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STUDENT ASSOCIATION"-=====--'iI 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 March 1999 Minutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101234567 89 1011121314151617181920212223 24 25 26 27 28 29 3031323334 35 36 37 38 3940The meeting was called to order at 6:07 p.m. with17senators present No amendments to the agenda No amendments to the minutes President's Report: Wiley: Women's Liberation Dinner in celebrationofwomen's history month celebration. Speak to Senator TosoorSenator Jakes-Johnson to get involved in theSAfund raiser. Currently 2 openings in the Student Conduct Committee Progressoncampus community plans Allison: Final detailsofthe campus concert will be known next week. May Day negotiations underway with potentialofBlack Moon to play. Dirt Day has been set for 5/16, Tripping Billies are set to play with two other bands to be finalized within two weeks. A mini concert and lectureisset for4119in cooperation with Bigala Vice President's Report: Silverman:NoReport. Speakers: Marlow from the History Club Marlow: There is a typo on the proposed bill, the correction should be11rooms to 7 rooms for the trip to Washington. Total amount requested is $689.00. Reiser: Are the SA vans being used for travel to Washington? Marlow:Ifavailable on the two proposed dates. Buddie: How many participants? Marlow: Exact numbers unknown, estimatearound 34 students. Benjamin: Co-sponsoring with any other organizations Marlow: Not as yet Wilkinson: Where are participants visiting? Marlow: Holocaust Museumaswellasother museums and attractions. Casey: Any plans for the money already showing in the club's account? Marlow: The money will fund gas, and deposit on the rooms Storch: Can your deposit money be returned to help with funds Marlow: Deposit is already figured into estimated amount. Thank you. Eric Crombachofthe Ski Club All trips are typically funded strictly by the members. The requested amountof$610 trips covers a trip to Vermont with25members and the trip to Sugarbush to fund travel expenses to and from destinations. Buddie: You are requesting $210 dollars for one trip, and an additional $400 for

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41 42 43 44 454647 48 49 505152 53 54 55565758 596061626364656667686970717273747576777879 808182 83 84 8586878889 909192 93 94 the day trip? Crombach: Correct, the funds will go towards both trips. Jakes-Johnson: What trips has the club went on in the past? Crombach: Trip to Killington last semester Casey: Are you awareofthe rules concerning funds raised by a Tier 1 organization that require any funds tobedeposited back into SA? Benjamin: Two trips should be proposed in two separate bills. Casey: Original submission by organization was submitted as such. Buddie: Any fund raisers planned to help fund trips? Crombach: No fund raisers have been discussed asofyet. Thank you David Bernstein Discussionofimportanceofreceiving funds to purchase a new radio system for SA V AC. Change in amount to proposed bill from $4000 to $3801.43 with money in account for maintenance and repairofequipment. Jakes-Johnson: Current statusofradio? Failing equipment causeoflossofcommunications throughout Hart Hall? Bernstein: Currently have no problems talking to base, but it doeseffect communications between individual correspondence. Stressofthe importance to have good communications to most effectively react to calls Wilsinson: Would this new equipment increase SA V AC' s efficiently? Bernstein: Yes Storch: Possibilityofthe SEEP organization receiving the old radio when SEEP becomes reestablishedifa new radio is purchased? Bernstein: Yes, considerations should include the fact that the equipment needs to be placed in a semi-permanent location Thank you. Marleen: Nypirg Report The lobby on3/1in Albany had a good turnoutof380 individuals around the state. Work is progressing with Earthday concert and Earthday week, location has been set for the Swetman Fields. Also, working on a coupleofevents in cooperation with Bigala Finance Report: Casey: Account #947 :$ -1,521.39 Account#948:$ 1,250.00 There was a correction to account #947, that was missing a balanceof$400. In response to SA V AC bill, the interest earned on account goes to SA V AC. Interest on account has raised a littleof$200 since account was created. Ski-Club: Commend them on their member support and previously self-funded ventures. Rugby: Commend fund raising planofholding tournament, excellent sourceofraising income. Committee Reports: Elections Committee: Reiser: Meeting after Senate. Open invite to any senators wishing to come watch anyofthe meetings. Debate will be held Sunday Night at 5:00. This debate will be televised on WTOP. Yield Finance Committee: Reiser: Meeting was held this past weekend concerned about the showofcommittee members. No problems asofyet with budget. Benjarnin:What senators act on this committee? Reiser: Smith, Toso, Hornig, Reiser. Yield. Health&Safety Committee: Storch: Presented letter from SA expressing student supportofpersonal safety

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95 beeper systems. The letter willbepresented to President Stanley. 96Noobjectionstoletter97Yield98Long-Range Planner: 99 Yield. 100 Procedure&Finance Committee:101Toso: Brief meeting after Senate. 102 Yield.103Silverman: Nominationareneeded for the 2 open seats for the Senate Finance104Committee.105Nominees:106Senator Nauton107Second108Senator Davis109Second 110 Motion to close nominations111Second 112 Silverman: Nominations for the seat on Faculty Assembly?113Buddie: Whatarethe meeting times?114Silverman: I can provide you with that information115Nominees:116Senator Buddie117Motion to close nominations 118 Second119120 Old Business:121Bill.33 122 Waive Reading123Second124Sponsors: Allers, Storch,Lopez,Davis125Reiser: Urge to pass quickly126Storch: Great idea. Yield.127Call to question128Second129Cheeks: MotiontoRole Call 130 Silverman: Constitutionreads that two-thirds senators in senate must vote in favor131Members decisiontovote?132Toso: Are two-thirds presenttovote with new proxy and two resigned senators?133Benjamin: A proxy should havetobe made in advance. 134 Jakes-Johnson: Final numberofsenators 28.135Storch: No big hurry on bill, postpone vote to next week?136Cheeks: Bill cannot be tabled137Reiser: Policy within Senatetoround down138Silverman: Decision lies with senators 139 Buddie: Propose motiontoroundup 140 Motion dies141Buddie: Propose motion to round down142Second143BYIN 4A 144 Motion passes.145Objections to voting 146BYIN 4A147Bill Fails148Silverman:Ifsenators feel strongly, offer situation to court to decide if reentry

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"'" 149 150 Bill.38 Bill on Men's Volleyball request (as amended)151Waive reading 152 Second153Sponsors: Reiser 154 Speakers List:155Storch: Met with Tim Thompsontoshave money off original request. Urge to pass156bill with hard work put forth by members.157Thomas: Reportonnew funds amount: Aux Services grant was denied. Oswego158State representative that must attend cannot be funded elsewhere.Noanswer from union159about availability of space from proposed formal. Great progressonentry into tournament 160 -3/10 date of final notificationofparticipation. Lottery time 3:30meaning departure can be161delayed, taking 2 days off trip lowering cost. Proposed amount $4599.30.162Wilkinson: Progress on hotel accornendations?163Thomas:Noreservationsasof yet, possibilityofuse of SA vans?164Casey: Notanoption, van needs repaired165Benjamin: Isfoodincludedinprice? How many people are participating? 166 Thomas: Yes, foodisincluded.16total members.167Casey: Intenttotable until next week?168Thomas:Yes169Storch: Urge support for this opportunity, and urgese!1atorsto work with Tim in 170 price reductions. Yield.171Toso: Motiontotable.172Second17317Y,ON,OA174175New Business: 176 Funds for History Club for trip177Second178Buddie: Total requested amount $689.90?179Sponsors: Ja..1c.es-Johnson, Toso 180181BillAOSki-Club request182Second183No objections 184 Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson, Wilkinson185186 BillA1 SA VACequipment request187Second188No objections189Sponsors: Storch, Mierowich, Jakes-Johnson, Toso 190191Bill.42 Rugby 192 Second193No Objections 194 Sponsors: Reiser, Rhome, Jakes-Johnson195196 ResolutionSATake Back to Democracy197Waive reading198Second199No objections 200 Sponsors:201Reiser: Urgetopass quickly 202 Buddie: Pass with great concern over pattern of threats to democracy. Yield.

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203Mierowich: Good move to pass resolution. Yield. 204 Call to question 205 Second 206Noobjections207Voteonresolution 20812YON3A209 Resolution passes210211Public Comments and Concerns: 212 Benjamin: Urgetolook backattraining. Hold concern over procedures of tonights213meeting. Yield 214 Reiser: Urge to go to Supreme Court with concerns. Yield 215 216 Motiontoadjourn217Second 218 219 Meeting Adjourned at 7:15p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiON,OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY 13126 www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 20th Meeting 9 March 1999AGENDA1.Call to Order2.Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Alison Zarecki, SAPB Matt Silvennan, Vice President-Tim Thomas, Volleyball Amy Aucompaugh, COPE6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports8.Old Business SLE.34.38 (Amended), SLE.34.39,SLE.34.40. SLE.34.41, SLE.34.429.New Business SLE.34.43 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment-

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STUDENT ..-._O...:..S-W-E-G-O-S-T A_T_E_U_N_IV_ER_SI_T_Y -:-:---:--202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 20th Meeting 34 Legislative Session 9 March 1999 Minutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 --1 The meeting was called to order at6:16 p.m. with16senators present 2 No amendmentstothe agenda 3 No amendments to the minutes45 Motion for Kristen Benjamin to run meeting 6 Second 7 President's Report 8 Wiley: In response to the previously discussed miscellaneous amountof9 $600,000 in the Auxiliary Services Budget, it was found that the expenses were10allocatedasfollows:11Aux. Services pays $450,000 to Oswego University for rental for facilities.12Fundsof$15,000 allotted for college enhancement in the President Scholar fund.13Suggestion to request funds in amountof$37,000 from Oswego Universityofthe14$450,000 tobereceived by SA to fund Centro services .15Jakes-Johnson: Cut the $15,000 funding college enhancement? 16 Wiley: Approved last year when bid was proposed and voted on17Storch: $450,000 goes to inaugural events and President's Scholars fund, concern18lies over whether this wouldbean appropriate budget cut.1920 Speaker: Allison Duricke:21Contractslbids out for concerts. Contract for Mo and MTV bid possible. Bringing the 22 Murmurs for concert and lecture series possible, confirmation Friday. Murreyfest: Stand23up comedian and give always prior to movies this weekend. The Faculty was added to the 24 movie collection with raised funds 25 26 Vice-President's Report 27 Silverman: Plans for miss a meal in works. College Community Relation28Committee in works for establishing a site. Proposed tax cuts were addressed in a letter 29 received from Governor Patacki. 30 Allers: Can the same org. be financed this yearaslast?31Silverman:Anorganization willbeproposed and presented to Senate to be 32 approved 33 34 Guest Speakers: 35 Tim Connis: Men's Volleyball 36 Final cost to bill are $4599.30 with a new contributionof$ 15/member reducing previous 37 amount from $4809.30. Formal has been approved for 4/24, tickets on sale next week for38$20 for a single ticket! $30 a couple. 39 Wilkinson: Where are the funds coming from to pay for the formal? 40 Connis: From ticket sales41Jakes-Johnson: Minimum numberofstudents that must attend? 42 Connis: 175-200 students 43 Toso: How much is it to rent the Ballroom for such an event? 44 Connis: $150 for rental+costsof1-2 building managers and custodial staff 45 Buddie: Have you made it into nationals asofyet? 46 Connis Unsure asofnow

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47 Memo: Received from Aux. Services outlining benefits for campusasa whole for 48 participating in thisevent....,49 Casey: Reasoning for representative expense subtracted III the bIll sublllitted last 50 week, and added again to the bill submitted this week51Connis: Unable to get anyone elsetofund representative expenses as previously 52 thought. 53 54 Amy OkanpawofCOPE 55 Dinner and peace lecture sponsored by COPE .Dinner scheduled for 4/10/99. Requestof56 $800 to fund dinner and publicity for dinner to help inform campusofCOPE and share 57 goals with campus. 4/9 booths will be set up in union representing cultural awareness and 58 other peace organizations. 59 Toso: Priceoftickets for this dinner? 60 Okanpaw: $12, requested money will enable COPE to lower this price increasing61student involvement 62 63 RepresentativeofSki-Club 64 Previous request reducedto $460.00 which will fund both trips. Reduction resultof65 increased member contribution 66 67 Michelle DailyofNYFIRG 6823Students participated in lobby day. Update: Both ReplDem.ofthe Senate and House 69 of Representative believe financial aid will not be cut in the full amount. Rally Thursday 70 in Syracuse "wrongdoers escape" Statewide student conference grand finallyofhunger and71homeless project. Recruits needed to help with build houses sponsoring Habitat for 72 Humanity. New newsletters are out. 73 74 Finance Report: 75 Casey: Account #947 is at $-1521.39 76 Account #948 is at $ 1250.00 77 Be cautiousofvoting tonight, keep present finances in mind. Suggestion to Volleyballto78 submit bill outlining expenses by line. 79 80 Committee Reports:81Long range planning: Yield 82 Health&Safety: No reports. Yield 83 Elections Committee: Not present 84 Procedure&Finance: Meeting following Senate. Yield 85 Casey will be resigningasrecruitment chair 86 Nominees for this position: Senator Rhome 87 Second88Motion to close nominations 89 Second 9091Old Business: 92 Bill. Volleyball requestfor Nationals 93 Sponsors: 94 Reister 95 Speakers List:96Jakes-Johnson: Large amountofmoney. Recommendtoputofffundingof97 tournament until next year. With very low member contribution. Urge to amend: 98 Motion to amend in the following: bill to specify "funds to be allocated to above: 99 Second 100 Storch: Wonderful opportunity for the teamaswell as campus. Urge Senateto101spend money correctly. Yield 102103Call to question 104 Second10518YINON106Amendment passes107Call to question108Objection 109 Toso: Motion to amend lines17,18,19be eliminated bringing totalto$2839.

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... 110 Support Senator Jakes-Johnson in raising member contribution, especially for meals111Speaker on amendment: 112 Storch: Spoken with Tim Thomas. Amendment would make and additional $110113contribution per member. A lottoaskofmembers. Reminder that this might not be an114option next year. Move to strike amendment. Yield115Jakes-Johnson: SA hasn't paidformeals with other organizations. Other bills116have been turned down for less money and greater numberofstudents. Not fiscally117responsible. Yield118Koshen: Agree to reduce costs for food. $110 large estimate that can be reduced.119Casey: Agree to reduce food costs altogether or atleast cut theminhalf. 120 Storch: Designate floor to Thomas121Thomas: funding should come back to SA with future fundraisers. YieldtoStorch.122Storch: This bill is similartoRugby in that itismore of a loan than a bill.123Allers: Differences between two bills. A lot of returned funding is up to chance,124and member participation. Caution risky bill. Yield125Casey: Agree that this is a risky bill. Huge differences between fonnal and126tournament. Tournament has shown to be successful in the past, where fonnal has not127proven so.128Jakes-Johnson: Feel it is unlikely that many people will participateinfonnal at 129 such high ticket prices 130 Motion to vote on amendment131Call to question132Second13313Y 5NOA134Amendment passes135Call to question136Objection137Speakers List:138Miller: Good opportunity, but prices are way too high. Urge to pass with price139reductions. 140 Storch: Add new line17incorporating $10/player for food expenses per day141Amendment Dies142Casey: Increase faculty contributionaswell with increase in member contribution143Jakes-Johnson: Adding $lO/player increases bill again to $3600.00 144 Call to question145Second146Motion for role call vote1479YIONOA148Amendment fails149Yield 150 Call to question151Second 152 2nd Speakers list: Jakes-Johnson153llY7N1A 154 Bill passes155156 Bill 34. History Club157Waive reading158Second159Sponsors:160Jakes-Johnson $700 request fair amount.1/4costoflast bill submitted. Proves to161be academically efficient to campus. Opentoall students, large member contribution.162Urgetopass. Yield163Toso: Always a successinthe past. Support bill. Yield164First speakers list165Second speakers list 166 Calltoquestion16715Y 3N1A169Pointofinfonnation170Toso: Suggestion to all senators to please remain in the room during all voting.171Storch: Urge to atleast hear beginningofbill before proposingtowaive the reading172173Bill 40. Ski Club bill

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,174Jakes-Johnson: Commend large member contribution.175Wilkinson: Tier 1 organization, good amount. 176 Toso: motiontoamend billtotransfer amount of $460177Second178Calltoquestion 179 Second180Motiontovote by role call181Second18219YONOA183Bill passes unanimously184185BillSAVAC186Motiontowaive reading187Second188Sponsors:189Storch: Not a question of money, but safety. Possibility of someone's life. Urge190to pass unanimously. Yield.191Meirowich: Old radiois23yearsold.Problems with pager system in past could192have ledtoproblems. Urgetoswift passage duetosafety issues. Yield193Jakes-Johnson: Echo other speakers. Urgetopass quickly.194Call to question195Second19618YONOA197Bill passes unanimously198199Bill Rugby bill 200 Motiontowaive reading201Second 202 Sponsors: 203 Rhome: Past tournaments have proved successful. Important to give them this 204 opportunity205Jakes-Johnson: Great bill, money willbereturnedtoSenate. Urge to pass. Yield 206 Meirowich: Rugby great organization. Urgetopass207Call to question 208 Second 209 15Y2NlA210 Bill passes211212 New Business:213Funds for international awareness and peace day 214 Sponsors:215Miller: Great cause. Bring muchtothe school. Urgetovote. 216217Public Comments and Announcements:218Benjamin: Thank youtoSenate for allowingmetoconduct meeting. 219 Allers: Thank youtothecamera crew 220 Silverman: Thank youtoKristenforrunningthemeeting.221222 Motion to adjourn223Second. 224225Meeting adjournedat7:35.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session21st Meeting15March 19991.Call to Order2.Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54103. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Alison Zarecki, SAPB Matt Silverman, Vice President Michelle Gulley, NYPlRG Michelle Yeung, International Fellowship Aaron Domuracki6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports8.Old Business SLE.34.43 9. New Business SLE.34.44, SLE.34.45 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASOCXATXON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session21st Meeting16March 1999www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 -1.The meting was called to order at6:13with19senators present.2.Amendment to the agenda: AdditionofBill 29 to Old Business 3. Amendment to the minutes line 64 amount should be $460.004.5. President's Report: No Report. 6. Vice-President's Report: 8. Silverman: Senator's elections are corning up. Senators must encourage involvement.9.New senators will start May1,and 15-20 new senators should be active prior to this date. 10. Executive PositionApplications for next year shouldbeturnedin.Sunday there is a meeting 11. for ASPB concerning application process and procedures for next year. Meeting is at 5:30 in 12. the Congress Room. Budget bill next week will be brought to senate from the budget13.committee. Recommendationtoamend Bill.29 to College Academic Affairs. 14. 15. Michelle Gully Nypirg16.Encourage to read Post Standard and new legislation in conjunction with Resolution 10 passed17.passed previously in Senate. This Saturday is the Habitat for humanity Project. Another18.phone lobby day willbeheld in the union. 20 OSU students participated in the conference19.rally for Access to Justice. 20. Buddie: Is it possible to go to a higher official with these concerns? 21. Gully: Sate issue, Bill must be passedbythe state. Vote on this bill will be within the next 22. threemonths 23. 24. Michelle YoungofInternational Fellowship 25. Requesting funding for international dinner event. Last major function before all international 26. students return. Requestoffunds in order to purchase additional bibles used in bible studies. 27. Jakes-Johnson: Have you contacted the Newman Center for possibilityofBibles? 28. Young: Need for additional English Bibles. 29. Finance Report: 31.Molly Casey reported the following: 32. Account #947$-6610.69 33. Account #948$-2750.00 34. Bil1.44 must outline to where the money is being allocated. President's budget in bill format, 35. Helpfulifsenators read and review bill prior to Senate. Recommendation requests are in the 36. office for next year. Appeals must be handed in by 4/5 at 4:30 pm. 4/6 Appeals will be 37. presented to the Senate. Appropriation bill outlining money available for7/1/99-6/3012000.38. Tier bill doesn't specify date to vote on bill, may be possible to extend to deal with Centro issue 39. and Auxilary Services. 40. Committee Reports: 42. College Relations Committee: miss a meal next month 4/16 Senators must encourage 43. participation. Yield 44. Elections Committee: 3 Bills submitted, 3rd Bill takes all money in election account to#947. 45. Finance Committee: Yield. 46. Health&Safety Committee: Private contract style, no report. Yield. 47. Long-Range Planner: Yield 48. Procedure&Finance: Yield

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49. Old Business: 51:; Bill. 43 Funds for International Dinner 52. Motion to waive reading 53. Second 54. Speakers: 55. Storch: Working hard with Oswego Valley Peace Institute. Urge to pass quickly. Yield 56. Buddie: Spoke with Amy about project, working hard. Great time for faculty and students 57. to get together. Urge to pass. 58. Jakes-Johnson: Calltoquestion. 59. Sponsors: 60. Allers 61. Meirowich 62. 15Y 2N 4A 63. Bill Passes 64. 65. Bil1.29 66. Motion to waive reading 67. Second 68. Toso: Point ofinfoTIIlation:Brought back because items in Bill are effected with things that 69. are presently happening. 70. Sponsors: 71. Storch: students are really involved in this. Importanttostay involved. 72. Toso: Changesshouldbe:For Student Assembly's&Faculty Committee. Clausef,73. publish in SA newsletters. Publish a sectioninSA newspapers: Changes in Public Policies. 74. Clauseh,create or maintain a list of studentandfaculty committee's and students on them 75. Changeofposition titletoEstablishmentofCollege of Academic Affairs Office. These 76. changes would help clarify the position. Yield. 77. Cheeks: Good Bill. Coordinated Voice Urge quick passage. 78. CalltoquestiononAmendment 79.20YNOA 80. Amendment passes unanimously 81. Speakers: 82. Reister 83. Call to question 84. Second 85. 17Y 1N 2A 86. Bill Passes 87. New Business: 89. Bill.44 90. Motionstowaive reading 91. Second 92. No objections 93. Sponsors: 94. Allers 95. Benjamin 100. BuddielOI.102. Bill.45 103. Motion to waive reading 104. Second 105. No objections 106. Sponsors: 107. Reister 108. Public Comments&Announcements: 109. Encourage Senators to comment on budget prior to senatetohelp with meeting. 110. MotiontoAdjourn 111. Second112.Meeting adjourned at 7:46

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STUDENTASSOCKATKON..,.... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association "Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 23 March 1999AGENDA1. Call to Order2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Alison Zarecki, SAPB Matt Silverman, Vice PresidentBenJakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Senator Adam Perper&Mike Roden, SA V AC6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports8.Old Business SLE.34.44, SLE.34.459.New Business SLE.34.46, SLE.34.47, SLE.34.4810.Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCIATION",-. Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 23March1999Minutes1 2 3 4 5 -6 7 8 9 1011 1213141516 17 18 19202122232425 _.-... 262728 29 Meeting calledtoorderat6: 10 with21senators presentNoamendments to the agendaNoamendments to the minutes President's Report Formal congratulations to Matt Silverman and Saleem Cheeks. Matt has shown strong leadership as a campus leader as well as strong legislative portfolio. Saleem has enthusiasm and vigor which he will bring into hisnewrole as Vice-President. This year has proven the student supportandthe students desire for a voice in safety, athletics, etc. Thank: allofyou, andwishyouluckinthe future. Allison ZareckiofSAPB Skaa Band4/19/998:00pm$2 tickets sponsoring Liverpool branchofBreast Cancer Society. ContractwithDirt Day site, copies available upon request: Black Moon and Dougie Fresh. The faculty will be a free movie for entire campus, no date asofyet.Newcontract forSAPBin works. Vice-President's Report Budget concerns. More complex with Centro concerns and possible solutions depending on the given levelofsupport. Receive $18,000 for Centro from cuts in other organizations. Within budget highlighted accounts were adjusted and senate accounts were lowered for other accounts. Senate will still have $6000 increase from this years amount. Increasing funds to SAPB,ALANAspeakers grant was raised to $2500 to compare to last years amount. Appeals account raised to $11,000. BASIC requested no budget this year. Senators are urged to discuss these allocations withMattWiley: What is the raise in student service managers salary Silverman: Raise in Cindy Donovan salary accounts for the changeinthis account Jakes-Johnson: Was the salary increase taken away? Silverman: That account was unchanged

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;, """" 303132 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 404142 43 44 45 46 47 48 4950 /-51f52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 6061626364 65 666768 69 70-7172 73 74 Storch: No SSD, only an Assistant Student Service Director Silverman: The SSD title is actually covered under the responsibilitiesofthe president. Storch: How many Supreme Court Justices Silverman: 5 Justices, 1 Chief Justice and 4 Associate Justices. Associate justices are called in for hearing andtoapprove constitutions only explaining the difference in salary. Silverman: Urge Senators to be even more pro-active in the future with special considerationonthe issuesofDivision 1 sports, Centro, SA vans, SAPBis new structure, increasing concerts, and increasing campus awareness due to the Student Services fee which may become an optional fee Zarecki:Oncampus students tend to be more aware than off-campus. Benefitsofthe public relations position Jakes-Johnson: Storyteller's Guild: $540 to hire Rosemary Nesbbit. Artwriting Contest and Mystery Dinner outlines account. Storyteller's request leftover funds for use. Storch: Traditionofthe Senate for all unused money to be returned to Senate Jakes-Johnson: View this as partofappeals Wiley: Bill 5 does not specify money going towards Rosemary Nesbit, can take amountoffbudget Toso: Appears to be partofappeals Jakes-Johnson: Concern over this semester participationofsenators. 6 Senators have broken the attendance policyofmore than 5 absences. Action must be taken. Urge all Senators to look into this matter Zarecki: Encourage members in a proactive way, This lackofattendance hurts Senate body by inhibiting their ability to vote and make decisions effectively Cheeks: Has any effort been made to contact these individuals? Silverman: Attempts to speak individually with them, most are not respondingorreport family problems. Recommendations have been made for these individuals to resign their positions. Cheeks: Other possible actions? Jakes-Johnson: OCA&Hall councils have ability to remove senators from office Davis: Late in the semester for these actions Silverman: The criteria being discussed was brought to all Senators attention during the Senate Training Course in September and problem wasn't this extreme previously Davis: What are the attendance requirements? Silverman: 3 consecutiveor5 total allowances. Toso: With this being the busiest timeofthe year, it is important to concentrateonthe active responsible senators to accomplish what needs to be done. Jakes-Johnson: Thank you, encourage Senators to be thinkingofthis issue. Mike RodenofSA V AC Requestoffunds in amount of$1200 for Adventure Based Learning Series Team builder in placeofbanquet in Lavona, NY which would help teams work together more efficiently. Buddie: Lodging costs seem high Roden: Costs include a few nights Storch: Spoken with many membersofSA V AC and many do not seem to be pleased with this decision, date wasn't suitable and was unchanged when requested. Will thishelp and be worthwhile without full supportofall members.

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'"..,-.. 7576 '" 7778 79 808182 .. 8384 858687 88 89909192 93 94 95 96 "-97 98 99 100101102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110111112 113 114 115 -.116 117 118 119 Roden: This date was the original dateofthe banquet, members should have been awareofthis date. Storch: Is the ambulance back in service Roden: yesterday afternoon it went up and running Jakes-Johnson: Haveyouever attended a workshop like this before, is this something that couldbepostponed until next year? Roden: Without active participationofmembers, organization will not exist. Thisteambuilder is necessary Cheeks: Haveyoulooked at the Insurance Account where there is $4000 currently? Roden: That wouldbesuitable, unawareofthis. Initially was instructed to submit Billinthis manner Wiley: CHOICE sponsors similar activities and programsonteam building and cooperation. Applaud you for your concern, but problemmaybe better solved by usinganorganizationonthis Campus Koshner: How many participants are figured into amounts? Roden: Amounts are figured on a full roster, any extra funds willbereturned to SA Silverman: To get the Senators thinking, Hopefully as a senator,ifyou were putonthe spot with the questionofwhat you have done for the students to improve the Senateorcampus, each senator could respond with confidence in answering this question Finance Report Chris Davis #947 $-7410.69 #948 $-2750.00 SA V AC bill: Shifting money from the insurance bill Cheeks: Turn down bill, money could come from another account Toso: Submit new bill? Silverman: Senate could makeita transfer bill Committee Reports Committee College Relations: Yield Finance Committee: Bill to put all money in #947, one account is still pending, Thank Youtoeveryone. Yield Health&Safety: Yield Long-Range Planning: Questions overjobexpectations, evaluations, long-term Good. Yield Procedure&Finance: Yield Old Business Bill 44. International Fellowship Picnic MotiontoWaive Reading Second Speakers: Allers Benjamin Buddie: Talkedtoindividuals: good bill, helps international students learn about religion relations Speakers: Reister

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'",,-.., 120121 ... 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130131 ". 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 ,..... 141142 143 144 '. 145 146 147 148 149 150151152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 '" 160 ..... 161 162 163 164 Call to question 16Y 2N3ABill passes Bill 45. SAVAC Sponsors: Reister: Good bill. Urge quick passage Cheeks: Motion to amend: Line15to transfer from account 906 (Insurance Acct.) Second Speakersonamendment Wiley: urge Senatetotable bill, with facilitators on campus that would be more accessible in future guidance Toso: Yield Call to question Motion to Role Call Second 12Y4N5A Amendment passes Speakers on bill: Jakes-Johnson: Motion to table bill Koshner Buddie Second 18YON3ABill tabled Cheeks: pointofinformation. SA V AC charged with dutyofresearching options? Reister:Notmuch time to confer, event is April10111.NewBusiness: Bill 46. Changing useofFunds for Storyteller's Guild Motion to waive reading Second Sponsors: Meirowitch Bill 47. Election Results Motion to Waive Reading Second Sponsored by the Senate Body Public Comments and Announcements Storch: Thankyouand congratulations to Matt moving into his presidency with his hard work as Vice-President Toso: See everyone for Procedures&Finance committee immediately following meeting. Looking for new members. Cheeks: Zeta Phi Zeta function tomorrow night. come show support. Meeting adjourned at 7:25

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" STUDENT ASSOCIATION...OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 4 April 1999I.Call to Order II. Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. SwearingInofNew Officers VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President --Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance Budget Appeals Alison Zarecki, SAPB -VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. Special OrdersX.General Orders A. Legislation Pending 1. SLE.34.47B.DiscussionofUnfinished Business XI. New BusinessA.New Legislation 1. SLE.34.49 2. SLE.34.50B.DiscussionofNew Business 1. Brian Hurd, Admissions 2. Dave Meirowitch, Off-Campus Senator XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON.'-. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 6 April 1999 \\WWooswego.edu/ -studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ..Meeting called to order at6:10 with 20 senators present Amendments to the agenda: Meirowitch requests to speak under agenda Toso: Add Bil1.46 under Old Business and change date to 4/6 No amendments to the minutes Jamie Fiacco, Supreme Court Justice swear in new officers: Matt Silvennan took oath as President Saleem Cheeks took oath as Vice-President President's Report On budget, the 2.1%is no longer in effect because money was granted. Rally in Albany on4120for support against sweatshop workers. Encourage participation. Open positions remain for DirectorofFinance, DirectorofCommunications, Public Relations Intern, and 4 Associate Chief Justices. Murmurs Concert 4/19. Friendly amendment to SAPB budget to increase funding for better programming: $10,000 income line. Urge Senate to support budget appeals for OCA. Lead Senate grant (ALANA grant) $2500 changed from $1500. Vice-President's Report Agenda changeswere made to increase discussion and deal with concerns. Brian Hurd: Admissions Counselor Open House 4/12, Tour guides needed. Approx. 1,800 people in attendance, reception for volunteers. Office Extension x2250, please announce to halls. Buddie: How long is Open House Open House lasts from 8:30-4:30, Tours start at 9:00 Dave Meirowitch: Two issues to bring to Senate Concerns over Oswegonian who printed ill-reports through letters to the editor and the news sectionsofthe paper. Also, the Oswegonian failed to print retractions as they had previously agreed to do. This should be a great concern to the Senate since this is a student newspaper. Also, the Elections Committee failed to fulfill their duties. Posters remained up way after the specified date, and concerns Voiced to them were not fully taken into consideration. Finance Report: Molly Casey Account #947 $-7585.69 Account #948 $-2750.00 Benjamin: How much can accounts move into the red? Casey: Exact numbers unsure, info can be provided in the SA Office. SA VACbill was tabled, only paid from January to June with $4000, recommend transfer from this account to be used for trip.CSABill, were allocated $3400. With this event planned in advance, Senate should take into account This shouldn't have been a rushed bill. Could have been dealt with in advance.

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Jakes-Johnson:Howmuch was last years bill? Casey: $1900 for dinner last year Storch: Money was supposed to be in account for endofthe year at the BackyardJamBenjamin: SAPB funded BackyardJamin the past. Casey: Money budgeted was used and appealof$1900 was used, and allof$3400 is still there, this request is additional money Jakes-Johnson:Whywas organization dropped to Tier 2? Casey: Failed totumin budget. Suggest Senate to possible discuss this with contingents becauseofthe large amountoffunds being requested Invite Committees to appeals: Daniel RushofIRSA: Appeals Account #471 Equipment&Supplies $8514.37 New equipment necessary for intramural and recreation. Previousamount:$4400.00 Casey: Allocated $2800, only $300 remaining in account? Rush: After inventory, Soccer Balls & Basketballs were needed as well as new volleyball and tennis nets. Toso:Howmuch equipment is need for such a high amount? Rush: Hockey sticks, softball gloves are all needed. Lackofthis equipment deters participation Buddie: Have you attempted any fund-raisers to help with this equipment? Rush: No, andnoplans right now Account #473 Intramurals and Awards $2000.00 requested. Add money for trophies and plaques for workers and teammembers.Needed to gives teams and Workers recognition. Otto: Do these special teams already exist Rush: Yes, but new teams can be added at any time Account #474 Referees/Scorekeepers/Supervisors Participation has been increasing. With increasing numbersofparticipants, increased numbersofrefs, Scorekeepers, Supervisors are needed as well. Casey: What percentageofworkers are currently work study students Rush: 10 students currently, these numbers however are subject to change Jakes-Johnson:Therequested $3300/year requested, are there work study students included? Rush:NoAccount #475 Lifeguards $14,321 requested to fulfill the lifeguards at these hours at minimum wage. Reister: Does staff pay any fees to swim? Rush: No, we could possibly look into that Storch; Can hours be cut to reduce amount needed? Any consistently unused hours? Rush: This has already been done to the best it can Account #476 Office AssistantsWork9-4PMat minimum costs $10,969.00 Speaker from NYPIRG: Marleen Ripple Friday is phone in Lobby Day for higher education.ATMfees information is in office. Earth Day is set.The19th-21st is EarthWeekand there willbea free concert with five bands in the Rich Hall Parking Lot. Lake Shore Clean-Ups coming up. WNYO: General Manager: Appeals Dues Account: This organization is no longer intact, dues are returned to SA Campus Media Group; Contract was increased for security cards changes with Y2-K compliance Problems. Storch: Was this requestedordidADTmandate this? WNYO: Gov. Mandate to upgrade to the year 2000 Jakes-Johnson: Does the old way need to be updated to work? WNYO: Mainlytobecompatible with computer system. Reister: Is it possible that ADT can absorb someofthe costs?Anadditional $4160.85 is needed for these new security systems including contract Differences, new contracts, and new box. Total requested $10,186.85 Account 599: Traffic Account

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-New program RCS $80 paper/ $300 Educational yearly fee Jakes-Johnson: What is this used for WNYO: to track&program Account #584 Conventions Account Decrease by $900, $1220 amount on the program fee. Buddie: Any fund-raisers WNYO: Yes, for hotel cost&other expenses WTOP Appeals Account 600:Tomaintain amountofmovies as the past this amount must be increased Toso: How many movies a semester are purchased? WTOP: 40-50 per semester at $250-$300/ movie Account 604: To maintain equipment, this decrease in money is unsuitable. Account 616: 3 Year Plan attempted to get everywhere on campus able to have live capabilities not possible asofyet. Jakes-Johnson: How much remains in your account?Doyou plan on getting any finance director in the future?WTOP:yesMoney is drastically needed for backdrops, software, licensing, and sound equipment.OCARepresentative: Appeals Lopez: Thank you to Senate for past allowances. Request to raise money up to at least the requested amount. Toso: Is position eliminated or just funding? Lopez: Most likelyiffunding is, position will beaswell. Jakes-Johnson: Could theWebposition be combined with assistant director? Lopez: An overwhelming amountofwork is involved in this position. Casey: This $300 increase and position cut were decided upon with theOCArepresentative and the budget council. Lopez: Suggest to Senators to re-add position even with a really low salary Postage Account: #847: Mass mailings needed Reister: Non-profit organization, govt. may fund this for you Storch: In the past, switch to e-mail for another formofcommunication Lopez: Added these resources in addition to not in placeofmailings Silverman: How many newsletters this year, do you feel it is a sufficient amount Lopez: 1 Spring semester, not sufficient publication Copy Expenses: In order to make more newsletters and make them quicker and more efficiently Newsletter Account: Raise the money to create more and improved newsletters. Goal: have newsletters for both semesters Programming Account#883:Housing lists presentations and newsletters to help currently on campus students moving to off-campus. Casey: Only $100 has been used. Lopez: Usually purchase mugs and things to promote OCA Meirowitch: Past suggestion to move in to classrooms, has this been looked at? Lopez: Director has mentioned this for the future Reister: Possible suggestion to charge landlords for services? Lopez: Ongoing Debate, has been considered. Computer Account: Adding new printer&repairs Toso: With new computers, do you have warranties. Lopez: Toner, disks, and paper Buddie: What are these new computers Lopez: Internet based and other improvements ALANA Grants (including other organization that fall under non-SA orgs.) Partofexecutive account Storch: Explanationofexecutivechanges to budget council's recommendation? Casey: NonSAOrganizations, Senate can decide to deal with appeal or allow President to make decision.

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\,..Davis: Thanks to senate for $5000 last year. Past conferences was big success with approx. 21,000 in attendance. Budgeted amountof$2500 will not allow us to hold this conference. Many schools participated and this conference provides great recognition for this school. Silverman: Many grants have been give by the last two SA Presidents to BSU and ASA towards ALANA speakers Davis: Not specified therefore issue does not have to be used for the ALANA conference. Casey: Why isn't your organization SA affiliated? Davis: Unsureofprocedures to become SA organization Reister: Can you have some events, but not all to reduce costsofconference? Davis: To fairly represent everyone in attendance, all things are needed tobefair to all groupsSmith:HUBAC week Appeals RidofAccount Special Event $1500 RidofAccount Winterfest $500 HUBAC week has proved tobea great event with very high levelsofparticipation Reister: Noasmany events a possibility? Smith: most things came in packages and we purchased the least expensive package Storch: Congrats&support to this event. Encourage support CombinationofHUBAC Week with other events to increase participation. Davis: hnportant to catch students early in academic life. Miller: Transfer students also benefit from this great event Conference: All events are free, all ideas come from these conferences outof$1000 in paid conference bills which provided allofcampus an opportunity to go. Storch: Looked into corporatelbusiness sponsorship? Davis: Real hard to get this supportprizes and other donations were given by organization which accounts for their participation. Oswegonian: 5 Appeals Scott Strand: Have to ensure the futureofthe Oswegonian on this campus. Photography Account: Requested $500, recommended $400 Casey: Purchased digital camerato produce pictures through computer to lower developing costs, is this being used? Strand: Original cameras are still needed and used Reister:Ifyou bought in mass quantity could that lower your purchase costs? Strand: We attempt to do this Postage Account: Request $300, recommended $250 Buddie: Any possible fund-raisers to raise money Strand: Money is raised by the salesofads, with each ad costing different amounts dependent on size and style. Reister: Bulk mailings possible Strand: Mailings go out periodically, probably not a massquantities Computer Maintenance: New software is needed Jakes-Johnson: Do you need all computers to have Quark 4 Speaker: with server all computers share the same version and need to upgrade to 4 tobein line with the school. Toso: Have you ever considered getting one copy and just licensing it to the other computers to save money Speakers:Donot have enough to be able to with minimal allowances Benjamin: Could you split this program with SA computers, or theArtDepartment? Speakers: Possibility that can be looked into. Year Plan requested $20,000, $4,000 additional computers. Info has been lost and other problems have occurred. New computes are needed. Jakes-Johnson: How much are you requesting? Speakers: The additional $4600 to purchase two new computers DUCO Representative Varied presentations throughout the year. Attempt to expand organization. Requested $600, received 0 Some leveloffinancial support is needed to publicize this program to attempt increasing involvement. Silverman: Procedure is to speak with President about these grants. Whywasn'tthe President

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" -contactedofthese issues? Speakers: A meeting was set, but never followed through on your end. Then were advised to submit this appeal. Casey: Why haven't you tried to become as SA member? Jakes-Johnson: Motion to table all accounts (appealing to Executive accounts including DUCO, ALANA, and LARK) Motion to debate Second8Y9NOAMotion fails Davis: Motion to suspend rules and to have LDS rule go before Senate Objection Second Motion to Role Call Second 228. Pointofinformation: Miscount on last vote? Pointofinformation: some no-votes acceptable procedure Pointofinformation: Return to passes 3Y 15N 2A Motion fails LARK Committee: no-representative CSA Representative: Appeals Dinner, the amount given is not enough for food Jakes-Johnson:Itwas believed that youcan do fundraising, possible to work with ALANA who has proven successful in the past? Speakers: The amount we can raise is no larger that $500 and wedon'tget enough from SA to make it worthwhile. Not possible ALANA is a full year organization which would be the reasoning for their ability to raise such large amountsofmoney Benjamin: Most income lines are a%ofallocated funds, why is this one 50%? Casey: That is not necessarily true, Oswegonian is 20%, implementedon raised from dinner in the past. Speakers: The amount came from money raised from tickets last year? Jakes-Johnson: The income lines were put into encourage fundraising Storch: Do you think you might get more people than last years? Expected number? Speakers: Expect increased attendanceStorch:Are you going to collect from dorms again this year? Speakers: Yes,tryto raise money all the time Casey: Does your organization consider $5700 chunk change as previously stated? Speakers: Yes, for the amount we need Jakes-Johnson: How many members are there? Speakers: approx. 100 members Miller: Minority student problems, help to continually help Caribbean students? Silverman: Total allocation went up, budget is still being raised by $1100, do you feel that this is a substantial raise? Speakers: Yes, but itisstill not enough to help us accomplish what we want Silverman: Wheredoyou propose that we recruit funds from? Request no income line, no money was made from ticket sales Smith: PointofInfo to Molly Casey: Can you explain why they receive an income line? Silverman: Spending new money, new account. Income line was put in to give someofthis new money back. Conference Account To attend Northeasten conference, an increase in funds would allow to take additional individuals Which would be beneficial to org. Davis: Is it true that more attendance to these conferences would provide incentives for

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participation? Speakers: Yes Cole: Is this new conference just as expensive as past conferences? Speakers: Yes BackyardJamAccount: Requested $11,750 received $3,500.00 SAPB offered to help out this year for entertainment, ask for increased funds Jakes-Johnson: Is the BackyardJama profitable event? Speakers: Admission is free, moreofa wind-down for students at endofyearMiller: Is it true that this BackyardJamprovides a wide varietyofstudents benefits from integrating cultures? Speakers: Yes Davis: It is true you are trying to encompass SAPB and other organizations into the Backyard Jam? Speakers: Yes Casey: Would you consider charging for the Backyard Jam? Speakers: No, this is supposed tobean endofthe year event for students Toso: Other that SAPB, any other organizations offeredhelp? Speakers:NoBenjamin:Isn'tit true that there is one free concert every year as a good-bye to students? Storch: It may be important to commend your organization for trying to do a lot, but prioritizing maybenecessary with the realization that everyone is receiving cuts in the budget. Motion for account to Senate Finance Committee Motion to not include any executive accounts Speakers: Storch:Toappeal executive side is not appealing the whole budget. Yield Jakes-Johnson: These do fall under Executive account, turn them over Benjamin:Notfair to not allow Senate Finance Committee to even look at these appeals Second Motion for RoleCall Second5Y12N2AMotion fails Pointofinformation: Canwesend all appeals to the Finance Committee? Yes, this has been doneinthe past. Motion to sendallappeals to finance committee Second Toso: Much easier for a small groupofpeople to go over these to give all organizations equal consideration Lopez: Agree completely, need to look more closely at these Meirowitch: Simply sending all appeals on is not doing ourjobas Senators Reister: How long would the committee have to look at these appeals Koshner: Everyone with interest go to meeting and give everyone full consideration Jakes-Johnson: Sending them all on is incorrect, it is ourjobto choose Miller: Late hour, committee just as good. They can look at more information and details Benjamin: Many variablestoconsider,shouldbefully researched. Call to question Objection Storch: Wrong to saywehave no opiniononwhat goes to Finance Committee. Yield Silverman:20people vs. 5 people to decide your interests. Davis:Doesn'tthe E-board make suggestions which willbebrought back to the Senate to Casey:Noproblem, looking at allofthese. Time is late, Committee happy to do so to look at other background info Storch Able to ask any questions tonight when the organizations present them. Open meeting for the Finance Committee? Reister: Open meeting, no open vote Miller: Give organizations more time to come to Senate

