal opportunities such as, decision making, involvement opportunities and accessibility to leadership roles; and the Student Association Senate has traditionally had few or no freshman Senators causing a lack of continuity which is detrimental to the continued success of the Student Association. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that the attached Student Association Freshman Senator Program be adopted as a continuing program upon passage by the Senate and signature of the Student Association President; BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the Student Association Freshman Senator Program serve only as an additional apportionment and will not change the apportionment as outlined in the by-laws of SLE 36.18: Student Association Constitution; BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the timeline of the Student Association Freshman Senator Program be adjusted accordingly to each academic year; BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the Vice-president determine the number of open Residence Hall seats left over from the spring election and that information be provided to the Freshman to fill those seats.

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Page 2 BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that an ad-hoc committee be elected with one chair and 4 elected members (1 individual from each class) to monitor the progress and performance of the Freshman Senator Program. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that copies of this legislation be sent to all Residence Hall Directors and to the Residence Life and Housing Office. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch AUTHORED BY: Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President SENATE ACTION Failed by 0-22-0

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Freshman Program Requirements and Procedures Must fill out Freshman Senator Application. No application will be denied; it is simply for informational purposes. Hand in Application by 4pm on September 7 to 202 Hewitt Union. This deadline is very important, if you have any problems meeting this deadline, please .contact me at the given numbers. If there are more than two (2) applicants in a residence hall, an election will be held. The Student Association Election committee will conduct the election and notify candidates of the procedures. The election will be held on September 17from 9am-4pm at the residence hall front desk. The freshman residents of each building will elect two (2) out of the total number of applicants. The two (2) candidates who receive the most votes will be elected. Election results will posted by loam on September 18. All Senate candidates will also be contacted by phone. Once elected the freshman senators must fulfill the following requirements before being able to vote at the Senate meetings: You must attend one Senate meeting as an observer. At this meeting, you will have a voice but not a vote. You must attend Freshman Program Training on September 29,10:30 2:30 in the Hewitt Union Formal Lounge or, at the discretion of the Student Association Vice President, arrange a one-on-one training session. Arrange a meeting with Dr. Richard Hughes, the Director of Campus Life. You must work with your Senate mentor to develop and write a sample bill and/or resolution. *A Senate mentor will be appointed by the Vice President after the third meeting on the 18th of September. *This sample bill andlor resolution should be completed by October 9. Once you have obtained voting rights, you will be able to vote on every issue that confronts the Senate. As a Senator you will be required to follow the same rules and regulations and perform the same duties and obligations; this includes but is not limited to acting as a liaison for an organization and joining at least one (1) committee.

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Application for Freshman Senator Personal Information Name: Campus Address: Phone: Email Address: Website: High School: Birthday: Major: MinorIConcentrate: InterestsLHobbies:

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Please try to answer the following questions as openly and honestly as possible. Where did you hear about the Student Association? a) The Student Association presentation at Orientation. b) The Student Association information booth at the Info Fair at Orientation. c) The Student Association brochure in the Information Packet. d) College facultyhtaff member. e) Other f) What's the Student Association? What are your goals for seeking this position? What do you think the role of a Senator should be? Why do you want this position? --List any special interests or activities you have been or are involved in? If you could have made any changes to your high school, what would you have changed?

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Freshman Program Timeline Applications due to Mary Jo Ford, SA Secretary, in the Student Association Main Office at 202 Hewitt Union on September 7 by 4pm. Elections, if necessary, will be held on September 17 from the hours of 9am 4pm. Results of elections will be posted in the residence halls on September 18, by loam. The first Senate meeting will be held on September 4 at 6pm in 104 Lanigan. You may use your attendance at this meeting, or any others, as your required observer meeting if you are elected. Freshman Program Training will be held on September 29 from 10:30-2:30 in the Formal Lounge, Hewitt Union. Meeting with Dr. Richard Hughes should be held by September 28. You must prepare and present your sample bill/resolution to the Senate by October 9. The bill/resolution may also be an actual bill you wish to present.

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CHECKLIST FRESHMAN SENATOR PROGRAM Complete and submit Freshman Senator Program Application. Observe one Senate Meeting (this includes the September 4" meeting). Attend Freshman Program Training or 1-on-1 session. Meet with Dr. Hughes. Write sample bill and/or resolution with Senate Mentor. 7

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Student Association a Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37~ Legislative Session 3d Meeting 19 September 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.08] Re-Itemizing of WTOP Three Year Plan Account WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WTOP is a major media source on the SUNY Oswego Campus; and WTOP is one of the largest Student Association organizations with current membership exceeding 100 members; and WTOP needs this equipment to allow us to continue producing shows; and provide new programming possibilities to the SUNY Oswego campus as well as the community; and WTOP already has the funds necessary to purchase this equipment. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that Account #616 (Year one of the Three-Year-Plan) be itemized as follows: JVGYDV550U14 Base Camera Price JVAAP250U AC adapterlcharger JVKAS 10U JVC Tripod mounting plate JVSAK400 JVC View finder mount JVHZFM13U Rear Manual Focus Control JVZZS l3U JVC Rear Servo Zoom Control PAWJMX20 Digital AudioNideo Mixer B & H Shipping Charges 743 AVT-EST Transmitter AVR-EST Receiver Fiber Options Shipping Charges BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the remaining funds in account # 616 be returned to account # 947 in the amount of $96.50. SUBMITTED BY: Jennifer O'Connor, Off-Campus Senator Passed by 19-0-1 ee President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 09-zl-0 1 21 September 2001 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 3rd Meeting 18 September 200 1 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.09] Amendment #4 to SLE 36.27 Student Association Financial Policy WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Currently any item worth $10.00 or more is required to be inventoried; and our inventory lists will be sent to our insurance agent to be used for providing an accurate insurance program to benefit the Student Association; and $10.00 is a small amount to inventory; THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that the following sentence of section VIII. 1A on lines 1-2 on page 13 of SLE 36.27: '!All items that are owned by the Student Association funded groups must be listed if they are worth $10.00 or more." Be replaced with the following new sentence: "All items that are owned by the Student Association funded groups must be listed if they are worth $50.00 or more." BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that a revised Financial Policy be printed with these corrections made. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch AUTHORED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-0 Timothy R! hamhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT b1-Ol 26 September 2001 Date Signed by President

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Student Association % Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa9oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 3'* Meeting 1 8th September 200 1 1 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.10] I Annual Tier 2 Funding Disbursement I I WHEREAS, the 2001 Budget Council allocated $25,000 for Tier 2 organizations this year; and WHEREAS, the Finance Department suggests an allocation which is equal to the $25,000 for this purpose; and WHEREAS, no organizations have submitted appeals; THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that the following allocations be approved from account 950: Tier 2 Program Fund: Accounting Society American Marketing Association American Meteorology Society (Club) Cheerleading Chemistry Club Circle K Downhill Ski & Snowboard Club Fencing History Club Independent Music Organization International Student Association Jewish Student Union Okinawan GoJu-Ryu Pagan Student Association SEED Story Tellers' Guild Submission GrapplingIOswego Mixes Martial Arts Tae Kwon Do Women in Com~uting TOTAL BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the remaining amount allocated to Tier 2 organizations, in account 950, be transferred to account #947: SA Organization Contingency.

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SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch AUTHORED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT C 26-01 26 September 2001 Date Signed by President

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Student Association 1% .r, Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 3** Meeting 18 September 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.11] Purchase of Inventory System WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, before July 2001 there was no accurate inventory system; and an inventory control system is vital to the tracking and accounting of the Student Association assets; and according to the Board of Trustee policy, "An inventory control system shall be maintained to assure the proper disposition of equipment items"; and this software was purchased at the end of July 2001 as an emergency out of Account 807 Office Supplies; THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that $1000.00 be transferred from account 946 Student Association Contingency to account 807 Office Supplies to cover the purchase costs of the inventory system. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch AUTHORED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 17-3-0 0 Timothy R. Barnhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 26 September 2001 Date Signed by President

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4 Student Association 4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: saOoswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 31d Meeting 18 September 2001 Student Association Bill ISLE.37.121 Amendment #5 to SLE 36.27 Student Association Financial Policy WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Currently organizations are required to submit a monthly financial summary consisting of the following information: account number, budgeted total, expenditures to date, encumbrances to date, unexpended balance and unencumbered balance; and there is no need for the Finance Department to collect this information; and this creates more paperwork for the organization which may discourage student involvement; and the Director of Finance has the resources to make printouts of each organizations accounts with the same information as above, with no additional cost to the organizations; and organization treasurers should reconcile their books with the account summary sheet provided to them by the Finance Department; THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that the section of SLE.36.27 on page 28-29 regarding Monthly Summaries be removed and replaced with the following text: "The Student Association Director of Finance must submit to organizations a monthly activity sheet of each of their accounts beginning with October and ending in May." BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that a revised Financial Policy be printed with these corrections made. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch AUTHORED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance

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SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 26 September 2001 Timothy R: Barnhart, President 09'26-0 \ Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa0oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37Ih Legislative Session 5th Meeting 2 October 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.13] Funds for Del Sarte WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, \ ..4 Del Sarte budgeted for $500 last spring for a semi-formal in the fall and received nothing; and other clubs have received funds for semi-formals; and Del Sarte members are paying $15.00 per person for dinner and a DJ; and the semi-formal will be held on October 27" from 7pm to 1 lpm at Bridie Manor. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $180.00 be transferred from account #947 to an account to be created with the following breakdown of funds: Fee for room reservation$100.00 Decorations$80.00 BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that any unused funds from this event be transferred back to account #947. SUBMITTED BY: Starla Joyner, Hart Hall Senator 1SENATE ACTION I Passed by 15-3-3 Timothy ~.qarnhart, President , DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT b>10-bt 10 October 2001 Date Signed by President

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.+ Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewittunion Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37"' Legislative Session 7th Meeting 16 October 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.14] On Campus Crisis Line X7777 WHEREAS, The Health and Safety of all students at Oswego State University is and will remain a top priority of the Student Association Senate; and WHEREAS, Services to Aid Families (SAF), a division of Oswego County Opportunities runs a 24 hour Abuse and Assault Hotline for all citizens of Oswego County and further has committed themselves to providing this service for Oswego State students as well; and WHEREAS, Hundreds of Oswego State students have signed a petition requesting services for those who have been raped or sexually assaulted. There is no current Rape Crisis Center or emergency phone line that exists on campus. The Women's Center has endeavored to provide an on campus line that would automatically forward to SAF's line providing a free, easily memorable four digit phone number for all students to access; and WHEREAS, Oswego State's Technology Business Services has agreed to provide an on campus addition to this line using the numbers x7777, for the nominal yearly cost of $156 with a one-time installation fee of $85. This line would have no authorization code necessary and would be for any student a confidential, free alternative to dialing the current off campus phone number; and WHEREAS, Sponsorship of this line would make the definitive statement that this Senate will do whatever it can to ensure the safety of its students; and WHEREAS, The Oswego State University administration has agreed to pay for the oncampus Crisis Line x7777 for the 2001-2002 academic year. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that an account be created with the name Crisis Line, to be run and maintained by the Women's Center and funded fully as follows; One Time Installation $85 Line Charge $3 (month) x 12= $36 Call Usage Charge $10 (month) x 12= $120 TOTAL $24 1

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BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that this account be made permanent and be funded in every subsequent Student Association Budget without exception under the name Crisis Line with an amount not lower than the yearly cost for maintaining this line (currently $156); BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the Student Association Senate, alongside the Women's Center and other appropriate organizations, work to make students aware of the new convenience; BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that it require a 3/4 vote of any future Senate in order to de-fund or lower funding for this account, thereby ensuring its staying power for the students of Oswego State; BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the Senate strongly encourage Oswego students to apply to be trained to work on this line and encourage Academic Departments to work with students in investigating whether service learning credit can be gained for this work; BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that The Women's Center, Rainbow Alliance, Services to Aid Families, University Police, Technology Business Services, The Lifestyles Center, and The Personal Safety Task Force be thanked for their participation, support, and advice in reaching this goal; BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that in the event of any subsequent amount of payment or reimbursement for the crisis line by any third party, the Director of Finance has the authorization to transfer Student Association allocated funds in the amount of the payment or reimbursement to account #947, Student Association contingency. SUBMITTED BY: Chrystina Hubbell, Funelle Hall Senator Shana White, Off Campus Senator AUTHORED BY: Joseph Storch, Women's Center Special Projects Coordinator SENATE ACTION Passed by 201 1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 October 2001 IO-ST + nl Date Signed by President

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To: D& Lorber S.A. Fmm: Diana Robillard $& Technology Business Services Date: 10/09/01 Re: Crisis .Hotline Per a request from Joseph Storch regarding a crisis hotline, it is my findings that a four digit hotline could be established. This hotline would be forwarded to a local (Oswego) telephone number without the use of an authorization code. There would be an initial $85.00 installation 1 set up charge. Monthly charges for service on this line would be $3.00 per month line charge and $10.00 per month call usage charge. These monthly charges would be subject to change with a 30 day notice to S.A. This line could be operational by November 1,2001 if this hotline is adopted before October 25,2001. This is an extremely worthy endeavor, and I can assure you Technology Business Services will provide you quality service in making this a reality. CC: M. Pisa

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I Memo to: Mr. Joe Storch and Student Association Senators From: Chief Tom Ryan Regarding: The initiation of a 24 hour crisis hotline number on campus Dear Joe and Student Association Senators, The introduction of a campus wide 2417 crisis hotline which rolls over to the county wide agency, Services to Aid Families' 24 hour crisis hotline will provide a benefit to our campus community and increase awareness regarding sexual assault prevention and support services. Sexual assault nation wide is one of the most under reported felonies. National studies indicate that only one in ten victims report to law enforcement or service providers. In more than fifty percent of cases nation wide involving acquaintance rape, the victim tells no one about the assault. Awareness and accessibility of trained professional crisis intervention advocates can begin to change those numbers, thereby increasing reporting and linking sexual assault survivors with the advocacy, counseling, medical care and law enforcement support that they need. Having an on-campus number will improve communication and streamline reporting and access to service options for not only survivors, but those seeking to learn more about what services are available in this regional area. University Police supports this improvement to provide crisis information and advocacy to our campus community. Oswego

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I~DJ CynUiiaRAdam Captain Parking Office and Information Center DEFENSE Rt. 104 and New Street -@ Oswego, NY 131 26 (31 5) 341 -3227 University Police Fa (31 5) 341 -5602 (31 5) 341 -5555 adam Qoswego.edu 10/11/01 Memo to: Mr. Joe Storch From: Captain Cindy Adam, University Police Re: Support for the #7777 On-Campus Crisis Hotline Dear Joe and Student Association Senate members, I am gratified to learn that you have been able to set in motion concrete plans to install a 24 hour campus crisis hotline that will roll over to the county wide 24 hour Services to Aid Families advocates. I am also glad to know that you were able to obtain an easy to remember number which will help with public recognition. The most recent studies at SUNY Oswego indicate that the overwhelming majority of our students feel safe on this campus. That study is a tribute to all of the faculty, student leaders and professional staff that pro-actively work on safety and prevention education at this college. What we have learned about safety issues over the years is that the perception of safety equals the reality of how safe an environment is. That basic tenant of crime prevention demonstrates why we must always actively work to improve awareness regarding personal safety issues and improve tangible safety services for our students, staff and faculty in an ongoing manner. I applaud your efforts regarding this needed and worthwhile safety enhancement and support the introduction of a #7777 number for crisis hotline services. Sincerely, Captain Cindy Adam

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to md & ,&' 0 a @ OSWEGO COUNTY OPPORTUNITIES INC. I*: 6 P 9 5up. 15.e do *e 8 SERVICES TO AID FAMILIES (s.A.F.) Io (p,,aa*+ Midtown Plaza Oswego, New York 13126 Business Office 342-1544 Fax 342-7554 hus~ & ASSAULT HOTLINE 342-1600 9 October 2001 Women's Center 243 Hewitt Union SUNY Oswego Oswego, New York 13126 Dear Members of the Women's Center: I am writing this letter in support of the plan to connect an on-campus telephone directly to the Abuse and Assault Hotline. It is my understanding that a bill is being proposed to the Student Association Senate to defray the cost of an internal telephone line and connection to SAF's Hotline. The use of an internal number should greatly enhance student's as well as faculty and staff use of the Abuse and Assault Hotline when facing a sexual assault or domestic violence issue. I have also included for your information a copy of the SAF Substitute Staff position job description. Please encourage any candidate to apply for the position if they are interested. Having more college students involved at SAF should help to insure that our services continue to meet the needs of the college community. Thank you for all your efforts in trying to make SAF's services more accessible to the college community. I look forward to working together. Personally, as a former Student Association Senator and Student Association Assistant, I am pleased that the Student Association continues to be committed to addressing student concerns. SAF Division Director CC: Student Association Senate

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JOB DESCRIPTION JULY 2000 TITLE: SAF Division Substitute Staff SUPERVISOR: SAF House Manager HOURLY/EXEMm Hourly DIVISION: Services to Aid Families GRADULEVEL: Grade 3 PROGRAM: Domestic Violence, Crime Victims. Rape Crisis Program JOB SUMMARY: Provides coverage on short notice at the SAF House or SAF Office during staff shortages, including holidays and weekends. Provides beeper covemge for Sexual Assault Advocacy. Canies out all duties acco ding to Agency, Progmm, NYSDOH, and NYS Office of Children and Family %rvices policies and regulations. JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Provides coverage at the shelter during evening, overnight, early morning or day shifts at the SAF House filling in for regula r staff on an as needed and as scheduled basis. Provides crisis intervention services, refenals, advocacy and other necessary supportive services to residents at the SAF House and during sexual assault advocacy. Canies out normal duties and responsibilities of the shift covered. Responds to the Abuse and Assault Hotline. Assesses whether a client is appropriate to enter the House, coordinates services with client; arranges a safe pick-up point and arranges for transportation. Interacts with clients in a supportive non-threatening manner. hists residents with meal preparation, housekeeping, recreational activities and child care as needed. Provides transportation for residents as needed. Maintains properly completed logs, completes required paperwork and intakes during each shift covered. Attends regularly scheduled staff meetings at least monthly; attends in-service trainings when necessary for certification. Utilizes the established chain of command in emergency situations for technical support. JOB REOUIREMFNTS: Must have the ability to provide crisis intervention and supportive counseling to all SAF clients. Must be able to handle crisis situations in a calm and effective manner and provide a supportive environment for the residents. Must have the ability to follow procedures, protocols, written, and verbal instructions. Must maintain a high degree of confidentiality; must exhibit professionalism and good judgment. Must be a good role model to children and parents; models appropriate parenting. Must be flexible, able to cover holidays and able to extend shirt in an emergency. Must attend required trainings for skill enhancement and certifications such as CPR, First-Aid, etc. Must be readily able to lift children, negotiate stairs, and perform housekeeping tasks such as vacuuming and mopping. Must successfully complete Abuse and Assault Hotline training, vehicle certification process, and other required trainings. Must have a valid New York State Driver's License with good driving record; must maintain certification to drive an Agency vehicle. MINIMUM OUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma or GED; and One year related experience. Any equivalent combination of education, training, or experience. This description is not meant to be an al!/inclusive statement of the duties and responsibilities of the job. Employee's Signature Date Original 03/97, rev's 4/99 n.-UAFd-b.a

