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33rd Session (1997-98) Legislative Documents

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO. STUDENT ASSOCIATION .... I""""----------------------------:i::lll Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 18th Meeting 17 February 1998Bill #43 Funding to Bring SU Law Students to CampusWHEREAS,free legal counsel is oneofthe best services that the Student Association provides; andWHEREAS,the service that S.A. provides has been beneficial to the many students who have used this service; andWHEREAS,the hours that the S.A. lawyer is available are limited and far between for a student in desperate needofadvice; andWHEREAS,Syracuse University has made available second to third year law school students who are very knowledgeable about the law and can help give advice and prepare students for trial; andWHEREAS,these students would give a numberofhours to assist Oswego students; ).0(h.. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $1500 be budgeted for the 1998-99 academic year in order to bring two law school interns to work in conjunction with the S.A. lawyer. SUBMITTED BY: Kristen Benjamin SPONSORED BY: Tim Allers, Alison Zarecki SENATE ACTION Sent to Committee '"10....I'"

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON 202Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 18th Meeting17February 1998www.oswego.edul-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ..'(10" ..... . .. r Special Orders Student Association Bill [SLE.33.44] BASIC Reinstatement to Tier 3 WHEREAS,Brothers And SistersInChrist has been dedicated to the State UniversityofNew York at Oswego for approximately twenty years; andWHEREAS,during the past twenty years, the staff has worked diligentlytoaccommodate the membersofthe campus community; andWHEREAS,the fellowship includes students, faculty, events, and student life in Oswego; andWHEREAS,the purposeofBrothers And Sisters In Christ is to provide a Christian fellowship to deepen and strengthen the spiritual lifeofthe communityatthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego; andWHEREAS,due to miscommunication between the Brothers And SistersInChrist staff and the S.A. Supreme Court, Brothers And Sisters In Christ is being dropped to Tier 2 status; andWHEREAS,Brothers And SistersInChrist previously achieved Tier 3 status, whichiflost, would hinder the effectiveness and efficiencyofour continually growing organization;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that Brothers And SistersInChrist be kept at Tier 3 status. SUBMITTED BY: The Brothers And Sisters In Christ Staff SPONSORED BY: Saleem Cheeks..SENATE ACTION Passed 20YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT18February 1998 Mark Hafner, President Date Signed by President

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202 Hewitt Union SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGE tIT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON'0-',.... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 18th Meeting17February 1998 -' .. ,..'. .. Student Association Bill [SLE.33.45] Blue Lights on Campus WHEREAS,the apparent need for more blue lights is great on this campus; andWHEREAS,the views expressed by the average fee-paying student is for more blue lights in efforts to feel safe; andWHEREAS,the Student Association has lead the efforts for safety on this campusinhopes tobesupported by the administrators; andWHEREAS,these efforts started in the 31st legislative session with the passageofbill #39 by an overwhelming majorityofthe Senate body;THEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $14,600betransferred outofAcct. #916 into an account tobecreated to purchase four blue lights with the following breakdownoffunds:. Four lights@$3400 Miscellaneous (i.e. shipping & handling) TOTAL$13,600 800 $14,400 SUBMITTED BY: The Health&Safety Committee .. SENATE ACTION Withdrawn

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'(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOf STUDENT ASSOCRATRON...,....-------------------------------.:JLl Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 18th Meeting17February 1998StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.33.46] Net AssetParameters(FundBalance) 4> WHEREAS,our current fund balance procedure calls for holding a rmrnmumof$125,000 comprisedof$75,000 for capitol reserve and $50,000 for equipment replacement; andWHEREAS,seventy-five percent (75%)ofthis money is set aside for capital expenditures, twenty percent (20%) for emergencies and discrepanciesinthe budget, and five percent (5%) as the Senate deems necessary; andWHEREAS,the Student Association is in elire needofchanging these guidelines becauseofchanging Student Association needs and changing monetary base;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following guidelines be adopted asofMarch 25, 1998: .. 1. Designated net assets include required reserves plus other pre-designated assets suchas:replacement accounts for radio, ambulance, copier, etc 2. Ten percent or a minimumof$125,000ofthe total predetermined revenuesofthe Student Association must be keptasnet assets for reserve requirements at all times. .. 3. The excess funds over ten percent (10%)ofpredetermined revenuesofthe Student Association can be used in the following manner: A. Twenty percent (20%) used for emergencies and discrepancies in the budget.B.A percentage used as the Senate deems necessary in the following manner:Ifthe net assets are less than $200,000, the senate allocation will equal 4% of the difference between net assets and designated net assets.Ifthe net assets are more than $200,000, the senate allocation will equal 5% of the difference between net assets and designated net assets. 9 If the net m;sets arc more than $210,000, the senate allocation will equal 6% ofthe difference between net assets and designated net :Issets.

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'. ;Ifthe netassets are more than $220,000, the senate allocation will equal 7%ofthe difference between net assets and designated net assets. Ifthe net assets are more than $230,000, the senate allocation will equal 80/0 ofthe difference between net assets and designated net assets. Ifthe netassets are more than $240,000, the senate allocation will equal 9%ofthe difference between net assets and designated net assets.Ifthe net assets are more than $250,000, the senate allocation will equal 10%ofthe difference between net assets and designated net assets. The maximum senate allocation will be 10%ofthe difference between net assets and designated net assets.4.As Senate allocation increases, the percentage allocated to capital expenditures will decreasebythe same percentage.5.As Senate allocation decreases, the percentage allocated to capital expenditures will increase by the same percentage.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat all senate allocation must be presented in the formofa bill.BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat noneofthe above mentioned fundsbeallocated until the auditofthe previous Student Association fiscal year is presented to the senate. SUBMITTED BY: Brad Goldowsky SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body Reviewed and Amendedbythe Procedure&Finance Committee SENATE ACTION Passed21YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 26 March 1998 Mark Hafner, President V" Date SignedbyPresident

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCiATiON < Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 18th Meeting17February 1998Bill #47Fund Balance IncreaseWHEREAS,the Student Association is in dire needsoffunds due to unexpected needsofStudent Association organizations; and ... ''"'" WHEREAS,the only way the S.A. will be able to help these student organizations is to raise the Senate allocationofthe total net assets;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the Senate allocationofthe total net assets be raised to seven percent(7%).SUBMITTED BY: Brad Goldowsky SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Sent to Committee .. .. r,..-".-

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-smdentaStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 19th Meeting 24 February 1998202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATION..:II"""-....::...-....:--------------------------:;JIl -..Student Association Bill [SLE.33.48] Three-year Plans Presented to Senate .. WHEREAS,the Student Association Senate needstobe awareofthe three-year plans being submitted by certain S.A. organizations; andWHEREAS,it is a crucial partofthe checks and balances system for the senate to approveofthe three-year plans;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that all three-year plans be presented and voted on by the Senate. SUBMITTED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Seneca Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Gloria Toso, Kristen Benjamin, Ryan Turner, Jay Lopez I' SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 March 1998 Mark Hafner, PresidentVDate Signed by President ...

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studenra 202HewittUnion SUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION ." StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.33.49]FundsforChemistry ClubTriptoNational ConferenceStudent Association State UniversityatOswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 19th Meeting23February 1998WHEREAS,the Oswego State University Chemistry Club (American Chemical Society Student Affiliate) was invitedtopresentattwo different eventsatthe American Chemical Society's National Meeting in Dallas, Texas March28April2,1998; andWHEREAS,Anthony Donofrio, Mary Parmley, Sarah Karl, and Pamela Johnson,allSenior Chemistry majors and membersofthe Chemistry Club, and student affIliates ofthe American Chemical Society will be attending; andWHEREAS,the Oswego State Chemistry club has been chosen to present on ACS National Successful Student Affiliates Chapter Activities on March 30th, and on March 29th, the Oswego Students will do a ChemDemo Session for their work with the "Kids and Chemistry OutreachProgram"; andWHEREAS,they will also be attending a special recognition awards ceremony where they will be awarded the Commendable Chapter award for all their work in 1996-97 school year; andWHEREAS,Oswego University was the only SUNY college to receive this award and one outoffour colleges in all of New York state that will be recognized; andWHEREAS,itisa great honor for Oswego State University to be recognized by this national organization and very important for our school to be representedatthis event (Please see attached sheets for verification.); and-. ..,.:"'":;.;...r:-"1-.WHEREAS,the Conferenceisa great educational opportunity for the participants as there will be great chemists fromallover the United States lecturing on their research (See attached Concentrated Programming sheet.). The Chemistry Club advisor, Dr. Raymond O'Donnell, will be participatinginthe Conference and Dr. Joseph LeFevre, also from SUNY Oswego, will presenting on his current research; andWHEREAS,the students have received a waiver for the admission fee to the conferenceof$125 value in return for their ChemDemo presentations and they have also obtained free lodging from a relative of oneofthe participants;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that $1,439.67 be transferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #951 for the costofairfare to the National Chemistry ConferenceinDallas, Texas and also the costsofthe supplies for our demonstration and presentation. (See breakdown on following page.)

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..... BEIT FURTHER ENACTEDthat the Finance Department reimburse outofthe above sum the costoftwo airline ticketsifnecessary.BEIT FINALLY ENACTEDthat the above clause is contingentonChemistry Club turning in all monthly summaries to date. SUBMITTED BY: The Chemistry Club SPONSORED BY: Craig Little, Sam Reister, Unisa Barrie ..... ,.SENATE ACTION Passed 13Y7NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 4 March 1998 Date Signed by President

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.,.... (315) 341-3601 Fax(315) 341-5410www,oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY 13126COLLEGE M OSWEGO STUDENTASSOCKATKON.
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. J.'..... SLE.33.50 SENATE ACTION Passed 17YON1A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT18March 1998 Page 2 Mark Hafner, President Date SignedbyPresident

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(315) 341Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202HewittUnion SUNYOswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 20th Meeting 3 March 1998COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON."",",-.-::::.....::=-=-=--=:...=......:......=-..=...::::.....:..-----------;aI .. ..StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.33.51] Maximum Budgetary Allocation forTier2GroupsWHEREAS,the current budgetary process provides no guidelines for funding amounts relativetotier status; andWHEREAS,the current budgetary procedure provides for Tier 3 and Tier 4 organizations tobedropped down to Tier 2 status when they have not complied with the charter and budget deadlines; andWHEREAS,for the second consecutive year, some Tier 3 and Tier 4 organizations have been dropped downtoTier 2 status; andWHEREAS,aninexperiencedorirrational budget council could decidetokeep above mentioned Tier 2 groupsatthe same continued leveloffunding, significantly decreasing the amountoffunding available to other Tier 2 clubs; andWHEREAS,this would cause smaller clubs to be hurt when larger groups are penalized for not complying with procedures and deadlines; and ..; WHEREAS,in fairnesstoallofour organizations, parameters mustbeset to ensure thatallS.A. organizations are given equal and fair consideration in the budgetary process;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the maximum budgetary allocation for Tier 2 groups in the 1998-99 fiscal year be set at $2,835. $2,977 $3,126 -" BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the maximum budgetary allocation for Tier 2 groups be raised no more than 5% each successive year. i.e. 1999-2000 2000-2001 Mark Hafner, President SENATE ACTION Passed 16Y 2NOASUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Tim Allers, Craig Little, Unisa Barrie, Gloria Toso ruJ/.fl-rJv/ DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT18March 1998 Date Signed by President

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 20th Meeting 3 March 1998202 Hewitt Union SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOI '.C I'" STUDENT ASSOCRATRON Student Association Bill [SLE.33.52] Funds for MayDay WHEREAS,MayDay is an annualSA.event which benefits the Oswego State student body and surrounding community; andWHEREAS,last year's budget council unintentionally omitted appropriate funding for MayDay; andWHEREAS,the former DirectorofFinance attempted to correct this problem by adding $20,000 to account #835 and $10,000 to account #836 but inadvertently forgot to get those adjustments approved by the Senate; andWHEREAS,the total costofthisyear's MayDay celebration is estimated at $17,500;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $17,500 from Acct. #835 be designated to cover the expenses for MayDay with the following estimated breakdownoffunds: ..I:C-If'" ..Entertainment (including FunFlicks, etc.) Publicity Payroll Misc. Total $12,500 2,500 1,000 1,500 $17,500 JC SUBMITTED BY: SAPB Special Events SPONSORED BY: Unisa Barrie, Kristen Benjamin, Keon John, Gloria Toso Sam Reister, Amanda Friedl, Jay Lopez ... SENATE ACTION Passed 17YON1A Mark Hafner, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT18March 1998 Date Signed by President

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Student Association Bill [SLE.33.53] Funds for Biology Club Trip to Biodome WHEREAS,the Biology Club has created events and activities that welcome the Biology students, faculty, and the entire student body on campus; andWHEREAS,the Biology Club has increased its numbersofmembers in past semesters; and(315) 341Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 20th Meeting 3 March 1998202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO .-'"'_,,-.,_S_T_U_D_E_N_T_A_SS_O_C_KA_T_K O_N__ WHEREAS,one goalofthe Biology Club is to have events and activities where students and professors gather to add academic background knowledge with an outside learning experience; and. .,. WHEREAS,this semester the Biology Club is planning a trip to the BiodomeinMontreal, Canada on the datesofMarch 27 28, 1998. AsofFebruary 25, 1998 approximately 25 people expressed an interest inattending; andWHEREAS,students are willing to pay for their own food, lodging, miscellaneous expenses, admission fees, the Biology Club is asking help in paying for 50%ofthe transportation fees, this would help our club goonthe fIrst overnight trip outoftown, and allow for us to utilize our leftover funds for future events, until we achieve our fInancial goal through current fund raisers;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $320 be allocated to the Biology Club to help cut the costs for each individual student on attending the trip to the Biodome in Montreal with the following breakdown of funds: Two vans at $99.95 for two days Gas approx. 30 gals. x six tanks Total Less 50% from Biology Club members Total Request $399.80 240.20 $640.00 320.00 $320.00 Date Signed by President Mark Hafner, President J//tJ/1g DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT18March 1998 SUBMITTED BY: The Biology Club SPONSORED BY: Tawana Williamson, Tim Allers, Keon John, Craig Little, Corie Girardi, Gloria Toso A//). 1/ ./ SENATE ACTION Passed 20Y 5NlA

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edul-studentaStudentAssociation Bill [SLE.33.54] Funds for the History Club Washington, D.C.TripWHEREAS,the History Club is planning and organizing a weekend field trip to Washington, D.C., which will be on April 3 -5. These field trips, in past years, have proven to be an effective means to inspire students inallmajors to review their options in career/vocational choices, particularly for those students interested in working for the government. Students will visit the White House, the Capitol, agencies, museums, Holocaust Museum, all the memorials, etc.; and202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session21st Meeting17March 1998COLLEGE lIT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASOCKATKON '.---f!""----------------------------A-IJ WHEREAS,this trip addresses students who are displaying a strong interest in pursuing knowledge about American History and the government. These tours have reached a large numberofstudents in previous years who have followed advanced degrees, and pursued various careers in Washington, D.C.; and... WHEREAS,the field trip is open to all enrolled students from any majors; andWHEREAS,the objectivesofthis field trip are to visit and study major sitesofgovernment in American History and cultures and to increase awarenessofgovernmental issues and to provide opportunities for people to explore the venuesofcareers; and .' WHEREAS,the History Club has been working to help finance this trip by fundraising and the History Club had received funding support from the DeanofArts and Sciences for transportation expenses two vans@$199.00 per van, totaling approximately $400; andTHEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $600betransferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #942 to help finance partofthe costofhotel sleeping accommodations for approximately 25 students. Faculty members going on the field trip will pay for their own expenses. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Jose J. Calderon, President, History Club&David W. King, Ph.D. CraigLittle, Tim Allers,RyanTurner, B/jAliSOnzarecki SENATE ACTION Iv Passed 19Y 2NOAMark Hafner, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 26 March 1998 7(2{/qg Date Signed by President

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, ...... ..,(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY 13126COLLEGE JIT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCXATXONet.....,... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session21st Meeting17March 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.33.55] 1998 All-Campus Election Results WHEREAS,the 1998 Student Association All-Campus Elections occurred on Tuesday, March 3, and Wednesday, March 4; 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 1998 All-Campus Election be recognizedbythe Student Associationasthe Official Results. -Referendum Question #1Do you support the ideaofserving alcohol in the Ozone? Yes 874 (59.5%) No 353 (24.1%)Referendum Question #2Do you wishtocontinuetosupport a chapterofNYPIRG at its current levelofthree dollars per student per semester? Yes 1044 (71.1%)No 172 (11.7%)PresidentScott Wiley 825 Kristen Benjamin 480Write-in Votes: Jay Lopez, 24; Paul Andrews,2;Tom Stowers,2;Allofthe following people received one vote each: Angie Campana, Mark Hafner, Jeff Holmes, Craig Rashford, Cliff Ritter, Scott Ritter, Jen Smiley, Lillian VasquezVice PresidentMatt Silverman 948Write-in Votes: Jay Lopez, 186; Jen Smiley, 4; Paul Andrews,3;Tom Stowers, 3; Allofthe following people received one vote each: Phil Agistino, Steve Babson, Scott Belanger, Kristen Benjamin, Saleem Cheeks, Mark Ciciarelli,Nick FatteySenators Funnelle Hall(2)Gloria Toso 89

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.... ,... Oneida Hall(2)Tim Allers 47 Onondaa:a Hall(3)Sam Reister -88Saleem Cheeks 78 Total numberofstudents who voted 1469 SUBMITTED BY: Craig Little, Elections Committee Chairperson SPONSORED BY: Gloria Toso, Alison Zarecki ..,. '. SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 26 March 1998 Mark Hafner, President Date Signed by President

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudentAssociation Bill [SLE.33.56] S.A.V.A.C.PurchaseofFirstResponse VehicleWHEREAS,the Student Association Volunteer Ambulance Corps (S.A.V.A.C.) has provided emergency medical care to the campus community for twenty five years and anticipates continued service; and202HewittUnion SUNYOswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 24 March 1998COLLEGEATOSWEGO.... ..... STUDENT ASSOCIATION........... ,WHEREAS,S.A.V.A.C. provides stand-by coverage for numerous on-campus events; andWHEREAS,multiple events take place on campus simultaneously that require S.A.V.A.c. stand-by; andWHEREAS,the numberofcalls S.A.V.A.C. has responded to has increased over the last five years; andWHEREAS,S.A.V.A.c. is attempting to provide 24-hour emergency medical service to the college community to better serve them; and. .. WHEREAS,S.A.V.A.c. has become an active memberofthe OswegoCounty mutual aid plan; and..WHEREAS,S.A.V.A.c. plans to continue to increase the levelofcare they are able to provide to the college community;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $28,000 be allocated from Acct. #916 for the purchaseofa First Response Vehicle and the necessary equipment to meet New York State 800 Regulations with the following breakdownoffunds: ......':.,.. Jeep Cherokee from State contract Light Bar and Siren Medical Equipment to meet NYS Guidelines Additional Misc. EquipmentTOTAL$21,751.00 2,425.87 947.03 2,876.10 $28,000.00 SUBMITTED BY: Jason Miller, S.A.V.A.c. SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Craig Little, Kristen Benjamin, Alison Zarecki, Gloria Toso, Twana Wiliamson, Aman a Friedl, Unisa Barrie SENATE ACTION Passed 10Y 8NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998 i eYc:!1:esident Date sign;;fl-'f"-f-e-n-t ----

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edul-studenta 202 HewittLJ1)iqn'tSUNYOSWl> WHEREAS,with the passageof[RES.33.5], the Senate unanimously consented to assisting OCA with its goal to modify and create a new housing list as well as establish new parameters for which SA and the OCA will conduct affairs; andWHEREAS,in order for OCA to make substantial improvements it requiresaninvestmentofboth time and money in creating a computerized system to complete the objectives it has outlined for itself in theSAJOCAcontract; andWHEREAS,currently, SACCRC and OCA have made numerous improvements withminimalamountsofcapital yet have produced a significantly positive result. These include a new housing list based on the specific criterion that each residential unit pass the Oswego City safety inspection. In addition, a new evaluation survey for OCA has been drafted, as well as a new World Wide Web page which is still under construction; andWHEREAS,in order for these projects to continue, it is deemed necessary that significant renovations be made to the OCA office to attract additional student participation, setupan"office" type environment for the off campus senators, and toenable the OCA and SACCRC to continue onward in their task;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $3500 be transferred from Acct. #916 toanaccount to be created from the purposeofrenovating the OCA office with the following breakdownoffunds: One Apple Macintosh@$1760 $1760.00 Apple Laserwriter 12/640 PS 1445.00 Misc. (shipping & handling. setup costs. addtl.items) 295.00 TOTAL 3500.00 SUBMITTED BY: Senator Jay Lopez & Jack-Lynn Corcoran, OCA Graduate Assistant SPONSORED BY: Kristen Benjamin, Alison Zarecki, Unisa Barrie, Corie Girardi, Sam Reister, Ryan Turner SENATE ACTION Passed 17YINOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 April 1998

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-smdenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO STUDENT ASSOCXATXON',11 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 24 March 1998 .... .... ..i_ Student Association Bill [SLE.33.58] Rights and PrivilegesofSenators WHEREAS,the Senate is the Legislative bodyofthe Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York, charged with the responsibilityofgoverning the students and many organizations that make up the CollegeofOswego; andWHEREAS,the Senate is currently able to support as manyas66 members, a number which brings an arrayofdiversity to the Association, yet it has only had a maximumof35 for the 33rd legislative session and on two instances almost did not have quorum; andWHEREAS,it is a discredit to the college community to under represent them in any shape or form, thus placing the Student Association in the positionofnot being able to accomplish the task for which it has been assigned to; andWHEREAS,in order to successfully govern a student body and allow the Student Association to function properly, there must be incentive and initiative on the partofthe officers to complete their tasks; andWHEREAS,the Student Association currently has no system to promote the active participationofSenators in college community events; andWHEREAS,a system that enabled Senators to both enjoy the privilegesoftheir position and to accomplish the responsibilityofrepresenting the student body would be ideal; and... .WHEREAS,the creationofsuch a system would be twofold: to enable senators to actively attend college community events andtobetter represent their constituents while also promoting the ideals and image ofthe Student Association;....... THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego thatallSenatorsofthe Student Association be granted free and unrestricted access to all SAPB events for the purposesofimproving college community relations, promote the imageofthe Student Association, and to provide incentive for Senators.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat all Senators who choosetoexercise this privilege be aware that they are attending the events as Senatorsofthe Student Association and conduct themselves on behalf of theorganization.