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Reister: The Senate Finance Committee only provides recommendations, Senate votes Let us do further research. Yield Call to question Motion to send all appeals to finance committee Friendly Amendment: Finance Committeetoreport to Senate in two weeks with suggestions Motion reads as above (with Amendment) 15Y 3N 1A Motion passes Casey's report cont. HUBAC needs help with student participation event for May Day weekend. Smith: New idea to hopefully increase participation Davis: A large incentive is sometimes needed to encourage participation Benjamin:Don'tsee thisasan issue, Saying noismeddling into another organization's affairs. Storch: Possibilityofrenting system from Blockbusterorloan one from student and use prize money towards gift certificate for games instead. Casey: How much is too much PointofInfonnation: There is an umbrella law on raffles and cash prizes being illegal Smith: In a programming perspective, these limits on getting student involvement is wrong. Much higher participation with large prizes. Silvennan: Idea for Procedure&Finance to look at this and set up separate prize accounts Casey: A lot more work than necessarytodo this for all organizations Benjamin: By separating everything, you would create an overwhelming numberofaccounts Pointoforder? This will be brought up under new business next week. Committee Reports CCRC: Exchange day5nin Forum or Ballroom more info from Senator Lopez. 5/12 is Miss a Meal Day, money will go towards charities. Elections Committee: Yield Finance: Please meet aftermeeting Long-Range Planning: Yield Safety Committee: Yield Recruitment: Not present Procedure&Finance: Yield New Business: Special Orders Bil1.49 Motion to table until next week Objection Jakes-Johnson: Do not feel comfortable voting on a $4000 bill without talking to my constituents. Urge to vote to table. Motion to vote by Rolecall Second14Y2N2AMotion passesBillA?Student Association All-Campus Election Motion to Waive Reading Second Sponsors: Meirowitch fi Procedural, Yield 12YON 2A Bill passes 380. Bill 46. Jakes-Johnson: Concerns are met. Withdraw Bil1.46 after speaking to Molly Casey

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New Business: Storch: Prizes for HUBAC&gifts. Yield Benjamin: Can not interfere with organization Buddie: Possible prize, gift certificate to restaurant? Yield Miller: Great ideas for prizes, don't have right to interfere. Yield Motion to end discussion Bil1.50 1999-2000 Budget appropriations Motion to waive reading Second Sponsors Motion to be sponsored by the body Second Public Comments and Announcements: Cheeks: President Stanley is having a banquet for SA Storch: Wed Lakeside dining hall, Stanley will be there for dinner Benjamin: Sad someofthe questions directed towards speakers. Students should no have to speak in questionofSenators actions.Weare representativesofthe campus. Jakes-Johnson: To clarify, no one organization was being singled out. Look at organizations in groups Cheeks: Thanks to Reister and Storch for their help Casey: Thank everyone for hard work tonight Brown: Individuals are treated poorly&ifsupportisn'tgiven to clubs and organization it will create many future problems Miller: Responsibility to give this organization a fresh opportunity, and protect them Benjamin: Look at this org. as a whole new organization. Give them a fresh start. Customer service is what keeps us alive. Yield Felix: Many Senators are unawareofthe other clubs and there doings. Not knowing what is happening is not doing our jobs. It is important to know about groups to make apprppriate decisions Buddie: Thank you for your job tonight. Motion to adjourn Second Meeting adjourned at 10:45

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STUDENTASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 24th Meeting13April 1999 I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgendawww.oswego.edu/ studenta AGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410V. Executive Report Matt Silvennan, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President ... Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance Alison Zarecki, SAPB Jason Selss, Assistant DirectorofCommunications VI. NYPIRG ReportVIT.Committee Reports VIII. Special OrdersIX.General Orders A. Legislation Pending 1. SLE.34.49 2. SLE.34.50B.DiscussionofUnfinished BusinessX.New Business A. New LegislationB.DiscussionofNew Business 1. Tim Thomas, Men's Volleyball2.Kristen Benjamin, Off-Campus Senator XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiON (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 wwwooswego.edu/ studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY "-,,-.. ------------------------TO:FROM: DA1E: RE:SASenateMattSilverman, April 13, 1999 Friendly Amendments to Budget Please adjustthefollowing lines in theSAbudget. Alison Zarecki andIhave decidedtoadda$10,000incomeline toSAPB'sbudget, enabling ustoadd$10,000offundstodifferentSAPBdepartments. Acct.776 777779781782NewSAPBConcertsSAPBLecturesSAPBPromotionsSAPBSpecial EventsSAPBPerforming Arts Income Line New Total$68,434 13,000 5,000 10,000 5,000 10,000Executive accounts775(Artswego),772, 773,and774(LEADCenterGrants)havebeencombinedinto account853.Account853willbecalled Senate Finance Committee Grants. (See attachedmemorandumfor details.)Notethatthebreakdownofthis accountisattheendofthenewbudgetbill. Please make all adjustments clearlyonyourspreadsheets.MS/mjf "

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202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCIATION .. ,,-..,_O_S_W_E_G_O_S_T_A_T_E_U_N_IV_E_R_S_I_T_Y www.oswego.edu!-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410TO: FROM: DATE:RE:SA Senate Roosevelt Mohammed, LEAD Center Mindy Ostrow, Artswego Matt Silverman, SA President f\f\P Molly Casey, SA DirectorofFinance\ \...-...; Sam Reister, Chair, SA Senate Finance April ] 2, 1999 SA Grants In recent years the Student Association President has awarded grants to campus programs that are run by non-SA organizations. These programs have been paid for outofaccounts in our Executive Budget. At this week's senate meeting, we will be adjusting our budget to move these accounts into thecareofthe Senate Finance Committee. This is simply a movementofthe accounts and will not change their funding levels. Our reasons for this policy change are numerous. First off, problems have occurred this year and in the past two years under the current systemofawarding grants. It has also been noted by many people in SA that the current system gives an advantage to non-SA organizationsordepartments over SA organizations. The current system also gives the president almost unchecked power over whether or not he or she wants to fund certain non-SA programs.Itis also questionable as to whether or not non-SA departments should be able to use the appeals process that was intended for SA organizations. By moving the accounts to the Senate Finance Committee, we can assure a more democratic and fair systemofawarding grants to non-SA programs. The system in the future should function in a similar way to the current system, but with some important changes: 1) Insteadofsubmitting a budget requesttothe SA President, the budget request will be given to the chairofthe Senate Finance Committee. 2) The Senate Finance Committee will review the request and meet with therequestersifthey choose to.3)The Senate Finance Committee (rather than the President) will give an itemized budget request to the Budget Council.4)The Budget Council will give the recommendations to the Senate body with the entire budget.5)Ifgrant requesters wish to appeal the amount determined by the Budget Council, they will contact the Senate Finance Committee who will,ifthey choose to, submit an appeal on their behalf. 6) Purchase Orders must be signed by the Vice President or Senate Finance Committee chairperson and follow SA policies and procedures. is the system that the current Senate Finance Committee chairperson, the DirectorofFmance, and the President have agreed to, however the fine details will be at the discretionofnext year's Senate Finance Committee chairperson and members.Ifyou have any questions, please feel free to contact us at anytime.

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON __ __ 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate34thSession 24th Meeting13April 1999 Minutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410The meetingwascalledtoorderat6:09 with 17 senators presentNoamendmentstotheagendaNoamendmentstothe minutes Finance Report Account #947 (with holds for Senator Rupert) $7500.69 Account #948 $-2750.00 Talks about followupquestion dealing with gifts&prizes. Jakes-Johnson: Correctinthefactofnocash prizes? Casey:Nocashtoperson Toso:Cashtoorganization alright? Casey:Norames Reister: Can't put limitsonmoneytoorganization Casey:Hastobediscretion Resiter: Did research.Noholdsonmoney. Buddie:Giftcertificate shouldbediscounttobookstoreorfor restaurants. Rupert: There moneytospend Otto: Should monitor money in the future. Vice-President's Report" Reminderofcourtesy rule. First fourrowsshouldbeSenators only. Movementatmin.NoSenator willberecognized after these rows. Regular meeting next week. Meeting afterwards concerning budget. Toso: Repeat? Cheeks: Regular meeting next week. Meeting afterwards concerning budget. Senators positions, 4:30 Formal Lounge. President Stanley Galla.4/20RSVPX3241 by4/16.Buddie: Apri116? Cheeks: Monday. CongratstoGreekWeekpeople. Storch: Suspend ruleoneminute for Bill.49.-1.2.3. 4.5. Presidetn's Report 6.Announcementsofopenpositions for SAPB.OnBill.48(NewVersion) Grant accounts movedtoSenate7.Finance Committee.RESAGrants moved because failures inthesystems. Presidentofbudget hastoo8.tomuch say over transferofmoney. Senate finance committee will have to ironoutdetails. 9. Storch:Howmuch is attainable? 10. Silverman:Income in invaluable, the current system is inefficient. 11. Storch: Possibilityofmore? 12. Silvennan: Capital equipmentorotherthings change numbersofaccounts in budget.13.14. 15. 16. 17.18. 19.20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.31.32.33.34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.

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.."'" --40.Benjamin: Two sectionsofthe Constitution deal with issue. How far can discretion go?41.Casey: No awareofbillabout purchase orders. Asks to allow forgiftof$10042.Jakes-Johnson:Willthey be made awareofmoney spending43.Casey: Can approve to monitor money 44. Jakes-Johnson: No problem withSlOO,but ifwasted moneywillwe be informed?45.Casey:Wedon't haveanyright to check records. Senate has no wayofknowing46.Storch: Line has to be drawn somewhere. Whereisthe boarder on controlofmoney. Why 47. transfer bills? Finance should have some control. 48. Casey: Askofhands on cash (12 Senatorsinfavor)49.50.Zarecki: AnnouncementofMay 2 bands.$8admission for students,S10for non-SA. Movie51.listing: Bug's Life $230. Higher Learning this week. Faculty,May 31.52. 53.Friendly amendments54.Need forit.Gives motivation.55.Buddie: Money for concert. Does it go to bands?56.Zarecki: Goes to fund balance. Money comes outofconcert account.57.Davis:Anyother activities? .>:. 58.Zarecki: Lackofinterest59.60.SC/SS:Website finished. SA Website:www.oswego.eduIN$SA61.62.NYPIRG:63.Saturday 12-7 Earthday Concert@Quad. Earth Week. Look out for surprise events. Earth day64.LobbyDay.65.66. Committee Reports' 67. Finance: Forum for appeals 6:00 on Friday open to public 68. Health& Safety: Administratorsofthe schoolwillhave a meeting concerning the beeper systems 69.Graham:Is safety on campus regulated? 70. Shorphenburger: School get funded by government for each student 71.Graham:Codeofconduct?72.Shorphenburger:No, schools must report behavior on year.73.Graham: Level requirements? 74. Shorphenburger: No requirements oflevelofsafety.75.Storch: Report.76.Shorphenburger: Each Summer77.Storch: Heard nothingofpast reports78.Shorphenburger: Speak with Judicial Affairs79.80.Old Business'81SA funds for BackyardJam.82.Sponsors: Davis, Buddie, Otto, Felix, Benjamin83.Benjamin: Key points: Free concert for students as congratulationsofcompletionofyear. 84. SAPB Cheap concert.co-sponsorship. Do not want to decrease funds.85.Davis: Goodbillto work for students. Encourages senators to get involved. 86. Buddie: Good farewell and good way to expand knowledgeofother cultures87.Otto: SA has worked hard. A lotofinterest is sparked by this event. Encourages growth88.inother groups becauseofsuccess.89.Felix:Also part ofCSA.Inpast, big success. Responsible for other schools CSA promotes and90.attracts other cultures. 91. Wilson: Eventwillallow campus to come togetherandshow support 92. Reister: Yield to Speak93.Jakes-Johnson: $4000-$2500

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Cheeks: Unfinished business with Tim Thomas Thomas: Informs on how well Volleyball teamdid.2nd Place in Platinum Division Ranked 49th overallincountry. Public Comments and Announcements Storch: Urgestosign up April 29-May I for 24 hour marathon. Good cause and a lotoffunsign-upsinunion from 11-2 tomorrow.Alex:Miss-a-meal Friday 4/16. Benjamin: Best Body contest. Looking for talent and fashion show ... -94.Toso: Second95.Jakes-Johnson: Agree with other Senators. surprised at support. $-7500 Senate thinks should practice 96. being more responsible with finance. 97. Storch: Calltoquestion 98. Reister: Second 99. Benjamin: Urge tofillamendment. Cheap concert, lowest ever received. Cut into eventinfunds 100. People outofcollege know how important itis.Moneyisthere. 101. Davis:Ifdorms say yes, how doesitgo with amendment? 102. Toso: At discretionofhalls.Responsibilityofmoney also includes knowing where money should 103. should go. Negative moneyisno good. Moneyisnot there. 104. Otto: SAisthe last hope.Ifmoney is cut,itwon't happen..SAisa productofstudent's funds. 105.Alex:Wasteoftime 106. Storch Call to question.107.Second108.Bill.49 amendmentto$2500109.Motion to vote by rolecall110. Second111.6Y 13NOA112. Motionfails.113.Davis: $900willnot be spent on good-bye party. Money is for Backyard-Jam possibly 114. Jakes-Johnson: #963willthere be a motiontotransfer? 115. Benjamin: Moneywillbe used for emergencies. 116.Alex:Problem is priority. Can't get what they want. 117. Benjamin: #963isred money 118. Koshner: Is that how much it will cost? Is it possible to take out contest?orother partsofjam? 119. Benjamin:Itisa fillertotake out that would be damaging 120. Meirowich: Calltoquestion 121. Jakes-Johnson: Object 122. Meirowich: End arguing123.Jakes-Johnson: Amend moneytobetransferred.124.Reister: Also illegal 125. Jakes-Johnson: Withdraws126.Alex:Calltoquestion 127. Second 128.BY3N 3A 129. Bill passes 130. 131.Bil1.50132. SA 1999-2000 budget 133. MotiontoWaive Reading 134. Second135.17YON2A136.Bill passes.137. 138.139.140.141. 142. 143. 144.145. 146.

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON"-OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.cdul-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session .. 25th Meeting20April 1999AGENDAI.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Executive Report Matt Silvennan, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance VI. NYPIRG Report VII. Conunittee Reports VIII. Special OrdersIX.General Orders A. Legislation PendingB.DiscussionofUnfinished BusinessX.New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.34.512.RES.34.13 3. RES.34.14B.DiscussionofNew Business 1. Derek Buddie, Senator, Riggs Hall XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment

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STUDENTASSOCIA TKON",..., OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student AssociationOswegoState University Senate 34th Session 25th Meeting 20April1999www.oswego.edu!-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101.Themeetingwas called to orderat6:09with17senators present2.Noamendments to the minutes3.Amendmenttoagenda: 4.PutBiIl.50under special orders to dealwithincome line.5.Motion to consider Bill.506.Second7.Call to question8.15Y2NOA9.Motion passes10.AcIdAllison Zarecki under Vice-President's Report11.12.President's Rewrt 13.Senator needed for full-opening committee toplanevent for fall.14.Volunteer:senatorBuddie.4/27RallyDayinAlbany to meetwithLegiSlator,press conference,andmeetingwithAssembly people.15.Toso: Wlat isthe rallyconcerning16.Silverman:Insupport oflegiSlationagainst sweatshops.17.BiII.50inpacket2,two-part guide: first partabOutclasses provided byfaCUlty,secondpart: student evaluations of teachers18.Jakes-Johnson: Willwehaverecords of student evaluations?19.Silverman:Informationtromparticipating teachersina publicized guide.20.Pageafterbillisbreakdownofcosts.Idea toselltoincomingfreshman during orientationandto returning studentsinthe beginning of theyear.$3 cost $2 sale21.Reister:Whysellataloss?22.Silverman:Optimaltobefree,costinitiallytoraisesmallamounts of funds to23.continueinthe future.24.Buddie:Will senators receive free copies?25.Silverman:No26.Jakes-Johnson: Haveyoucontacted recruitment officetoorganize for orientation?27.Tosa:Contemplated putting infoonthewebtomakeinfo.available toallstUdentsatnocost?28.Silverman:Giveitto company to print is more confidential:Lessproblems29.The poster ofSAservices:Lost vanrental&otherservices.Mustfindwayto find alternatives to theselosses.Possiblyredoposterwithcurrent services.30.Buddie:Dowehave money to reinstate these services?31.Silverman:Forvanrentalservices.No.32.ConsiderIRSAinbudget. Sufferedbigcosts,butfailedtoget money distributed.Need33.money for intermurals.34.Casey: Wly doyoufeel overwhelmed lack ofworkstudy workers35.Silverman:From past workers

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. 36.Davis: Were work study volunteers or recruited?37.Silverman: Recruited38.Benjamin:HowdoesIRSAfitunderSA?Whydon't athletic fees coverIRSA?39.Silverman:Issuewithcollege40.Announcement of positions:41.Office ofAcademicAffairs:TomHanford42.DirectorofFinance:BrianFragula43.Director of communications:JasonSalis44.GreekAffairsDept:VinnyPatrisenta45.LauraKingsley46.GregAgabola47.Allhave posted hoursinSAoffice.48.49.Vice-presjdent:SO.Reister willtakeover positionofchairat9:00.Remind Senatorstobecourteousandhurry along51.process.Researchedpast legislation concerning attendance. StopbySAtoreadlaw.Allchairs with52.committees inform usaboutany legislation ontable.53.54.financeReport55.Molly Casey: Account 1947: "$11,585.69 56.Account 1948: $-2750.0057.Jakes-Johnson: opinion onBiII.5758.Casey:BiIl.50Great ideaWorkeda lot with Silverman. Expensesseemlegit, questionable59.number of books60.Silverman:EndofBillstates thatSenatecanhave free distributionifideafails.61. 62.Allison Zarecki:SAPB Assistant Director63.4129,4130,5/1TheFaculty.FreeAdmission& Giveaways. 5/2OldSchool concert.4129Tickets go64.onsaleforD-Day.ThankyoutoJen Par1
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92.Resolution13.CongratstoPresidentWiley93.Motiontobesponsoredbythebody ..,..... 94.Second95.Motiontobepassedbygeneralconsent96.Second97. 98.Resolution14.RecognitiontoSecretaries99.Motiontobesponsoredbythebody100.Second101.Storch:Motiontoamendline5to our" 102.Second103.Calltoquestion104.Second105.Motiontopassbygenerallyconsent106.Second107. 108.Buddie:Encouragemostinterestintheorganizations&takemoreinitiativeintowheremoneyis109.beingspentbecauseitisourresponsibility110. 111.Motiontoadjourn112.Second113. 114.Meetingadjournedat6:55 '-

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 26th Meeting 20 April 1999www.oswego.edu/ -studenta AGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410I.Call to OrderII.Roll CallIII.ApprovalofAgendaIV.Finance Committee ReportV.General Orders A. Legislation Pending 1. SLE.34.48B.DiscussionofUnfinished BusinessVI.Public Comment and AnnouncementsVII.Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Session 26th Meeting20April 1999(315)341-3601 Fax(315)34]-5410Minutes1.The meeting was called to order at 7:00 with 17 senators present2.Absent Senators: Lopez. Heptig, Johnson, Otto, Allers, McCabe3.Approval of the agenda4.5.Recommendations of the Finance Committee6.Meirowich: Weren't there 42 appeals originally?7.Reister:This listcamestraight out of the appeals book8.Jakes-Johnson:Norecommendation for two appeals9.Reister: Senate Finance Committee felt thatsuchgreat numbers should be decision of Senate10.Jakes-Johnson:Ifappeals aren't spent where do they go?11.Casey: Money is specified tosomewhere.12.Pt.of Oarification: Reister:Anincome line meansifwe giveyoua certain amount ofmoney,wegiveit13.toyouwiththeideathatyouwillpayitback14.15.Legislation Pending: BilI.SLE34.4816.Sponsored by the body17.Reister: Motiontoadopt recommendations of Senate Finance Committee18.Objection19.Reister: Hopestoat leastkeeprecommendationsinmind&to stay professional20.Motiontovote by role call (2JS vote)21.11Y8N1A22.Motion Fails23.24.Pt.of information:Why213needed?25.Cheeks:Inaccordancewiththe rulebook26.Jakes-Johnson: Motion to adopt senate Finance Committee Recommendations?27.Objection28.Voteonobjection29.Objection fails30.31.Jakes-Johnson: This motion is no toenddiscussion. justtoadopt recommendation. They can still32.be changed.Yield.33.Reister: Reiterate Jakes-Johnsons point, getallof these adopted, recommend quick passage34.Storch: Maybe this isn't the greatest thing,inorder to ensurethateveryone is heardandBill is35.passed only with full consideration36.Casey: See both points, easier to adopt firstandthenamend.37.Toso: Easier to work with one budget thattwo.The senate FinanceCOmmitteedid alotof38.research to support these proposals. Consider adoption.39.Call to question4O.16Y4NOA

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."" 55.Motionpasses56.Recommendations adoptedtobudget 57. 58.Motiontoadd$500.00toAccount883.$250.00toAccount 878and$250.00toAccount877from59.remainingappealsfund.60.Second61.Meirowich:OCAeffectsmanystudentsandcanpreventmayproblemsevenfor students on-62.campusinthe future.Needthefunds.63.Storch:OCAserves thousands of studentsmorethan the number of on-campus students64.Jakes-Johnson:Lookatpastperformance,constantly spent moneyfromother accounts65.Benjamin:Theirownsacrifice,theyshouldhavehadanincreaseinfundsfromthebeginning.66.Pleaseconsider recommendation67.Reister:AgreewithBenjamin.Thisperformanceisnotarecordofallbehavior.Recommend68.change of budgettogothrough.69.Silverman:Forupgradeofoffice.theyhavecametoSenatetwoprevioustimes,theyused70.moneyfromotheraccountsastheirownsacrifice.71.Zarecki:Don'tholdorganizationresponsible for political decision72.Calltoquestion73.Second74.MotiontoRoleCall75.Second76.MotiontoamendOCAaccounts77.18Y1NOA78.Motionpasses79.80.point of information:Willvotesbeheldfor Senatorswhoneedtostep out81.Cheeks:Haven'tbeenholding since beginning,sono.82. 83.Motiontoadd$300to #474 and$300to#475.84.Second85.Storch:Manyparticipants.Alternativestodrinkingwhichisalwaysaconcern.Puttogooduse.86.Yield.87.Tosa:Nota suppliesaccount,theyhadquiteanicecushionfromlast yearwhichiswhyitwas88.unchanged89.Reister:giveinfofor these accountsinquestion90.#474 $25,000 given, $13,000 spent91.#475 $9,000 given, $5500-6000spent92.Reister:Tocasey:Inyouropinionispayrollaregularamountof outflow? 93.Casey:Dependsonorganization,butoverallyes.94.Reister:WithregardtospeakerfromIRSAwith wor1< studystudentskeepinmindthesedetails.95.Votetoknowlossofstudentservices.96.Jakes-Johnson:Withthispastinfo,thisamountofmoneyseemssufficient to cover theirfunds.97.Silverman:Keepinmind,thisorg.took large cutinbUdget$500cut.Tooka guesswhenincome98.linewastakenoutinthepast.99.Casey:Explanationsof$500cuttooka guesswhenincomelinewastakenoutinthepast.100.Benjamin:Leftovermoney,prizesandsuchinthepast.Needtotalktofinancial aid, notSA.101 .Davis:Contractfinancialaidofficetorecruitworkstudystudents.Yield.102.Calltoquestion103.Yield104.MotiontoamendIRSAaccounts105.5Y15N1A106.Motionfails107.Storch:Yield108.

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109.Motion to transfer $500 from appeals to #604.110.Jakes-Johnson: Additional $500 towrapBroadcast opts. Talking about organization equipment111.willneed to be replaced. Yield floor to Kate fromwrap:Many things need to be fixed and replaced112.ASAP.Yieldto Jakes-Johnson: further reiterate thatifanything breaks wewillbeintrouble.113.Reister:Itis my belief thatwrapcan come with Bill&have strong support of the Senateifworkis114.indeed neededinthe future. Other organizations may not be able to survive without these funds.115.Storch: Things needtobefixed now Important things for a communication school to have.116.Toso:Dohave much power&sway will be abletoget money. But thingswillbefiXedfaster&more117.efficiently. If the money is given now. Suggest to pass amendment.118.Miller: Look at what we are dealing with. Many other organization appearance not that important.119.Call to question120.Second121.Additional $500 to #604 Broadcast Opts.122.8Y12N1A123.Motion fails.124.Jakes-Johnson: Yield125.126.Motion to recess for15minutes127.Second128.21YONOA129.Motion passes.130. 131.Motion to transfer funds: $160 to #558132.$450to #560 133.$300 to #567 back to appeals fund.134.Second135.Speaking with Casey:Howmoney was usedinthe pastinthese accounts. Still getting more than they136.spent.137.Point of information: Total after amendments $910.138.Casey: amounts know to date139.Reister: Advise not to do this, the fiscal year goes through the end ofJUly.Money140.Benjamin: Echo Reister, money will be spent141.Point of information: Work endsinMay,butsupplies are purchased at the end of the year142.Call to question143.Second144.15Y 13NOA145.Motion fails146.Meirowich:Yield147.148.Motion to amend from DUCO $450 take $200 to put back into appeals149.Second150.Toso: Reasoning non-SA organizationSAorg's start at $250 for Tier 2 Organization (unfair hat151.non-SA get more than SA org.152.Reister: Representative said copies for $250 was most urgent. Don't see problem with change153.Jakes-Johnson: Echo others: encourage to vote non-SA154.Calltoquestion155.Second156.17YON2A157.Motion passes158.Toso: Yield.159. 160.Motion for $300 from Appeals to the CSA Dinner.161.Second162.Miller: CSA is great organization brings together many cultures. Urge passageandurge for

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163.Senators to participate in event. Yield164.Call to question165.Second166.12Y6N1A167.Motion passes168.Miller: Yield169.170.Motion to place $250in #604 Broadcast Opts.171.Second172.Buddie: Equipment s needed. Working right now, but upgrades are needed.173.174.Point of information: Kolb. Tell meif$250 is enough to accomplish anything.175.Reister: Any other organization would deserve so much more. Close to superficial motion.176.Caution senators to vote down.177.Jakes--Johnson: Can't expect next years Senators will pass bill for these organjzations. We don't178.even know who representatives are.179.Storch: Media groups very important. Urge to pass.180.Benjamin: Will be passes next year, urge not to pass motion.181.Vote of motion182.6Y12N1A183.184.Buddie: Yield floor to Dana for information on security door.185.Dana: Trying to cut down costs for ADT door, but old system will no longer work. Not wanted ,186.simply needed.187.Buddie: Agree with Dana, urge to pass188.Motiontotransfer $350 to #538 ,___ 189.$1000 from #947 190.$1000 from #948 191. $ 1500 from Dirt Day #780 192.Reister: The 948 and 947 in question. Are these this year or next years accounts?193.Storch: Next years194.Objection195.11Y4N4A196.Objection passes197.Storch: Appalling on behalfofthe Health & Safety Commission that no discussion for this motion.198.Student's safety is at stake here.199.Reister: If youstarttaking money from Accounts #947 and #948 in black, we willbeinbig trouble.200.Encourage to find money elsewhere.201. Silverman: Proven you cannot keep #947 and #948inblack. we are causes further complications202.203.Motion to move $600inappealstoaccount #947204.Objection205.13Y5N2A206.Objection passes207.Jakes-Johnson: Yield208.209.Motion to amend Oswegonian.210.$50 reduction from #558211.$200 reduction from1560212.$400 reduction from #567213.Transfer to account #538 Campus media group.214.Second215.Jakes-Johnson: Urge to vote amendment down. Taking money from Oswegonian could cripple216.ability to produce paper. Yield.

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217.Benjamin:Attemptingtoraise money forADTsystemwhicheveryoneofmedia groups will benefit218.from.219.Davis:Wouldn'tbeenoughto purchase thisADTsystemwithout clear knowledgeofpayment220.plan.221.Jakes-Johnson:WhatisthesenseinpassingthismotionIfwestillhavemoneylacking?222.Calltoquestion223.4Y13N2A224.Motionfails225. 226.Motionfor 5minuterecess227.Objection228.5Y10NOA229.Objection fails230.Motion passes231.Rhome:Yield232.NominateV-PProtemp:Toso233.Second234.TosoProtempfor remainderofmeeting.235. 236.Motiontolowerquarumto12 Senators237.Second238.Callto question239.15Y1NOA240.Motion passes241. 242.Motiontotransfer fundsof$1000from#771to#538Lockcontract.243.Second244.Storch:#771(Executive lawsuits) is there justincaseofemergency.Won't hurt toobadtotake245.funds.Urgetopass246.Jakes-Johnson:Concernover takingmoneyfromsuchaccounts, can't predict future events.247.Toso: Thisisanecessity,Moneymustcomefromsomewhere248.Casey:Thismoneyhasn't been usedintwoyears.249.Pointof information:TotalamountofADTsystem250.Point of clarification:approx.$4700.00251.Calltoquestion252.Second253.13Y2NOA254.Motionpasses255.Storch:Yield256. 257.PointofinformatIon:Canmoneyfromlockcontractbetakenfromfundbalance?258.Casey:Unsure,fundbalance doesn't haveanaccountnumber.Spendindirectly throughred259.account.260. 261.Motiontomove $1000from#948to#538262.Second263.Smith:Beneficial for Senatetotake $1000nowto prevent taking $2500-$3000Infall.Yield264.Jakes-Johnson:CautionSenators thatweare spending outofnext yearsfunds.265.Storch: #948 isfrocapitalimprovements.ThislockISacapitalimprovement.Yield.266.Silverman:Billwillcomeupnextyear,anditwillendupbeingpaidinthefuture.267.Benjamin:Yieldto speaker:AnyunusedfundswillbereturnedtoSenate.YieldtoBenjamin:Yield268.Kolb:Highpriority.Urgequickpassage.Yield269.Naughton:Worthittotakemoneyfrom#498.Urgetopass.270.Wilkinson:Agree with cause,don't agreewithfundsbetakenfrom#948.

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-271.Callto question272.Second273.12Y3N1A274.Motion tomove$100from#938 to #538 passes.275.Smith:YieldtoBenjamin276.Motion tomove$600inappeals to #538. 277.Second278.YieldfloortoSmith:Smith:Yield279.Pointof clarification:Canyoupossibly takemoneyfromfUndbalance?280.Sharfernberger: Shouldn't touch this money281.Friendly amendment: Take $1500fromthe fund balance to account 1538. 282.Pointof information:Whyextra$200.283.Point of clarification: $450fromallorganizations284.Benjamin:Rejectfriendly amendment285.Sharfernberger: director doesn'tknowhowtoproceed.Suggest that a fund balance motion286.does not proceed.Yield.287.Casey:Auditors previouslywerenot happywithcurrent fund's account. Takeintoconsideration288.Silverman:CaseyhasbeenDirector forlongtime,andthis has neverbeendoneinpast for289.areason.290.Jakes-Johnson:15% ShortpreViouslynot righttotakemoney.291.Toso:Votingfor this bill couldbestarting a verybadprecedent.292.Davis:Yield293.Callto question294.Second295.2Y11N2A296.Motionfails297.Benjamin:Yield298. 299.Motion to take$600fromAppeals to 1538 300.Second301.Storch: Safetyshouldbefirst concern for everyone.302.Jakes-Johnson:AgreewithStorch.Safetyshouldbefirst concern.303.Callto question304.Second305.13Y1NA306.Motionpasses.307.Storch:Yield308. 309.MotiontocalltoquestionBiIl.48310.Objection311. 312.Motiontotransfer$500fromLARCto #538313.Second314.Wilson:Yield315.Jakes-Johnson:Non-SAOrganization.Havetomake cutsfromsomewhere.Urgesupport.316.Calltoquestion317.Second318.PassesUnanimously319.Wilson:Yield320.321.Motiontotransfer $500from#774 to#538.322.Second323.Jakes-Johnson: Non-SA organization.SAGroupneedfunds.324.Davis:Urgetovoteno.Taking$500froma concert orsomethingelseWouldbe less detrimental

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'325.Buddie: Essential: Urge to pass.326.Zarecki: Money can come from elsewhere. SAPS took cuts & other organizations must.327.Silverman: SA groups take precedence328.Storch: SA pays for SA groups first329.Wilkinson: Agree with #538 account, but ALANAisnot the right place to take funds from.330.Call to question331.Second332.8Y7NOA333.Motion passes334.Jakes-Johnson: Yield335.Point of information: How much more is needed?336.Point of clarification: $110.337. 338.Motion to add income linetoCSA to transfer $100to#538.339.Second340.Storch: Many groups that are growing have income lines This would be a 2% income line,ifan341.organization wantstoprove themselVes, an income lineishow to getit.342.Wilson: Yield343.Benjamin: ALANA has100/0of actual dinner, not allocation. SAPS charges, makes sense for344.income line. An income line for CSA is not logical dinnerdoesnot make money. The majorityof345.organizations do not have an income line. Yield346.Jakes-Johnson: Meeting groups can come up with $100, urgetovote down.347.Naughton: This income line could hurt organization. Urge to vote down.348.Kolb: This organization does not need this additional money. Yield349.Davis: This money is always coming from ALANA, LARC, DUCO, etc. Unfalr to these org's350.Friendly Amendment: Motion to take $100 from HUSAC #895 to #538. 351. Storch:Youcan't argue with group HUBAC voluntarily donating money to security352.Jakes-Johnson: Media grouphasstated that they don't need the money, Urge to vote down.353.Kolb: Give floor to media groups: Speaker: The senate members have been so gracious in354.finding us $3500 in funding for this system,theadditional $110 can be found throughout the groups.355.YieldtoKolb. Kolb : Yield.356.Calltoquestion Bill 48.357.Second358.Point of information: Will Senatorsgeta finaliZed version.359.Point of clarification:Yes,we will seetothat.360.12Y 4NOA361.Vote on BiII.48 passes.362.363.Unfinished eysjness 364.None365.366.pyblicComments&Announcements367.Need entrees for the Best Body Contest. Females especially368.Felix: Upon my graduation, I wishforSenatorstoget more involved in organizations in the369.future. I feel minority groups have been beatenupin the pastduetoSenators lack of know ledge370.concerning such organizations.371.Toso: Thank everyonefordoing such agoodjob tonight.372.Jakes-Johnson: Groups should be making moreofan effort to contact Senatorsaswell. Two373.sided issue.374.Cheeks: Congrats to Senators for doing so well on the budget.375. 376.MotiontoAdjourn377.Second378.Meeting adjourned at 10:30 pm.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 HewittUnion Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999I.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgendawww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410V. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Brian Fragola, Candidate for DirectorofFinance Saleem Cheeks, Vice President ,.... Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance VI. NYPIRG Report VII. Committee Reports VIII. Special Orders A. SLE.34.52IX.General Orders A. Legislation Pending1.SLE.34.51B.DiscussionofUnfinished BusinessX.NewBusiness A. New Legislation1.RES.34.158. RES.34.22 2.RES.34.169. RES.34.23 3. RES.34.17 10. RES.34.244.RES.34.18 11. RES.24.255.RES.34.196.RES.34.207.RES.34.21B.DiscussionofNewBusiness 1. Joe Storch, Johnson Hall Senator "-XI.Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999 www.oswego.edu/-studenta Minutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.21. 22.23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.31.32.33.34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.41.42. 43. The meeting was called to order at 6:09 with18senators present Resolution17was stricken from the agenda Minutes objected by Reister: line55account #947 should read -$11, 585.69 Presidents : (Given by Cheeks) Cheeks: the priceofbill51dropped $1,000 to $4500 YicePresidents Report: I urge everyone to sign up for Waterbury Walk-aThon, we could walk together for the Student Association. Sat. May 1st is the Backyard Jam and Sun. May 2nd is the Old School Jam. Cheeks: We need to backtrack and confirm Silvermans appointments. Reister: Motion to approve Finance &.port: Account #947 $-11, 585.69 Account #948 $-2,705.00 There is a mistake in calculations for bill 52, there is an increaseof$12.50 NYPIRG' No one to report Committee Reports: Health&Safety: The copy of the safety report is available Cheeks: Bill 52 amendment to 48, lets vote 23YONoOAOld Business: Cheeks: Bill51Buddie: Waive reading Storch: Matt andIhave worked hard on this bill. The $ isnt too much. I talked to several Upperclassmen for input. Lets take student needs into account. Davis: Good idea Toso: Good idea many people will benefit. The way it is being gone about isnt the best.Itshouldbeput on the internet, wouldbecheaper and more efficient. Jakes-Johnson:Iagree with Toso, we are in a negative $ status, this needs to be done for less.Icant support $4500. Storch: We have a SA page that gets 1 hit a month.Ifput on paperitcouldbeshared. Also we Would have to pay someone to put this on the web, paper copiesarecheaper. Not everyone uses web. Reister: Yield to speak Vote by role callllY7N 4A Bill passes

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-44. 45. 46. 47. 48.49.50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62.63.64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70.71.72.73. 74.75. 76. 77. 78. 79.80. 81. 82. 83.84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93.94.95. 96. 97. 98.99.100. New Business: Cheeks: Resolution15.Thank youtoeveryone who helped with the election, did good job. Meirowitch: Elections were run poorly. A res. About a poor job is ridiculous. Reister: Call to?Second 15YIN5A passes Cheeks: Res.16Condemnationofschool massacre at Columbine High. Momentofsilence. Storch: This is nice, but we should include a letter to state senators about gun control. Davis: Res. Isgood,it says a lot about those who put itin.Jakes-Johnson: Motion to pass Cheeks: Reminder res.17is withdrawn. Res.18thanks to Toso: Objection, what about momentofsilence? Cheeks: Back to res.18thankstoKristen Benjamin for her service. Meirowitch: Motion to pass Cheeks: Res.19ThankstoJay Lopez for his service. Kostran: All senators shouldbecommended Storch: Objection, strike lines23and 24.Hedoesnt deserve emeritus. Toso: Call to ? Second11Y 5N 5A (lines23&24 stricken) Meirowitch: Yield 18YIN2A passes Cheeks: Thanks to senior senators for making timeinschedules. Res. 22 Improving campus Communication, students do not know whats goingon.We should have all students added to Campus life listserv, submitted by Storch. Allers: Sponsor, there isnoproblem with this, students need to know whats going on. Toso: This is called spamming, its illegal, it needs to be amended. Storch: What I know is, if you supplyanaccount, you can send things out to subscribers. I just want to give campus the idea. Reister: yield Jakes-Johnson: Motion to amend line28removing to adding, from to to line 24 get ridofRemoval Kostran: Second Jakes-Johnson: Good idea. It lets students knowwhats happening. Storch: Not many people knowofthis service, it is a good way for people to find out what is goingonMeirowitch: Commend Joe for being the first to step up and do something about this problem. Allers: All that this res. does is let campus life know what we are thinking. Toso: Res. should notbewithdrawn, but if this is illegal we shouldnt support it. Dr. Scharfenburger:Ifyou have concern have thecom. dept. work with you 2Y 9nlOAAmendment fails Reister: Motiontotable Cheeks: Those for tabling the amendmentlOY9N2AMotion passes Cheeks: res.23Thanks to Jamie Fiacco for her service. Buddie: Objection Cheeks: Sponsors (Toso,Reister, Kostran, Jakes-Johnson) Reister: Yield Toso: Yield Kostran: Yield Jakes-Johnson: She did good, why cant we all sponsor? Buddie:I want to give her emeritus status. Make a new line, Itllbe23. Cheeks: I favor

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101. 18YON2A 102. Passes 103. Cheeks: Res. 24 Thanks to Brian Donovan for service 104. Buddie: Sponsorbybody105. Passes 106. Cheeks: Res.25Thanks Molly Casey for her service. 107. Buddie: Sponsorbybody108. Storch: mollyisfair and doesnt have a personal agenda 109. Jakes-Johnson: Thanks Molly 110. Reister: Motion to pass by clapping thing, great job 111. Allers: Y oure the bomb 112. Buddie: Thanks for making me feel at home 113. Toso: Thanks 114. Storch: Pass by standing acclimation 115. Cheeks: Discussionofnew business 116. Storch: When my amendment comes up I will friendly it 117. Silverman: Thanks for passing the bill about the faculty guides also thank you senators, especially 118. Those of you outgoing 119. Cheeks: Any announcements? 120. Meirowitch: Thanks Storch and congratstothesenate on a good year 121. Buddie: Everyone leaving good luck 122. Casey: Thank you everyone 123. Reister: I wish everyone good luck 124. Benjamin:1mglad to see you all here, I know there are ones who are vocal keep it up

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 34th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 5 May 1998www.oswego.edul-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Special Orders Student Association Bill [SLE.34.1] Transfer Within Crew WHEREAS,the weather here in lovely Oswego is not the most conducive to outdoor activities mostofthe year, andWHEREAS,the Oswego Crew Team is in desperate needofequipment with which to conduct dry land practices during the off-season, andWHEREAS,the team's docks are in needofrepairs and upgradesifthey are to remain useable by the team and within stateregulations, andWHEREAS,the team already has the money,it'sjust not in the right accounts,THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED,by the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following transfers be authorized in order to make the necessary purchases;1)The amountof$505.65 from account 516 (Transportation) to account 515 (Equipment). 2) The amountof$1390.05 from account 513 (Maintenance) to account 515 (Equipment). 3) The amountof$1768.70 from account 514 (Race Registration) to account 515 (Equipment). Submitted by: Sam T.g. Reister, Crew Team Treasurer Sponsored by: Amanda Friedl, Gloria Toso-SENATE ACTION Passed11YINlADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 7 May 1998

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCKATKON-:-----:__:www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting15September 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.34.2] PurchaseofTBe(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-WHEREAS,WTOP is a major media source for the SUNY Oswego Community; andWHEREAS,WTOP is oneofthe largest Student Association organizations; andWHEREAS,the cost for mostofthe items we budgeted for in our Three-Year Plan lessened considerably; andWHEREAS,we need a pieceofequipment called a TBC to ensure that our new equipment will run efficiently; andWHEREAS,WTOP would require no extra funds by taking the $1,355 outofaccount #616;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe Oswego State University that WTOP be allowed to use Acct. #616 (Three-Year Plan) to purchase 1 DPS TBC-IV at $1,355. SUBMITTED BY: Kate Falanga, General ManagerofWTOPSPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Amanda Friedl, Unisa Barrie-SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT23September 1998 Date Signed by pfesident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION" OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting15September 1998www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 "......... Student Association Bill [SLE.34.3] Funds for Gospel Choir Fall Concert WHEREAS,the Gospel Choir is recognized as a group supported by the Student Association (SA), whose goals are to promote and provide entertainment on campus and other surroundings; andWHEREAS,the Gospel Choir is a group financed by SA; andWHEREAS,the Gospel Choir is having their annual Fall Retreat Concert and will need additional funding for this concert; andWHEREAS,the funds in the concert budget will be used for the spring concert, butifnot allocated total funds requestedinthis bill, we will either have to use the spring concert's money and come back to senate or not have a concert for the spring at all;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1550 betransferred from Acct. #947 to Acct. #641 for their Fall Retreat Concert with the following breakdownoffunds: Lighting and Sound Reception for Guest T-Shirts Mass Marketing Total $800.00 400.00 250.00 100.00 $1550.00 SUBMITTED BY: Gospel Choir SPONSORED BY: Tasheema Braxton, Unisa Barrie, Kristen Benjamin, Andrew Otto, Nikolaus Johnson, SENATE ACTION Passed 17YINOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 23 September 1998 Date Signed by President

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0.STUDENT ASSOCKATKON -OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting 22 September 1998(315)341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410SpecialOrdersStudentAssociation Bill [SLE.34.4] Change inTier2 Appeals' DateWHEREAS,Bill #5 from the 33rd legislative session outlines the processofTier 2 budgeting;WHEREAS,the process would not allow the organizations to access their allocated funds until the second week in October;WHEREAS,the 1998 Budget Council wantedtospeed up the process so the organizations could get underway;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the 1998-99 Tier 2 funding be such that the budget bill and appeals be presented to the Senate on September 22. SUBMITTED BY: Finance Department SPONSORED BY: General Consent SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 23 September 1998 "'-