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Student Association e Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 8th Meeting 23 October 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.15] Funds for Community Services WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the office of Community Services serves an incredible amount of people, including students, faculty, and other community members'and these services provided benefit the campus community on many levels and the students gain experience, resume builders, and compassion; and the Adopt-a-Grandparent Coordinator is a necessary position that plays a critical role in the success of our office and this position makes it possible for the recruitment of the majority of our members (volunteers); and the Adopt-a-Grandparent Coordinator was hired under the pretenses of the previous year's conditions and if this coordinator is lost, uncountable members will be lost and the campus and city community suffer; and the change in the budget and the change of account 861 to a salaried position was never explained to any of the organization members and because of this we feel that the Coordinator, who was also in this position last year, should be given the respect to receive compensation until the end of her term; and this position has been funded in full for many prior years in the amount $2,250 and the last budget proposed only $400; and it is understood that this position should virtually be a volunteer position, Community Services would like to make this alteration after this year with the hiring of the new coordinator. This way, the Coordinator would be hired under these new pretenses. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $200 be transferred from account #947 to account #861, Adopt-a-Grandparent Coordinator Salary to bring this account up to $600. SUBMITTED BY: Tim Bishop, Off-Campus Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 12-6-4 A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 8 November 2001 t-k-O-W~ I Date Signed by President

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Student Association 4, -.. Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 8th Meeting 23 October 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.16] Early Agenda, Bills and Minutes WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, senate meetings can run long; and senators should be as well informed about issues and agenda as possible, in order to properly prepare for senate meetings; and early distribution of the minutes will enable senators to more closely at the minutes to catch errors that may happen from time to time; and due to an absence of time to educate him or herself on a bill, a senator may feel uncomfortable voting a particular way on a bill that is on special orders: and senators occasionally have appointments that may conflict with senate meetings; and by having the agenda a day in advance senators can make a estimated guess as to approximately when the meeting will finish, thus allowing a senator to make arrangements for a proxy senator where appointments may conflict with senate meetings. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that copies of the agenda, bills and minutes will be delivered to each senator's e-mail by 4:00 PM the day preceding the senate meeting; BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that copies of special orders bills will be delivered to each senator's mail box by 4:00 PM the day of the senate meeting BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that these time restraints will be waived in the event of the absence of a Student Association Secretary, absence or illness of the Vice President, emergencies (such as the events on September 11,2001), holidays and extenuating circumstances. SUBMITTED BY: Frank Salvadore, Off-Campus Senator SENATE ACTION Failed by 2-20-0

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 8th Meeting 23 October 2001 Student Association Bill rSLE.37.171 Transfer for Employment WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, % P the Student Association is in the process of hiring a part-time student receptionist and eventually a professional secretary; and the process is time consuming and costly; and this process was unforeseen, thus it was not budgeted for; and as of 10/17/01 there is $13,170.58 in Account 756, Student Association Secretary Salary that could be used to cover copies, media advertisements, interview related expenses etc. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that $1,000.00 be transferred from account 756, Student Association Secretary into an executive account to be created in order to pay for expenses related to hiring a student receptionist and professional secretary. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that any unused funds from the hiring of a new secretary be transferred back to account #756. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Failed by 8-9-3

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Student Association P Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 8' Meeting 23 October 200 1 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.18] Transfer for Safe Codes WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, every year there are seven safe combinations used in the Student Services Complex and each is given to student employees, the President, Director of Finance, and Finance Manager; and these combinations have been the same for many years even though the employees and Executives have changed during these years; and this creates a security breach within the Student Services Complex; THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that $250.00 be transferred from account 946 to an executive account to be created to cover the cost of new combinations. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the cost of changing the safe codes be budgeted for in every subsequent year. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 15-3-1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 8 November 2001 Timothy R am art, President P It -ow0 I Date Signed by President

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Student Association F. Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Faxt: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa i Senate 37' Legislative Session 9th Meeting 30 October 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.19] Funds for Fencing Club WHEREAS, the club fencing's equipment is in extreme disrepair after fifteen years of use, causing many of their foil blades to break during practice; and WHEREAS, membership in the club has more than doubled in the past year, causing the amount of equipment that they have to be insufficient; and % WHEREAS, safety equipment for the sport has improved a great deal since the last time it was purchased; and THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that $602.00 be transferred from account 947 to an account to be created for the purchase of the following items; 8 Collegiate Foil masks $55.95 ea 8 Gloves $17.95 ea 3 Packs plastic Tips $3.60 ea Total $602.00 BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that any unused funds be returned to account # 947. SUBMITTED BY: Brian Randolph, Onondaga Hall Senator Steven S taab, Fencing Club Treasurer SENATE ACTION Passed by 23-0-0 C Timothy R. E$a!nhah, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT \\-O%-O\ 8 November 200 1 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 9' Meeting 30 October 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.20] Amendment # 6 to SLE 36.27: Monetary Transfers WITHDRAWN

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondl: (315) 312-3601 Fax* (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa A Senate 37" Legislative Session 10" Meeting 6 November 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.21] Funds for French Club WHEREAS, the French Club is holding a Romance et Cholocat SoirCe on Tuesday November 27,2001 from 6-1 1 p.m. in the Hewitt Union Forum; and 3 WHEREAS, the French Club is in the process of re-establishing its organization therefore they did not receive a budget for this year; and WHEREAS, this event will be instrumental in establishing the French Club as a productive and effective organization for the campus community; and WHEREAS, there is a maximum of 40 people allowed to attend, with a cost per person of $5.25 for catering, for a total of $210.00. rC4 THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that $210.00 be transferred to account 970 from account 947; BE IT FINALLY ENACTED all monies not expended of the $210.00 will be transferred back to account 947 from account 970. SUBMITTED BY: Frank Salvadore, Off-Campus Senator AUTHORED BY: Christoph Fetterman, French Club President SENATE ACTION Passed by 23-0-0 Timothy ~.h%knhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT I\-@ r 01 20 November 200 1 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 10' Meeting 6 November 200 1 Special Orders Student Association Bill [SLE.37.22] Amendment #7 to SLE 36.27-Financial Policy WHEREAS, many organizations did not submit charters by the due date outlined in SLE 36.27; and WHEREAS, charters have been mistakenly accepted beyond deadline; and WHEREAS, if organizations do not submit charters by that deadline,they would loose their tier status and become Tier 2; and WHEREAS, having a Tier 3 and Tier 4 status is pertinent to these organizations existence; THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the deadline for charter submission is extended to Friday, November 9,200 1 at 4:00 p.m. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that this change only take effect for the 200 1-2002 fiscal year. SUBMITTED BY: Charla Blum, Senate Finance Committee Chair Sarah Waffle, Seneca Hall SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-3-0 1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT ~\-o%-o 1 8 November 200 1 Date Signed by President

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Student Association P Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 11" Meeting 1 3 November 200 1 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.23] By-Laws Amendment Presidential Appointments WHEREAS, Article VII, Section 111, of the Constitution of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego states: "The duties of the Student Association President shall include:" and I WHEREAS, Article VII, Section 111, Subsection 2, of the Constitution of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego states: "The appointment, with the consent of the Senate, of all the officers whose appointment shall not be otherwise provided for;" and lh WHEREAS, an actual procedure that states how the Student Association Senate shall give consent to Presidential appointees is absent from the current Constitution of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego; and WHEREAS, the lack of such a procedure is detrimental to the mission and operation of the Student Association and Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College at Oswego, that any executive appointee of the Student Association President shall personally appear before the Student Association Senate at the time of hisher appointment. If the executive appointee can not attend a Senate meeting, then helshe must hold two (2) one-hour office hours one week preceding the confirmation vote. In a majority vote the Senate may agree to consider the executive appointee in absentia. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that any presidential appointee that wishes to seek exemption from a personal appearance and wishes to he confirmed through the alternative procedure due to academic responsibilities must submit, either in writing or in person, justification to the procedure committee. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that any presidential appointee of the Student Association President must receive a 213 vote in the affirmative by the Student Association Senate prior to the 30Ih class day of the fall semester before an appointee can receive financial compensation.

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BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that this amendment shall not apply to executive assistants of the Student Association President, persons appointed to serve on College committees and persons who are not SA-fee paying students employed by the Student Association. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that this amendment shall take effect on April 1, 2002. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that Article XI be added to the By-Laws and read: XI. Consent to the appointment shall be defined as 213 vote in the affirmative by the Senate. Appointments should take place prior to the 30" class day of the fall semester. SUBMITTED BY: Joshua Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator SENATE ACTION *.A Passed by 22-2-1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 13 March 2002 Timothy R. ~arhhart, President Date Signed by President

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Student Association F Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 1 lth Meeting 13 November 2001 Student Association Bill ISLE.37.241 Amendment #8 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy Line by Line Budgets WITHDRAWN

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Student Association tOswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 1 1 th meeting 13 November 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.25] Amendment # 9 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy Direct Orders WITHDRAWN

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Student Association F Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 1 lth Meeting 1 3 November 200 1 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.26] Amendment #10 to SLE.36.27 Student Association Financial Policy Non-Monetary Donations WITHDRAWN

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Student Association rn Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 1 1' Meeting 13 November 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.27] Gospel Choir Phone Account WHEREAS, SUNY Oswego's Gospel Choir has been in existence for nearly 30 years; and WHEREAS, Gospel Choir promotes positive attitudes and an uplifting experience through singing for its members and for its audiences; and WHEREAS, Gospel Choir positively represents SUNY Oswego at frequent performances at charities, universities, campus events and churches, that extend beyond the SUNY Oswego campus and college community; and WHEREAS, Gospel Choir, in order to effectively and efficiently schedule events and discuss logistics associated with off-campus invitations, must have an adequate telephone account; and WHEREAS, Gospel Choir was not given nor budgeted a telephone account for the 2001-2002 fiscal year. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $100.00 be transferred from account # 947 to an account to be created for costs associated with telephone and fax usage. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that any unused funds be returned to account #947. SUBMITTED BY: Joshua Hunvit, Hart Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 22-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 12-~(9-01 6 December 2001 Date Signed by President

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 1 1" Meeting 13 November 2001 Student Association Bill SLE.37.28 Amendment #11 to SLE 36.27 Student Association Financial Policy WHEREAS, it is vital that SLE.36.76 be incorporated into the Financial Policy. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that SLE 36.76 is implemented into SLE.36.27. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that a new financial policy be created with these changes made. P SUBMITTED BY: Charla Blum, Senate Finance Committee Chair Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION '-m Passed by 17-1-0 Timothy R.~~~art, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 11Z~POI 28 November 2001 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 1 1" Meeting 1 3 November 200 1 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.29] Amendment #12 to SLE 36.27: Student Association Financial Policy Alcohol Policy

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Student Association tOswego State University of New York --202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 1 1 th Meeting 13 November 200 1 Student Association Bill rSLE.37.301 Amendment #13 to SLE 36.27: Student Association Financial Policy Donations WITHDRAWN

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Student Association P' Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 1 1 th Meeting 13 November 200 1 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.31] Paid Positions in Student Association WITHDRAWN

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#. (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 12" Meeting 27 November 2001 Student Association Bill CSLE.37.321 Blackfriars Payroll Account WHEREAS, Blackfriars, in order to pay professional help for costume creation, must pay their professional help through a payroll account; and WHEREAS, Blackfriars does not currently have such an account; and WHEREAS, according to SLE 36.27, in order to "create a new payroll position account during a fiscal year, it must be debated and approved in bill form to the senate." THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $500.00 be transferred from account #695 to a new hourly payroll account to be created for overhires. SUBMITTED BY: Joshua Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 19-0-0 0 President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 12.06-0 ( 6 December 2001 Date Signed by President

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Student Association P. Oswego State University of New York ---202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 12th Meeting 27 November 200 1 Student Association Bill rSLE.37.331 Discount for Student Services Employees WITHDRAWN

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Student Association ("4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 1 3 th Meeting 4 December 2001 Student Association Bill ISLE.37.341 Change of name for Recruitment Committee WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Association Senate Recruitment Committee could be involved in many more aspects of the Student Association and with Student Association Clubs and Organizations; and the current name of "recruitment" is limiting the ability of the committee to expand their resources to other areas of the Student Association; and there currently is no seat for the Director of Student Affairs, who can be a great resource to this committee. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the name of the Recruitment Committee be changed to the Involvement Committee. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that a voting seat be created for the Director of Student Affairs, or the director who is dealing with student affairs at that time, on this committee. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy J Bishop, Off-Campus Senator AUTHORED BY: Senate Recruitment Committee SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-0 ---VTO Timothy R. Barnhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT LZ-Ob-o\ 6 December 200 1 Date Signed by President

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Student Association IC5h Oswego State University of New York ---202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 13" Meeting 4 December 200 1 Student Association Bill [SLE 37.351 Creation of Fire Safety Liaison Program WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, e WHEREAS, s the health and safety of all Oswego Students, both those living on campus and off, is always a high priority of the Student Association Senate; and in the past five years, three fires have claimed the life of one student and the homes of several others; and many students do not perceive their living quarters to be up to fire safety code; and the City of Oswego is making an effort to build a bridge to the college to discuss the important issue of fire safety for students; THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the President shall appoint a Fire Safety Liaison. In the event of the liaison being unable to fulfill their position, the Senate shall immediately elect a replacement by special election. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that that the Fire Safety Liaison report to the Student Association Senate no less than once every month. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the Fire Safety Liaison shall meet, at least once a semester, with all Residence Hall Councils and staff to verify safety room checks are performed to the highest standards and provide fire safety instructional materials. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the appointee holding this position be required to be in contact with the Fire Safety Committee of Oswego and Oswego State. In addition, the appointee should seek to build a bridge of communication with the City and Town of Oswego Fire Department

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BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the appointee have a working relationship with the Senate College Community Relations Task Force Representative, the Off Campus Director, the Chief of the Student Association Volunteer Ambulance Corps. (SAVAC), a representative of University Police, and the Health, Safety and Environment Committee. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the Fire Safety Liaison shall create an explicit written report on the status of off-campus housing concerned with fire safety once a semester. This report should be presented to the Senate and made public. SUBMITTED BY: Jennifer Longley, Off Campus Senator Joseph Storch, Vice President Emeritus F SENATE ACTION Passed by 16-3-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 02 U-a% 21 February 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association b~4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37"' Legislative Session 12"' Meeting 4 December 200 1 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.36] Organization's Tier Status for 202-203 WHEREAS, according to SLE 36.27 Financial Policy, all Student Association organizations must be tiered by the Student Association Finance Committee in order to enter the budget process; and WHEREAS, any and all Tier 3 or Tier 4 organizations must submit a charter request to be reviewed by the Student Association Senate Finance Committee and be presented to the Student Association Senate in bill form for approval. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that the Student Association Senate Finance Committee's review of organization's charters and recommendation of tier status be adopted as follows for the 2002-2003 fiscal year: Tier 3 organization for 2002-2003 1. Asian Student Union 2. Biology Club 3. Black Student Union 4. Caribbean Student Association 5. Chamber Singers 6. College Choir 7. College Community Orchestra 8. Concert Band 9. C.O.P.E. 10. Del Sarte 1 1. Gospel Choir 12. Hewitt Union Bringing Activities to Campus 13. Latino Student Union 14. Mixed Choir 15. Oswego Technology Education Association 16. Outing Club 17. Phi Beta Lambda 18. Rainbow Alliance 19. Society of Human Resource Management

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20. State Singers 2 1. Student Art Exhibition Committee 22. United Music Organization 23. Women's Center Tier 4 Organizations 2002-2003 1. Blackfriars 2. Crew 3. Oswegonian 4. Student Association Volunteer Ambulance Corps 5. WNYO 6. WTOP 7. Community Services 8. Equestrian 9. Field Hockey 10. Great Lake Review 1 1. Men's Club Ice Hockey 12. Men's Rugby 13. Men's Volleyball 14. Ontarian 15. Student Activities Programming Board 4 16. Solid State 17. Women's Rugby SUBMITTED BY: Charla Blum. Student Association Senate Finance Committee Chair Student Association Senate Finance Committee SENATE ACTION Passed by 18-01 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 January 2002 Timothy p R. Barn art, President or 30-02 Date Signed by President

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phonek (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37+" Legislative Session 13th Meeting 4 December 200 1 Student Association Bill ISLE.37.371 New Elections Law WHEREAS, moving elections online would increase accessibility which would allow for higher voter turnout; and WHEREAS, current elections law needs to be restructured before the next all campus election to allow for the online voting to take place and to be changed to accommodate newly created committees; and WHEREAS, this new elections law is designed to be more clearly worded, will save the Student Association money by moving elections online and hypothetically increasing voter turnout, which would increase the validity of our student governments powers and responsibilities. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the attached election law be adopted as the new elections law. SUBMITTED BY: Student Association Elections Committee Brian Randolph, Onondaga Hall Senator Gregory Lawson, Funnelle Hall Senator Ben Jakes-Johnson, Senator Emeritus SENATE ACTION Passed by 18-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 18 February 2002 Timothy R. Barnhart, President 02-22-DL Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Election Law I. Apportionment A. All senate seats are based on the living centers that are outlined in the by-laws of the Student Association Constitution. There shall be one Senator for approximately every two hundred (200) regularly enrolled on campus students, and every two hundred seventy (270) regularly enrolled off campus students. B. The Student Association Senate will be responsible for determining the number of Senators per living center; this assessment should be made by the end of the Fall Semester. C. The enumeration of senate seats shall be in compliance with Article I, Section I1 part 3 of the Student Association Constitution. 11. Election Committee 1. The operation of the Student Association All-Campus Elections, as specified in this bill, shall be the responsibility of the Elections Committee, which shall be defined as the standing Senate Elections Committee. The committee shall consist of a chairperson whom has served as a Student Association Senator for at least two semesters; or another suitable candidate if a Senator with the necessary experience is not available, and at least five other Senators. 2. Duties and responsibilities of the Elections Committee chair: i. Coordinate and oversee all workings of the Election Committee. ii. Responsible for determining if all students that are running for an Association office comply with the following: 1. Senators: Article VI, Section I, part B of the Student Association Constitution 2. President & Vice President: Article VII, Section I, part B of the Student Association Constitution. 3. This shall include, but not be limited to, determining if the potential candidate is (1) a regularly enrolled student (2) is in good standing with the college (3) has paid their Student Association fee (4) has the appropriate cumulative grade point average. iii. Act as a liaison to the operators of the WebReg system.

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iv. Moderate the Student Association Presidential &Vice presidential debates or appoint a moderator with the approval of the Election Committee. v. Notify, through personal confiation, all Presidential, Vice Presidential, and senatorial candidates of the election results as soon as they become valid, before they become available to the student body as a whole. vi. Write and submit a bill to the Senate declaring the official election results. vii. The Elections Committee chair must determine the population group of eligible voters and turn the data into web-reg. 3. Duties of the Election Committee: i. Petitions: Preparing and making available a sufficient number of Student Association candidate petitions. These petitions shall be made available through the Student Association Office. Preparing and including with all petitions a sheet of instructions stating the necessary rules and regulations of the election along with an example of what is unallowable. Determine the validity of the petition of each potential candidate as described in this bill. Members of the elections Committee that are official Presidential andor Vice Presidential candidates are not allowed to serve on the Election Committee. Members of the Committee that are potential senatorial candidates are not allowed to determine the validity of any petitions from the living center in which they are seeking office. The elections Committee Chair may not seek the office of President andor Vice President. ii. Debates: 1. Setting the times, dates, locations, and formats for the Student Association debates. 2. Notifying all of the Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates of the times, dates, locations, and formats of each debate as soon as the plans for each individual debate are finalized. 3. Presidential & Vice Presidential debates will be in a separate format, but may come after one other. 4. Organizing any other public forum that the committee may desire iii. Other Duties: 1. Oversee all phases of the All-Campus Election and record any discrepancies, violations of this bill or other election law, and report them to the Student Association Supreme Court. 2. Responsible for the clearing away of all campaign material within 50 feet of all University owned computers by 8:OOam the day before the All-Campus elections are to begin. 3. Committee members may be present, but may not serve as an official witness to a count for the office that they are in contention for.