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SLE.33.58 Page 2\.BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat any senator missing more than four meetings will have these privileges revoked.SUBMITIEDBY: College/Community Relations Committee SPONSORED BY: Tim Allers, Craig Little, Ryan Turner, Gloria Toso, Jay Lopez, Unisa Barrie, Keon John, Scott Wilde, Kristen Benjamin, Alison Zarecki, Amanda Friedl ...... .. -,. -SENATE ACTION Passed 22YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT I April 1998 cott Wiley, Presi en Dare

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON".,--...--=-----------------------------:aJ Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting31March 1998StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.33.59]Fundsfor Volleyball ClubWHEREAS,the Volleyball Club is a Tier 2 organization; andWHEREAS,the organization needs funding for referees for upcoming matches;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $350 be transferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #954 for the Oswego StateMen'sVolleyball Club with the following breakdownoffunds: SUBMITTED BY: Joe Padilla, Volleyball Club President SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Kristen Benjamin, Saleem Cheeks, Craig Little, Gloria Toso ... 5 Match fees including referees@$70 each $350.00 ..SENATE ACTION Passed 19YON1A DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 8 April 1998 x:ktt:D.Scott Wiley, President 1r- .....t...,.....-

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;..., (315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO ..STUDENT ASSOCIATION """"....,------------------------------:=-::l1.... ..... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting31March 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.33.60] Funds for Caribbean Student Association Backyard Jam WHEREAS,the Caribbean Student Association will be hosting our annual Backyard Jam on May 2, 1998; and ...."." .. WHEREAS,due to financial restraints we are requesting additional monetary support; andWHEREAS,the Backyard Jam isanannual event in conjunction with the entire MayDay weekend, and the purposeofthis event is to promote Caribbean awareness, cultural and social interaction in the interestofinternational diversity on the Oswego college campus; andWHEREAS,this event is open toallstudents that pay their Student Association fee, and servesasthe Caribbean Student Association's final and biggest event for the semester; andWHEREAS,the Caribbean Student Association's budget for the entire school year was reduced to $2,700 and although CSA is working with the Student Association Program Board, their added funds will only cover seventy five percentofour expenses for the entire event; ....,THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $3,000 be transferred from Acct. #915 to the CSA events Acct. #959 with the following breakdown for our Backyard Jam: Entertainment (DJ, sound, lighting, stageset-up) $1,800.00 Food for performers and DJ's 500.00 Hotel Accommodations 600.00 Misc. (Travel exp ..dancers' outfits. costumes. decorations) 300.00 TOTAL $3,200.00 SUBMITTED BY: EstherC.Wilson, President, Caribbean Student Association SPONSORED BY: Keon John, Kristen Benjamin, Saleem Cheeks, Unisa Barrie Craig Little, Sam Reister SENATE ACTION Passed 18YON2A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 8 April 1998

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202Hewitt Union SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON..... . .. Student Association State UniversityatOswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 3rdMeeting31March 1998 #'.. '".. -Student Association Bill [SLE.33.61] Funds for MayDay Concert WHEREAS,MayDay is a great event that is the closingoftheacademic school year for many Oswego students; andWHEREAS,MayDay has been an integral partofthe Oswego experience; andWHEREAS,MayDay has traditionally had a spring concert put on by the campus program policy board; andWHEREAS,the SAPB resources have been exhausted and SAPB has no viable means to have a spring concert; ,,,,,,. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateoftheState UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $12,500 be transferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #723-3 with the following breakdown of funds: Three local bands Sound equipment Group or band TwoDJ'sSound and lighting TOTALSUBMITIEDBY: Todd Davenport, SAPB Concerts SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body $1,700 1,000 8,000 300 1500 $12,500 ....... -SENATE ACTION Passed 19YINlADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 April 1998 .. ,....

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION, Student Association Bill [SLE.33.62] Funds for COPE Dinner .. Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 24th Meeting 7 April 1998WHEREAS,COPE isinthe processofputting together its first annual dinner, commemorating "COPE International Peace Day" on April 25,1998; andWHEREAS,the purposeofthe dinner is to build a bridge between the college campus community as well as businesses, educators and political leaders while offering them the opportunity to exchange ideas about current communal conflict; andWHEREAS,this evening will create an awarenessofthe campus programs in conflict resolution and set up the stage for future cooperation; andWHEREAS,COPE is committed to promoting peace education and the understandingofconflict through a peaceful campus environment; andWHEREAS,the evening will foster an international awareness throllgh educationbymeansofspeakers and workshops; andWHEREAS,due to financial constraints COPE is requesting S.A. to hnd the costofa dinner for the "COPE International Peace Day"; ($500)FrenlhClub LINJ:S Res. :"ife & Housing$2000500 1402000380300 200, 132 75Hewtt Union Board 50/ 60200$6037 14574580the total costofthe dinner and its expenses is $6037 VYlth the following breakdown, and COPE has been promised funding fn1m the following organizations: Honorarium Travel&Car Rental Lodging Dinner Lunches Breakfasts Refreshments Printing Mailing Posters (Copy Center) Newspaper ad Miscellaneous Total Total funds promised to date Total funds still neededWHEREAS, "-.,......".:..--r-:"

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SLE.33.62 Page 2THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $2000 be allocatedto COPE from Acct. #915 into an account to be created forofthe dinner. SUBMITTED BY: COPE SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Unisa Barrie, Alison Zarecki, Kristen Benjamin, Abigail Ritter, Keon John, Jay Lopez-SENATE ACTION Passed 19YINOA ...,."4,-' .. -...f"""'II DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15April 1998

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202Hewitt Union SUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO STUDENT ASSOCIATION'\.__ Student Association Bill SLE.33.63 Funds for International Fellowship Picnic -* Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 25th Meeting14April 1998WHEREAS,the International Fellowship has had three big activities that were open to the college community and all who pay the Student Association Fee:1)Thanksgiving Pot-Luck Dinner 2) Ski Party 3) Valentine's Day DinnerWHEREAS,the International Fellowship has been very active for S.A., and has done many things for the both the community and the campus as a whole; andWHEREAS,we would like to further extend out to the college community as a whole and would like an event that is inexpensive but is yet entertaining to serveasan adequate gathering for many students; '-. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $150 be transferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #962 for food for a picnicatFallbrook on May 2, 1998. SUBMITTED BY: International Fellowship SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 24 April 1998. ;

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO '"..-.. STUDENTASSOCIATION '...., .. > Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rdLegislative Session 25th Meeting14April 1998 "4 .. ,Student Association Bill SLE.33.64 Funds for Sailing Club Sailboat Purchase WHEREAS,the Sailing Club boasts over 40 active members asofthe dateofthis bill; and .... WHEREAS,overwhelming community support through the donationoftime on privately owned sailboats has helped the Sailing Club members practice for racing; and....WHEREAS,the Sailing Club members would benefit from racing practice on a sailboat that is the same class as the boats used in intercollegiate regattas;andWHEREAS,Hobart University has graciously offered to sell the Sailing Club anFJSailboat which is valued at over $4000 at the priceof$2000;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $1800 be transferred from Acct. #916 to Acct. #949 for payment to Hobart University for the purchaseofan FJ Class Sailboat. ') SUBMITTED BY: The Sailing Club SPONSORED BY: Alison Zarecki, Gloria Toso, Craig Little, Amanda Friedl, Jay Lopez, Brad Goldowsky, Abigail RitterSENATE ACTION Passed 19YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998 Scott Wiley, President L/-0D/U: Date Signed My Preside-n-t----..

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-S41O www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202HewittUnion SUNYOswego, NY 13126COLLEGE XI' OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION? ...11"""'-'--==--=---=--=--=--=----=--------------aJ Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 25th Meeting14April 1998Student Association Bill SLE.33.65 Support for Fire Victims -" WHEREAS,on the morningofApril 10, 1998, a fIre consumed the businessesofCoconuts, New York Pizzeria, and Extreme Underground and the adjacent buildings; andWHEREAS,these buildings were also the homesofseveral students, who losteverythingin the fire, their home andalltheir personal possessions were lost in this fire; andWHEREAS,Oswego State University lost oneifits own and we would like to properly mourn her passing; and.; WHEREAS,the Oswego college community has come together to aid the victimsofthis fire; andWHEREAS,we have, in timesofgreat need, aided many causes over the years showing how we come together as a community to help our own; andWHEREAS,right now thereisa great need from the college campus to show support and help these students. They are far from home and without help from the community, it would be a tough road ahead for these students, who are without home or possessions; andWHEREAS,the Student Associationisthe representative body and by supporting these students, we show that we are indeed concerned for our students welfare;THEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that $2500 be transferred from Acct. #914toAcct. #211 purpose of advertising in order to benefit fIre victims. .... SUBMITTED BY: The Health and Safety Committee SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body siJJ/qr Date Sighed President SENATE ACTION Passed 17YINOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO .. ... STUDENT ASSOCKATKON,.'" Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 2Sth Meeting 14 April 1998,/Student Association Bill SLE.33.66 Expansionofthe OCA Computer Information System WHEREAS,upon passageofSLE.33.S8 the Senate decided to assist the College Community Relations Committee with the taskofoverseeing the upgrade and modificationofthe Off Campus Association; andWHEREAS,this decision was consistent withRES.33.S, in which the Senate unanimously supported the modificationofthe OCA Housing list and its current systemofoperations; andWHEREAS,a recent fire in the CityofOswego destroyed the homesofapproximately fourteen students from Oswego State University and the propertiesoflandlords who are affiliated and are compliant withOCA'scurrent policies; andWHEREAS,this recent incident has caused a general concern among students and community members about the standards of safety in off-campus housing; andWHEREAS,it is the consensusofCCRC, after monthsofexamination and review, that a great majorityofrules and regulations pertaining to safety are not being followed and furthermore, the students who choose to moveoffcampus are unawareofseveral hazards that exist that are not being accounted for; andWHEREAS,in the interestofimproving the qualityofoff campus housing and lifestyle, CCRC took it upon itselftoactively seek the upgradeofthe OCA policy; and --.jO. WHEREAS,in order for the CCRC and OCA to continue onward in the establishmentofa successful organization which will seek to promote safety and educate students to make them more aware and responsible when choosing the option to move off campus additional funding has been deemed necessary and worthy.THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that $1700 be transferred from Acct. #916 to Acct. #817-1 for the purposesofcontinuing developmentofthe OCA Computer Information System. SUBMITTED BY: The College Community Relations Committee SPONSORED BY: Jay Lopez, Tim Allers, Unisa Barrie, Corey Girardi Senate Action Failed 7YIONOA

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(315) 341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION,.' .., .. ,...'" Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 25th Meeting14April 1998Student Association Bill SLE.33.67 Budget Appropriations -; WHEREAS,the Student Association Executive Branch has completed the budgetary process to formulate the budget allocations for the fiscal year 1998-99; andWHEREAS,a bill for acceptanceofthe total allocations which the Senateofthe 33rd 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 Senateofthe StateofNew York College at that the appropriations for the fiscal year 1998-1999 be as follows: .... Total Appropriations Income From Organizations Net Allocation $1,123,525 153,600 $ 969,925 -::;-. BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the fee for the academic year 1998-99 be set at $70.00 per semester for full-time undergraduate and graduate students, part time undergraduate and graduate students will pay $5.83 per credit hour, not to exceed $70.00. SUBMITTED BY: Molly Casey, SA DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed 15YINOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998""

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StudentAssociationBillSLE.33.68StudentAssociationBudgetWHEREAS,the Student Association Executive Branch has worked diligently on behalfofall students; and(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association State UniversityatOswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 25th Meeting14April 1998202Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO .. STUDENT ASSOCIATION'"-.(I""'"',-.:=--=-------------------------;;j WHEREAS,SA organizations and the Senate have dedicated numerous hoursoftheir time to successfully budget for the needs for the entire campus community; and..WHEREAS,the Senate has to approve a budget for the fiscal year 1998-99; andWHEREAS,the Senate should have on legislative record a line by line budget that they approved, which has never been done before; and.. THEREFORE BE ITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State University at Oswego that the 1998-99 fiscal year budget is as follows. (See Attached.)BE IT FURTHERENACTEDthe Senate approves the following year oneofthe three-year plans. ... Oswegonian 1 Canon Elan lie Camera 1 Canon 35-80mmLens 1 Canon 540 Flash Software Upgrades 3 Keyboards Mouse Paper Cutter 6 Flexible Office Chairs Total: 600.00 119.00 380.00 1200.00 216.00 50.00 350.00 400.00 $3315.00_. WTOP ?c-': 2 Tripods 50 DVCPro Tapes 2 DVCPro Video Camera 1 DVCPro Edit Deck Total: 4000.00 1000.00 12,400.00 5000.00 $22,400.00

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.." WNYOCrown PSA-2 OX Technics SA-EX7oo Receiver 2 Ramsa WS-A200 Speakers 2 Ultimate Stand TS-30 2 Ultimate Adapter BMB-2oo 2 Technics SLPG450 CD Player Fidelipac 400 Bulk Eraser 500 Denon CD Cartridge Shells 2 SONY MDR-7506 Headphones Tascam 34B Production Multitrack Total: Blackfriars 1 8" Panel Saw, Milwaukee #6480 5 Anti Fatigue mats, StaplesBusiness Adv. 2B&KMicrophones, Model 4060 Total: 995.00 350.00 1550.00 180.00 38.00 278.00 195.00 2000.00 186.00 3049.00 $8821.00 1054.00 500.00 750.00 $2304.00BE ITFINALLYENACTEDthat this budget be accepted by the Student Associationasthe official 1998-99 fiscal year budget. SUBMITTED BY: Molly Casey, SA DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed 14 Y 2NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 May 1998\ '---...=.B-----t--..;;c-Date Signed byPresident... S691I

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ABC201 ALLOCATION$691202 203COLUCOMMORCHESTRA204635 Concert Expense $300 205 636 Music $600 206 637 Equipment $340 207 638 Performers $600 208 ALLOCATION $1,840 209 210 GOSPEL CHOIR 211 640 Tour Budget $3,500 212641Concert Expense $500 213 642 Music $500 214 643 Instructor $3,000 215ALLOCATION$7,500 216 217 SOLID STATE 218 645 PurchaselRent $300 219 646 EqUipment $700 220 647 Concert Expense $300 221 648 Instrument Repair $600 222 ALLOCATION $1,900 223 224 STATE SINGERS 225 650 Concert Expense $200 226651Music $300 227 ALLOCATION $500 228229UNITED MUSIC ORG. 230 652 Meals $1,000 231 653 Lodoing $1,500 232 654 Transportation $3,500233ALLOCATION$6,000 234 235BLACKSTUDENT UNION 236 660 Publicity $625 237 661 Telephone $475 238662Travel $1,000 239663Events $10,000 240665Dinner $8,000 241ALLOCATION$20,100 242215INCOME LINE ($1,250) 243 NETALLOCATION$18,850 244245JEWISH STUDENT UNION 246666Office Supplies $50 24 7 666-1 Events $200 248666-2Awareness Week $600 249ALLOCATION$850 250AB C251BIGALA252 667 Events $10,000 253 668 Advertising $400 54 669 Office Supplies $100 255 670 Telephone $500 256671Video $150 257 672 Publication & Books $150 258 673 Newsletter $250 259 ALLOCATION $11,550 260 261 LATIN STUDENT UNION 262 682 Office Supplies$0,263 683 Advertising $500 264 684 Activities $16,000 265 686 Travel $1,000 266 ALLOCATION $17,500 267 217 INCOME LINE ($3,000) f 268 NET ALLOCATION$14,500269 270271ASIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 272691Asian Awareness Week $1,200 ., 273 692 Events $2,000 274 692-1 Dinner $2,000 275 ALLOCATION $5,200r16 277BLACKFRIARS 278 693 Student Theatre $1,200 279 694 Lightino $2,120 280 695 Costumes & Makeup $8,100 281 696 Sets & Props $15,500 282 696 Year 1 of 3 year plan $2,304 283 697 Photography $1,100 284 698 Receptions & Subscriptions $77 ? 285 699 Publicity $2,100 286 700 Sound $1,500287701Royalties $1,530 } 288 702 Treasurer $400 289 703 Orchestra 704 ACTF Reoional Festival $600290291 ALLOCATION $36,531 292 218 INCOME LINE ($10,200) 293NET ALLOCATION $26,331 294 -l 295 EXECUTIVE 296 705 Presidentssalary34th $1,980 297 705 Nutritional Compensation $500 ,.... 98706 Presidents Salary 35th $550299706-1 Summer stipend Pres. $2,500 -. 300707 Assistant Salary $0 >..'./.

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;. ABC ABC 151 598 Commissions 101 564 StudentTypists$1,500 ->J! 152599 Traffic $50102565BusinessManaaer$750 ;,..'""53 ALLOCATIONI$28,481103566 Editorial Staff $1,000154212INCOMELINEI($3,000)104566-1ManaainaEditor$800 .. 155NETALLOCATION$25,481105566-2 ArtDirector$600 156 106566-3CommentaryEditor$400 NewsEditor$400157WTOP107566-4 ... 158 600 Programming $9,100108566-5 SportsEditor$400159601 Production $1,285109566-6 Arts and Entertainment Editor $400 .? 160602 Publicity $500110566-7 PhotoEditor$400 $1,000 $600 161 603 Telephone 111 566-8ComputerTechnician ., 162604 Broadcast Operations $2,200112566-9CopvEditor$400 ... 163605 News Department$400113567 Photoaraphy $500164606 Postage$100114568LaserWriterSupplies $1,200 -. 165 607 Maintenance $4,000115569ComputerMaintenance$4,000 ): 166608 Office Supplies $115116570 Critique Press Association $0 ....:.....;. 167609 Advertising$500117571 Graphics Staff $2,700168610 GeneralManager$1,000118572Year1-ThreePlan $3,315 169611 ChiefEngineer$750119573ComputerEnhancement$0 -.. 170612 ManagementStaff$1,500120574Commissions -; 171 613 Multicuitural Programmina $500 121 575 Refunds - 184134582Journals $295 1-185COLLEGECHOIR135583 Dues $170186621 ConcertExpense$290136584Conventions$1,170 ->187622 Music $747137585 Postage $75 188623 Robe Maintenance $350138586Telephone $3,000 189624 Folders $35139587Office Supplies $500 190ALLOCATION$1,422140587-1Operations$100 191141588Production $500 -., 192CONCERTBAND142589Promotions$1,200 ,.j 193625 Promotions$700143590Year1-ThreeYearPlan $8,821 _.c, 194626 Music $1,130144591Maintenance$2,000195627 Equipment $1,550 145592Underwriting $50 t;: 196ALLOCATION$3,380 146593Sports $500 -'97 147594Programming$350 '";. 198MIXEDCHOIR148595Stipends $5,000199630 ConcertExpense$245149596GeneralManager$1,000 )... 200631 Music$446150597Proaram Director $500 ,.t'

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A BC351741Taxes $3,000 352742-1Social Security Tax $17,000 353 743 Service Contract $1,000 354 744 Comprehensive Ins. $20,000 355 745 Computer Repair $500 356745-1Computer Replacement $500 357 746 Health/Life Ins $5,545 358 747 Postage $650 359 748 Van Repair $2,000 360 749 Gas for Vans $1,500 361749-1Van Replacement $5,000 362 749-2 Van Refund $100 363 907 Incentive Fund $1,500 364907-1Permanent Employees Incentives $2,143 365 ALLOCATION $136,288 366 367 OFFICEOFTHE VICE PRES 368 750 Vice President Salary 34th $1,980 369751Vice President Salary 35th $550 370751-1Summer Stipend $667 371 751-2 Nutritional Compensation $500 372 752 Assistant Salary 34th $470 373 753 Assistant Salary 35th $130 374 754 Senate Clerk 34th $550 375 755 Senate Clerk 35th $140 376758Telephone 34th $500 377 759 Telephone 35th $200 378 760 Expense 34th $200 379761Expense 35th $100 380 764 Travel 34th $150 381 765 Trave135th $50 382 766 Senate Training $400 383 ALLOCATION $6,587 384 385 SENATE 386762Elections $4,000 387 763 Candidate Election $850 388765-1College Community Relations $700 389762-1Long Ranoe Planning $0 390 762-2 Health and Safety $0 391 762-3 Procedure and Finance $0 392 762-4 Recruitment $0 393 762-5 Contingency $0 394 ALLOCATION $5,550 395 396 SUPREME COURT 397 767 Chief Justice Salary $350 398768Associate Justices' Salary $400 399 ALLOCATION $750 400ABC301 707-1 Assistant Salary 34th $0 302 708 SA Secretary $14,494 '-J3 708-1Media Secretary $7,400 304711Telephone 34th $2,000 305 712 Telephone 35th $500 306 714 Director of Greek Affairs $400 307 715 Director of Student Activities $0 308 716 SAPS Executive Director $750 309 717 Director of Communication $1,200 310 718 Ass. DirofCommunications $400311719 Diversity Directors $0 312721Executive Projects $2,800 313721-1WNYO Exec. Dir. $2,000 314 722 Diversity Department $0 315 723 Communications Department $2,000 316 723-2 Tier 1 promos $300 1317 723-3 SAPS Concerts $75,000 318 723-4 SAPS Lectures $18,000 319 724 Lawsuits $3,000 320 725LOS$1,100 321726-1LARC $2,000 ... 322 726 ALANA Grants $4,900 323 728 ARTSWEGO $3,000 324 837 SAPS Cinevisions $15,000 ""25 837-1SAPS Cinevisions Promotions $200 326 903 DIRT DAY $10,000 I $15,000 327 904MAYDAY $1,000 328 905 SAPS Performing Arts 329 908 Summer Session $3,000 330 919 Summer Session Director $600331841Legislative Recorder $0 ,..332 ALLOCATION $191,574 333 ). 334 RNANCE 335 729 Director's Salary $2,530 336729-1Summer Stipend $2,000 ) 337 729-2 Nutritional Compensation $500 338 730 Assistants Salary $1,620 .... 339731Finance Manager Salary $20,800 340733Expense $300 341733-1Copier Expense $5,000 342734Office Supplies 34th $5,000 34 3734-1 Office Supplies 35th $200 344734-2Club&Organizational Supply $1,000 345736Telephone $1,500 346737AuditorFee$6,000 1.:34 7738A.S.: Accounting Fee $15,000 348739Payroll charges $5,200 349740NYS Disabilities $2,000 35 0740-1 Workman's Comp $7,200 }.