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STUDENTASSOCliATliON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting 22 September 1998www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-Student Association Bill [SLE.34.5] Annual Tier 2 Funding Disbursement WHEREAS,the 1998 Budget Council allocated $25,000 for Tier 2 organizations this year; andWHEREAS,the Finance Department suggests an allocation which is equal to the $25,000 for this purpose; andWHEREAS,due to the restricted budget, we could not satisfy every organization's needs;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the following allocations be approved from the Tier 2 Program Fund: CHOICES Anthropology Club Tae Kwon Do NTSU Jiu Jitsu Club Psychology Club Outing Club Newman Club Great Lake Review Expressions Karate Okinowan Goju Ryu Equestrian Team International FellowshipMen'sClub Volleyball Club Karate Kemp Jutsu Karate Storyteller's Guild Theodoru Jiu Jitsu Club SEED History Club $350 375 1400 1600 560 400 2700 525 2700175900 2700 400 1500 600 360 350 900 450

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SLE.34.5 Page 2 Phi Beta Lambda Pagan Student Association American Marketing Association Del Sarte Dance Club Society for Human Resource Management French Club Sailing Club Geology Club Coalition for Peace Education (COPE) Chemistry ClubTOTAL500 400 350 1600 350 300 830 450 350 925$25,000BEITFURTHERENACTED that Storyteller's Guild be granted $540, Volleyball Club be granted $600, and Psychology Club be granted $335tobe taken from Acct. #947.BEITFINALLYENACTEDthat any moneys not expressly used for the purposeinthe appeals is to be returned to Acct. #947. Date SignedbyPresident SENATE ACTION Passed 22YON2A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 October 1998 SUBMITTED BY: Molly Casey, SA DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: The Body SUBMITfED BY:

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON,.... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting 22 September 1998www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.34.6] Additional Funds for Volleyball ClubWHEREAS,the Volleyball Club benefits the Oswego State student body and the surrounding community; andWHEREAS,last year, there was no budget available to the Volleyball Club; andWHEREAS,the Volleyball Club is requesting a capital purchaseoftwo net systems, ground floor sleeves, transport carts and the appropriate shipping; andWHEREAS,the initial costofthe requested equipment is $4,629; andWHEREAS,by purchasing two systems the cost is reduced to $3,705; andWHEREAS,this capital reduction would not be offeredifonly one net system were to be purchased;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $3,705 be transferred from Acct. #948 to Acct. #985 to cover expensesofthe capital purchase with the following breakdownoffunds: Two Net Systems One Ground SleevelFloor plate pack Two Net System Carts Shipping on allofthe aboveTOTAL$2,774155476 300$3,705SUBMITIED BY: Volleyball Club SPONORED BY: Amanda Friedl, Sam Reister, Chuck Romer, Ben Jakes-Johnson SENATE ACTION Passedl3Y9N 2A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 October 1998

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202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCIATION""""_O_S_W_E_G_O_S_T_A_T_E_U_N_IV_E_R_S_I_T_Y.u www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting 22 September 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.34.7] Funding for Legislature Typists WHEREAS,last year's typist only finished putting about 50 percentofour past legislation on disk; andWHEREAS,there currently is only one existing copyofall previous legislation; andWHEREAS,in the caseofloss, damage, fire, or theft, our Student Association would be in serious jeopardyofpermanently losing these records without any means of ever again reproducing them; andWHEREAS,the existing recordsofour past legislative sessions that we have are not indexed, thus creating an almost impossible task when attemptingtoresearch bills;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1000 be transferred from Acct. #947 to an account to be created to pay typists minimum wage to type and save the remaining past legislation to disks.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat all typists be computer literate and demonstrate by test that they can type at least 45 words per minute and that the Executive Assistanttothe Vice President will conduct periodic progress check-ups on all typists.BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat a spring internship be established to organize and create a database for the legislation.BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat any funds left in this account return to Acct. #947 with the completionofthe typing. SUBMITTED BY: Matt Silverman, SA Vice President SPONSORED BY: The Body ..1'" SENATE ACTION Passed 20Y 2N2ADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 October 1998 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.34.8] Funds for Resume Lab Upgrade and Free Resume Printing ServiceStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 4th Meeting 29 September 1998WHEREAS,the Career Services Office provides directjobsearch assistance for over 1500 graduating seniors and graduate students each year; andWHEREAS,a totalofover 55,000 service contacts were made last year; andWHEREAS,in 1997-98 alone, over 900 students inallclass years developed their resume utilizing the Macintosh resume lab available at Career Services and were assisted by peer assistants and professional staff; and ... WHEREAS,the current lab includes older machines not capableofrunning the newest software and costs for the lab are provided through special fees; andWHEREAS,it is the goalofthe Career Services Office to assist students in the productionofthe highest qualityjobsearch documents (resume and cover letters) possible at no cost to the student; andWHEREAS,Career Services is proposing that an improved resume labbedeveloped utilizing updated equipment (computers and laser printer) for the useofOswego State University students; andWHEREAS,this proposal includes provisions for providing free printingofresume (up to a predetermined number) onto high quality resume-grade paper; andWHEREAS,the Student Association would provide start-up funding for the purchaseofequipment and needed supplies; andWHEREAS,Career Services will provide assistance and instruction to students using this equipment and staff operationofthe lab; andWHEREAS,this would include upkeepofthe equipment, replenishingofsupplies and supervising student use; andWHEREAS,Career Services would also designate the Resume Lab as aSAsponsored resource by meansofappropriate signs in the facility and their heavily used Webpage;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Student Association grant Career Services $6973.30 for funding for equipment for an improved resume lab and supplies to keep the lab functioning for the next three years with the following breakdownoffunds:

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.-... 3 Power Macintosh G3-233 Mhz (All-in-one) $4497.00 1 Laser Printer 8500 1791.00 2 Laser Writer 8500 500-SheetLedgerlA3466.00 Cassette and Feeder No.M5894G/A1 Additional Toner Cartridge 171.00 (14,000 copies per) No.M5893G/A6 Reams High Quality Resume Paper48.30TOTAL FUNDING PROPOSAL$6973.30SUBMITIEDBY: Keith Heptig, Off-Campus Senator SENATE ACTION Failed 1Y 22N2A

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Bill [SLE.34.9] Funds for Hockey Club STUDENTASSOCIATION-:-----: __:www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 4th Meeting 29 September 1998(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410$1800 50 300$2150WHEREAS,the Oswego State Hockey Club is a Tier 1 organization with the Student Association; andWHEREAS,the Hockey Club invitesallstudents to participate and recently held a meeting on the 22ndofSeptember at which thirty-eight (38) members were present and more are expected at the fIrst practice; andWHEREAS,the Hockey Club is an organized and competitive team which has a certified coach who has donated his personal time for instruction; andWHEREAS,the Hockey Club has reached our for corporate sponsorship such as Lysander Ice Arena and possibly River's End Bookstore and Mckie Sports in Syracuse; andWHEREAS,the Hockey Club has seen females showing interest in playing, has supported the women since the start three years ago, and supports the fact that they want to bring back a women's team; andWHEREAS,the Hockey Club is a partially self-funded organization that requires members to pay dues for such necessities as jerseys and socks;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $2150 be transferred from Acct. #947 to Acct. #966 with the following breakdownoffunds: Twelve (12) home games with two referees per game@$75.00 per referee Equipment (pucks) LealWeFees TOTALSUBMITTED BY: Roman Kwarta, TreasureroftheHockey Club SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Chuck Romer, Dan Glaser, Kristen Benjamin, Casey Morgan, Gloria Toso, Amanda iedl SENATE ACTION Passed 18Y 8NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 7 October 1998

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 4th Meeting 29 September 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.34.10] Funds for Alpha Phi Alpha's Cool Out WHEREAS,here on the campusofOswego State University, the brothersofAlpha Phi Alpha strive to uphold our commitment through effective programming; and202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY www.oswego.edu/-studenta WHEREAS,the Cool Out is a successful program the chapter has been running since Fallof1995; andWHEREAS,it features an ultimate showcaseofdiverse talents. Moreover, the Cool Outs have been an excellent outlet for students to convey their talents and culture by meansofpoetry, song, music and so forth; andWHEREAS,at the same time the program brings the Oswego community together as a whole, promoting unity; andWHEREAS,Alpha Phi Alpha would like to thank the Senate for taking time to consider our proposal;THEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $500 be transferred from Acct. #947 to an account to be created for financial assistance for Alpha Phi Alpha's Cool Out to be held October9,1998 with the following breakdownoffunds: Building Manager $12.00lhour Hewitt: one building manager, 8:00 10:00pm $24.00* Swetman: two building managers, lO:00pm -3:00am 120.00* Technician $10.00lhour, 8:00 10:00pm 20.00* SAPB staging use fee, four pieces@$6.00/piece24.00Inspection fee for stagingifraised andifnot set by custodians 25.00 Curtain use fee20.00Electrical Services 100.00* Swetman reset/clean-up feeifnot to satisfactionof50.00building coordinator (non-overtime rate) Main Level reset/clean-up feeifnot to satisfactionof300.00 Auxiliary Services (overtime rate) Amount will changeiftime changes. Additional charges for additional services/equipment.-

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SLE.34.1O Page 2BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat any extra funds be returned to Acct. #947. SUBMITfED BY:EliGarcia SPONSORED BY: Nikolaus Johnson, Sam Reister, Jay Lopez, Paul Hornick, Unisa Barrie, Casey MorganSENAlEACTION Passed 23Y 2NOADATEPRESENlEDTO PRESIDENT 7 October 1998 /010/91:

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.eduj-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 4th Meeting 29 September 1998StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.34.11]FundsforCSA Dinner(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410WHEREAS,the Caribbean Student Association has been a great avenue for bringing diversity to the Oswego CollegeCommunity; andWHEREAS,the Caribbean Student Association has been educating the campus on the cultureofthe many countries, islands, and territories that make up the Caribbean; andWHEREAS,the Caribbean Student Association is open toallstudents who wish to learn more about the many different cultures, religion and historyofthe Caribbean; andWHEREAS,the Caribbean Student is asking for $3,500 to sponsor our first Annual Dinner which will be held on October 10, 1998;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Caribbean Student Association is granted $1930 for their first Annual Dinner with the following breakdownoffunds: CostofDinner SpeakerTOTAL$1,900.00 30.00$1930.00SUBMITTED BY: Caribbean Student Association SPONSORED BY: Andrew Otto, Kristen Benjamin, Nikolaus Johnson, Unisa Barrie, Patrick Fiden SENATE ACTION Passed 24YINOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 7 October 1998

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 6th Meeting 13 October 1998(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.34.12] Funds for MetaVHardcore Interest Group WHEREAS,the MetallHardcore Interest GroupofOswego State University supports Hardcore music and diversity into the Hardcore scene; andWHEREAS,the MetallHardcore Interest Group has been a Student Association Organization in the past and is in the processofhaving a constitution approved to become a Tier 1 organization; andWHEREAS,the Oswego State University and the Student Association advocate diversity; andWHEREAS,hardcore music supports diversity and individuality as well as a healthy lifestyle;andWHEREAS,the student body, through petition, has expressed interest in bringing Hardcore music to the Oswego State campus; andWHEREAS,the local band, DeathbyVirtue, is willing to play for free in order to limit spending; andWHEREAS,the Oswego State student run newspaper, theOswegonian,is willing to donate room in their paper to advertise for the show and to help limit spending; andWHEREAS,the Oswego State student run radio station,WNYO,is willing to donate air time to advertise the show and help limit spending;WHEREAS,the setup and cleanupofthe facilities at the Sunset room and lobby area willbehandledbythe MHIGofOswego Stateinorder to help limit costs; andWHEREAS,theMHIGwill assume responsibilityofsupplying securitylbouncers for the showinorder to further help limit costs;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the sumof$1400beallocated from Acct. #947 to the SAPB concert Acct. #776 for the express useofthe MetallHardcore group to have a hardcore show with the following breakdownoffunds: Band (Mad Circle) paymentBand(At Odds) payment$150150Max tobepaid$250 250

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SLE.34.12 Band (Neck) payment Band (Inhuman) payment Band (dayinthelife ... )payment Sunset reservation fee PA system TOTAL150200 25080 220$1200250 300350Page 2BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat any money not used will be returned to Acet. #947. SUBMmnEDBY:BrianFerry SPONSORED BY: Valerie Ruppert, Gloria Toso, Joe Storch, Sam Reister-SENATE ACTION Passed 19Y 2N3ADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 27 October 1998

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STUDENT ASOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 6th Meeting13October 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.34.13] Transfer Within OCA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410$850750100 1200$2900WHEREAS,with the passageofSLE.33.56, the Senate consented to the planofthe creationofthe OCA computer information system, and office renovation project; andWHEREAS,in order to continue and finally complete the project, a transfer is deemed necessary for the fmalizationofthe plan; andWHEREAS,thisplan would allow a large scale project to continue without straining the Student Association budget; andWHEREAS,the equipment is deemed necessary so that theOffCampus Association can properly address student needs and concerns in a timely fashion;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $2900betransferred from the followingOCAaccountstoaccount #884 for the purposeofpurchasing new office equipment: Acct. #877 Acct. #878 Acct.#880Acct.#882TOTALSUBMITTED BY: Jack-Lynn Corcoran,OCAGraduate AssistantSPONSOREDBY: Jay Lopez, Casey Morgan, Unisa BarrieSENATEACTION Failed9YION7A-

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STUDENTASSOCXATXON (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 6th Meeting13October 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.34.14] Funds for WNYO Summer Employees WHEREAS,WNYO is oneofthe largest Student Association organizations; andWHEREAS,in WNYO's 1997-1998's budget, the Stipends Account (#595) was decreased by $1666, which would have covered three employees pay for Juneof1998; andWHEREAS,The SA Executive Boardofthe summerof1998 was generous enough to distribute excess funds in the total amountof$429.99 to the hardworking students in June; andWHEREAS,WNYO would like to distribute to each individual the balance due to them after subtracting the $143.33 ($429.99 divided by three) each individual has already received; andWHEREAS,this would set WNYO's budget back to normal for when further budgets are created;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1236.01 be transferred from Acct. #947 to WNYO's Acct. #595 (stipends) to be divided into paymentsof$523.17, $523.17, $156.67 to pay three summer employees who were not paid. SUBMITTED BY: Dana Segall SPONSORED BY: Jay Lopez, Jo Storch, Chuck Romer, Patrick Conaway, Ben Jakes-Johnson SENATE ACITON Passed 22YONlADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT21October 1998

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studenta202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY 1.1126 OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON".... Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 6th Meeting13October 1998 StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.34.15] AdditionalFundsforHistoryClubWHEREAS,the History Club has always gone on historical field trips; andWHEREAS,we find that the trips are well worth the time and effort to plan; andWHEREAS,since the Senate is only offering to give us a yearly budgetof$450, we will not be able to take the tripsasplanned; andWHEREAS,last year when we were only a Tier 1 organization, we received $600 for just one semester;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the History Club be given $500 to add to their yearly budget. SUBMITTED BY: History Club SPONSORED BY: Gloria Toso, Ben Jakes-Johnson SENATE ACTION Passed 16Y 5N 2A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT21October 1998 Date SigMaI'! by President -

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON.J""" --:-:_:-__ 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edul-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 7th Meeting 20 October 1998Student Association Bill[SLE.34.16] Funds for CHOICES to Attend Conference(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-WHEREAS,OnNovember1115, in Washington DC, a National Peer Education Conference will be held for college student leaders; andWHEREAS,the goalsofthe conference include the following: To promote responsible decisions about drinking within the campus community To provide information that will help to educate students, faculty, and administrators about alcohol use, abuse, and misuse To increase awareness concerning healthy alternatives to alcohol misuse and abuse To enhance communication within the academic community regarding alcohol-related matters; andWHEREAS,the organization CHOICES (Creating Healthier Options Informing the Campus and Educating Students) would like to send four members to this conference for the purpose to gain more knowledge about alcohol abuse prevention and alternatives at other campuses; andWHEREAS,the CHOICES members that will attend this conference will bring learned information back to Oswego State University and hold programs to better educate our college population on issues concerning alcohol and other drugs; andWHEREAS,to ensure that student members will continue their involvement on the Oswego State University campus,allhave agreedtothe following selection criteria: Future Involvement: First year CHOICES member must be willing to give one additional semester (Spring 1999) Must be in good standing at Oswego Sate academically (GPA -2.4) and judicially Must submit a one to two paragraph description on whys/hewould be a good candidate to attend Understand that a contractofexpectations for participation will outline future education/disseminationofinformation obtained;andWHEREAS,students will contribute $20 a day for food (for a totalof$100) and an additional $100 for the educational conference;THEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $270 be transferred from Acct. #947 to Acct. #954 to provide registration feesof$135 each for two students to attend the National Peer Education Conference.

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SUBMITTED BY: CHOICES SPONSORED BY: Jay Lopez, Joe Storch, Sam Reister-SENATE ACTION Passed 20Y 5NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 30 October 1998

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 7th Meeting 20 October 1998(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ,-. Student Association Bill [SLE.34.17] CreationofAd-Hoc Committee on Campus ATM's WHEREAS,atthe beginningofthis semester an ATM was removed from the Hewitt Union leaving only one ATM on the entire campus; andWHEREAS,this ATM, owned by Marine Midland, will impose a $1.50 surcharge onallwithdrawals made by non-Marine Midland card-holders beginning October 23, 1998; andWHEREAS,this date is nearly here, and the student body is largely unawareofthe new policy; andWHEREAS,a significant numberofstudents on campus cannot afford to pay this new charge, and this new policy will leave these individuals who do not bank with Marine Midland without an inexpensive alternative to withdraw their funds on campus;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that an Ad-Hoc committee on campus ATM's be created immediately with the goals of: 1) Using the media and other mediumsofcommunication to ensure that all students and membersofthe college community are awareofthe new $1.50 surcharge for non-Marine Midland card-holders.2)Gaining pennission to have a large poster placed next to the MarineMidland ATM that would read:"ATTENTION:AsofOctober 23, 1998, this A TM willbecharging a $1.50 fee for withdrawals madebynon-Marine Midland card-holders."3) To encourage competitive business in college banking by working with college officials in an effort to attract another bank to place a second ATM in the Hewitt Unionora different area on campus.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat this committee contain five senators who volunteer to serve on it as voting members, and:1)Ifthere are more than five volunteers an election will be held. 2) The committee chair will be elected bythesenate immediately after the passageofthis bill. 3) All committee meetings will be open to the public, unless the committee votes by a majority to hold a private meeting.

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\SUBMITTED BY: Matt Silvennan, SA Vice President Joseph Storch, Johnson Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Jay Lopez, Andy Wittman, Gloria Toso, Amanda Friedl, Keith Heptig, Jonathan Figliuolo-SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT21October 1998 Scott D. Wiley, President Date Signed by President



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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON 202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 7th Meeting 20 October 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.34.18] Additional Funds for Hewitt Union Board Activities Committee WHEREAS,Hewitt Union Board Activities Committee is recognized as a group supportedbythe Student Association whose goals are to promote and provide entertainment on this campus; and we were ranked #I during Opening Weekend; and HUBAC used all $4000 for the Fall Opening; and we had roller-skating, Sumo wrestling, human bowling, tonsofgames, a psychic, and lotsofother fun exciting attractions; and we had over 1000 student/faculty and staff members attend our great nightofentertainment; and this year we hosted our annual Hewitt Union Night for our incoming freshmen class; and HUBAC benefits the Oswego State body, and the surrounding community; and last year, during the budget process we asked for $8000 for Opening Weekend, Fall and Spring; and we were only allocated $4000 for our Fall and Spring Opening Weekends; and we are asking you to help up put on another great weekofactivities; and with the helpofthe Association we willbeable to have a weekoffestive activities from Monday, January 25, 1999, to Sunday, January 31, 1999;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $4000betransferred from Acct. #947 to Acct. #890 with the following breakdownoffunds: Monday Happy Birthday Hewitt Union Character Artist $700 -Tattoo Artist 700 Clown 700 Tuesday Asian TasteofTuesday 2500 Wednesday Comedian 1000WHEREAS, WHEREAS, -WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,

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SLE.34.18 Thursday Novelty Act Friday 60's,70's,80' s Dance Party in the Ozone Saturday Band in the Ozone Sunday Superbowl Party Chicken Wings ContestTOTAL2000 300 600 500 $9000 Page 2 SUBMITTED BY: HUBAC SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Dan Glaser, Tasheema Braxton, Amanda Friedl ...... SENATE ACTION Passed 22Y 2N 1A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT30October 1998 ottD.Wiley, President lIj;f)/1r

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY 13126OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCRATRON Student Association Oswego StateUniversity Senate 34th Legislative Session 7th Meeting 20 October 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.34.19] Funds for Alpha Phi Alpha Roller-skating Event WHEREAS,roller-skating was originally brought to the Oswego campus by our organization in '95, itisour second largest diversity program; andWHEREAS,the event will be taking place October 31, 1998, from 8:00 -11:00 p.m. in the Hewitt Union Ballroom; andWHEREAS,it is a free event,itgives an opportunity for lower classmen to meet upper classmen while enjoying music and roller-skating; andWHEREAS,we're trying to keep students at an on-campus event to prevent them from going to the bars; ..... THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $586betransferred from Acct. #947 to an account to be created for financial assistance in making this program possible with the following breakdownoffunds: Roller-skating (8 -11p.m.) $475 Building Manager (8 -11p.m.) 36 Ballroom C7 -11p.m.) 75TarAL$586 SUBMITIED BY: Eli Garcia SPONSORED BY: Juliet Wilson, Sam Reister, Paul Hornick, Greg Jones SENATE ACTION Passed 17Y 8NlADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 30 October 1998 cott D. Wiley, President lifO Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCRATRON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 9th Meeting 3 November 1998www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociationBill[SLE.34.20]No ReasonStatedtoAbstainWHEREAS,itisreally, really annoying; andWHEREAS,it has the potentialtobedisruptive; andWHEREAS,thereisno way to force someone to choose yes or no; andWHEREAS,nothingisdone with the informationofwhy someone abstained in recordofthe vote; andWHEREAS,therearebetter ways to keep someone more responsible to their constituency suchassending the official voting recordtothe hallorDCAdirector; andWHEREAS,although itisan ethical question to the constituency it is a question for the hall not the senate for why you abstain;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that thereisno longer a need to state why you abstain.THEREFOREBEITFINALLYENACTEDthat this supersedes all previous legislation dealing with abstentions. SUBMITTED BY: Kristen Benjamin, Off-Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: Jay Lopez, Dan Glaser, Patrick Conaway .... SENATE ACTION Passed 24 Y 5N 1A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT11November 1998

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON_ OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session9thMeeting 3 November 1998www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.34.21] CreationofSAPB/Senate Liaison WHEREAS,Student Association Program Board exists to involve students from any academic background with the interest in programming the opportunitytoplan functions and social events on the campus; andWHEREAS,SAPB since its founding has not had the committee structure that is partofbeing a Student Association club essential?; andWHEREAS,SAPBismoving further and further away from the committee structure every semester since its existence; andWHEREAS,it is better to say that I will work with you than for you...!want to know what you want than here what were giving; andWHEREAS,recruitment on this campus for SAPB is non-existent; andWHEREAS,the budget for SAPB is over one hundred thousand dollars and has the least input. Student Association Senate with its 34 members is still subject to veto power; andWHEREAS,a second avenue for student involvement in SAPB is severely needed and reports their updates; andWHEREAS,the senator(s) would have weekly reports on the updated information; andWHEREAS,senator(s) would actasa liaison between the SAPB and the Student Association and also serve as a contact person for any student who wishes to get involve. Always posting meetings and office hours; andWHEREAS,in great timesofdisagreement Senate can respond with legislation in a timely fashion leaving no branch free from checks and balances. Using only this checks for conflictofStudent Association interest not for a disagreementoftaste with the committee sponsored/voted choice for artist performer, lecturer; andTHEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Student Association Senate have two liaisons whom hold voting rights in SAPB with at least one being a senator.

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SLE.34.21THEREFORE BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat the elections take place by the body in one week and the elections following one week after to allow for write-in candidates and non-senators.THEREFORE BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthatall meeting dates, office hours are made public.THEREFORE BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTEDall reports consistofa upcoming events, meetings and the inner workingsofthe organization excluding unsigned acts and impending litigation. SUBMITTED BY: Kristen Benjamin, Off-Campus Senator SENATE ACTION Failed3Y18N 6A Page 2

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/ studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 10th Meeting 10 November 1998202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASOCXATXON'.-, Student Association Bill [SLE.34.22] WNYO PurchaseofEquipment WHEREAS,WNYOisa major media sourceofthe Oswego State community; andWHEREAS,WNYO is oneofthe largest Student Association organizations; andWHEREAS,the costofmostofthe items we budgeted for in our Three Year Plan (Acct. #590) lessened considerably; andWHEREAS,WNYO needs essential piecesofequipment that have recently brokenorare in needofimmediate repair to ensure that WNYO runs efficiently and sound professional; andWHEREAS,WNYO would require no extra funds by taking the excess $644 towards the purchaseofthe following items: 2 TEAC CDPl440 at 2 stereo faders at 4 pinch rollers at $159.00 each $80.50 each $20.00 each Totaling $559 plus shipping and handlingTHEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that WNYO be allowed to use Acct. #590 (Three Year Plan) to purchase the above mentioned items at $599 plus shipping and handling. SUBMITTED BY: Dana Segall, General ManagerofWNYOSPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed 26YON3A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT11November 1998

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION.. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 10th Meeting 10 November 1998www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 .',..... StudentAssociationBill[SLE.34.23]FundsforCounseling&Psychological ServicesDept.SpringSeminarWHEREAS,the Counseling&Psychological Services Department provides graduate and undergraduate students with a valuable service through the productionofthe Spring Seminar; andWHEREAS,the 1998-99 Spring Seminar will provide specific educational opportunities to students from several departments (CPS, Psychology, Curriculum and Instruction, Sociology and Anthropology); andWHEREAS,in past years, the annual Spring Seminar has received funding in ordertodefray a portion of the cost for attending students;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $400 be transferred from Acct. #947 to an account to be created for the CPS Spring Seminar.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat these funds are to be usedasallocated below and must be spent during the 1998-99 school year and be spread out across the numberofstudents that attend. Student Attendees $400 SUBMITTED BY: Misty Parrish, Graduate Assistant, CPS Department SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister SENATE ACTION Passed21YIN4A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 10 December1998 _1----11-/16 ) ciY Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON-. OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 10th Meeting 10 November 1998www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ... -StudentAssociationBill[SLE.34.24]AmendSAFeePolicyforPart-timeandGraduateStudentsWHEREAS,in 1994,bywayofSLE.30.37, the Student Association made a commitment to make a refund policy for some part-time and graduate students; andWHEREAS,this was donebecause "manyofthese studentsdonot take courses on the Oswego campusofSUNYOswego" (SLE.30.37); andWHEREAS,someofthe language inthe bill was unclear, and slightly contradictory;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the following refund policy be enacted: Study abroad, part-time and graduate students whodonot take coursesonthe main Oswego campus will notberequiredtopay the Student Association fee. These students will only pay thepercredit requirement for courses takenonOswego's main campus. This will be done through a front-end exemption through the bursar's office. Student teachers who teachorlive within twenty-five milesofthe campus will be required to pay the fee; all other student teachers will be eligible for a refund. This will be done through a refund request in the SA office. The refund request form mustbepickedupfrom the secretary within three weeksofthe first dayofclasses, and must be returned within five weeksofthe first dayofclassesofthat semester. Refunds shallbegiven in no other way. Students who withdraw from school willbegiven a refund based on the percentage offered by the bursar's office for tuition basedontheweekinto the semesterofthe withdrawal. The current percentage is as follows: 1stWeek2ndWeek 3rd Week4thWeek 5th Week 100% 70% 50% 30% 0% Advertisementofthe policy may be initiated by the Finance Director,orby legislationofthe Senateofthat Legislative Session.BEITEVENFURTHERENACTEDthat this bill will take effect in the Springof1999.

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SLE.34.24 Page 2BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat this bill take placeofSLE.30.37. SUBMITTED BY: Matt Silverman, SA Vice President SPONSORED BY: Patrick Conaway, Amanda Friedl, Kristen Benjamin, Chris Smith .,'\" -SENATE ACTION Passed 27YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT18November 1998/Date Signed by President

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202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCXATXON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY ,...------------------:---:---.oi-I www.oswego.edu/ studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 10th Meeting 10 November 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.34.25] Student Association Budget Publication(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-WHEREAS,in order fortheAssociation to function properly itisessential that informationbemade readily availabletothose who determine its policies; andWHEREAS,thisisextremely pertinent to issues regarding the financial operationsofthis organization where large amountsofcapital are constantly being allocated and generated; andWHEREAS,currently, thereisno provision that enables instant access to the statusofthe SA budget and how it changes over the courseofthe fiscal year; andWHEREAS,in order for senators to make more fiscally responsible decisions, itisdeemed necessary that they be able to access the Student Association budget for researching bills and being more knowledgeable about howtoallocate funds;THEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the entire Student Association budget be distributed to each senator at the beginningofeach academic semester.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the budget be formatted in the formofa consolidated packet, showing each account's annual allocation followed by its current value withtheclause 'current' being within two weeks or ten (10) business days.BEITFINALLY ENACTEDthat such a budget packet for the current semesterbeproduced immediately proceeding passageofthis legislation. SUBMITTED BY: Senator JayLopez SPONSORED BY: Saleem Cheeks, Jonathan Figliuolo SENATE ACTION Failed 13Y 14N1A

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STUDENTASSOCIATION -_OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session11th Meeting17November 1998www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.34.26] Completionofthe OCA Project WHEREAS,with the passageofSLE.33.56, the Senate consented to assisting the Off Campus Association with the creationofa new computerized information databasing system; andWHEREAS,with the passageofsubsequent legislation, the Senate supported OCA throughout the numerous changes it underwent following an investigation by the College Community Relations Committee; andWHEREAS,in order in for this great endeavor to continue, additional funding is deemed necessary and considered the most effective and productive allocationofOCA resources as detennined by the staff, Off Campus Senators and Off Campus Students;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $2,700 be transferred from the following OCA accounts to interim Acct. #884-1 tobetemporarily created for the purposesofcompleting the OCA renovations with the following breakdownoffunds: Acct. #876 (Supplies) Acct. #877 (Postage) Acet. #878 (Copies) Acct. #882 (Publication) Acct. #884 (Computer Maintenance)ALLOCATION OF 884-12 iMAC Computers@$1250 1 Carpet(12'xI4')Misc. (S&H, etc.) $100 1000 250 1000 350 $2500 150 50 TOTAL $2700 SUBMITTED BY; Lynda Koster, OCA Director SPONSORED BY; Saleem Cheeks, David Meirowitch, Jay Lopez, Chris Smith, Juliet Wilson, Dan Glaser, Kristen Benjamin-SENATE ACTION Passed 23YIN2A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 December 1998 Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION __ 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126 W\\w.oswego.edu/ -studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 12th Meeting 1 December 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.34.27] Funds for "Educational Experience of a Life Time"(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54103,000.00 $6,720.00 261.70 $9,981.70-WHEREAS,the committee for a more educated Black History Month has formedtodevelop an opportunity for all membersofthe college community to learn accurate information about the achievements and contributionsofAfrican Americans during Black History Month; by meansofa program/trip called "The Educational Experienceofa Life Time"; andWHEREAS,the Black Student Union's (BSU) (who is recognized by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University) purpose is to educate Black people and the restofthe campus community about the beautiful culture and historical contributionsofAfricans at home and abroad; andWHEREAS,the Black Student Union support all effortsofall individuals who (like us) support and advocate higher education and understandingofAfrican American history and culture;THEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that BSU is granted $1800 to contribute towards the $3000 costofthe bustoWashington, D.C. for "The Educational Experienceofa Life Time" trip sponsored by the committee for a more educated Black History Month. The costofthe trip is the following: Hotel: 28 rooms@$80 x3 nights Bus: Oswego to Washington, D.C./Baltimore Museum: 54 people@$4.75=$256.50 1 person@$5.20 Total cost for the trip All55people are expected to pay $70 each 55 x $70.00=$3,850.00 New overall cost 3,850.00 $6,131.70 Note: Letters have been mailed to the entire college community for help, all funds acquiredwilldecrease the overall cost for students.SUBMITTED BY: Andrew Otto SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Jay Lopez, Patrick Conaway, Unisa Barrie, Chris Smith, Ben Jakes-Johnson, Saleem Cheeks, Jonathan Figliuolo

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-SLE.34.27 SENATE ACTION Passed 22YIN3A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT10December 1998 Page 2 h5'Ci-=,r_Date

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STUDENTASSOCIATION-OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 26 January 1999Motion to Reconsider Student Association Bill [34.28] 1999 AppropriationofJoint Diversity Programming Account and Recreationofthe Diversity Director Position WHEREAS,encouraging diverse programming on campus has been an important issuetothe Senate and Executive Branchofthe Student Association; and,WHEREAS,bringing diverse groupsofpeople together at events is an excellentwayto promote friendship and communication between peopleofdifferent backgrounds; and,WHEREAS,creating an account in next year's budget that would offer funding for programming and events that are co-sponsoredbya combinationofdiverse groups would foster the growthofdiverse relationships and understanding between Oswego State University students.THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that we recommend allocating $4,000 to the Joint Diversity Programming account in the 1999-2000 budget; the funds shall be granted by the Senate in the following way:I.The Senate shall spend from this account asitdoes from the contingency and the fixed assets account. A. Funds shall be granted by the Senate in responsetobills that are submittedonbehalfofa combinationofat least three groups who are putting together an event that promotes diversity.1.Atleast twoofthe groups who submit the bill must be registered Student Association clubsororganizations.B.From this account, the Senate shall not fund any individual bill or event above the amountof$1,500.BEIT FURTHER ENACTEDthat the Finance Department provide this bill to the Treasurers and Presidentsofall Student Association clubs and organizations.BEIT FINALLY ENACTEDthat the positionofDiversity Directorbecreated in the 1999-2000 budget and is hereby allocated a stipendof$400; the dutiesofthe Diversity Director shall be to: A. Serveina dual capacity as the SAPB Multicultural Director, and the Student Association Diversity Director. B. Hold forums between membersofthe campus communitytodiscuss issuesofdiversity on campus.

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C. Work with groups in order to help them submit bills for the funds in the Joint Diversity Programming Account. D.Workwith the campus media to create campaigns that focus on diversity on campus (e.g. editorials, newspaper ads, radio and television talks shows about diversity, etc.)E.Give a report to the Senate at least twice a semester. SUBMITTED BY: Matt Silverman,SAVice President Dave Meirowitch, Off-Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: Joe Storch, Gloria Toso, Saleem Cheeks SENATE ACTION Passed14Y6N3ADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT11February1999Scott D. Wiley, President Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY """'----------------------:----oi-I 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ -studenta Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 14th Meeting26January 1999(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ''", -StudentAssociation Bill [34.28] 1999-2000AppropriationofJointDiversityProgrammingAccountandRecreationoftheDiversity Director Position WHEREAS,encouraging diverse programmingoncampus has been an important issue to the Senate and Executive Branchofthe Student Association; and,WHEREAS,bringing diverse groupsofpeople together at events isanexcellent way to promote friendship and communication between peopleofdifferent backgrounds; and,WHEREAS,creating an account in next year's budget that would offer funding for programming and events that are co-sponsoredbya combinationofdiverse groups would foster the growthofdiverse relationships and understanding between Oswego State University students.THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Joint Diversity Programming Account is created in the 1999-2000 budget, and is hereby allocated $5,000;Thefunds in this account shallbegranted by the Senate in the following way:I.The Senate shall spend from this account as it does from the contingency and the fixed assets account. A. Funds shallbegranted by the Senate in response to bills that are submittedonbehalfofa combinationofthreeormore ethnic, religious, gender,orsexual orientation groups.1.At least twoofthe groups who submit the bill mustberegistered Student Association clubsororganizations. B. From this account, the Senate shall not fund any individual billorevent above the amountof$2,000.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the Finance Department provide this bill to the Treasurers and Presidentsofall relevant Student Association clubs and organizations.BEITFINALLY ENACTEDthat the positionofDiversity Director be created in the 1999-2000 budget and is hereby allocated a stipendof$400; the dutiesofthe Diversity Director shall beto:A. Hold forums between membersofthe campus community to discuss issuesofdiversityoncampus. B. Work with groups in order to help them submit bills for the funds in the Joint Diversity Programming Account.

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C.Work with the campus media to create campaigns that focus on diversity on campus (e.g. editorials, newspaper ads, radio and television talks shows about diversity, etc.)SUBMITfEDBY: Matt Silverman, SA Vice President Dave Meirowitch, Off-Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: Joe Storch, Gloria Toso, Saleem Cheeks SENATE ACTION Failed7Y9NlA

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [34.29] Establishmentofthe Academic&College Affairs OfficeStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 14th Meeting26January 1999STUDENT ASSOCIATION __ ----::-=-== __ 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaWHEREAS,being college students,weare at college first and foremost to obtain a college education; andWHEREAS,the Student Association has already taken successful steps to increase the levelofinvolvement in academic affairs, but still has no standing officeordirector who has the responsibilityofworking on academic issues; andWHEREAS,this year the Student Association had no organized mechanism to research and advocate for students on a varietyofissues like: the Provost Search Committee, new fee proposals, and changes in the college's athletic team structure;-THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDthat the Student AssociationofOswegoState University establish an Executive OfficeofAcademic Affairs, which shall include a DirectorofAcademic Affairs who shall serve upon appointmentbythe Student Association President, with confmnationofthe Senate; and the Director's responsibilities shallbe:A.Tomeet periodically, and work with the senate-elected student representatives that hold seats in the Faculty Assembly. B. Act as counsel to the Student Association President in appointing students to college committees and search committees. C. Research and report to the Senate on any notable changes in the academic policiesofthe colleges, proposals to imposeorincrease mandatory student fees,orchanges in the athletic team structureofthe college.D.Establish a committee to create a student published course and faculty information guide. E.Workwith campus and local media groupstoassure that students are awareofhow changes in the academic climateofthe college will affect them. F. Publish a section in theSAnewsletter that highlights new academic programsorchanges in academic policies. G. Research and represent the Student Association on other academic issues as designated to him or her by the Student Association President, the Senate, or any other studentofthis institution. H. Create and maintain a listofcollege and faculty commitees and the student that sit on them.