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4. Notifying the campus media groups of the official election results as soon as the Presidential, Vice Presidential and senatorial candidates have been notified. 111. Petitions and Requirements A. All candidates seeking election to the Student Association Senate must obtain a Student Association petition from the Student Association office and obtain fifty (50) valid signatures in accordance with the following regulations. To run for an All Campus office (i.e. President or Vice President) candidates must obtain three hundred (300) valid signatures in accordance with the following regulations. 1. All signatures must be obtained in person by the candidate and must be obtained from the constituency, which the candidate intends to represent. 2. Any student who has paid their student activity fee may sign a petition. 3. Any student can sign more than one Student Association petition, but not the same petition more than once 4. The candidate must explain to the student signing, the proper way to fill out the petition. 5. If the petition is filled out incorrectly the name shall be highlighted by the Election Committee and then removed from the overall count of that petition. a. An example of this is signing the petition without providing a printed name or vice versa andlor not providing the candidate's name at the top of the petition. 6. If the student does not print clearly so that a committee person can not make out what the person's name is, then the committee person shall first highlight the name in question and consult another member of the committee. a. if they both agree that the name is illegible than the name shall be removed from the petition b. If they disagree then the chairperson will make the final decision. c. Two elections committee members must initial the signature for it to be marked as invalid. 7. When a petition is completely checked, then the committee members must all print and sign the cover page.

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IV. Slate Rules A. An official slate of candidates shall be posted on the Student Association Bulletin Board, which is located on the Second Floor of Hewitt Union, and at the locations of all living centers. B. Candidates will not be allowed to run as "running mates" as specified in SLE 36.24 C. The official slate must be posted no more than five (5) academic days after petitions are due. V. Financing A. Budgeted Money 1. The Senate shall, during the Spring Budget Council, annually allocate funds for the general election account a. All expenditures from this account must be approved and then proceed through the normal Student Association Finance procedures. 2. A total of $850.00 will be allocated from the Student Association Spring Budget Council in an account solely for the purpose of financing the campaigns of the candidates for the offices of Student Association President and Vice President in the Annual All Campus Election a. All unused funds from this account shall be returned to the Student Association Senate contingency account #947 after campaigning has finished. 3. Each candidate for Student Association President and Vice President will also add an additional $20.00 to the aforementioned fund only after the official slate of candidates is posted. a. Candidates not adding $20.00 may not use funds from any other source for campaigning andlor election purposes. 4. If there are more than ten (10) candidates, then the Election Committee must submit a bill requesting more funds from the Student Association Senate. B. Candidates Money 1. General Financing a. A Spending cap on individual candidates will be placed at $100.00 as defined by SLE 36.52. b. No Candidate shall be allowed to spend Student Association funds for the purpose other than hisher election campaign. c. All receipts of purchases accrued during the campaign must be officially obtained and submitted to the Director of Finance.

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2. Candidate Specific Financing a. No friends or associates of candidates can purchase material for election campaign propaganda b. All campaign supplies must be bought from legitimate local (City of Oswego andlor Town of Oswego) businesses. c. All disbursements of campaign funds must be made through the Finance Department of the Student Association, rigidly complying to present Financial Policy specifications VI. Campaign Rules and Requirements A. Electioneering may begin with the posting of the official slate of candidates 1. Candidates shall be notified no less than twenty-five (25) days before the first day of the all campus election that their name will or will not appear on the official ballot B. Candidates are allowed to electioneer freely on campus up to the days of election 1. Candidates must agree to regulations expressed by Residence Life and Housing in regards to electioneering in Residence halls. No physical electioneering is to take place within any academic, administrative or residence halls, after 6:00 pm the day before the election 1. Candidates can electioneer outside of these buildings but must remain 50 feet from the entrance of any building when electioneering. 2. Campaign materials may be located in academic, administrative or residence halls; however they must remain 50 feet from any University Owned computer. 3. Personal phone calls will be permitted for the purpose of electioneering during the campaign. D. Debates 1. The Election Chair will organize public Debates. 2. Candidates for President may debate only other Presidential candidates and Vice Presidential candidates may only debate only other Vice Presidential candidates, as defined in SLE 36.23 VII. Voting Via Webreg A. Current SUNY Oswego Students, with valid ID number and pin number, will be able to vote in Student Association Elections via the World Wide Web at http://webreg.oswego.edu, during the times of 7:30am and 9:30pm on the days of the election. 2. Students will log-in as if they were registering for classes and proceed to the Student Association Election Link where voting will take place.

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a. Any pin numbers changed within 24 hours of the election will not work when voting for a candidate. 3. Students may use any computer with webreg access to vote, this includes personal computers and all University owned computers. a. University owned computers may be defined as any computer not privately owned. Examples of this include but are not limited to ICC Computer Labs, and Hewitt Union Kiosks. B. The ballot will consist of a survey-formatted list of questions. 1. The questions will be written by the Elections Committee and turned into the Registration Office (301 Culkin Hall) for posting. 2. The order of the questions will be as followed: President, Vice President, Senators and Referendum. 3. Write-in options will be available. VIII. Valid Election of Candidates A. All ballot items must receive at lease ten percent 10% of the votes cast from their proper constituency in order for that election to be considered valid. B. The Election Committee, under the direct supervision of the Supreme Court, shall be responsible for the final tally and certification of all election results. IX. Vacancies A. Any and all vacancies must be filled immediately by writs of election issued by the executive authorities of the living center and eventually filled by a special election conducted among the residents of such living center. (Student Association Constitution Article I, Section I1 subsection 4) X. Violations of Procedure/Grounds for Disqualification. A. Any infraction (s) may be brought to the Supreme Court at the discretion of the Student Association Elections Committee or any other member of the student body. The Student Association Election Committee must report any violation of this election law by a candidate to the Student Association Senate through committee report. It will be the responsibility of the Student Association Supreme Court to decide the appropriate action to be taken if there is proof of harm beyond a reasonable doubt. B. The accused may choose to be defended by the Solicitor General as defined in SLE 36.70 XI. This Bill shall supercede all election bills prior to the date of signing.

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Student Association a Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 15th Meeting 5 February 2002 Student Association Bill rSLE.37.381 By-Law Amendment Definition of Censure WHEREAS, the Student Association Constitution grants the Student Association Senate the power to, in Article VI Section IV Part F 7, "Censure its members by a 213 majority vote of all the members present"; and WHEREAS, a definition and a means of censure is not defined by the Student Association Constitution. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that censure, as introduced in Article VI Section IV Part F 7, be defined in the Student Association By-Laws as "the Senates formal expression of displeasure concerning the conduct of another senator; or any elected or appointed member of the Student Association, as submitted in the form of a Resolution." BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that a resolution to censure must be referred to the Procedure Committee for a period of one week. SUBMITTED BY: Senator Lawson, Procedure Committee Chair Procedure Committee SENATE ACTION Passed by 23-01 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 13 March 2002 8 Timothy R. darnhart, President 0313-6 z Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 15 th Meeting 5 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.39] By-Law Amendment Definition of Impeachment WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Association Constitution grants the Student Association Senate, in Article VI Section IV part B, the "sole power of impeachment, impeachment law and trials of impeachment;" and Whereas the distinction between recall and impeachment, as introduced in the Student Association Constitution, have over the years become unclear. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that Impeachment be defined, in the Student Association By-Laws, as "the process of bringing forth charges against any civil officer of the Student Association." SUBMITTED BY: Senator Lawson, Procedure Committee Chair Procedure Committee SENATE ACTION Passed by 221 1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 13 March 2002 03r3-o~ Date Signed by President

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WHEREAS, WHEREAS, 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 15th Meeting 5 February 2002 Student Association Bill rSLE.37.401 By -Law Amendment Definition of Recall the Student Association Constitution introduces the course of the recall of a Senator, Article VI Section V, yet does not properly define what Recall may be; and the definition of a recall and the ability of the Senate to impeach have been confused when they are inherently different. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that Recall as introduced in Article VI Section V of the Student Association Constitution be defined in the Student Association By-Laws as "the ability, independent of the Student Association Senate, of a Senators Constituents to remove, the said senator." SUBMITTED BY: Senator Lawson, Procedure Committee Chair Procedure Committee SENATE ACTION Passed by 23-0-1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 13 March 2002 Timothy ~.jb&har]t, President 0313-02 Date Signed by President

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Student Association '4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 15 th Meeting 5th February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.42] Special Orders Elections Schedule WHEREAS, the Student Association is constitutionally required to administer annual elections; and WHEREAS, the election law requires that times and dates are established in order to have a smooth election that allows the entire student body to participate. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the following election schedule be used for the 2002 election season: 02/06/02 Petitions available in the SA office 0211 7/02 Petitions due by 4:00 in the S.A. office 02/22/02 Slate of candidates made avglable 03/01/02-03/13/02 Presidential & Vice Presidential Debates 03/14/02 & 03/15/02 Elections BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that any referendums to be included on the election slate must be approved by the Senate prior to the posting of the official slate of candidates on February 22,2002. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that any student seeking the office of Student Association President, Vice President, or Senator who hands in hisher completed petition by 4:OOpm on February 17, 2002 will be considered a bona fide candidate unless hisher petition is deemed invalid by the Elections Committee. Upon validation of a candidate's petition, the bona fide candidate's name will appear on the official slate of candidates. SUBMITTED BY: Adam Long, Elections Committee Chair Valerie Ruppert, Senator Off-Campus SENATE ACTION Passed by 18-1-1 Timothy If. ~&nhdrt, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 12 February 2002 0 %=12-02 Date Signed by President

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Student Association .a Oswego State University of New York --202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37fh Legislative Session 15fh Meeting 5 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.43] Senate Packets WHEREAS, receiving weekly emailed packets and printing individual copies is not only inefficient and time-consuming, it also so stands as an obstacle in the performance of a Senators duty. WHEREAS, emailing Senate packets prior to meetings is useful but should not be relied upon as the sole means of disseminating information. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the Vice President be required to supply complete meeting packets to all Senators at the start of all Senate meetings. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that these packets should include, but not be limited to, the minutes from the previous meeting, agenda for the current meeting and new legislation. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the Vice President be required to email the agenda and relevant legislation for the current Senate meeting by 6pm the day before the meeting. SUBMITTED BY: James Seeley, Mackin Complex Senator Procedure Committee n SENATE ACTION Passed by 17-0-3 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 1 February 2002 OZ2-102 Date Signed by President

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 16th ~eetin~ 12 February 2002 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Bill [SLE.37.44] Questions for Referendum the fimding of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) is mandated by the student referendum; and a referendum was last put before the Oswego student body during the campus-wide elections of 2000; and there are currently two open seats on the NYPIRG State Board of Directors for SUNY Oswego. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the following advisory referendum questions be placed on the ballot for the 2002 campus-wide elections: 1. Do you wish to continue to support the chapter of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) at SUNY Oswego? Yes No 2. Do you wish to continue to support a chapter of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) at its current level of funding of $4 per fulltime student per semester? Yes No 3. Please choose two (2) of the following students to represent the State University of New York College at Oswego on the New York Public Interest Research Group's (NYPIRG) Board of Directors. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the names of the candidates be provided to the election commissioner no later than one week prior to elections. SUBMITTED BY: Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator Ian Smith, NYPIRG Project leader/Off-Campus Senator Joe Storch, Vice President Emeritus Josh Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 22-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 21 February 2002 02-21 -02 Date Signed by President

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% Student Association % Oswego State University of New York --202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 16th Meeting 12 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.45] Additional Funding for Student Services Telephone Account WHEREAS, the 36" Budget Council did not properly budget for the Student Services telephones; and WHEREAS, the $4,000.00 currently budgeted for Student Services is the full amount needed for the Verizon TicketMaster direct-circuit line; and WHEREAS, there is no money allocated for the telephones in Student Services; and WHEREAS, there are 6 phone lines which presently exist in the Student Services complex: 0 X3603: located in Cyndia Donovan's Office, at the rate of $55.61 a month. This is a yearly total of: $667.32 X2952: located at the Check Cashing Window, at the rate of $35.00 a month. ,This is a yearly total of: $420.00 X2576: Student Services Fax Machine, at the rate of $39.00 a month. This is a yearly total of: $468.00 X323 1: located at the Office for Chartered Trips Window, at the rate of $44.95 a month. This is a yearly total of: $539.40 X2939: located at the Hewitt Union Box Office Window at a rate of $44.98 a month. This is a yearly total of: $539.76 X3605: located at the Corner Store, at the rate of $44.48 a month. This is a yearly total of: $533.76. X2553: Credit Card Line located in the Corner Store, at a rate of $33.00 a month. This line was terminated effective 12/31/2001. This is a yearly total of: $198.00.

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THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $750.00 be transferred from account #946 to account #350 to cover the costs for the telephone lines used in the daily operations of Student Services. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that $2,616.24 be transferred from account #947 to account #350, to cover the remaining cost of the telephone lines used in the daily operations of Student Services. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that any unused funds from account #350 be transferred back to account #947. SUBMITTED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 24-0-0 4 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT ova-62 21 February 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association '4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: ww.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 16th Meeting 12 February 2002 Student Association Bill rSLE.37.461 Increase in SA Fee WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, a student activity fee increase is needed to maintain the same level of sponsorship, activities, and involvement on the Oswego campus; and without this increase there will be a very minimal amount of money to give to clubs and organizations for additional funding of events; and this increase will have an extremely important impact on the Student Association, and all of its clubs and organizations. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the Student Activity Fee be increased by $3.00 for full-time undergraduate students. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the Student Activity Fee be increased $.25 per credit hour for graduate and part-time students in accordance with Student Association laws and regulations. SUBMITTED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance n SENATE ACTION Passed by 16-3-5 Timothy R. ~/rr&& President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 3-~b-02 21 February 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association .Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 16' Meeting 12 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.47] Student Association Senate Attendance Policy WHEREAS, the Student Association Senate can only function effectively when Senators are present therby providing proper representation; and WHEREAS, the current attendance policy is outdated and inherently flawed, thus requires replacement. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the following attendance policy for Senators be adopted: I. Any Senator absent for three (3) consecutive Senate meetings shall be in violation of this policy. 11. Any Senator absent for a total of five (5) Senate meetings during a single session shall be in violation of this policy. 111. Two absences with proper proxy shall be considered one full absence. IV. Any Senator absent from seven (7) Senate committee meetings shall be in violation of this policy. V. Violation of this attendance policy shall be considered a censurable offense. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that this policy be the only valid attendance policy. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that this bill comes up for review within the first and third Senate meetings of every new legislative session. SUBMITIED BY: James Seeley, Mackin Complex Senator f SENATE ACTION Passed by 2 1-3-0 *A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 21 February 2002 02-21-02 Date Signed by President

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Student Association ,Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 16" Meeting 12 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.48] Special Orders Funds for Student Services Flower Cooler WHEREAS, the Student Services taskforce was designed to help generate new ideas to better the services provided to the students of this campus; and WHEREAS, there was a large focus on the services that the Student Association Comer Store provides; and WHEREAS, one idea generated from the taskforce was to provide students with affordable fresh flowers through the Corner Store; and WHEREAS, Student Services has found a retailer who will provide the Student Association with a flower cooler for half the cost. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $700 be transferred from account #948 to an account to be created for the purchase of a flower cooler for the Student Services Comer Store. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that any unused funds be transferred back into account #948. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-4 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 21 February 2002 022\ -02 Date Signed by President

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Student Association n Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 17th Meeting 19 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.49] NYPIRG Referenda WHEREAS, the funding of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) is mandated by the student referendum; and WHEREAS, a referendum was last put before the State University of New York College at Oswego student body during the campus-wide elections of 2000; and WHEREAS, the Student Association should stand by its belief, denoted in the Constitution, that the student body is trustworthy in its opinions, and that the voice of the people shall never be silenced; and rch WHEREAS, according to Article VI Section IV part E, a "bill passed by referendum shall have the same standing as a bill passed by the Senate and signed by the President." THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the Student Association continue to support the State University of New York at Oswego's chapter of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) at its current level of funding at $4 per full time student per semester. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that SLE 37.49 be submitted to the electorate through the process of referendum to be voted on during the 2002 campus election. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the question asked by the referendum be stated as the following: 1. Do you support SLE 37.49; Student Association continued support of NYPIRG at its current level of funding at $4 per full time student per semester? YES NO

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2. Please choose two (2) of the following students to represent the State University of New York College at Oswego on the New York Public Interest Research Group's (NYPIRG) Board of Directors. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED for the purpose of satisfying the Student Association Constitution that a vote on this question shall be considered a vote on a bill. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that thls bill supercedes all laws pertaining to referendum passed during the 37" legislative session. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the Student Association Vice President deliver this bill to the Student Association President, within three (3) days of its passage by the Student Association Senate. Submitted by: Ashley Lipsky, Oneida Hall Senator Gregory Lawson, President Pro Tempore Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator 4Brian Randolph, Onondaga Hall Senator 9 Joe S torch, Vice-president Emeritus Chrystina Hubbell, Senator Emeritus Ian Smith, Off-Campus Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-3 VETb Timothy R. Barnhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 03-01 -or 2 1 February 2002 Date Signed by President

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 17th Meeting 19 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.49] NYPIRG Referenda WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the funding of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) is mandated by the student referendum; and a referendum was last put before the State University of New York College at Oswego student body during the campus-wide elections of 2000; and the Student Association should stand by its belief, denoted in the Constitution, that the student body is trustworthy in its opinions, and that the voice of the people shall never be silenced; and according to Article VI Section IV part E, a "bill passed by referendum shall have the same standing as a bill passed by the Senate and signed by the President." THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the Student Association continue to support the State University of New York at Oswego's chapter of the New York Public Interest 'Research Group (NYPIRG) at its current level of funding at $4 per full time student per semester. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that SLE 37.49 be submitted to the electorate through the process of referendum to be voted on during the 2002 campus election. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the question asked by the referendum be stated as the following: 1. Do you support SLE 37.49; Student Association continued support of NYPIRG at its current level of funding at $4 per full time student per semester? YES NO