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ABC451851Transportation $100452ALLOCATION$1,100453 454BASIC455852 Events $2,000456853 Bibles $84457ALLOCATION$2,084458 459SAVAC460870 Radio Maintenance $1,000461871Insurance $8,000462872 Public Relations $50463873 Medical Supplies $4,000464874 Office Supplies $150465875 Miscellaneous $700466876 Training $3504678nAmbulance Replacement $5,000468878 Radio Replacement $3,000469879 Defibrillator $1,500470880 Ambulance Maintenance $1,500471ALLOCATION$25,250472 473WOMEN'S CENTER474882 Office Supplies $175475883 Advertising $600476884 Postaae $75477885 Educational Services $1,250478886 Transportation $100479887 Telephone $530480888 Human Sexuality $300481889 Women's Herstory Month $6,500482889-1 Women Making News $900483ALLOCATION$10,430484485CSA486890 Caribbean Week $1,500487891Conferences $500488892 Backvard Jam $3,400489893 Phone Account $300490ALLOCATION$5,700491492MISCELLANEOUS493898 Centro $35,250494899 Centro Repayment (58) $5,200495901Family Planning $10,000496902 Prior Year Expense $3,000497904 Student Refunds $1,500498905 NYPIRG $37,710499914 Management Continaency $3,000500915 ContinQenev $17,499A BC401LEGALAID402770 Attomey Fees $6,300 1"'03 771Operations & Advertising $350 .. 04ALLOCATION $6,650405 406COMMUNITY SERVICES407785 National Conference Registration $800408786 Temporary Services $3,000409787 Office Supplies $300410788 Events $1,500411789 Transportation $50412790 Postage $300413791Telephone $1,000414792 National Affiliation $2,400415793A&E Medical Transport $350416794 Publicity $300417795 Special Olympics $200418796 Circle K Intemational $600419ALLOCATION $10,800420421OCAILOCO422800-1 LOCO Coordinators Salary $600423801-1 Office Supplies $100424805 Postage $1,500 ""25 807 LOCO Copy Expense $1,500 -126 810OCADirector Salary $600 813-1 PublicityI$400427 428814-1 Telephone $1,000 429815-1 Publications $2,500430816-1 programming $500431817 Computer Maintenance $350432ALLOCATION $9,050433 434ARTEXHIBmONCOMM435818 Events $12,600436819 Advertising $1,200437819-1 Materials & Supplies $1,000438ALLOCATION $14,800 439440HUBAC441820 Opening Weekend $4,000442820-1 Parents/Friends Weekend $1,500 443821After Hours $10,825 Ai 444822 Winter Fest $4,500445823 A Taste of Tuesdays $3,000446824 Conferences $1,000 ,-'r447 ALLOCATION $24,825 448 449BIOLOGY CLUB450850 Events $1,000 .,..--........""""""_ .,...\"..,.,."

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.. .,.. .,.A B C501 916Fixed Assets$5,000502ALLOCATION$118,159 504CLUB FUNDING$25,000--50S506APPEALS$0507508TOTAL SPENDING$1,123,525509TOTAL INCOME$1,123,525--510511Interest$5,000512VanIncome$2,500513Summer Income$10,000514Fee: Fall Undergrad $434,000515Fee: Spring Undergrad(5900*70) $413,000516PT Undergrad(5400*5.83) $31,482517PT Grad(7040*5.83) $41,043518FTGrad(470*70) $32,900519-520TOTAL$969,925 521522INCOME LINES$153,600 [523 1--524TOTAL INCOME$1,123,525 -. .. -I ....

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202HewittUnionSUNYOswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCXATRON-,.-..----------------------------:ill Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 25th Meeting14April1998 ----,. StudentAssociation Bill SLE.33.69 Organization AppealsWHEREAS,the Senate Finance Committeewascharged by the Senate to detennine the allocation fundsforallaccount that were formally appealed;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York at Oswego that Tekphone +100 Video +100 Publications/Books 0TOTALADJUSTMENTArtExhibition Committee819-1 Materials&SuppliesJewishStudentUnion666-1 Events 6662 Awareness Week .ACCTBiGALA670671672TITLE+200 +50 +100TOTALAMOUNT$500 $150 $150 $1000 $200 $600 .... StudentServices332 Summer Clerks +1205 $1205o o+650 .-' BASIC852 853Women's882 883 889-1 Events +984 Bible change account listing to Library FundCenterOffice Supplies Advertising Women Making News $2000 $175 $600 $900OswegonianNEW Book Binding 559 Office Supplies NEW Promotions Directoro+200o$0 $500 $0 '.,...,......., UMO653 654 Lodging Transportationo o$1500 $3500

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,'-> Solid State646 Equipment 0 $700 647 Concert Expenses 0 $300 648 Repairs +200 $600WTOP616 Three-Year Plan 0 $22400Community Services785 N ationa! Conference +520 $800 788 Events 0 $1500 790 Postage +80 $300 794 Publicity +200 $300 796 Circle K International 0 $600SAVAC870 Radio Maintenance +700 $1000 872 Public Relations 0 $50 873 Medical Supplies 0 $4000NEWMiscellaneous +100 $700 878 Radio Replacement +1500 $3000 877 Ambulance Maintenance 0 $1500 Date Si DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 May 1998 SENATE ACTION Passed 14 Y 2NOABEITFURTHERENACTEDthat the $500 adjustment be placed in Acct. #915 for 1998-99 fiscal year. SUBMITTED BY: 1997-1998 Senate Finance Committee All decisions were made by the majorityofthe committee. SPONSORED BY: Craig Little, Sam Reister, Gloria Toso, Alison Zarecki, Corey Girardi, Jay L ez.. . oj.,....... '.,

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(315)341Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego.NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO -,. STUDENT ASSOCIATION '..Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 25th Meeting 14 April 1998StudentAssociation Bill SLE.33.70 Transfer Within SA V ACWHEREAS,the Student Association Volunteer Ambulance Corps has completedallfinancial obligations concerning paymentofour insurance account and has additional money; andWHEREAS,SAVAC would like to increase the reliabilityofour original base station radio and increase the coverage areaofthe current system; and -.,-' WHEREAS,the additionofthe store and forward system will allow members to be on call from locations other than Mackin Hall and move SA V AC closer to full twenty-four hours care;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that $5100 be transferred from Acct. #871 to the following account:1.Acct. #870 (Communications) for the purchaseofa store and .-,;';'" forward system and repair costsofa mobile radio in the amountof$1700 .-'>k'. 2. Acct. #873 (Medical Supplies) for the purchaseofmedical supplies for the remainderofthe semester in the amountof -,. $2000. '",... 3.Acct. #875 (Supporting Services) for the purchaseofpersonal ., protection equipment to be issued to each member and water >; rescue rope bags and life vests in the amountof$600. .-) 4.Acct. #876 (Training) for the purchaseofa CPR Adult ." Mannequin in the amountof$800 -,SUBNITTTEDBY: SAVAC SPONSORED BY: Craig Little, Sam Reister, Amanda Friedl, Gloria Toso, Alison Zarecki Jay Lopez, Saleem Cheeks, KristenBejamin, Unisa Barrie SENATE ACTION Passed 16YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGE !IT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCiATiON Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 26th Meeting21April 1998"-. .,. Student Association Bill SLE.33.71 Funds for New WTOP Graphics System WHEREAS,WTOP is a major media source for the SUNY Oswego Community; andWHEREAS,WTOP is oneofthe largest Student Association organizations with nearly 100 station members; and_...,. WHEREAS,our video toaster, which suppliesallour graphics, has not been functioning; andWHEREAS,without a graphics system WTOP has no way to make commercials or ads for its paying customers; and WHEREAS,without these ads, WTOP cannot make its ad line; andWHEREAS,WTOP is also losing members because many productions cannot tape without graphics; andWHEREAS,the video toaster is an outdated pieceofequipment that can cost more to repair than buying a new system; I":".\.1 THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senate of the State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that $9,000 be transferred from Acct. #916 to a WTOP account for a new graphics system that can replace the video toaster. ----> SUBMITTED BY: Peter Kurys, General ManagerofWTOPSPONSORED BY: Craig Little, Sam Riester, Alison Zarecki, Gloria Toso, Brad Goldowsky -'i SENATE ACTION Passed 20YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGE lIT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCXATXON... Student Association State UniversityatOswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 26th Meeting21April 1998:-,. Student Association Bill SLE.33.72 Funds for Fiber Optics Cable System WHEREAS,WTOP is a major media source for the SUNY Oswego community; andWHEREAS,WTOP is one of the largest Student Association organizations with nearly 100 station members; andWHEREAS,the campusofSUNY Oswego is converting to a fiber optics cable system starting in Juneof1998; andWHEREAS,ifWTOP does not change with the restofcampus we will not be broadcast over theairany more; _.. THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senate of the State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $5,847 be transferred from Acc. #916toAcct. #601 for the equipment needed to stay on the air. SUBMITTED BY: Peter Kurys, General ManagerofWTOP SPONSORED BY: Gloria Toso, Brad Goldowsky, Sam Reister, Craig Little, Abigail Ritter .SENATE ACTION Passed 20YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998 ott Wiley, President LfL3lJ/etr-j.

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, I '. I'(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION'".... -' Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 26th Meeting21April 1998StudentAssociation Bill SLE.33.73Organizations'Right to Spend Excess IncomeWHEREAS,the Student Association has, in past years, allowed organizations within the Association certain fiscal freedoms; and +').:' WHEREAS,these freedoms have included the ability to determine,oftheir own accord, the use and dispersalofthe extra funds that they gain either through fundraising or excess advertising money; andWHEREAS,this particular fiscal freedom has never formally been given to the organizations; andWHEREAS,there are bills pending Senate approval whose legality hinges on this ability;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that this bill formally gives all Student Association organizations the freedom to, at their own discretion, disperse extra funds gained either through fundraising or excess ad revenue. President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat this bill retroactively cover all actions taken by any Student Association organization in the past. SUBMITTED BY: Sam T.g. Reister, Chairperson, Procedure and Finance Committee SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Sam Reister SENATE ACTION Passed 17YIN2A -.."""",')1 . A

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenra202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGE M OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCXATXONi Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 26th Meeting21April 1998Special Orders Student Association Bill SLE.33.74 Transfer Within OCA WHEREAS,with the passageof SLE.33.5'i, the Senate consented to the planofthe creationofthe OCA Computer Information System; andWHEREAS,although the Senate did pass the bill, only $3500 was allocatedofthe requested $7,915.80 which cannot complete the project as outlinedinPhase Vofthe OCA/SA contract; and Or-" WHEREAS,in order for OCA to complete its objectivesina timely fashion it is deemed necessary that a transferoffunds be allotted to make this process possible;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $2654.57betransferred from the following OCA accounts to Acct. #817-1for the purposesofcompleting the OCA Computer Information System: ..' ACCT. # 801-1 805-1 807 813-1 815-1 816-1 817AMOUNT$62.47700.00326.00 30.45 670.85 514.80 350.00 SUBMITTED BY: Jack-Lynn Corcoran, OCA Graduate Assistant Senator Jay Lopez, CCRC Chair person SPONSORED BY: Kristen Benjamin, Craig Little, Gloria Toso, Unisa Barrie Sam Reister cttWiley, President Date Signed by President SENATE ACTION Passed 16YINOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 24 April 1998

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STUDJENTASSOCIATION ('-.,.., COLLEGE XI' OSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126 www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601Fax(315)341-S410 -->-:-... .....;... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 26th Meeting21April 1998StudentAssociation Bill SLE.33.75 Senate Finance Committee Recommendations WHEREAS,during the courseofthe last month a lotofthe Association's attention has focused on who can make budget recommendations and whose budget the Senate should abide; andWHEREAS,the existenceofthe Senate Finance Committee is multi-dimensional as established by SLE.33.5 (commonly referred toasthe Tier Bill); andWHEREAS,the Senate Finance Committee has the ability, via established law,tomake recommended changes to the Senate by the last meeting in March; andWHEREAS,this date was met by the committee during its committee report and an officially written document was submitted one week andWHEREAS,the Senate must recognize the fact that the Senate body has the legislative and constitutional means to make any changes to the budget as we see THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that the attached list be approvedasofficial changes to the 1998-1999 fiscal year budget. SUBMITTED BY: The 1997-1998 Senate Finance Committee SENATE ACTION Withdrawn

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGE lIT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION--.,...-...:=--=----------------------;; Student Association Bill SLE.33.76 Club Hockey Spending...Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 26th Meeting21April1998 ...-, WHEREAS,Club Hockey has been an organization which is recognized by the Student Association since Spring semester 1996, and did not become an active organization until Spring semester 1997, a full and active E-board was not in place until Spring 1998; andWHEREAS,last seasontheClub Hockey team was totally supported by its team members; andWHEREAS,on December 4, 1997, theStudent Association unanimously passed SLE.33.24 which gave the Oswego State University Club Hockey Team $765 for referees and equipment; andWHEREAS,Club Hockey owes referees Todd Smith $150, Rod Kirby $75,BJRingrose $75 for games on October 24, 1997 and October 29, 1997. Both these games preceded the passageofSLE.33.24 (Funds for Hockey Club); and -... WHEREAS,the previous team members were unaware that funds from a bill were not allowedtobe used for events preceding the passageofthat bill. SLE.33.24 gaveusenough money for referees for five games. We only scheduled three more home games believing the two games on October 24, 1997 and October 29,1997 were included in the budget; andWHEREAS,Club Hockey members paid for referees for an away game on November 22, 1997 against SUNY Geneseo becauseofa scheduling problem dealing with Bill Schline. Bill was the person in chargeofthe team during the 1996-97 year. Bill had scheduled an away game with Geneseo for Spring 1997. He never informed anyone on the team we had the game and never calledtocancel with Geneseo. They were forcedtopay for the referees for that game. To make it uptothem we electedtopay for the officiating when we went to Geneseo this year. Members also paid for referees for a home game on February13,1998 believing our funds were exhausted; and WHEREAS,the date at the topofSLE.33.24 reads18October 1997 insteadof18November 1997. Not realizing the date was inaccurate, or the funds were unavailabletousbecause the games did precede the passageofSLE.33.24; we attempted to pay Smith, Kirby, and Ringrose for refereeing games; and -'c_L.......".....nrwhich consistsoffour members

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.. ..WHEREAS,Club Hockey now has a new E-board which consistsoffour members along with at full-time coach;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that Club Hockey be allowed to use the remaining funds in Acct. #965topay off our outstanding debt. SUBMITTED BY: Sean Duink, President, Club Hockey SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Craig Little,Abigail Ritter, Jay Lopez, Gloria Toso .. .....-... SENATE ACTION Passed 20YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998,---.-

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rdLegislative Session 26th Meeting21April 1998202HewittUnionSUNYOswego.NY13126COLLEGE Kf OSWEGO _. STUDENT ASSOCIATION'.' Student Association Bill SLE.33.77 ThreeYear Plans .. WHEREAS,Blackfriars, theOswegonian,WNYO and WTOP are great sourcesofentertainment and media for the Oswego college community; andWHEREAS,these organizations need extensive technological equipment to keep their operations going; andWHEREAS,they have produced comprehensive three-year plans to ease the burdenofcapital purchases for the Senate; .,.. ..-. -THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego approves the following three-year plans.BLACKFRIARS Year Two1Tascam MD801R MiniDisk Recorder (Replacement) $2499.00 1-14.4V DeWalt Drill (Replacement) 204.00 6ETC Source 4 Lighting Fixtures (199.00 ea) 1194.00 1Worm Drive Circular Saw Milwaukee Model 6377 197.00 1 Metal Band Saw Central Machinery Model 00591-3PAA 200.00 1Steamer Model J4 (replacement) 259.00 1B&K Microphones Mode1406 375.00 TOTAL $4928.00Year Three1194.00 204.00 344.00 2850.00 $5492.00 1Circular Saw8114"-Milwaukee Model 6409 $250.00 1Juki Lock Model 644D Serger Sewing Machine (replacement) 650.00 6ETC Source 4 Lighting Fixtures $199.00 each (replacement) 114.4V DeWalt Drills $204.00 each (replacement) 1Spray Gun DeVilbiss GFHV-61 1Panasonic SV4100 DAT Recorder TOTAL ..'.-'..

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''''....+-..... WNYOYearTwo1-Symetrix SX204 Headphone Amplifier 2Realistic Pro 60 Headphone(wI3 yr. warranty) 1Denon 60DEDN951A CD Cart Machine 1-16Meg Dimm 1AudioartsR-16/61Mustek Paragon 600IISP Color Scanner 1Canon BJC-4550 Printer 1Onkyo TX -8410 Receiver 2CSX 52 Speaker 1500 Denon CD Cartridge Shells 1Digidesign Pro Tools III 1Digidesign 882 Audio Interface 1Dynatex 4.3 gig 1Dynatex 4x CD Recorder, Yamaha Drive 1Digidesign Masterlist CD 1PowerMac 72001120 1Apple 1705 Monitor 1Apple Design Keyboard TOTALYearThree2Technics SLPG450CDPlayer 1SONY DTC-790 DAT Recorder 1500 DenonCDCartridge Shells 1Compaq Presario 4712 1Hewlett Packard Pavilion 14" Multimedia Display 1VT 1 00 Voice Transformer 1Numark DM-1675 Mixer 1Tascam M-2600 MKll/32 Production Console 1Tascam Meter Bridge for 32 TOTALOSWEGONIANYearTwo1Tripod 1Power MacG3Computer 121" Color Monitor 1Mouse 1Keyboard 6Flexible Office Chairs TOTALYearThree1Canon 75-300mm Lens 1Power MacG3Computer 121" Color Monitor 1Keyboard 1Digital Camera TOTAL 319.00 140.00 1400.00 159.00 2695.00 280.00500.00300.00 876.00 2000.00 6399.00 799.00 1099.00 1199.00 399.00 1480.00 715.00 73.00 20832.00 278.00 900.00 2000.00 1997.00 350.00 450.00 690.00 4999.00 1199.00 12863.00 99.95 2000.00 1800.0050.0073.00400.004422.95 299.95 2000.00 1800.00 73.00 500.00 4672.95

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Sc t Wiley, President SENATE ACTION Passed 20YONOA--'!..;"",.... WTOP ::>"...'" Year Two ... 1Echo dv5 7000.00 1DVCPro Record Deck 5000.00 t-)2Tripods 4000.00 1Black Burst Generator 500.00 1Distribution Amplifier500.001Vectorscope Overlay 1500.00 ... 2ATA Road Racks450.001Sony 4114"BIWMonitors 2200.00 -. 1Sony 80410Q 8" Monitor 1200.00 3Sony 8040 8" Monitor 1000.00 'Ol... 1Vidionics Power Script 3000.00 TOTAL 28800.00 _:...... Year Three 1DVCPro Record Edit Deck 6000.00 1DVCPro Player Edit 4000.00 50 DVCPro Tapes 20.00 2Sony 13' Monitors450.00 -2TelePrompTers 2600.00 ,'> 1TelePrompTer Software 1200.00 ,. 1Gateway 2000 Computer 2000.00 TOTAL 20300.00 r' SUBMITTED BY: Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: Craig Little -,,. DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998 _S/1jQr Date Signed by President

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...... STUDENT ASSOCIATION COLLEGE M OSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126 www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ." ".' Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 27th Meeting28April 1998StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.33.78]TransferwithinStudentServicesWHEREAS,Student Services Comer Store Clerks account was underestimated; andWHEREAS,trying to come close to achieving our income line, we have been open on Saturdays during the semester; andWHEREAS,we want the Comer Store to be open for the students' convenience during the MayDay festivities;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $1600 be transferred from Acct. #311 (Check-Cashing Tellers) to Acct. #331 (Comer Store). SUBMITTED BY: Cyndia Donovan, Student Services Manager SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Sam Reister, Abigail Ritter, Gloria Toso -..'.T SENATE ACTION Passed 19YINOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998

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'or" STUDENT ASSOCXATXON"'r COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 4th Meeting 23 September 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta (315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 II :--: ..Resolution #1 Congratulations President StanleyWHEREAS,on August1,1997, after two yearsofuncertainty, Oswego State University announced the appointmentofInterim President DeborahF.Stanley as the new Presidentofthe University at Oswego; andWHEREAS,in order for Oswego State University to progress and excel into the 21st century, there needs to be strong and capable leadership; andWHEREAS,President Stanley has proven as Interim President that she has the dedication and commitment to academic excellence to fulfill this leadership role; and \VHEREAS, the Student Association would like to congratulate President Stanley on her new appointment and look forward to working with her;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that President Deborah F. Stanley be congratulated and commended on an outstandingjobas Interim President and best wishes be extended to her in her new positionasPresidentofthe State University at Oswego.SUBMITfEDBY: The Executive Board SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body .,. SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 24 September 1997 Date Signed by President

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STUDENTASSOCIATIONCOLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 8th Meeting21October 1997www.oswego.edu/-srudenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ..... -....... Resolution #2 AdjustMaryWalker HealthCenter'sHoursWHEREAS,the Mary Walker Health Center is only open Monday Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; andWHEREAS,these hours only cater to students who do not have classes, in particular, undergraduate students; andWHEREAS,problems arise when instructors will not accept an excuseofbeing at the Health Center and students are forced to decide between their health and their academics; andWHEREAS,the majorityofthe undergraduates take courses in the morning and early afternoon and most graduate students, who pay their health fee, normally take courses during the evening, and more than likely work during the day, are unable to utilize the servicesofthe Health Center; andWHEREAS,when students are paying for services they shouldbeable to receive those services when it is most convenient to them; andWHEREAS,a growing concern has occurred among students over thelast few years; it is time that the Student Association take appropriate action;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State University at Oswego that the Mary Walker Health Center's hours be adjustedbytwo hours (opening at 10:00 a.m. and closing at 6:30 p.m.) in order to serve all students who pay the health fee in order to utilize this service.BE ITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat a copyofthis resolution be sent to all administrators who are involved in making this decision. SUBMITTED BY: Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY:SamReister, Torn Varian, Christian Ramsey SENATE ACTION Passed 20Y5N1A DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 22 October 1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresident Date SignedbyPresident