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BEIT FURTHER ENACTEDthat the DirectorofAcademic Affairs have the power to create committees within the Student Association OfficeofAcademic Affairs to address issues that need to be addressed by a group effort; these committees and their business shall be known and public to all membersofthe Senate and Senators shall have the right to serve on any such committees; and,BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat the Student Association Senate Appropriate a stipend for the DirectorofAcademic Affairs in the 1999-2000 budget in an amount that it sees fit.SUBMITIEDBY: Senator Meirowitch, and Vice President Silverman SPONSORED BY: Joe Storch, Gloria Toso, Saleem Cheeks-SENATE ACTION Passed 17YIN2ADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 17 March 1999 Date Signed by President

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202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126StudentAssociationBill[SLE.34.30] All-Campus Election ScheduleSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY ",.....--------------------:-----:----.,u www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 26 January 1999(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410WHEREAS,the Student Association is mandated to run an All-Campus Election; andWHEREAS,to promote greater participation in the election by the student body as a whole, whether it is direct or indirect participation, we are establishing this timetable in order to begin promoting the upcoming election;THEREFOREBE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the following dates be established for the 1999 Election Season: 1/27/99 2/3/99 2/8/99 2/9/99 Petitions available in theSAOffice Petitions are due in theSAOffice by 12:00 p.m. Official ballot posted Candidate's meeting(Time & place TBA) Debates Week 1 2/15 2/19 Week 2 2/22 Week 33/113/5 First Candidate Debate Format to be decided LDS/SA Candidate Debate format: Media Panel followed by Audience Questions Third Candidate Debate Format to be decided WTOP Candidate Debate TBA Elections Monday, 3/8 & Tuesday, 3/9SUBMITIEDBY: Sam T.g. Reister, Election Committee Chair SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 27 January 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASOCRATliON __ it 202IIewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 15th Meeting 2 February 1999Student Association Bill [SLE.34.31] Funds for Greek Week(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410WHEREAS,Student Association DirectorsofGreek Affairs is a partofStudent Association's Executive Committee; andWHEREAS,our objective is to work closely with Greek organizations and administration amongst the Oswego campus and community; andWHEREAS,through this position many steps have been taken to educate and unite Oswego State Greek letter organization; andWHEREAS,the Oswego State Greek community consistsofapproximately One Thousand (1,000) Oswego State students; andWHEREAS,Greek Week is an opportunity to promote pride, unity and school spirit among Greeksand fellow students on the Oswego campus and community;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $570.15 be transferred from Acct. #947 to Acct.#648with the following breakdownoffunds: Advertising With five (5) nightsofevents and four (4) or two (2) referees needed for each event@$5. 15/hour with a total23hours Five (5) tricycles@$21.35 (donate after use) Equipment (Balls for kickball and dodgeball and a rope) TOTAL $125.00 288.40 106.75 50.00 $570.15SUBMIITEDBY: Laura Kinsley and Vinny Pietrafesa, Co-DirectorsofGreek Affairs SPONSORED BY:SamReister, Jay Lopez, Keith Heptig, Casey Morgan, Dave Meirowitch, Saleem Cheeks SENATE ACTION Passed 13Y4NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT19February 1999 /;;:L.-/.:2.:;,.! "7'7 Date Signedb)i President

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Greek Week Budget Sunday, April 18, 199912:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.Softball@Lee Fields and Hidden Fields (four total) Equipment from Lee Hall Seven (7) hours with Four (4) referees/umpires @$5.15 an hour $144.20 Total cost for 4/18/99$144.20-Monday, April 19, 19994:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.Dodgeball@Sundial and Academic Quad Equipment (balls) purchased from Wallmart Two (2) hours with Two (2) referees @$5.15 an hourKickball@Sundial and Academic Quad Two (2) hours with Two (2) referees @$5.15 an hour Total cost for 4/19/99Tuesday, April 20, 19994:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.Flag Football@Lee Fields Equipment supplied by Lee Hall Four (4) hours with Two (2) referees @$5.15 an hour Total cost for 4/20/99Wednesday, April 21, 1999Quest DayThursday, April 22, 1999Mandatory LARC Awards attendence 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. $30.00 $20.60 $20.60$71.20$41.20$41.20

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Thursday,April22, 1999 (con't)Volleyball@ Lee Hall Equipment supplied by Lee Hall Three (3) hours with Two (2) referees @$5.15 an hourBasketball7 :00 p.m. 10:00p.m. @ Lee Hall Equipment supplied by Lee Hall Three (3) hours with Two(2)referees @$5.15 an hour Total cost for 4/22/99Friday,April23, 19993:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.TugofWar@ Sundial and Academic Quad Rope will be purchased from Raby's 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.TricycleRacing@ Sundial and Academic Quad Tricycle will be purchased from Wallmart 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.ArmWrestling@ Sundial and AcademicQuad Total cost for 4/23/99 Total cost for Greek Week Week long advertising and promotions $30.90 $30.90$61.80$20.00 $106.75$126.75 $445.15 +$125.00 $570.15

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 2 February 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.34.32] WNYO PurchaseofComputer System WHEREAS,WNYO is a major media sourceofthe Oswego State Community; andWHEREAS,WNYO is one of the largest Student Association organizations; andWHEREAS,a pieceofequipment budgeted in our three year plan (Acct. #590), a Tascam 32 reeltoreel machine priced at $3049, will not help WNYO's transition to become digital; andWHEREAS,WNYO uses a shared computer that does not have the technical capabilities anymore to run our scheduling program, which is outdated; andWHEREAS,WNYO would use a new scheduling program as well as an editing program for production purposes on the above mentioned computer; andWHEREAS,WNYO would require no extra funds towards the first major step to becoming digital and sounding more professionalifallowed to purchase the following: 1 Dell Computer 1 Hew lett Packard Printer 1 RCS Scheduling system Total $2067.00 (See attached #1) 261.95 (See attached#2)300.00 (Yearly educational fee) $2628.95 plus shipping and handlingTHEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that WNYO be allowed to use Acct. #590 (Three Year Plan) to purchase the above mentioned items at $2628.95 plus shipping and handling. -SUBMITIEDBY: Dana Segall, WNYO General Manager Nick Munger, ICC Computer Technician and WNYO Webmaster SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Jay Lopez, Ben Jakes-Johnson, Saleem Cheeks, Gloria Toso SENATE ACTION Passed 18YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 3 February 1999

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Bl/15/99 1B:19:31 DELLFAX 6-17-> 13153413542DELLCOHPUTER CORP PageBB2January151999QUOTATIONLIN MURRAY' STATEUNIV COLLEGE@OSWEGO FINANCEDEPTACCOUNTS PAY'ABLEOSWEGO NY 13126 , UNITEXTENDEDSKU IIQTY DESCRIPTIONPRICE PRICE220-05561DellDimensionXPSR450MHz1,267.001,267.00PentiumIIProcessorat450MHzMinitower310-00501 MS Intellimouse,FactoryInstall310-31801ThankyouforchoosingDell.IncludedinyourorderisaDellMousePad.310-70021QuietkeyKeyboard,FactoryInstall311-04101 128MB,SDRAMMemory, 194.00194.00FactoryInstall313-02781 Altec LansingACS-495Dolby143.00143.00SurroundSoundSpeakerswithSubwoofer,FactoryInstall313-06001TurtleBeachMontegoII A3D 92.0092.00320VSoundCard,FactoryInstall313-1086140X MAX VariableCDROM,118.00118.00FactoryInstall313-36071NomodemrequestedforDellDimension320-54101Dell1000LS 1711ColorMonitor217.00217.00with15.911ViewableImageSizeModel IID1028L, DellDimensionFactoryInstall.'._.-.. .-MLL Foryour wehavelistedyoursalesrepresentative,your quote numberandyourcustomernumberwhichwillprovideyouwithfaster s$rvice whenyouarereadytoplaceyourorder.SalesRepresentative:JAMES VALK Prices andtaxrates !Ire SUbjecttochange. BusIneU andPersonalleMIngprovided by Dell FinancialServices.enIndependententity.LulingDocumentationFee$55 Quote II: Customer #: 239666943836409 ...... DELL MARKETING L.P.(800) 274-7799 EXT67633ONEDELLWAY,ROUNDROCK, TX 78682 (800)365-5329SALESREP FAXJlBV.c

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81/15/99 18:19:56 DELLFAX6-17->13153413542DELL COHPUTEHCUHP Page BIB LIN MURRAY STATEUNIVCOLLEGE@OSWEGO FINANCE DEPT' ACCOUNTS PAYABLE OSWEGO, NY13126 January151999 SKUIt 320-5433340-4882340-7016412-1212420-2083900-1330900-1332412-0071412-0075412-0524 QTY 1 1111111 11QUOTATION DESClUPTION ATIXPERT98D8MB3D 2XAGP GraphicsCard,FactoryInstall8.4GBUltraATAHardDrive5400RPM,FactoryInstall3.5,1.44MBFloppyDrive,FactoryInstallMcAfeeVirusScan3.1.6,CD,FactoryInstall,USEnglish,OemPackageMicrosoftWindows98,withCD,FactoryInstallSelectCare,NextBusinessDayOn-SiteService,InitialYear,WangSelectCare,NextBusinessDayOn-SiteService,2YearExtended,WangMSOfficeSmallBusinessEdition97.2CD&NoPrinted Manual, USEnglish,FactoryInstallMSBookShelf'98,CD,USEnglish,FactoryInstallMSOffice2000SmallBusinessUpgradeFlyer,US,EnglishUNITPRICE16.0020.00.00.00EXTENDEDPRICE16.0020.00.00.00Foryourconvenience,wehavelistedyoursales representative,yourquote number yourcustomernumberwhichwill provideyouwithfaster whenyouarereadytoplaceyourorder.SalesRepresentative: JAMESV.ALK Prices andtaxrates lire subject to change. Buslnesa8ndPelWClI'lIIIl.eaIIngprovided by Dell Flnencl8lSeMces, 8n Independent entity.L ...ingDoc:umentaliol1 F.. $55 Quote #: Customer #: 239666943836409 DELL MARKETING L. P. (800)274-7799EXT67633ONEDELLWAY,ROUNDROCK,TX78682 (800)365-5329SALESREP FAXIIEVC

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81/15/9918:28:22 DELLFAX 6-17->13153413542 DELL CORPPage884MLL QUOTATIONJanuary151999LIN MURRAy STATEUNIVCOLLEGE@ OSWEGO FINANCEDEPTACCOUNTS PAYMLEOSWEGO NY 13126 IQWI DESCRIPTIONIUNITEXTENDEDSKU # PRICE PRICEThisquoteissubjecttothetermsoftheagreementsignedbyyouandDell,orabsentsuchagreement,issubjecttotheapplicableDellstandardtermsofsale.SUB TOTAL 2,067.00 TAX .00SHIPPING &HANDLING .00OTHER.00ThankyouforcallingDell TOTAL $2,067.00I Foryourconvenience,wehavelistedyoursales representative. yourquote numbtrlrand yourcustomernumberwhichwillprovideyouwithfasterservicewhenyouarereadytoplaceyourorder.SalesRepresentative: JAMESVALK Prices and tax rates are subject to change. BUIIneIIandPenlanalL.eaIIngptoVldedby Dell F1nanc1111SeMces.anIndependent enllty. LulingDocumentalion'F .. $55 Quote #: Customer #: 239666943836409 .-. DELL MARKETING L.P.(800)274-7799 EXT 67633ONEDELL WAY, ROUNDROCK, TX 78682 (800)365-5329SALESREP FAXDVC

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I.1it i i:1i 4.002,G1. 9S TOTOTAL:SHIPPINGVIA:RPSGROUNDI SUBTOTAL:5.75%0HIOTAX:; APO/FPO ADD:FROM01-29-1999 06:41PM QTY SKUPHONE:(315) )41-2101 FAX:(315)34i-3542Ext.QUOTATIONTO: WWNYO9B HEWITT ATTN DANA OSWEGO,NY MEl/MICRO ;.;t. 00 STEELWOOD,LUMBUS, OHIO .3212-9972 913153413542 P.01 I,i I : _______________ QUOTATI NCALLTOLL FREE: ORFAX US:1-6.14-48p-6417 I:DATE: / 99! SALESPERSON:CGQLDEN!I ;TERMS:MAS,TER,*DVISA .I AMBX CHECK:; ..jI : II ., D$SCRIPTIONPRIc;E TOTAL -----------T--------1958421 D;:SKJET 712C PRINTER 249. ao 249.00!Oi.OO 00 I j\:).OO! '.1' 12.95 IIIiIIi,III:I : I i : i:I ; i ,! ii i I1 iI I ; Iil : j **INORDER TOOFFERYOUTHE'LOWESTPRICESI ALLPURCHASEMUSTBE i ACCOMPANIEDWITHI?AYMENT.ii .; I i.IiWEARE PLEASED '1'0 SUBMIT THE.ABOVE QUOTATION FOR YOUR CONS1PERATIONjSHOpLD YOU PLACEAN ITWILL OURPROMPT ATTENTtoN.THISQU01'ATION\ ISVALIDFOR GODAYS. THEREAFTER,ITIS SUBJECT1TOCHANGE WITHOUTNOTICE. l SOMEITEMSMAY SUBJECTTO'QUANTITY i! !ft Ii BY: ACCEPTED: DATH::-l-I.IIIIII! I jTnTOI C""

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 9 February 1999STUDENT ASSOCKATKON ZI StudentAssociationBill[SLE.34.33]RightsoftheStudentBodyWHEREAS,the purposeofthe Student Association, according to the Preambleofthe Student Association constitution,isto "represent student opinionsonmatters affecting student life and affairs"; andWHEREAS,the current constitution is without a section guaranteeing the rightsofthe student bcxly in relation to the Student Association; andWHEREAS,it is extremely important that all students paying their Student Association fee have documentation stating their rights within the Association, so thatthepurposeofthe Student Association canbebetter served;--THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that an articlebe 00ded tothe constitutionofthe Student Association titled"RightsoftheStudentBody",andcontain withinitthe following: All students shall have the righttobeinformed, recognized, and considered. SectionI1.All students shall have the right to be informed about the actions and decisionsofthe Student Association via their hall council, Senator(s), or through any Student Association office and/or officer. 2. All students shall have the right to be informed about the expenditureofthe Student Activity Fee via their hall council, Senator(s), or the DirectorofFinance. 3. All students shall have the right to challengeorquestion the actionsofStudent Association and its officers by utilizing the existing command structureofthe Student Association (Senator(s), Vice President, Supreme Court, and President).4.All students shall have the right to address the Senate, either directly,orthrough their Senator(s).5.All students shall have the righttosit in on all committeesofthe Student Association and be recognized as silent observers, except in the caseofa committee held in executive session. SUBMITTEDBY:Saleem M. Cheeks, Seneca Hall Senator Casey Morgan, Off-Campus Senator, Recruitment Committee Chair Ben Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Senator, Long Range Planning Chair Jaime Fiacco, Student Association Supreme CourtChiefJusticeSPONSOREDBY:TimAllers, Sam Reister, Jay Lopez, Joe Storch, Chris DavisSENATEACTION Failed 13YIN4A(Not 2/3 vote)

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Bill [SLE.34.34] Funds for Phi Beta Lambda Trip toNYC202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 9 February 1999STUDENT ASSOCXATXON"... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYWHEREAS,Phi Beta Lambda Business Organization has created events and activities that welcome Business students, faculty, and the entire campus community; andWHEREAS, WHEREAS,Phi Beta Lambda has increased its numbers from previous semesters; and a primary goalofPhi Beta Lambda is to provide activities at which students and professors gathertocombine academic knowledge with an outside learning experience; andWHEREAS,this semester, Phi Beta Lambda is planning a trip to Wall Street in New York City, on the datesofMarch11-12, 1999.AsofFebruary 5, 1999, approximately 25 people have expressed an interest in attending; andWHEREAS,students are willing to pay for their own food, admission fees, miscellaneous expenses, and a portionoftheir transportation and lodging costs, Phi Beta Lambda is asking for additional funding to help our organization go on our first extracurricular trip, and allow for ustoutilize the necessary financing until we achieve our monetary goal through current fund raisers;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $619 be allocated to the Phi Beta Lambda Business Organization to help reduce costs incurred by each individual student attending the trip toWallStreet with the following breakdownoffunds:1700$1020 $2720 1625 300 76100$619Date Slgrled by President Six rooms (Quality Inn) x $170 per room Transportation: Greyhound Bus Lines $80 per person less 15% student discounttoTALless member contribution less current SA account funds less proceeds from Flower Sale fund raiser !fOTroceeds from upcoming fund raiser (est)AtSUBMITTED BY: Phi Beta Lambda Business Organization SPONSORED BY: Saleem Cheeks SENATE ACTION Passed16Y1NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 19 February 1999

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STUDENT ASOCKATKON __ --:--;-:-==:--_ 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ -studenta Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 9 February 1999StudentAssociationBill[SLE.34.35] NYPIRG RepresentativesonSAElection Ballot(315)341-3601 Fax(3]5)341-5410WHEREAS,The New York Public Interest Research GroupatSUNY Oswego's two seats on the State BoardofDirectors will be vacantatthe closeofthe spring '99 semester; andWHEREAS,an election needstobeheld in conjunction with the SUNY OswegoAllCampus Elections to flll seats;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the namesofJennifer Eighmey and Christopher Pannozzabe put on the All Campus elections ballot under the question:I wishtoelectthefollowing two candidatestorepresentSUNYOswego ontheNew York Public Interest Group's State BoardofDirectors".SUBMITTED BY: Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator SPONSORED BY: Gloria Toso, Joe Storch, Ben Jakes-Johnson SENATE ACTION Passed General ConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT19 February 1999 DareSign'3k:::Lt'l

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION __ 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126 www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 9 February 1999Student Association Bill [SLE.34.36] Funds for Oswegonian Macintosh Server(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410....WHEREAS,The Oswegonian is a major sourceofOswego State Community; andWHEREAS,The Oswegonian is oneofthe largest Student Association organizations; andWHEREAS,the items we budgeted for in our Three-Year Plan (Account #572) have been purchased with ad revenue money in May 1998; andWHEREAS,The Oswegonian needs essential piecesofequipment that are in needofimmediate replacement to ensure that The Oswegonian runs efficiently; andWHEREAS,The Oswegonian would require no extra funds towards the purchaseofthe following: Macintosh Server G3 Apple 56k v.90 Internal Modem Bundle DVDVideo Kit Bundle TOTAL $4,256 90 449 $4,795THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Oswegonian be allowed to transfer $1,485 from Acct. #569 to Acc. #572.THEREFORE BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat The Oswegonianbeallowed to use Acct. #572 (Three-Year Plan) to purchase the above mentioned items at a totalof$4,800. SUBMITTED BY: Molly Smith, Business ManagerofThe Oswegonian SPONSORED BY: Ben Jakes-Johnson, Leanne Kostran SENATE ACTION Passed15YON5ADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 24 February 1999 ScottD.Wiley, President Date Signed by President

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TheAppleStoreYourProposalProposal DateFeb9,1999Web Proposal NumberW171133Proposal Subtotal$ 4,795.00Does not include sales taxorrebatesItemstobe OrderedPlease call the Apple Store at 1-2775 if you have questions. Your proposal is shown below for your reference.Proposer InformationJames Thorpe Computer Technician The Oswegonian SUNY Oswego jthorpe1 @oswego.edu (315)591-0601 Description Part NumberUnitPriceQtyPriceCustom Configured SystemMacintosh Server G3DVD-RAM drive with Retrospect US English USB Keyboard (iMac keyboard w/extension cable) 256MB SDRAM -2 DIMMs 400MHz PowerPCG3with 1MBL2 cache10/1OOBASE-T Ethernet built-in RAGE 128 graphics card with 16MB SDRAM 9GB Ultra2 SCSI (7200 rpm)&single-channel SCSI cardImation SuperDisk Two Year Kit Macintosh Server G3ZOON065-1697 065-1488 065 065 065-1519 065-1623 065 065T2203LUA M6540LUA $ 4,256.001$4,256.00Apple 56K v.90 Internal Modem BundleApple 56K V.90 Internal Modem M7405LUA $ 90.001$90.00DVD-Video Kit BundleDVDVideo Kit M7164LUB$449.001$449.00

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 17th Meeting 16 February 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.34.37] Division I Referendum Question WHEREAS,the President's Commission on IntercollegiateAthletics has made a recommendation to President Stanley that a single sport be elevated to NCAA Division I playing status; andWHEREAS,this proposal has been a major topicofdiscussion on campus, and has also sparked considerable controversy due to its implications; andWHEREAS,measuring the levelofstudent support, or lack thereof, for this proposal would be useful to the President in making a decision on this matter;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the following non-binding referendum question be placed on the ballot for this year's all campus election:Would you supportthecollege elevating Men's Hockey fromNCAADivision III to NCAA DivisionI,and adding a Women's Hockey team to play at the DivisionIlevel? YesNoSUBMITTED BY: Dave Meirowitch, Off-Campus Senator Matt Silverman, SA Vice President SPONSORED BY: Gloria Toso, Joe Storch, Sam Reister, Jay Lopez, Ben Jakes-Johnson, Saleem Cheeks SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 19 February 1999

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STUDENTASOC][AT][ON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 18th Meeting23February 1999StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.34.38]AmendedFundsforMen'sVolleyball NationalTournamentTripWHEREAS,the OSU Men's Volleyball Team being supported fmancially by the Oswego State Student Association, is asking for funding for the teamtotravel and participate in the 1999 Men's Volleyball National Tournament held at The UniversityofMaryland, College Park, Maryland on April 7-10, 1999; andWHEREAS,the costsofthe trip areasfollows: 'lI, (2) Team vans@$100/ea./day x5 days 1000.00 Gas@$1.lO/gal x44 gal (1100 mi. round trip, 25 mi./gal) x2 96.80 (4) Suites@Quality Inn@$79/night x5 nights+Tax on above@10% 1738.00 (1) Room@Quality Inn (for Coordinatorof ..... Intramural&Rec. Sports, OSU Rep.)@$39/night x5 nights+Tax on above@10% 214.50TOTAL$3,049.30WHEREAS,the following costs can be eliminated for the following reasons: Team&Player fees ($50 outofVolleyball Club's Acct., $350 from fund raiser) $400.00 (1) player's expenses (Not registered) 149.00 Player contribution: $8/player tourny fee x15-120.00NEW$15 X 14 players -210.00NEW TOTAL$2,839.30 .. WHEREAS,the $2939.30 will be strictly used for the National Tournament trip, given that the OSU Men's Volleyball Team is accepted into the National Tournament; andWHEREAS,iffor some reason the OSUMen'sClub Volleyball bid is not accepted,allfunding given to the Men's Club Volleyball Team pertaining to this trip will be refunded promptly back to the Student Association.THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the sumof$2839.30 be deposited into Account #985 (Men's Club Volleyball) to finance the team for the trip to ,..., the National Tournament.

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BE IT FURTHERENACTEDthat fund-raising efforts made by the Men's Club Volleyball Team through the endofthe semesterwillresult in reimbursement to the Student Association until the funds given to the Men's Club Volleyball Team for the National Tournament Trip have been paid back in full. SUBMITTEDBY:Tim Thomas, Men's Club Volleyball SPONSOREDBY:Sam Reister SENATE ACTION Passed11Y7NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15March1999Date S1glled by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION' .-,. OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY 13126 Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 March 1999www.oswego.edul studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315).141-5410 StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.34.39] Funds for HistoryClub'sTripto Washington, D.C.WHEREAS,the History ClubofOswego State is planning their yearly triptoWashington, D.C.; andWHEREAS,the club needs the assistance from the Student Association to help cover the cost; andWHEREAS,the History Club has taken this trip every year and has always had SA funding to help; andWHEREAS,it was unfortunate that we didn't receivetheamountofmoney we asked foratthe beginningoflast semester.WecametoSenate and were told that there was an appeal process that other clubs went through, we somehow missed that process and now weare asking the Senatetoprovide us the moneytotake our trip;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $700betransferred from Acct. #947 to Acct. #965 for the History Club's triptoWashington, D.C. with the following breakdownoffunds: Two IS-passenger vans @$199.90 (one van for two days) (We are asking SA to pay for one van for two days) $199.9011Roomsfor34 people (based on last year) 3 doubles @$68.00/night 4 triples w/rollaway @$74.00/night (We are asking SA to pay for one night's stayatthe hotel 500.10 SUBMITTED BY: Amy Benn, History Club President SPONSORED BY: Ben Jakes-Johnson, Gloria Toso SENATE ACTION Passed 15Y 3NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15March 1999

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON...... OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 March 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.34.40] Funds for Ski Club's Trips to Sugarbush&Hunter Mountain WHEREAS,the Ski Club is a recognized Tier 1 organization; andWHEREAS,the Ski Club is planning a triptoSugarbush on March 12 14, 1999 and a trip to Hunter Mountain on March 20, 1999; andWHEREAS,this tripisopen to all students who have paid theirSAfee and at this time, over 50 students have showninterest in these trips; andWHEREAS,skiing is a very expensive activity and students will pay $175 each for their own lift tickets, lodging and food for the trip to Sugarbush; andWHEREAS,Ski Club is requesting money for transportation to help reduce the costofthe trips for students;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that$46.0be transferred from Acct. #947toan account tobecreated for the rentalofone van for two days ($260, Sugarbush Trip) and two vans for one day ($200, Hunter Mountain Trip). SUBMITTED BY: Brian Laiacona, Ski Club President SPONSORED BY: Ben Jakes-Johnson, Chris Wilkinson SENATE ACTION Passed 18YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15March 1999-

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STUDENT ASOCliATliON .....-..OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 March 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.34.41] Funds forSAV AC Radio SystemPurchase SAVACAmbulanceofOswego, Inc. is an organization supportedbythe Student Association (SA), whose sole purpose is to provide Emergency Medical Care to the campus and surrounding community; andWHEREAS,SAVACis funded by SA; andWHEREAS,SAVAC'semergency dispatching system is 23 years oldandin dire needofreplacement. This system is having catastrophic problems,whichare irreparable due to its age and condition. SA V AC had tried to have this system repairedonnumerous instances; andWHEREAS,SAVACis responsible to arriveonthe sceneofan emergency whetheroursystem is operationalornot. SA VACmaybeheld liableandhave tobetaken outofserviceifany problems occur regarding this system; andWHEREAS,the new radio system we are trying to replace the old system with will lastatleast another 20 years. The system we havenowwas only supposed to last 10 years and has lasted more than twice as long.THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $4000betransferred from Acct. #948 to Acct. #913 to be combined with $3000 already in Acct. #913 to purchase a $7000 radio system with the following breakdownofitems: Antenna Base Station Mobile stations (2) Encoder Miscellaneous parts and services Installation TOTAL$800 1,4001,4003501,500 1,500$7000SUBMITTED BY: SAVACSPONSOREDBY: Dave Meirowitch,BenJakes-Johnson, Joe Storch, GloriaTosoSENATE ACTION Passed 18YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 15 March 1999

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STUDENTASSOCKATKON"OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 March 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.34.42] Funds forMen'sRugbyTriptoStony BrookWHEREAS,the Oswego StateMen'sRugby Club has entered a rugby tournamentinStony Brook, NY,onthe weekendofApril 16 18, 1999. Due to the traveling distance,wewill havetostay two nights in a local hotel. The hotel cost at the Hampton Inn at Islandia is $115 per room/night.Wewill need to reserve 8 rooms for the Friday and Saturday night.Thetotal costofthe lodging is $1840; andWHEREAS,the club will help pay for the costofthe trip by contributing $25perperson. This will reduce the cost by $750; andWHEREAS,the club will use any revenue made from our home tournament, tobeheldMay1,to repay the Student Association any money that isowedtoit;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1090 be transferred from Acct. #947 to Acct.#509(Men'sRugby Lodging) for lodging costs at StonyBrook,NY, on the weekendofApril 16 18.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat any revenue made at the home tournament willbereturned to Acct. #947 up to $1090.SUBMITTEDBY:Men'sRugbySPONSOREDBY:SamReister,MikeRhome,BenJakes-Johnson,DaveMeirowitchSENATEACTION Passed 15Y2NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT15March 1999/ScottD.

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON...... OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 March 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.34.43] Funds for International Awareness andPeace Day Dinner WHEREAS,COPE is organizing its 2nd Annual International Awareness and Peace Day dinner on Saturday, April 10, 1999; andWHEREAS,this evening will create an awarenessofthe campus programs in conflict resolution and set the stage for future cooperation between groups on campus; andWHEREAS,during the courseofthis evening we will be awarding certificatestoCOPE members who have completed the spring 1999 mediation training; andWHEREAS,COPE is hosting the internationally acclaimed philosopherofnon-violence Robert Holmesofthe UniversityofRochester; he will be speaking on "Non-Violence in Theory and Practice", and .WHEREAS,COPE is requesting the sumof$800tofund the International Awareness and Peace Day dinner and publicityofthe event;THEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $800 be allocatedtoCOPE Acct. #955 from Acct. #947 with the following breakdown: Dinner for 60 people@$12/plate Publicity Banner Posters SUBMITTED BY: COPE SPONSORED BY: Amy Miller $7204040 SENATE ACTION Passed 15Y 2N 4A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 17 March 1999

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/ -studenta Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session21st Meeting16March 1999202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY----------------:--:---:--StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.34.44]FundsforInternational Fellowship PicnicWHEREAS,the International Fellowshipisanestablished Tier 2 organization with approximately60members; andWHEREAS,International Fellowship has organized numerous events to help international students get acquainted and have a memorable stay at SUNY Oswego; andWHEREAS,in addition, we also have bimonthly bible studies to learn more about the worksofChrist; andWHEREAS,we are asking for extra funding to hold our annual Good-Bye Picnic which has always been a popular event in April.Inaddition to that, we are also asking for funds to purchase bibles for our Bible Study time;-THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $175 be transferred from Acct. #947toAcct. #967 to cover our needs with $125 to be usedtopurchase food for the picnic and $50 for bibles. SUBMITTED BY: Michelle Yeung, International Fellowship SPONSORED BY: Tim Allers, Kristen Benjamin, Derek Buddie SENATE ACTION Passed 16Y 2N 3A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 25 March 1999 ,. cott D. Wiley, Presi ent/. 3/Ab/9i

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202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCiATiON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY www.oswego.edu;-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 21st Meeting 16 March 1999(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ... -StudentAssociationBill[SLE.34.4S]FundsforSAVACMemberstoAttendABLEProgramWHEREAS,SAVAC AmbulanceofSUNYOswego Inc. is an organization supported and funded by the Student Association whose sole purpose is to provide Emergency Medical Care to the campus and surrounding community; andWHEREAS,SAV AC is asking for funds to be allocated for the useofSAVAC members to participate in an Adventure Based Learning Experience (ABLE) program which will in effect teach/enhance themember'steam working abilities; andWHEREAS,this program will take place on the weekendofApril 10 and 11; andWHEREAS,this program will take placeofSAVAC'sbanquet, for this year;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1,200betransferred from Acct. #947 to Acct. #907 to cover lodging, program fees and food with the following breakdownoffunds: Lodging ABLE Program FeeFoodTOTALSUBMITTED BY: Aaron Domuracki,SAV AC SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister SENATE ACTION Tabled $476.32 512.00 211.68$1,200.00

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCKATKON __ www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting25March 1999StudentAssociationBill [SLE.34.46]ChangeinUseofFundsforStoryteller'sGuild(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410WHEREAS,the Storyteller's Guild is a Tier 2 organization with the Student Association; andWHEREAS,the Storyteller's Guild was budgeted $360 in September; andWHEREAS,the Storyteller's Guild was budgeted an additional $540 during an appeal; andWHEREAS,the $540 was intended for the sole purposeofhiring Rosemary Nesbitttospeak at a presentation; andWHEREAS,the Storyteller's Guild attempted for six months to contact Rosemary Nesbittinthe fonn of letters and telephonecalls, but were unable to doso;andWHEREAS,the Storyteller's Guild has many planned functions for the restofthe Spring '99 semester, including a Murder Mystery Dinner and Writing/Art Contest;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate of Oswego State University that $540 from Acct. #982 be removed from the restrictionofits intended use, and allowedtobe used for general purposes by the Storyteller's Guild. SUBMITTED BY: Ben Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Senator and Long Range Planning Chairperson; and Storyteller's Guild SENATE ACTION Withdrawn

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 23 March 1999www.oswego.edu/ -studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.34.47] 1999 AU-Campus Election Results WHEREAS,the 1999 Student Association All-Campus Election occurred on March 7 and March 8; andWHEREAS,the passageofsenate legislation is needed to officially validate these results;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following resultsofthe 1999 All-Campus be recognized by the Student Association as the Official Results.President Matt Silvennan 718Vice President ,-. Saleem M. Cheeks 781 David1.Meirowitch 314SenatorsPunnelle Hall Joseph Storch 55 .... Cayuga Hall Valerie Ruppert63Hart Hall Ben Jakes-Johnson 70 Nathan Kouhana 64 JamesH.Palenno 83 '.... Seneca Hall John Kolb 122 Emily Osterhout 157ReferendumI wish to elect the following two candidates to represent SUNY Oswego on the New York State Public Interest Group's State BoardofDirectors. Jennifer Eighmey&Christopher Pannozzo-Votesinthe affIrmative: 598 Votesinthe negative: 118

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Non-binding ReferendumWould you support the College elevating Men's Hockey from NCAA Divisionillto NCAA Division I, and adding a Women's Hockey team to play at the Division I level? YesNoVotes in the affirmative: 299 Votes in the negative: 591 Total numberofvotes cast over the entire campus: 1,178 ***Note: The complete listoftotal votes cast by all halls for each position including write ins is available to the public through the Student Association. SUBMITTED BY: Sam T.g. Reister, SA Elections Conunittee Chairman SPONSORED BY: Dave Meirowitch-SENATE ACTION Passed 12YON2A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 8 April 1999

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STUDENT ASOCIATION 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410" "Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 34th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 23 March 1999Student Association Bill [SLE.34.48] Student Association Budget WHEREAS,the Student Association Executive Branch has worked diligently on behalfofallstudents; andWHEREAS,SAorganizations and the Senate have dedicated numerous hoursoftheir time to successfully budget for the needsofthe entire campus community; andWHEREAS,the Senate has to approve a budget for the fiscal year 1999-2000; andWHEREAS,the Senate should have on legislative record a line by line budget that they approved; andTHEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State University at Oswego that the 1999-2000 fiscal year budget is as follows, with breakdownsofyear oneoftwo year plans. (See Attached. Note that bold italicized figures are Presidential adjustments to the budget council's recommendations. See accounts: 766, 774,776, 777,779,781,782,New SAPE Income Lineof$10,000,853(Senate Finance Committee),856,902,903,947, 948,and Appeals.)OswegonianAccount 572: 4 Power Macintosh G3 computers 4 tables for the computers (1),18inch waxer (1), glass cover for art tableTotal: WNYOAccount 590: Wave cart machine replacement softwarePClversion triggers kit for wave cart 500 DenonCDcart shells(4),25foot class 5 cables 1 control room computer 1 computerwiprinter, scanner and CD burner 2 Denon cart machinesTotal:$9,148 $400 $800 $150 $10,498 $249 $220$2,000$57 $2,067 $2,575$3,000$10, 168

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WTOPAccount 616: 2 studio tripods 1 DCV pro record deckTotal: Blackfriars:Account 705 2 Telex wireless model 450Crew:New Account (8) New Oars (4) Used OarsTotal:$4,000 $4,000 $8,000 $3,700$1,840 $440 $2,280BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat all grant accountsbemoved from the Executive Branch to a new account to be created for the Senate Finance Committee to contain funds for non-SA organizations: This years account (853) shall be allocated $6,800 with the following breakdown: Artswego: $2,000 (formerly acct. 775) ALANA Speakers Grant: $2,500 (formerly acct. 774) LDS: $800 (formerly acct. 772) LARC: $1,500 (formerly acct. 773)BEITFINALLY ENACTEDthat the budget listed incolumn Gis accepted by the Student Associationasthe official 1999-2000 fiscal year budget. SUBMITTED BY: Matt Silverman,SAPresident-elect SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed 12Y4NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 3 May 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date by President

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AB0G1 ACT. !I9-lIII 2 3IRSA 471 Eoulpmenl and Suoolles $2.800 $4.400 5 472 IntramuralPfDOramEllDense $6,000 $3.791 I 473 Intramural Awards$1000 $15007 .74Recreation Supervisars $25.000$20000475 Uf"""ards $9.000 $8.000I476 Administrative Assistant $1.500$15001a4nSummerOffice Alsislants $2.500$2163114n-lSummerUleauards $2.500$301312ALLOCATION$56300 $5036713 ,. STUDENT SERVICESI 11 300Box Office ManaoerI$1.725$172511301Box OfficeClart
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A 8 0G27 IASIAN STUDENTASSOCIATIONI271 690A8I8nAwaran ...W .... ISl20D51200"274 Events I52.000 $3,250 69127 692Dinner i $2.000 52.250I II"'"ALANASDRaluIri 510002,ALLOCATIONI55.20057700211I! /,211 BLACKfRIARSI 212 693SlIldentTheatreI 5\.200 51200 213694 I LlahtIna 52120 52120I21695I Costumes & Makevll ,$8100$6.100 211696ISe1S& PIllllS!515500 515.500 21 705IVest1of3 vestclan! 52304 $3,70021 691 IphotllllrllllhV :$1100 $1.100 21e 698I Public:allone & Subserintions, $77$74 ,28 699I Publlcilv I $2.100 52.100 21 700 ISllund i $1500SI500211 701 I RovaJUes ,$1530 552202'2 702I Treaaure, ,$400 S400213 703 $175021 704IACTFAoaional Festive1iseoo S300 215 IALLOCATION! 536.531$430642Ie 218ItNCOMEUNE ,1510.2llO1 1S15000 2'7 INETALLOCATION ,$21.331$28084211 !I 2'1 iEXECUTlVE30e750iPresidents Salarv 35111 $1,980!$1.980301 752INutritional Comll8nsallnnS500 I1500 302751 IPresidents SalaIV36111, 1550 : $550303753I Summer Pavroll 52.500 I 52.000300 754 I Assistant SaiArvSOl S400 305 755 I Assistant SaIarv!SO! SO u 756ISA Secretarv I $14.494 I 515.000 -., I MediaSecretaN, $6.300 75757400 .758I Tel8llhcne3511l$2.000 52.000 301 759 lTeleDhone 3611l, 5500! 5500IOlracto,01 Greek AlIains ,seoo310 760$400 311761iOiracto,01 AcademiC AlIairsSO' S400312762: SAPB Assistant Oiracto,5750$750 313763 I Oiracto'01 Communication $1.200 $1.200 31.784; Ass.Oi,of CommunicadcnsS400 S40031 5765: Diversitv OlractOISO S400318766 iExecutive Pro'8ClS 52.600 52.400 IWNYO Exec. 01'., 317trT52.000 $2.000 768 iOiversitv OIlOal1ment SO,SO3131! 769 ; Communications OllOartm.nt 52.000 52.00032 0770'Toe' I aremosS300 S40032 1776!SAPBConcerts $75.000 I 569.684 2mISAPB Lectures ,$18.000,$13.00032 32 3771 iLawsulls $3.000 I 52.000 :SAPBCinevisions,32778$15.000 $15,000325779SAPB Premollnns5200' 55,000 325780,SAPB0111 Oav$10.000,$10.000 32781 i SAPB Saecial Events $15.000 I 510.000 321 782 .SAPB PelformillaArts $1,000.15.000 32t 783'SummerSesSion $3.000I53.500 330784;SummerSessiOn Oiracto, S600 ISO 331 353 'SlIldentServiCI's Manaeel's SalIN$0I $34,40033 'ALLOCATION5180.574I$207364 333 !INCOMEUNEI/510.000 33 NETALLOCATIONI$197.364 AIS D0 .. IFINANCEII 331 800 Di,ecto(s Sala rv 52.530!52.530 33' 801Summer Pa-i 52.000 : 52.000 Nulridonal Comoensation !, 33802 S5005500 3. 803 Assistants Salarv $1.620 $16203.1804FinanceMen""er Salarv i $20.800I 521840u 805 E"""nse iS3005350 I15.000, 3. 806 u 807Ol1lce Su-Ies35lh I55.000 ; 55.000 Olfice Sunnlles36111 !, ,. 808$200 $200 UI 809 Club &O ..... nizatlonal Sun nilesI$1,000 $600 U 810 TeleDhone ;$1SOl$1.500 3. 811AudilorFeej56.000 $6.500 U' 812 A.S.: AccountIna Feei$15.000 516.0fJ(j35' 813I PavrollcIla-.I 55.200 15.200 351 814 NYS OlsabiHUes i52.000 $2.000 352 815IWorkman's ComD,$7200 56,10035 816I Taxes ,$3.000 $3.000 3S 817ISociel SecurityTax$17000'$18.000 3' 818I ServiceContract $10005200 ComD",hensI.e Ins. $20.000 520.000 35 819 3S 820COmllUler FIeoai' ,5500. $50035 821i ComllUler Relllacemeni 5500 5500 35822 iHealth/Ule Ins-55.545 54,900 u 823 IPos'''''' $650 $750 311 824IVanR .... ai,52.000 31 825IGasIll'Vans$1.500 313 826IVan Reolacement 55.000314827iVanRefund $tOO...828I Incentive Fund $1.500 $1.500 311829 ITlAACrel$2.143 $2,132u iALLOCATlON$136.288 $123.422...I 389 IOFFICeOFTHEVicePRES 370 830 I Vice President SataN 35th $1.980 $1.980.71631IVice PreSident 36th 55501550 372832 'Summer P", roll56675618 373 833I NUll'itlonai Comnensalion 5500 5500 3'0lI34 IA,sistantSaiaN5470 S40037 '835 Assistant $130 37 1836 i Senate CIeri<35m$$50 5500 37 837 i Senate Cieri< 36th51.05100 37 838I Teloahone 35th 1500 $500 37839 I Tetl!Dhone 36th 5200 $200 ,.840'ExDen5e3511l 5200 5250 31,841i Ex""nse 36lh $100 $100 312a.2ITravel351h $150 5200 31 3843ITravel36lh550 5503.844 : Senate Tralninn$400 5300 3. 5845 iElections 54.000 54.000 315846! Candidate Election $650 S650,.847iCoIICommuni'" Relalions $700 $700 31848: LonnRAIV>e PlanninnSO$0 31849 Heellll andSafe'"SO 3'0850: Procedure and FinanceSO ", 851 !RecNilment SO$50 392 852 SO 853iSenate Finance Committe 853.1'LOS$1.100 $800 3" 853.2ILARC$2,000 $1.500 3,. 853.3 ALANA Soeakers Grant 54.900 52.900 3t 853.4IARTSWEGO$3,000 52.000 ". 853.5louco 52503tl IALLOCATION'5.550119.29840I.0'I SUPREME COURT,002Il55IChief Justice$350$400 00'856IAssociate Justices' Salary 5400 $400.0 [ALLOCATION$750SIOO005I oos iLEGALAIO 857iAnomey Fees $6.300 Sti.JOO 858 Operations & Advertising mo5400 u. ALLOCATION 56.650'6700

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Student Association Bill [SLE.34.49] Funds for BackYard Jam the Caribbean Student Association has brought many cultural programs and events to the Oswego Campus such as Bobby Marley BirthdayBash,Discussion on Immigration Laws and BackYard Jam; and STUDENTASSOCIATION 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 6 April 1999WHEREAS,(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410WHEREAS,BackYard Jam is oneofCSAmost successful events that CSA puts on for the Academic Year; andWHEREAS,many Oswego Student have corne to Backyard Jam over the many years and enjoyed the rich musical cultureofthe Caribbean; andWHEREAS,Backyard Jam is open to all students; andWHEREAS,Backyard Jam encompasses music, carnival, decoration and food(Free);WHEREAS,the Caribbean Student Association BackYard Jam has grown over the years. CSA still face the problemoflimited financial resource;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $4000 be transferred from Acct. #947 to Caribbean Student Association BackYard Jam Acct. #939.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the addendum given by the CSA serves as a line-by-line allocationofthe money in this bill. SUBMITTED BY: Phillip Brown SPONSORED BY: Kristen Benjamin, Esperanza Davis, Derek Buddie, Andrew Otto, Maryse Felix, Juliet Wilson SENATE ACTION PassedBY3N3A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15Apri11999 Date Signed by President .

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$4,500 $1,000 $500$2,000$200 $ 400 $ 500$100 Entertainer Sound and Stage DecorationsDJ(from the Caribbean) Carnival costumesBBQ/Cookfood Backyard Jam T Shirt Car rental for weekend Talent/fashion Show Dancehall King and Queen Pageant Best beach body contest Limbo contest Dance contest Prizes for the winnersofthe events -$50 Gift Certificate Security Hotel (6 rooms@$50.00 a night) Publicity Costume for Oswego CSA dance group $ 250$200$300$100$200TotaleSABackyardJamBudget Sponsorship from SAPBFundRaiser (bake salesandparty) Requested Student AssociationTotal$10,250$3,400 $2,500$350 $4,000$10,250

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/ studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCIATION".... ---------------------------Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 6 April 1999StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.34.50] 1999 BudgetAppropriationsWHEREAS,the Student Association Executive Branch has completed the budgetary process to formulate the budget allocations for the fiscal year 1999-2000; and ., WHEREAS,a bill for acceptanceofthe total allocations which the Senateofthe 34th Legislative Session has recommended must be passed in the formofa bottom line net allocation figure; andWHEREAS,it is the dutyofthe Legislative Branchofthe Student Association to pass an appropriations level for the next fiscal year;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the appropriations for the Fiscal Year 1999-2000 be as follows: Total Appropriations Income From Organizations Net Allocation $1,126,092 158.450 $ 967,642BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat the fee for the academic year 1999 2000 be set at $70.00 per semester for full-time undergraduate and graduate students, part-time undergraduate graduate students will pay $5.83 per credit hour, not to exceed $70.00. SUBMITTED BY: Budget Council SPONSORED BY; The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed 18YON2A :> DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT15April 1999 Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENTASSOCliATliON (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/ studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 20 April 1999OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY StudentAssociationBill[SLE.34.51]StudentAssociationCourseandFacultyInformationGuide(CFIG)WHEREAS,providing detailed information about courses and professors in the formofa guide will be academically beneficialtostudents; andWHEREAS,this guide would contain both information about the courses (provided by the faculty) and evaluationsofthe professors (provided by the students); andWHEREAS,SUNY Oswegoratedlast among SUNY colleges in last year's Student Satisfaction Survey in the categoryofadvisement, indicating that many Oswego studentsdonot believe that informationoncourses is readily accessible; and .WHEREAS,such a guide would clearupcourse requirementsandexpectations before students enter the classroom; andWHEREAS,public student evaluations featuring both quantitative and qualitative data will showcase our best faculty and reward quality instruction; andWHEREAS,the surveys that have been made are the productofover a year's discussion with faculty members,aswell as comparison with guides published at other institutions;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that SA publish a CourseandFaculty Information Guide this May, and that the Student Association OfficeofAcademic Affairs consider implementing this project in the springof2000. 4: BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat $},500 be transferred from Acct. #947 toanaccount tobecreated for the publicationofthe CFIG, and that 2000 guides beorderedwith these funds.BEITEVENFURTHERENACTEDthat these guides be sold for $2.00 at the Comer Store, OCT window, and the SA Office. a) The Senate will authorize free distributionifthe guides do not sell.. Matt Silverman, PresidentSENAlEACTION Passed 17Y 7N 4A BEITFINALLYENACTEDthat the Student Association DirectorofAcademic Affairs report to the Senate in the fallof1999 concerning the levelofsuccessofthis project. SUBMITTED BY: Matt Silverman, SA President SPONSORED BY: Joe Storch, Chris DavisDAlEPRESENTED TO PRESIDENT28April 1999 Date SignedbyPresident

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From: Sharon Gross,Ph.D.To: MatthewSllliennan Table1.SummaryofCosts (April 19, 1999)Date:4/19199Time:6:34:28AMAttitudeItemResearchOswego Performs Performs ssistancewithallforms$400 xurvey copies2500 x urveyadministration x>ata Entrv @$5/100 125SelectStudentComments @$2/class.-468 -160Professors'Statements@$1/statement80Results -Analyses Frequencies@$1/class80Means@$1/class80Differences @$1/class 80 :Over Desion x ayoutDesign1200.PageLayoutsTables@$.75/class604Comments@$1.5/class120ProfessorsStatements80studentDiffs@$1/classfullanalysis80IndexofProfs @S0.25/ 20 Master BookofMean Diffs CR$2Iclass <160.>Subtotal$2405 Printing 1000BookswI100pages18001500Booksw/100pages 2000BookswI100pages30502500BookswI100paces3800IShipping1000books1261500books 2000books .;11'-( 2500books266 ./IO{" I $5', 66 tot NOTE:Thesecostsarebasedonthefollowingassumptions:your80classesaretaughtby40professors.Youwanttopublisheither1000,1500,2000,or2500books.Thebooks will be8 x 11,perfectbind.Youwillprovidethecoverartforaone-colorprintjobonwhitestock.Alloftheinformationforeachclasswillbepresentedona singlepageyieldingatotalof100pagesforthebook.ThecolumnlabeledAttitude Research PerformsshowsthecostswhenAttitudeResearchperformsthenotedtasks.Thecolumnlabeled OswegoPedorms showsthetasks tobeperformed by yourpersonnelorthesavingsthat can accrue if yourpersonnelperformthetask.Theitemthatisbolded indicates thatyoumight chOO$e to exclude itandthecostisnotincludedinthe subtotal. Pleasebearinmindthatthefinalcostwillbebasedontheitemsthatyouchoosetoinclude, the finalnumberofclassesevaluated,andthenumberofpagesinthebook.Inaddition,ifyouchooseto have thebooksprintedyourselves.wewillprovideyouwiththecamera-ready-art.Ourtermsandconditionsare50%paymentuponourreceiptofthedataandthefinal50%dueandpayablewithin10daysfromthedatethebooks(orthe camera-ready-art)are delivered.ALATEFEEand intef'$t of 1.5%permonthwillbechargedaftertheduedate. The 'x' denotesthat this taskistobeaccomplishedbythe StudentAssociation.