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2. Please choose two (2) of the following students to represent the State University of New York College at Oswego on the New York Public Interest Research Group's (NYPIRG) Board of Directors. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED for the purpose of satisfying the Student Association Constitution that a vote on this question shall be considered a vote on a bill. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that this bill supercedes all laws pertaining to referendum passed during the 37" legislative session. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the Student Association Vice President deliver this bill to the Student Association President, within three (3) days of its passage by the Student Association Senate. Submitted by: Ashley Lipsky, Oneida Hall Senator Gregory Lawson, President Pro Tempore Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator Brian Randolph, Onondaga Hall Senator Joe Storch, Vice-president Emeritus Chrystina Hubbell, Senator Emeritus Ian Smith, Off-Campus Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-3 DATE PRESENTED TO 2 1 February 2002 VETO Timothy R. Barnhart, President SIDENT Date Signed by President OVERTURN Passed by 13-3-6 VETOOVERTURNED 5 March 2002

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 16th Meeting 12 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.50] Questions for Referendum WITHDRAW

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. Student Association Oswego State University of New York ----202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37"' Legislative Session 16th Meeting 12 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.51] NYPIRG Budget WITHDRAWN

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Student Association P"Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 17" Meeting 19 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.521 Referenda for Maya Angelou WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Maya Angelou is a nationally distinguished writer, and has been one of the most acclaimed speakers of our time, as she has spoken at the White House; and various clubs and organizations on campus have been interested in having Maya Angelou share her stories and motivate our student body since she is nationally known as both educational and inspiring; and currently funding for such an event is unattainable through organizations without the support and additional funding by the Student Association and student body. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that a referendum be taken to see if students would be interested in allocating a portion of their Student Activity Fee towards bringing Maya Angelou to SUNY Oswego. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that on the 2002-2003 election ballot the following questions be stated: 1. Do you wish to increase your Student Activity Fee, by $3.00 for the fall semester for one academic year to support bringing Maya Angelou to campus during the 2002-2003 school year? Yes No BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the Student Association Vice President deliver this legislation to the Student Association President, within three (3) days upon passage by the Student Association Senate. SUBMITTED BY: Brianne Cannon, Oneida Senator Kristin Beck, Funnelle Senator and Women's Center Liaison SENATE ACTION Passed by 22-2-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 21 February 2002 Timothy R. Barnhart, President OZzz-02 Date Signed by President

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Student Association r~ Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 17" Meeting 19 February 2002 Student Association Bill rSLE.37.531 Funds for Senate Packets WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SLE.37.43 mandates that the Vice President print all pertinent information out for the Senate regarding the weekly Senate meetings; and there was no budget allocation directly for Senate meetings; and there were many copies of Constitutions and Financial Policy's made for Senate training that we're not planned for; and there is not enough money left to fund the making of packets for the remainder of the year. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that $300 be transferred from account #947 to account # 840-1 to cover the cost of Senate packet copies for the remainder of the 2002 academic year. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that any money not used be transferred back to account #947. SUBMITTED BY: Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President SENATE ACTION Passed by 15-2-6 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 21 February 2002 Timothy R. b&nha!i-t, President 022402 Date Signed by President

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Student Association 4Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phonek (315) 312-3Mll Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 17" Meeting 19 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.54] Funds for Senate Clerk WHEREAS, the Senate Clerk is paid $5.15 an hour for recording and typing the minutes of each meeting; and WHEREAS, the Senate Clerk salary account is running low on funds and does not have enough to support payments for the rest of the term. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that $400 be transferred from account #947 to account #836 to cover the cost of paying the Senate Clerk for the remainder of the year. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that any money not used be transferred back into account #947. SUBMIITED BY: Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 02d2\-02 21 February 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association 4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/ -sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 17th Meeting 19 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.55] Special Orders: Acceptance of Budget Requests WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, two organizations did not submit budget requests by Friday, February 8, 2002; and these organizations, Men's Volleyball and the Latino Student Union submitted budgets on Friday, February 15,2002; and Latino Student Union met with Budget Council on Saturday, February 16,2002; THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the budget requests for Men's Volleyball and the Latino Student Union be accepted during the "normal" budgetary process as outlined in SLE 36.27. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that this bill supercede SLE.36.27 for the 2001-2002 fiscal year. SUBMITTED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 23-0-1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 02-zI/nz 21 February 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association P. Oswego State University of New York a ---202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax# (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 17'~ Meeting 19 February 2002 Student Association Bill rSLE.37.561 By-Law Amendment: By-Law Amendment Procedure WHEREAS, the Student Association Senate has repeatedly attempted to amend its by-laws but have not been able to because of attendance issues and not having all members present to vote; and WHEREAS, the procedure to amend the by-laws to the Student Association Constitution have proven to be nearly impossible. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that By-Law IX be removed and replaced with the following: These bylaws shall be amended by the following procedure: 1. An amendment to the by-laws must be referred for a period of one week. 2. The Student Association Vice President shall notify all Senators of the by-law amendment, and its placement on the agenda. Examples of notification may include but are not limited to: a. Certified Mail. b. Email, with a reply from the senator confirming they received the notice. c. Notification via telephone. Notification via telephone does not include a voice mail message, or an answering machine message. The Vice President must speak individually with the senator. 3. After referral for one week, the Vice President will place the amendment on the agenda under General Orders. 4. To pass the bill, and amend the By-Laws, a 213rds vote of all senators present is required. 5. All by-laws to this constitution shall be subject to interpretation as bills under the provision of Article VI, Section IV, Parts C,D, and E of this constitution.

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BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the sentence "These by-laws may be amended by a two-thirds vote of all the members of the Senate" be removed from By-law IV. SUBMITTED BY: Senator Lawson, Procedure Committee Chair Procedure Committee SENATE ACTION Passed by 23-0-1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 13 March 2002 Timothy R. bknh&, President 03-13uz Date Signed by President

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Student Association rn Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa h Senate 37h Legislative Session 1 gh Meeting 26 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.57] Financial Policy Amendment #lkLump Sum Option WHEREAS, there are many stipend Student Association employees; and WHEREAS, each employee has the opportunity to ask the Finance Department for a lump sum payment at anytime during their term in office; and WHEREAS, if an employee leaves office before the fiscal year comes to a close, either by impeachment, termination, or resignation and has received all of the allocated money for that position there may be difficulty in compensating someone who fills that vacancy. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that all stipend Student Association employees be given the choice of one of the two following options in regards to receiving their stipend; 1. Be paid bi-weekly with each check being an even portion of the total amount allocated to that position for that fiscal year, 2. A lump-sum payment at the end of each semester or summer session of service as it applies or pro-rated for the period of time served. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that a revised copy of the Financial Policy be printed with these changes. SUBMITI'ED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Ben Jakes Johnson, Executive Director of Human Resources SENATE ACTION Passed by 19-0-0 h Timothy d. ~arnhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 0313-a% 13 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association rr4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 18" Meeting 26 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE 37.581 Funds for Men's Club Rugby WHEREAS, USA Rugby, the national governing body of collegiate rugby, has implemented a mandate on all its member clubs; and WHEREAS, this mandate requires that 15 players on a team register with USA Rugby's "Club and Individual Participation Program (CIPP)", which includes an insurance policy that covers fatal injuries; and WHEREAS, this requirement was adopted by USA Rugby midyear well after SUNY Oswego's Men's Rugby Team could adequately budget for the mandate; and WHEREAS, failure to be in accordance with these CIPP regulations would be a violation of this new mandate and would prevent SUNY Oswego's Men's Rugby Team from playing any matches after April 1"; and WHEREAS, SUNY Oswego Men's Rugby has budgeted for this expenditure for the 2002-2003 SA Fiscal Year. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that Student Association provides funds to enroll 20 players in the CIPP program as follows: Cost of CIPP Membership Per Player = $25 Number of Players Enrolling in CIPP = 20 20 Members X $25 Total Cost = $500

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BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that $500 be transferred from Account # 947 to SUNY Oswego Men's Rugby Account # 506. Submitted By: Joshua Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 17-2-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 13 March 2002 0 313~ z Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 18" Meeting 26 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.59] Name Change for Recruitment Committee WHEREAS, the Student Association Senate Recruitment Committee could be involved in many more aspects of the Student Association and with Student Association Clubs and Organizations; and WHEREAS, the current name of "recruitment" is limiting the ability of the committee to expand their resources to other areas of the Student Association; and WHEREAS, there currently is no seat for the Director of Student Affairs, who can be a great resource to this committee. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the name of the Recruitment Committee be changed to the Involvement Committee. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that a non-voting, speaking seat be created for the Director of Student Affairs, or the director who is dealing with student affairs at that time, on this committee. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy J. Bishop, Off-Campus Senator Gregory Lawson, Funnelle Hall Senator Recruitment Committee SENATE ACTION Passed by 19-0-0 Timothy R~B~ITI~~, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT (7313-02 13 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phonek (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 18" Meeting 26 February 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.60] Maya Angelou Referenda WITHDRAWN



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Student Association rn Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 19" Meeting 5 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.61] Competitive Club Sport Team Coaches Policy WHEREAS, according to the 2001-2002 Student Handbook published by the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, "competitive club sports will retain a non-student coach who will be present at all practices, scrimmages, and competitions;" and WHEREAS, according to university officials, only competitive club sports teams that compete on the Oswego State Campus will be mandated to have coaches; and WHEREAS, this could be viewed as the university's attempt to reduce their liability with competitive club sports instead of an attempt to better the teams growth and development; and WHEREAS, club sports teams should be provided the choice whether they wish to have a coach, who the coach will be, and in what capacity that coach will serve the team; and WHEREAS, this policy has created an extra expense for the Student Association because in order for many teams to have coaches, they will have to pay them: and WHEREAS, the Department of Campus Life is willing to address this issue and attempt to rewrite the policy to be published in the 2002-2003 Student Handbook. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED, by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that an ad-hoc committee, to terminate seven weeks from the date of this bill's passage, be established for the purpose of evaluating the section in the 2001-2002 Student Handbook mentioned above that mandates all competitive sports clubs have coaches, and any other sections the committee deems necessary.

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BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the committee review the policy with intent to suggest improvements/changes for the 2002-2003 Student Handbook based on student input and factual findings; in addition, the committee's recommendations shall be presented, in the form of a resolution at the first senate meeting immediately after the ad-hoc committee terminates. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the committees consist of two members of the Student Association Senate, two club sport team's Presidents, and the Director of Campus Life or designee. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the name of the ad-hoc committee is called the Student Handbook Review Committee (SHRC) and selection of the ad-hoc committee members shall take place upon passage of this bill. *The term "weeks" refers to those periods in which class in session. \c4 SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President SENATE ACTION Passed by 17-0-0 Timothy ~.'~&nhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 03-1 3-oz 13 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 19' Meeting 5 March 2002 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Bill [SLE.37.62] Legislation Review the Student Association has existed for well over 30 years and in that time has passed major legislation that dictates how we currently operate and serve the campus community; and with constant turnover in leadership being the nature of college student government; and not all pertinent information may be passed down over time, resulting in a violation of unknown law, or creation of a redundant law; and some laws may be in violation of our Constitution, which would result in the degeneration of it's integrity. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that all of the laws currently on record be submitted to the Student Association Supreme Court for review. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the Supreme Court's nonbinding opinion be documented, made public, and brought to the Senate. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President SENATE ACTION Failed by 215-4

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 20" Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.63] By-Law Amendment Transition Protocol WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Barnhart-Hockey administration identifies the transition between Student Association administrations as a pivotal time in which one administration can share important information and knowledge with another; and within the transition protocol, an exchange of information will allow the all-important "agenda of the students" to be greatly enhanced and furthered; and a transition protocol is common in professional organizations and associations. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that a Student Association Transition Protocol be adopted as Article 15 of the Student Association by-laws as follows: A. The President shall convene a meeting consisting of the Vice President, the official candidates for Student Association President and Vice President, and the Dean of Students or designee to identify transition issues and information. 1The meeting shall occur after the official slate of candidates is posted by the Elections Committee and prior to the first day of the all campus election. 2This meeting shall familiarize the candidates with the student government, the responsibilities of their respective positions, the priority items to be addresses by each elected official during the Spring semester of the election year; such as Board of Trustees Policy, Student Association Employees, Contracts, and requests for proposals, certification of the budget process etc., and the unique relationship between the college and the Student Association without bias.

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B. The day following the declaration of the winners of the all-campus election by the Elections Committee to March, the winners shall be considered President-elect and Vice President-elect for the purposes of the Transition Protocol. The President-elect and the Vice President-elect shall be given any information pertinent to the operation of the Student Association and shall be provided the opportunity to witness the operations of the Student Association with the oversight of the current President and Vice President. The President shall convene a meeting prior to April 1" consisting of the Vice President, the President-elect, Vice President-elect, Director of Human Resources, and all Student Association full-time nonstudent professional staff to provide information that familiarizes the President-elect and Vice President-elect with the Student Association full-time non-student professional staff and provide an avenue to orient the newly elected officials with staff and responsibilities and performance evaluations. D. The President shall convene a meeting consisting of the Vice President, President-elect, Vice President-elect, and the President of S.U.N.Y. Oswego to provide information that familiarizes the President-elect and Vice-President-elect with the Student Association's relationship with the President S.U.N.Y. Oswego and the responsibilities and expectations related to the Student Association's unique relationship with the college. E. The President shall convene a meeting consisting of the President-elect and the Student Association Legal Aid prior to April lst to provide information that familiarizes the President-elect and the Student Association Legal Aid with the responsibilities and performance of the contracted legal aid representative. F. Prior to leaving office on March 3 lSt, the President and Vice President shall orient the President-elect and Vice President-elect to: 1. The status of any and all projects conducted by the Student Association throughout the past year. 2. An in-depth breakdown of the Student Association organizational structure and relationship with the college community. 3. A review of projects and university wide committees of which the President and Vice President are members.

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The President and Vice President leaving office on April 1" shall be considered Presidential Consultant and Vice Presidential Consultant for their respective positions until the last day of April for that particular year. 1. The Presidential Consultant and Vice Presidential Consultant shall be available as informative resources to their successors. They shall be available for procedural, contractual, and operational questions that the President and Vice President may have. 2. The Presidential Consultant and Vice Presidential Consultant shall have no executive authority or responsibilities except to advise the President and Vice President. The President and Vice President will assume the responsibilities and authority of their respective positions on April lSt, as stated in the Constitution. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the Presidential and Vice Presidential Consultants provide input to the executive offices on an as contacted basis. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the Presidential Consultant and Vice Presidential Consultant be given a stipend of $50 each for herhis continued service to the Student Association; these stipends shall not take effect until July 2002. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that this bill amends any previous laws dealing with transition protocol. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President James Seeley, Mackin Complex Senator, Finance Chair Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President SENATE ACTION Passed by 141-6 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 3 1 March 2002 0%51-OZ, Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 19' Meeting 5 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.65] Purchase of C.D. for Crew Club WHEREAS, budgeted funds do not carry over from year to year unless there is a specified investment purpose; and WHEREAS, by purchasing a Certificate of Deposit (CD) funds can be carried over from year to year; and WHEREAS, the Crew Club was budgeted $5,000 on a three-year plan for a new boat in their 2001-2002 budget; and WHEREAS, $15,000 is the average cost for a new boat. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $5,000 from account #517, Crew Club three-year plan, be put into a CD, so that a new boat will be able to be purchased by the Crew Club during the 2003-2004 fiscal year. SUBMITTED BY: John Houser, Scales Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 16-0-0 Timothy R! ~c&hart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 03-13-bx 13 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association P Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phonek (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 20" Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.66] Funds for Mimi Gonzalez WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, on April 4"' 2002 in the Hewitt Union Forum SUNY Oswego's Women's Center will be putting on its annual banquet for HerStory Month to showcase the accomplishments of women, and bring together the campus; and this year the Women's Center has invited Mimi Gonzalez, a Latina, bisexual, feminist to speak as a performer for HerStory Month on April 3rd, 2002 in the Formal Lounge at 7pm; and The Latino Student Union, Rainbow Alliance, Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and NYPIRG all support bringing this phenomenal speaker to campus; and Mimi Gonzalez costs $1,500 for a performance fee, and any additional expenses would be paid by the supporting organizations. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $1,500 from account #949 be transferred to an account to be created by the Director of Finance in order to bring Mimi Gonzalez. SUBMITTED BY: Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator Women's Center Rainbow Alliance NYPIRG Latino Student Union SENATE ACTION Passed by 16-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 13 March 2002 Timothy R. ~&art/~resident 03 13-OL Date Signed by President

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Student Association dOswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 19" ~eetin~ 5 March 2002 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Bill [SLE.37.67] Funds for WNYO Concert programming is an intricate part of the Student Association; and WNYO provides quality music programming through the airwaves; and WNYO would like to broaden its services and has the opportunity to provide live concerts to the campus featuring Zarnbonis, Atom and his Package and James Kochallca Superstar on April 12" at 9:OOpm and Sheila Divine and Longwave on April 19"at 9:OOpm; and these concerts would be held in Timpieces with an admission of $5 at the door. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $4300 be transferred from account W47 and $1500 be transferred from account W49 into an account to be created by the Director of Finance with the following breakdown: ZambonisIAtom and his Package1 James Kochallca Superstar -$2500 Sheila DivineILongwave $3300 BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that any unused and acquired funds be returned to account W47. SUBMITTED BY: Lauren Bonanno, Hart Hall Senator WNYO WTOP The Oswegonian SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT n 3 43 -02 13 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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* Student Association n Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37h Legislative Session 20' Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.69] Funds for SAPB May Day WHEREAS, The Student Association Programming Board shall be responsible for implementing events that will: challenge beliefs; encourage involvement; empower the individual; educate others; inspire action; and entertain the soul, all while creating a sense of community and University pride; and WHEREAS, May Day is a celebration of the culmination of a year of college at the State University of New York college at Oswego put on by the Student Association Program Board on the last weekend of April or the first weekend of May; and WHEREAS, May Day is designed to bring the Oswego State campus (faculty, staff and students) together along with the Oswego community in a day of carefree activities that allow for a brief period of relaxation before final exams, projects, presentations and, for some, graduation and the angst of finding a job; and WHEREAS, Campus organizations come together under the leadership of the Student Association Program Board in order to create a carnival-like atmosphere of sights of sounds, made up of rides, live performances, games and other activities; and WHEREAS, One of the highlights of May Day is the picnic that is put on in conjunction with Auxiliary Services for the duration of that day's celebration; and WHEREAS, May Day began around 12 years ago and, in its early form, was much different than the May Day many students have come to know. The May Day that is the one being replicated each year is only around 4 years old. This tradition will, undoubtedly, be carried on for generations of Oswego State students to come; and m WHEREAS, The events of May Day are designed to take place outside in the central h quad of campus that is barricaded by Penfield, Lanigan, Mahar Halls and the Hewitt Union. Events usually take place all around this area, including many inside Hewitt Union; and

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WHEREAS, The Special Events Coordinator for the Student Association Program Board is responsible for planning and executing the events that unfold both on May Day and the week that, in recent years, has preceded it with other daily and nightly events; WHEREAS, Last year over 5000 students, faculty, and staff participated in May Day Week 200 1, that include all activities during the week; WHEREAS, This year May Day Week will take place from April 29th May 5th; and WHEREAS, We are collaborating with many organizations and departments this year to increase involvement and activities, such as Residence Life and Housing, Intramural, Student Association, Phi Iota Alpha, Newman Center, Campus Life, Pagan Student Association, Auxiliary Services, Fitness Center, CSA, Artswego, University Police, Asian Student Association, Hart Hall community service, Greek organizations, Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate and many others; and WHEREAS, We are trying to keep the only Student Association tradition successful. The week is subsided by the allocated May Day budget, profits from the Rusted Roots Spring Concert and collaborative efforts with student organizations and departments; and WHEREAS, The week of activities will cost about $37,000; hopefully $10,700.00 from Student Association Senate, $1 1,000.00 from our allocated May Day Budget from Student Association, and approximately $15,000.00 from our Rusted Root Spring Concert; and WHEREAS, The Student Association is requesting $10,700.00 for the following items: Auxiliary Services Picnic $3,000.00 (Free for all students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community) Rollerskating $550.00 Disc Jockey $200.00 Karaoke $800.00 Splash-in-Movie $700.00 (movie in Lee Hall pool) Intramurals will pay for building usage cost, and lifeguards IMAX Theatre $3,000.00 Titanic and Ice-Berg $2.450.00