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'-, STUDENT ASSOCliATliON COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 11th Meeting11November 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Patrol. .., .. r-1 Resolution #3 Safety Concerns onCampusWHEREAS,the need to feel safe is an inherent need for all individuals male and female;WHEREAS,there are areasofthe schools that do not meet these needs. The following areas are:1)There islittle or no lighting across campus.Iflighting is present isitdim. 2) There is no student escort service for those who wish to use it. 3) Residence hall security could be improved.WHEREAS,these are following methods that canbeimplemented to remedy these problems:1)To increase the wattageofthe light bulbs to provide more lights in parking lots, academic buildings, and pathways. 2) To put more efforts into revitalizing Student Evening Escort 3) To purchase doors that would accept card keys (student LD. card) for the front door.THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that more lightingisprovided, SEEP is reinstated and special doors be purchased.BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat a copyofthis resolution be sent to President Deborah Stanley, Tom Ryan, DirectorofPublic Safety, and Chuck Weeks, DirectorofResidence Life and Housing. SUBMITTED BY: Kristen Benjamin SPONSORED BY: Jay LopezI ['..,II... I ..i.-. SENATE ACTION Passed 18YINOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 12 November 1997 Mark Hafner, SA President Date Signed by President

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',.-STUDENTASSOCKATKON COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session11th Meeting13November 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 '-', Resolution #4 Congratulations Matt SilvermanWHEREAS,Senator Matt Silverman was recently nominated for a position as Justice for the Student Association Judicial System; andWHEREAS,on November 4, 1997, Senator Silverman accepted the nomination by President Hafner; andWHEREAS,Matt Silverman has made many contributions to the Senate and is a well respected memberofthe Student Association;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that Matt Silvermanbecongratulated on his work as a Senator and be commended for his new position as a Student Association Justice. SUBMITTED BY: The Senate SPONSORED BY: The Senate. ,.'a .:-SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT13November 1997fI /13/i7 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION-\> COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 12th Meeting18November 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenra(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 .. 1'.,' ...... Resolution #5 AlterationofOCA Housing ListWHEREAS,the Off-Campus Association is a Student Association funded yet independently operating organization; andWHEREAS,OCA currently displays a list that contains the namesofseveral landlords in the Oswego area that are presumed by students tobeacceptable by several institutions as viable sources to lease property from; andWHEREAS,the only criteria for entering the list is to complete a form produced in joint agreement between the property holder and OCA that absolves the State UniversityofNew York from any legal responsibility with regards to the student and the landlord; andWHEREAS,there have been numerous complaints regarding the performanceofindividual landlords with regardstothe lease contracts that they issuetostudents in that they have failed to comply with several clauses in the lease contracts in additiontonot following through with other promises made to the tenant; andWHEREAS,the Student Association College Community Relations Committee has found through investigation that manyofthe complaints are verifiable both through OCA records and accounts given by community members and tenants; andWHEREAS,this situation jeopardizes the reputationofthe Student Association, OCA, and the students who seekoffcampus accommodations from an organization who should be trustworthy;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that effective immediately, the OCA will review its current listoflandlords and modify it based on the performanceofthe property holders and a recommendation from theS.A.c.c.R.c.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat the OCA consider other criteria for allowing individual property holders to enter the list that it produces as a meansofcreating a higher standard for off campus housing.BE IT FINALLY RESOLVEDthat a copyofthis resolution be sent to the DirectorofOCA, the OCA Coordinator, the DirectorofResidence Life and Housing, and the DirectorofCampus Life.

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--SUBMITTED BY: Student Association College Community Relations Committee SPONSORED BY: The Body--" ... ..-.-... # ".SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT20November 1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresident11/ 2-0 Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION.. COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126 www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 --,\'"A ... --+ '. Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 13th Meeting 2 December 1997Resolution #6 CondemnationofSnowball FightWHEREAS,on the weekendofNovember14,two (2) snowball fights broke out which involved membersofthe campus community; andWHEREAS,consequencesofthese incidents included thirty-three (33) broken windows, at an estimated costof$7,000 to $10,000, and students, as well as innocent bystanders, being injured; andWHEREAS,the personal safetyofseveral residents were put at risk when objects were thrown through their windows; andWHEREAS,the residence halls themselves will face a direct fmancial burden related to these incidents; andWHEREAS,membersofthe college community that were associated with these incidents, along with those who would participate in future snowball fights, shallbesubject to College Judicial Policy, as well as criminal proceedings;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that the Association condemn any student actions that have caused or will cause damage to the campus community.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat the Association encourage anyone with knowledgeofthese events to come forward. SUBMITTED BY: Student Association's On-Campus Senators Residence Life and Housing Hall Officers Group Residence Life and Housing DeanofStudents SPONSORED BY: The Senate SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 December 1997 t,.j/71? Date Signed by Vice President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION I '" COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 17th Meeting 10 February 1998www.oswego.edu/-swdenta(315)341-3601Fax(315)341-5410 .,..,. -. -, Resolution#7Congratulations to the Members of the Student AssociationWHEREAS,President Mark Hafner had to depart from his term as the Presidentofthe Student Association duetoan injury; andWHEREAS,the President has recovered successfully and now has resumed his duties; andWHEREAS,in his absence, the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches performed excellentlyinthe changeofcommand with specific reference to the Vice President, Senate Pro Temp, and one Senator;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that President Mark Hafnerbefonnally congratulatedonhis recovery and officially welcomed back to the Student Association.BEIFFURTHER RESOLVEDthat Vice President Mike Cassidybecongratulated for his performance when assuming the role as President; Senator Craig Little for his performance as Vice President; and Senator Brad Goldowsky for assuming the duty as Senate Pro Temp, and for ten minutes, Vice President. SUBMITTED BY: The Senate SPONSORED BY: The Senate Mark Hafner, President-' .. SENATE ACTION Passedby Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT11February 1998 Date SignedbyPresident

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studema202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION__-->-,;J..., .,'...... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 18th Meeting 17 February 1998StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.33.S] ReinstatementofHalogen Lamps on Campus 1---_+ .. WHEREAS,there are no overhead lights in allofthe residence hallsoncampus, which has consequently led to thepoorlighting conditions that canbefound in the majorityofthe dorm rooms; andWHEREAS,it has been detennined that students have issued numerous complaints that lighting is inadequate for a primaI"j functionofattending the college; .....<.;;.WBFItEAS,\':j:cmrentlymany,gtudentsareusingmorethanSix:,cOlwentionallight bulbs to ;',7:,'.r1ighttheiDroom.atanenergy.Dutput ofover sixty 'wattseach.foratotal output lights the rooms becauseoftheir design;and-'WHEREAS,.-;halogen -lamps were. banned prematurely .rather than restricted,whichwould have proven tobe more effective both cost and energy wise; and WHEREAS!,there have been many modifications to the halogen lamp recently which makesthem safer and more energy efficient that most standard light fixtures. These include lower wattage bulbs and a safety cap that prevents from comingincontact with the heatofthe bulb; and \VHEREAS,in order for halogen lamps tobereinstated, they must conform to the following criteria in order tobeconsidered safe: 1.Nobulbs willbepennitted that exceed 300 watts'. 2.All halogen lamps mustbeequipped vviththe new Safety Cap.WHEREAS,these new standards make the newer halogen even safer than conventional bulbs a'i there canbeno contact with any flammable material. Furthennore, the useofthehalogen bulb, which is the closest a.rtificial formofsunlight,willilluminate the roOnt's muchmore efficiently and cost effectively; andWHEREAS,should the college enforce these restrictions on the usageofhalogen lamps, and reinstate them at the college, they would undoubtedly observe the oven\'helmingly higher benefit as opposed to the risk;THEREFOREDEIT RESOI,VED by the Student Assocjation Senate of the State UniversityofNewYork atOswegothar halogen lampsbereinstated at coUege as per the restrictions as outlined inthis resolution.

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..,....,. . ..1-. ... ., BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat this resolution be sent to the DirectorofResidence Life&Housing, all assistant residence hall directors, the DirectorofCampus Life, the DeanofStudents, and to the Presidentofthe University. SUBMITTED BY: The Student Association College/Community Relations Committee SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTIONFailedlOY11YOA

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGE lIT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION--..'" Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 24th Meeting31March 1998 "\ -Student Association Resolution [RES.33.9] Congratulations to the Del Sarte Dance Club WHEREAS,for several years, theDelSarte Dance Club has been a long-standing memberofthe Student Association and has sought to promote the artofdancing hereatSUNY Oswego; andWHEREAS,more recently,DelSarte has held two open recitals in Waterman Theatre which had an excellent turnout both on behalfofthe audience and the dancers; and --., WHEREAS,it should be noted thatDelSarte is a non-exclusive organization which workstoseek active participation fromallstudentsofdiverse backgrounds whoallhave a common interest intheartofexpression through dance; andWHEREAS,intheinterestofmaintaining college community relations, it is important that the Student Association gratify its clubs and organizations which have demonstrated an exemplary record suchasDel Sarte;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that Co Presidents Christina Rosato and Jill Siver, and the entire membershipofDel Sarte be congratulated for their dedication and hard worktomaking theDelSarte Dance Club and outstanding organization which has positively contributedtothe SUNY Oswego campus ... -,SUBMITTED BY: Senator Jay Lopez SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body.. -.1 SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 April 1998 ( // -Scott Wiley, Presid t/ '1/}[WDate Signed by President

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION..."'" Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting31March 1998StudentAssociation Resolution [SLE.33.10]CongratulationsDr.C.ThomasGoodingWHEREAS,Dr. C. Thomas Gooding has served as the Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at SUNY Oswego; andWHEREAS,Dr. Gooding has been a long time memberofthe Oswego college community and has dedicated himself to improving the academic experience for Oswego State students since 1964; andWHEREAS,Dr. Gooding has announced his retirement this year;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that Dr. Gooding be thanked forallthis hard work and contribution to this campus and that he be wished bestofluck inallhis future endeavors. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body-SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 April 1998/ ...-._.

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'.(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCRATION-,.-J. Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33 Legislative Session 23rd Meeting31March 1998StudentAssociation Resolution [33.11] Good Luck DonHarrisonWHEREAS,Don Harrison has worked in many capacities at SUNY Oswego since his graduation in 1969; and -t WHEREAS,in allofhis work, Mr. Harrison has always striven to assist students and better student life; and ..., WHEREAS,asHewitt Union Building Coordinator, Mr. Harrison has worked closely with the Student Association and has been a resource to allofour clubs and organizations; andWHEREAS,this summer Mr. Harrison will be retiring from SUNY Oswego and will be virtually impossible to replace; ... THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that Don Harrison be formally thanked and recognized for allofhis time and service to the University and particularly to the Student Association and that he be wished the bestofluck in his retirement and in any future endeavors following his retirement from SUNY Oswego ;-SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body cott Wiley, Presiden Lib-ltd Date Signed President SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 April 1998

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! (315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGE M OSWEGO O_C_IA_T_I Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting31March 1998Student Association Resolution [RES.33.12] Thank You Dean Wassenaar WHEREAS,Dean James Wassenaar has served the studentsofSUNY Oswego since 1964; and-WHEREAS,asDeanofStudents and Vice PresidentofStudent Services,DeanWassenaar has continually workedtobetter student life at SUNY Oswego and has improved such areasasresidence life and housing, career services, campus life, and health and counseling services; andWHEREAS,Dean Wassenaar has seen our Student Association from its inception to its present state and has offeredussage advice throughout; and -WHEREAS,Dean Wassenaar has announced that he will be retiring at the endofthis year; andWHEREAS,when Dean Wassenaar retires, the Student Association will be losing both a great advisor and a great friend; .. ..THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that Dean Wassenaar be forever thanked for allofhis servicetothe studentsofSUNY Oswego and the Student Association and that he be wished the best of luck in his retirement and new special capacity to the College.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Dean Wassenaar is hereby namedanhonorary lifetime memberofthis Student Association. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body > SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 April 1998 Date Signed by President

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION_I""'-----------------------------:::;:;ll-.-Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting31March1998 ,-" StudentAssociationResolution[RES.33.13]CongratulationstoVicePresidentCassidyWHEREAS,for the durationofthe1997-1998 academic year, Mike Cassidy has served the Student Association diligently and with honor asVicePresident; and -..WHEREAS,Mike Cassidy,asPresident oftheSenate, has transformed the organization into an efficient and functional systemofgovernment through which the students were always abletovoice their opinions; andWHEREAS,Vice President Cassidy has gone above and beyond what is requiredofhis role and will be sorely missed;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State University of New York at Oswego that Mike Cassidy be formally congratulated for his workasVicePresidentofthe Student Association.THEREFOREBEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat Vice President Cassidy be granted senator emeritus and the rights and privilegesofthe same. SUBMlTIED BY: The Senate SPONSORED BY: The Senate ,. SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATEPRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 Apri11998, ... l""

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:.(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION-"""'"--==-=--=--=:.....-------------------;;FI)JI>J L ___. .:.1 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting31March 1998StudentAssociation Resolution [33.14] Congratulations to PresidentHafner "-.. WHEREAS,for the durationofthe 1997-1998 academic year, Mark Hafner has served the Student Association diligently and with honor as President; andWHEREAS,even prior to his electioninoffice, President Hafner worked for WNYO as the executive director and a DJ which demonstrated his interest and motivation in working for the best interestsofthe students; andWHEREAS,it has been a great honor for the Association to have had a presidentofextraordinary ability who has taken the SA to new heights and redefined the roleofbeing the leaderofthe student body;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that Mark Hafner be formally congratulated and commended for his outstanding service as Presidentofthe Student Association.THEREFOREBEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat President Hafner be granted president emeritus and the rights and privilegesofthe same. SUBMITIED BY: The Senate SPONSORED BY: The Senate. SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 April 1998 =---=----"'1{2 /q t Date Signed by President ..

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego. NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON....I"""-----.'_ .. Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 25th Meeting 14 April 1998 .-/ .. #..,"....Student Association Resolution RES.33.15 The Oswego City FireofApril 10, 1998 WHEREAS,on the morningofFriday, April10,1998 a fire broke out in the immediate areaofBridge Street and West Second Street; andWHEREAS,this fire, which later spread randomly to homes on Third Street, was responsible for destroying four local businesses owned by membersofthe Oswego community and the apartmentsofeleven Oswego State University students; andWHEREAS,due to the severityofthe fire, the lifeofoneofour own students was also tragically lost, something that can never be replaced; andWHEREAS,despite manyofthe losses that occurred becauseofthe fire, the hard work and dedicationofseveral community members, student groups, and administrators who assisted during the chaosofthe situation, shouldbegratefully acknowledged;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that the Student Association will commit its time and resourcestoassisting the victimsofthe fire.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat a memorial be created on behalfofthe Association in dedicationofCarynA.VonHoltz whose life was taken on that morning. SUBMITTED BY: The College Community Relations Committee SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15April 1998.-.

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenra202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGE lIT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION.-,...--------------------------a,J Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 25th Meeting14April 1998Student Association Concurrent Resolution C.RES.33.16 ObligationsofStudents and Landlords.! ..-,....... ,WHEREAS,the decision to moveoffcampus is a critical one which has many pros and cons; factors which need to be consideredbyallexistingoffcampus students and those who are considering making the transition; andWHEREAS,in order to properly address the concerns, questions, and issues that many off campus students face, theOffCampus Association was created; andWHEREAS,despite the many effortsofOCA, the Student Association, College Community Relations Committee, and Campus Life, there continues to be instancesofgeneral rules being brokenbyeither landlordsorstudents, and issue which is rather simplistic in nature; andWHEREAS,through investigation, CCRC has determined that in manyofthese scenarios, there has been a tremendous amountofconfusion and miscommunication between students andlandlords which unfortunately has often lead to litigation; and .. . WHEREAS,in the interestofcorrecting this situation it is imperative that landlords communicate clearly atalltimes their specific intentions inallleases. In addition students must thoroughly research any agreement that they will enter in and be aware that they are legally binding; andWHEREAS,with the passageofprevious legislation and the financial supportofthe Student Association Senate, the new OCA facility should provide an outstanding resource forallstudents encompassing manyofthe modem computer technologies; .. THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego thatallstudents who liveoffcampus or are considering the transition, visit the new OCA facility at least once for the purposesofresearching and learning about the process .BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthatallproperty holders will make it a point to be in compliance withSAJOCAregulations, and clearly stipulate the termsofthe binding agreements that they issuetostudents.

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-) RES.33.16 SUBMITTED BY: Senator Jay Lopez, CCRC Chair SPONSORED BY: Gloria Toso, Unisa Barrie, Tim Allers, Kristen Benjamin, Paul Horick Page 2 ".... SENATE ACTION Passed 19YINOA/DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15April 1998

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(315) 341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410www.oswego.edul-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION,. .'. '. -Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 26th Meeting21April 1998Student Association Resolution RES.33.17 ResolutionofAppreciation WHEREAS,Liz McGrath and Mary Jo Ford have dedicated untold numbersofhours to the Student Association; andWHEREAS,Liz and Mary Jo are a priceless asset to the Association, through their expertise and overall knowledgeofthe Association affairs; and ........., .. WHEREAS,Mary Jo and Liz are always there able to answer most any question as well as to aid any or all students with any question or concerns they may have; andWHEREAS,without their presence and their uncanny wit the Student Association would literally fall apart at the seams; andWHEREAS,Wednesday April 22, 1998 is Secretaries Day;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that Mary Jo Ford and Liz McGrath receive recognitionofour appreciation for their dedicated service to the Student Association. SUBMITTED BY: Craig Little; Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: The Senate SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 23 April 1998 ."

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STUDENTASSOCIATIONCOLLEGE lIT OSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 27th Meeting 28 April 1998www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410WHEREAS, _.......-"0 WHEREAS, -"... _.. ,. WHEREAS,. 11I'. r- Student Association Resolution [RES.33.18] Oswego City Housing Inspection Policyat the conclusionofthe 1997-1998 academic year, a great issue has arisen with regards to Off Campus Housing; and throughout the year, the Student Association and the AdministrationofOswego State University have been investigating the policies and practicesofseveral organizations, including the Landlord Association, theOffCampus Association, and the off campus student body; and after six monthsofinvestigation and review, SACCRC has concluded thatSAand the University have altered their policies as much as possible in the interestofimproving the conditionsofoffcampus housing and that in order for a more significant change to occur, further action must be taken on behalfofthe city.THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego, that the City Council review its current policies for Safety Inspections and create more rigorous criteria for obtaining a certificate .BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,that the city employ additional qualified personnel for the purposeofinspecting houses and enforcing Oswego City Housing Regulations.BE ITFINALLY RESOLVED,that this resolution be sent to the Mayorofthe CityofOswego, all City Council Members, andWSTMNews.SUBMITTED BY: Senator Jay Lopez, SACCRC Chair SPONSORED BY: Abigail Ritter, Sam Reister, Mike Wilde, Megan McCabe, Kristen Benjamin, Alison Zarecki ". SENATE ACTION Passed 16YINOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON COLLEGE M OSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego.NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studema(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 -.. Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 27th Meeting28April 1998 :i_.... Student Association Resolution [SLE.33.19]ALittle Something for a Great Senator WHEREAS,Senator Craig Little has served the Student Association for three years including one yearaspro temp; andWHEREAS,Craig has been an asset to the Student Association and the Senate; andWHEREAS,his ability to positively influence others is just oneofmany characteristicsofthis great leader; andWHEREAS,it is very hard to say good-bye and he will be truly missed;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that Senator Craig Littlebethanked forallthe hard work and dedication that he has given to the Oswego Community.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Craig Little be wished the bestofluck in allofhis future endeavors.BE IT EVEN FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Senator Craig Littlebegranted Senator Emeritus by this house. ott Wiley, President Dare DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 April 1998SUBMITIEDBY: Brad Goldowsky, Seneca Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation '-



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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 24th Meeting 7 April 1998COLLEGEATOSWEGO) ... .. .....STUDENTASSOCIATION..r"-----------------------------.:lll 1.Call to Order 2. Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Swearing inofNew Officers6.Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silverman, Vice President Charles Kahl,COPERepresentative7.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance9.Committee Reports 10. Budget Appeals Bisexual, Gay, and Lesbian Alliance (BiGALA) Jewish Student Union (JSU) StudentArtExhibition Committee (SAEC) Student Services Brothers&Sisters in Christ (BASIC)Women'sCenter Student -,\ssociation Volunteer Ambulance Core(SAVAC) Oswegoman United Music Organizations (UMO) Solid StateWTOPWNYOCommunity Services L.-SU 11. Old Business SLE.33.59,SLE.33.60 .,,,1 12.NewBusinessSLE.33.6213. Public Comment and Announcements 14. Adjournment

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(315) 341Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 24th Meeting 7 April 1998202HewittUnion SUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGE XI' OSWEGO ... -" .... .STUDENT ASSOCliATliON.:-. Minutes r.... The 24th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:45 p.m. with senators present. Change in agenda, add LSU to Budget Appeals. Agenda and minutes were approved. President and Vice President were sworn in. .............)\-'... President's Report Wiley discussed the problems with theCentro pub crawl. Two weekends ago there were two broken windows. People swung on bars, kicking out a window. Police were called to break up a fight on the bus. Hiring security on the busses for $15-20 per hour from 12:30 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. is being considered. There will be a meeting with Nahorney about this. The school's contract with Centro is up this summer. NYPIRG's contract to be renegotiated. A Greek round tableisto be held to discuss issues the Greek students deal with. The Non Traditional Student union budget was reduced to a Tier 2 status becauseofa missed deadline. This is due to problems with Bill1.SAPB sponsored events are, May 5-3, Spring Thing and May Day, May 17, Dirt Day, April 28,ArtofKissing Lecture. SA does not sponsor Springfest, it is sponsored by Bayshore. Tickets are being sold at Ticketmaster, SA makes $.05 per ticket sold. Organizations are here for appeals, there is confusion about what budget is what. The financial department Vice President only makes changes when appeals come up. Some organizations have not appealed because they are under the impression that the committee recommendations are whatSAwill propose. There was an apparent breakdown in communication between SA and the clubs and organizations. Ammerman suggests this information be sent out to all organization presidents. Appeals are due Friday, some organizations will notbeable to appeal under the rules. TheSAmain office is normally closed on Quest Day. Proposes it be open from 9-3 with senators coming in to answer the phones. Dean Wassenaar, the rate for adjunct professors is $2300 per course per semester. Not comfortable paying this amount for someone to work three hours a month, and to fill out the FCC paper work. Goldowsky, does WNYO have to fill these out this year. Yes, they have to every year and President Stanley has to approve them. Should the deadline for budget appeals be extended? Little feels there is a problem with time, we only have three more weeks to approve the budget, any extension would be detrimental to the passingofthe budget. Vice President's Report Silverman is interviewing for an executive assistant, callifinterested. He encourages all to stop by and discuss their concerns with him.Ifyou are to have a proxy, it must be signed by the hall council president.Ifthe dorm has not held elections, do it by May 1 st, the startofthe new legislative

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, ,t+ /, .... ...I... session.Ifyou are changing dorms or movingoffcampus, take careofthese problems so you may run in your new dorm. COPE Representative The first annual dinner, we are requesting $2,000.00 for an Honorarium for two ambassadors who are currently with the United Nations. COPE is being helped by Residence Life and Housing and Hewitt Union Board, and is asking other departments for help. The remaining money needed willbemade up in ticket sales. Could you just provide them with housing?It'sunprofessional not to give them a gift. Zarecki-Where are they staying? Did you consider Pathfinder? Pathfinder is booked, they are staying in Oneida. Cheeks-Could you give them a smaller tokenofappreciation? $1,000.00 is the least. Zarecki-Can SAPB lectures help you with this? What is COPE, what do they do? They are a student run organization, on campus for two years, they run the mediation centers, and train mediators. Rosenbloomand Wilson advertise and coordinate. Hornick-Could you give a plaque or other alternate gift? Representatives from other countries usually get cash. Whocan come to the dinner?It'sopen to everyone. Tickets are at the Box Office are $15.00.Ifwedon'tget the money from SA, tickets would be $25.00. The ambassadors are only getting $1,000.00because they know people involved with COPE. Wiley-Is one speaker enough? No, we want to present two different views. Do SUNY schools usually get ambassadors? Not usually. Ammerman-How much do they make per year.Don'tknow. Ritter-Would what we really would have to pay them be more than we could afford. yes. Finance Report Casey reported the following balances: Account #915: -$27,771.23 Account #916: $332.00 SLE.33.59: Funds for Volleyball Club, Tier 1 has to itemize, Tier 2 does not. They have had three purchase orders on hold since February or March. Regarding the budget process, a letter was sent out, the budget is not set in stone. Anyone who wants proofofthe letter can stop by and see it. The Senate Finance Committee can make budget recommendations Regarding Net Assets,ifthe fund balance is too high,ifit goes over $41,000.00itwill increase the balance, last year was to high,ifwe keep dipping, their will be no net assets. Last week, it was capped at $23,000.00 when the Mayday Bill was passed in the 20% category account 915 can go higher than $23,000.00. The 20%can'tgo higher,that why their was a problem with the budget last year. Committee Reports College Committee RelationsLopez-the Open House was a success, thanks to all who staffedSAbooth. Phi Alpha blood drive is April 14-15. Would like to acknowledge Auxiliary Services for their Birthday Coupons. Interviews will be held for two Deans, both are open to students. 1998-99 budget recommendations are not set in stone, it takes time.