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Professor's Name Department__(e.g.PSY) Course Number__(e.g. 350)FACULTY AND COURSE EVALUATIONS SPRING 1999NOTE:This evaluationisbeing conducted under the auspices of the Student Associationinorder to provide students with access to the class consensus. This survey is independent from departmental evaluations. Your responses are anonymous and confidential. Please be as honest as possible. Your thoughtful input will aid your fellow students. Respond by circling the number that best represents your answer. COURSE Strongly Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Not Agree Disagree Applicable1)I learned a lot in this course: SA AN D SD 2) I found the amount of work required to be reasonable: SA AN D SD 3) This course challenged me intellectually: SA A N D SD 4) I would recommend this course to other students SA AN D SD interestedinthis subject:5)Overall, I would givethis course a grade of: ABC DEPROFESSOR6) Professor's teaching techniques (e.g., discussions, SA AND SD lectures, presentations) motivated you to learn course material:7)Professorisavailable and helpful outsideofclass: SA A N D SDnJa8)Professor treats students fairly and with respect: SA A ND SD9)Overall, I would give this professor a grade of: ABC DESTUDENTINFORMATION:This section is necessary for statistical purposes. Responses are confidential, please answer honestly.10)Myclass level is:1)Freshman (2) Sophomore (3) Junior (4) Senior (5) Graduate11)About how many hours(1)0-3 (2) 4-6 (3) 7-9 (4) 10-12 (5) 13+ per week do you investinthis course outsideofclass?12)This class isinmy:(1)major (2)minor (3) concentrate (4) elective (5) other PLEASEWRITEOTHERCOMMENTSABOUTTHETHINGS YOU LIKEDORDISLIKED ABOUTTHISCOURSEORPROFESSOR: (LESS THAN 75 WORDS PLEASE)

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION COURSEANDFACULTY INFORMATION GUIDE, PROFESSOR'S SURVEY PLEASEFILLOUT ONE FORMFOREACH CLASS SECTION THAT YOU INSTRUCTProfessor's Name Course Department and Number Day and Time Numberofstudents enrolledinthis class this semester__Describe the basic course objectives and course description: (please limit to under 150 words) Please list any information about yourself that wouldbebeneficial to students. (e.g. educational background, research, awards, hobbies, etc.) r1)How many hours per week should students investinthis course outsideofclass?__2)How many teaching assistants are thereinthis class?__3)Whatisthe estimated costofbooks and materials for this class?__4)How often should students see you outsideofclass? (circle one) Never Rarely Occasionally Often Very Often5)Doyou use the plus/minus grading system? Yes No6)What typesoftests/exams do you give? (circle all that apply) Essay Short Answer Multiple ChoiceN/A7)Ifyou do not use tests/exams, how do you evaluate students? 8)What is the formatofthe class? (circle one) Almost all lecture Mostly lecture/some discussion Equal lecture/discussion Mostly discussion/some lecture Almost all discussion 9) By percentage, what is the grading breakdown for this course? Exams Papers/Reports__Attendance Presentations Participation Speeches__In Class Workffasks__Other _PLEASE RETURN VIA CAMPUSBY4/16/99 TO: Attn.: CFIG, Student Association 202 Hewitt Union

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/ studenta202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY ,.J""' _Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999StudentAssociationBill[SLE.34.52]AmendmenttotheBudget,Bill#48WHEREAS,A mathematical error exists in the budget that causes it to be unbalanced; andWHEREAS,this error is due to a miscalculation since a $10,000 income linewasadded to SAPB, but only $8,750 was added on to their accounts; andWHEREAS,this gap must be closed for our budget to be correct;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1,250 be added to Acct.776(SAPB Concerts) in the Student Association 1999-2000 Budget. SUBMITTED BY: Budget Council SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed 22YONOA DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT28April 1999 Date Signed by President

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGE Kf OSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION ......... Student Association Resolution [RES.34.1] ThankstoFaith ChaffeeStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 34th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 5 May 1998WHEREAS,Faith Chaffee has been the Media Center secretary for three years; andWHEREAS,Faith not only listens intently toallofour daily ills but she pulls our stressful lives into perspectivebylending a hand and greetingusallindiscriminately with a smile; andWHEREAS,the graduating Media Center students would like to give Faith a special thank you for the years that we have known her;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that Faith Chaffee be publicly thanked for all the advice, care and sincerity that she exhibits each and every day.SUBMITfEDBY: The Campus Media Center SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 7 May 1998

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(315)341-3601Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202 HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASOCKATKON Student Association Resolution [RES.34.2] Supreme ThanksStudent AssociationStateUniversityatOswegoSenate JAthL<;>SidJltive Ses:s:ion 1st Meeting 4 May 1998WHEREAS,Roy Mirenda has served the Student Association as a Senator, Associate Justice, and this yearasChief Justice; andWHEREAS,his devotiontothe Constitutionofthe Student Association and its principlesofjustice have brought us through hard times; andWHEREAS,his presence and value to the Student Association will be deeply missed;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that Roy Mirenda be thanked for all his work and wished well in all his future endeavors.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Roy Mirenda be granted Senator Emeritus by this body. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 7 May 1998



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.34.52] Amendment to the Budget, Bill #48 WHEREAS,A mathematical error exists in the budget that causes it to be unbalanced; andWHEREAS,this error is due to a miscalculation since a $10,000 income line was added to SAPB, but only $8,750 was added on to their accounts; andWHEREAS,this gap must be closed for our budget to be correct;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1,250beadded to Acct. 776 (SAPB Concerts) in the Student Association 1999-2000 Budget. SUBMITTED BY: Budget Council SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed 22YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 28 April 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASOCIATION COLLEGE M OSWEGO202HewittUnion SUNYOswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 34th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 5 May 1998www.oswego.edu/-scudenta (315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.34.1] ThankstoFaith Chaffee WHEREAS,Faith Chaffee has been the Media Center secretary for three years; andWHEREAS,Faith not only listens intentlytoallof our daily ills but she pulls our stressful lives into perspective by lending a hand and greeting usallindiscriminately with a smile; andWHEREAS,the graduating Media Center students would like to give Faith a special thankyou for the years that we have known her;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State University of New YorkatOswego that Faith Chaffee be publicly thanked for all the advice, care and sincerity that she exhibits each and every day. SUBMITTED BY: The Campus Media Center SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 7 May 1998 r !

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiON COLLEGE Kf OSWEGO202Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 34th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 4 May 1998www.oswego.edul-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.34.2] Supreme Thanks WHEREAS,Roy Mirenda has served the Student Association as a Senator, Associate Justice, and this year asChiefJustice; andWHEREAS,his devotion to the Constitutionofthe Student Association and its principlesofjustice have brought us through hard times; andWHEREAS,his presence and value to the Student Association will be deeply missed;THEREFOREBEIT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork at Oswego that Roy Mirenda be thanked for all his work and wished well in all his future endeavors.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Roy Mirenda be granted Senator Emeritus by this body. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The SenateBodySENATE ACTION Passed by AcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 7 May 1998

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STUDENT ASSOCRATRON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting 15September1998www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.34.3] Creationofthe Faculty Assembly Committee(FAC)WHEREAS,the Student Association has four voting seats on the Faculty Assembly; andWHEREAS,it is important that the studentsofOswego State University be informed about the activities and accomplishmentsoftheir faculty; andWHEREAS,it makes sense that a stable groupofactive students regularly fill these seats;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDbytheStudent Association SenateofOswego State University that this committee be formed and electedbythe Student Association Senate as follows:I.Committee Structure A. On the dayofcommittee elections (Sept. 22, 1998), the Senate shall elect four permanent representatives to attend all Faculty Assembly meetings during theSA34th legislative session.1.Any Oswego State student can be nominated for these seats.B.The Senate shall elect two alternate representativeswhowill attend Faculty Assembly meetings in the event that a permanent representative cannot attend.1.Any Oswego State student can be nominated for these seats. 2.Inthe event that oneofthe four permanent committee members cannot attend the Faculty Assembly meeting, the chairofthe committee will decide whichofthe two alternate members will attend.C.The chairofthis committee will be electedbythe Senate after the committee membershipiselected.1.The chair will be oneofthe four permanent members. II. Duties A. Representatives will attend all Faculty Assembly meetings.B.Thechair will report to the Senate after eachFAmeeting.C.The committee will see that the campus media is informedofthe issues discussed, and the implicationsofthe decisions made in these meetings.

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RES.34.3 Page 2BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat we recognize and uphold all the provisionsofArticle XUofthe Faculty By-Laws, including all policiesofreciprocity that deal with the faculty's right to representation in theSASenate.SUBMITIEDBY: Matt Silverman,SAVice President SPONSORED BY: The Senate-SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT16September 1998

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pher:l/gopher.Oswego ..... handbookJFH.bylaws.txt ART:ICLE X:I:I:I \ ,BTUDEN'l'PART:IC:IPAT:ION gopher:/Igopher.Oswego.EDU;70/00/abouUiUNY CU/tac.handbooklJ-H.bylaws.txtSection1.StudentRepresentationintheFacultyAssembly/FacultyRepresentationintheStudentAssociationSenate There shallbereciprocityofrepresentationintheFacultyAssemblyandtheStudentAssociationSenate. The studentbodyofthisCollegeshallbeentitledtofourrepresentativesontheFaculty Assembly whoshallservewithfullrightsandresponsibilities. These representativesshallbeelectedfromcurrentlyenrolledstudentswhohaveattendedthisCollegeforatleastoneyear. The StudentAssociationSenateshallberesponsiblefortheelectionoftheserepresentativesandthealternateforeachrepresentative. There shallbe.threeFacultyrepresentativesontheStudentAssociationSenatewhoshallservewithfullrightsandresponsibilities. These representativesshallbeelectedbytheFacultyAssemblyfromthevotingFacultyofthisCollege.Section2.StudentRepresentationonCouncilsoftheFacultyAssembly/FacultyRepresentationonStandingCommitteesoftheStudentAssociation There shallbeonestudentrepresentativeoneachofthefollowingCouncilsoftheFacultyAssembly. These studentsshallservewithfullrightsandresponsibilities,andtheyshallbeelectedbytheStudentAssociationSenate. The studentwhoservesontheGraduateCouncilshallbeagraduatestudent.AcademicPoliciesCouncilAdmissionsCouncilComputingServicesCouncilFacultyAdvisoryCounciltothePresidentGraduateCouncilLibraryCouncilPersonnelPoliciesCouncilStudentServicesCouncilSummerSessionsandContinuingEducationCouncil There shallbeoneFacultyrepresentativeoneachStandingCommitteeoftheStudentAssociation. These Facultymembersshallservewithfullrightsandresponsibilities,andtheyshallbeelected by theFaculty Assembly. Atitsoption,theFacultyAssemblymaychoosetoelectasitsrepresentativesindividualsfromtheProfessionalStaffGroup (NTP) orfromthestaffwithManagement/Confidentialclassification.Section3.RatificationThe provisionsofthisarticleshallbecomeeffectivewhenratifiedbytheStudentAssociationSenate. ART:ICLE X:rv ACADEM:ICPOL:IC:IESCOUNC:IL

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCRATRON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY www.oswego.edu/ studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 6th Meeting13October 1998(315)341-3601Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.34.4] A ResolutionofThanks to Todd DavenportWHEREAS,over the past three years, Todd Davenport has worked tirelessly to help SA provide quality entertainment to Oswego State students; andWHEREAS,Todd has been a loyal supporterofcampus programming efforts under the fonner Program Policy Board and most recently under the new Student Association Programming Board; andWHEREAS,October 10, 1998 marked Todd's last dayasConcerts Chairperson;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Student Association extend its sincere gratitude to Todd Davenport, a.k.a. DJ Tek, for his commitment in providing quality entertainment on the Oswego State University campus. SUBMITTED BY: SA Executive Board SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT14October 1998

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY ,..,-------------------------41 www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session11th Meeting17November 1998(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.34.5]Condemnthe UseofSweatshopLaborfor OSUProductsWHEREAS,recent research by the ILO (International Labor Organization), the GAO (General Accounting Office), and the New York State DepartmentofLabor, have reported that apparel is being produced in "sweatshops" across the world, in the United States, and in New York State; andWHEREAS,products bearing the trademarkofthe Oswego State University are ordered and sold by vendors like Auxiliary Services, Kraftees, and the athletics department with virtually no check on where they were manufactured and under what conditions; andWHEREAS,asa community that stresses social justice, we should do everything possible to discourage the useofsweatshops, and child labor; andWHEREAS,other universities such as Cornell University, the UniversityofNotre Dame, and SUNY Albany, have passed "codesofconduct" which check on the production methods used by manufacturers who supply goods to college vendors; andWHEREAS,the Oswego State University Foundation will be considering forming such a code at theDecember meeting of their Audit Sub-Committee;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Student Association strongly urge the foundation to adopt a "codeofconduct" by the endofthe 1998-1999 academic year, and thatinordertoobtain permission to use the Oswego Sate University trademarks, the college require that manufacturerssubmit an audit to ensure that they are not using sweatshop labor in any partofthe production process.BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat each audit contain the name and locationofevery plant, including subcontractor plants, engaged in the production and distributionofproducts bearing the Oswego State University trademarks along with the wage level and listingofbenefits provided to employees at each location.BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat these manufacturing companies report their findings to the University Foundation and the Student Association, and that Oswego State University condemn the useofsweatshop labor in producing products bearing the Oswego State University trademarks.

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RES.34.S Page 2BE ITFINALLY RESOLVEDthat copiesofthis resolution be sentto:Deborah Stanley, Oswego State Univeristy President; Joseph Grant, Vice President for Marketing and Development; Sandra Moore, ChairofAthletics Department; Mike Flaherty, General ManagerofAuxiliary Services; Susan Raby, College Store Manager; Greg Auleta, United University Professions; Kraftee's Bookstore, JimmyB'sPrintinglValti Graphics, NYPIRG, the Student Assemblyofthe State University, the Student Associationofthe State University (SASU), and the NYS Labor Religion Coalition. SUBMITTED BY: Matt Silverman, Student Association Vice President SPONSORED BY: Joe Storch, Gloria Toso, Jay Lopez, Ben Jakes-Johnson, Amanda Friedl SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT18November 1998

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CHILD LABOR AND SWEATSHOP FACTSI.International According to estimates by the International Labor Organization (ILO), the United Nations' agency charged with monitoring worker rights, at least250million children under the ageof15,halfofthem working full time, hold jobs that undermine their education and threaten their health or development. That is roughly one-quarter of all children ages5to15in poor developing nations where child labor is most prevalent.II.United States The General Accounting Office (GAO) has reported estimatesofsweatshops in major garment producing centers: III. New York ** * * NewYork City: In1994,the GAO reported an estimate that2,000ofthe6,000garment shops in New York City are sweatshops. Los Angeles: In1994,the GAO reported an estimate that4,500of5,000garment shops are sweatshops. Miami:400outofthe total500garment shops are sweatshops. 'EIPaso:50outof180are sweatshops. New Orleans:25outof100apparel firms are sweatshops.TheGAO also reported mat there are apparel sweatshopsinpartsofNewJersey, Chicago, Philadelphia,SanAntonio, and Portland, Oregon.Thefollowing information was obtained from the New York State Department of Labor for the period of January1, 1997to July31,1998:'APPARELINDUSTRYCHILD VisitsViolationsVisitsViolationsAlbany-0--070Binghamton-0--078Buffalo7 7331 Hempstead14 4 74Syracuse/Rochester-0--088 White Plains 36827

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STUDENTASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session11th Meeting 17 November 1998www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.34.7]CongratulationstoL.S.V.WHEREAS,on November 14, 1998 Nuestra Esperanza, the Latino Student Union hosted it's21st Annual Dinner; andWHEREAS,the dinner was absolutely outstanding as it featured performances by students and a special musical act; andWHEREAS,this event was distinguishedinits strivetopromote diversity as well as educate students about the Latin Culture, something which is a vital part to any higher education; andWHEREAS,inorder to properly recognize the tireless effortsoftheLSUexecutive board and the many other organizations that contributed to this exuberant event, a resolutionofthanks and congratulations is deemed necessary and appropriate;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Latino Student Union and its sponsors be formally congratulated for their outstanding efforts in hosting this year's successful and informative annual dinner. SUBMITTED BY: Senator Jay Lopez, College Community Relations Chair SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT18November 1998 it1A' < Wr -.ScottD.Wiley, President Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 13th Meeting 8 December 1998www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 .... Student Association Resolution [RES.34.8] Thank You Senator Friedl, and Good Luck WHEREAS,AmandaFriedl has servedasan Onondaga Hall Senator for two years; andWHEREAS,she has exhibited a high degreeofservice and dedicationtothe Senate; andWHEREAS,she will be leaving the Senatetostudy abroad in London next semester;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Amanda Friedl be thanked forallofher contributions to the Association.BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat we wish Amanda Friedl the bestofluck, and the bestoftimes in her London experience. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclaimation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 10 December 1998

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202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCKATKON"""_O_S_W_E_G_O_S_T_A_T_E_U_N_I_V_E_R_S_I_TY www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 26 January 1999Student Association Resolution [RES.34.9] ThankYouSenator Barrie(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410WHEREAS,Senator Barrie has served the Student Association for over three years with pride and dedication; andWHEREAS,he has always conducted himself in a kind and diplomatic way which fostered the productivity and unityofthe Senate; andWHEREAS,the Senate will miss Senator Barrie and the long-standing relationship that we have shared with him;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that this body sincerely thank Senator Barrie for every secondoftime that he has dedicated to this association.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Unisa Barrie be wished the bestofluck in all his future endeavors.BE IT EVEN FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Senator Unisa Barriebegranted Senator Emeritus by this body. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION By Acclamation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 27 January 1999 Scott D. Wiley, President d-/ / / CjCj Date Signed by President

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.34.10] oppoSe the Cuts to Financial AidandSUNY Proposedbythe Governor's Executive Budget202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 34th Legislative Session 15th Meeting 2 February 1999STUDENT ASOCIATION.... ,-=O....::.S_W_E_G_O_S_T_A_T_E_U_N_I_V_E_R_S_IT_Y www.oswego.edu/ studentaWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,the governor's budget proposal cuts $133 million dollars from the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), amounting to more than a 20% decrease in the state's main financial aid program that provides needy student with access to SUNY schools; and the proposed budget also will force students receiving TAP to pay for 25%oftheir tuition, and this is a backwards step from the current policy which requires that students pay only 10%oftheir tuition; and the proposed budget will also force students to take15credits to receive TAP, more than the current 12 credits required; this will make it extremely difficultforeconomically disadvantaged students to work jobs topayoffthe 25%oftheir tuition that TAP will not cover; andWHEREAS,the proposed budget also cuts an additional$31million dollars from SUNY's operating budget for unspecified reasons that the governor described as partof"continued efforts to improve cost-efficiency and productivity", e.g. down-sizing; andWHEREAS,allofthese proposals undermine the missionofSUNY system, and stand in sharp contrast with SUNY's principlesofaffordability, access, and quality;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDthat the Student Association SenateofOswego State University stands strongly opposed to allofthe governor's budget proposals stated above in this resolution.BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat we urge our representatives in the State Senate and the State Assembly to protect the studentsofSUNY Oswego by:.. .,,, - Restoring TAP funding to at least its current level Restoring the capOnTAP to above 90% Keeping the numberofcredits required to receive TAP at 12 credit hours Preventing the$31million cut to the SUNY budget Supporting initiatives during legislation that will boost SUNY funding and make attending SUNY more affordable for all the peopleofNew York SUBMITTED BY: Matt Silverman, SA Vice President, Joe Storch, Johnson Hall Senator The Black Student Union, NYPIRG SPONSORED BY: The Senate BodySENATE ACTIONPassed21YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT3February1999

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202Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY www.oswego.edu/ studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 17th Meeting 16 February 1999(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.34.11] Thank You Dominique Du-Plessis WHEREAS,Dominique Du-Plessis has served since last spring as the Senate Clerk,whenshe arrivedonher first day to sit through an eighthourbudget meeting; andWHEREAS,besides serving as an excellent Senate Clerk, she has involved herself in other capacities, such as Faculty Assembly andNYPIRG,to represent and serve the needsofstudents; andWHEREAS,her presence and work has been a valuable asset to the Senateandwill be sincerely missed;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that we wholeheartedly thank Dominique Du-Plessis forallofher work, and her dedicationtothe Senate and the studentsofthis college. Date SignedbyPresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 19 February 1999SENATEACTION PassedbyAcclamation SUBMITTED BY:TheExecutive BranchSPONSOREDBY: The Body

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 34th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 March 1999 www.oswego.edu/ studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociationResolution[RES.34.12]SAJoinTakeBackDemocracyCampaignWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,NewYork's democracyisthreatened by powerful special interest groups that spend millionsofdollars in lobbying expendituresandcampaign contributions each year to unduly influence the legislature; and while the restofthe nation has improved state laws that monitor and regulate lobbying, New York's laws have remained largely unchanged over the past two decades; and New York State isnot among the many states andCongress that have taken measures to ensure that lobbyists do not wield undue influence on lawmakers; and the New York ''Temporary'' State Commission on Lobbying desperately needs better enforcement powersasrecently demonstratedbyits inability to punish the Tobacco Institute for failing to disclose over $400,000 in lobbying expenditures; and the law creating New York's lobbying regulations and the 22-year old New York "Temporary" State Commission on Lobbying expires this year; and the Integrity in Government Act (A-1161, Grannis) would make the ''Temporary'' Lobby commission a permanent state agency; grant it enhanced powersofaudit arxl enforcement; expand the definition of lobbying to include state agenciesandlocal governments; ban campaign contributions from lobbyists during the legislative session; limit lobbyists to givingnomore than $250 per election cycle to candidates; and ban gifts from lobbyists and their clients to lawmakers;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDthat the Student AssociationofOswegoState University join theTake Back DemocracyCampaign.BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat the Student Association support the passageofthe Integrity in Government Act, A-1161.BEITFIN ALLYRESOLVEDthat copiesofthis resolution be sent to Governor George Pataki, Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Assemblymember Pete Grannis, State Senator James Wright, Assemblywoman Frances Sullivan, and theTake Back DemocracyCampaign. BY: Joseph Storch, Johnson Hall Senator; and NYPIRG SJ>ONSORED BY:Sam Reister, Dave Meirowitch, Derek Buddie SENATE ACTION Passed 12YON3A/DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 3 March 1999 .

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON__ OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 20 April 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.34.13] Congratulations to President Wiley WHEREAS,for the durationofthe 1998 -1999 academic year, Scott Wiley served the Student Association as a strong voice for the student bodyofOswego State University; andWHEREAS,throughout his college career he has been an active participant in our college communityinmany capacities, such as a Student Orientation Leader and a Resident Assistant to name a few; andWHEREAS,as President he has ensured that the Student Association continuesonits pathofsuccess and promise;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Scott D. Wiley be formally congratulated and commended for his service as Presidentofthe Student Association. SUBMITTED BY: Saleem Cheeks, Officeofthe Vice President Molly Casey, Officeofthe DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 22 April 1999 .. Matt SI verman, PreSIdent Dat(:i9-=p't:f":-re -:'"sid""""'e-nt---

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION, OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 34th legislative Session 25th meeting 20 April 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-Student Association Resolution [RES.34.14] Thanks! WHEREAS,LizMcGrath, Mary Jo Ford, Cyndia Donovan, and Faith Chaffee are crucial to the operationsofStudent Association; andWHEREAS,they have dedicated an untold amountoftime to the Association so that our senators are informed, are business obligations are taken care of, and the studentsofOswego and our organizations get the services they need; andWHEREAS,without their service to the Student Association, the studentsofOswego would be at a tremendous loss;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe Oswego State University that Mary Jo Ford,LizMcGrath, Cyndia Donovan, and Faith Chaffee receive recognitionofour appreciation for their dedicated service to the Student Association.SUBMIITEDBY: SPONSORED BY: The Executive Branch The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 22 April 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON_-::..O-=S...:.:W-=E:..:::G:...:O=-.:..S-=-T A:..:..T_E_U_N_IV_E_R_S_I_T_Y__ -:-:-:--:-;:-::-_;*I 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaSenate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999StudentAssociationResolution[RES.34.15]ElectionAssistanceCommendations(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,itisnearly impossible for any election anywhere to occur and have everyone involved completely happy at the end; and for better or worse the elections are over and finalized; andnomatter what the outcome, an election is a process that cannot be carried out by anyone without the help of many, many people; and without the following people the election would have been impossible: Hank Babcock and Michael Ross for their infinite help and wisdom throughout all aspectsofthe election; The Election Committee members who worked long hours to make the election as successful as it was; Ellen Wahl and the Volunteers and staff at R.S.V.P. for their help in running the electionassmoothly as possible; All those at Auxiliary Services and Residence Life and Housing for all their help, especially with the last minute complications and special requests; The various members ofWNYO, WTOP, and the LEAD Center, without whom the debates would not have been possible; All those at the NYPIRG Office who made the Voter's Guide possible; And finally Mary Jo and Liz who stopped me from killing myself every time a new problem arose with the election;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the above mentioned people and those individuals we may have forgotten receive our extreme gratitude for all that they and their staff didtohelp this be a successful election.BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat the Association recognize that an AllCampus Electioncould not be held without the contributionsofall those mentioned above.BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat a copyofthis resolution be sent to those mentioned as a gestureofThank You on behalfofthe Student Association. SUBMITTED BY: Sam T.g. Reister, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENA1EACTION .'"'" Passed 15YINOADA1EPRESENlEDTO PRESIDENT 28 April 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34thLegislative Session 27thMeeting 27 April 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410'. ." -Student Association Resolution [RES.34.16] Student Association CondemnationofHigh School Massacre WHEREAS,on the morningofTuesday April 20th1999, in Littleton, Colorado there was a horrible attack on the students and facultyofColumbine High School; andWHEREAS,onApril 20th:Cassie Bernall, Steven Curnow, Isaiah Shoels, Corey DePooter, Kelly Fleming, Matthew Kechter, Daniel Mauser, Daniel Rohrbough, Rachel Scott, John Tomlin, Lauren Townsend, Kyle Velasquez, and teacher William Sanders all lost their lives in the attack; andWHEREAS,this senseless lossoflife has left a nation outraged, and the effectsofwhat occurred at Columbine High reaches far beyond the bordersofLittleton, Colorado and has an impact on allofour lives; andWHEREAS,weasa body would be remissifwe did not take the time to pay our respects to those that have lost their lives;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that a momentofsilence is observed upon the passageofthis resolution, for those that have died and their families.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat the Student Association send its condolences to a town official in Littleton, Colorado so that the peopleofLittleton, and the families that are dealing with their losses know that we are with them, and they are kept in our thoughts.BE IT EVEN FURTHER RESOLVEDthat this resolution serve as a formal condemnationofthe attack that occurred at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado on Tuesday April 20th,1999. SUBMITfED BY: Saleem M. Cheeks, Officeofthe Vice President Ben Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 28 April 1999 ====-MattSiVef1ilaIl President

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STUDENTASSOCliATliON...."'" OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-Student Association Resolution [RES.34.17] Thank you to Senator Allers WHEREAS,Senator Tim Allers has been serving the studentsofOswego State for over three yearsasa senator; andWHEREAS,his humor has often lightened the moodofa legislative body that at times takes itself too seriously; andWHEREAS,Senator Allers is graduating and he will be sorely missed;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Senator Tim Allers be thanked for all his hard work.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Senator Tim Allers be wished the bestofluck in allofhis future endeavors.SUBMITIEDBY: The Executive Branch SENATE ACTION Withdrawn .....,....

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON.... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-Student Association Resolution [RES.34.18] Thank you to Senator BenjaminWHEREAS,the distinguished Senator Kristen Benjamin willbeleaving the senate body at the endofthis year; andWHEREAS,over her long tenure in the senate she has been vocal on many issues and brought to light problems facing the Student Association that might have otherwise been overlooked; andWHEREAS,her dedication to the student body serves as a model, not only for Senators, but for all leaders in our college community;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Senator Kristen Benjamin be thanked for all the hard work and dedication that she has given to the Oswego community.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Senator Kristen Benjamin be wished the bestofluck in allofher future endeavors.BE IT EVEN FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Senator Kristen Benjamin be granted Senator Emeritus by this body. SUBMITfED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body -SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 28 April 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date Sigried by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION__ OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 Student Association Resolution [RES.34.19] Thank you to Senator Jay LopezWHEREAS,Senator Jay Lopez began his involvement with the Student Association when he first arrived on campus in his freshman year with a spirit and tenacity that has only benefited the student bodyofOswego State; andWHEREAS,he has been a driving force behind the improvements in the Off-Campus Association, and he has played a significant role in therefonnofSenate procedure, while at the same time serving his constituency via the College Community Relations Committeeofwhich he served as chair for two years; andWHEREAS,Senator Jay Lopez will no longer serve in the capacityofSenator, and his presence and dedication to this body will be truly missed;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Senator Jay Lopez be thanked for all the hard work he has put into the Student Association, and be commended for his dedication to the studentsofOswego State.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Senator Jay Lopezbewished the bestofluck in all his future endeavors. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 18YINlAThe Executive Branch The Senate Body Matt Silvennan, PresidEi? DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 28 April 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION, OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999www.oswego.edu/ -studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.34.20] Thank youtoSenator Sam Reister WHEREAS,the Senate often has problems recruiting dedicated senators; andWHEREAS,Senator Sam Reister has served as an outstanding Senator for four years; andWHEREAS,throughout his timewith the Student Association he has been involved with various committees, and boards, tirelessly working on behalfofthe student body; andWHEREAS,through his fairness in judgement, concern for all students, and his honesty, he has embodied what students want in a student leader;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Senator Sam Reisterbethanked for his unyielding devotion to the Student Association.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Senator Sam Reister be wished the bestofluck in allofhis future endeavors.BE IT EVEN FURTHER RESOLVEDthat SenatorSamReister be granted Senator Emeritus by this body. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: The Executive Branch The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 28 April 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edul-studenta202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCIATION""... ----------------------,Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.34.21] RecognitionofSeniorSenatorsWHEREAS,for many students in their senior yearofcollege, it is difficult to find the extra time needed to include anything other than academics into their focus; andWHEREAS,Senators: Maryse Felix, Keith Heptig, Andrew Otto, and Juliet Wilson have made the time to incorporate serving as Senators into their hectic schedules; and WHEREAS,ifthey did not serve in the Senate, that body would have lost valuable perspectives on various issues facing theStudent Association and Oswego State;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Senators: Maryse Felix, Keith Heptig, Andrew Otto, and Juliet Wilson be recognized and thanked for their service to theiroff-campus constituencies and the Student Association.THEREFORE BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat they all be wished the bestofluck in alloftheir future endeavors. SUBMIITED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation Matt Silverman, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 28 April 1999 Date Signed by President

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202 He\\itt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Resolution [RES.34.22] Improving Campus CommunicationSTUDENT ASSOCIATION Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410" WHEREAS,communication is a big issue forallstudents at Oswego State University; andWHEREAS,many students find that they are unaware of on campus and off campus events that interest them; andWHEREAS,most communication mediums presently used such as flyers, mailings, and posters can become extremely costly; andWHEREAS,all Oswego State University students are automatically given an e-mail account ending in @oswego.edu upon enrollment; andWHEREAS,a weekly majordomo e-mail listingallcampus events known as the "Campus Life E-vents List," is already published by the DepartmentofCampus Life,125Hewitt Union, and mastered by Shelley Manley (rmanley@oswego.edu) and sent out to all interested students; andWHEREAS,to add more students to this majordomo list would cost little, be very cost effective, and may make students more awareofcampus events;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that we strongly encourage Shelley Manley and the departmentofCampus Life to automatically addtothis Campus E-vents list all Oswego State students that have an @oswego.edu e-mail account.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat students will have the optionofremoving themselves from this e-mail account simply by requesting removal withane-mailtothe list master (rmanley@oswego.edu).BE IT FINALLY RESOLVEDthat copiesofthis resolution be sent to the departmentsofCampus Life, Student Services, Telecom, Instructional Computing, Networking, Admissions, and to President Stanley for approval and hopefully encouragement. SUBMITTED BY: Joseph Storch, Johnson Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Tim Allers SENATE ACTION Tabled

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StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.34.23] A SupremeThankYoutoJaimeFiacco(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.eduj-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCIATION.,.""""" ----------------------,WHEREAS,Jaime Fiacco has served the Student Association for two years, first as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court, and this year as the Chief Justice; andWHEREAS,her impartial presence in the court promoted stability within the Student Association; andWHEREAS,during her tenure she has assisted countless student organizations and helped many senators with their concerns and questions; and .;-. WHEREAS,shehas defended and held true to the principlesofourconstitution through both calm and hectic times; andWHEREAS,her presence will be missed by everyone in the Student Associationwhohas benefited from her outstanding service;THEREFOREBE IT RESOL VEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Jaime Fiacco be thanked forallofher dedication and service to the Student Association.BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat Jaime Fiacco be wished the bestofluck in law school and in allofher future endeavors.BEITFINALLY ENATCTEDthat Jaime Fiacco be granted Justice Emeritus by this Body. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Leeanne Kostra, Ben Jakes-Johnson, Gloria Toso SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation Matt Silvennan, President DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 28 April 1999 Date Signed by President-

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.34.24]ThankYouBrianDonovanSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY """'---------------------------.u www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-WHEREAS,Brian Donovan has served wholeheartedly as the Student Association's DirectorofCommunications for two consecutive administrations; andWHEREAS,during this period he has been the driving force behind the creationofthe SA website, the organizationofinvolvement fairs, the publicationofthe SA Notes Newsletter, the promotionofSAPB events, and publicity for the Student Association; andWHEREAS,he has formed a well-structured office which has established ambitious goals and expectations for future directors to pursue; andWHEREAS,he will not be easily replaced, and he will never be forgotten by this body;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Brian Donovan be thanked forallofhis service and dedication to the Student Association.BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat Brian Donovan be wished the bestofluckinhis career path andinallofhis future endeavors. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 28 April 1999 Date Signed by President

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StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.34.25]ThankYou Molly CaseySTUDENT ASSOCKATK-ON.... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 27 April 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 .. WHEREAS,Molly Casey has served as the Student Association's Director-of Finance for two years, including summers, where she has dedicated countless hoursofher time to the fmancial healthofthe organization; andWHEREAS,she took office in the summerof1997 during a turbulent financial period for the Association, and since then she has transformed this organization into one that has become fiscally responsible and stable; andWHEREAS,Molly has always greeted students with a smile and gone outofher way to help organizations with their financial concerns; andWHEREAS,she has served the Association with professional skills that are hard to find in student organization leaders; andWHEREAS,her graduation will leave a void in the Association that will never be totally filled;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Molly Casey be thanked for the yearsofservice and dedication that she has provided to the Student Association.BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat Molly Casey be wished the bestofluck in her career and in allofher future endeavors. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Standing Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 28 April 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President =?:>



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Student Association Oswego StateIAniversitfj34th [egis/ative Session1998-1999ScottD. Wile0Jpresident)1;[attSilvermanJ Vice president )1;[0110Case0JDirector of jinance

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(315) 341Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edul-studenta 202HewittUnion SUNYOswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 34th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 5 May 1998AGENDA1.Call to Order2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silvel1llan, Vice President Sam Reister, Crew Team Representative ...! 6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports8.Special Orders SLE.34.19.New Business RES.34.1, RES.34.2 10. Public Comment and AnnouncementsII.Adjournment '-

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(315)341-3601Fax (315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202 Hewitt Union SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGE Kf OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 34th LegislativeSession 1st Meeting 5 May 1998MinutesNo amendments to minutes. The meeting was called to order at 6:35 p.m. with 14 senators present. Vice-President's Report Silverman: Senate training for senators willbenext semester. Senate e-mail set up. Crew team representative. Sam Reister: Talk about transferinbill. Money was left over, and we would now liketouse the money to possiblybuyrowing machines and update docks, which are currentlyinsad condition. Questions? President's report Wiley: Welcome to all new senators. Vetoed billn.Calledforreviewofthree year plans for the Blackfriars, WTOP and the Oswegonian,aswellasBill56.No sufficient needforbill 56 Unnecessary financial burden. Recommend replacement fund. Uttle:Doyou have information about Dirt Day? Wiley:Atthis time no entertainment acts canbeconfirmed. Dirt Day willbeheldonSunday, May 17, from 1p.m. to6p.m. A contract shouldbefinalized with BayshoreGrovesoon. Note that only the new senators.forthis legislation can use senators privileges. CongratulationstoAllison Zarecki. Congratulations toaUfora successfulMayday. Special thanks to Sam HanesandMark Nahorney and everyone else that helped out. Encourage all to come to function for Dean Wassenaar on May 8th 3:30-5:3Opm. Waiting before signing bill 65. Toso: Where will the functionforDean Wassenaarbeheld? Wiley: Lakeside and it willbecasual. Any other concerns?123 No amendments to agenda.45678910111213 14 15 16 17 18 192021222324252627282930

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31Thanks.3233Finance Report34Molly Casey reported the following balances:35Account#915:-$33,271.2336Account#916:-$44,315.0037Reister:Willveto affect this balance?38Casey:Yes.39Committee Reports40CollegelCommunity Relations committee: Nothing toreport.41Elections committee: Nothing toreport.42Finance committee: Nothing toreport.43HealthandSafety committee:Newvendors for blue lights.44LongRangePlanning committee: Submitting final proposal to Dean45Wassenaar regardingvans.4647Special Orders48SLE.34.1: Transfer WithinCrew.49Waivereading.50Sponsors:Toso,Friedole51Friedole:Urgeto pass52Toso:Calltoquestion53Billpasses unanimously, with 1 abstention.54Reister:Reasonfor abstaining,Iwroteit.55 56Newbusiness57RES.34.1: ThankstoFaithChaffee.58Sponsored by thebody.59Passby acclamation.6061RES.34.2:Supreme Thanks.62Reister:Amend,Beit furtherresolved,Senator Emeritus status.63Second.64Callto question.65Billpasses unanimously.66Passby acclamation.6768Public commentandannouncement69Goldowski: Congratulationstoallnew senators.Havea great year. See70youallnextyear.71Reister:Echoedwhat Goldowskisaid.Keepinmindthat senatorshave72the power to overturn president'sveto.73Benjamin: Therearesenators missing atmeeting.Attendance policy74applies.75Chief JusticeRoyMirenda:Goodluck toallsenators. Thankyou.

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-76Wiley:Congratulations.Havea greatsummer.NYPIRGreinstated.77Cheeks:Congratulationstoallnewsenators.78Nahorney:Seeeveryoneinfall.ToMatt,happy toworkwithyou.Wish79allwell.8081Meetingadjournedat 6:56p.m.

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STUDENTASSOCIATION _OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126Student Association OswegoState University Senate 34th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting15September 1998 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/ studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54103. ApprovalofAgenda 4. ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silverman, Vice President Roosevelt Mohammed, Asst. DeanofStudents for the LEAD Center Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance 7. New Business SLE.34.2, SLE.34.3, SLE.34.4, RES.34.3 8. Public Comment and Announcements9.Adjournment

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STUDENTASSOCJIATJION .... OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting15September 1998www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Asst. Dean for LEAD Center, Roosevelt Mohammed: Welcome.Assenators playing a honorable role on behalfofstudent body. Maximum leadership experience. Expand resource base, ask questions, gather information. Office at 214 Hewitt. Thank you. VicePresident's report Silverman: Sunday Senators training, 11-4:30 p.m., September 20th at Fallbrook. Bring binders, notify MaryJoifyou miss it. Mandatory unless makeanappointment with VP. Resolution elections next week. SA vote on seats. Outlines, 4 representatives, 2 alternatives. Committee elections next week. 60%oflegis1ation on data base. Funds outofVPaccount. Recommend finishing21it. Conaway: What would be different than on paper? Silverman: All bills will be on disk in entirety. Safety precaution regarding records being destroyed due to fire, for example. Another bill will be drawn up. Showofhandsofsenators whowon'tbe attending training. Reister: NYPIRG 3 years? Wiley: Now 1 year. Next week Auxiliary Board directors.-1 The meeting was called to order at 6:06 p.m. with 22 senators present.23 Amendment to agenda: Bill 4 was removed from agenda. 4 5Noamendments to minutes.67 President's report 8 Wiley: Welcome back. Next week 1st annual address. Introduced Jaime Fiacco, 9 SA supreme chief justice, only returning judge. Hours: M 11:30-12:30, 3-4, W 10 Introduce executives next week. Renewed Centro and NYPIRG contracts.1112131415161718192022232425262728 2911:30-12:30. Input?

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Silverman: Suggestifmiss training to see Molly for overview. SLE.34.3: Funds for Gospel Choir Fall Concert Sponsors: Braxton, Benjamin, Barrie, Johnson, OttoNewbusiness SLE.34.2: PurchaseofTBCSponsors: Reister, Friedl, Barrie RES.34.3: Creationofthe Faculty Assembly Committee (FAC) Motion to sponsor by the body Sponsors: Body Call to question Second Passed by the body Finance RkP0rt Molly Casey reported the following balances, note thenewaccount numbers: Account #947:$17,499 Account #948:$5,000 Casey: MiddleofTier 2 budget. Bill 5, passed last fall, not being followed. Second FridayinSeptember budget forms due. Saturday budget council meet organizations,9-3. Monday, 21st, will receive recommendations.NewAuditors will come to senate October 6th. Finance assistants: Bill MacDonald and Chris Davis. NYPIRG Project Coordinator, Michelle Gulley: Campaign voter registration. Wellonwayofbreaking record. Oct 6-8 NYPIRG College Blitz. 303 Culkin has forms. NYPIRG information meeting, September 24th, 7 p.m. Hewitt room 217. Homeless Outrage campaign, for more information contact James McDougal October 8th Musical festival, Sheldon Park. Lakeshore clean up, September 23rd approx. 4 p.m. Other programs, Clean Air bill, Global warming, Consumer Toy safety, Higher education. New, WTOP slot Saleem Cheeks educateonvoting, community issues etc. Officeat215B Hewitt, X4495. Thank you. Silverman: Pro Temp needs tobeelected. Wiley: Pointofinformation, explain function ProTemp. Silverman: Replace President or Vice-President in caseofabsence. Reister, Benjamin and Wittman were nominated. Ballots distributed. Results, Reister-8, Benjamin-7, Wittman-7.31Silverman: Email list setup, Sunday codes will be provided. Decisions should 32bemade as a group. Questionsonhowtowrite bills etc., shouldbedirected 33 towards Saleem Cheeks. 34 35 36 37 38 39 404142 43 44 454647 48 49 50515253545556 57 58 59 6061626364 65 66 67 68 69 707172 73 74

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I75Public comments and announcement76Reister: Thanks for electingme.77Allers: Motiontoadjourn78Wiley: Involvement fair lOa.m.-3p.m, Thursday.79Benjamin: Will therebecars goingtoFallbrook?80Silverman: Make arrangements for transportation.81Meeting adjourned at7:12p.m.