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Total $10,700.00 THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that that $10,700.00 be transferred from account # 947 into account 781-2 May Day. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that funds not used will be returned to account # 947. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the Student Association Program Board will continues a Student Association tradition that brings students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community together. SUBMITTED BY: Senator Lawson, Funnelle Hall Senator Ruppert, Off-Campus SENATE ACTION Tabled

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#. (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37"' Legislative Session 20" Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.70] Funds for Backyard Jam WHEREAS, Every year the Caribbean Student Association hosts an Annual Backyard Jam during May Day which consists of food and the rhythms from the Caribbean for the entire campus; and WHEREAS, People from other campus come to take part in both the Backyard Jam and their concert; and WHEREAS, On May 4"'~ 2002 during May Day at 2 p.m. in the Hewitt Union main level CSA wants to bring the Jamaican Pop Reggie group TOK from Jamaica to perform for the student body, and then hold a concert later that evening at 9 p.m. in the Hewitt Union Ballroom for 20 dollars a ticket for students who have paid their Student Activity Fee, and 25 dollars to the general public; and WHEREAS, This event will cost up to $10,000 for all of the expenses, TOK originally cost $9,000 and was talked down to $7,000 for performing and travel expenses. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $817.77 be transferred from account #947 and $610.00 from account 949 to Caribbean Student Association account #937 to pay for the costs of the performers. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that any unused and acquired funds are to be transferred back to account 947. SUBMITTED BY: Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator Rainbow Alliance Women's Center CSA SENATE ACTION Passed by 14-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 28-&a 2 26 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association P Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 20" Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE 37.711 Funds for Blackfriars WITHDRAWN

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37~ Legislative Session 20~ Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE 37.721 Funds for PRSSA WHEREAS, The Public Relations Student Society of America is an organization on campus that gives students the chance to enhance their knowledge of P.R. and provides access to professional development opportunities; and WHEREAS, PRSSA would like to hold a panel discussion between numerous P.R. professionals from different areas of the field but is currently a Tier 1 Organization and thus not budgeted; and WHEREAS, The funding will cover refreshments for 50 people and publicity for this event which will be held in Room 232 in the Union at 7pm on April 17, 2002 and be catered by the Forum. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $108.00 be transferred from account #947 into an account to be created for the PRSSA Panel Discussion: Bottled water-25 people @ 1.05 a person $26.25 Soda-25 @ $1.25 $3 1.25 Coffeettea-30 @ $1.35 $40.50 200 flyers @ .05 each $10.00 Total $108.00 BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that any unused funds be returned to Account # 947. Submitted By: James Seeley, Mackin Complex Senator, Finance Chair Anne Marion Blythe, PRSSA SENATE ACTION Passed by 171-3 P NT 03 31-oz 3 1 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association C* Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 21 Meeting 12 March 2002 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Bill ISLE.37.731 Amendment to the Financial Policy Budget Council Allocation Criteria there is no documented criteria for recommending allocation amounts for Student Association clubs and organizations by the Budget Council; and this situation does not contribute to the Student Association's continued attempt toward consistency with clubs and organizations; and Budget Council must consider clubs and organizations on a case by case basis, however; this year's Budget Council was able to determine general criteria that should be considered for every club and organization in order to help maintain consistency with clubs and organizations. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of State University of New York College at Oswego that the following criteria be evaluated by Budget Council during the annual budget process and added to the appropriate section of the Student Association Financial Policy: 1. Previous two years' and current years' budget requests, if applicable. 2. Previous two years' and current years' budget allocations by the Student Association Senate, if applicable. 3. Previous two years' and current years' budget appeals to the Student Association Senate by clubs and organizations, if applicable. 4. Previous two years' and current years' expenditures, if applicable. 5. Previous two years' current years' Purchase Orders, if applicable. 6. Amount of money left in clubs' and organizations' accounts at year-end. 7. The services and opportunity provided to the campus community throughout the past year 8. Clubs and organization's charters. 9. That expenditures do not discriminate based on race, religion, creed or gender. 10. Budget Council must be viewpoint neutral and not discriminate because of values or philosophies of the organization. 11. Budget Council remain consistent with Board of Trustees Policy on distribution of the Student Activity Fee.

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BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that a new copy of the Financial Policy be printed with these changes made. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President 2001 -2002 Budget Council SENATE ACTION Passed by 13-3-2 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT /I /Cl 26oL 9 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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5 Student Association F. Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37'h Legislative Session 20h Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.74] Amendment to the Financial Policy Procedure for Contracts WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the President is authorized by the Constitution to enter into contracts on behalf of the Student Association; and contracts with external agencies for service should be negotiated each fiscal year; and it may be difficult for new administrations to understand external relationships, consideration from previous administrations, cost of services and performance expectations for external agencies; and the budget is proposed in the spring of each year; and THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the following five points to the Financial Policy under the heading Procedure for Contractual Obligations: Budget Council shall make annual recommendations for contract costs (in accordance with section XV) considering service performance provided during the previous contract, the cost of the services provided for the previous contract, and the expectation for non-interference in the governance and/or operations of Student Association on the part of the external agency providing the service during the previous contract. The Senate shall review the contract recommendations and/or request for proposal (RFP) submitted by the Budget Council and make its recommendations for contract price to the President in resolution form by the third Friday in March. All service contracts shall be done on an annual basis. After the declaration of the outcome of the all-campus election by the Senate Elections Committee and prior to the certification of the budget by S.U.N.Y. Oswego, the outgoing and incoming Presidents shall conduct contract negotiations with external agencies for services to be rendered in the succeeding budget year.

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5. Contract negotiations shall include the President, the previous President, the Director of Finance and the previous Director of Finance if applicable. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that this section of the Financial Policy takes effect on July 1,2002. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that a new copy of the Financial Policy be printed with these changes made. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. B arnhart, Student Association President SENATE ACTION Failed by 6-16-0

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Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 3S" Legislative Session 20' Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.75] Amendment to the Financial Policy Involvement Fair WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association clubs and organizations are currently required to attend the Involvement Fair according to the Financial Policy; and encouraging diverse involvement opportunities for the campus community is an important issue to the Student Association; and numerous organizations gave suggestions to the Director of Student Affairs after the Fall 2001 Involvement Fair of how to improve the Involvement Fair in the future and the most popular was to have it be optional; and the Student Association negatively reinforces organizations' behavior by punishing them if they don't do what is expected in cases such as freezing accounts when a club/organization does not attend the Involvement Fair; and we should use positive reinforcement whenever possible to encourage organizations to continue good behavior. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the following replace "XI. Mandatory Involvement in Activities Fair" in the Financial Policy: XI. Involvement in Activities Fair The Student Association Executive Branch must assist the Department of Campus Life in planning and implementing a campus wide Involvement in Activities Fair. They must also encourage all Student Association clubs and organizations to attend the event in order to increase involvement opportunities in the campus communities. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that a new copy of the Financial Policy be printed with these changes made. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President SENATE ACTION Failed by 5-8-4

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Student Association P+ Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 20" Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.76] 2001-2002 Creation and Appropriation of Involvement Fair Incentive Account WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association clubs and organizations are currently required to attend the Involvement Fair according to the Financial Policy; and encouraging diverse involvement opportunities for the campus community is an important issue to the Student Association; and numerous organizations gave suggestions to the Director of Student Affairs after the Fall 2001 Involvement Fair of how to improve the Involvement Fair in the future; and the Student Association negatively reinforces organizations' behavior by punishing them if they don't do what is expected (i.e. we freeze their accounts if they don't go to the Involvement Fair); and we should use positive reinforcement whenever possible to encourage organizations to continue good behavior. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of Oswego State University that we recommend allocating $3,500 to the Involvement Fair Incentive account in the 2002-2003 budget. The funds shall be granted in the following way: Any Student Association club or organization attending the 2003 Involvement Fair shall receive $75 from the Involvement Fair Incentive account. This $75 can be transferred into any of the clubs' and organizations' accounts except salary, payroll, or stipend accounts. The clubs and organizations will determine to what account the transfer will be made. The Student Association President or designee shall determine the clubs' and organizations' that attended the Involvement Fair. Any funds remaining after the clubs/organizations receive their $75 for attending the Involvement Fair shall be transferred to account #947, Student Association Organization Contingency

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BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the Finance Department provides a copy of this bill to the Presidents and Treasurers of all Student Association clubs and organizations. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator Senate Action TABLED

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Student Association rn Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 2oth Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.77] Amendment to the Financial Policy Leadership Training Seminar WHEREAS, according to the Financial Policy "A Fall Leadership Seminar is mandatory for the treasurer and one other executive board member of all tier organizations that receive funding by the Student Association Senate"; and WHEREAS, according to the Financial Policy "All Student Association organization treasurers are required to attend a treasurers training session every fiscal year, which will be presented by the finance department before the organization is allowed to access any of their funds; and THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of Oswego State University that the following sentence one on page 15, Roman Numeral X be removed: "A Fall Leadership Seminar is mandatory for the treasurer and one other executive board member of all tier organizations that receive funding by the Student Association Senate" and be replaced with: "A Fall Leadership Seminar is mandatory for the President or one other executive board member of all tier organizations that receive funding from the Student Association." BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that a new copy of the Financial Policy be printed with these changes made. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President n SENATE ACTION Passed by 15-1-2 I*Timothy R. h&d, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 0.531 -DL 3 1 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association rn Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 20' ~eetin~ 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.78] Procedure for Special Performance Account WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, various Student Association clubs and organizations have shown interest in having a nationally renowned speaker, writer, poet actor, or politician etc; and there is an opportunity to budget for such a performance in the 2002-2003 budget; and it is important to establish criteria to spend the money allocated to this Special Performance Account. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of Oswego State University that we recommend allocating $30,000 to an Executive "Special Performance" account. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that a committee consisting of the following people is established to determine how to spend the money, plan, promote, and execute the performance: 1. Two (2) Student Association Senators. 2. Four (4) Student Association club and organization members. a. Two (2) elected by the Student Association Senate. b. Two (2) appointed by the Student Association President. 3. Two members of the Student Association Executive Branch. a. One (1) member shall have the same right as every other members. b. One (1) member will convene the meetings and serve as an Exofficio (non-voting. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the Student Association President must confer with the committee and have their support before shethe can spend or transfer the money allocated to the Special Performance account. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that any unspent money shall be transferred to account # 947, Student Association Contingency SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Jen Pufky, Student Association President Senate Action. FAILED 012-4

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Student Association POswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 20" Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE 37.791 Funds for Women's Club Rugby WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, USA Rugby, the national governing body of collegiate rugby, has implemented a mandate on all its member clubs, and; this mandate requires that 15 players on a team register with USA Rugby's "Club and Individual Participation Program (CIPP)", which includes an insurance policy that covers fatal injuries, and; this requirement was adopted by USA Rugby midyear well after SUNY Oswego's Women's Rugby Team could adequately budget for the mandate, and; failure to be in accordance with these CIPP regulations would be a violation of this new mandate and would prevent SUNY Oswego's Women's Rugby Team from playing any matches after April 1". THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that. Student Association provide funds to enroll 26 players in the CIPP program as follows: Cost of CIPP Membership Per Player = $25 Number of Players Enrolling in CIPP = 26 26 Members X $25 Total Cost = $650 BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that $650 be transferred from Account # 947 to SUNY Oswego Women's Rugby Account # 52 1. SUBMITTED BY: Joshua Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator n SENATE ACTION Passed by 14-21 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 03-13'62 13 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 20' Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.80] Committee Procedure I WHEREAS, All Student Association Senate Committees are of great value to the Senate and are vital in assessing legislation before it is voted on by the Senate; and WHEREAS, the Senate Committees could be better utilized in the legislation submission process; and WHEREAS, Senate meetings can run extremely long due to lengthy debate when the Senate acts as committee of the whole when assessing proposed legislation on the Senate floor; and WHEREAS, some legislation has legal implications, questions, grammatical errors, has lacked major Senate support, or may contradict the Student Association Constitution, by laws or SA policy: and WHEREAS, many of these problems could be resolved if committees analyzed legislation carefully before being introduced on the Senate floor. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that the following procedure be implemented regarding submission of legislation: 1. Legislation shall be submitted in the form of electronic and hard copy to the Vice President by the deadline that he/she has established. 2. Within two (2) days of receiving legislation for submission to the Senate, the Vice President will submit all proposed legislation to all committee chairs, who may accept or decline their committees ability to review the legislation. 3. Each committee has no more than two (2) weeks, from date of initial submission, to review the legislation with regards to the specific authority of the committee.

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3a. Any legislation dealing with organization funding shall be reviewed within one week from the date of initial submission. After no more than two (2) weeks the committee chair shall provide a formal written report of any changes that are recommended to the Vice President. The Vice President must forward this formal report with the recommended changes to the submitter(s) of the legislation within two (2) days of receiving committee recommendations. The submitter(s) of the legislation have one (1) week to review the legislation with the recommended changes. The Vice President will place the legislation and recommended changes, if taken into account by the submitters, on the earliest agenda in accordance with a majority vote of the Senate to forward the legislation and recommendations. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that if any of the previously mentioned procedures are not followed by the Vice President, submitter(s), andor committees, they must explain their actions in front of the Senate and the Senate may decide appropriate action to take. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that each committee reviewing legislation allow the submitter(s) of the legislation to attend the committee meeting(s) in which the legislation is being reviewed. The chair will notify the submitter(s) of the legislation of the time and location of these meeting(s). BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that this legislation takes effect upon the first meeting of the 38" legislative session. SUBMITTED BY: Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 17-0-0 e DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 3 1 March 2002 03 3 -02 Date Signed by President

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Student Association 4Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 20" Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.81] Committee Procedure I1 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, all Student Association Senate Committees are vital to the passage of legislation that is clear, concise and in accordance with our governing rules and documents; and the Senate Committees could be utilized more and provide valuable resources to the Senate as a whole; and legislation is typically sent to committee for 1 week which does not give committees enough time to thoroughly and efficiently review legislation; and there have been many long Senate meetings due to lengthy debate on the floor regarding issues that could be resolved in committee, provided adequate time; and committees could and should play a much larger role in the research and review of legislation; and each committee may need varying amounts of time to research and review legislation submitted; and having stronger, more utilized committees will provide for a more efficient Senate. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the following procedures for committee referrals be implemented: 1. Legislation will be referred to appropriate Senate committees after a motion to second has been made. 2. Legislation, which relates specifically to Student Association, recognized student organizations will be given priority consideration in committee and will be reported back to the Senate floor no later than two (2) weeks after the referral date. 2a. If legislation submitted by an organization needs to be reviewed by a specific date, the submitters must place that date on the legislation. 3. All other legislation will be reviewed in committee in a timely manner, except as specifically directed by the Senate, in order to provide committees with ample time to research and review legislation.

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Committee chairs must make weekly reports on the status of the legislation and if possible provide an estimated time of recommendations to the Senate. Committees must have a majority vote of total committee members to report out legislation to the floor of the Senate. (Note: Committee members do NOT have to agree on the vote of the legislation, only that there has been enough discussion and research done.) BE IT FURTHER ENACTED in order to ensure that SLE.37.81 is consistent with present law Section 111 (SLE.36.03) that the last two sentences in Section 111 of SLE. 36.03 be changed to read: "In order to see that pieces of legislation are not unnecessarily delayed, they must be referred to all appropriate committees at the same time. Delete "....and for the same length of tabling. This can only be overruled by a 213 vote of Senators present." BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that Special Orders Legislation must be submitted by the deadline set by the Vice President or through a motion made on the Senate floor and may EITHER be debated on the Senate floor during the meeting in which it is presented or referred to committee. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that each committee reviewing legislation may seek information and education from outside sources, included but not limited to, other SUNY Student Associations, Student Association organizations, SUNY offices, Student Association advisors, SUNY faculty and/or staff, and city officials. BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that committees reviewing legislation shall serve notice to the Senate and any organization members that have submitted legislation of time, date and place of their meetings and shall provide opportunities to Senators other than committee members to speak regarding the legislation under review. BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that this legislation takes effect upon passage of the Senate and signature of the President. SUBMITTED BY: Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 16-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT OZWOZ 3 1 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association % 4 Oswego State University of New York -202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2 1" Meeting 19 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.82] COPE Funding for International Awareness and Peace Week WHEREAS, Recent events have awakened us to the fragile state of our existence. These events have caused for a new level of awareness inour society. For the sake of peace, we need to learn, understand, and respect cultures aside from our own. For this would be the beginning to peaceful cohabitation in our diverse communities; and WHEREAS, Cope (Coalition of Peace Education, Amnesty International, NYPIRG, CSA, ISA, Capoera, and other interested groups and individuals wish to continue the tradition of International Awareness and Peace Week that was started in 1998. Since then, we have made it a point of reminder that the world is diverse and we need to promote peace through the understanding of our differences. WHEREAS, This year International Awareness and Peace Week is scheduled from April 9" to April 12th. Many events will take place: lecturesJdebates, sharing of cultures and others, and of course our annual Peace Week Banquet on April 9" with an award ceremony and a keynote speaker; WHEREAS, All of the student organizations involved will feel more rewarded to see a large participation from the campus community. For this is an event that will demonstrate the campus' commitment to education on culture, and will educate the staff, student and faculty on the many events that are taking place far from and also very close to us. THEREFORE BE IT FINALLY ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that $1000 be transferred from account 949 to a Cope account to be created for International Peace and Awareness Week with the following breakdown of funds: David Etse Nyadedzor and Ananse, African Drum and Dance Troop . . . . .$2000 Travel Expenses for Speakers And Perfonners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$200

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Banquet Expenses.. .................................... $100 Award Plaques. ....................................... .$lo0 BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that all unused funds be transferred back into account 947; and BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that the time and place of events under International Awareness and Peace Week, sponsored by SA, are listed on the attached forms, SUBMITTED BY: Gregory Lawson, Funnelle Hall Senator COPE NYPIRG ISA CSA Capoera SENATE ACTION Passed by 1 1-2-5 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 April 2002 &. &Cj ,o't Date Signed by President

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Student Association e Oswego State University of New York -202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa&swego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37& Legislative Session 2 1" Meeting 19 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.83] Funds for Keynote Banquet Speaker WHEREAS, the Women's Centers annual banquet is an event that draws students and faculty from numerous departments, organizations, and clubs; and WHEREAS, the Women's Center puts on programs throughout the entire year that benefit the campus as a whole; and WHEREAS, the Women's Center would like to have a momentous and rewarding end of the year banquet to thank and recognize the efforts of all the students, faculty, staff, and administration that have put their time and support towards the Women's Centers cause; and WHEREAS, a key note speaker known as Shauna Shames, is a part of the nationally recognized organization know as The White House Project, which works towards women gaining politically equality. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $500 be transferred from account $947 and be put into a Women's Center account for travel expenses, hotel and cost of Shauna Shames to come and speak at the Women's Centers banquet on Thursday April 4', 7pm in the Forum. Below is the breakdown of these expenses: Honorarium $500 TOTAL $500 THEREFORE BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that any unused funds be put back into account #947. SUBMITTED BY: Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator Ashley Lipsky, Oneida Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 13-7-1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 1 March 2002 U 3-21-oz Date Signed by President