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.. ... J' -..,i. ....,\. ..Elections committee has nothing to report. Health and safety committee is still working on blue lights. A survey concerning where the placementofnew blue lights would be. Also would like to put a warning in the phone book to solicitors who solicit illegally. Long range planning committee Cheeks SA V AC bill, set aside $5,000.00 over time. Procedure and Finance committeeThe numberofleft over monies has dropped $70,000.00. Recruitment committeeGoldowskyThank Little for helping with the Open House, and thank Residence Life and Housing for help with the petitions. Finance Committee Endofagenda packet. Committee recommendations, concerned about appeals. The LSD did come to the hearing to discuss their budget. They did not appeal because they were told the recommendations were final. The Senate is not just here to rubber stamp what the budget committee says. Budget Appeals BiGALAAppeal account 670 Telephone budget reduced to $400.00 from $500.00 due to personal use. All phone calls are logged, have log to prove they are legitimate. Would like the $500.00 restored. Accounts 671 and 672 for Books, publications and videos. Need the full amount becauseofgroup membership growth, also haven't used allofthe money from last year because they order materials at the endofthe year to ensure they are current. Little-Why were accounts 671 and 672 reduced for lackofuse-why didn't you use allofthe money? BiGALA-we will use the money by the endofthe year. We need resources because the office is used by non members for research. ZareckiWhat do you use your phone money for? BiGALA-Wemake a lotoflong distance calls to obtain speakers, etc. Hartnick-Can anyone use the phone? BiGALA-Only E-board members have the access code.lSD-norepresentative present. SAEC-Events account 818 cut by $2500.00. The gallery has been here for 30 years, has 18,600+ visitors this year. Cutting this amount is the equivalentofcutting a show. People depend on their jobs, many people enjoy the shows. The materials and supplies account 819-1 has been cut due to lackofuse, but their are still shows left, we have to pay shippingonice skating costumes for a show. Between rental fees and shipping, each show costs $2,500.00. Little-818 was recommended cut by the Senate Finance Committee, not Budget council. Things were turned in late, why should you get more moneyand others can't? SAEC-we have been around for 30 years, should not be punished for one little incident. Our $12,000.00 budget was dropped to $10,000.00. That is six shows cut to five. Account 819-1 is used for hanging wire, tape, food for openings, operating costs, carpeting. Wiley-Realize that the budget they are dealing with is basedon Senate Finance Committee, the account is to receive $12,000.00. Ammerman-How many off campus people came last year. SAEC-18,600. Casey-SAEc has shipping costs that have not gone through yet. SAEC-Please come to the opening, its by a SDNY Oswego graduate Student extra money so the Comer Store can be open in the summer Sunday Thursday, 9-3.AnIncreaseof$1,205.00 would pay for student's salaries. There will be a special account for the summer. Would what they make over summer cover costs? Casey-The Sweet Shop losing ice cream to the Ozone helped, yes.

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"'..) .... .. . ,."I f BASIC-We were moved to a Tier 3 organization, a Tier 3 organization cannot function, we are only asking for realistic funds. Accounts 852 and 853 need to be increased from last year. Account 853 is labeled Bibles, but it is for all books, $84.00isto small an amount to start a library with. BASIC has quadrupled in size, we have great programs, such as roller skating, pregnancy center, guest speakers such as Moses Brown. GoldowskyWhat programs do you sponsor? Roller skating, Christian Awareness Week, for the week before school begins, sponsoring a one man volleyball team, free speakers. Ammerman-How large is BASIC, is it just on this campus or is it all over?Itis on 50-60 campuses iNYalone, with membership around 500-700 students. BASIC started here, we want to do an alumni dinner and speaker here Cheeks-Is $84.00 unreasonable to start a library? Other organizations get more, that will only buy 2-3 books. Women's Center-Account 882-office supplies was reduced from $200.00 to $175.00 due to poor careofsupplies, we take careofour supplies. Account 883, advertising was reduced from $700.00 to $600.00 becauseoflackofuse. March is Women's history month, muchofour budget is used then. Account 889-1, for the newsletter, Women Making News, was reduced from lackofuse. We had no editor, but we will be printing one, we were given $250.00, we will be needing $900.00. One editionofthe newsletter will go to every student. Cheeks-How muchofAccount 883 do you use? Allofit.882, how much will you need? We need computer disks, binders, supplies for Take Back the Night. Casey-What are you doing with the restofyour money? How muchofthe newsletter money did you use this year? All.SAV ACThe insurance account, Account 871, was reduced from $16,000.00 because the money used to get transferred around, we need to make that money up in other accounts.Weneed more money for medical supplies, the get lost, broken or expire. The misc. Account needs more money for journal subscriptions, plaques for graduating seniors, law required clothing.Wealso need money for radio replacement, it is 20-23years old, service contract is not cost effective. We would like to be able to dispatch ourselves. Ambulance maintenance is also expensive, we need to spend $400-$450 three times a year for alignment adjustment. We also need money for public relations, fliers and an alumni newsletter. Casey-Why is the ambulance maintenenceincrease being requested now?Itshould have been brought to a budget council. We didn't realize then. Money for Radio maintenence is coming outofsupport services. Wiley-How would a new vehicle affect insurance rates?Itwould cause an increaseof$1200.00 per year. Ammerman-How much in supplies do you lose? $400-500 per year, backboards, splints. Is there anything you can do about this problem?No.Casey-A new ambulance would be paid for outofthe budget. Goldowsky-What account do you have extra money in to pay for the possible increase in insurance? Becauseofthe18month billing period, the increase would come in the next budget. Extra money willbeput into supplies account. OswegonianThanks for the budget, it was well thought out. Three accounts to appeal-Promotions director, the position was gone, then paid for with another account, we need to promote the newspaper outsideofthe newspaper. We also need money for preserving the newspaper, for binding the papers together. Office supplies, we need $450.00 to have receipts and envelopes printed up. This money is not enough for pens, paper, wax, etc Can you use a cheaper printer?

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:>,iIi $450.00 is the going rate, and using one outsideofOswego would increase shipping costs. Ritter-Can the promotions director be an unpaid internship?Wereally want a dedicated employee. LittleWNYO receives nothing for their promotions director.Wefeel strongly this should be a paid position. Casey-Is their interest in a promotion director this year, have you tried to get one?No.UMO and Solid State-Accounts 653 and 654, there was a decrease in transfers this year due to the tour, we took the money from other accounts. Solid State needs account 646 for equipment, 647 for concert expenses, and 648 for repairs. UMO sacrificed 646-648 to pay for the tour whichisin two weeks. WTOPThanks, Senate we are happy with budget increases, but our three year plan we are asking for $26,400 and you are giving us $22,400. We need 4 tripods, we are only getting 2.Weneed two cameras, which we will get next year anyway. There is a bill next week to take money from account 600 and make 600-1, and put $400.00 in it for the conference in Rhode Island.Wehave no graphics machine, because it broke. Lopez-ean the cameras be carried or do they need tripods? Need the tripods. WNYO not present. Community Services-We have five programs, with 80 volunteers. Account 785, for the national conference, would need an increase to send more members.Wewould like to send five. SUNYCO ranks asonofthe to Community Service programs in the country, we rank with Duke, Michigan, etc.Itcosts $30 a day to rent a car, and $60.00 per night for hotel. Account 788 was decreased becauseoflackofuse.Werequested $1820 and was recommended for $1500.Weuse a lotofthat money in April and May, for the Special Olympics and Recognition dinner. Account 790, postage, we requested $300.00 and was recommended for $220.00.Weneed the full amount for our mailings. Account 794 publicity, we requested $700.00 and was recommended for $100.00.Wehold mostofour events in April and May. Account 796, for conferences, we requested $2000.00, and it was reduced to $1000.00. LSUTravel account was decreased from $1000.00 to $400.00, we use mostofthat in the spring semester. we are still spending money from our advertising account and we need more money for activities. $15,000.00 is not enough, bands cost $9,000-10,000 and then there is rentalofthe ballroom, electricity, activities. Casey-Congratulations on bringing in the money for your dinner, what would you like to do with the extra money? More keynote speakers. Little-Move to take a ten minute recess so finance commit can meet. Goldowsky-Objection, we must first decide what accounts should be sent to Senate Finance Committee. Finance committee took a10minute recess to discussappeals. Recess until 8:55. Reconvene at 9:00 p.m. Brought to order with21senators present. Motion to send all appeals to the finance committee. Passed 15-4, one abstention. Benjamin-Motion to send whole budget back to Finance Committee. Clubs do not know they can make appeals. Wiley-Groups were informed they had to Appeal no later than April13to the SA office in a Senate Finance Committee letter to organizations.

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1 ....r"-of" .......1 Casey-The letters to organizations are recommended. Little-We sent the letter.Ifwedon'tsend the budget back, 4 organizations are SOL. Little-To bad,wecan'tsend back the budget, we need to focus on the appeals.Its not fair to the organizations who follow the rules. Toso-Organizations were notified,iftheydidn't show up,it'stheir fault.We'veforgiven in the past. GoldowskyVote it down and move on. Organizations need to follow the rules. Lopez-What power does the Procedure and Finance committees have. Reister-Look at the Tier bill,it'sto late to send back the budget. Little-Committees can make a recommendation. Ammerman-There was a breakdown in communication, this was mentioned by the president, should be lenient. Reister-Peoples minds are made up about this, move to vote. Send budget back to finance committee,17no, 3 yes. Motion failed. What do they do with appeals? They come back to Senate and then the Senate votes Old Business SLE.33.59 Volleyball Bill Line I-cross out 1 and put 2, also change to "is a tier 2 organization" Benjamin-A good bill. CheeksA good bill Casey-Reminder, Volleyball was given $410.00 in December and they have not used it. Bill passed19for,0 against, 1 abstention. SLE.33.60 John-Good bill Barry-good bill Cheeks-integral partofMayDay, beneficial to the community. Benjamin-It draws a lotofpeople. Little-Helpo accent Springthing weekend. Casey-CSA has $1,000.00 in their account. Passes with18for, 0 against, 2 abstentions. New Business SLE.33.62 Waive Reading Sponsers-Goldowsky, Barry, Zarecki, Benjamin, Ritter, John, Lopez Public Comment and Announcements Little-Tier process needs to be revamped,ifyour around next year, make sure it is understood. Thanks to the organizations that stayed the whole meeting. Reister-The chairofthe Procedure and Finance Committee should have read the Tier Bill, we should stay and sort problems out rather than make organizations pay. Allers-Congratulations to the Budget Committee for Balancing the money. Lopez-Agree with Reister, we should know what's going on. Little-The SenateFinance Committee should stay after,ifwe'reconfused, so are the organizations. Benjamin-We shouldn't motion to vote so soon. For new senators, a PointofInformation is a question, PointofClarification is a statement. NahomeyThis is a democratic system, get copiesofbills, realize wedon'tknow what will happen until a bill is passed.It'simportant to pass information on to next Senate, senior senators, teach others.

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.. .. .... .",..,i .... Goldowsky-Congratulations to new Vice President, greatjobdoing a difficult job, his first meeting was his most difficult. John-Thank CSA Wiley-Thank Senator's who came to Steeper Bell today. Tomorrow, there will be another candidate, from 4-5pmopen to all students. There is a lotofconfusion about what budget is what. There are two budgets on the floor, organizations are out in the cold Meeting Adjourned at 9:40 pm.

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STUDENT AOCXATION... COLLEGE XI' OSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNYOswego. NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 25th Meeting14April 1998 1. Call to Orderwww.oswego.cdul-studenmAGENDA(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ".'.._.-'. .. 2.Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silverman, Vice President International Fellowship Representative Sailing Club Representative SA VACRepresentative7.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance Brianne Irving, SAPB Lectures 8. Conunittee Reports9.Special Orders SLE.33.65, SLE.33.66, SLE.33.67, SLE.33.68, SLE.33.69 10. Old Business SLE.33.62 11. New Business SLE.33.63, SLE.33.64,SLE.33.70, RES.33.15, RES.33.16 12. Public Comment and Announcements 13. Adjournment

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 25th Meeting 14 April 1998202Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGE fIT OSWEGO ..'.) STUDENTASSOCIATION Minutes The 25th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:40pmwith21senators present. , IChange in the agenda. Silverman would like to call SLE.33.66: Expansionofthe OCA Computer Information System outoforder and remove it from the agenda. On the grounds that it is practically identical to SLE.33.57: CreationofOCA Information System that was already decided on by the senate. Lopez-pointoforder, let the senate decideifoutoforder. Ammerman-pointofinformation-What is the project in question? Lopez reiterated the original bill's content. The original bill is a revampingofthe OCA office, it will make information computerized and make the office more professional looking. Zarecki-pointofinformation-isn't this bill asking for just the remaining money not received from the other bill? Lopez-it is asking the senate for additional assistance. Not specifically for computer equipment and furniture but for the office to holding more conferences. They are trying to through out the bill based on the fact that it might me a replicationofthe previous bill. This is in no way a repeatofthe original bill. The new bill is for $3,500. This bill is asking for additional funds wanted to expand the project. Little-original bill passed for $3,500 by body.Itis an unfortunate circumstance that the senate has to make a decision on this bill, it is a repeat motion for previous bill. McCabe-yield to Lopez. Goldowsky-no cross debate. Lopez-there are more off-campus students than on-campus. The off-campus students are not the spearheadofthis project. CCRC committee's majority consistsofon-campus students. Goldowsky-outoforder. Silverman-need to discussifthis is a repeatofpreviousofbill. Lopez-this is not a repeat. The senate has entertained other bills where organizations get a bill passed then come back before the senate and ask for additional funding. Goldowsky-any legislation that reflects any previous legislation that has been passedcan'tbe brought back to the floor. This is exactly as previous bill except asking for a less amount. Urge not to be presented to senate tonight because it shows inconsistency within senate. Ammerman-pointofinformation-what's the difference between this bill and a bill other organizations present. Goldowsky-with other organizations, a bill is used for different things. Ritter-the senate is being asked to spend $3,500 without asking halls first.Shouldn'tspend as much until it goes to the hall. Girardi-yield to Lopez. Lopez-great information Ritter provided. A special orders bill was presented last week for a large amount.

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. .. ..'..;. ,Goldowsky-objection-should be speaking about this bill being changedonagenda. Reister-Call to question. Vote for removing bill # 66 from agenda. Chair overruled 10-11.Withone abstention from Kostran. Kostrandidn'tread bill first. SLE.33.66: ExpansionofDCAComputer Information System, willbeonagenda. Goldowsky-would like to remove SLE.33.68: Student AssociationBudgetfrom special orders, andmoveit to new business after SLE.33.64. RemoveSLE33.66 from special orders and move it to new business after Resolution #16: ObligationofStudents and Landlords. Objection to the minutes. Changeonline 13, referendum to contract. Changeonline16,5to1.Changeonline 209, Barry to Barrie. Agenda and minutes were approved. President's Report Wiley-last week11students were displaced from their homes. Account910was created-fire relief fund. There were material donations made along with monetary donations. Since today there was $200.15 in the account. Organizations cannot take money froSAaccounts and transferit to account 910. Land owner has offered to donate one apartmentonW.CayugaSt. until June for free. Auxiliary services are willing to donate funds from miss a mealonFriday, April 24th. 100%ofthe money will go to account 910. Benjamin-last year Auxiliary services raised $1,659.12. Reister-what about students with plus plans, will theybeable to donate. Wiley-that was thought of, but auxiliary services are unsure as towhenthe students will eat. Wiling forSAto set up options. Little-maybe the students could pledge a certain amountofmoney outofthe plus plan. Wiley-presenting this because would like senates approval. Wednesday 8pmin Hewitt Union ballroom willbeGreek round table. Went to first campus concept committee meeting, need student involvement. 3 bills tonight being presented to the senate, SLE.33.68: Student Association Budget, SLE.33.67:BudgetAppropriations, and SLE.33.65: Support for Fire Victims. Would like to make 2 nominations, Molly Casey for DirectorofFinance, and Alison Zarecki for Student Association Programming Board-will take effectonJuly 1st. VicePresident's Report Silverman would like to invite all senators to stopbyand discuss any concerns they have. Concerning senate packets, senators could stopbyTuesday morning to get copiesofbills to review. Would like to encourage senators to keep elections going.May1st, new legislative session. Would like to nominate senator Cheeks for executive vice-president assistant. International Fellowship representative discussed SLE.33.63: Funds for International Fellowship Picnic. This picnic is open to all students. About50studentscometo activities, have held Thanksgiving, Valentines dinners, and ski party. Also hold bible studies. Asking for $150 for picnic to buy food Sailing Club representative discussed how they are trying to startupclubonthe Fall.Itis difficult to practice. Raised only $200, looking for $1,800 to get a boat. Ammerman-What have as far as practice? Representative-using boats that are not used to regattas. Goldowsky-Where will theybestored? Representative-will put things in Fallbrook. Asking for this because they would like to hold regattas here.Theboats currently using are not for this purpose,andthey are old. Goldowsky-how would you transport the boats?Rep-don'ttransport the boats. Ammerman-is there a storage facility, how many people are currently involved with the club.

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.'... I ...,,.. Rep-Fallbrook could hold an 8ft.boat or so. Currently there are about 30-40 members.SAV AC Representative discussed SLE.33.70: Transfer withinSAV AC. The system being used now is one pager is for home alert and the secondisfrom Oswego County fire patrol. They want a store and forward system. They have the money, butjustwould like a transferoffunds. Account 871, is the Insurance Account. They had extra money in insurance to keep things up to date, i.e.: medical supplies, etc. SAVAC also provides equipment for EMT students, they also need water rescue equipment, and a new CPR mannequin, in order to teach classes. Benjamin-how long is the SA V AC course? SA V AC Rep.-time depends, but it does teach more than the basic course offered on campus and at the red cross. Ammerman-is this open to anyone on campus? Rep.-yes it is,SAV AC will announce when the course is. Finance Report Casey reported the following balances: Account #915:-$31,121.23 Account #916: $ 332.00 Irving-SAPB headoflectures, worked with COPE representative in bringing UN speakers to Oswego. Will give $200 to this,can'tcontribute to $2,000 asking for. There is not a set amount needed to give. Goldowsky-Heard that it is about $5-6,000 for each speaker? Irving-won't pay $5-6,000 for speakers.Ifis a gift,doesn'thave to be as much as asking for. Zarecki-do you normally give gifts to speakers. Irving-In order to get a speaker, she would call an agency, see how much they cost, she is bound by this. Zarecki-do you have any recommendations? Irving-there should be a gift given, but nowofthis value. Zarecki-the UN speakers are coming for free, but this is a wayofthanking them. COPE rep-the actual cost is $10,000. Benjamin-have you dealt with getting politicians to speak? Irving-Pataki, butwon'tcome and speak in NY,can'treceive money. What was the largest amountofmoney given to a speaker? Irving-Donnie Brasco was $8,000. Gifts were given for the real world, wrote a generousrecommendation for their portfolio so they willbeasked to speak again at other institutions. Could therebea plaque given? Irving-good gesture. Wiley-there are 2 UN speakers coming regardlessofgift given. There is no contract and no bill with the school, this is a customary gesture. Silverman and senatedon'tknow enough information to make this decision. Youcould donate money towards printing. Ammerman-could you present a pieceofart? Casey-can't just give a check with no backing, need a speaker form, and since they are coming for free, there is no fee. SLE.33.67: Budget Appropriations. Submitted appropriations bill this week under special orders. First line is total expenditures for the year, second line is income line for organizations, and final is difference-SA appropriations.Ifthe senate follow Bill #5, appeals will be heard at next senate meeting, dowe let appeals go for a weekorshould they be due Friday. Take appeals submitted on time. Little-do informally,ifbill submitted last week -same situation. Silverman-could do informal appeals through finance committee. Girardi-in SA, letters sent to organizations by Casey were very straight forward. Goldowsky-have budget appropriations, take vote.