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STUJDJENTASSOCliATliON, OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting 22 September 1998 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinuteswww.oswego.edu/ studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54105. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President StateofAssociation Address Matt Silverman, Vice President Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator Tim Thomas, Men's Volleyball Club Committee Elections6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance Tier 2 Budget Appeals 7. Special Orders SLE.34.48.Old Business SLE.34.2, SLE.34.3 9. New Business SLE.34.5,SLE.34.6, SLE.34.7 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment-

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION.. __ __ *1 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34thLegislative Session3rdM.eetmg 22 September 1998 Minutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101.2.3.4.5.6.7.8. 9.10. 11.12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.21.22.23. 24. 25.26.27. 28. 29. 30.31.32.33.34. 35.-36.37. 38. 39. 40. The meeting was called to order at 6:03 p.m. with20senators present. No amendments to agenda No amendments to minutes. President's report Wiley: Student Associate 1stAnnual Address, NYPIRG&Centro contracts renewed.SAclubs and leadership activities. Introduced Allison Zarecki for SAPB, Brian Donovan, Communications Director. Student Association is Greek friendly, Laura Kinsley. Associate Justice, Jaime Fiacco. Any questions? Official Chief Justice. Still need one more Associate Justice.Inclosing, want to highlight that I make mistakes. Vice-President's report Silverman: Senate training went well.Ifmissed training, come see me. Want to clear two Points that was brought upattraining, first, Jurisdiction over impeachment. Recall, Off-campus community deal with Off-campus senators. In constitution, thus Supreme Court jurisdiction. Secondly, refer to Article 4, referendum or senate body. Recyclable bins in classroom, next week Lanigan willtryto do recycling. Barrie: In caseofimpeachment, do all senators have to be present? Silverman: Refer to Article 4. Michelle Gulley, NYFIRG: Tomorrow, Lakeshore clean-up, 4pm, meet at 215B. Thursday, 7 pm, 217 Hewitt, General interest meeting. Voter registration, broke record with 454. For Higher education issue, need 2,500 signatures at university level and 50,000 at state level. Purposeisto reduce tuition, increase financial aid. Tim Thomas, Volleyball: Awarenessofclub increasing, currently one net for 20 students at Lee hall. Two netsatSwetman will allow more flexibility regarding practice times etc.Iftwo nets are purchased a $1,000 discount will apply. One net, no discount. Reister: Life expectancyofnets? Thomas: 8-10 years. Wittman: Do you own the nets currently being used? Thomas: No, the nets move with the women's team to Laker. Mahorney: Brand new net system at Lee hall by state. Women's team brought their own equipment. Swetman would be better for men's volleyball. JakesJohnson: Are you hosting any volleyball tournaments at Oswego? Thomas: Hosting 2 tournaments, in Lee and Swetman 2-16 teams, $7 per team. Wiley: Do you pay to use Swetman? Thomas: No fee at Lee or Swetman. Nets would be in Swetmanifpurchased. Silverman: SLE.33.7 Funding for Legislature Typists, looking for experienced typist, legislation on disk. Last year's typist very disorganized. Minimum wage. Saleem Cheeks to

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4l.42.43.44.45. 46.47. 48. 49. 50.5l.52.53.54.55.56. 57.58.59.60.61. 62.63.64. 65.66._67.68. 69. 70.71. 72.73. 74. 75.76.77.78. 79.80.81.82.83. 84. 85. 86.87.88.89. 90.91.92.93. 94. 95. 96.97.oversee project. Questions? Committee elections: College Community Relations Committee Chair Lopez Elections CommitteeChair-Reister Long Range Planning Committee Chair Morgan 8, Jakes-Johnson12Procedure and Finance Committee Chair Hornick 10, Benjamin 9 Health and Safety Committee Chair McCabe1,Benjamin 6, Wittman 12,FriedliRecruitment Committee Chair Morgan 11, Braxton 9 Faculty Assembly Committee, 4 permanent seats: Vigeant 8DuPlessis 12 Allers 8+VPvote Hanford 16 Benjamin11Yerger 7 Faculty Assembly Committee, Chair: Du Plessis 3 Allers2Hanford 8 Benjamin 5 Faculty Assembly Committee, 2 alternative seats: Vigeant 5 Silverman 9 Yerger 7 Cheeks11Finance report Molly Casey reported the following balances: Account#947: $ 17,499 Account#948: $ 5,000 Casey: Regarding, SLE.33.5, Budget meeting Saturday,28organizations. Tonight 3 organizations appealing. No funds set aside for appeals, funds willbetaken from other organizations. Storyteller's Guild representative: Disappointed about amountoffunds. Need funds to rent space, etc, for Murder Mystery. Would like to take funds from account 947, not to hurt other organizations. Storyteller's Guild is a drug-free, alcohol-free group. Positive influence. Friedl: Members? Storyteller's Guild rep: Increased membership. Reister: Talk to SAPB Wiley: Recommend you work with History club/department. Fundraising? Storyteller's Guild rep: Halloween ball collected $40. Volleyball club: Appeal for additional $ 600. Need additional funds for uniforms, travel expenses, National competition, league fees, referees. Balls are in poor condition. Wiley: Have you tried sponsors? Volleyball rep: Nike said club is too small. Currently, trying to work with IBM. Wiley: Try local organizations. Volleyball rep: Good chance togoto Nationals, then sponsors are more likely. Psychology club: Asking for additional $100. EPA conference. $140 in account now. 35 new members and 30 previous members. Jakes-Johnson:Doyou hold any Fundraising events? Psychology club: Yes, bake sales, flower sales etc. Wiley: Are the funds only for theconference? Psychology club: Yes. Casey: Recommend that money for appeals tobetaken outofaccount 947. Barrie: Is tonight the only night for appeals?Casey:Budget appeal form deadline today. Access to them for senators tomorrow.

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SLE34.4 Waive reading Sponsored by the body Bill passes unanimously Old business Special orders 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 98. No, even though organizations have been told that tonight was the last night. Bill #5, maximum ",-. 99. amount $3835. Bill #4, no reason to wait longer. Bill #2, Expenses lower than expected. 100. $1,300 left, want to use leftover to buy something else. Just need to authorization to purchase. 101. Bill #3, Expensive to buy t-shirts, promote organizations. When promotional, 1/2 should be 102. Paid by students. 103. 104. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. ___ 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129.130.131.132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139.140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. SLE.34.2 PurchaseofTBC Waive reading Sponsors: Reister, Friedl, Barrie Reister: Vote yes. Friedl:Itis only a transfer. Vote yes. Barrie: I recommend to pass. Call to question Second Passed by the body SLE.34.3 Funds for Gospel Choir fall Concert Waive reading Objection Favorofwaiving:10Oppose: 7 Braxton: Yield to Aunree Aunree: Want to rebuild choir, concert will help. 50 members registered now. Zarecki: Recommend fundraiser. Lopez: Pointofinfonnation. How many t-shirts? Aunree: 55 t-shirts Barrie: Gospel Choir is an important organization. Johnson: Yield Otto: Asking for less. Reconsider budget. Reister: Motion to table bill, until numbers are finalized. Withdraw motion to table bill. Strongly recommend amendment and pass. Barrie: Amend line 21, change to 400, line 22, change to 250, cut line 24 and 25, amend total $1550. Second Amendment passes unanimously Call to question Second Bill passes17for, 1 against. New business SLE.34.5 Annual Tier 2 Funding Disbursement Waive reading Second Sponsoredbythe body SLE.34.6 Additional Funds for Volleyball Club Waive reading Second Sponsors: Friedl, Reister, SLE.34.7 Funding for Legislature Typists

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_ 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167.-Waive reading Second Sponsored by the body Public comments and announcements Reister: Meetings are not usually this long. Cheeks: Urge senators to check their mailboxes. Zarecki: This week no movie, due to the ALANA conference. Silverman: Reminder to anyone who missed the training to see him. Barrie: Motion to adjourn Second Meeting adjourned at8:19 p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCRATRON.OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 4th Meeting 29 September 1998AGENDA1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Pres. Deborah F. Stanley Bob-Casper,'CareerSe-..rvices Roman TreasurerEliGarcia, Alpha Phi Alpha Caribbean Student Association Representative ... 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Old Business SLE.34.5, SLE.34.6, SLE.34.78.New Business SLE.34.8. SLE.34.9, SLE.34.1O, SLE.34.119. S.A.Programming Board Report Alison Zarecki 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION -OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126 Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 4th Meeting 29 September 1998www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410->iii -1.The meeting was called to order at 6:03 p.m. with 24 senators present.2.3. Amendmentstoagenda: AddSa)Committee Reports4.Motion to approve agenda 5. Second6.7. No amendments to minutes.8.9.President's Report 10. Wiley: Vote on Associate Justices: AllinfavorofCara Marshall, Lou11. Gasparini. AllinfavorofBrian Donovan as Director of Communications. 12. AllinfavorofLaura Kinsley as CoDirectprofGreek Affairs. Nominate 13. Chris Pannozzo for Associate Justice. Chris is a sophomore and handling 14. NYPIRGEnvironmental division. Available Monday 10:30-12:30 in NYPIRG 15. office. Auxiliary Services Board, vote next week: Jaime Fiacco, Phillip 16. Brown, Saleem Cheeks, AllisonZarecki, Chris Smith, Eli Hernandez and 17. Sam Reister. Silverman and Wiley each holds two seats. SA VACbill: 18. Stand behind veto of first response vehicle bill, state contract expired, would 19. thus be new bill. Apologise about missing training. President Debra Stanley 20. Stanley: Thank you for participationinInauguration. Proud and pleased 21. with numberofstudents. Myself and/or Howard willbestopping by Senate 22. meetings. Office always opentostudents. Issues? 23. Barrie: WAR publication issue? 24. Stanley: Zero tolerance on campus for matter like this. Awful, hateful 25. not acceptable to community. Working with mayor and police. 26. Wittman: Noticed reporters on campus talking about last year's fire, 27. whatisgoing on with that? 28. Stanley: Fire zoning related, not an issueofKaren, she resided on 29. campus. Investigative reporters have not contactedmyoffice. Encourage 30.oncampus living,valueofdegree affected. Academic standards are items 31.that help you and the institution. 32. Otto: Would like to invite President StanleytoBSU dinner. 33. Jakes-Johnson: More attempts to expand Hart? 34. Stanley: Long term wantallhalls to be like Hart. Encourage 35. intellectual atmosphere. 36. Benjamin: Safety related issues expanding, example blue lights? 37. Stanley: Safety very important issue. 38. Wittman: Personal Safety committee meeting Tuesday 13th October,

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---39.40.41.42.43. 44. 45. 46.47. 48. 49.50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69.70.71.72.73. 74. 75. 76. 77.78. 79. 80.81.82.83. 84. 85. 86.87.88.89. 90.91.711 Culkin. Students raise concernofdonns being too accessible. Stanley: Benefitofliving in Oswegoisnot having to lock 24 hours. Casey:IfHewitt Union is going to change location, will the Student Association office's location be affected? Stanley: Student Association will be consulted before changes. Reister: Shorttennrenovations around campus, is there set schedule for renovations? Stanley: No main schedule, repairs and renovations doneasneeded. Hornick: Safety issue in regard to incident at Funnelle hall. Female DAs affraid to be alone. Funds lacking to have two people at desk etc. Stanley: Discuss further after Senate meeting. Reister: Safety affects all halls not just Funnelle. Vice-President's Report: Silvennan: Meet with committee chairs after meeting. Senate list,ifneed help stop by SA officeorask senator Toso. Note email address: Senate98-99-1@oswego.edu (note: letter 1 not number1).Racism issue: In September, 17th issueofOswegonian article regarding holocaust denial group targetting campus by offering money for debate focussing on whether holocaust existed. Spreading propogandaofhatred and racism, disguisedaseducational matter. Oswegonian didn't realize natureofarticle. Campus has to fight back and act now eventhough may seem small. Lopez: Outrageous that can just slip through. As Senate we should get organizatiom to fight back. Benjamin: Even though people have freedomofspeech, this is different. SA was used. Otto: At the next BSU meeting WAR will be discussed. Wittman: Does Oswegonian screen material? Casey: Came from National Ad Agency, not required to be screened. Morgan: Focus on issue not Oswegonian. Cheeks: Congratulate Matt for taking action regarding this matter. Silvennan: Needtovote for two seats on HewittUnion Board. Oncampus nomination: Toso SecondOffcampus nominations: Benjamin14Meirowitch10Second Bob Casper: Senator Heptig worked on bill to provide opportunity Career Services and SA to work together. Comes down to issueoffunding. Essenceofbill is to upgrade equipment and provide additional quality. Toso: Look into working with ICC lab. Reister: Limited amount available from SA. Benjamin: Suggest consulting other administrative offices. Casper: Looked at other sources but want to develop partnership with SA. Equipment will not run Office '98 program. Currently Claris, which will be lost in Spring. Silvennan: Bills from non-SA organizations would have to go to Procedure and Finance committee. Roman Kwarta, Hockey Club: New e-board. Working hard to get

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-. -92. 93. 94. 95.96.97. 98.99.100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. ready for season. 10 league games scheduled. 38 members at informational meeting. Partially self funding, corporate sponsors. Amount requested, reflects exact need. Glaser: Funds for year?Ifyes, recommend split into semesters. Kwarta: Molly recommended per year. Benjamin: Why tierI?K warta: Poor leadership last year. More experienced now. Jakes-Johnson: Fee for players? Kwarta: 20 players, $25/play+$20 for jerseys. Eli Garcia, Alpha Phi Alpha: Funds towards Cool out, currently 200-300 members. Promote diversity on campus and open to all. Casey: Have you received support from SA before? Garcia: Only with advertisement. Smith:Ifno funds from SA, other sources? Garcia: No, only future fundraisers. Reister: Will all the unused funds be returned? Garcia: Yes. Silverman: Since non-SA, be send to Finance and Procedure committee. Caribbean Student Association Representative: CSA dinner, $3,400 adjustment. Purpose, promotionofcultural ties and partofCaribbean week October 4-10. Toso: Ticket prices? CSA: $10 SA, $12 non-SA. Wiley:Ifbill passes, will numbers remain the same? CSA: Yes. Jakes-Johnson: How many members? CSA: Currently 70 members. Casey: Why have signs upifnot yet all funds? CSA: Hoped bill will pass. Asked others for support, nobody responded. Barrie: Is it possible to change ticket prices? CSA: Lose too much money. Otto: First annual dinner? CSA: Yes, not experienced. Silverman: Recommend using ticket money for food not future activities. Casey: Results from hall councils? CSA: Only two, Onondaga-$50 and Riggs$25. Finance Report: Molly Casey reported the following balances: Account#947: $ 15,949 Account#948: $ 5,000 Casey:Wehave $20,000, $13,000 asked for this week. Career Services funds would be taken outofaccount 948. Bill passed last year, Any funds out of capital assets, when go red, directly outofassets. Spend only what budgeted. Allers: Why so small amount available? Wiley: The numberofstudents increased since last year, but the extra funds were used for two clubs. Committee Reports:

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--145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189. 190. 191. 192. 193. 194. 195. 196. 197. CCRC: Recruiting, 30 active members. First meeting, October 7th 7p.m. at Hart hall. Health and Safety: Yet to meet with members. Spoken with Benjamin about ideas. Fall 98 : Oct 13th, Nov 10th, Dec 8th, 3-4pm711Culkin. Student input welcome. Elections: Meet after senate. Long Range Planning: Members will be contacted in near future. Procedure and Finance: Meet after senate. Recruitment: Meet afterwards. Old Business: SLE.34.5 Annual Tier 2 Funding Disbursement Waive reading Second Reister: Amend bill Storyteller's Guild $540 Volleyball $600 Psychology $335 Funds to be taken outofaccount 947. Any money not used tobereturned to fund balance. Second Call to question Second Amendment passes21Y,0 N, 2A.Call to question Second Bill passes 22Y,ON,2A. SLE.34.6 Additional Funds for Volleyball Club Waive reading Second Sponsors: Friedl, Reister,Romer, Jakes-Johnson Friedl: For. Reister: Vote yes. Romer: Vote yes. Jakes-Johnson: Balls are in poor condition, theyneed funds. Call to question Second Bill passes 13Y, 9N, 2A. SLE.34.7 Funding for Legislature Typists Amendment: change line16minimum wage Waive reading Second Call to question Second Bill passes 20Y, 2N, 2A New Business: SLE.34.8 Funds for Resume Lab Upgrade Waive reading Second Sposors: Hornick

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198. 199. 200.20l.202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207. 208. 209. 210.21l.212. 213. 214. 215. 216. 217. 218. 219. 220. 221. 222. 223. 224. 225. 226. 227. 228. 229. SLE.34.9 Funds for Hockey Club Waive reading Second Sponsors: Reister, Romer, Glaser, Benjamin, Morgan, Toso, Friedl SLE.34.10 Alpha Phi Alpha's Cool Out Waive reading Second Sponsors: Johnson, Reister, Lopez, Hornick, Barrie, Morgan. SLE.34.11 Funds for CSADinner Waive reading Second Sponsors: Otto, Benjamin, Johnson, Barrie, Fiden Public comments and announcements: AllisonZarecki: SAPB, Executive branchofSA. Handles11%ofbudget, $125,000. Give feedback, refer to packet. Team effort. PRSSA help out with marketing, adds and promos. Working with HUBACaswell. SAPB events free to senators. Barrie: How are the weekly movies picked out? Zarecki: Pick from available list. Wiley: Highlight how Allisonison key. Acclamation McCabe: Committees open to all? Zarecki: Yes, encourage involvement and input. Benjamin: Other sources are cutting down on giving money, so we are only sourcetomany organizations. Allers: Motion to adjourn Second Meeting adjourned at 8:22 p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 5th Meeting 7 October19981. Call to Order 2. Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54103. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silvennan, Vice President Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance Chris Didio and Kevin Bryans, Dannible&McKee, L.L.P. Audit Report 7. Committee Reports 8. Old Business SLE.34.8, SLE.34.9, SLE.34.10, SLE.34.11 9. Public Comment and Announcements 10. Adjournment

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, -STUDENT ASSOCRATRON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 5th Meeting 6 October1998Minutes(315)341-3601Fax(315)341-5410-1.The meeting was called to order at 6:05 p.m. with 29 senators present.2.No amendmentstothe agenda.3.No amendments to the minutes.4.5.President's Report:6.Wiley: Auxiliary Services candidates: Jaime Fiacco, Philip Brown, Saleem7.Cheeks, Allison Zarecki, Chris Smith, Eli Hernandez and Sam Reister. All in8.favor, congratulations. Tom Ryan will be here next week to answer questions.9.Marine Midland bank will charge fee from October 23rd, non-Marine10.Midland members. Student Association hasnoaffiliation with the ATM.11.Saturday Reel Big Fish concert,freeadmission for senators. Executive board met,12.concerned about bill11,135attendance September 29th,24tickets sold,(10SA,13.11non-SA, 4 members), dinner: $13.35/ person. CSA week, account 935 in red.14.Fund-raiserstocover red.15. 16.Vice President's Report:17.Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG: General interest meeting great success, approx 7518.attendance. Voter Registration, Higher education meetings Thurs. 5:30, want 80019.votesbyFriday, October 9th state deadline. HigherEd.petition drive currently at 20. 900. Environmental meetings at 7 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesday 4 p.m. lake shore 21. clean up. Consumer meetings Wednesday 7 p.m., toy safety. Homeless and 22. Hunger meetings Wednesday 7 p.m., Thursday Gospel choir concert at 4:30. 23. Johnson and Hart started food drives. Media: Talk to Saleem Cheeks x 4964. 24. Reister: Regarding Higher Ed, Whereismoney coming from for increasing 25. [mancialaid?26. Gulley: Surplus somewhere due to higher tuition. A lot of money going to jails 27. and lottery, money should be goingtohigher ed. 28. Silverman: Senate email list, check mailboxes. 29. 30. Finance Report: 31. Molly Casey reported the following balances: 32. Account#947:$ 13,474 33. Account#948:$ 1,295 34. Audit reportbyDannible&McKee: 35. Chris Didio: Overall smooth audit. Thank youtoMolly and staff. 36. Kevin Bryans: Thank you to Molly and staff, very helpful. Financial 37. statements, responsibility of Student Association management to state opinion. 38. Refer to booklet Student Association Financial Statements, June 30, 39. 1998: Statement of Official Position: Unrestricted net assets, reserved, include 40.PO'sat year end. $125,000 Designated. Bill 6 minimum assets required to keep. 41. Suggest total net 60% of $550,000 should be net assets, but is $480,000. 42. Statement of Activities: Change in net assets, $ 78,285, $ 66,000 reserved for next

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43. year. Refer to booklet Student Association Financial Statements, August 1998: 44. Stress Reportable Conditions,#1Establish procedures toprepare and maintain a 45. statementoffinancial position. #6 Prepare an accounting manual for the 46. association. 47. Wiley: Please advise regarding#4Segregate duties in the payroll function. 48. Bryans: Directoroffinance responsible for tracing and distributing checks. 49. Storch: Please address #7 Year 2000 issue. 50. Bryans: Currently,SAsoftware partofAuxiliary services. fee for usage. 51. Casey: Met with Auxiliary to plan. Issue being addressed. May increase 52. yearly cost. Please go over things that may increase or decrease $ 78, 000, net 53. assets. 54. Bryans: Capital expenditures. Last year deficit, ambulance and computer lab 55. as expense not capitalize. Future, add capital expenditures, eat into net assets. Set 56. aside funds, three year plans taken into account. 57. Hornick: Regarding #5, currently using two institutions, total $269,000, 58. suggest moving funds? 59. Bryans: Depends on how spread out want. Split up. One place better interest 60. rates etc. Organization should look at competitive rates. 61. Reister: Regarding Balance Sheet, designated assets? 62. Bryans: Numbers represent total amount assets that exceeds liabilities. Two 63. categories, undesignated (what is left) and restricted. Some money set aside for 64. ambulance, vans, etc. $30,000 undesignated. Designated can be undesignated by 65. SA at any point, no money unrestricted. 66. Casey: Regarding bill11CSA dinner, following have been paid for already: 67. $950 for vans and $350 for OJ. 68. 69. Committee Reports: 70. CCRC: First meeting Thursday 7 p.m. Hart hall. 71. Election: Meet after senate. 72. Health and Safety: Take back the night, SA should participate as a group, SEEP. 73. Long range planning:Meet after senate. 74. Procedure and Finance: 75. Hornick: Hockey bill: claimed12home games, but only 6 on 76. schedule. Asked for $ 1800, suggest $900. 77. Reister: Have you discussed this with Hockey team? 78. Hornick: No, but called. 79. Glaser: Note on schedule four games with question marks. 80. Hockey representative: Waiting to see Varsity schedule, for ice time. Will be 81. total12home games. Schedule only rough draft. 82. Benjamin: Could we raise themtoa tier 2 on floor? 83. Reister: Not on the floor, but can change maximum fundsoftier 1 as decided 84. by SA. 85. Hornick: Alpha Phi Alpha: Spoke with Eli. $500 transfer within bill. After 86. party additional funds, not partofCool out. $150 cut down, after party cut, only 87. Cool out costs. CSA dinner, focus on how much funds from hall councils. 88. Already made purchases. 89. Recruitment: Nothing to report. 90. 91. Old Business: 92. SLE.34.8 Funds for resume lab upgrade. 93. Still under consideration by committee. 94. 95. SLE.34.9 Funds for Hockey Club 96. Waive reading 97. Second 98. Sponsors: 99. Reister: Great organization. Give moneytoexpand.

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'" 100.Rhome: Hard workers, deserve the money.101.Glaser: Great for men and women, vote yes. 102. Benjamin: Vote yes. 103. Romer: Good bill, club improving. 104. Toso: Funds necessary, vote yes. 105. Friedl: Urge for quick passage.106.Speakers:107.Allers: Split amount into semesters. Come back next semester for the rest. 108. Barrie: Calltoquestion.109.Lopez: Objection. 110. Amendment: Line28from $100to$50, adjust total. 111. Second112.Amendment passes17Y,9N.113.Calltoquestion 114. Second 115. Bill passes18Y, 8N.116.117. SLE.34.10 Alpha Phi Alpha's Cool Out118.Waive reading119.Second 120. Sponsors:121.Johnson: Been here three years, vote yes. 122. Reister: Same. 123. Heptig: Vote yes.124.Hornick: Spoke with Eli, vote yes.125.Barrie: Vote yes. 126. Lopez: Last year outstanding diversity, vote yes. 127. Speakers: 128. Ritter: Are they SA organization? 129. Silverman: No.130.Ritter: Objecttobill, non-SA shouldn't be funded by SA.131.Motiontoamend. 132. Toso: line 26,28,32,33 crossed out. line31shouldread $50. Add,133.thereforebeit enacted by the Student Association Senate of Oswego State 134. University that any money left overbereturnedtoStudent Association account135.#947.136.Storch: Whoisthe after party for?137.Alpha Phi Alpha representative: Opentoall Cool Out guests.138.Secondtoamend.139.Benjamin: Total nothingtodowith $500.140.Toso: $414, without inspect and stage. Include $300.141.Reister: Echo Benjamin. Additional information nothingtodowithit.142.Recommend withdraw amendment and give $500, extra fundstobereturned.143.Toso: Withdraw amendment. YieldtoLopez.144.Lopez: Amend after line 39,anyunused funds tobereturned to account 947.145.Second146.Calltoquestion147.Second148.Amendment passes149.Calltoquestion150.Second 151. Bill passes23Y,2N.152. 153. SLE.34.11 Funds for CSA Dinner154.Waive reading155.Second156.Sponsors:

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-. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189. 190. 191. 192. 193. 194. 195. 196. 197. 198. 199. 200. Otto: Very confusing looking bill.CSAis ethnic organization encourages diversity. Senators should promote dinner. Benjamin: They fund raise alot.SAis for all organizations,$1400offthe original. Motion to amend. Johnson: line 25 to read $30, lines 21-24 tobecrossed out, line261930, line 17 to read $1930. Second Speakers: Lopez: Amendment more reasonable. Reister: Amendment great, pass. Jakes-Johnson: Congrats toCSAfor amendment. Great amendment, pass Call to question Second Amendment passes unanimously Call to question Objection Sponsors: Barrie: Yield Speakers: Ritter: Concerned about time, offendedbymaking this a race issue. Wiley: Dinner is a fund-raiser, shouldn't be. Hornick: First dinner, people make mistakes. Benjamin: Planning a dinner a lotofwork.Notfund-raiser. Exotic food more expensive. Barrie: Yield Allers: On budget has estimate ticket sales already added. Call to question. Second Bill passes 24 Y, 1 N. Public comments and announcements Zarecki: Movie this week,SKAconcert,WNYOgiving out tickets live in the union. Reister:Robert'srules mustbefollowedbysenate. Jakes-Johnson: Committee meet afterwards. Cheeks: FollowRobert'srules. Check mailboxes. Motion to adjourn. Second Meeting adjournedat7:49 p.m.

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STUDENTASSOCJIATJIONOSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 6th Meeting13October 1998 1. CalltoOrder 2. Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54103.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Lynette Laboda, Branch Manager, Oswego Marine Midland Band Tom Ryan, Public Safety Matt Silverman, Vice President Brian Ferry, MetallHardcore Interest Group Dana Segall, WNYO Helen Martin&Nicole Burgess, History Club 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports 8. New Business SLE.34.12, SLE.34.13,SLE.34.14, SLE.34.15, RES.34.49.Public Comment and Announcements 10. Adjournment --

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STUDENTASSOCIATION 202 HewittUnionOswego,NY13126 b Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34thLegislative Session 6thMeeting11October 1998 Minutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-1. 2.3.4.5.6.7.8. 9.10.II.12.13. 14. 15. 16. 17.18. 19.20.2l.22.23.24.25.26. 27.28.29. 30.31.32.33. 34. 35. 36.37.38.39.40. 41.42.43.The meeting was called to order at6:13p.m. with 29 senators present No amendments to the agenda. Amendments to the minutes: line 9$1.50 not $1.00. President's Report: Wiley: SAPB concert, 600 people. Resolution regarding Todd Davenport. Nominated Chris Pannozzo. Implore to look into student representation on Faculty Assembly Search committees. Thanks to FAC members for attending. Laboda, Oswego Marine MidlandBank:Branch Manager: From October 24th,$1.50 surcharge to non-members. Open to discussion with Scott. Opening new accounts will be made convenient to Oswego State students. Reister: When was decision made? Laboda: State wide conversion. Benjamin: Why not open more ATM machines on campus? Laboda: Installation cost equals $109,000 and maintenance cost equals $30,000-$60,000 a year. Reister: Why not move ATM to new location? Laboda: No. Hewitt open longer and better security. Wiley: Does the service charge apply to all campuses? Laboda: Yes. Wiley: Does Key and Chase also apply charge? Laboda: Chase, not sure. Key, yes. Meirowich: Are you looking into possibly expanding, getting more machines? Laboda: Constantly expanding. Lopez: Please provide contact name, for further discussion. Laboda: Sure. Benjamin: Are you familiar with SUNY card for Oswego? Laboda: No. Heptig: Would charge cover cost of new ATM? Laboda: Due to charge application, usage will go down. Machine mostly to serve Marine Midland customers, others to be charged. Jakes-Johnson: Concerned because Midland profit from students. Laboda: Not targeting campuses. Meirowich: Have you considered%system rather than set fee? Laboda: No Casey: Reminder, Marine Midland student friendly. Storch: Protest to Marine Midland fee. $2.5 billion dollars in annual ATMsurcharge revenue.Bank:trying to force all students to become members. Attempting to create monopoly. Next week Silvennan and I will propose

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44.45.42. 43. 44. 45.46. 47. 48.49.50.51.52.53.54.55.56.57.58. 59. 60.61.62.64.65.66. 67. 69.70.71.72.73. 74.75.76.77. 78. 79.80..81.82.83.84. 85.86.87. 88.89.90.91.92. 93. 94. 95. 96.97.resolution to create anad hoc committee to deal with Marine Midland situation. Urge fellow senators to take quick action on this resolution. Thank you. Conaway: Chargeless ATM without patronage, not fair. Bank not here just for college, but business to make money and expand. Laboda: Applaude research done. Not trying to create monopoly. Welcoming to students. Two other machines in Hewitt was pulled out. No fees as a customer. Appreciate time and effort. Lopez: Agree with Storch. Not getting options other banks provide. Not fair. Taking advantage. Allers: Motion to end discussion. Second. Tom Ryan, Public Safety: Thanks for inviting me. Mention Campus Police Bill. Proposal on floor at Albany. January 1st ,1999, PublicSafetyPolice department. Under old system now. By law not respond to certain areas. Questions? Toso: Concerned about resident parking at Funnelle, due to Hart opening, flooded. Ryan: Was not aware that lot overfull. Will look into making bigger. Heptig: Commuter parking limitedaswell. Ryan: Lots are paid for by Dorm Authority funds, thus privilege to residents. Lopez: At Hart, sign was replaced without notice. Ryan: Not awareofchange. 1sttwo rows for Mentors, outofemployee lot. Wittman: Public Safety, PeaceorPolice officers now? Ryan: While working on campus, peace only on campus. After change, police everywhere. Storch: Attempted whistle idea for safety. Will Public Safety work withSAto fund? Ryan: Will work with SA. Whistles not perfect. Not recommend more blue lights. Possible alternative, alarm system will also indicate location to police. Dollar amount unknown. SA has $17,000 setaside for blue lights. Wittman: Notify SA when alarm people on campus. Zarecki: Parking. More commuter parking needed near academic buildings. Suggest no car policy for freshman. Ryan: No place to put new lots and roadways. Regarding freshman police, not in favor, same rights to freshman, only 65 cars. Johnson: Commuter and residents same fees? Ryan: Yes. Fee set by state budget. When take outofcommuter fees, residents pay more. Morgan: Suggest no parking fees. Ryan: Thenmoney from somewhere else. Benjamin: Suggest fees go towards shuttle bus system. Ryan: Yes, good idea. Jakes-Johnson: Suggest employee parking to be more accessible to students. students. Ryan: Begin to shuffle parking lots. Contract negotiations going on, regarding employee parking. Allers: Motion to end discussion. Second. Vice President: Silverman: Thank senators for stopping by office. Regarding Faculty Assembly committee thanks to 10 students for showing up.Instrong supportofamending bylaws to includestudent representative on Search Committee. Brain Ferry, MetallHardcore Interest Group: Requesting $1200 for show Oswegonian and WNYO donations. Fundraisers. $1200 minimum asked for. Benjamin: Have you approached SAPB?

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, ,98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. Ferry: New organization. No, not yet. Benjamin: Where will event take place? Ferry:Sunset, Lakeside. Wiley: Constitution not yet approved. Tier1.Ferry: Bands are tied to contracts, have to be guaranteed some money. Zarecki: Come talk to SAPB. Hornick: Motion to end discussion. Second. Dana Segall, WNYO: Spoke with Molly regarding Bill14.$1236.01 taken outofJune funds. To pay 3 summer employees who were not paid. Wiley: June stipends not spend thus funded executive assistant. Error on behalfofSA executive board. Helen Martin&Nicole Burgess, History club: Tier 1 last year. Applied for tier 2. $450 in budget now. Salem trip open to anyone. Conaway: What is the average amount for Tier 2 organization? Silverman: Pointofclarification: $350-$450 average for academic clubs. Jakes-Johnson: Members? History club representative: Total 56 members, 32 signed up to go to Salem trip. Conaway: Two outofstate trips, can you find some less expensive sites? History club: We do have some local trips scheduled. Last year Dean helped a lot, this year smaller budget. Wiley: Fundraisers? History club: Fundraisers to start in November Motion to end discussion. Second. ( Protemp, Reister leaving, Allers, protemp ) Finance report: Saleem Cheeks reported the following balances on behalfofMolly Casey: Account#947: $ 11,044 Account # 948 :$ 1,295 Molly supports WNYO. OCA bill, sketchy what moneyisfor. Committee Report: CCRC: 1stMeeting was Thursday. Good turnout. Thank Scharfenberger for attending. All welcome. Health and Safety: Apology for no meeting yet. Meet afterwards. Long range planning: Met today. Next, Tuesday 4pm. Discussed bill #13. Procedure and Finance: Meet afterwards. Recruitment: Ad in Oswegonian. Faculty Assembly: Student representation on search committee. President Stanley in favor. Programming:Inred, no money. Silverman: Benjamin resigned from FAC. Election next week. New Business: SLE.34.12 Funds for MetallHardcore Interest Group Waive reading Second Sponsors: Ruppert, Toso, Storch. SLE.34.13 Transfer Within OCA Waive reading

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.. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160.16I.162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170.17I.172.173 .174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180.18I.182. 183. Second Sponsors: Lopez, Morgan, Barrie SLE.34.14 Funds for WNYO Summer Employees Waive reading Second Sponsors: Lopez, Storch, Romer, Conaway, Jakes-Johnson SLE.34.15 Additional Funds for History Club Waive reading Second Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson, Toso RES.34.4 A ResolutionofThanks to Todd Davenport Sponsored by the body Second. Acclamation Public Comments and Announcements Cheeks: Check mailboxes, read bills. Wiley: Want FAC seat. Stop by office. Zarecki: Special thanks to all who helped at concert. Movie is Small Soldiers. Smith: CSA dinner a great success. Benjamin: How much money does SAPB have? Zarecki: Will look into it. Jakes-Johnson: Motion to adjourn. Second. Meeting was adjournedat8:12 p.m.

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1.OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON...". 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 7th Meeting 20 October 1998 1. CalltoOrder 2. Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/ studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax (315)341-54103.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silvennan, Vice President Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator OCA Representative CHOICES Representative AunreeJ.Houston, HUBAC Co-Chair for Programs&Activities Eli Garcia, Alpha Phi Alpha 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance 7. Committee Reports 8. Special Orders SLE.34.17 9. Old Business SLE.34.12,SLE.34.13, SLE.34.14, SLE.34.15 10. New Business SLE.34.16, SLE.34.18, SLE.34.19 11. Public Comment and Announcements 12. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 7th Meeting 20 October 1998www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101.The meeting was called to order at 6:08 p.m. with27senators present.2.3.No amendments to the agenda.4.5.No amendmentstothe minutes.6.7. President's Report:8.9. Wiley: Need one more Associate Justice, appointment next week. Regarding 10. SLE.34.12, recommend amendment. SAPB will help direct into right direction. 11. Also, want to remind senators to feel comfortable abstaining when have a conflictof12. interest.13.14.Vice President's Report:15.16.Silverman: Special Order SLE.34.17, serves two purposes, one, Marine17.Midland is not informing, thus uptostudents inform students. Two, to increase18.business competition, another bank.19.Toso: When election for membersofthis committee? 20. Reister: Recommend to hold elections after senate meeting. 21. Silverman: Regarding OCA bill, supplemented information regarding same 22. project. Lists OCA accounts, 3 bills from last year. SLE.34.12 Hardcore bill, 23. constitution approved, now a SA Tier 1 organization.Urge to pass amended bill 24. today. 25. Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG: See NYPIRG news letter (10/20/98). 26. CHOICES Representatives: Requesting $540 for attendance at National Peer 27. Education Conference, November 11-15. Selection criteria for students going. 28. Creating healthier options, informing the campus and educating students. 29. Toso: What issues to be discussed at conference? 30. CHOICES Rep: Alcohol, nutrition etc, various workshops. 31. Heptig: Do you have to be PE certified to attend conference? 32. CHOICES rep: No. Separate from Lifestyles.Open to more students to get 33. involved. 34. Casey: Are you using funds from your budget towards this? 35. CHOICES Rep: No, $350 in budget to go towards self-programs. 36. Aunree Houston, HUBAC: HUBAC week. Spend budget for opening 37. weekend. Asked $8000, only received $4000. 38. Storch: Explain Novelty Act. 39. HUBAC: Beach setting in ball room. 40. Casey: Requesting $4000 for bill not total $9000. Not responsible approach 41. to spend whole budget on opening weekend.

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---42. HUBAC: Provide best activities for campus. Prices are high. Wantstoprovide 43. broad rangeofactivities for all students. 44. Jakes-Johnson: Since spent budget, whattodoif HUBAC doesn't receive 45. funding from SA? 46. HUBAC:Noback-up plan. Had a good turnoutatOpening weekend. 47. Reister: Recommend consulting alternative sources, auxiliary services etc.48.Storch: Explain Asian Taste.49.HUBAC: Asian food, Asian band, reflects culture. 50. Conaway: Last year attended Asian, variety food etc. 51. Wiley: $2500 not partof$4000.52.HUBAC: Correct. 53. Storch: Specify for which activities $4000for.54.HUBAC: Happy Birthday Hewitt Union and Novelty Act. 55. 56. Finance Report: 57. 58. Molly Casey reported the following balances: 59. Account#947: $ 8,894 60. Account#948: $ 1,295 61. Casey: Apologize for leaving early last week, thank Saleem Cheeks. Last62.week reported wrong balance, this week corrected balances. Regarding HUBAC, 63. recommend more responsible planning, also, amend billtospecify what $4000 64. is for. 65.66.Committee Reports: 67.68.CCRC: Thursday 22nd 6 p.m. Seminar room1.Minutes in senator mailboxes. 69. Elections:Inprocess. 70. HealthandSafety: Discussed blue lights, SEEP, Health Center Advisory student 71. board. Goaltomake students more aware of Health Center. Example, WTOP 72. commercial,asclass projects.Inadmissions documents add health center 73. information. Services survey. Openonweekends. Personal Safety Task force 74. meeting last week with Lt. Adams. Next week meeting Friday, 3 p.m. Funnelle 75. main lounge,allwelcome. 76. Long Range Planning: Hadtocancel meeting today. Next Tuesday, Culkin visitors, 77. 4/5 p.m.@Student Association office. 78. Procedure and Finance: Meetingat5 p.m. tonight, advise to vote down Career 79. Services, didn't look into other options for funding. 80. Recruitment: Flyers, email chain and Oswegonian. 81. Faculty Assembly: Monday Benjamin resigned. Permanent seat available.82.Nomination: Joe Storch 83. Second84.Passed. 85.86.Special Orders: 87.88.SLE.34.17 Creation of Ad-Hoc Committeeoncampus ATM's89.Waive reading 90. Second91.Sponsors: Lopez, Wittman, Toso, Friedl, Heptig, Figliuolo. 92. Lopez: Great idea. Fee ridiculous. 93. Wittman: Compliment what Jayissaying. Compliment Joe Storch's speech. 94. Good idea. 95. Toso: Great idea, students should be made aware.

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--96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 10I.102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109.1l0.111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120.12l.122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130.13l.132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140.14l.142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. Friedl: Inform students. Heptig: Inform students. Figliuolo: Commend Joe Storch. Reister: Call to question. Second. Passed unanimously. Old Business: SLE.34.12. Funds for Metal/Hardcore Interest Group Waive reading SecondNoobjections to amendments. Sponsors: Ruppert: Not asking for a lot, pass. Toso: Yield. Storch: Spoke with Brain, cleaned up bill. Membersofgroup to act as security. Pass. Reister: Motiontoamend as follows, Therefore be it enacted by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the fundsbeallocated to SAPB concert account 776 for express useofMetal/Hardcore group, to have hardcore show. Second. Call to question. Objection Storch: Not a good idea with SAPB. Reister: Spoke with Brian and SAPB, good idea. Zarecki: SAPB will help. Need Public Safety there. Wiley: Agrees with Zarecki. Reister: All profit from show to be returned. Wiley: Extra funds to SAPB. Casey: Amendment a good idea. Wittman:Now$1400, not $12oo? Silverman: Yes Amendment passes 19 Y, 2 N, 3 A. Call to question Second Bill passes 16 Y, 4 N, 5A.SLE.34.13 Transfer withinOCAWaive reading Second Sponsors: Lopez: Thanks for supplemental information. Upgrade OCA, World WideWEBproject. Martin: Yield. Barrie: Progressive OCA, vote yes, good foroffcampus. Speakers: Toso: Procedure and Finance committee, not pass. Accounts corning outofposters etc, money shouldbereturned to SAifnot for original. Reister:OCAgreat organization. Concerned about corning back for funds transfer later. Lopez: Decreased budget.Computer technology. Conaway: Transferred funds,cutaway publicity foroffcampus students,

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150. 15I. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 16I. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 18I. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189. 190. 191. 192. 193. 194. 195. 196. 197. 198. 199. 200.20I. 202. 203. limiting communication. Jakes-Johnson: Left over money from last year? Reister: Left over money in accounts go back to fund balance. Lopez: Used a lotoflast. Wiley: Concern, account 882. Budget council and SA. Casey: Publication not put out in fall, due to time constraint, decrease postage and publicity. Call to question Second Bill fails 9 Y, 9N+Silverman vote No, 7A SLE.34.14 Funds for WNYO Summer Employees Waive reading Second Call to question Second Bill passes 22 Y, 0 N, 1A SLE.34.15 Additional Funds for History Club Waive Reading Second Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson: Yield Toso: Good bill, traditional good trips. Concrete cause. Call to question Second Bill passes 16 Y, 5 N, 2A Silverman: Senators, pleasedon'tleave room, unprofessional. New Business: SLE.34.16 Funds for CHOICES to Attend Conference Waive reading Second Sponsors: Lopez, Reister, Storch SLE.34.18 Additional Funds for Hewitt Union Board Activities Committee Waive reading Second Sponsors: Reister, Glaser, Braxton, Friedl SLE.34.19 Funds for Alpha Phi Alpha Roller-skating Event Waive reading Second Sponsors: Wilson, Reister, Hornick, Jones, Figliuolo Tabled to Procedure and Finance Committee Public Comments and Announcements: Scharfenberger: Inform about personal safety.Walktogether. Keep in mind incident downtown.Bevery careful. Storch: Ad-Hoc Committee volunteers: Conaway, Storch, Figliuolo,Jakes Johnson, Braxton. Nomination for chair: Storch, second. Meeting wasadjourned at 7:40 p.m.

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STUDENTASSOCIATION.. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 8th Meeting 27 October 1998 1. Call to Order2.Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/ studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ,3. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silvennan, Vice President Marlene Rumpel, NYPIRG State Board Representative Eli Garcia, Alpha Phi Alpha Chris Smith, HUBAC 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports8.Old Business SLE.34.8, SLE.34.16, SLE.34.18 9. Public Comment and Announcements 10. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATIONiIIo,. OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 8th Meeting27October 1998www.oswego.edu/ studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-1.The meeting was calledtoorder at6:15p.m. with 26 senators present.2.3.Amendments to the agenda: Amend Old Business by adding SLE.34.19,4.Motion passes 20 Y5N5.6. No amendments to the minutes.7.8.President's Report:9.10.Wiley: Jeff Tortorici, Associate Justice, next week voting. LSU dinner11.November14,1998. 12.13.Vice President's Report:14.15.Silverman: Web page Senators sheets complete. Informal meeting, regarding16.concerns in connection with incidentsofhate crimes. Listofinvitees, COPE,17.BASIC, Greek Affairs, BIGALA, JSU, ASA, BSU, LSA, CSA, Newman Center,18.Women's Center, senators and SA e-board.19.Allers: Athletic organizations should be included, partofcommuinity. 20. Silverman: Discrimination doesn't relate tothem,won't lead to effective 21. discussion. 22. Storch: Resigned FAC seat due to schedule conflict. 23. Silverman: Nomination: Fred Vigeant 24. Second 25. Motion to close nomination. 26. Second 27. Silverman: One student seat per Faculty Assembly Council. Recommend 28. graduate for Graduate council and FAC memberforAdvisory council. Prospone 29. nominations untill next week. Spread the word, contact O'Shea. 30. Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG: Thursday sleepout 7:30 p.m. Sundial. HigherEd31. 1963 signatures, wanted 2000. Fall Conference, ($25) this weekend.Ifinterested 32. in Albany Legislative internships, come see me. Get out and vote project, elections 33. next week. Voter registration guide books available. 34. Eli Garcia, Alph Phi Alpha: Rollerskating, second largest event. Only used 35. about $200of$500 for Cool out.Donations, AIDS research. Event for everyone. 36. Casey: Do you have funds, collected funds or all from request? 37. Garcia:Startofsemester each person paid $30. Fund raisers, but need to cover 38. dues from outofthe pocket expenses. 39. Chris Smith, HUBAC: Thanks for allowing us back to speak. Programming 40. with free activities.Future, October 31st Ghost stories. November 5th Coffee House, 41. November 11th Psychic Fair. Casino Night.