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Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2 1" Meeting 19 March 2002 Student Association Bill rSLE.37.841 Date Change for SLE.37.67 WHEREAS, SLE.37.67 incorrectly states the date of the WNYO-sponsored concerts as April 19"; and WHEREAS, in order to be in compliance with SA Financial Policy, the date, time and location of the event must be stated. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the date of the WNYO concerts listed on SLE.37.67 be changed to April 18". h SUBMITTED BY: Joshua Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-01 Timothy ~.(~dmhht, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT Os431-a& 3 1 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association POswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 21" Meeting 12 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.85] Funds for Capoeira WHEREAS, Capoeira is a newly formed club this year, which has steadily been growing since its inception last fall. Capoeira has a large following and has produced many performances for various groups on campus; and WHEREAS, since this organization is a new tier 1 organization they have not been allocated any money for the 2001-2002 and are not budgeted for the 2002-2003 year; and WHEREAS, Capoeira would attract more people and would be able to practice capoeira more accurately and safely. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $839.99 be transferred from account #947 or any other applicable accounts available, with funding, for the following: 1. 20 pairs of pants at $25.00 a piece, plus $80.00 shipping and handling= $530.00 2. 1 Berimbaus= $69.99 3. 1 Atabaques =$240.00 Total= $839.99 BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that any unused funds be transferred back to account #947. SUBMITTED BY: Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 19-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT /o 760, 9 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association + Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union a Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 a Fax* (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu a Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37"' Legislative Session 21rd Meeting 2 April 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.86] Funds for Storytellers Guild WHEREAS, The StoryTellers' Guild will be holding a role playing convention titled Arcon from May Yd through the 5"' (MayDay weekend) at Laker Hall. WHEREAS, This convention is being advertised all throughout the state and in nearby counties. In hopes to attract attendees from as far away as New York City. Many of the attendees will be high school and community college students who will be exposed to SUNY Oswego for the first time. WHEREAS, This is an event we hope to continue in years to come. Role playing conventions are common at universities, and we have a large and growing membership that can finally support an event of this magnitude. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $1900 be transferred from account #947 towards a new account to be created by the director of finance for the StoryTellers' Guild's Arcon Conference for the following items: 1. Tablelchair rental $700 2. Custodian coverage for the $800 3.Tarp put down 1 take out $400 4. T-shirts $200 5. Random expenses (printing of con booklet, PR supplies) $200

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;4 29 30 THEREFORE LET IT BE FURTHER ENACTED that any unused 3 1 funds be transferred back to account #947. 3 2 33 SUBMIIITED BY: 34 Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator 35 36 3 7 38 SENATE ACTION 39 Passed by 16-2-0 40 4 1 42 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT if /ml Zb02 43 15 April 2002 44 Date signed by President

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Student Association P Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2 1" Meeting 19 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.87] 2002 Election Results WHEREAS, according to Election Law, the Elections Committee must certify the All-Campus elections; and WHEREAS, presidential candidates will be certified at a later date; and WHEREAS, the NYPIRG referendum will also be certified at a later date. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the following results be certified: Vice President Greg Lawson 895 Jon Figliuolo 3 Funnelle Hall Kristin Beck 69 Betsy Kane56 Michael Gewirtzman 42 Seneca Hall Jen Pufky 125 Brianne Cannon 98 Scales Hall Mike Olenick 13

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Hart Hall Kevin Sutherland 42 Maritza Betencourt 42 Lauren Bonanno 41 Brian Shole 12 Rebecca Springer 1 Ken Mitchell 1 Kevin Bell 1 NYPIRG Board of Directors Jen Pufky 520 Josh Turner 476 Joshua Brazee 358 Ian Smith 278 Tom Dellwo 169 David Bening Porter 180 BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that as soon as all matters are cleared, the rest of the election results will be certified. SUBMITTED BY: Valerie Ruppert, Elections Committee Chair SENATE ACTION Passed by 17-0-4 Timothy R. 6aYllhart', President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 033( -02 3 1 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association -. Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2 1" Meeting 19 March 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.88) Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority Bone Marrow Drive WHEREAS, the Epsilon Xi Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority here at SUNY Oswego will be holding a Bone Marrow Recruitment Drive on April 19, 2002 in the Hewitt Union Ballroom to honor Lisa Frank, a sister who lost her battle with Leukemia, and; WHEREAS, the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon are working in conjunction with the sorority's National Headquarters, Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority, on this endeavor, and; WHEREAS, the sisters of Epsilon Xi have been rallying support and funding for the Lisa Frank Bone Marrow Recruitment Drive at hall councils, and through alumni and personal donations. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the Student Association provide funds to sponsor 15 bone marrow donors as follows: $21.00 per donor 15 donors x $2l/per = $315.00 THEREFORE BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the Student Association Senate declares that they officially co-sponsor the event. THEREFORE BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that $315 be transferred from an account to be decided by the Director of Finance to a new account to be created by the Director of Finance. SUBMITTED BY: Joshua Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 13-3-3 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 22 April 2002 VETO Gregory Lawson, Interim President Date Signed by President m Vote To Overturn 0-10-0 Veto Stands I 30 April 2002

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Student Association e Oswego State University of ~ew'york -------202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session April 2, 2002 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Bill [SLE.37.89] Student Association 2002 2003 Budget the Student Association Budget Council has worked diligently on behalf of all students; and SA organizations and the Senate have dedicated numerous hours of their time to successfully budget for the needs for the entire campus community; and the Senate has to approve a budget for the 2002-2003 fiscal year; and the Senate should have on legislative record a line by line budget that they approved. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the 20022003 fiscal year itemized budget is attached. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the Student Association Senate approve the following year one of the three-year plans. Crew Account #I055 1 Boat (CD) Total: WNYO Account #I716 1 Audio Board $10,000.00 1 Supplies to setup new Audio Board $ 500.00 Total: $10,500.00 WTOP Account #I820 2 DSR-20 DV Deck $6,000.00 2 Dell P4 Dimension Desktop $2,000.00 1 News Desk Networking System $1 0,000.00 Total: $18,000.00

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BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that this budget be accepted by the Student Association as the official itemized 2002-2003 fiscal year budget. SUBMITTED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 14-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 4 adt 26 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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2 I + -----3 ACCT EXECUTIVE/STUDENT SERVICES 1 2002-2003 4 7001 Box Office Manapp Salary ---$1,725 ---Page 1 of 17 5 6 f 8 9 1 0 33 -. ----34 2002-2003 -$saso1 $350 ---4 --$6,700 38 ---39 -1 2002-2003 7002 4 BOX Office Clerks Hourly _----i $10J50 7003 Box Office Tickets --$0 4 71 00 ICheck -CashingCo-Director Salary ---$1,800 -71 01 Check Cashing Co-Director Salary -4 7102 CheckCashinnTellersHourly-1$12,792 7 -71 03 l~heck -CashinnTellers Summer Hourly -I $1,152 40 41 42 I -5201 Telephone I $1,420 -I-5202 +%PI%~ --1 $650 -5203 &ire & Lock Contracts $6.394 --------1 $2E! 13 7201 C~ier Maintenance --Aseemet $3,500 -11. 7300 kheck -Cashylg -Stamp ----so -L so43 ALLOCATION $8 464 -1 44 ---1 -I 45 -1 2002-2003 I $0 -+ 4 7 5301 /office Supplies $0 I 7 18 Ip 202 1 7402 _jComer Store Clerks Hourly -1 3.295 -7403 Comer Store Summer Clerks Hour& + --1 ------$1,152 7404 Comer Store Inventcry1 $35,000 -. ---7405 komer Store Supplies -$250-7500 OCT Director Sala~ --1 $1,725 I --22-7501 7~ Pe~~lClerks Hourly ---7-$6,823 -

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I $650 -$350 5307 Programming -------~ ~~ -~ ~ ~---~~ --. $500 ----~ -~ ----p--5308 Co ance ~ -~ $0 ALLOCATION ~ -~ ~ -$3,100 -~ ~quigment and Supplies 1Contractual / ~ntramural Program Expense Agreement Special Events --& Programs under Lifeguards Hourly ---Administrative Assistant Hourly --lsummer Office Assistants Hourly I 1 MENS RUGBY 2002-2003 : ::: ~ames Costs -------919500--Union Dues . ---$1,000 ---1003 Office Supplies --1 --I-$0 I 004~~ & Fax----1 I $40 ---$1,000 -4--$0 ---I-$31500 --$500 1009 /~od& ------$1,000 1 01 0 TI' Membership --w5 101 1 Coach Fees $1,000 1 01 2 Scrum Machine (Yr. 1 of 3-CD) ---L$1,000 ALLOCATION 1 -----2002-2003 1050 Maintenance ----$1,000 -1 051 &Race Regstration Fees7$1,500 1052 E~upment ---$2,000 --1 05~coPy dr Fax ---$40 (ALLOCATION 1 $12,590 Page 2 of 17

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I -$15 $1 OK--$2,5001 1 04--1Ipsurance ---7 :$625 ---1 $l,lOO---$1,000-$6,240--1 1 2002-2003 I 1150 Events $2,250 -----I7225 ----$40 -$200 ----[ $500 ALLOCATION ------$3,215--1 ---2002-2003 ---s2go ----1 $O--! -, -Page 3 of 17

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1 ONTARIAN 2002-2003 3 1502 -ytions A A -I $23,595 1503 Editors Salary 1 ---I$700 4-1 504 1 cTy ---Editor Salary J $133.33 Page 4 of 17 165-1515 lconference -_$_O 1 6 6 "168 -1 51 6 Computer M~in-gnance 1 $150 --A---1517 RefU"ds4 -A-pp $0 1518 TSit%Fees --PA--$0169----I $27.1 12.00 I ($8,000)-I I ($200) 172 -812 INCOME LINE 400) 1 -I -@ 173 I --NET ALLOCATION 1 -$18,512 174 --I f ---I_-LA-175 -/ OSWEGONIAN 2002-2003 1 76 1600 Publication I --} --$24,000 177 1601fosJage --178 1602 Office Supplies ---A 1 $400 I-3L~E-C_PL~~K -I$100 I 80 1604 Production %pJies -I $500 1 8 1 1605 4 Tge~hone i $1,450 J-goo$800 i----@!ooI $8501 88 1 61 2 1 Art Director Salary I $800

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161 3 I commentary Editor Salary I --I------T $450 15 4 I News Editor SaLa-'y ---L I $450 ---161 5 /~ports Editor Salary I -$450161 6 l~rts and Entertainment Ed9or Salq I $450 -t------1617 !Photo Editor SalayI -------$450 I----161 8 1Sytems Anaaist Salary I $650161 9 l~op~~ditor Sala~ I $450-1 +320 '~hot%Fp~ 1----t400--1621 Laser Writer Supplies -_ +I I $',l50_ 1622 Computer Maintenance I ---$Js1,300_ 1623 'Critique Press Association $50 i1624 Graphics Staff Hourly I t t $0 1625 1 Year 1 of Three Plan _ --I $01626 I Computer Enhancement -1 $0---1 ---1627 Commissions%pay~U-------I @OF 1 ---I I 1628 p!efunds $0 I -_ ---I 3100--------1 $42,200 ;$-3TG0 -----I -------1 ---/ NET ALLOCATION $9,700 --, ---I ---_-+ ---------------I pY0 I --&&G3----I ----1700 ITransmitter i%ineer ~alax -_ 1 _$EL 1701 'iNdFiEngineer Salary --11 $850 I $1,000 ournals T---1706 CJ-_ ----------$200 -1 Page 5 of 17

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-.21 50 2151 ~usic . .~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ $522 ~ ~ ALL I -. . ~ ~ ~~ ~ 1 $777 ~ ~ r--I I --------I -1 GOSPEL CHOIR 2002-2003 2250 Tour Budget I ----$1,800 2251 --Concert Expense ---$2,900 -t 2252 -Copy & Fax -----~ $1 75 2253 Music ---$1,000 2254 Dinner I -$2,500 2255 ,Equipment ----I $1 000Telephone -----j S(o0 ALLOCATION ---$9,475 SOLID STATE 2002-2003 2302 concert Expense $400 Page 7 of 17

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1 $10,000 I ----I $2000! $7,000 ALLOCATION_ -_ i $20,750 -! ($1,000) NET ALLOCATION --_ --(JEWISH STUDENT UNION 1 2002-2003 1 I ----------ALLOCATION -I n4~I -1 $1,200 1$220 ---$80 1 -$550 -2705 Video _-_ --__L $200-_ -2706 Llication -& ~ooks --------75 I -$1$100$800 --1 _ --I looI $16,665 1 $pm 1 $1,000 ---i $20,2_40 -i -_ I -I ASIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 1 2002-2003 2900 ~~~ware~es~~eek --i $0 1 $0-Page 9 of 17

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EXECUTIVE 5500 Presidents Salary 38th I -$550 $500 $1,000 -$1,000 $7,800 5509 Telephone -38th -I -$2200 $800 --$300 --$400 --1$400 5520 Greek Affairs Department ---I --$550 $100 $1 00 @!!$200 5560 /Director ofH-an Resourses Salary ------5571 I Off-Campus Services Asst. Dir.1. ----5590 1 WNYO Exec. Dir. ---5609 'student -AssemblyConferences -I $37,135 5620 ~eferendum Promotion (2004-2005) -lo 5621 FU Welcomeposters so Page 12 of 17

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Page 14 of 17 A B C I 612 5817 $1,000 581 8 ~~ave~~ployee parking p~mits $750 -6 1 4 581 9 jNon student employees bonuses --$1,000 61 5 z20 ~TIAA ref 61 7 900 Auditor Fee (Contractual Agreeme -6 1 9 5902 Payroll charges --620 5903 NYS Disabilities 622 5905 ]Taxes I 623 5906 Social Security Tax $0 626 5909 ployee Health/Life -Ins ALLOCATION ---629 ----630 --I VICE PRESIDENT $1,685 --I I $468 633 -6002 ]vice -President Summer Sti~nd I $510 ---6 34 6003 Nutritional Compensation ----$500 -635 6004 Vice -President Assistant -Salary 38th 636 6005 Vice President -Assistant Salary 39th ---L 637 6006 bziClerk 38th Ho* $500 --$1 00 -$500 $200 -$75 I $250 7 ---$0 644 645 646 -6013 Travel 39th -$0 6050 Senate Training --$700 I -6051 Elections ---$4,000 -6052&~d~ii~ ~lection -----850648 6053 College -CommunimiRelations -Committee --I $700T -649 6054 Policy Committee-----I -$0 GI 60% Health Safety dr Envi~onment@unittee -I $50 651 -6056 'Procedure~ommittee --I $0 --652 6057 lRecru&ent Counittee $1 00 t --I -$200 --$0-1 -$380---_1 $850~----$100-$0

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I TOTAL lNCOME I --753 -754 \TOTAL I 755 MISCELLANEOUS Fee: Fall (6712*73)(6750*74.5) I 3 -----I$ -502,875.00 k~: spring (6378*73)(6548*74:5)_----487,826.00 PT Fall (1 670'6.21'6) + ----$ 62,224.20 --756 757 1 758 759 760 761 7 62 Page 17 of 17 6201 Centro (ContractualAgreement) $65,000 -ICoG-ygency Centro $0 I --CeneRepayment (58) so6202 -1 IRSA -(Contractual --Agreement) -$75,000 6203 ]FamilyPlanning(Contractual -Agreement) $1 1,125 -6601 Prior -YearExpense -1 $1,000 -16602 -1 Reconciliation Expense $0 6603 /studeZRefunds --$0 764 765 766 & 6204 NYPIRG (Contractual Agreement) -1 -$51,000 6501 student Association Contin~ncy -I 52.5w 6502 Tier 1,2 Organization -Contkgency-$7,423 -6503 JTie;:4 --Ozanization -Contingency I R.850 I $900 I ---$4000 ---$10,000 -771 I ------772 -ALLOCATION + ---1 1 $233,!j399100 p 6650 ~ier 2 CLUB FUNDING -1-____ -L25,000.00 $ -

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Student Association + Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37"' Legislative Session 21" Meeting 2 April 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.90] Referendum By-Law Amendment WHEREAS, Article VI, Section IV, subsections C and D of the Sa Constitution define the process by which a bill may go to referendum, and; WHEREAS, Article VI, Section IV, subsection D states "The Senate may, by a majority vote of Senators present, submit any bill to the electorate." WHEREAS, Article VI, Section IV subsection C states "Upon presentation to the Senate of a petition containing the signatures of 213 the number of voters in the previous All Campus Election requesting a referendum, the Student Association shall then determine the validity of the signatures. When, and if, the required number of signatures is found valid then the requested referendum will be conducted in a timely fashion." WHEREAS, No where else in the Constitution is a method of submitting legislation to referendum mentioned, and; WHEREAS, During the 37"' Legislative Session bills have consistently been put to referendum through legislation, and; WHEREAS, During the 37"' Legislative Session, the senate has voted on bills that in part require referendum, but has not voted directly on sending any bills to referendum, and; WHEREAS, Voting on legislation is not the same as voting on sending a bill to referendum, and; WHEREAS, Confusion over the meaning of Article VI, Section Iv, subsection D of the SA Constitution clearly needs to be addressed, and; WHEREAS, The SA Constitution's By-Law's have been used to clarify points of the SA Constitution, and;