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.... ISilvennan-set meeting with finance committee and budget council. Casey-time is the issue. Lopez-suggested appealing organizations go to senators. Reister-suggestions are good, butcan'tplay by the rules for this. Not going to make everyone happy. Options are: I-pass bill tonight, another sessionofappeals during senate meeting, 2-infonnal appeals, 3-appeal to senators and finance committee Little-follow Bill #5toa certain extent. Casey-follow senate procedure, not Bill #5. Lopez-have legislation, need to follow it. Zarecki-before next senate meeting, come at 5:30 pm to hear appeals. Little-letter needs to be drafted by the finance department, informing organizations about appeals, due Friday April 21st by 4:30 pm, after this will suspend rules. Will decide all appeals that night. Have special meeting at 5:30 pm on Tuesday April 21st. Reason for suspending rules, sortofalready breaking them. Nahorney-make meeting, committee as a whole Casey-Oswegonian fund raising can go to account 910. Next weeks issue,SAorganizations donate and in return they have an advertising block in the paper-minimum is $25. Take revenues and donate to fire relief fund. Reister-Bill #65 is in constitution. Recommendation is this is considered additional fund raising. Casey-send to many organizations, would like to thank Scott, Mark, Dean Wassenaar, Kristen, and Jay for taking time outofbusy day. Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee-there is a blood drive going on in the Union. Had a tragic situation occur last week, difficult, many people did come through in this tough time, its good we acted quickly. Today at meeting, discussed fire-apartments were in compliance with fue codes, why weren't students notified apartments were on fire? Wassenaar-no final determinationofcauseoffue has been made yet, be carefulofspeculation, thereisno official report. Lopez-not making assumptions, trying to enforce regulations Elections committee-any budget decisions being made urge to table. Health and Safety committee-Bill #65 does violate trustees policy. Send to procedure and finance committee to make legal decision. Miss a meal raised $1,600, need to make a lot more, thanks for responding to survey. Long Range Planning committee-Monday will meet at 12:45 in SA office. Procedure and Finance committee-need members to report. Recruitment committee has nothing to report. Special Orders SLE.33.65: Support for Fire Victims. Waive reading. Benjamin-motion to table to procedure and finance committee for a week. SLE.33.67: Budget Appropriations. Waive reading. Sponsored by the senate body. Motion to table until other budget things are done. SLE.33.69: Organization Appeals. Waive reading. Sponsors: Little, Reister, Toso, Zarecki, Girardi, Lopez. Goldowsky-motion to adjourn at 9 pm. Call to question Motion fails. Table bill.

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'" .. ."...,..'1'00. .. ,Old Business SLE.33.62: Funds for COPE dinner. Waive reading. Goldowsky-would like to amend, line 48 change to paymentofa dinner. Call toquestion. Amendment passes Barrie-this is a good bill, vote yes, they need the money. Benjamin-this is even better, this is what SA would do. Ritter-changes are great, makes procedures much easier, urge passage. Lopez-agree with co-senators. Little-is a tremendous honor for these guests to come. Allers-amend line 38-cross out guest speakers put in dinner. COPE rep-dinner expected 135 people, $25 for faculty and students. Call to question. Bill passes19for, 1 against. New Business SLE.33.63: Funds for International Fellowship Picnic. Waive reading. Sponsors: Little, Barrie, Toso, Cheeks, Lopez, Benjamin, Goldowsky. SLE.33.64: Funds for Sailing Club Sailboat Purchase. Waive reading. Sponsors: Zarecki, Toso, Little, Friedl, Lopez, Goldowsky. SLE.33.68: Student Association Budget. Waive reading. Sponsored by senate body. SLE.33.70: Transfer Within SA V AC. Waive reading Sponsors: Little, Reister, Friedl, Toso, Zarecki, Lopez, Cheeks, Benjamin, Barrie RES.33.15: The Oswego City FireofApril 10, 1998. Sponsored by senate body. Pass by general consent. Resolution passes. RES.33.16: ObligationsofStudents and Landlords. Sponsors: Barrie, Allers, Toso, Benjamin, Hornick. Toso-inform themselves before moving off-campus. Barrie-check outwhat is offered. Allers-offers a safe haven. Benjamin-write parking agreements in lease, cross out whatever you would like. Hornick-agree, landlords could get caught up, good bill. Goldowsky-feels thisisridiculous, hope no one supports it. Basically telling students what to do. Little-not binding, just a suggestion, completely frivolous. Reister-call toquestion. Objection. Motion to vote on vote. Passes. Resolution passes. SLE.33.66: Expansionofthe OCA Computer Information System. Waive reading.

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1\,.... -Sponsors: Lopez, Allers, Barrie, Girardi. Public Comment and Announcements Lopez-CCRC exchange days, CCRC annual exchange day are held on Mary 6th at 5 p.m., in the Hewitt Union. Benjamin-need to stop attacking each other. Reister-call 341-4339 for committee information. Cheeks-send condolences on behalf on Johnson Hall to fire victims. Nahomey-commended for responseofstudents. Zarecki-thank Wiley for nominations,ifanyone has any questions call 341-7415. Meeting adjourned at 9: 10 p.m.

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(315) 341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDAI.CalltoOrder 2. Roll Call 202 HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 26th Meeting21April 1998COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION ( 3. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silverman, Vice President WTOP Representative Barbara St. Michel, OCA Representative Hockey Club Representative 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance Mark Hafner 7. Committee Reports8.Special Orders SLE.33.75,SLE.33.68, SLE.33.69, SLE.33.67 9. Old Business SLE.33.63, SLE.33.64, SLE.33.65, SLE.33.66, SLE.33.70 10. New Business SLE.33.71, SLE.33.72,SLE.33.73, SLE.33.74, SLE.33.76, SLE.33.77, RES.33.17 11. Public Comment and Announcements 12. Adjournment ......,',")

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION"""-'.' V COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 26th Meeting21April 1998www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 .,... ......... -The meeting was called to order at 6:50 p.m. with17senators present. The agenda was amended as follows: Mark Hafner was added under Finance Report, SLE.33.74 was moved to Special Orders, SLE.33.67,SLE.33.68,&SLE.33.69 broughtoffthe table and placed under Special Orders, SLE.33.65 and placed under Old Business, RES.33.16 was removed from agenda as it was passed last week. The minutes were amendedasfollows: line 259 to read "Basically the bill tells students what to do", and line 17, the word "through" should be "throw". Executive Report President Scott Wiley: Vote on Molly and Alison. Fire Relief Fund. Vice President Matt Silvennan: Keep the elections coming. Thanks to senators who have stoppedby.WTOP Representative: We need those piecesofequipment to function, without them we cannot broadcast. OCA Representative: We are askingtomove funds, not for any new ones.Wewill probably use the funds to purchase one new computer system. Goldowsky: Concerned that moving the money from other accounts will hurt OCA by reducing their publicity on campus. Barbara St. Michel:It'sthe endoftheyear, we aren't going to do much publicity in May. Hockey Club Representative Sean Duink: We need to pay these referees that we owe. Old E-board made many mistakes Finance Report Molly Casey: Acct. #915 ($33,121.23) Acct. #916 $332.00 Explained three-year plan bill, recommendationstonext Senate, not binding them. Craig Little: Suggested this wouldn't be reasonable for organizations. Sailing Club has tried to get a boat donated to them, but it didn't work. Mark Hafner: Senate Finance Committee Bill #75 is bad. Many errors in it. Strike it down. Committee Reports CCRC: See Chairperson Elections: No report. Finance: Health&Safety: People almost getting hit gettingoffbuses. Maybe drivers can write down license plates or Public Safet can ticket cars that pass bus on left. Procedure: Bring billoftable, SLE.33.65 amended. Recruitment: No report.

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' .....,. -Special Orders SLE.33.74 Transfer Within OCA Sponsored by: Benjamin, Little, Toso, Barrie, Reister Goldowsky: Takes away from publicity. Still another bill on the floor. Benjamin: Amendment Line 13, Line 22 and amend to SLE.33.74. Second. Motion passes. Bill passed 18YINOASLE.33.75 Senate Finance Committee Recommendations Withdrawn by Senator Reister SLE.33.69 Organization Appeals Reister: We are doing what Senate asked us to do. Bill passed 15Y 2NIASLE.33.68 Student Association Budget Motion to suspend the rules. Motion to lower quorum to 13. Motion passes. Roll call taken with16members present. Motion to kill Executive Food Compensation. Allers: Good idea, promotes SA. Zarecki: I agree. Goldowsky: Vote down. Benjamin: For. Cheeks: For. Casey: CriticalofPurchase orders, etc. Reister: Not good idea to start cutting budget, long time. Move to question. Passes. Call to question. Seconded. Motion fails 3Y, 12N, 1A Goldowsky: Amendment stating info when "suspend rules", $1999 placed in Acct. #915 to allocate. Little: Pointofinformation: How know money still be there: Benjamin: Going in red regardless, Should take careofitnow, not just to #915. Zarecki: Will solve problem. Little: Quick fix, have t sit down, neglecting duties. Against motion: Allers: Agrees with Little. Might as well put back in SA Casey: Not done considering LSD, finish issue and then send moneyto#915. Ritter: Dp to $2000 looks good. Goldowsky withdraws motion. Cheeks: Amend SLE.33.68, deal with $1999 separately. Second. John: Objection. Call to Question Passed by body. Toso: Motion to give $1000 to LSD activities, $1000 to Gospel Choir Reister: Motion $999 to LSD Activities, $500 to Gospel Choir, $500 to CSA, Acct. #890 Cheeks: Good amemdment, will help Gospel, LSD gets $1000 Wiley: Great, by adding $16,999 to LSD, commend Senate for staying this late. Allers: Bad idea, look through line by line. Bad idea overall. Lopez: Hasty, risky business. John: Good decision, not throwing it around.

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, ,. .., . .. -Little: LSD largest beneficiary, look also at other organizations that came before, lengthy but fair, against motion. LSD Representative: $1999, making decision. Vote down, finish up with LSD first, unfair. Dempsey: Agree with Lopez and Allers, vote down, go through one by one. Casey:Can'tbe hasty. Last suggestions perfect. Benjamin: Vote down, should go through line by line. Zarecki: Vote down, also consider other organizations. Call to question. Seconded. Motion fails 2Y, 14N,OALopez: Finish up LSD First, finalize appeals. Allers: Go through line by line. Zarecki: Go through all appeals. Wiley: Agree with Zarecki, should look at other groups as well. Cheeks: Should go back to $499. Wiley: Diversity director, paying them again. Feel don't need them. Diversity department cut also. Reister: Motion to amend: BiGALA increase #671 $50, #672 $100, BASIC #853 $100,Women'sCenter #883 $100,Gospel Choir #640 $500, #852 even $300. Allers: Seconded. John: Deal with LSD first. Lopez: Deal with LSD first. Zarecki: Motion to amend amendment, CSA and LSD should also get some money. Little: Amend for changes to be reflected in bill. Dempsey: Should vote down, put in form not to void. Motion fails. Dempsey: Make motion who's in favor to discussing LSD income line. Victor: Promote cultural diversity. Why were are reduced. With income line at $3000, are where started last year? Little: What will you be happy with? Diaz: Goal to lower income line. Cheeks: Cut halfofincome line ($1500) Diaz: We'll be content. Dempsey: To LSD, decrease income line and oneofaccounts? Diaz:Ifdecrease both, will be getting no money. Casey: 23%ofappeals to LSD, is that fair? Cheeks: Motion to make income line $1500. Casey: Will be giving them $3100. Toso: Agree with Cheeks but have to look at other organizations also. Mostofthis shouldn't be given to one organization. Allers: Only trying to satisfy one organization, look at rest also. Should be first come, first served, three weeks ago. Zarecki: Agree with Allers, move to think what is right for everyone. Diaz: LSD budget was cut drastically, disagree with Allers & Zarecki, feel income line should be decreased LSD Representative: Only asking $1500, put back where were this year. Diaz: Working on recent appeals, 217 has not been settled. Benjamin:We'vebeen decreased budget every year, should reword them. Little: We have thirteen organizations that have been cut. Giving down to, give and take relationship. Not willing to give and take, then how can we give and take. Proxy Falanga: Agree with LSD rep, not going to get what you want but commend you. Dempsey: Amend to motion. Income line to $2000, think it will be fair. You make above and beyond income line.Togo half should be fair.Can'tmake motion. Wiley: #719 and #792 cuts were made, went to LSD. Ritter: LSD same to fundingoflast year. May come back next year, look and see other organizations. Call to question.

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.... .Vote on motion ($1500) Motion failed 7Y, 9N,OAReister: Amendment to budget, leave LSD income line at $3000. Restofmoney to be used later for their appeals. Comparison between organizations not fair. Casey: Where is $1500 going to go? Benjamin:Westill have other appealsoftoday to discuss. Move on to CSA and HUBAC and the rest. Allers: Agree with Benjamin. Zarecki: Not just focus on one but all later. Girardi: Second Zarecki. Toso: Haven't gotten anywhere. Motion passed, 9Y, 7N,OALopez: Well done. Concern including senate in budget. Relocate accounts. Zarecki: Agree with Lopez, should go through line by line. Motion to go through line by line fails. Allers: Motion to bring together SLE.33.68&SLE.33.69, fused as one, one final budget. Benjamin: Want to raise fee by .25 Wiley: Submit billifyou want to raise fee. Call to question. Reister: Motion SLE.33.68 to include all monetary figures in SLE.33.69. Will provide in writing. Passed by body. Ritter: Waste to go through line by line. Should be decided where money should go, at another time. Benjamin: Motion to amend #218 Blackfriars, $400 to Gospel Choir, $400 to CSA. Motion fails, 7Y, 9NOACall to question on passing budget. Passedl4Y,2N,OASLE.33.63 Funds for International Fellowship Picnic Sponsored by: The Senate Body Passed General Consent RES.33.17 ResolutionofAppreciation Sponsored by: The Senate Body Passed by Acclamation. Motion to amend agenda, all business not gotten to moved to next meeting under Old Business. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned.

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126COLLEGE xr OSWEGO c".-. STUDENT ASSOCIATION Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 27th Meeting28April 1998 4 AGENDA1.Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Report Scott Wiley, President Matt Silverman, Vice President Speaker on Health Insurance 6. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports 8. Special Orders SLE.33.71, SLE.33.72, SLE.33.73, SLE.33.76,SLE.33.77, SLE.33.78 9. Old Business SLE.33.64,SLE.33.65, SLE.33.66, SLE.33.67, SLE.33.70 10. New Business RES.33.18, RES.33.19II.Public Comment andAnnouncements 12. Adjournmentf ....

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATION.... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 27th Meeting 28 April 1998Minutes +' The meeting was called to order at 6:35pmwith 20 senators present. The agenda was amendedasfollows: remove SLE.33.56 table and put before SLE.33.64 under Old Business, bring back SLE.33.69 and put after SLE 33.70 in Old Business. The minutes were amended as follows: line 37, add see chairperson. --"...,.. President's Report Wiley: Miss-a-Meal made $2300 to benefit account #910. All but tow checks were picked up by the fire relief. SAPB would like to put in metal detectors for 2 specific events: Backyard Jam, and MayDay concert. University doesn't have a policy on the typeofsecurity. About Dirt Day, thisisn'tfeasible. Hopefully a bill will be presented. Little: How muchisone? Nahomey: This issue needs tobediscussed more. For a walk through detector it is about $100. Little: Would this come outofthe executive project account? Wiley: Since there is a -$4 in the account, no it will not come outofthat.Wealso need to do all events notjustone Reister: Is this necessary? Wiley: Need to decide which events are necessary,can'tjust do some concerts. Long range planning committee and senate needs to look at this. Ritter: Didn't know there was a need for this. Wiley:Itis customary at other colleges. At one concert the police confiscated knives. A lecture willbetonight,ArtofKissing, at 7 pm. SLE.33.65 there needs to be some words changed. Talking about $2500.Ifbill is passed, will wait to sign. Met with representatives from hockey club, encourage to pass. Would like to thank auxiliary services. Wassenaar: Discussed student health insurance. Currently the expense is $432, Plattsburgh is $142. Would like to move cost down significantly, this would lower the cost for each student. There has been much discussionofhealth insurance for the students. The college is the primary health center, Mary Walker. Students face a dilemma with going without treatment. HMO was mentioned, the portability. Also discussed was the ageofwhich coverage is extended. This program would bring premium level down. Little: Does Plattsburgh require mandatory health insurance? What happens to students that are scrapping and saving to ho here, that can't afford health insurance? Wassenaar:Don'tknowifanyone could answer this question, but 75-80%ofstudents will be covered by policy associated by family. For all that get financial aid, this could be brought down for them. This is an extremely complex issue. Benjamin: Will this be on tuition bill? Wassenaar: There will be an entry for student's health insurance information. They could give the policy number and carrier. Toso: How many uninsured students are there? Grant: Abut 20-25% are uninsured, could be less.

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....,(JRussell: The amountof$432 couldbedropped to $150,ifprocedure introduced. This couldbebroken into 2 payments. Wiley: This year is optional. Little: How many SUNY schools do this? Russell: About 8or9, more enforce the smaller rate. Grant: All colleges and universities have a hard waiver. Russell: See a lotofstudents come with physical condition and want to buy policy now. Wassenaar:Itis a rare person that doesn't want health insurance. Cost is very minimal to the student. Zarecki: Could the students still use the health center in addition to the insurance provided by the school? Grant: Yes, this is good at your own homes, and over the summer. There is a $25 co-pay, valid in that sense. Wassenaar: Two things that keep cost down, the school providesprimary care, and students volunteer ambulance service. Reister:Ifshift to Plattsburgh plan, would benefits stay the same? Russell: Yes, benefits will stay the same, but the cost will be lessened. In some cases it is an increase. Grant: Intramural sports will be covered, but NCAA sports are not. Goldowsky: Could you combine with other colleges to decrease the cost even more? Grant: Talked about this, but each college has different needs. Russell: Each campus has a unique demand. Zarecki: Is it possible to have a supplemental optical or dental plan? Wassenaar:Haven'tinvestigated, but is a possibility. Wiley: How would this affectSA'sinsurance premium? Wassenaar:Itwouldn't have any bearing on it. Casey: What about doctor visits? Russell: This plan doesn't cover routine exams. Grant: Regular physicals could be done at Mary Walker. Vice-President's Report Silverman: Need letters from halls so senators can start their term. Senators need to have elections soon in their hall. Things to keep in mind when talking about bills: stay on topic, keep questions on bill, and are senators being repetitive? RES.33.18 is a great resolution. Would like to make an appointment for an assistant executive, Salem Cheeks. Finance Report Casey reported the following balances: Account #915: -$33,271.23 Account #916: $ 332.00 Casey: SLE.33.69 was merged last week from bills 68 and 69. Exhibition committee has an increaseof$700 to put at $1000.Itis really an increaseof$200 to put the total at $1000. Now we have %500 more suggested. Would like to put the $500 into account 915. Bills aren't signed because not accurate. Appropriations bill will be changed. SLE.33.76, hockey bill, talked to some reps. The bill is only for $240, money is already allocated to them.Itwill hurtSAifdon'tgo through with this. Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee: met today to finalize dinner.Itwillbenext Wednesday, there is a mock tail hour in the union. Hosting an open forum at 6:30pmin the formal lounge. DirectorofOCA, LopezandSAlawyer will be there. Mostly tier 3 and 4 organizations are invited.Itis formal attire for the dinner, RSVP by May 1 to Mary Jo. Elections committee has nothing to report. Finance committee reported that bill5.1was created. Withdrew bill, next years senate will look over. Health and Safety committee has nothing to report. Long Range Planning committee reported that the SA V AC bill #56, should be voted down, will be submitted again next week. Will meet Wednesday at 12:45 at SA.

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...,-. I Procedure and Finance committee has nothing to report. Recruitment committee has nothing to report. Special Orders SLE.33.71: Funds for New WTOP Graphic System. Waive reading. Speakers List: Little, Reister, Goldowsky, Zarecki. Little: Current graphic system has died. This is a great tool.Itis also a great revenue source.Can'tdo without it. WTOP Rep.:Ithas died twice.Can'tmake as pages and such without it. Reister:Ifyou like TOP vote yes. Toso: Call to question. Lopez: would like to amend bill, line 22, $9000 from account #916 to TOP. Bill passes unanimously. SLE.33.72: Funds for Fiber Optic Cable System. Sponsors: Little, Reister, Toso, Goldowsky. Toso: Amend line 14, TOP receives $ form account 916. They need this. Goldowsky: amend, from account 916 to 601. Pass this bill or there is no more TOP. Call to question. Bill passes unanimously. SLE.33.73: Organizations Right to Spend Excess Income. Waive Reading. Sponsors: Goldowsky, Reister. Goldowsky: seems like a great bill. Incentive to reach and go beyond income line. Call to question. Bill passes17for, 1 against, 2 abstentions. Reister abstained because he wrote bill. Konstran abstained because she didn't discuss at has council. SLE.33.76: Hockey Club Spending. Waive reading. Reister:Ifnot passed they can't get refs and there will be no hockey club. Call to question. Bill passes unanimously. SLE.33.77: 3-year Plan Bill Waive reading. Sponsored by Little. Little would like to amend, line 12, plans. Strike from and to line 14 to come. Reasoning not committing this body making decision for future. Tier 4 organizations need our commitment no. TOP Rep.: Make 3-yr. plan, who's to guarantee that the next senate will pass the next years. To pass all 3 years at one time would be good. Casey: from our perspectives, have you taken the time to research, could always go back and make changes. Benjamin: better way to plan out, could do prior planning. Call to question. Amendment passes. Call to question. Bill passes unanimously. SLE.33.78: Transfer Within Student Services. Waive reading. Sponsor: Goldowsky, Reister. Goldowsky: this is a simple transfer. Call to question.