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-. 42. Hornick: Irresponsible to spend all funds. 43. Smith, HUBAC: Do accept responsibility. 44. Wittman: Budget asked, spent? 45. HUBAC: Some money left from last year. Balance used for Hewitt Union, 46. Family&Friends weekend ($1500). 47. Hornick: Were toldtogo ahead and spend funds. 48. Wiley: Told to spend funds. Every organization encourage to bring creditable 49. event to SA. 50. Casey: Did you know President can't pass bill without Senate? 51. HUBAC: No. 52. Wittman: What would happen if not get $4000? 53. HUBAC: Monday and Thursday won't happen. 54. Wiley: SAPB and HUBAC only two to do programs. 55. 56. Finance Report: 57. 58. Molly Casey reportedthefollowing balances: 59. Account#947: $ 5,757.99 60. Account#948: $ 1,295.00 61. Casey: Any funds not spend to be returned to 947, example Alpha Phi Alpha. 62. Last week passed History club, $500, justanappeal, no specifics. Lackofsupport. 63. Take back the night successful. Not exact dollar amountoffunds to be returned to 64. account 947, next week specific. Regarding HUBAc bill, took advise from SA. Did 65. take responsibility, ultimately their decision. Benefit to students to have week in 66. January. Fiscal responsibility. Probably voteno,plentyofmoney in other accounts.67.Jones: Will $4000 hurt SA? 68. Casey: Does cover Spring semester. 69. Jakes-Johnson: Total $24,862 to HUBAC. 70. Storch: $4000 in total, should have assigned $2000 per semester and stuck 71. with it. 72. Casey: Hoping to get $4000 for Fall and $4000 for Spring. 73. Smith: Look like a lotofmoney but brought expensive and proffesional 74. eventstoHewitt. 75. Figliuolo: Motion to end discussion. 76. Second. 77. 78. Committee Reports: 79. 80. CCRC: Thursday 7 p.m. discussed ATM fee. Student book buy back. Next 81. meeting, Wednesday 7 p.m. Hart. 82. Elections:. No report. 83. Health and Safety: Meeting today, developing survey for medical center, 84. possibilityofcommercial. Task Force meeting Tuesday 10th.Tom Ryan, alarms 85. came, but Wittman wasn't informed.86. Lonli Range Planning: Met today, SA vans, workwiMolly. 87. Procedure and Finance: HUBAC and Alpha Phi Alpha bills. 88. Recruitment.No report89.Faculty Assembly: Call for students to beonfaculty assembly committee. 90. Discussed proposalofSUNY-wide standardized achievement testing for SUNY. 91. ResearchinglDebating possible changes to goverance structure. Proposal for 92. creationofTask for Teaching and Learning Development passed. 93. ATM committee: Spoke about signatmachine. Spoke with Laboda, agreement, 94. NY state law doesn't allow sign. 95. Silverman: Nominations: Toso, Smith, Hornick, Ruppert, Lopez.

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--96. 97. 98. 99.100.10l.102.103. 104.105.106.107.108. 109.110.l1l.112.113.114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129.130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135.136. 137. 138. 139.140.14l.142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. Motion to close nominations. Second Votes indicate seats for: Toso, Homick,Smith, Lopez. Reister chair. Meeting afterwards. Second Old Business: SLE.34.8 Career Services Waive reading Second Call to question Second Billfails 1Y 22 N2A SLE.34.16 CHOICES Waive reading Objection Motion passes17to 1 Lopez: Asked for registration fee coverage, not a lot. Reister: Yield Storch: Spoke with CHOICES member. Improve lifeofstudents and organization. Small price to pay. Urge to vote yes. Conaway: How obligated to stay with CHOICES for semester? CHOICES Rep: Taking on honor. No binding contract. Wiley: CHOICES provide healthier options. Student drinking on campus down a lot. Benjamin: Motion to amend as follows: line41change from 540 to 270 line 43 from 4 to 2. Second. Call to question on amendment Second Amendment passes18Y, 6 N, 1A Call to question Second Bill passes 20 Y, 5NSLE.34.18 HUBAC Friendly amendment: line 39 change $700 to $600 line 37, 38,39, 42=$4000 Thereforebeit enacted that $4000 go towards lines 37,38,39,42. Reister: Yield Friedl: Good bill, brings good things to Hewitt. Jakes-Johnson: Urge to vote yes. Jones: Provide good and free activities. Benjamin: Free, draws a lotofstudents away from bars. Meirowich: Agree with everyone, good for Oswego State to have activities in Hewitt. Call to question Second Bill passes 22 Y, 2 N, 1A SLE.34.19 Alpha Phi Alpha

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...... 150. Waive reading151.Second152.Amendment: line 20 $75, total $586 153. Second 154. Wilson: Once a semester, diversity. 155. Reister: Positive organization, pass quickly. 156. Alpha Phi Alpha rep: First time asking SA for funds. 157. Jones: Urgetopass. 158. Figliuolo: Urgetopass.159.Call to question 160. Second 161. Bill passes17Y,8 N, 1A 162. 163. Public CommentsandAnnouncements:164.Zarecki: Movie this week H20. 165. Storch: AdHoc committeemet.166. Smith: Thanks for passing HUBAC bill. Winterfest meeting Nov 4th. 167. Motiontoadjourn 168. Second 169. 170. Meeting adjournedat8:00 p.m .

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'"" STUDENT ASSOCKATKON" OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 9th Meeting 3 November 1998 1. CalltoOrder2.Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54103. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silvennan, Vice President Marlene Rumpel, NYPIRG State Board Representative Alison Zarecki&Todd Davenport, SAPB 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance 7. Committee Reports 8. New Business SLE.34.20, SLE.34.21 9. Public Comment and Announcements 10. Adjournment-

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON..... OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202HewittUnionOswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego state University Senate 34thLegislative Session 9thMeeting 3 November 1998www.oswego.edu/ studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-1. The meeting was called to order at6:10p.m. with 23 senators present.2.3. No amendments to the agenda.4.5. No amendmentstothe minutes.6.7.President's Report:8.9. Wiley: Jeff Tortorici appointed to Associate Justice. Second. Congratulationsto10. Jeff. LSU Dinner November14,1998,5 p.m. Vetoed SLE.34.15 History club: two 11. Reasons: Not specific regarding which event funds are for. Submitting in formof12. Appeal after appealing process deadline. Encourage History club to increase 13. Fundraising Seek alternative sources. Senators, check mailboxes for veto in writing. 14. 15. Vice-President's Report: 16. 17. Silverman: Saleem Cheeks, now senator, executive 18. assistant position vacancy. See meifinterested in FAC councils (elections next week), 19. Selective committee nominations. 20. Reister: FAC council only opentosenators? 21. Silverman: No, anyone. Thanksgiving, November 24th ,possibly no Senate 22. meeting. 23. Marlene Rumpel, NYPIRG State Board Representative: Lakeshore cleanup 24. tomorrow at 4 p.m. Sleep out, Thursday, a lotoffoodcollected. NYPIRG conference, 25. great workshops etc. Board meeting 3 hours long, new vice-chair. For more info see 26. NYPIRG newsletter (11/3/98). Questions? 27. Conaway: Recommend Lakeshore cleanupstobe scheduled at another time. 28. NYPIRG: Will look into it, thanks. 29. Todd Davenport, SAPB: SAPB a lotofpotential to serve students. Thanks for 30. resolution. I left becauseoftime constraint. Realize that SAPB has a lotofpower. May 31. Day may be cut, along with some other activities. One person, president has so much 32. power to sign contract, think about it. 33. Casey: Any incidents where president or finance director didn't sign contract? 34. Davenport: No, but didn't help more than just signing contract. 35. Lopez: Issue very vague, need specifics. 36. Davenport: Not specifics but concerns. Seeing organization change and not bring 37. anymore diverse events etc. Try to bring certain group, SA president doesn't agree on 38. group. Evenifcommittee and chair decided, president may not agree. Efforts wasted. 39. Otto: Want specifics. Needtohunt down person, no hours posted etc. Alison not 40. very helpful. 41. Wiley: Packets with chairs, phone numbers etc provided. SAPB an executive

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-42. committee not club or organization. President servesastreasurer and has authority. 43. Storch: How suggest to solve problem? 44. Davenport: Hard, because bias, worked for SAPB 2 years. Chair needs to have 45. power not just executive head. 46. Storch: Things being cut, where does money go? 47. Davenport: Sitting there. How does that do any good? Not servicing students. 48. Alison Zarecki, SAPB: ThankstoKristen and Todd for bringing issuetolight. 49. Finds breakdown provided. May Day not being cut, rumor. Two information 50. meetings, November16thand 30th ,at7 p.m. 217 Hewitt Union. Opentoall, 51. refreshmentstobe served. Cometomeetingifwanttoget involved. Regarding bill 52. presented: Line1-3great idea. Realize that improvements are needed, thus holding 53. meetings. Budget11%of SA budget, watch carefully, yes. Regarding veto power, 54. time consumingtovote yes/no.Ifrequiring financial statement it could be provided. 55. Movie this week, Ever After. Apologize for not having hours posted. Hours will be 56. postedindisplay case and web site. Encourage alltojoin SAPB. Need for publicity 57. overwhelming, create Public relations committee. One idea looking into. Power does 58. equal money. 59. Lopez: Clarify regarding Davenport's concerns. 60. Zarecki: In all organizations, chair's approval required. 61. Davenport: SA president tried to run concert, didn't work, person chosen 62. should know what they are doing. Sit on contract for month, not smarttowait till two 63. weeks before, makes big difference. 64. Zarecki: Becoming independent organization should have their own directors 65. etc. Perfect time for attempt. 66. Silverman: Not timetonegotiate future of SAPB. Questions and remarks 67. pertainingtobilL68. Benjamin: When planningtoinform senate etc regarding changes? 69. Zarecki: Once all information confirmed. 70. Wiley: Hadtocancel meetings duetofamily emergency. 71. Benjamin: Recommend a senator liaison, checking method. 72. Zarecki: Redundanttohave senator. 73. Reister. Pointoforder, cross debating. 74. Zarecki: Recommend attending meetings mentioned before. 75. Davenport: RoleinSAPB, missed 3/5 workshops. I went, used money 76. wisely. 77. 78. Finance Report: 79. 80. Molly Casey reportedthefollowing balances: 81. Account#947: $ 1401.99 82. Account#948: $ 1295.00 83. Casey: Found some funds going back into 947, numbers not included 84. in tonight's figures. Agree with Kristen, Todd and Alison, improvements are 85. needed.Regarding powerofcontract signing, currently only myself and Scott can 86. sign. Many resourcestoassist with contracts. People with experience to go through 87. contracts. 88. Cheeks:Ifpower to SAPB, thentoother organizations,SAPBexecutive 89. committee not club, right? 90. Casey: Yes. 91. Mahomey: Trustees policy states that just president and finance director can 92. sign. 93. Storch: Senatetoinfluence Casey and Wiley if disagree with opinion 94. regarding band for example.

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95. 96.97.98. 99.100.lOl.102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109.110.111.112.113.114.115.116.117.118. 119.120.12l.122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130.13l.132.133. 134.135.136.137. 138.139.140.14l.142. 143. 144. 145.146.147. 148. Casey: Through president2/3overrule. Reister: Refer to section YIn. Wiley: Contracts scrutinized, takes long time, ask other resources to read through it as well. Conaway: Is any way to hold you accountable for why contract was not signed etc. Casey: Door always open. PurposeofPresident and Finance report to ask questions like that. Heptig: When president and finance director present opinions regarding contracts is not their personal opinions but speaking for the body. Casey: I agree. Mahorney: Codeofethics. Committed to act as duty requires.Does take time. Committee Reports: CCRC: Look into SAPB. Meet Wednesday. Election: Nothing to report. Today spoke with Scharfenberger and Henderson.SAvans. Meet Tuesday 5 p.m. in SA office. Health and Safety: Nothing to report. Procedure and Finance: Nothing to report. Recruitment: Senator Braxton left, opening on committee. Silverman: Student Assembly conference, Toso and Silverman attended. We have a lotofstructure here.This organization doing great.Beproud. New Business: SLE.34.20 No reason stated to abstain Waive reading Second Sponsors: Lopez, Glaser, Conaway. SLE.34.21 CreationofSAPB/SenateLiaison Waive reading Second Motion to table to CCRC and Procedure&Finance Second Motion passes to table bill. Public Comments and Announcements: Mahorney: Regarding debate on SAPB, commend on taking issue serious. Good that you are keeping the students and college's well being in mind. Open and easy to join, structure to serve students. Do programs not just allocations.SAand Auxiliary services only funding organizations. Storch: Ad Hoc unsigned. Meet afterwards. Lopez: CCRC stay after. Benjamin: Bill written week ago. Hopefully move quickly. Oversee, Jaime Fiacco, legal office x 7010. Balanceofpower. Cheeks: Regarding SAPB information, urge to bring issue into light, some senators didn't follow exactly what matter addressed. Meirowich: SA profiles. Wiley: Thanks to Alison, big responsibility, good job. Meeting adjourned at 7:37 p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON,OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 10th Meeting 10 November 1998 ", AGENDA1.Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silvennan, Vice President Kristen Benjamin, Off-Campus Senator ,""'" 6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports8.Special Orders SLE.34.229.Old Business SLE.34.21 10. New Business SLE.34.23, SLE.34.24, SLE.34.25 11. Public Comment and Announcements 12. Adjournment-

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON..... _OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34thLegislative Session 10thMeeting 10 November 1998www.oswego.edul studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101. The meeting was called to order at 6:05 p.m. with 29 senators present.2.3.Amendments to the agenda: Old Business 34.20 not 34.21 / WNYO representative.4.5.Noamendments to the minutes.6.7.President's report:8.9.Wiley: Wassenaar consulted architect, Thursday 1i'\ LRP&CCRC etc. 10. Conference room 706 Culkin, 1:30-4p.m. Five Provost candidates, Dennis Finkel 11. currently on campus, 223 Hewitt Union 3:30-5p.m. Open session. Need 3 more 12. senators tojoinJakes-Johnson and me with candidate for lunch, noon to 1p.m. 13. Signed 34.18 SAPB and 34.19 Alpha Phi Alpha. Good news, Student Services report 14. increase in checks cashed, OCT and Corner store. Students using services. 15. 16. Vice-President's report: 17. 18. WNYO rep: Three year plan. Surplus $644. Need new equipment. One CD player 19. died. Money already in budget not asking for more money. 20. Jones: Where funds usually from, come to SA ? 21. WNYO rep: Maintenance usually, but broken to big extend, notjustrepair. 22. Cheeks: First year in three year plan? 23. WNYO rep: Money surplus. 24. Toso: Old stuff breaking. 25. WNYO rep: New stuff ordered, less money than usual. 26. Hornick: Anyofthese budgeted next year included? 27. Casey: Pointofinformation, only one year approved, next years not yet passed28.Silverman: Web page, but still missing senators' profiles. Jason mailbox inSA29. office.SAfee amendment bill, passed 4 year ago, bill 30.37, almost the same. Refunds 30. offered. Asked for refunds after deadline. Unclear about whom can receive refund. 31. Clarifies. Lines 20 &21changed, time line different as well, lines 38 & 39. 32. Benjamin: Study abroad legislation. 33. Silverman: No. 34. Casey: Include under line 14. No. 35. Silverman: Add abroad students. Congrats to Reister and Finance committee. 36. Bylaws revision for FAC, students on search committees, submitted to committee, 2/337.FAC & then faculty body. Copyofamendment available. Faculty Assembly councils:

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38. Administrative: Mike Hannick (Johnson Hall), Academic: Joe Storch, Computing:39.Gloria Toso, Student Services: Chris Smith.40.Benjamin: Clarify, for own reference. Checks and balances system. At hall council41.not a lotofstudents know who SAPB is. Liaison, new structure. Why not use Zarecki,42.she higher, she not held responsible to us. Can be dismissed by president. Why43.oversee SAPB, scrutiny. Not clubororganization. Executive order#2included. SAPB44.nostructure, compare with NYPIRG. (violated article 3,6,7,8 & 10).45.Reister: Constitutional Clause, has to sign otherwise impeach. Check on his46.actions. Weekly legal reports not required.47.Morgan: Why senator, notjustany student?48.Benjamin: Not required to report etcifjustjoin.49.Reister: Dismiss from liaison position, senate?50.Benjamin: Yes.51.Wiley: Job description, contact person, communication. 52. Benjamin: Require written report. Joining SAPB difficult, no prior informational53.meetings. 54. Conaway: Not good idea to force two senators to do reports.55.Benjamin: Can dismiss two people for not reporting correctly.56.Wiley: Senate confIrmed SAPB appointment Zarecki. Trust in her ability. 57. Reister: Motion to end discussion.58.Second.59.60.Finance report: 61. Molly Casey reported the following balances: 62. Account # 947: $ 1418.7463.Account#948:$1295.0064.Casey: Regarding bill#23, CPS bill, SA has sponsored CPS in the past.65.Academic, non-SA. Bill#25, Copyofbudget available at any time. Income statement66.twice a week. Always welcome.67.Jakes-Johnson: Available at any time, adding extra work?68.Casey: Wasteofpaper, copying. Explain as needed.69.Storch: Asked for budget, received copy and help.70. 71.Committee Reports:72.CCRC: SAPB bill still tabled.73.Benjamin: When CCRC dinner?74.Lopez: When convenient.75.Election: Nothing to report.76.Health & Safety: RadioffV commercials to advertise Health center. Additional77.postings. Regarding being open on weekends, look into more, short staffed. Dec 1 st, 78.215 Hewitt Union. Problems on campus discussed, work together against hate crimes,79.November 16tl1 formal lounge. Safety task, copyoflast meeting available. Personal 80. alarm system. Next week in depth presentation. 10-12 Alarms, receivers actasblue81.lights. Florida State currently has it. 82. LRP: Thank Molly for meeting. In touch with members. 83. P&F:MetTuesday 5p.m. SAPB researching.84.Recruitment: Yield. 85. Senate Finance: Stay afterwards.86.A1M: Not being in touch with Marine Midland, due to lackofcommunication on their 87. end. Lopez working on Citicard. Meet afterwards.88.Cheeks: Chase Bank not charging fee.89.Silverman: Please quit side conversations, rather leave.90.

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Old Business: SLE.34.25 SA Budget Publication Waive reading Second Sponsors: Cheeks, Figuolo. SLE.34.24 Amend SA fee policy for part-time&Graduate students. Sponsors: Conaway, Friedl, Benjamin, Smith. New Business: SLE.34.23 Funds for CPS Spring Seminar Waive reading Second Sponsors: Reister Public Comments and announcements: Zarecki: Movie, Lethal Weapon 4, 7p.m. 217 HU Join. Wittman: Remind committee to stay after. Smith: Psychic Fair Wednesday11thWiley: LSU Dinner Saturday 5p.m. Friday&Saturday7p.m.lceHockey. Reister: Committee stay after. Congrats to Brain Donovan for athletic achievement. SLE.34.20 No reason stated to obstain Waive reading Second Lopez: Vote yes. Glaser: Will save time, vote yes. Conaway: Yield. Benjamin: Motion to amend (friendly amendment), Last line, Superseeds all previous bills dealing with abstentions. Allers: Good idea to give reason. Storch: Most reasons acceptable. Call to question Second Bill passes 24 Y, 5 N, 1A.107. 108. 109.110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119.120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130.131.132. 133.134.135. 136.137.138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. Meeting adjourned at 7:33 p.m. 91. Special Orders: 92. SLE.34.22 WNYO Purchase of Equipment 93. Waive reading 94. Second 95. Reister: Vote yes. 96. Allers Call to question. 97. Second 98. Objection 99. Conaway: Why not long-tenn buy? 100. WNYOrep:Trying to cover ourselves. Quickly. Everything falling apart. Instead 101.ofasking more money. 102. Call to question 103. Second 104. Bill passes 26 Y, 0 N, 3A.105. 106.

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON'-' OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 11th Meeting17November 1998 1. Call to Order2.Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/ studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54103. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silverman, Vice President Sam Reister, Onondaga Senator Lynda Koster, OCA Director Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports 8. Old Business SLE.34.24,SLE.34.25 9. New Business SLE.34.26, RES.34.5,RES.34.6, RES.35.7 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment

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STUDENTASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34tbLegislative Session11tbMeeting17November 1998www.oswego.edu/ studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ... 1. The meeting was called to order at 6:06 p.m. with 27senators present.2.3. No amendments to the agenda.4.5. No amendments to the minutes: two copiesofminutes for next meeting.6.7.President's report: 8. Wiley: Wednesday 7p.m. Riggs hall ALANA&SA program.3rdProvost9.candidate lunch. 2ndRound table discussion. Women's rugby club,form required, 10. November lib PresidentofWomen's rugby memo, serious violation, constitution 11. turned in, rejected. Remind clubs&organizations. Letter will be send. 12. Storch: Whatifsome funds are withheld from club? 13. Wiley: Some funds outsideofSA account. No money made outofalcohol sales14.justdoor. 15. Storch: Do we know how much they made? 16. Wiley: No. Form must be completed. Up to this point no money into account from 17. event. 18. 19. Vice-President's Report: 20. Silverman: Found new executive assistant. Office hours: Tuesday 2:30-4:30, 21. Thursdays 1 :30-2:30. Helping with writingofbills etc. Legislative typist finishing up 22. now. Some money possibly left over. Very useful to look up on disk etc.Find a lotof23. information from past. Miss-a-meal: Dining hall sign up list. Miss Friday dinner. 24. Community Services Special Olympics. Approval from senate to fund. 25. Benjamin: Send out any letters etc. 26. Silverman: No. Didn't know in fall. 27. Storch: How inform residents? 28. Silverman: Flyers at dining hall etc. Approved. Regarding bill #26, let back in 29. because had meeting. Discussed last bill. Representative from OCA. Breakdownof30. funds from Lynda. Resolution #5, Started working in September, December 8th ,want 31. association behind it. Resolution #6, Mentioned before. Students more environmentaly 32. conscious. Try test project in Lanigan. Bins not put out even when promised. No more 33. phone calls. 34. Reister: When correcting people, don't take personal. When speakers come, only 35. to inform not debate. Some questions ask after. Senate bad name because clubs feel like 36. being attacked. Equal speaking in senate. 37. Lynda Koster, OCA Director: Set certain goals. Here to represent students. 38. Internet, housing list, news letter, updating information immediately. Not reaching

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39. Students in timely fashion. Open housing list: unsafe conditions etc. Prospone news 40. Letter to next semester, want more input from students. New projects: Dec 3rdPeace 41. Institute. Networking capabilities necessary. On campus ideas included. Need 42. computers to pull this off. 43. Jakes-Johnson: Thus notasmuch postage etc? 44. OCA: Promotional and marketing. Prosponing newsletter. 45. Cheeks: How two computers being used? 46. OCA: Apple shareware. 47. Storch: Coming with internet etc? 48. OCA: Yes. 49. Toso: Ethernet connection. ICC for help. Why not using one computer, G3? 50. OCA: Not accessable to students. 51. Wiley: Great idea. How many housing on list, 270? 52. OCA: Yes. 53. Wiley: Recommend charge owners to offset costs. 54. OCA: May get political. May see they have more power when charged, or become 55. picky. 56. Wiley: anyone act like that now? 57. OCA: To some extend. 58. Storch: Work with newspaper? 59. OCA: Great idea, working on advertisement. 60. Jakes-Johnson: Line 27, what need for carpet? 61. OCA: Professional atmosphere. 62. Conaway: Computing capabilities needed? 63. OCA: Enough space to expand and grow. 64. Conaway: Internet connection, database, WP. 65. OCA: Not just for technology but family environment. 66. Silverman: Not need to discuss all details now. 67. Motion to end discussion. 68. Second 69. Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator: See News letter 11/17/98. 70. 71. Finance Report: 72. Bill McDonald, Assistant Director of Finance, reported the following balances: 73. Account#947:$1418.74 74. Account#948:$1295.00 75. McDonald: Regarding bill#23, stress consistency, non-SA. Bill #25, copies are 76. always available, not providetoeveryone. 77. 78. Committee reports: 79. CCRC: Thursday meeting. SAPB bill discussed. Campus wide entertainment, 7p.m., 80. Thursday in Hart. Campus security. Dinner, Miss-a-meal. 81. Elections: Rewriting laws. 82. Senate Finance: Met Friday. 83. H&S: Nothing to report. 84. LRP: Nothingtoreport. 85. P&F: Not quorum, Tuesday@9.86. Recruitment: Off campus senators recruitment. 87. A1M: Nothing new. 88. 89. Old Business: 90. SLE.34.24. Amend SA fee Policy 91. Waive reading

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RES.34.6 Classroom recycling is needed. Waive reading Second New Business: SLE.34.26 CompletionofOCAproject Waive reading Second Sponsors: Cheeks, Lopez, Meirowich, Smith, Wilson, Johnson, Glaser, Benjamin. RES.34.5 Condemn the UseofSweatshop Labor for OSU Products Waive reading Second Storch: Not support slavery. College for diversity, equality. Great bill, pass quickly. Toso: Agree with Storch, OSU promote education. Pass. Lopez: Agree with Storch. Commend Vice-President for bringing issue to floor. Jakes-Johnson: Vote yes. Friedl: Agree. Call to question. Second Passes unanimously. SLE.34.25.SABudget Publication Waive reading Second Figuolo: Good idea to be infonnative. Cheeks: Good bill. Reister: Good idea but wasteofpaper. Casey already providing infonnation etc. Toso: Agree with Reister. Jakes-Johnson: Agree with Reister and Toso. Storch: More physical responsible, easy to get copy, get copy themselves. Lopez: Budget very important document, should have at fingertips. Silvennan: $10.25/semester. Conaway: Agree with Lopez, important document but giving to all doesn'tmeanall will use it. McDonald: Over $100 a year. Cheeks: Important to have documents to make finn decisions. To help out. More infonned. Reister: Thinkoftrees. Jakes-Johnson: Pointofinfonnation, original changed a lot since September. Call to question. Second13Y,13N, 1A+VP vote: N92.Second93.Conaway:Forbill, not fair. Study abroad to be included. 94. Friedl: Agree. 95. Smith: Agree.96.Benjamin: Friendly amendment: line20,3,14, study abroad students included.97.Call to question98.Second99.Bill passes unanimously. 100. 101. 102. 103.104. 105.106. 107. 108.109. 110.111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138.139.140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145.

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146. Motion to be sponsored by the body 147. Pass by general consent, 1 objection. 148. Call to question. 149. Second 150. Passes 26Y,1N.15I.152. RES.34.7 CongratulationstoLSD 153. Waive reading 154. Second 155. Objection 156.14Y,13N 157. Sponsor by the body. 158. General consent 159. Passes. 160. 161. Public announcements and comments: 162. Smith: HUBAC Casino Night tomorrow night. SAPB meeting, saw more 163. senators. 164. Zarecki: Movie: Something about Mary. Thanks for coming to meeting. 165. November 30th7p.m. 166. 167. Meeting adjourned at 7:23 p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego StateUniversity Senate 34th Legislative Session 12th Meeting 1 December 1998 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Callwww.oswego.edul-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54103. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Alison Zarecki, SAPB Matt Silverman, Vice President Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance 7. Committee Reports 8. Old Business SLE.34.26 9. New Business SLE.34.27 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34thLegislative Session12thMeeting 1stDecember 1998www.oswego.edu/ studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101. The meeting was called to order at 6:03 p.m. with 27 senators present.2.3. Amendments to the agenda:4.Otto: Submit bill #27 to be under New business. Asking for sponsorship, time,5.becauseofbreak. Presenting it tonight.6.Second7.Motion passes8.CCRC and Procedure&Finance: Detable bill #21to Old Business. 9. Second 10. Motion passes1l.12. No amendments to the minutes. 13. 14. President's Report: 15. Wiley: Welcome back. Send letter to SA clubs and organizations regarding 16. fundraising in bars. Reminderofpolicy. Come toSAwith questions. Amendment to 17. Executive Order #2 SAPB. Copy in mailbox. Thanks to Zarecki. Multicultural event. 18. No bids, no contracts have been signed for SAPB Spring. 19. Cheeks: Amendment made effective now?20.Wiley: Yes, tomorrow. 21. Barrie: Which organization, fundraiser in bar? 22. Wiley:Women'sRugby. 23. Alison Zarecki, SAPB: Would like to rewrite Executive Order #2. Time for new 24. direction. Two major changes. SAPB Promotions committee and SAPB Multicultural 25. committee. Article 6 section 6 as safeguard. Eli Hernandez as chair. Ensure all 26. different aspectsofcampus are reflected in SAPB. 203 Hewitt Union x2953, 27. webpage. Approx. 35 people at meeting. Bi-weekly next semester. Open to all. 28. February, HUBAC for Winterfest, letter in mailbox. Transfer $1000 toBSUfor Black 29. History month. April 6thStudying abroad Europe, International Education. April 18th _30.25thOswego Spirit Week. May Day, 1stweekend May, concert Sunday. Dirt Day 31. May16thCine Visions new, February. Theme movies, example for Black History 32. Month, Color Purple, Glory, Beloved. Oswego Spirit Week: Monday: Boozer 33. Lecture, controversial and informative. Tuesday: Job Fair, Wednesday: Quest day. 34. Thursday: Lead center Award Banquet, Friday: Drive-in movie, Saturday: Sponsor 35. Spring Fest.Sunday: Float parade and Carnival. Produce strong Fall lineup, add 36. finance director secretary. April 24thconcerts: voting booths for students. SAPB 37. should give more attention to Fine Arts. More cooperation between organizations.

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38. Toso: These bills for chairs next week? 39. Zarecki: Promotional by Wiley tonight and others next week. Eli valuable 40. resource. 41. Smith: Commend you, Zarecki. 42. Cheeks: Multicultural committeeaspart of amendment? 43. Zarecki: Tackedonasanother committee. Yes, Executive board committee. 44. 45. Vice-President's Report: 46. NYPIRG rep: Thank you for your time. Events: tomorrow, 7 p.m. Global 47. Warming. December3cd,How muchisenough? Higher Education forum. December48. 3Cd,Kettle drive near Sweet shop, ringing bells. Toy drive, Sunset inn, admission to 49. local shelters. Sleep out, endofOctober,15people, food donations. November l8t \ 50. Hungerfest, food donations. November 24th ,Press conference, huge success. 51. Silverman: Check mailboxes for article regarding Sweat shop. International Cafe 52. event in Macin, December 3rd7-10 p.m. Off-campus senators, past concern. Should 53. have office hours etc. 54. 55. Finance Report: 56. Molly Casey reported the following balances: 57. Account # 947:$1,418.74 58. Account#948:$1,295.00 59. 60. Committee Report: 61. CCRC: Campus security. CCRC Dinner. ThankstoSam Hayes. Thank senators for 62. helping with SAPB. Miss-a-meal. 63. Elections. Finance.LRP.H&S. Recruitment: Nothingtoreport. 64. Procedure and Finance: Last meeting 5 p.m.Bill #21SAPB should be voted down. 65.ATM:Sign keeps coming off. Spoke with Laboda, refusetokeep putting up. No 66. change from their side. 67. 68. Old Business: 69. SLE.34.21 Creation ofSAPB/SenateLiaison 70. Waive Reading 71. Second 72. Calltoquestion 73. Second 74. 3Y,18N, 6A.75. Bill fails. 76. 77. SLE.34.26 CompletionofOCA Project 78. Waive Reading 79. Second 80. Objection 81. Motion passes 82. Cheeks: Urgetovote yes. 83. Meirowich: Agree with Cheeks, Only a transfer not new accounts. Leave 84. computer choicetoOCA users. 85. Lopez: Agree, Not costing a cent. 86. Smith: Vote yes. 87. Reister: Good bill. Keep in mind OCA after funds spend. 88. Lopez: Final requestforthis project. Extra funds backtoOCA account or SA 89. income line.

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Public Comments and Announcements: Reister: Received post card from CHOICES, thanking SA. Toso: Appointed to Computing FAC committee. A lot of outdated computers. $55/semester/student computing fee. Need is there. Penfield Labtobe expanded over summer. A lotofother schools have fee. Fee for campus technology. Willberequired/mandatoryfee.Wiley: Will waiveroffee mean that student will lose internet access? Toso: Previous fee not used for pre designated things. New fee would have to go to technology. Otto: Friday, December11th ,BSU Talk show, 7-10 Ball room. Scharfenberger: Regarding Toso's concern, Important to be carefulofsourcesofinformation. Administration will listen to proposal from SA and F AC. Fee application varies. Be concerned about presentationoffee. Mandatory fee. Get a lotofinformation, research. Lookofconsequencesofnot paying. Administration not authorized fee. Asking questions important. Lopez: CCRC 4 p.m. tomorrow. 90. Jakes-Johnson: Urge Budget committee to remember this when doing budgets. 91. Smith: Yield 92. Conaway: Agree with Cheeks. Not spending moneyinwise way but not SA to 93. tell how to deal with funds. Pass. 94. Call to question. 95. Second 96. 23Y, 1N,2A. 97. Bill passes.98.99. New Business: 100. SLE.34.27 101. Waive reading 102. Objection 103. Motion passes 104. Sponsors: Reister, Lopez, Conaway, Barrie, Cheeks, Jakes-Johnson, Smith, 105. Figuolo. 106. 107. 108. 109.110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119.120. 121. 122. 123. 124. Meeting adjournedat7:10 p.m. 125.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION.-. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 13th Meeting 8 December 1998 1. CalltoOrder 2. Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinuteswww.oswego.edu/ studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54105. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Alison Zarecki, SAPB Matt Silvennan, Vice President ,.. Sen. Jonathan Figliuolo, Report on President's Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports 8. Old Business SLE.34.23, SLE.34.27 9. New Business RES.34.8 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association Oswego State University Senate 34thLegislative Session13thMeeting 8thDecember 1998 Minutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101. The meeting was called to order at6:15p.m. with 26 senators present.2.3. No amendments to the agenda.4.5. No amendments to the minutes.6.7. President's report: 8. Wiley: Paperinmailbox regarding computingfee.Discussed feeatmeeting with 9. Henderson. Concerned with future useoffee. December21stanniversaryofPan am 10. flight crash. Two OSU students died, service January 24thin Newman center. Round 11. table discussion@8 p.m. Senators welcome. Meeting with NYPIRG, contract 12. discussed. Contract negotiations. 97-98 SA gave NYPIRG $37,710. Discussed future 13.ofNYPIRG, Michelle good job. Here tonighttoask senate feedback. March 2000, 14. referendum, on ballot, "Do you wish to continue funding NYPIRG?"15.($3/semesterlstudent)Ifreferendum pass, SA president no say about NYPIRG 16. contract. No need for referendum now. March'9871%students support NYPIRG. Input? 17. Cheeks: Support signing. 18. Storch: Agree, sign. 19. Wiley: Won't sign until report review. Any concerns come tome. Talk to Michelleifany 20. questions. 21. Cheeks: Guarantee signature? 22. Wiley: Yes, unless unexpected comesup.Thankstoexecutive board. Multicultural 23. committee has been added, in mailbox soon. 24. 25. Vice-President's report: 26. Alison Zarecki, SAPB: Eli chairofMulticultural committee. Alumni&Career Services 27. working together. SAPB&NYPIRG working together on concert, Charity event. Dirt 28. Day, new site, only 4.5 miles by bus. CineVisions. Questions? 29. Sen. John Figliuolo: Report on President's Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. 30. Affect a lotofsports. Summarized, raise fee and cut teams. Page 16, report point 20, not 31.asking state for more funding. Point 21, charge us for everything. Tier1:Men'sand 32. women's Basketballand ice hockey. Tier2:Men's and women's Soccer, Lacrosse and 33. swimming. Tier3:others. Tier 2&3 sports on the cutting board. Suggest to all to get a copy 34.ofreport. Recommend LRP and CCRC to look into matter. 35. Cheeks: Dr. Shaffenberger put in perspective how far this process. 36. Shaffenberger: Only proposal, developed over period. Be aware from who this is coming, 37. not only for students now but future as well. Open to talk to president. 38. Benjamin: Heard president mention that SUNY highest fee paying school. 39. Shaffenberger: Not sure infonnationisaccurate. 40. Toso: Paying more for sports but less sports, what money for? 41. Figliuolo: Fix up facilities and for new equipment. 42. President Asst : Recommendation. Prersident open for suggestions. Will be on web. 43. Copies to various groups.

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SLE.34.27 Funds for "Educational Experienceofa life time" Waive reading Second Silverman: Can arrange for speaker. Wiley: Pick up copy, 7thCulkin, Dr. Grant. Silverman: Look into matter, keep an eye on the issue. Michelle Gulley: Refer to newsletter 12/8/98.SAPB and NYPIRG event. 44.45. 46.47.48. 49.Finance Report: 50. Following balances reported by Molly Casey: 51. Account#947: $ 1418.74 52. 948: $ 1295.00 53. Casey: Good news, Approx. $ 1000 left over from Fire Relief Fund. Money given back 54. to Red Cross. Received thank you letter. SA gave about $ 2500. 55. Procedure&Finance: Bill not very clear what paying for. Met with Psychology. To 56. accomadate 40 people. CPS $270 to 2 people,$50040people. Keep in mind. 57. Wiley: How much funds in Fire Relief? 58. Casey: About $7000. Bill#27Rushed but working on it, approx. 3 weeks. 59. Fundraisers. Great experience. Cindy Adams looking for 4 people, 9-1, discussing new 60. reporting standards, assaults.Ifinterested, let me know. 61. 62. Committee Reports: 63. CCRC: Miss a meal, tables at dining halls, 480 signatures. 64. Elections: Yield 65. Sen. Finance: Yield 66. Health and Safety: Yield 67. Long Range Planning: Yield 68. Procedure and Finance: Paul Hornick: Amendment: $1400 change to 400; remove10$40 69. fee; only keep student attendees. To divide $ 400byhow many students can get to attend. 70. Must be spend 98-99 year and spread out according to numberofstudents attend. 71. Recruitment: Yield 72. Faculty Assembly: Fred Vigeant: 2 resolutions passed. The resolution for Dr. Barbara Witter 73. Gerber, who has served on the FA for over 20 years, will be retiring at endofsemester. 74. Resolution for Ed O'Shea. ChairofFA stepping down, David Kane taking over. FA voted 75. on following: Change in policyofregistration for interrnship credit for study abroad 76. students from other campusses.Passed. Proposed revision on requirements for 77. Informational Science minors. Much more simplified system for electives and change from 78. Cobalt class to MultimedialHypermedia Authoring class. Pass unanimously. Goverance 79. revision on bylaws on establishing an undergraduate curriculum committee. Passed. Did not 80. gettoArticle15.81. Storch: Any committee openings for students? 82. Silverman: All covered. 83. Toso: Computing fee? 84. Vigeant: In packet but not addressed. 85. Silverman: Didn't get to Article15.Suppose to have 2 functions, act as advisement to 86. the president. Committee suppose to gather information. Draftofproposal. One student 87. representative to sit on committee. Look into. Copies in office. 88. 89. Old Business: 90. SLE.34.23 Funds for CPS Spring Seminar 92. Waive reading 93. Second 94. Reister: Good bill, necessary as Molly outlined, assist students. 95. Toso: Non SA but meeting with representative, $400 towards helping students pay not 96. conference. Beneficial, more students attend. Should pass. 97. Call to question. 98. Second 99. Bill passes21Y,IN, 4A100. 101.102. 103.

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104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111.112. 113. 114. 115. 116.117.118. 119.120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129.130.131. 132. 133.134.135.136.137. 138.139.140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155.156.157. 158.159. 160.161. Objection Motion fails. Reister: Increasing education opportunities. Lopez: Diversity. Barrie: Encourage. Good bill. Jakes-Johnson: Echo what all said. Only asking $1800. Good bill. Cheeks: Urge vote yes. Worked hard. Beneficial to all. Figliuolo: Urge to vote yes. Speakers: Casey: Only 55 to 28 rooms. Recommend more to a room. Otto: Two per room better. Less complications. Emailed senators with details. Asking for $1800. Storch: 3 nights, 1museum?Otto: Two Attractions, Historical Black universities. No leisure time, all about education. Storch: Most trips more people per room. Otto: Prefer two per room. Benjamin: Open to all on campus? Otto: Yes, urge senators to go. Jakes-Johnson: Normal rooms not king size. Otto:Don'tworry about rooms, asking $1800. Wiley: When trip? Open to BSU only? Otto: Feb,11th_14th Not BSU trip, open to all. Perfect opportunity to learn about Black History Month. Seperation in Senate. First come first serveifmore than 55. Very good trip. Casey: Change to $1800 specific for bus? Otto: Sure. Wiley: Has campus community been supportive regarding fundraising? Otto: Letter from DeanofArts and Science said no. Still hoping for more support. Silverman: $1800 towards bus, friendly amendment. Toso: Trip good idea, hall not for, reduce $1800 to $900. Reister: Amend for Onondaga, line17$1800 to $1018.74 Second Otto: Vote to leave the same. SA could fund fullyifleave at $1800. Reister: Amend but for hall. Benjamin: Non SA got a lot. SA organization getting less. Figliuolo: Asking less. Wiley: Not BSU. Toso: Asmend should pass. Not authorized for $1800, hall council. Romer: Amend to keep in black. Morgan: Pass bill. Call to question on amendment Second Amendment fails 4Y, 19N,3ACall to question Second Bill passes 22Y, IN,3ANew Business RES.34.8 Thank you Senator Friedl, and Good Luck Sponsored by body Second Passed by body Second Acclamation Meeting adjourned at 7:46 p.m..