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THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego the following amendment be appended to the Student Association's By-Law s: "In order for the Student Association Senate to submit a bill to the electorate (refer to Article VI, Section IV. D. of the Student Association Constitution), a motion be made to "submit to the Electorate for a decision," the bill in question (SLE.. ..), with a majority of the Senators present in support of the motion." BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that this By-Law, if passed, will become effective on the day of the first meeting of the 38Ih Legislative Session of the Student Association Senate. SUBMITTED BY: Adam Long, Off-Campus Senator Valerie Ruppert, Off-Campus Senator Frank Salvadore, Off-Campus Senator Jamie O'Brien, Waterbury Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 12-3-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 26 dfrrc/ 200 Z 26 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37~ Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 9 April 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.91] Special Elections WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, 4e. Due to the outcome of the Supreme Court Case of Figliulo v. Ruppert in regarding the NYPIRG Referenda, the Student Association should hold a Special Election The Student Association Senate needs to place the question SLE.37.44 rather than SLE.37.49 on the all campus ballot, and; the Student Association Elections Committee was not budgeted for a Special Election, and; To hold a Special Election it is going to cost the Student Association approximately $4,000.00. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that $1550.00 be transferred from account 947 to an account to be used for a special election to be held on April 29th 2002 from 9:30arn-6:OOpm to be held in the student union. Voting Machines $1300 .OO RSVP $100.00 Meals for RSVP $50.00 Promotions $100.00 THEREFORE BE IT FINNALLY ENACTED that any unused funds be returned to account 947. SUBMITTED BY: Valerie M. Ruppert, Elections Committee Chair SENATE ACTION Passed by 9-3-1 r DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT /8 ,&el 2~0 2 18 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association e Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 9 April 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.92] Creation of Student Association Mascot WHEREAS, In order to show more school pride and to increase campus involvement within the Student Association, and; WHEREAS, To create a more positive view of the Student Association, and; WHEREAS, We should have a rally symbol of the Student Association, and; THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the following advisory question be placed on the Special Election ballot in order to obtain a mascot for the Student Association: Which of the following should be the Student Association Mascot? 1. Frog 2. Penguin 3. Heron 4. Pike 5. Pirate 6. Canadian Goose SUBMITTED BY: Valerie M. Ruppert, Off-Campus Senator James Seeley, Mackin Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 10-2-1 Q~ egory Lawso nterim President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT /9 3.d 2t 18 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association P' Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#. (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 &mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa lb Senate 37h Legislative Session 231d Meeting 9 April 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.93] Amendment to By-Laws Veto Procedure WHEREAS, no current veto procedure exists in the Student Association By-laws for the Student Association Senate; and WHEREAS, the veto procedure for legislation is a major part of the checks and balances policy of the executive branches power. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at the following procedure be placed in the bylaws under a section entitled "Veto Procedure." 1. The Vice President should place vetoed legislation last under general orders, pending legislation, on the agenda 2. The Vice President will notify the Senate that a piece of legislation has been vetoed in a prompt manner 3. The vetoed piece of legislation shall be brought back to the Senate the meeting that directly follows the President's action of veto. 4. Pending business rules of order will apply to vetoed legislation as follows: a. The chair will state the following questions when taking a vote for overturning a veto: i. "All those in favor of overturning the veto?" . 11. "All those opposed to overturning the veto?" iii. "All those abstentions in overturning the veto?" b. Two thirds (2/3rds) of the total Senate members present will be needed to overturn a veto. SUBMITTED BY: Jen Pufky, Procedure Committee Chair Procedure Committee SENATE ACTION Passed by 16-0-1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 26 ,%her/ tor3 26 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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% Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phonek (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 16 April 2002 Student Association Bill rSLE.37.951 Special Orders: Amendment #1 to SLE.37.58 Funds for Men's Club Rugby WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Men's Rugby has registered several member for CIPP insurance; and generally, when an organization requests funds from Senate any unused funds that have not been used are returned to the Senate; and in SLE.37.58, there is not clause which states that any unused funds be returned to Senate; and THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College at Oswego, that any unused funds from SLE.37.58 be returned to account #947. SUBMITTED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by 20-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 26 &w,f 2-OZ 18 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association rh Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 24th Meeting 16 April 2001 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.96] Request for Referendum Results WHEREAS, the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego rescinded SLE 37.44 "NYPIRG Referendum" on March 19, 2002; and WHEREAS, the Supreme Court of the Student Association ruled in the time of the trial with the NYPIRG referendum in question, on March 21, 2002 that SLE 37.44 is in fact law; and WHEREAS, it is stated in the Student Association Constitution Article VI, Section IV, Part F, number 1, that, The Student Association Senate shall have the power to: 1. Supervise the All-Campus Election. ; and WHEREAS, the constitution does not allow the Supreme Court to overturn senate's vote to rescind SLE 37.44; and WHEREAS, the Supreme Court's authority only extends to judging whether SLE 37.44 was in fact law; and WHEREAS, the Senate's legislative intent has been clear in its presentation of the NYPIRG referendum to the electorate, which was to ensure a democratic voice of the entire student body at the State University of New York College at Oswego; and WHEREAS, the ballots collected in the all-campus election will represent a larger sample of the student opinion than can be reasonably expected in any subsequent election, and therefore a more accurate assessment of public opinion. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the ballots for the NYPIRG referendum from the 2002 all-campus election be tallied as soon as reasonably possible at the elections committee meeting, for view of the senate and general public, no matter their standing as they are public domain and as how the students of this campus voted is still relevant for advisory purposes.

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4 SUBMITTED BY: Senator Bishop, Off Campus Senator Senator Lipsky, Oneida Hall Senator Senator Longley, Off-Campus Senator Senator Randolph, Onondaga Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 131-0 VET0 James R. Seeley, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT of Mv ZOoZ. 29 April 2002 Date sign& by President

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Student Association #Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondl: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 24" Meeting 16 April 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.97] Special Orders: Amendment #1 to SLE.37.85 Funds for Storytellers Guild WHEREAS, the Storytellers Guild will be holding a role playing convention titled Arcon from May 31d through the Sth (May Day Weekend) at Laker Hall; and WHEREAS, the situation of frozen Senate accounts has caused the Storytellers Guild to possibly lose their funding. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that Account #947 as stated in SLE37.85, lines 18 and 31, be changed to a Finance account number which will be decided by the Director of Finance. SUBMITTED BY: Jennifer Pufky Seneca Hall Senator Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator Adam Long, Off-Campus Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 16-0-2 7frnterim President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT /p dp./ 18 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 25th Meeting 23 April 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.98] Amendment #2 to SLE.37.44 WITHDRAWN

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa \ Senate 37th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 23 April 2002 WITHDRAWN Student Association Bill rSLE.37.991 Amendment #I to SLE.37.44

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Student Association e Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 26" Meeting 30 April 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.100] Special Orders: Amendment to SLE. 37.87 2002 Elections Results WHEREAS, According to the Election Law, the Elections Committee must submit the elections results to the Senate; and WHEREAS, The elections results are in. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that the following be added be added to SLE.37.87 2002 Elections Results: Section 1: NYPIRG Question I 482 Yes 103 No NYPIRG Question 2 288 Yes 242 No Passed by 16-0-2 Section 2: SA Mascot Canadian Goose 97 Frog 90 Penguine 79 Pirate 76 Heron 52 Pike 34 Valarie Ruppert 2 Passed 18-0-0

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Section 3: Presidential Votes Jim Seeley SENATE ACTION 3-15-0 SUBMITT'ED BY: Valerie Ruppert, Elections Committee Chair SENATE ACTION Section 1: 16-0-2 Section 2: 18-0-0 Section 3: 3-15-0 James R. Seeley DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 May 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 26' Meeting 30 April 2002 Student Association Bill [SLE.37.101] Special Orders: Accounting Society Loan WHEREAS, Currently Accounting Society is a Tier II organization; and WHEREAS, Accounting Society is planning on moving up to Tier III next year; and WHEREAS, Accounting Society is having two (2) events in September, the first on September 10, 2002 from 7pm-1 lpm in the Hewitt Union Formal Lounge, and the second on September 24,2002 from 7pm-1 lpm. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that. $700.00 be transferred from account 6502 to a new account to be created for the Accounting Society. THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that after the Tier II allocation bill is passed into law by the Student Association President that $700.00 be transferred back into account #6502. THEREFORE BE IF FINALLY ENACTED that this bill go into effect August 1,2002. SUBMITTED BY: Jennifer Puky Seneca Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 16-0-2 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 7 May 2002

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L Student Association h Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa $ Senate 37' Legislative Session 1 Meeting 1 May 2001 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.01] Thanks to Lauren Johnson WHEREAS, Lauren Johnson has worked diligently over the past year to bring the Student Association closer to the student body in her capacity of Director of Communications; and WHEREAS, Lauren's creation of and service on the Referendum Committee is the primary factor for the overwhelming number of students who voted "yes" on this year's referendum (almost 9 to 1); and WHEREAS without Lauren's dedication to the Student Association, the referendum -1 may not have passed. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we thank and congratulate Lauren Johnson for all that she has done for the Student Association as the Director of Communications. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 17 May 2001 Timothy A. darnlku-t, President 5-17-0 ( Date Signed by President

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* L Student Association fi Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37h Legislative Session 1" Meeting 1 May 2001 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, rA WHEREAS, Student Association Resolution [RES.37.02] Thanks to Christopher Pannozzo the Supreme Court under Chief Justice Pannozzo has been one of the most effective Judicial Bodies in Student Association history; and Chris has demonstrated extreme professionalism in the carrying out of his duties, never letting personal feelings influence his decisions; and Chris has set a new standard for the position of Chief Justice, has served as an advocate, and has developed a manual for future Justices; and Chief Justice Pannozzo is graduating and leaving behind a legacy for all future Supreme Court Chief Justices. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that Christopher Pannozzo be thanked and commended for all that he has done for the Student Association and the students of this campus. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that Christopher Pannozzo be granted the title of Chief Justice Emeritus. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation Timothy R. $&hikt, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 10 May 2001 Date Signed by President

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Student Association P Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondt: (315) 312-3601 Faxk (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 1" Meeting 1 May 2001 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.03] Thanks to Christine Seekamp WHEREAS, Christine Seekamp has dedicated much of her time throughout the past year to the Student Association Office of Academic Affairs, and to the student body; and WHEREAS, Christine is a dedicated and sincere individual who works very hard to accomplish her goals; and WHEREAS, Christine will be graduating in May. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we thank and congratulate Christine Seekamp for all that she has done for the Student Association, the Office of Academic Affairs, and the student body. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 5-17-0 1 17 May 2001 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 8 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 8 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 8 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu 8 Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 1" Meeting 1 May 2001 Student Association Resolution lRES.37.041 Thanks to Christine Staufenberg WHEREAS, Christine Staufenberg has served as Assistant Director of Finance for 2 years and as Director of Finance this past year; and WHEREAS, in her two years with the Oswegonian she posted the highest income lines in Oswegonian history and brought structure to the Oswegonian with a business manual; and WHEREAS, her creation of the Financial Policy has provided the Student Association with a new budget process which led to this year's budget being passed in a record time; and WHEREAS, Christine has saved the Student Association thousands of dollars by going over various accounts; and WHEREAS, Christine has helped numerous organizations reach financial stability and has helped the Student Association become more fiscally responsible. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we thank and congratulate Christine Staufenberg for all that she has done for the Student Association and the student body. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Christine Staufenberg be granted the title of Director of Finance Emeritus. SUBMIl7XD BY: The Executive Branch Saleem M. Cheeks, President Emeritus SPassed by Acclamation Timothy R. Barnhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 17 May 200 1 5-17-ol Date Signed by President

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Student Association \ Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phondl: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 1" Meeting 1 May 2001 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.05] Thanks to Fred Vigeant WHEREAS, Fred Vigeant has served as an Associate Justice on the Student Association Supreme Court; and WHEREAS, his presence in the court has been an asset to the Student Association; and WHEREAS, during his time as an Associate Justice he has assisted several student organizations. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we thank and congratulate Fred Vigeant for all that he has done for the Student Association and student organizations. SUBMITTEDBY: TheExecutiveBranch SENATE ACTION I Passed by Acclamation Timothy R. darnhx president DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 6-l'ld 17 May 200 1 Date Signed by president

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Student Association ~4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37~ Legislative Session 1" Meeting 1 May 2001 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Resolution [RES.37.06] Thanks to Leigh Wyshosky Leigh Wyshosky has served as an Associate Justice on the Student Association Supreme Court; and her impartial presence in the court promoted stability within the Student Association; and during her tenure she has assisted several student organizations. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we thank and congratulate Leigh Wyshosky for all that she has done for the Student Association and student organizations. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 17 May 2001 Timothy p R. Barn art, President 5-17-01 Date Signed by President

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Student Association P Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 1 ~eeiin~ 1 May 200 1 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.07] Thanks to Ryan Kemp WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Ryan Kemp has done a great deal for the students of the State University of New York at Oswego, helping to reform and strengthen the Department of Greek Affairs in the Student Association; and Ryan has acted well as a representative not just of Greek students, but of all students, always showing an open mind in doing what is best for the students of Oswego. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we fully thank and congratulate Ryan Kemp for all that he has done for the students and the Greek community on this campus. Submitted By: The Executive Branch SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 5-17-0 1 17 May 200 1 Date Signed by President

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+ Student Association P. Oswego State University of New York -202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa % Senate 37& Legislative Session 1" Meeting 1 May 2001 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.08] Thank You Philip Kim WHEREAS, Philip Kim has done a great deal for the students of the State University of New York at Oswego, helping to reform and strengthen the Department of Greek Affairs in the Student Association; and WHEREAS, Phil has acted well as a representative not just of Greek students, but of all students, always showing an open mind in doing what is best for the students of Oswego; and WHEREAS, Philip will be graduating this May. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we fully thank and congratulate Philip Kim for all that he has done for the students and the Greek community on this campus. Submitted By: The Executive Branch n SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation Timothy H.l~arhhart, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 517-01 17 May 2001 Date Signed by President

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L Student Association e Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 1" '$ing 1 May 2001 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Resolution [RES.37.09] Thank You Shannon Rose Merrick Shannon Rose Merrick has done a great deal for the students of the State University of New York at Oswego, helping to reform and strengthen the Department of Greek Affairs in the Student Association; and Shannon has acted well as a representative not just of Greek students, but of all students, always showing an open mind in doing what is best for the students of Oswego; and Shannon will be graduating this May. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we fully thank and congratulate Shannon Rose Merrick for all that she has done for the students and the Greek community on this campus. Submitted By: The Executive Branch SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 10 May 2001 Timothy p Barnhart, President Date Signed by President

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Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 4" Meeting 25 September 2001 Student Association Proclamation [RES.37.10] Miss-A-Meal WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, during the week of September 17, 2001 many individuals from the campus community assisted in making this semesters Miss-A-Meal the most popular and productive one in history; and 2,169 individuals signed up to Miss-A-Meal on Thursday, September 20, 2001 in order to raise money for the relief efforts of the terrorists attacks on September 1 1,2001 ; and this event raised an initial $5,176.00 towards the relief efforts; and there were a number of individuals who played instrumental roles in making this a success. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we fully thank and commend the individuals involved in helping with this semesters Miss-A-Meal, including but not limited to; Craig Traub, Mark DeGroff, Sandy King, all Auxiliary Services Checker-Cashiers, Shawn McConnell, the Student Association Senate, and to all students who donated their meal to this cause. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that we encourage the campus community to continue to give their time and effort in making our lives a little bit better. SUBMITTED BY: THE EXECUTIVE BOARD SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT Y@L~ -01 26 September 2001 Date Signed by President

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ir Student Association rn Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 5" Meeting 2 October 2001 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SUBMITTED BY: Passed by Acclamation Student Association Resolution [RES.37.11] Thank You for Your Service on September 11, 2001 our nation was dramatically affected by the despicable and inexcusable terrorists attacks of the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and over Pennsylvania; and there have been thousands of volunteers, be it locally, nationally, andfor globally that have and continue to assist in relief efforts of these disastrous attacks; and countless medical professionals, firefighters, police officers, military personnel, and volunteers have braved death every day in order to rescue people from the rubble, recover the dead, give support to those who have been affected by the tragedies, and defend our nation; and many, if not most of these volunteers are ordinary people doing extraordinary things; and words cannot descried the love, support, and dedication these individuals show to their families, friends, and nation; and these people deserve an official thank you. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate at the State University of New York College at Oswego that we thank the medical professionals, firefighters, police officers, military personnel and volunteers that have provided support for the relief efforts of the terrorists attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and over Pennsylvania. Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator L Dm 9 October, 2001 lo-Q-01 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 12" Meeting 27 November 2001 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.12] "Safety First" Policy WHEREAS, on May 21, 2001 a custodian was killed on the job by an avoidable incident; and WHEREAS, the students at SUNY Oswego care about the safety of all OSU employees; and WHEREAS, a "Safety First" policy would help prevent incidents like this from ever happening again, by allowing employees to decline performing a certain task that they deemed unsafe with out fear of disciplinary action. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that a "Safety First" policy be implemented by SUNY Oswego to all of its employees. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that a signed copy of this resolution be forwarded to President Stanley's office. SUBMITTED BY: Frank Salvadore, Off-Campus Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 12-&-0 \ 6 December 200 1 Date Signed by President

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i Student Association m Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa \ Senate 37th Legislative Session k 12th Meeting 4 December 2001 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.13] Thank you to Senator Chrystina Hubbell WHEREAS, Chrystina Hubbell has served her constituency, Funnelle Hall, with honor and dignity for more than two years in addition to other forms of campus activism; and WHEREAS, Chrystina Hubbell was instrumental in the formation and implementation of a campus rape crisis line to serve and protect all students; and WHEREAS, Chrystina Hubbell has gone above and beyond the expectations of a senator in putting her constituents first; and WHEREAS, Chrystina Hubbell serves as an inspiration and an example that great things can be accomplished through a combination of intelligence, tenacity, and unyielding kindness and caring for her fellow students; and WHEREAS, Chrystina Hubbell will be missed. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College at Oswego, that Chrystina Hubbell be sincerely thanked inside and out for her work as a Student Association Senator. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Chrystina Hubbell be wished the best of luck in all her future endeavors.

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BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that Chrystina Hubbell, Funnelle Hall Senator, be granted the tile of Senator Emeritus, and given the honor and distinction therein. Submitted By: Joshua Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator Joseph Storch, Vice President Emeritus Ashley Lipsky, Oneida Hall Senator Shana White, Off-Campus Senator Sara Waffle, Off-Campus Senator Jen Longley, Off-Campus Senator Matt Conti, Senator Emeritus Members of the SUNY Oswego Women's Center SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation Timothy R. BEdltnwI 'resident DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1213-nl 6 December 200 1 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa &, Senate 37" Legislative Session 19" Meeting 5 March 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.18] Assembly Redistricting WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the proposed New York State Assembly redistricting plan divides Oswego County into three Assembly Districts, which is in stark contrast to the single Assembly district that currently represents the entire county; and in the proposed plan, the State University of New York College at Oswego's educational facilities would be divided into the three separate Assembly districts effectively diminishing the university's unified voice in the State Assembly; and the State University of New York College at Oswego's community of interest would be diluted and fractured by the proposed Assembly plan. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that Oswego County, which includes SUNY Oswego facilities, be restored to a single New York Assembly district during the Assembly's redistricting efforts. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Shawn McConnell, NYPIRG SENATE ACTION Passed by 17-01 Timothy R.'B&~&, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT o 3-r3.-0 z 13 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@swego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 19" Meeting 5 March 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.19] Governor Pataki's TAP Proposal WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), begun in 1974, provides financial aid grants to eligible, full-time New York State residents, based on a sliding income scale; and in 2000-2001, 3,339 full-time Oswego students received $5,817,077 in TAP assistance with 887 of them receiving the maximum allocation; and the Governor's 2002-2003 budget proposal restructures TAP to prevent students from receiving 33% of their TAP allotment until after graduation; and students rely on TAP to help pay for college while attending college, not once they've graduated; and students currently receiving their maximum loan allocation would not have the funding to continue their higher education, thus preventing graduation and forfeiting their right to the deferred TAP payment; and if the Governor's budget is approved as proposed, based on 2000-2001 data, Oswego students would receive $1,937,087 less in TAP assistance in 20022003, thus leaving them further in debt. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we call upon the governor to increase the allocation to the Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) for the TAP by $155 million. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED we call upon the Governor to amend his Executive Budget to allow Oswego students to receive their full TAP award during the semester in which they are eligible. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President James R. Seeley, Mackin Complex Senator, Finance Chair Shawn McConnel, NYPIRG SENATE! ACTION 1 Passed by 17-0-1 Timothy R. harnh& President DATE! PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 3-1 3-02 13 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association F Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 21" Meeting 19 March 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.20] Thanks to Kim Stegmayer WHEREAS, Kim Stegmayer has served two years as Senate Clerk, keeping an exemplary attendance record; and WHEREAS, Kim has been instrumental in seeing that bills are seconded and referred, and votes are taken accurately; and WHEREAS, Kim has done a tremendous job recording and processing the minutes of each meeting; and WHEREAS, Kim consistently, without being asked, went above and beyond her job description, actively seeking to help out all members of the Senate and Executive Board with projects, and making sure that Vice Presidents two years in a row were able to do their jobs better; and WHEREAS, this meeting is Kim's last meeting as Senate Clerk; and WHEREAS, Kim will be graduating in May of this year. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we thank and congratulate Kim Stegmayer for all that she has done for the Student Association as Senate Clerk. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Kim Stegmayer be wished the best of luck in all of her future endeavors. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that Kim Stegmayer be granted the title of Clerk Emeritus, finally giving her a speaking role at Senate.