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.. '"' .. ..Bill passes 19 for, 1 against. Old Business SLE.33.56: SA V AC. Reister: Long Range Planning committee worked on this long and hard, pass now, going tobe$3000or$4000 more later. Give money to SA V AC to do their jobs, strongly urge passage. Little: agree with Reister, will save us money, will save students money whom we represent. Versatile item to have on hand. Feel deserving for student body. Benjamin: completely agree. Zarecki:Dothey have an ambulance replacement account? Little: not going to offset further budget accounts Zarecki: Want SAVAC to get it, don't want to use allofcapital expense account. Goldowsky: Long Range Planning committee suggested for this to fail, want to rewrite and present. Worked hard on bill and beady passed within SAVAC. Zarecki: Cheeks and herself will volunteer next week to fix bill. Ritter: agrees with Goldowsky, a lotofinflation,can'ttransfer people in this,don'tsee how effective. Wiley: Agree with Goldowsky, agree with committee. Reister: Amend, eliminate everything form 28000 down to line 24, replace with:Anaccount to be set aside, a savings account, for the next 3 years to buy a first response vehicle. Call to question. Amendment fails. Call to question. Bill passes 12 for, 7 against. SLE.33.64: Funds for Sailing Club. Waive reading. Zarecki: This is a great opportunity for the club. Toso: Agree with Zarecki. Little: Passed a bill with a lotofmoney, this is a wonderful thing for the sailing club. Friedl: good because they want it, they want to get established Call to question. Bill passes unanimously. SLE.33.65: Support for Fire Victims. Waive reading. Call to question. Bill passes 17 for, 1 against. SLE.33.66: ExpansionofOCA Computer Information System. Waive reading. Lopez: amend, line 35 change to $3500 to $1700. $3500 allocated followed by another $2800. Look at historyofcommittee, vote yes on bill. $1700 is what we need to start, need funds to revamp office, vote yes. Call to question. Amendment passes Allers: Good idea, seems reasonable. Little: Passed OCA bill last week, now this becomes a nuisance bill. Already decide. Vaguenessofbill, needs to go to computers. Needs to go to specific purpose. Lopez: Amend line 38, purchaseofone computer, Apple Mac. Call to question. Amendment passes. Debate ends. Bill fails 7 for, 10 against. SLE.33.67: Budget Appropriations Waive reading.

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.. Little: change total appropriations to $1,230,525, change income to $1,530,600. Net allocated stays the same. Call to question. Bill passes15for, 1 against. SLE.33.70: Transfer Within SA V AC. Waive reading. Call to question. Bill passes 16 for. SLE.33.69: Organization Appeals. Motion to reconsider in the following, line14+$700, change to +$200.Beit further enacted that +$500 adjusted form account 918-1 put into account 915 fiscal year 98-99. Motion passes. Call to question Bill passes15for, 1 against. New Business RES.33.18: Oswego City Housing Inspection Policy Sponsors: Benjamin, Little, Ritter, Wilde, Zarecki, Allers, McCabe, Dempsey. Little: Amend, take out and between. Call to question. Amendment passes. Ritter: agree with resolution, pass. Benjamin: Its about time. McCabe: This is a great resolution. Dempsey: very important for students. Goldowsky: amend, line23be it even further resolved that the senators and the yes and no votes be included on bill. Lopez: preposterous amendment. Little: its a resolution, make suggestions and then pass on. City decisions affect students too. Call to question. Amendment fails. Call to questions. Resolution passes15for, 1 against. RES.33.19: A Little Something for a Great Senator. Sponsored by body. Pass by acclamation. Public Comment and Announcements Casey: Thank senate for all hard work this year. Wish bestofluck. Lopez:It'sbeen an honor and pleasure working with everyone, great bunchofsenators. Goldowsky: congrats to all clubs and organizations. Cheeks: Asked all senators to promote Papa Johns, they did a great job. Wiley: Car wash May 2nd, proceeds go to fire relief fund. Zarecki: Thanks for senator Cheeks for pizza, and committee heads, and come to MayDay. Benjamin: HUBAC is having a snap contest, Wed. at 9:30. Ritter: Best senate ever seem, thinkitis tremendous. Nahomey: Congrats on a great year, this leaving good luck, those coming back they have a legacy to carry on. Meeting adjourned at 9:29 pm.

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON-.. .. ;. COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 1st Meeting 7 May 1997www.oswego.edu/-studentaBill #1Election Law(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Amended ....--". rt>,,. M WHEREAS,a seriesofSupreme Court decisions have proven that the current Election Laws are too loose and open for interpretation; andWHEREAS,these decisions have prompted a dire need for these laws toberewritten;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following procedures, policies, and schedulesbeimplemented for the operationsofthe Student Association All-Campus Elections. L Elections CommitteeA. The operationofthe Student Association All-Campus Elections, as specified in this bill, shall be the responsibilityofthe Election Committee, which shallbedefined as the standing Senate Election Committee. This committee shall consistofa chairperson (of at least sophomore standing; or another suitable candidateifa senator with the necessary experience is not available) and a least five other members from the Senate.B.Duties and Responsibilitiesofthe Election Committee Chair: 1. Coordinate and oversee all workingsofthe Election Committee.2.Be responsible for determiningifallstudents that are running for an Association office comply with the following:a)ForSenators: ArticleI,Section II, part 2ofthe Student Association Constitution. b) For President and Vice President: Article II, Section I, part 2ofthe Student Association Constitutionc)This shall include, but not be limited to, determiningifthe potential candidate is (1) a regularly enrolled student (2) is in good standing with the college (3) has paid their Student Association fee (4) has the appropriate cumulative grade point average.3.Beresponsible for acquiring voting booths and all materials that shall be needed to run these booths.4.Appoint, from among the committee members, the following supervisors: PetitionSupervisor Publicity Supervisor Forum Supervisor Polling Supervisors (3)5.Moderate the Student Association Presidential and Vice Presidential debates or appoint a moderator with the approvalofthe Election Committee.6.Notify, by phone, all Presidential and Vice Presidential candidatesofthe elections results as soon as they become valid, before they become available to the student body as a whole.1

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., ..C.Dutiesofthe Supervisors 1. Petition Supervisora)Preparing and making available a sufficient numberofStudent Association candidate petitions. These petitions shall be made available through the Student Association Office.b)Preparing and attaching to all petitions a sheetofinstructions stating the necessary dates, rules and regulationsofthe election along with an exampleofallowable signatures and an exampleofone that is unallowable. c) Should hold a meeting with all candidates explaining the rules and regulations regarding campaigning.2.Publicity Supervisor Postersa)Responsible for ordering distributing, and hanging election postings, in a manner compliant to applicable Campus Policies. Media Advertisinga)Responsible for placing advertisements in all three campus media outlets (WNYO, WTOP, and the Oswegonian) which shall contain the same information as the posters as well as information about the debates,ifany.3.ForumSupervisora)Recommending to the committee the time, date, location, and format for the Presidential and Vice Presidential debate. b) Notifying eachofthe Presidential and Vice Presidential candidatesofthe time, date, location and format for the debate. c) Organizingany other public forum that the committee feels desirable.4.PollingSupervisor (3) The three polling supervisors shall be responsible for specific areasofthe campus. They are as follows:1)Lakeside and Mackin Complex 2) New Campus 3) Hart, Funnelle and the Hewitt Union Responsibilities: a) Making sure that the proper equipment and necessary materials are available at all polling places. Including and official list (obtained from the Registrar' s Office)ofall students eligible to vote. This information can be found in SectionsXIofthis bill.b)Making sure that poll watchers are stationed at all polling areas, and that there are no problems with their designated polling areas. D. Dutiesofthe Election Committee: 1. Determine the validityofthe petitionofeach potential candidate as described in Section IVofthis bill.a)Membersofthis committee that are potential Presidential and/or Vice Presidential candidates are not allowed to determine the validityofany petitions. b) Membersofthe Committee that are potential Senatorial candidates are not allowed to determine the validityofany petitions from the living center in which they are seeking office.2.Oversee all phasesofthe All-Campus Election and record any discrepancies, infractions,orviolationsofthis bill and report them to the Student Association Supreme Court as mandates in SectionXIofthis bill.3.Membersofthe Election Committee may not work as polling watchers.4.Beresponsible for the clearing awayofall campaign material within 100 feet (horizontal)ofthe polling boothsby8:00 am the day before the All-Campus Elections are to begin.5.They may be present, but cannot serve as an official witness to a count for the office which they are in contention for.6.Write and submit a bill to the Senate declaring the official election results .7.Notify the campus media groupsofthe official election results as soon as the Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates have been notified.II.ApportionmentA. All Senate seats are based on the living center that are outlined in the by-lawsofthe Student Association Constitution. There shall be one Senator for approximately every two-hundred (200) regularly enrolled students. The following is a listofthe living centers and their respective numberofSenate seats during the 32nd legislative session. 2

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Cayuga .Funnelle.Hart.Johnson.Mackin.Off-Campus..Oneida.Onondaga..Riggs.Scales. Seneca (including PathfInder) Waterbury..2 2o(closed due to renovations 11202 31 131.. --.. B.The enumeration to the determine the numberofSenators per living center shall be made by the Vice President by the endofthe Fall semester .C.The enumeration shall be in compliance with Article I, Section II, part 3ofthe Student Association constitution.III. Running MatesThe defInitionofa running mate is any candidate that wishes to pool their funds for the purposeofseeking the offIce ofPresident and Vice President. In order tobeconsidered bona fIde running mates the candidates must state their desires in writing to the Election Committee, prior to the designated due date for turning in candidate petitions.IV. PetitionsandRequirementsA. All candidates seeking election in the Student Association All-campus Election must obtain a Student Association petition from the Student Association offIce, and obtain the required numberofsignatures in accordance with the followingregulations. 1. All signatures must be obtained in person by the candidate and must be obtained from the candidates proper constituency.2.Any student whose has paid their S.A. fee may sign a petition. A person may sign more than one petition.3.The candidate must explain to the students signing the proper way to fIll out the petition,ifthis is done incorrectly(Le.the person signed where they should have printed) the name will be removed from the overall countofthat particular petition.4.Ifa student does not print clearly so that a committee person can make out what that person's name is, then that committee person shall then ask another memberofthe committee totryto read the name.Ifthe both agree that the name is illegible than that name shall be removed from the petition.Ifthey disagree then the fInal decision will lie with the chairperson. No name shall be stricken from a petition in such a manner as to make it illegible.5.Inorder for a challenge to be deemed as such, the election committee must fIrst highlight the nameofthe challenge and then all members that agree that the challenge is valid must initial to the leftofthe line.6.When a petition is completely checked, then the committee member must print and sign the cover page.7.Each candidate for Senator seeking election in a living center, as described by By-Law 1ofthe Student Association Constitution, must obtain at least fIfty (50) valid signatures. 8. Each candidate for a campus-wide position must obtain at least two-hundred fIfty (250) valid signatures.9.All conduits are required to sign a release stating they have read and understand the campaigning rules provided. 10. All petitions shall be validated within three (3) academic days after petitions are due. 11.IfPresidential and Vice Presidential candidates wish to run as "running mates" they must inform the election committee prior to the submissionoftheir petitionsoftheir intentions.V. Slate RulesA. An offIcial slateofcandidates shall be postedonthe S.A. Bulletin Board, second floorofthe Hewitt Union, at the locationsofall living center the Off-Campus Association OffIce, not more than three (3) academic daysafter petitions are due.3

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'. I....,. ...iI ., V B.Campaigning may not begin until an official slateofcandidates has been posted and official campaigning rules are discussed with all candidates.VI. SelectionofName on BallotA. The selection process shall be done by the Election Committee in the presenceofall candidates so choosing to attend. Using a hat and a random draw to facilitate the process.B.The selection order by offices shall be as follows: President Vice President Senator Each office shallbeselected individually, with the exceptionofPresident and Vice President. This shall also be the order in which they are to appearonthe ballot.C.Selection shallbedone in a random fashion. D. For the selectionofthe Presidential and Vice Presidential order, the names from both offices will be put together and then drawn randomly. Exceptions to this will be onlyif"running mates" want their names side-by-sideonthe ballot.Inthis case, the nameofthe Vice President candidate choosing this option will be eliminated from the random drawings. This method will allow the other candidates that do not have "running mates" the chanceofhaving their names appear first on the ballot.VII.Campaign Rules and RequirementsA. Campaigning may begin with the postingofthe Official slateofCandidates.Inorder for a student to be eligible for S.A. Campaign funds,itmust be determined by the election committee that the student is a bona fide candidate according to the specificationsofthis bill and thatofthe Student Association Constitution. Bona fide candidates will be notified no less than twenty-five (25) days before the first dayofthe Student Association AlI Campus Elections.B.No electioneering is to take place within 100 horizontal feetofany polling place after 8:00 am the day BEFORE the polls open. Electioneering shallbedefmed as any pamphlets, poster, leaflets,orany other printedorwritten documents, as well as formalorinformal speeches stating candidateorparty platform whose purpose is to work for the electionofany candidateorparty.VIII. FinancingA. Budgeted Moneys 1. The Senate shall annually allocate funds for the general election account. All expenditures from this account mustbeapproved and signed by the Election Committee Chair and then proceed through the normal S.A. Finance procedure.2.A totalof$850 will be allocatedfrom the Student Association Fiscal Budget in a special account solely for the purposeoffinancing the campaignsofthe Candidates for the officesofS.A. President and S.A. Vice President in the Annual All-Campus Election.B.Candidate Moneys 1. Each candidate for S.A. President and Vice President will add an additional $20 to the aforementioned fund after the official slate is posted. The fund will then be equally divided between the candidates not to exceed $100 per candidate.2.No friends or associatesofcandidates can purchase material for election campaign propaganda.3.All supplies must be bought from the local area (CityofOswego and/or TownofOswego) .4.All supplies purchasedbya candidate mustbebought from a legitimate business.5.All disbursementsofcampaign funds mustbemade through the Finance Departmentofthe Student Association, rigidly complying to present policy specification .6.Ifit is determined that there are more than ten (10) students that are eligible for the Presidential and Vice Presidential candidacy, the sumofthis account shall be divided evenly among all the candidates.7.Presidential and Vice Presidential "running mates" will be allowed,ifthey so desire,tocombine the funds allocated to them for the aforementioned account. (Running mate qualifications are described in Section III.) 8. No candidate shall be allowed to spend the S.A. campaign funds for any purpose other than hislher election campaign.Ifthere are more than ten (10) candidates, then the Election Committee will submit a bill for further funds.9.All unused funds from this account shall be returned to the S.A. general fund.4

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>r'4" B.C. I'"# D. .II,,. E...... .... 10. All receiptsofpurchases accrued during the campaign process mustbeofficially obtained and submitted to the DirectorofFinance in order to receive reimbursement.C.StipendsI.All stipends mustbeapproved by the Senate with the following two exceptions needing approval only by the Election Committee: a) Stipends for the poll watchers b) Stipends for all persons involved in the deliveryofcertified voting machines, andinthe programming thereof .IX PublicForumRulesandRequirementsA. A public forum shallbeheld for the Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates within ten (10) academic daysofthe All-Campus Elections.B.The public forum shallbemediated by the Election Committee Chairortheir appointee.X.MethodofBallotingA. In order to vote a student must present a valid studentillto poll watchers who will then check it against a master list for that living center. (NOTE: Official temporaryillorpaid receipts for the current semester will alsobeaccepted, provided they show paymentoftheir S.A. fee, along with a photoillwith a signature.) Voters must sign next to their name on master list.B.Methodofballoting shallbethe same for all polling places.C.Balloting shallbeconducted by certified voting machines; however, there must also be a specified numberofpaper ballotsonhand at each polling place in a sealed envelope.Thenumberofballots at each location willbeat the discretionofthe committee.D.Ifa voting machine breakdown occurs and the machine cannotbefixed, then, and only then, may paper ballotsbeused.E.Ifthere is an unilateral problem with the polling locations that can substantially effect the outcomeofthe election, then, and only then, shall votingbestopped until the problem canbecorrected.F.Absentee BallotingI.Absentee ballots maybeissued to any student so qualified as a voterinthe Student Association, and who is unable to vote at their specified polling place for some justifiable reason.(i.e. internship, student teaching assignment, illness, etc.)2.Toreceive an absentee ballot, the voter must notify the Election Committee with a written and signed request stating name, address, and a reason for the request at least a week before the dayofthe election.3.Ifapprovedbythe committee, the requesters will automaticallybemarkedoffthe proper polling place master list. The person may only then votebyabsentee ballot.4.All returned absentee ballots mustbereturned to the Student Association Office by the closingofthe pollsonthe last dayofelections.G.The Election Committee shallberesponsible for collectionofall sealed envelopes containing paper ballots at the closingofthe polls, each dayofthe election. The ballots mustbelocked in a designated place until the polls reopenoruntil they are tobetallied.XI.PollingPlaceA. The following is a listofall polling places: Cayuga Hall Oneida Hall Funnelle Hall Onondaga Hall Hart Hall Riggs Hall Johnson Hall Scales Hall Mackin Complex Seneca Hall Hewitt Union (2) Waterbury HallForAll-Campus Elections. these polline placesmustbe used.A valid studentillmustbepresented to poll watchers who will then check it against a master list which will thenbesigned by the voter to show that the person did vote. temporaryID'sorpaid receipts for the current semester will be accepted, provided they show paymentofthe S.A. fee, and another photoIDwith signature.No orVice Presidential candidates shall be allowed to work as a polling supervisor. Duties and Responsibilitiesofthe Poll Watchers 1. Shallberesponsible for specific hours while attending the poll place.5

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.. .. ... ..2. Shall be responsible for making sure the voting machine and the paper ballots are never left unattended.3.Shall be responsible for making sure that each person isofthe proper constituency.4.Shall be the only persons to check studentill'sunless otherwise notifying their supervisors.5.Shall receive a stipend for their work, they must sign in and out on the provided time sheet each time they work the polls.F.Each polling place shall include the following: 1. Poster(s) clearly identifying the polling place and containing the necessary election information for that polling place. Election information includes the timeofthe elections, candidates, etc.2.Posters containing instructions on how to vote, including write-ins, shallbereadable from the polling table.3.One table and two chairs.4.Ontopofthe table their must be:a)A sheetofall necessary instructions for poll watchers. b) A sign in/sign out sheet for the poll watchers,ifthey are to receive a stipend. c) Paper Ballots in a sealed envelope. d) Proper student listing for the polling place. e) A listofall student who have paid their S.A. fee .G.All voting machines must be placed in the inunediate areaofthe polling table.XII. Valid ElectionofCandidateA. All ballot items must receive at least 10%ofthe votes cast from their proper constituency in order for that election to be considered valid.B.The Election Conunittee, under the supervisionofthe Supreme Court, shallberesponsible for the [mal tally and certificationofall election results.XIII.VacanciesAny and all vacancies mustbefilled immediately by writsofelection issued by the executive authoritiesofthe living center andeventually filled by a special electionconducted amone theRESIDENTSofsuch livine center.(Student Association Constitution Article I, Section II, subsection 4)XIV.ViolationofProcedure/GroundsforDisqualificationAny infractions shall be brought to the Supreme Court by the Election Conunitteeorany other memberofthe Student Association thatifthe infraction has affected the election in any way then the Court shall arrive at a decision that is appropriate to the violation.XV. This bill shall supersede all election billspriortothe32nd Leeislative Session.SUBMITIEDBY: Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator Reviewed by: President, Vice President Further reviewed and amended by: The Procedure and Finance Conunittee SPONSORED BY: The Body .' .,IiJ... SENATE ACTION Passed 17Y 2NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 5 February 19986 Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON..--" .COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 1st Meeting 7 May 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410, 4:1r Bill #2 Funds for the Names ProjectWHEREAS,the Bisexual, Gay, and Lesbian AllianceofSUNY Oswego would like to bring the Names Project to SUNY Campus on October 10 -11,1997; andWHEREAS,since the AIDS Quilt is a memorial that affects everyone, we feel that it is necessary to have the Student Association's support with this project; andWHEREAS,in order to do this effectively, we would like to bring eight panels (each panel represents eight people) and display them in the Hewitt Union Ballroom; andWHEREAS,we would also like to have a keynote speaker, Troix Bettencourt, a man living with HIV, who is an advocate for AIDS awareness and services for people who are HIV positive; andWHEREAS,we have also invited Human Rights Campaign, which is an advocate group for gayllesbian/bisexual rights, and GLSTN (Gay, Lesbian, Straight Teachers Network) to sit booths in the main lounge in Hewitt Union and speak to students; andWHEREAS,we would also like to invite the Ithaca GaylLesbian Chorus to singonthe eveningofOctober11,1997; andWHEREAS,we have asked for donations from other S.A. organizations and individuals to cover any extraneous costs, advertising and a candle light vigil on October 11; andWHEREAS,we feel that this event will affect and attract every SUNY Oswego student; andWHEREAS,without a grant from S.A. Senate, BiGALA will not be able to fund this event in its entirety;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the amountof$4010 be transferred from Acct. # to an Acct. #667 (BiGALA Events) with the following breakdownoffunds: ..} Shipmentofpanels from Syracuse to Oswego Keynote Speaker (including airfare) Ithaca GaylLesbian Chorus Performance Airfare for Human Rights Campaign Rep&GLSTN Rep Three hotel rooms for two nights Meals for three speakersTOTAL$300.00 2000.00700.00500.00 360.00 150.00 $4010.00

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, 'Iir' STUDENT ASSOCRATRON... rCOLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY13126Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 1st Meeting 7 May 1997www.oswego.edul-studentaSpecialOrdersBill #3 Increase SA Fee(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410.. .. WHEREAS,a Student Activity fee increaseof$3will not cover the increased costofminimum wage; andWHEREAS,another dollar increase is needed to maintain the same levelofsponsorship, activities, and involvement on the Oswego campus; andWHEREAS,without this dollar increase there will be a very minimal amountofmoney to give to clubs and organizations for additional fundingofevents; andWHEREAS,without another dollar increase, Tier 1 organizations will receive very minimal funding for the event-by-eventbasis due to the precedent the Senate has set becauseofBill #42ofthe 30th Legislative Session; andWHEREAS,this single dollar will have an extremelyimportant impact on the Student Association, and allofits clubs and organizations; andTHEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Student Association Fee be increased by $1.00 for full-time undergraduate students.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the Student Association Feebeincreased for graduate and part time students in accordance with Association laws and regulations.SUBMIITEDBY; BradleyA.Goldowsky, Seneca Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Matt Silverman r SENATE ACTION Passed lOYONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 8 May 1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresident Date Signed by President