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 26 January 1999 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54103.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Alison Zarecki, SAPB Matt Silverman, Vice President .-. Dr. Joseph Grant, Chair, President's Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports8.Special Orders SLE.34.30 9. New Business SLE.34.28, SLE.34.29 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34thLegislative Session14thMeeting 26thJanuary 1999www.oswego.edu/ studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101. The meeting was called to order at6:10p.m. with19senators present. 2. Amendments to agenda: Add Res 34.9 3.4.No amendments to the minutes.5.6. President's report:7.Wiley: Welcome back. Received copy from Michelle, will be signing NYPIRG8.tomorrow. Involvement fair, talk to Brian/Jason, February14th,Wednesday, Need9.volunteers, in ballroom,10a.m. -3 p.m. No replacement for Mahorney, 10. Scharfenberger university advisor, Sam Hayes, Adv. SAPB. Chris Smith & me .,-..., 11. Representatives, will keep you informed, position filled by end semester. 12. Vice-President's report: 13. Zarecki, SAPB: Welcome back. Had monetary concerns, spring line up. Next 14. week,allovercampus, combinationofclassic and favorite movies. Problem 15. regarding free admission at door,tryflyers with free tickets for senators, mailbox 16. next week, $2,$1classic favorites. Congratulations to HUBAC. Bill#28: SAPB 17. multicultural, support bill, asset to SA. Oswego Spirit Week, nothing set in stone, 18. revisions. Oswegonian ad Spring fest, $12, May 1st, Still working on. 19. Silverman: Spoke with Allison, no budget for multicultural now. Part SAPB may 20. have own budget, nothing decided. Have diversity director work with that. Shouldn't 21. be necessary all events SAPB, some freedom for organizations. Co-sponsoring 22. recommended. Diversity director, talk to groups, maybe submit bill on behalf. 23. Account: allocation for next year budget. Budget idea for next year. Senate not fund 24. Above $2000, not mean $2000 to one event. For combination, at least two SA 25. Organizations. Diversity director, position existed before, duties at bottom. 26. Next bill, previous office. Most student governments have. More steps towards 27. Academics, lacking focus on academics. Run parallel to be more involved in 28. academics. Example, this year have four seats on Faculty Assembly. Senate elect 29. FAC as link between executive and senate. Appointed students for committees. 30. Director to work with media groups. Section D stands out. Literature with combined 31. information about classes, faculty etc. Valuable partofguide. Come into office, talk 32. to department heads. Help would be appreciated. 33. Dr. Joseph Grant, Chair, Pres.'s Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics: For 34. detailed versionofdiscussion see handout (Reportofthe Pres.' s Commission on 35. Intercollegiate Athletics). Recommendations to improve athletics. Talk to all for 36. Reactions. Talking to people to gather information. 37. Storch: Fees & relocation, Athletic fee $75? 38. Dr. Grant: Yes, $100 cap. 39. Storch: Tier 3, dissappearance sports, SA can not support those. 40. Dr. Grant: Option relocation. Campus more sports than other schools, most

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41. colleges approx. 16, but Oswego has 21. Concerned about issue. President met with 42. coaches, not invision sport disappearing soon. 43. JakesJohnson: Higher athletic number at Oswego State University is a benefit, 44. Half not tier status. 45. Dr. Grant: 10 or12not tiered now, students now involved, recruiting. 46. Toso: Where go to obtain copyofreport? 47. Dr Grant: On web. 48. Silverman: Copy in office. 49. Toso: To whom should students direct their questions. 49. Dr. Grant: President or me. 49. Smith: Why hockeytodivision one? 49. Dr. Grant: Sport offering most possibilities on campus, looked at conferences, 49. E.C.A.C., Hockey East, New M.A.A.C.(Oswego may become part). Conference 49. affiliation possible, past strong men hockey. Women hockey growing, E.C.A.C. 49. division place possible for women. Gender equality. 49. Wiley: Women's team moved to division one, now not division, why not move 49. division three uptoone? 49. Dr. Grant: Possibilityofreal growth. First grade institution. Tough call. Adding2549. more slots. 49. Zarecki: Romney field house face lift? From funds etc? 49. Dr. Grant:Ifdivision or not, Romney not good condition. New one needed, first 49. phase, rehabilitation. 49. Storch:Ifdivision one, Romney not hold amount people to seat 5000? 49. Dr. Grant: Not 5000. Clarkson hold 3000 seating. 49. Cheeks: President Stanley leaningtoanything specific,ifit is not too early to say? 49. Dr. Grant: President Stanley not expressing views yet, first listen to commentsof49. others. 49. Cheeks: Likelyhoodjust to move division 3 up? 49. Dr. Grant: Definitely an option. 49. Wilkinson: What mean move up? 49. Dr. Grant: First rate media etc. Difference between division 1&3.Division one, 49. concerned with athlete but also spectators etc. Division three, for athlete first. 49. Wilkinson: Student best interest to move up? 49. Dr. Grant: Depends on student's interest. Good for institution, good for student. 49. Storch: What number call to have copy send to student body? 49. Dr. Grant: Copy will be provided, no problem. 49. Toso: Romney, 2000 people, 3000 seated needed. Build new one? Still require big 49. money. Do you have enough funds, where funds from? 49. Dr. grant: State&private funds, hopefully Oswego community. 49. Toso: A lotofstudents concerned about losing sports, can keep large variety. 49. Dr. Grant: Not yet decided, Option on the table. Focus on competitiveness also. 82. Want to maintain as many sportsaspossible. These are all possibilities. 83. Smith: Who on commission? 84. Dr. Grant: Names in report. 85. Wiley: Who make final decision? 86. Dr. Grant: President Stanley will make decision, but she wants to hear input. 87. Wiley: Not all know about issue, recommend open forum, bring all parties 88. together. 89. Dr. Grant: Meeting like thaton agenda. 90. Silverman: Has any other SUNYs done this? 91. Dr. Grant: Oneonta, division one soccer for long time, not awareofothers. 92. Albany, Binghamton and Buffalo competitors. 93. Morgan: Athletic fee comparetoother schools? 94. Dr. Grant: Not a lot lower than us,wereasonable range, not sure. 95. Lopez: Athletics may sway students to come here. 96. Dr. Grant: True. Higher visibility, encourage students to come here.Inour favor, 97. rest on students mainly.

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98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130.131.132. 133. 134. 135.136. 137. 138. 139.140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150.151.152. 153. Si1vennan: More from stateifdivision one? Dr. Grant: No. Silvennan: How does community contribute, benefit, fund? Dr. Grant: Interest does exist. Toso: Copyofreport? Dr. Grant: 20 copies for SA. Also on web. Silvennan: Some other popular teams, though no attention, those looked at to move up? Same consideration? Dr. Grant:Nodidn't look at those as options. Reister: Too late to look at those sports? Dr. Grant: No, but we have more sports at Oswego as it is. Reister: Allow those to use resources. Dr. Grant: Will look at and consider. Will get copies. Want reactions. Thank you. Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG: Refer to handout: Project summaries. Stressed Higher Education lobbying, Sweatshops, General Interest meeting, earth day lobbying etc. Finance Report: Molly Casey reported the following balances: Account#947: $ -381.26#948: $1,295.00 Casey: Regarding auditors, section SA 2000, met with Aux. Accounting, discussing new programs, July 1st Committee Reports: CCRC: Yield. Elections: Bill, meet afterwards. Senate Finance: Yield. Long Range Planning: Members willbecontacted. Health&Safety: Wittman not chair anymore, need new chair. Nominate senator Storch Second Close nominations Second Storch new chair. Ad-Hoc: Nothing further regarding Marine Midland, may close committee. Procedure&Finance: Yield. Recruitment: Two new senators. Faculty Assembly: Monday meeting Lanigan 102 3 p.m. Special Orders: SLE.34.30 All-Campus Election Schedule Waive reading Motion pass by generalconsent Object Jakes-Johnson: DebatesofVice pres.&Pres?Reister: Combinediflittle numberofpeople. Wiley: LDS,datein stone. Petitions available tomorrow. Due next week. Later? Extend petition time? Reister: Most people know. All petitions same, Wiley: Copies to resident halls. Effect numberofpeople running. Silvennan: In effect, election laws, sameaslast year. Jakes-Johnson: Copyoflaws. Reister: Provided during training. Storch: How petitions work?

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154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183. 184. Reister: 50 signatures for in hall senators&250 for Pres. and Vice-Pres. Call to question. Second Bill passed. New Business: SLE.34.28 Diversity Programming Account&Diversity Director Position. Waive reading Second Sponsors: Storch, Cheeks, Toso. SLE.34.29 Establishmentofthe Academic Affairs Office Waive reading Second Sponsors: Storch, Toso, Cheeks. RES.34.9 Thank you Senator Barrie Motion to be sponsored by body Second Motion to be passed by body Second Acclamation Resolution passed. Lopez: Personally thank you, good luck. Benjamin: Thank you and good job. Public comments and announcements Reister: Auxiliary scholarship, returning students and freshmen, contact Aux. Benjamin: HUBAC Chicken wing Super Bowl in Ozone. Meeting adjourned at 7:40 p.m. Minutes submitted by: Dominique Du Plessis Senate Clerk

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 15th Meeting 2 February 1999 1. Call to Order2.Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President President DeborahF.Stanley Alison Zarecki, SAPB Laura Kinsley&Vinny Pietrefesa, Co-DirectorsofGreek Affairs Matt Silverman, Vice President Segall&Nick Munger, WNYO MIchelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports8.Special Orders SLE.34.329.Old Business SLE.34.28, SLE.3429 10. New Business SLE.34.31, RES.34.1O 11. Public Comment and Announcements 12. Adjournment

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STUDENTASSOCJIATJION ,.,.... OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34thLegislative Session15thMeeting in February 1999www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601Fax(315)341-5410-1. The meeting was called to order@6:05 p.m. with 22 senators present.2.3.No amendmentsto the agenda.4.5.No amendmentsto the minutes.6.7.President's Report:8.Wiley: In favorofGreek week. Vinny and Laura pulled together a lot. Have to9.break down barriers. I received phone call from residentoncampus stating that at hall 10. council a senator described a bill tobepolitically motivated. Frown upon, unethical. 11. President Stanley: Thank you Scott and Matt for inviting me to come. We are 12. associated with institution, it affects us when something happens to institution. 13. Regarding budget submitted by governor Pataki, budget request, trustees last fall, 14. negotiatedoncampus, ask last +8.2 increase, financial aid stable, tuition not raised. 15. Trustee not passed, 2.8 not include financial aidortuition, did cover state budget. 16. January 27th,0% increase budget by governor (consult DirectorofFinance). Fiscal 17. Year starts July 1st, 0%, reduction for us. Urge you to seek out financial aid 18. infonnation andbecome active about TAP, operating funds important, but not as much. 19. Urge you to get involved. Gen. Ed. Requirements, faculty controlled curriculum, new20.Gen. Ed. Discussedbyfaculty. Workingonchanging program. Will affect futureof21.institution. Mission review, committee (include. Scott). System Admission willbeon22. campus,don'texpect big changes, but does affect institution. Talk to us, get involved.23.RenovationofHewitt Union. Construction fundcan'tmanage funds as desired. Bestif24.funds come back then ensure immediate application. Lanigan, smart classrooms, core 25. building, core technology old. Cart smart classrooms similar to those in Hart. Ten carts26.to be purchased for Lanigan, Mahar, Swetman or Snygg. Training faculty to use carts.27.Project start in future. Seat work. Residence Halls renovation, Hart was first, next year 28. some halls off-line.29.Toso: What semester? 30. Stanley: Will not affect this coming room selection process. 31. Storch: Which halls? 32. Stanley: Sequenceofpossible lake side or one west side building, not Funnelle. 33. Reister: No funds towards up keepofbuildings. Elevators tobefixed, brought up 34. issue to Mr. Weeks. Safety hazard. Onondaga and mostofnew campus needs35.attention. Funds spent for up keep? 36. Stanley: Yes definitely. Athletic issue,don'thave answers yet. No time line. Talk 37. to coaches. Move sports to more secure. Untiered, allow for cycle planning. Not

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-38. withdrawing intercollegiate sports. Two new sports started, women's lacross and track 39. and field. Full time coaches brought in now, also started paying assistant coaches. 40. Sports information director and assistant. Pushing idea, institution for learning but 41. student centered activity, enforce idea by 1 or 2 sports for excitement. Mixed 42. opportunity campus. Effort for campus and students, possible student activity sports 43. center. Add to value of institution, residential in nature. Not only sports matter, more to 44. it. Not to limit sports. Only hockey limited to division 1.No reason for concern. 45. Wiley: Hewitt renovation, where relocationofservices? 46. Stanley: Don't know. 47. Jakes-Johnson: Gen. Ed. Requirements, forced to take language? 48. Stanley: Occur this way at many other institutions, normal. Resource demanding. 49. Jakes-Johnson: Set own Gen. Ed. requirements, is goal to make SUNY more 50. similar. 51. Stanley: Not goal Ibelieve, but SUNY base. 52. Jakes-Johnson: Set in stone? 53. Stanley: Yes. SUNY taskforce representatives looking at it. 54. Zarecki: Nassau agreement not now., : 55. Stanley: Hoping to make easier to work with. More transfers to get into. 56. Casey: Teams possibly SA funded, concerned. 57. Stanley: Criteria of value monitored addressed later. 58. Reister: Co-op. Effort between sports and SA considered? Facilities for all. 59. Casey: Some sports working on doing that. 60. Stanley: Not awareofany co-op. efforts. 61. Storch: Gov. Pataki budget, dealing with bill tonight. Safety beepers, full 62. support? 63. Stanley: Have not seen all financial aspects. Sure have support, feel more safe. 64. Storch: Tracing issue. Blue lights pathetic. Beepers better than blue lights, on 65. screen, medical information etc. 66. Stanley: Tom Ryan addressed issue. 67. Zarecki, SAPB: Check mailbox for movie tickets. WNYO Thursday air. Posters 68. will arrive this week stating line-up. Artswego, flyers for Tyler. Encourage to go. 69. Opportunity for faculty to take students to arts. Regarding packet last week, omit last 70. page. Thank committee for efforts. May Day occur again this year. Encourage resident 71. to get involved.February15thSAPB General Interest Meeting. PRSSA donate time for 72. newsletter. Involvement Fair, get involved. Spring orientation, congratulations 73. HUBAC and Lakeside. 74. Storch: When General Interest Meeting? 75. Zarecki: February15th7:30 p.m. across from Forum. 76. Laura Kinsley&Vinny Pietrefesa, Co-DirectorsofGreek Affairs: Thank Scott 77. for opportunity and fellow Greeks. Part of'executive committee. Many steps to unite 78. greeks, formed Greek Round Table. All greeks meet to share views, concerns';,etc. 79. Administrators also present. Shaffenberger and Stanley support. Luncheon with 80. Stanley. Community service, leadership etc. Approx. more than 1000 greeks on 81. Campus, $140,000 SA fund. Greek week: Games, sports etc. Non-greek come to see 82. Greeks involvedaspositive. AtWetics& fIre prevention programs. Proposal post greek 83. week workshop. Proffesionals come intoshow how to fundraise. Will donate balls 84. etc, when done. Promote school spirit. Greeks want to take part. 85. Toso: Any funds from greeks? 86. Kinsley: Yes, don't have exact number now. 87. Storch: How pay for workshops? 88. Pietrefesa: Ideas in the making, see what administration can do. 89. Benjamin: Event open to greeks only? 90. Pietrefesa: Viewed by all, not participate, just greeks.

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-91.92.93. 94. 95. 96.97.98.99. 100.1O1.102. 103. 104. 105.106. 107. 108. 109.110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119.120. 121. 122. 123.124.125. 126.127. 128.129.130. 131. 132.133.134. 135. 136. 137. 138.139.140. 141.142.143.Zarecki: Float etc. all too that week for everyone else. Benjamin: Exclusive events not suppose to be fundedbySA. Morgan: Alumni and greeks contribute to workshop? Pietrefesa: In process, looking at all to help, fundraising. Buddy: Greek olympics, where? Kinsley: Allover, weather sites as well. Buddy: What times etc? Pietrefesa: Towards evening becauseofclasses etc. Wiley: Encourage possible funding from SAPB and executive. Toso: Meet after meeting, have some questions. Vice-President's Report: Silverman: Tom Ryan at upcoming meeting. Athletic fee concern. Want all committees to look into matter. Urge to talk to coaches etc. Do research.OCAmeetings, Wednesdays 7 p.m. 221, attendance not good.WNYObill, transfer bill, speak tonight, if information not enough, have option to putoffdecision. Dana Segall&Nick Munger, WNYO: Same as last bill regardingcdplayer etc. Stop by studio, things running well. Computer with editing program more sound, pushing towards technology. Dell computer quote and printer. Share computer now, many problems, very old, lost information. Not asking for extra funds. Widely used system (RCS), in Dr.Hunn'sclass, big discount.APnow using. 60 good for average RAM but AP 2 RAM. Bad, very old. Reister: Better system for less money. Casey: Transfer, 3 year plan. Cheeks: Taking funds outwon'thurt you? WNYO: No, funds just sitting there. Hear digital quality. All saved in computer. Easier. Zarecki: Seen program, amazing. WNYO: Strictly production and traffic needed. Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG: Governor budget stinks. Monday's statewide visibility went well, police asked us nicely to leave. A lotofmedia nationwide: 13 TV, 33 Radio, 22 newspapers.Weneed to put foot down regarding financial aid. Finance Report: Following balances reported by Molly Casey: Account#947:$-381.26 Account#948: $ 1295.00 Casey:Ifpass greek bill, will make account more red. Budget deadlines Feb12th Senate accounts added, budget request if funds want for committees. Three year plans in past, outlayofcapital. Possibly do 2 year plans, recommend, more beneficialto organizations. Graduate council, F AC, very organized. Reister: Diversity director passed, $5000 set aside for multicultural. Cheeks: Account 648 greekaccount? Casey: Diversity in past, Greek office. Lopez: How is budget process going? Casey: Well. Send database to organizations. Set up spreadsheets. Cheeks: Who are 2 senator representatives on Budget council? Silverman: Will check. "CenturyofOswego" book interesting. Committee Reports: CCRC: Dinner next week, key speakers, give me a call. Elections: Meet aftelWards. Election candidates not allowed to partake in their specific election process. Campaigning starts next Wednesday, after meetings.

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144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178.179.180. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189. 190. 191. 192. 193. 194. 195. 196. Finance: Yield. Health and Safety: Spoke with Tom Ryan, meeting Tuesday 9thto discuss beepers. LRP: February 9th5 p.m.SAoffice, review legislation. Procedure and Finance: Meet afterwards. Recruitment: Yield. F AC: See handout. Special Orders: SLE.34.32 WNYO PurchaseofComputer System Waive Reading. Second Reister: Better equipment, cost less. Lopez: Encourage passage. Jakes-Johnson: Support bill. Cheeks: GoodjobDana. Urge for quick passage. Toso: Good bill. Call to question. Second Bill passed unanimously. Old Business: SLE.34.28 Diversity Director Position Silverman: Friendly amendment: recommended allocationof$5000. Storch: All students involve with some organization. Great diversity on campus. Cheeks: Yield. Toso: Agree with Storch. Good idea. Reister: Yield. Lopez: LSU&BSU worked together last year. What reason for recreationofDiversity Director? Silverman: Not for political reason. Meirowich: Great for diversity. Ruppert: Work with NYPIRG and Benjamin to get groups to work together. Allers: Not good to force groups to work together. Where $5000 from? Jakes-Johnson: Allocate $5000. Rhome: Good bill. Cheeks: $ 5,000 set aside for SAPB Multicultural. Organizations would know best regarding their own accounts. Silverman: No funds for SAPB next year, major discussions. Meirowich: Not forcing groups. Allers: $5,000 just when come together. Morgan: Funds still accessible to clubs. Toso: More initiative than forcing, could be valuable. Casey: How would organizationsbegrouped as diversity organization? Silverman:Nospecific listoforganizations. Casey: Base organizations cultural. Jakes-Johnson: Line21What organizationasgender? Silverman: Women's center. Cheeks: Urge to vote down. Should be free will to work together. Disservice to other organizations. Allers: Agree with Cheeks. Bill causing confusion. No need for new account, enough accounts already. Lopez: Where funds from? Diversity Director previously removed, bill not

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197. 198. 199. 200.20l.202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207. 208. 209. 210.21l.212.213.214. 215. 216. 217. 218. 219. 220. 221. 222. 223. 224. 225. 226. 227. 228. 229. 230. 231. 232. 233. 234. 235. 236. 237. good idea. Silverman: Spoke with organizations already. Call to question Second. Bill fails 7Y, 9N,lA.SLE.34.29 Establishmentofthe Academic Affairs Office. Waive reading Second Storch: Student involvement with academic issues. Example F AC. Toso: Urge to vote yes. Cheeks: Good bill, vote yes. Allers: Table to Procedure and Finance. Second Allers: Vague bilI, look into fine tuning it a little. Reister: No deadline. Best interest to table. Jakes-Johnson: Vote no to table. Toso: Urge to table. Call to question Second Motion to table bilI passes. New Business: SLE.34.31 Funds for Greek Week Waive Reading Second Sponsors: Reister, Lopez, Morgan, Heptig, Meirowich, Cheeks. RES.34.1O Oppose the cuts to Fin. Aid&SUNY proposed by Governor's Budget Motion to be sponsored by body Second Call to Question Second Passes Public Comments&Announcements: Jakes-Johnson: Invite all to Hart Hall Cultural Club 9:30 p.m. Storch: Health and Safety. HUBAC Pajama Jam Thursday 2/4. Reister: Applaud Miss Davis for attending senate meetings. Meeting adjourned at 8:25 p.m.

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STUDENTASSOCJIATJIONOSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 9 February 1999 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/ studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54103. ApprovalofAgenda4.Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Alison Zarecki, SAPB Matt Silverman, Vice President KylieAsquith, International Education Storch, Johnson Hall Senator on Health&Safety Issues ""... Phi Beta Lambda Representatives Amanda Bird&Diana Schoff 5. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business SLE.34.318.New Business SLE.34.33,SLE.34.34, SLE.34.359.Public Comment and Announcements 10. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34thLegislative Session16thMeeting 91nFebruary 1999www.oswego.edu/ studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101. The meeting was called to order at 6:08 p.m. with 24 senators present.2.3.Amendments to agenda: Note on agenda to vote for the considerationofBill #334.Tonight.5.6.President's Report:7.Wiley: Request chairsofSA committees to submit namesofstudents to participate 8. In issue dealing with organizations holding fundraisers at bars, determine legality. SA9.Should promote healthy and safe lifestyles. 10. Zarecki, SAPB: Hope you attended Taylor 2 petformance, very successful. 11. HUBAC Winter fest successful. $572 from movie Waterboy. This week movie is True 12. Romance. Tickets for senators should be in mailboxes by Thursday, had printing 13. Delay. Spring line-up flyers in circulation. Spring concerts: April 9th,committee still to 14. Make decision, May 2ndtwo options. Thursday 7 p.m. Study Abroad program. 15. Hardcore bill, back, would like to have another concert. Look into security issue, 16. Student versus professional security. 17. 18. VicePresident's Report: 19. Silverman: Informal committee to work on new structure for SAPB. Need two 20. Senators for discussion, see meifinterested. Joe Grant, setting up some forums 21. Focussing on Athletic issue, currently meeting with various people for input etc. Focus 22. Group to work with architects, looking for 4 students, in March, see meif23. Interested.Looking for replacement for clerk, Dominiqueisleaving. Also need student 24. To fill Dominique's FAC seat. 25. Storch: Nominate senator Jakes-Johnson for PAC seat. 26. Jakes-Johnson: Decline. 27. Kylie Asquith, International Education: Strongly encourage studying abroad. 28. Senators should encourage residents to study abroad. Refer to handout about myths.29.Located in Rich hall, come see us. Australian night Monday at Late Night 8:30 p.m. 30. Erin completed internship in London, promote studying abroad as well. 31. Storch: Met with Tom Ryan regarding beepers. Tom Ryan will be at next senate 32. Meeting to answer questions etc. Bring information to residents. Two optionsof33. Beepers: Walkmate&Security escorts. Three optionsofcompanies: Pronet in Texas, 34. ($315,000 to $350,000 up front required before installation, need guaranteeofnumber 35.Ofpeople, hardwire); Walkmate (radio receivers, little heavier, installation free, no 36. Guarantee required, work trough internet); Security Escort (1.2 million for 37. Distribution). 38. Buddy: Keep beepers after payment?

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39.Storch: No, only rent beepers.40.Reister: Alarm for deaf individuals?41.Storch: No, but no system perfect.42.Reister: Recommend considerationofhandicap individuals.43.Zarecki: How many blue lights on campus? Utilized?44.Storch: Four. No.45.Reister: In caseoffalse alarms?46.Storch: Same asiffalse 911 call being made.47.Buddy: Texas company figures?48.Storch: $315,000 $350,000.49.Morgan: Would we be risking losing any money?50.Storch: No.51.Toso: What is the minimum numberofpeople required for company to stay52.Involved?53.Storch:Weneed to guarantee numberofstudents for 2 outofthe 3 companies.54.Lopez: What aboutifbeeper gets damaged or lost?55.Storch: Same as everything else. Seems durable. May have to pay for damage.56.Phi Beta Lambda Representatives: Submitted bill regarding trip toNewYork City.57.Biggest business organization. Has not taken a trip up to now. One night.Foodand58.Personal expenses paid by students. See bill for breakdownoffunds.59.Jakes-Johnson: Trip for member only?60.Phi Beta Lambda Rep: Open to all but privilege to members. 61. Storch: How much cost per person? 62. Phi Beta Lambda Rep: Not know exact figure. Currently have approximately $306 63. In our account. 64. Jakes-Johnson: How many members do you currently have? 65. Phi Beta Lambda Rep: 63, but expect increase. 66. Casey: Fundraisers?Nodeposits shown in account.67.Phi Beta Lambda Rep: Collect dues. Working on fundraisers.68.Casey: Ask treasurer to come and see me.Beaware that bill will notbevotedon69.Tonight,ifpassed, may still not be available by Wednesday. 70. Reister:Beaware thatSAusually only funds 1/2ofpeople attending.71.72.Finance Report:73.Following balances reported by Molly Casey:74.Account # 947: $ -169.2475.Account # 948: $ 1295.0076.Casey: Increase in acct. # 947 due to left over funds from lastyear'sbill dealing77.With paying legis!. for work over summer.SAhas ability to become networked.78.Budget council members meet February20th&215t,starting 9 a.m.Meetwith79.Organizations etc.SAand Auxiliary, night bus service on weekends, currently 50c,80.7000stickers for free. Spring request funds from Auxiliary. Last year board decided81.Not to fund for next year. Budget council looking for help.82.Allers: Want to get ridofall?83.Casey: Yes, this will mean eliminationofall. Costup next year.Twooptions:84.$74,000 in our budget, 3%ofbudget orifAux.Doesn'trenew, terminate everything.85.Askresident's opinion Express interest to Auxiliary board members.86.Reister: Centro contract, in order for book tobecheaper.87.Toso: Centro not running weekends and have to pay 15c for day trips.88.Felix: Off-campus pay for bus, cutSAfees?89.Casey: Not necessarily. Definitely an issue though. Another suggestion, $37,00090.Allocate as normal to Centro.91.Buddy: When will we know what Auxiliary has decided?

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92. Casey: I believe April/May. Come seemeif you haveanyideas for budget council. 93. 94. Committee Reports: 95. CCRC: Meeting tomorrowat7:30 p.m. in Hart's main classroom. Discuss Athletic 96. Issue. All welcome. 97. Elections: Approval of petitions went well. 98. Senate Finance: Yield. 99. Health & Safety: Contactmeifyou have any questions and/or feedback. Personal 100. Safety Task Force meeting today. Date rape video to be rented for programs. Meet 101. After senate. 102. LRP: Met today, legislation soon about SA vans.Infavorofbill #33. 103. Procedure and Finance: Need more members, meet after senate. Tabled bill will be 104. Discussed next week. 105. Recruitment: Yield. 106. Storch: Nominate Jakes-Johnson for Budget Council position. 107. Second 108. Motion to close nominations. 109. Second 110. Jakes-Johnson: Motiontoresubmit bill#28.111. Second 112. First speakers list: 113. Meirowich: Friendly amendment,seehandout. 114. Benjamin: Some state that billisredundant, but redundancy is good. 115. Jakes-Johnson: Great because any organization can be involved. 116. Davis: Bill little better. All groups have several programs. More business 117. Than program for diversity. 118. Reister:SAPBautomatically Diversity director. Good bill,ifnot use then 119. Just get rid of. Seenoharm. 120. Lopez: Agree with senator Davis. Don't see benefit,nospecific plans. Not 121. Really necessary. 122. Toso:Ifnot used, funds could be returned. Bill benefit small organizations. 123. Buddy: Agree with Toso and Reister, bring diversity. By passing bill, 124. United campus. 125. Storch: Not planned out, but account 947 & 948 also not concrete, senate 126. Smart enough to decide. Similarto(47 &948 but new account, good purpose. 127. Call to question. 128. Second 129. Bill passes 14Y, 6N,3A.130. 131. Old Business 132. SLE.34.31 133. Waive reading 134. Second 135. Reister: Very sound bill. Only 57c per person. 136. Lopez: Reasonable request. Urge support. 137. Morgan: Good bill. Not asking for a lotofmoney. 138. Meirowich: Yield timetoVinny.139. Vinny: Wanttoclearuppoints on bill. Laura and I work on this, added 40 140. greek organizations, Greek round table. 141. Allers: Openinguptoother organizations,howabout resident halls? 142. Vinny: Opentopublic. Entertainment (similar to a concert) to campus. 143. Promote Greeks. In April. Asking approx. 57c per person,10days. Afterwards 144. Donating equipment. Donating tricycles to SAFE. 145. Allers: Wanttoshare quote: "Public moneyfora private party."

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146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176.177.178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182. Vinny: Private participation but for all to view. Promote campus. Benjamin: Only open to some Greeks? Vinny: OPen to local, national, social, black, white, latino etc. Greek round Table. Opened up to the neglected organizations. Cheeks: Parallel what Vinny is saying. Good event, promote greeks. Urge quick passage. Toso: Motion to table bill to Procedure&Finance. Second. Toso: Purposeoftabling bill is to make sure everything is legal etc. Reister:Ifslowed, will delay cause problems? Vinny: No. Jakes-Johnson: Toso made good point. No harm in delaying then table. Benjamin:Don'twant to make decision now, have to make sure all legal, yes, table. Call to question. Second. Motion passes 15Y, 4N,1A.New Business: SLE.34.33 Rightsofthe Student Body Silverman: Tonight voting for consideration. 2/3 vote needed for consideration. Vote for bill in two weeks. Cheeks: Can a billbesponsored by an individual who submitted the bill? Silverman: Yes, but I prefer undermyadministration to rather have submitter speak in frontofsenate. Saleem, how would you chose to do it? Cheeks: What ever you think is best. Sponsors: Allers, Reister, Lopez, Storch, Davis. V ote for consideration passes with 2/3 vote and 1 abstention. SLE.34.34 Funds for Phi Beta Lambda Trip to NYC. Waive reading Second Sponsor: Cheeks SLE.34.35 NYPIRG Representatives on SA Election Ballot Waive reading Second Sponsors: Toso, Storch, Jakes-Johnson. Public comments and Announcements: Jakes-Johnson: Thanks to Dominique Du Plessis for serving as clerk. Silverman: Thanks to Dominique for attending every meeting even Longest meeting last year. Smith: Thanks all for HUBAC Winter fest. Cheeks:Toall attending trip to Washington D.C., have a safe and enjoyable Trip. Storch: Health and safety committee meet afterwards. Benjamin: SAPB privileges only for senators with good attendance records. Meeting adjourned at 7:50 p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 17th Meeting 16 February 1999 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinuteswww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ..I"'""' 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Alison Zarecki, SAPB Matt Silverman, Vice President Tom Ryan, University Police Chief Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator Molly Smith, Oswegonian Business Manager 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports 8. Old Business SLE.34.33 (discussion), SLE.34.34, SLE.34.35 9. New Business SLE.34.36, RES.34.11 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASOCKATKON 202HewittUnionOswego,NY13126 0':::l Student AssociationOswegoState University Senate34thSession 17th Meeting 16 February 1999Minutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 --. 12345678 91011121314 15 16 17 18 19 20 212223 24 2526 27 28 29The meetingwascalledtoorderat6:05 p.n. with 19 senators present.Noamendments to the agendaNoamendmentstothe minutesPresident'sReport: Wiley:Manytickets have notbeenpickedupforNewYorkCitymeeting. Strongly encourage participationofthis. CopiesofCentro contact signed 8/26 are availableintheSAoffice.Termsinclude regular route service and breakdownoffunding providedbySAandAux. Services.SA$260,000 max., $230,000 avg. including 28Sunday'sofbus service. Concern over Aux. Services failing to providegrant.Maylose serviceoriffunded losefunds for other clubs/org. etc. Toso: Off-campus students contribution for ride fromhometodestination? Wiley: $0.60-$0.65 contributionperride Storch:Wouldcontract still exist without Aux. Services contribution.Otherfunding options:Perstudent fee? Centro Sticker Wiley:SAhasanoutwritten through the contract. Concern over losing preexisting services. Aux. Services contribution needed. Brings up safety issues and selling pointofschool. Valuable service. Ruiz: Has Aux. Services threatened to cancel contract previously? Reister:Bookprices reduction10%threatened previously used funds. Toso: What else is funded through Aux. Services? Lopez: PossibilityofincreasingSAfees? Vice-President's Report: Silverman:Inreference to bill 37, special orders, whether students areinsupport to reporttoStanley&Grant.Goodpositiontomakeaneducated decisionontheissueofsupportofmoving toDiv1,andadding awomen's

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" -. 30313233343536 37 38 39 40414243444546 47 48 49 5051525354 55 56 57 58 9 6061626364 65 66 676869 707172 hockey team. Introductionofguest speaker from Phi Beta Lambda: Phi Beta Lambda: In reference to proposed amendment, reduction in the amountoffunds requested by student discount on bus service, money present in account, flower sale, and additional future fund raiser. Trip open to all students at $65 fee. Requested amount $619. : How many students currently going on trip? Phi Beta Lambda: Currently25Tom Ryan: Discussionofpersonal beeper system. Cost is about $50 per semester. Expected decrease in prices within the next three years to $18-$20 dollars. Possibility in future to sell personal beepers to guest for weekends for additional funds. Parking seminars in works to answer student questions. Parking questions? Reister: Suggestiontostagger meetings to accommodate schedules. Jakes-Johnson: Parking permit funds aid what? Tom Ryan:Inrepairs to parking lots and spaces: approx. cost per space $ 3300 to build and maintain Lopez: Possibilityofstop sign by Snygg Tom Ryan: Shouldbesolved by creating the turning lanes which are in progress. Storch: Stoplight Sheldon/104 meeting. Danger for pedestrians. Tom Ryan: State road, hard to implement any changes. Toso: Suggestion to have well publicized parking meetings. Committee Reports: Question about bill for state board reps. Student Action meeting,51inattendance. Christian coalition, good meeting. Earth day question over site. Possibly petition for George Clinton. In mock trial-good student response. Consider3/1lobby in Albany. Homeless&Hunger poster drive. Psi Phi 5 Gamma Bowl-a-thon to raise money. Finance Report Molly Casey reported the following balances: Account #947 : $169.24 Account#948:$1295.00 Lopez: In reference to Centro issue, members should plead with Aux. services. Unfair to cancel contract Storch: Johnson Hall let down, don't appreciate the book funds reduction Silverman: 5 outof9 student representation on board. Encourage representatives to speak about issue. Toso: Set aside funds for Centro to be prepared Saleem: extra money from appealsset aside then redistribute for budget

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73Reister: Suggestiontoset aside1%oforganization expenses.Take away74from everyone equally. (Figuring budget without the $37,00075contribution)76Storch: When can Senate raiseSAfee?77Silverman: Agreement that setting aside 1% good idea.78Casey: Budget requests for the Senate accounts haven't been received. 79 All other organizations have turnedinrequests.80Lopez: Asfaras Aux. services rolestudent representation is needed.81Suggestiontoinvite presidenttonext meeting.82Silverman: SuggestiontotalktoSenate members that act on Aux.83Servicestohave a voice.84Wiley: All students on Aux. Services have been approvedbythe Senate.85Aux.services will have a meeting opentoeveryone laterinthe semester86Reister: There is an elections meeting Mon.2/22 Debate next weekin87the formal lounge, Monday 6:00. Open-panel discussion88Storch: Health&Safety committee meeting with Tom Ryan Tues. Formal89football player plannedtospeak in the fall90Jakes-Johnson: yield91Toso: Greek week bill-old business. Yield92Krugman:Yield93Old Business94Bill 37 Ballot for electionofHockey upgrade95Waivereading96Toso: Stresses importanceofbilltoget accurate opinionofstudents.97Urgetopass quickly. Yield98Storch: Doesn't feel Stanley would act against students. Urgetopass99Yield100Second101Without objections, movetovote102Passes unanimously103104Bill31105Waivereading106Second,noobjections107Sponsors:108Storch:Wasbill changed109Saleem: Committees recommendation110Toso: Fittobe voted onno major objections111Reister: $140,000 a year, $.057 per person112Calltoquestion113Second114Bill passes l3Y,4N115

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116Bill33117 Reister: Limit discussionto10min. No objections118Yield119 Jakes-Johnson: Good idea. Nothing that says students rights not upheld 120 Osterhout: Yield121Toso: Good idea. Yield122123Bill 34 124 Phi Beta Lambda proposal125Asking for $619 126 Saleem: Good amount127Toso: Good work raising their own funds. Yield128Second129Bill passes 16Y, IN 130 Bill35131Second132No objections133Calltoquestion 134 Bill passes 15Y, IN, 1ext.135136New Business 137 Bill36138Second 139 Thank you to Dominique Du-Plessisforyour great job acting as Senate clerk. 140 You will be missed.141Motion to pass142Second143144Public Commentsand Announcements145SA fair. Talktostudentstoinform them146John: Dominique thank everyone for everything147Reister: AgreetocometomeetingasAux Services representative.148Meirowitch:OLCmeeting announcement 149 Saleem: CongratstoPhi Beta Lambda 150 Motion to adjourn151Second152 152Meeting adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 18th Meeting 25 February 1999 1. Call to Order2.Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax (315)341-54103.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Alison Zarecki, SAPB Matt Silverman, Vice President Mike Flaherty, General Manger, Auxiliary Services Sam Reister, President, Auxiliary Services BoardofDirectors Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG Project Coordinator Molly Smith, Oswegonian Business Manager Tim Thomas, Men's Club Volleyball 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports 8. Old Business SLE.34.36 9. New Business SLE.34.37 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON'. OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 18th Meting 22 February 1999www.oswego.edu/ studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410.--1 The meeting was calledtoorderat6:09 with18senators present. 2 No amendments to the agenda. 3 No amendments to the minutes.45 President's Report: 6 Paper report.78 Vice President's Report: 9 Silverman: Urge senators to gotohalls with questions regarding hockey Bill 37.10Guest speakers: Mike Flaherty and Sam ReisterofAuxiliary Services.11Flaherty: Declining salesoftexts ledtodecreaseoffunds. Boardofdirectors, made upof129 students and 9 faculty made decisiontolower text book prices. This ledtoa decrease in13revenuesoftext book sales. Thedecisiontonot fund the Centro downtown service was14proposed.15Wilkinson: Has the cut in prices led to an increase in textbook sales16Flaherty: Yes, there was in increase in this years sales from the preliminary numbers17Jakes-Johnson: Aux. Services budget is on file in the library for public viewing, in this18budget there is closetoa million dollars in miscellaneous funds reported. Reasoning for19these miscellaneous expenses? 20 Flaherty: paper supplies, cleaning supplies, insurance, postage, telephone use.21Jakes-Johnson: Possibilityofreallocating someofthe miscellaneous expenses to cover 22 budget cuts?23Flaherty: Attempted previously through cut in dining hall services. 24 Toso: Possibilityofopening Cooper on weekends for full service dinner on weekends and25Saturday brunch.26Storch: Is Aux Services run as a paid organization? Is it run by a board or an individual27Flaherty:Itisrun as a not for profit organization which means that any profits made go28back into the campus community.29Allers: Why has Aux Services failedtomake any profits in the past two years? 30 Reister: Money has all been allocatedtoprograms such as Centro, RA services, SA V AC,31ALANA, career services, etc. 32 Case:Inthe budget for next year, amount in program fund?33Flaherty: Budget unfinished, but approx. $400,000 programming. 34 Jakes-Johnson: Did Aux. Services fund the inauguration ceremonies? 35 Flaherty: Aux Services sponsored a picnic. 36 Storch: Amount in total budget goestowhat?37Flaherty: Food, labor, lights, and heat38Storch: Allocationsofmoney paid by studentsofboard fee? 39 Flaherty: The fees are accepted and redistributed through the programs. 40 Casey: Chancesofgetting the funding for Centro?41Flaherty: Possibilityofrevisiting the issue with Aux. Services. Perhaps student user fees 42 could be a consideration

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43 Storch: Any consideration that Aux Services has a $12 mil. budget and senate has a$441.2 mil. budget 45 Jakes-Johnson: Book reductions have not shown a great increase, any thoughts to re-46raising the book prices? 47 Flaherty: This is a recurring issue most likely problem would arise again in the near future 48 Allers: Competition seems tobealmost impossible, Kraftees is still receiving more text49sales even with reduction in prices. Have you considered any other competition strategies?50Benjamin: Additional meansofreceiving texts. Amazon.com has books cheaper than 51 Kraftees and the College Store? 52 Flaherty: Amazon services loses $-7 on every textbook sold. The college storecan'tafford 53 to take such losses. 54 Jakes-Johnson: Cause and effect between reduction on services and reductions for 55 students residing on-campus? 56 Reister:Thenew demographicsofthe campus has been the main cause. 57 Benjamin: Any consideration to SUNY Cards in the future? 58 Casey: Thank you to speaker and commend to book dept. for hard work in their efforts. 59 Reister: in reference to comments last week, Aux. Services holds closed meetings that was60a decisionofthe entire board and meetings are moved to allow members to view all the61funded areas. 62 Speaker: Michelle Gully 63 Gully: ReminderofLobby Day for NYPIRG&Student Assembly. A voter's guide to all64 campus elections willbehanded out next Monday. Suggestion to take advantage and 65 present at hall meeting to have well-informed voters. 66 Speaker: Molly Smith 67 Smith: Oswegonian budget manager asking for transfer from account # 569 computer 68 maintenance to 3 yr. plan to purchase server. Greater needed, data has been lost in the past 69 Storch: Can you explain the need for the DVD kit&modem purchased?70Smith: Equipment needed for editor to phone in and for layout purposes. 71 Reister: Permission to switch funds?72Smith: Yes, immediate use wanted. 73 Speaker:TimThomas74Thomas: National Volleyball Championship. Request for funds totaling $6850 75 Jakes-Johnson: Are you currently qualified for the championship?76Thomas: Place bid and 25 open spaces become filled on a first come first serve basis. 77 Jakes-Johnson: Year's budget$2loo?What did this money go to?Doyour players 78 contribute to any extent?79Thomas: Any funds raised in the past and future fund raisers will go towards this80tournament 81 Storch:Whatsortoffund-raisers do you have planned?82Thomas: Campus-wide formal, planned tentatively for 4/24. Expected profits optimally 83 $9000-$10,00084Storch:Canyou keep us informed about any advances? 85 Buddie: Possibly submit a new bill after any possible fund-raisers?86Casey: Why areyoupaying for a representative to go? 87 Thomas: Nationals require a representative present 88 Wilkinson: Are 6 nights at a hotel necessary?89Thomas: With the scheduleofpractice times and matches, yes. 90 Toso: Possibilityofleaving Tuesday vs. Monday. Any member contributions?91Thomas: Players are not informedofpractice times asofyetbased on a lottery system. 92 Members must pay for sightseeing, gas, and entertainment 93 Jakes-Johnson: Do tournament rules allow you to play all days evenifyou initially lose 94 Thomas: Play all 3 days, regardlessofwin-loss records 95 Casey: How much student contribution would members provideifexpenses were denied. 96 Thomas: Playerscan'tbe expected to come up with these amountsoffunds. Trip 97 probably wouldn'tgothrough 98 Jakes-Johnson: Request for funds earlier?

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.,--99 Thomas: Information doesn't come through until late in January. Info, necessary to make 100 plans for hotel, bus, etc.101Storch: Possibility of vote through e-mail with majority quorum? 102 Silverman: Bettertoput together special meeting for official vote .103Toso: Can deposit be refunded if you rented the hotel rooms? 104 Casey: Account at this time is -$1300, severe lackoffunds already.105Thomas: 8 players graduating, it would be 2-3 years before this opportunity again arises. 106 Jakes-Johnson: Funds raised from Pepsi-One fund-raiser?107Thomas: Receive next week, already funding other matches. 108 Buddie: How much contribution by members? 109 Thomas: None, if formal goes through, money will be returned to the Senate 110111Finance Report: 112 Molly Casey: Account #947 $-1,358.00113Account#948 $ 1,295.00 114 Budget committee and finance committee recommended for end of week. 115 Miller: New pager system needed for SAVAC 116 Casey: Putting in bill to present in future meetings.117Silverman: Budget Council well, Long-range planner: personnel evaluations, salary118considerations, and with high cost of phone extensions in offices, cell phones possibility 119 Wilkinson: Information on parking forums 120 Storch: No date have been setasof yet, I will bring any info I have121Lopez: Yield 122 Reister: Election committee and Finance committee meetings following Senate123Storch: Health&Safety: contract proposals for personal beepers have had competitive 124 bids. 125 Jakes-Johnson: Long range planner: Need for review of pay scale and consideration over 126 the costofphones. 127 Toso: Procedure&Finance: Setupmeeting after Senate128129 Old Business: 130 Bill 36. Funds for Mac Server131Waive reading 132 Jakes-Johnson: Proven responsible for huge asset to school. Urge to pass quickly133Kostran: In favor 134 Yield135Second 136 No Objections 137 Bill passes 15Y,ON,5A138139 New Business: 140 Sponsor: Reister141142 Public Comments and Announcements:143Thank you to Molly Smith 144 Motion to adjourn 145 Second 146147Meeting adjourned at 7:56 p.m. 148

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Student Association Oswego State University Senate 34th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 March 1999 1. Call to Order2.Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinuteswww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54105. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Alison Zarecki, SAPB Matt Silvennan, Vice President,-Janice Marlow, History Club Eric Crombach, Ski Club David Burstein, SA V AC Dan Bair, Men's Rugby Club6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports8.Old Business SLE.34.33, SLE.34.38 (Amended)9.New Business SLE.34.39, SLE.34.40, SLE.34.41, SLE.34.42, RES.34.12 10. Public Comment and Announcements 11. Adjournment ,-