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SUBMITTED BY: Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President Joseph Storch, Vice President Emeritus Chrystina Hubbell, Senator Emeritus Charla Blum, Student Association Secretary Ashley Lipsky, Oneida Hall Senator Jen Longley, Off Campus Senator Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator Joshua Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator Greg Lawson, Funnelle Hall Senator n SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 3 1 March 2002 Timothy R. am art, President P 03-51-OZ Date Signed by President

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-. Student Association 4 Oswego State University of New York -202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 21" '&ting 19 March 2002 Student Association Resolution rRES37.221 Thanks to President Timothy R. Barnhart WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Timothy Barnhart has served honorably in the Student Association for three years as Onondaga Hall Senator, Off-Campus Senator, Senate Finance Committee Chair and President; and in his administration, he has been able to fill more campus committees than any other administration; and Timothy Barnhart has set in motion many events that will hopefully continue as traditions, such as the Quest breakfast, High School Leadership Seminar and a new, more exciting and efficient Involvement Fair; and Timothy Barnhart has always tried to educate, inform and be a voice for the students; and Timothy Barnhart as Student Association President has always had the best interest of the students in mind and at heart; and Timothy Barnhart will be leaving Student Association and SUNY Oswego in May. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we thank and congratulate Timothy R. Barnhart for all that he has done for the student body. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Timothy Barnhart be wished the best of luck in all of his future endeavors. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that Timothy R. Barnhart be granted the title of President Emeritus. SUBMITTED BY: Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President Student Association Executive Board SENATE ACTION Passed by Standing Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 3 April 2002 3-&,I 20.2. Date signc!d by President

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C Student Association r* Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 2 1 Meeting 19 March 2002 Student Association Resolution cRES.37.231 Thank you to Vice President Christopher Hockey WHEREAS, Christopher L. Hockey has served both as an Onondaga Hall Senator and as the Vice President of the Student Association; and WHEREAS, he has served as a regional executive member of the New York State Student Assembly and actively encouraged interaction between all SUNY institutions within Student Assembly; and WHEREAS, he has been instrumental in provoking interest in the Student Association among underclassmen; and WHEREAS, he has invested a great amount of time in laboriously organizing the legislation passed in previous senate sessions with care and affection for the Senate; and WHEREAS, he has served admirably in both positions with dignity and acted in the utmost professional manner; and WHEREAS, he has maintained open communication with the Senate and upheld a friendly and approachable reputation extending beyond the Student Association; and WHEREAS, Christopher Hockey will be sorely missed by members of the Oswego campus community; and WHEREAS, this is Vice President Hockey's last meeting as chair and he will be graduating in May. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of Oswego State University that Christopher L. Hockey be thanked for all of his service to the college community.

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Vice-president Hockey be wished the best of luck in all of his future endeavors. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that Christopher Hockey be granted the title of Vice-president Emeritus. SUBMITTED BY: Jennifer Clark, Seneca Hall Senator Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator Gregory Lawson, President Pro Tempore Jen Longley, Off-Campus Senator Caitlin Dunn, Riggs Hall Senator James Seeley, Mackin Complex Senator John Houser, Scales Hall Senator Ashley Lipsky, Oneida Hall Senator Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Daniel A. Lorber, Director of Finance Kim Stegmayer, Senate Clerk Joshua Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator Lauren Bonanno, Hart Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by Standing Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 03431 -r>Z 3 1 March 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association \fOswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa 8 b Senate 37h Legislative Session 21" Meeting 19 March 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.24] Thanks to Director John E. Turbeville WHEREAS, John Turbeville has served as the Student Association Director of Student Affairs, serving all of the students of Oswego; and WHEREAS, Director Turbevile has been instrumental in involving students in the campus community; and WHEREAS, he has planned and organized numerous events for the campus community, such as: the Student Association Involvement Fair, Student Association Organization Leadership Conference, Student Association High School Leadership Conference, and has helped write a grant request to receive funding for Homecoming. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we fully thank and congratulate John E. Turbevile for all that he has done for the student and Student Association, and wish him the best of luck with all of his future endeavors. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 0746 -6 I 4 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association P. Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 21" Meeting 19 March 2002 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Resolution [RES.37.25] Thanks to Director Elizabeth Francis Beth Francis has served as the Student Association Director of Greek Affairs and as a Student Association Senator, serving all of the students of Oswego; and Director Francis has been instrumental in voicing the concerns, questions and issues of students in the Greek Community; and she has planned and organized the first ever Go-Greek Fair, planned and organized a Greek Leader Luncheon with President Stanley and other university administrators in order to increase communication channels between the university and the Greek Community and she has begun planning for Greek Week 2002; and she has drafted an Expansion Policy, one of the first steps in Greek SelfGovernance. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we fully thank and congratulate Beth Francis for all that she has done for the students and the Student Association, and wish her the best of luck with all of her future endeavors. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation e DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 April 2002 by,f,b-f,t Date Signed by President

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Student Association P Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 2 1" Meeting 19 March 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.26] Thanks to Director JakesJohnson WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Ben Jakes-Johnson has served as the Student Association Director of Human Resources and as a Student Association Senator, serving all of the Students of Oswego; and Director Jakes-Johnson has been instrumental in creating office policies for the Student Association, job descriptions for the Student Association's Professional staff, job reviews policies and procedures, and stipend reports; and through his work throughout this year, Director Jakes-Johnson has bettered the working atmosphere for all employees of the Student Association. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we fully thank and congratulate Ben Jakes-Johnson for all that he has done for the students and the Student Association, and wish him the best of luck with all of his future endeavors. SUBMITTED BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President Christopher L. Hockey, Student Association Vice President SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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i Student Association Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-s' Senate 37" Legislative Session 2 1 Meeting 19 March 2002 Student Association Resolution IRES.37.271 Thanks to Director Jonathan Figliuolo WHEREAS, Jon Figliuolo has served as the Student Association Director of OffCampus Services and as a Student Association Senator, serving all of the students of Oswego; and WHEREAS, Director Figliuolo has been instrumental in voicing off-campus students' concerns, questions, issues etc.; and WHEREAS, he has successfully helped transition the Off Campus Association into the Executive Branch; and rq WHEREAS, he has re-written the Off-Campus Housing List, including only those houses suitable for living, re-written an Off-Campus Survival Guide, and drafted a proposal for a full-time professional position to deal strictly with commuters, off-campus students, and non-traditional students. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we fully thank and congratulate Jonathan Figliuolo for all that he has done for the students and Student Association, and wish him the best of luck with all his future endeavors. SUBMITTW) BY: Timothy R. Barnhart, Student Association President chn"o* Ls HOC~~Y. Student Asso~iafion Vice P~e~i[[n[

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Student Association *r, Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 25' Meeting 23 April 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.28] Recognition of Our Hard Working Secretaries WHEREAS, This week is when the country recognizes its employees via Professional Secretary's Week; and WHEREAS, The recent confusion and difficulties in the Student Association has only shown us the real importance of our hard working secretaries; and WHEREAS, The dedication shown by these secretaries is remarkable, and they are so often responsible for much of what the Student Association accomplishes. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we honor and thank the following members of the Student Association Secretarial Staff, Charla Blum, Faith Chaffee, Cyndi Donovan and Liz McGrath. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Board SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation t &egov faw%o&erim President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT ,a?-u ZOd 26 April 2002 Date sigignkd by President

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Student Association e Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 25" Meeting 22 April 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.29] Students Against Violence WHEREAS, Violence and force against another human being is unacceptable and iniquitous; and WHEREAS, Due to the recently reported rape here on our campus, it is our responsibility to come together as a campus community to fight and educate against such deeds; and WHEREAS, If we do not acknowledge these allegations in essence we are condoning these inexcusable actions; and *1.4 WHEREAS, As in all reported crimes of this nature it is important to remember our duties first and for most to the alleged victim, then to the Oswego public, and finally to the alleged offenders; and WHEREAS, Oswego State would like to continue in priding itself on having a safe campus and making Oswego State students feel safe while they pursue their education and partake in the activities that the campus offers. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego will not tolerate such acts of violence in or around our campus. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Student Association supports all efforts to inform the student body of incidents of violence which happen in our community, and all proceedings which may further awareness and prevention. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that an ad hoc committee may be formed by the Vice President consisting of various interested groups on campus to help in prevention through education by focusing their efforts against violence, specifically rape.

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BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that the Student Association Vice President write up a formal letter about such incidents and the student's sentiments in regards to recent allegations to be approved by the Senate and sent to the President of the University, Chief of University police, and sent to the media organizations on campus. SUBMITTED BY: Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by 14-0-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 29 &d 706) 26 April 2002 Date Signed by President

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Student Association ~4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 26" Meeting 30 April 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.30] Thank You Kenneth M. Wells I1 WHEREAS, Ken, being a great friend and a great housemate, has shown his dedication to the Student Association, not only by assisting the Director Lorber, but by serving on the Student Association Supreme Court during the 2001 2002 school year; and WHEREAS, Ken was not on the Student Association Payroll as an Assistant Director of Finance, however, he played an integral role in assisting Director Lorber; and WHEREAS, as a result of being Dan's housemate, Ken often hears all the complaining and moaning that Director Lorber does after a long day in the Student Association office; and WHEREAS, Ken spent countless hours in the Student Association office assisting the Director Lorber with many "tedious" tasks; and WHEREAS, without the friendship and assistance of Ken, Director Lorber would probably have lost his mind many months ago; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that Kenneth M. Wells I1 be thanked for his service to the Student Association and keeping the Director of Finance sane; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Kenneth M. Wells I1 be wished the best of luck in his future endeavors; BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that Kenneth M. Wells I1 be granted the title of Supreme Court Justice Emeritus. SUBMITTED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclimation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 May 2002 Date signehy President

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Student Association .Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37'h Legislative Session 26& Meeting 30 April 2002 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Resolution [RES.37.31] Thank You Michelle Sandbothe! Michelle has played an integral role in the operations of the Finance Department; and as Assistant Director of Finance, Michelle has primarily been responsible for inventory and the review of telephone records; and without such a great assistant the Director of Finance would not have been able to accomplish half the things that have been accomplished this year; and no Director of Finance could ever ask for a more dedicated, efficient, and work conscientious employee; and Michelle will be greatly missed by many members of the Student Association; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate at the State University of New York College at Oswego that Michelle Sandbothe be thanked for all her hard work and dedication to the Student Association. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Michelle be wished the best of luck in all her future career endeavors;. SUBMITTED BY: Daniel A. Lorber, Student Association Director of Finance SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclimation 1 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT *h 2 May 2002 L9$ rw Z80P Date sigpkd by President

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Student Association 6" Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37"' Legislative Session 26"' ~eetin~ 30 April 2002 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Student Association Resolution [RES.37.32] Thank You to Senator Jen Longley Jen Longley, an off-campus senator has served the Student Association with passion and a sense of humor at all times; and Senator Longley has served as an active member of the procedure, and elections committees; and Jen Longley successfully chaired and rebuilt the CCRT Committee, establishing a better more effective line of communication between this College and the community; and Jen Longley will be leaving the Student Association and graduating this May. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate at the State University of New York College at Oswego that Jen Longley be thanked and honored for all of the hard work she has put in. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that we wish Jen Longley the best of luck in her future endeavors. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that Jen Longley be granted the title of Senator Emeritus and all the privileges there in. SUBMITTED BY: Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator Joe Storch, Vice-president Emeritus Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator Ashley Lipsky, Oneida Hall Senator Brian Randolph, Onondaga Hall Senator Tim Bishop, Off-Campus Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclimation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 05 /!%!/ @dZ 2 May 2002 Date signedby President

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Student Association e Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37" Legislative Session 26" Meeting 30 April 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.33] Thank You Valerie Ruppert WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Valerie Ruppert has served the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego as a Senator for her entire four years at college; and Valerie Ruppert served dutifully on the Elections Committee for three years and was chair of the Elections Committee for the 2002 all-campus election; and the residents of Cayuga Hall were consistently and honorably represented during Valerie's tenure as an on-campus senator; and Valerie Ruppert's was an active member and leader within the Student Association Programming Board; and Valerie organized and supervised the highly successful, widely attended May Day 200 1 ; and Valerie's integrity and dedication to her constituents and the college community contributed to the success and progression of the Oswego State University Student Association; and Valerie is a ray of sunshine, always smiling while spreading joy to all those around her and therefore she will be greatly missed. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate at the State University of New York College at Oswego that Valerie M. Ruppert be thanked and congratulated for her fours years of service to the Student Association and the students of Oswego State University. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that that Valerie M. Ruppert be granted the title Senator Emeritus. SUBMITTED BY: Ben Jakes-Johnson Director of Human Resources, Senator Emeritus Saleem M. Cheeks President Emeritus Jamie O'Brien Waterbury Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed 6-5-5 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 May 2002 Date President

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% Student Association rn Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37' Legislative Session 26" Meeting 30 April, 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.341 Farewell to Joseph Storch WHEREAS, Joseph Storch has worked towards the betterment of the students at SUNY Oswego for the past four years and has brought many long lasting changes to the campus. He has worked as an advocate for student rights and has empowered many students on the campus by motivating them to become involved in student government and invoke change for the betterment of the students. WHEREAS, He has been a key part of bringing many amazing things to campus such as the security escort system which has helped maintain the safety of students on the campus, and the rape crisis hotline, providing aid to victims of sexual assault and violence. WHEREAS, He has brought about many changes for students on campus that make a large difference in everyday life through his work with Auxiliary Services, and has done an exemplary job as both a Student Association Senator and Vice President. "64 WHEREAS, Many of the students currently involved in campus politics and campus committees owe their involvement to the personal concern of Vice President Emeritus Storch and would like to take this moment to personally thank him for all that he has done. P THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That we bid Vice President Emeritus Joseph Storch a fond farewell and bid him luck in all his journeys in life. He will be missed as both a friend and advocate for the students. "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference." SUBMITTED BY: Brian Randolph, Onondaga Hall Senator Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator Chrystina Hubbell, Senator Emeritus Josh Hurwit, Hart Hall Senator Jen Longley, Off Campus Senator Jeffrey Storch, Riggs Hall Treasurer Meghan C. Nolan, Oneida Hall Resident Kym Stegmyar, Senate Clerk Emeritus n Passed by 13-2-0 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 May 2002 Date sigDkd by President

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Student Association r~4 Oswego State University of New York 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37h Legislative Session 26~ Meeting 30 April 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.35] Support of Renovating Oswego Public Library WHEREAS, The Oswego Public Library is both a local and national historic treasure which highlights Oswego's importance during the nineteenth century as a canal city and large trading port; and WHEREAS, The donator of this library to the community was Genit Smith, one of the country's major abolitionists, and reflects Oswego's underground railroad legacy and antislavery sentiment. For Smith allocated this money with the condition that it be open to all people, including African Americans. 6 WHEREAS, This Anglo-Saxon style building is the only one in New York State that was built as a library and still is used for its original purpose, and WHEREAS, There are plans by the PRO-Library (who are in pursuit of fundmg) in order to renovate the Oswego Public Library and add a new addition to the rear so that we may preserve this treasure for our community. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College of Oswego that we support all efforts to renovate and preserve the Oswego Public Library. SUBMITTED BY: Brianne Cannon, Oneida Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclimation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 May 2002 Date signe/by President

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#. (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: saQoswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/-sa Senate 37h Legislative Session 26& Meeting 30 April 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.36] Thanks to Christopher R. Smith WHEREAS, Christopher R. Smith has showed extraordinary leadership here on campus; and WHEREAS, Over three years ago Chris played an instrumental role in turning the Student Association Program Board (SAPB) into one of the most successful organizations on campus by separating it from the executive board of SA; and WHEREAS, Chris has overseen many successful events here on campus such as MTV Campus Invasion Tour, Rusted Root concert, Jane Elliot Lecture, May Day 2001 and 2002 and more here on the Oswego Campus; and WHEREAS, Chris has shown tremendous commitment and dedication to SAPB and SA and will be missed by all. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that we would like to formally thank Christopher R. Smith for his hard work and commitment to the students here at Oswego THEREFOR BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that we grant Christopher R. Smith the title of Director Emeritus of SAPB. SUBMITTED BY: Valerie M. Ruppert, Off Campus Senator Kyle Konkoski, Special Events Chair for SAPB Matt Snow, Concerts Chair for SAPB Bob Berrian, Business Manager Gregory Lawson, Student Association Vice President Timothy Barnhart, Student Association President Emeritus Kristin Beck, Funnelle Hall Senator Betsy Kane, Funnelle Hall Senat SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclimation D P 2 May 2002 Date signedby President

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I 1% Student Association 1 Oswego State University of New York 1 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Phone#: (315) 312-3601 Fax#: (315) 312-5410 E-mail: sa@oswego.edu Website: www.oswego.edu/ I Senate 37th Legislative Session 26" Meeting 1 D 30 April 2002 Student Association Resolution [RES.37.37] Thanks to Director of Finance Dan Lorber WHEREAS, the Director of Finance of the Student Association takes on a major role in working with, and helping organizations; and WHEREAS, Dan Lorber has gone above and beyond the duties of this job as Director of Finance of the Student Association by rebuilding and reorganizing the finance department into a more effective and friendly working environment for all students; and WHEREAS, Dan Lorber has put an uncountable amount of time and effort into the Student Association for the betterment of the of all students on this F4 campus; and WHEREAS, Dan Lorber has also successfully helped in revisions of the Student Association Financial Policy, in constructing a manual for future persons interested in the position of Director of Finance, and has fined tuned internal operations between the Student Association auditors and the Auxiliary Services accounting offices; and WHEREAS, Dan Lorber has served in the Student Association whole heatedly, as a professional and dear friend to many; and WHEREAS, Dan Lorber will be graduating this May, and the Student Association will thoroughly miss his knowledge, smile, enthusiasm, and professionalism. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego that Dan Lorber be thanked one thousand times over for all the hard work and dedication he has given towards the Student Association and this college community

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THERE FOR BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Director of Finance Lorber be wished the best of luck in all that the future holds for him THEREFOR BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that Dan Lorber be granted the title of Director of Finance Emeritus and all the privileges there in. SUBMITTED BY: Jen Pufky, Seneca Hall Senator Gregory Lawson, Student Association Vice President Chris Hockey, Student Association Vice President Emeritus Timothy Barnhart, Student Association President Emeritus Tim Bishop, Off-Campus Senator SENATE ACTION Passed by Standing Acclimation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 May 2002