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STUDENTASSOCIATION;;..r COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 1st Meeting 7 May 1997www.oswego.edul-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410$551.00620.0093.0076.00150.00 $1489.00.. ......, .. ", .. .rr .. ,... .. .. Special Orders Bill #4 Funds for Phi Beta Lambda ConferenceWHEREAS,Future Business LeadersofAmerica-Phi Beta Lambda is a national business organization dedicated to "Bringing business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs."; andWHEREAS,oneofthe many tools used to achieve that mission is the opportunity to attend conferences; andWHEREAS,the 1997 FBLA-PBL National Leadership conference will be heldonJuly 5 -8, 1997, in Anaheim,CAwhere members will be able to participate in many activities and opportunities; andWHEREAS,the Career Expo brings human resource professionals from someofthe largest companies in America to the conference to conduct mock interviews with the possibilityofjoboffers; andWHEREAS,members will also have the chance to vote for any new legislation and their national officer team for the following year; andWHEREAS,competitive event testing will be administered that will allow members from around the world to pit their knowledge against their fellow members in a varietyofevents; andWHEREAS,SUNY Oswego's reputation for developing leaders is outstanding with two members from the Oswego chapter attending the NLC. Christopher Lewisisthe New York StatePBLPresident and a National Vice President. Dafffney is a member who placed first at the New York State conference in Management. She will compete in Management at the NLC on behalfofNew York and the SUNY Oswego chapter; andWHEREAS,costs for the conference are as follows: Airfare Syarcuse,NYto Anaheim,CAHotel-five nights@$124/night 15% Occupancy Tax Conference Registration Meals $30/day Total Costs

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,.. ., Bill#4THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that thesumof$500 be transferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #938 tobeused for hotel accommodations for its members attending and representingSUNYOswego at the 1997 Future Business LeadersofAmerica Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference. Page 2SUBMfITEDBY: ChristopherJ.Lewis SPONSORED BY: Craig Little .. ..... .. i',.....10"--SENATE ACTION Passed 10YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 8 May 1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresident Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY 13126Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 3rdMeeting 16 September 1997www.oswego.edu/-smdentaAmended See35 Dlo (315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410" .........---" Bill #5 Budget&TierProcess UpgradeWHEREAS,there has been a growingmisunderstandingofthe tier process as it pertains to the Senate's role in making decisions; andWHEREAS,with this bill there will hopefully be a greater understanding for the process;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following procedures for clubs and organizations be adopted as follows:IeThestructureofclubsand orKanizations will be done in atierstructureas follows:TIER1Clubs who have submitted their constitution to the Supreme Court and have had it approved will receive funding on an event-by-event basis through bill form approved by the Senate. All event funding bills will have a breakdownofcostsofthe event in a line-by-line budget. Groups must remain at this status for one semester. At the next budget council they will receive club funding provided they have existed for one semester. Fliers to recruit membership may be obtained through the Student Association office, and paid for through an executive account.TIER2Tier 2 includes clubs who receive funding through budget council in the Fall. Failure to submit a line by-line budget request by the second academic FridayofSeptember, will force the group to return to Tier 1 and follow Tier 1 procedures. Groups in Tier 2 must remain at this level until they have beenoncampus for two consecutive semesters. The two semesters must include a spring semester and the following fall semester.TIER3This tier will consistoforganizations who do programing and campus events. They will be moved from Tier 2 to Tier 3 by approvaloftheircharter by a majorityofthe Senate. Disapprovaloftheir charter will move the organization back to Tier 2 and then the group will follow all Tier 2 procedures. Also, failure to submit a line-by-line budget request, by the second Friday in February,will result in movement back to Tier 2.TIER4This tier will consistoforganizations who perform services to the campus and community and own a lotofcapital equipmentorhold sporting events. They moved from Tier 2 to Tier 4 by approvaloftheir charter by the Senate. Disapprovaloftheircharter will move the organization back to Tier 2 and the group willthen follow all Tier 2 procedures. Tier 4 organizations will receive funding via budget council to cover administrative expenses and equipment expenses. Failure to submit a line-by-line budget request will result in movement back to Tier 2.

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Bill #5 Page 2 '..... CHARTER RECOMMENDATIONSThe Finance Committee will be responsible for reviewing all active charters between November 1 and November 7. Upon review the Finance Committee will decideifa charter is being upheldornot.Ifthe committee decides a charter is not being upheld, the group will be informedoftheir disapproval via a phone call to the presidentofthat group and a letter stating what is not being upheld.Whena group is disapproved they will then have until the fIrst Senate meetingofthe Spring Semester to rectify the problem and submit a revised charter.Ifthis date is not met the group automatically goes back to Tier2.II. Charterin2 ProcessA.All Tier 3 and 4 groups will be required to submit a charter by the last FridayinOctober. B The following groups willberequired to have their charter reviewed by a majorityofthe Senate in the formofa bill: 1. Groups moving from Tier 2 to Tier 3or42.Groups that have had their charter reviewed in November and were disapproved, and have submitted their revised charterina timely manner.(NOLATERTHANTHEFIRSTSENATEMEETINGOFTHESPRINGSEMESTERl!!)C.Chartersshall include:1. Purposeofthe organization2.Past year's accomplishmentsofthe organization 3. BenefIts the organization provides to the college community4.Estimated numberofcurrent members5.Plans for the upcoming year6.A copyofthe current constitution7.A signed agreement to live within fInancial guidelinesofthe Student AssociationI8. For organizationsthatareplanning a 3-year plan only -A capital estimate for the next three years. D Senate shall vote on allcharters that need be by the closeofthe second meetingofthe spring semester.III. Bud2etin2 ProcessThe following structure will pe adopted for budgeting.A.All budget requests for Tier 3&Tier 4 organizations are duebythe second Friday in February. B. Budget Council will begin convening immediately after budget requests are due to decide on the following expenditures. They shall review all requestona fIrst come, fIrst serve basis when pertaining to Tier 3&4 organizations. The following order shallbeused to review requests.1.All Tier 3&Tier 4 organization expenses 2. Governmental expenses 3. Student Services expenses 4. Contractual Obligations expenses 5. Amountofmoney tobeset aside for Tier 2 clubs 6. Amountofmoney set aside for Senate Accounts C Budget Council shall consistofthe following people, each with one vote:1.DirectorofFinance 2. Assistant DirectorofFinance 3. S.A. President&Executive Assistant 4. S.A. Vice President&Executive Assistant 5. One elected Senator as an Ex-offIcio member D. The Senate Finance Committee shall consistofthe following people:1.Four voting membersofthe Senate, who are elected by the Senate 2. The Senate Pro-Tempore who shall serve as the Chair 3. The DirectorofFinance, Ex-OffIcio E.Budget Council will complete the budget by the fIrst FridayinMarch and the budget will thenbeforwarded to the Senate Finance Committee for review recommendations, and to the President-elect for any changes. Also at this time the Finance Department will inform in writing all Tier 3&Tier 4 organizationsofthe budget recommendations.

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Bill #5 Page 3F.Mterthe Finance Committee has received the budget and has a chance to review it, they will then hold a public forum during the afternoon in the Union (this is so that as many studentsaspossible can comment).G.After the Finance Committee has finished compiling their recommendations they will submit to the Senate all their recommendations by the last meeting in March. At this time, the President-elect will give the Senate a line-by-line budget along with any documented changes made.H.At thethe first meetingofApril, the Finance Department will submit an Appropriations Bill with all Presidential changes, after which the Senate will hear appeals and decide which accounts will be considered for appeal. When the Senate decides which accounts will be looked at, it will then be sent to the Senate Finance committee for recommendations as to how to split up the contribution to the fund balance. After these determinations are made, the committee will then submit a bill declaring their findings. ,.'iO.IV.Tier2 FundinK A All Tier 2 Clubs need to submit their budget request by the second academic Friday in September.B.Mterthe second Friday, Budget Council will convene to decide all Tier 2 allocations. Budget Council shall inform all the clubsoftheir line-by-line budget recommendations by the third Friday in September.C.At the last meetingofSeptember, the Finance Department shall submit a Tier 2 allocations bill with specific line-by-line allocations to the Senate. At this meeting all appeals will be heard and decided upon by the Senate (with quorum present).D.The Senate will debate and pass the club allocation at the first meeting in October.E.All Tier 2 clubs may submit no more than $100.00 worthofP.O.s prior to club funding. All P.O.s over $100.00 require Senate approval.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat all committees contained in this bill must have quorum, as governed by association law (fifty percent+one).BEITEVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat all relevant materials that are to be turned in by clubs and organizations, must be turned into the S.A. office and have a date and time placedonthe cover (first page)oftheir documents.BEITEVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat all groups be considered for budgeting and appeals on a first corne, first serve basis.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat all treasurers receive this bill and flow chart as partoftheir manual. "', BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat allSAorganizations shall remain at the same tier level when this bill is enacted.BEITFIN ALLYENACTEDthat this bill take immediate effect and also supersedes all previous bills concerning tier structuring. Mark Hafner,SAPresident SUBMITTED BY: Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator, with recommendations from the Long Range Planning Committee, 1996-97 SPONSORED BY:SamReister, Ken Huss Revised by the Ad hoc Committee on the Tier Process Present: Senators Goldowsky, Little, Cheeks, Rodgers Absent: Senator Benjamin SENATE ACTION Passed 19Y 5NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 9 October 1997 10/"1//7 Date Signed by President

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in Chaner revisonswillbe reviewed and voted on by the SenateRejected Charters or those that were not turned in. Group becomes Tier 2 ""APProV""-I.-.....>IIIIII<_Chaner provedApproved Groups will beinfonnedtohandintheir Budget RequestsNOLATERTIIANe2ndFridayinFebruaryenate Finance Committee will review all charters from November 1-7Budget Council Meets and fonnulates a preliminary budget 1 st weekendinMarchChartersthatwerereceived ontimebutwere disapprovedRejected Charters or hose that were not turnedn.Group becomes Tier 2 .. ...r Budget Recomendations are given to Tier 3&4 Groups .."lO Tier 3&4 Groups come with appeals to the 1st Senate Meeting in April*All Appeals must be submitted to the SA Office by the time&date set forth by SA Finance Committee holds public hearings on the recomendations President-elect gives the Senate budget breakdown and any ocumented changes by Last Mtg in March '--""'ij.Ii#. The Senate will detemine which appeal accounts will be considered for funding. After it shall be sent to the FinanceCmSenate will debate and consider the Finance Bill and then consider the overall Budget This must be done by the LAST MTG in April Budget Bill submitted to Senate for Sponsorship by 1st Mtg in April
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(315) 341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 26th Meeting21April 1998COLLEGE tIT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON ... Student Association Bill SLE.33.5.1 Amendment to SLE.33.5 Changes to Budget System .. WHEREAS,during the courseofthe Spring semester several realizations have come about concerning problems in SLE.33.5; andWHEREAS,due to these problems the executive branch and the legislative branch have relatively no idea what the other branch is doing concerning the budget; and ,.. ... ..'1' WHEREAS,the Senate must have a greater roleonthe overall decision making process during all phasesofthe budget; andWHEREAS,the Senate must recognize the fact that the Senate body has the legislative and constitutional means to makeany changestothe budget as they see necessary; and ''''-Jl WHEREAS,the overall budgeting system must be changed in order for the Senate to have their constitutional role strengthened; ofil:......... THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following procedures amend the budgeting process in SLE.33.5: A. All budget requests for Tier 3& Tier 4 organizations are due by the second Friday in February .B.Budget Council and the Senate Finance Committee will have a joint meeting that will be convened in order to review all budgetary requests. All requests will be reviewed in a first come first served basis. The following order shall be used to review requests.1.All Tier 3&Tier 4 organization expenses 2. Governmental expenses 3. Student Services expenses 4. Contractual Obligations expenses 5. Amountofmoney to be set aside for Tier 2 clubs6.Amountofmoney set aside for Senate AccountsC.Budget Council shall consistofthe following people, each with one vote:1.Director of Finance 2. Assistant DirectorofFinance 3. S.A. President & Executive Assistant

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..r,....-"..,. .. 4. S.A. Vice President&Executive Assistant D. The Senate Finance Committee shall consistofthe following people:1.Four voting membersofthe Senate, who are elected by the Senate 2. The Senate Pro-Tempore who shall serve as the Chair3.The DirectorofFinance, Ex-OfficioE.Budget Council will complete the budget by the first Friday in March and the budget will thenbeforwarded to theSenate Finance Committee for review and recommendations, and to the President-elect for any changes.F.After the Finance Committee has received the budget they shall make adjustments to the Budget Council Recommendations as the committee deems necessary. G.Iftheir are any differences between the two setsofrecommendations the Senate Finance Committee and the Budget Council shall have a joint meeting to go over all discrepancies between the two versions.Atthis meeting both sides must make a decision as to what willbethe official recommendation. H.Ifboth sides are unable to compromise on an official budget recommendations then the Senate body as a whole shall make an official recommendation decision in Executive Session during a Senate meeting.I.The official budget recommendations shall be released, in writing, no later than the third Friday in March. The recommendations shallbereleased by the Finance Department.J.During the courseofthe week, after recommendations have been released, the Senate Finance Committee shall hold a public hearing on the budget in the Main Loungeofthe Hewitt Union between the 2-4 p.m. This hearing is solely for any memberofthe community to review the upcoming fiscal year recommendations and raise any questions or concerns they may have.K.A memberofthe committee musttake down the minutesofthe public hearing, and submit them to the Senate for review by all Senators.L.At the first meeting in April the Finance Department will submitanAppropriations Bill, with all Presidential changes, by the incoming executive. After which the Senate will hear appeals and decide which accounts willbeconsidered for appeal, when the Senate decides which accounts willbelooked at, they will thenbesent to the Senate Finance Committee for recommendations as to split up the contribution to the fund balance.Mterthese determinations are made the committee will then submit a bill declaring their findings. SUBMITTED BY: Craig Little, Chairperson, Senate Finance Committee SENATE ACTION Withdrawn

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION(. ,...,) a..COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 2nd Meeting 9 September 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 .. Bill #6 Additional CopyofSA LegislationWHEREAS,there currently is only one existing hard copyofall prior legislation; andWHEREAS,in the caseofloss, damage, fire, or theft, our Student Association wouldbein serious jeopardyofpermanently losing these records without any meansofever again reproducing them; andWHEREAS,the existing recordsofour past legislative sessions that we currently have are not indexed, thus creating an almost impossible task when attempting to refer to existing legislation;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State University at Oswego that $600betransferred from Acct. #915(Contingency) to an account to be created to pay typists minimum wage to type and save on disk allofour past legislation.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat an internshipbeestablished for the purposeofcreating a database and indexofall prior bills, resolutions, and executive orders. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky,SamReister SENATE ACTION Passed 27YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15October 1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresident Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON, .. II""""COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 3rdMeeting16September 1996www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Bill #7 Annual Club Funding Disbursement WHEREAS,the 1997 Budget Council allocated $28,000 for clubs this year; andWHEREAS,the Finance Department suggests an allocation which is equal to the $28,000 for this purpose; $90.00 2700.00 980.00 777.00 980.00 2700.00 788.00 700.00 150.00 1600.00 150.00 150.00 300.00 150.00 2700.00 2700.00 150.00 560.00 715.00 900.00 450.00 200.00 2700.00 300.00 500.00 360.00 200.00 900.00 1400.00 150.00 900.00$28,000.00THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following allocations be approved from the Club Program Fund: American Marketing Asso. Asian Student Association BASIC Biology Campus Crusade for Christ Caribbean Student Association Chamber Singers Chemistry Club Creative Arts League Del Sarte Dance Club Education Club English Club French Club Geology Club Gospel Choir Great Lake ReviewInt'lBible Study Fellowship Jiu Jitsu Karate Club Kempo Jutsu Karate Club Trad. Okinawan Newman Club Oswego TechEdAssociation Outing Club Pagan Student Association Phi Beta Lambda Storyteller's Guild Ski Club Students Educating Everybody about Disibilities (SEED)TaeKwonDoVocational Tech Ed Asso Y SistasTOTAL ,........,'" .. ,... ........--

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-,I.' "\'-.. ....."t'".. SUBMITTED BY: Molly Casey, SA DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: Craig Little, Brad Goldowsky SENATE ACTION Passed 14Y 6NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 24 September 1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresident Date Signed by President

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STUDENTASSOCKATKON.../:.,...COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 3rdMeeting 16 September 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Bill #8 Funds for Senate TrainingWHEREAS,Bill #30ofthe 32nd Legislative Session called for a Senate Training to be held in the fall semester, which has been scheduled to take place Saturday, September 27, 1997 in Time Pieces; andWHEREAS,$160 was allocated forfood expenses and $5.66 was allocated for binder holders; andWHEREAS,the costofa catered lunch would cost approximately $360 due to an increase in Auxiliary Services pricing, and binders, copies, and other information to be included in a senate training packet would exceed the $5.66 granted Bill #30; andWHEREAS,the need for senate trainingis imperative to assist senators in fulfilling their responsibility as representativesofthe student body; andWHEREAS,a thorough and informative senate training packet can be used to assist senators in their training for this legislative session and the legislative sessions to follow;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that an additional $350 be transferred in to Acct. #766 from Acct. #915 with following breakdownoffunds: Catered Lunch (40 participants@$8.95/person) Senate Information Packet Expenses TOTAL $200 150 $350piSUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed 18YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT17September 1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresident 9/17/e,7 Date Signed by President

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STUDENTASSOCIATION....... COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 4th Meeting 23 September 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 c' .. 'It..a'!;--.....:)... HBill #9 Funds for Activities in the OzoneWHEREAS,the 1997 Budget Council recommended $1500 be allocated to Hewitt Union Board to fund activities in the Ozone; andWHEREAS,the 1997 Budget Council did not allocate the funds in the final budget; andWHEREAS,the Ozone is a positive force on this campus; andWHEREAS,the administrationofSUNY Oswego and SA seeks to provide alternative choices on the Oswego Campus;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $1500 be transferred from Acct. #915 to an account to be created for HUB activities in the Ozone SUBMITTED BY: Molly Casey,SADirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: Gabriella Fassinger, Jay Lopez, Unisa Barrie SENATE ACTION Passed 22Y 2NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 6 October 1997 /o/t/CJ7 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON -''lit COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 5th Meeting30September 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 Bill #10 ReformattingofBill StylesWHEREAS,the current formatofbills in the Senate currently do not contain line numbersonthe left-hand column; andWHEREAS,the introductionofline numbers to the current bill format would ease the process in which bills are viewed; andWHEREAS,this would model the methodofbill format used by the United States Congress; andWHEREAS,in order to create an easier and more organized way for bills to be viewed and discussed, with reference to a specific section; andWHEREAS,this would make the Senate more efficient, with respect to time, as it would allow quick and easy access to certain linesofa bill;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that bill formatsbealtered to include line numbersonthe left-hand column SUBMITTED BY: Jay Lopez, Seneca Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 9 October 1997 Mark Hafner,SA 10 /i/'17 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Bill #11Funds for NACA ConferenceStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 5th Meeting 30 September 1997y WHEREAS,the State UniversityofNew York at Oswego is a memberofNational Association for Campus Activities (NACA) by meansoffees paid by the departmentofCampus Life. All privileges acknowledged are open to all membersofthe college community, thus the Student Association (SA) and the organizations it supports and recognize; andWHEREAS,the Hewitt Union Board Activities Committee (HUBAC)isa recognized group supported by SA, by meansofaffiliation to the Hewitt Union Board; andWHEREAS,HUBAC is a significant contributor to the landscapeofboth educational and quality events and activities to the college community;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $383.40 be transferred from Acct. #915 to an account to be created for HUBAC to send one student to the East Coast NACA Conference in Syracuse on the dates Oct. 23 Oct. 25 to returnonOct. 26 with the following breakdownoffunds: Registration Fee one@$135 $135.00 (Covers six meals per delegate) Hotel Cost 248.40 one room@$82.80/night x three nights TOTAL $383.40 ..,--' SUBMITTED BY: Sam Haynes, AssistantDirectorofCampus Life SPONSORED BY,SamReister,CraigLittle """ / /' SENATE ACTION Passed 23YINOAMark Hafner,SAPresident ".'"/ DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 9 October 1997 Date Signed by President

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..,..,;: STUDENT ASSOCKATKON Bill #12 Funds for Sailing ClubWHEREAS,the Oswego State University Sailing Club has been approved as a Tier 1 organization with the Student Association; and(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 5th Meeting 30 September 1997COLLEGEATOSWEGO-WHEREAS,the Sailing Club boasts over thirty-five active members asofthe dateofthis bill; andWHEREAS,the Sailing Club has engaged in sailing activities for the past four weekends, through the sponsorshipoflocal Oswego Yacht Club members and their boats, which includes instruction, safety drills, and out-of-town racing seminars; andWHEREAS,David Tonkin and Ron Castaldo (both U.S. Sailing Association certified instructors) have been donating their time and expertise to instruct the membersofthe Sailing Club; andWHEREAS,theMid-Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association (MAISA) had reinstated the club as a memberoftheir association; andWHEREAS,the U.S. Coast Guard and the Sailing Club constitution requires the useofa Coast Guard Approved Personal Flotation Device at all times when sailingorracing;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the amountof$750 be transferred from Acct. #916 and $102.50 be transferred from Acct. #915 to an account to be created for the Sailing Club with funds tobeexpended as follows: ".'... 15US Coast Guard Required TypeIIIPersonal Flotation Devices MAISA yearly dues TOTAL $750.00 102.50$852.50SUBMITTED BY: Aaron Gordon, Sailing Club SPONSORED BY: Gabriella Fassinger, Jay Lopez SENATE ACTION Passed 25YONOA MarkHafner,SAPresident DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 9 October 1997 Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 6th Meeting 7 October 1997www.oswego.edu/-studema(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Bill #13 Funds forCPSSeminarWHEREAS,the Counseling&Psychological Services Department provides graduate and undergraduate students with a valuable service through the productionofSpring Seminar; andWHEREAS,the 1997-98 Spring Seminar will provide specific educational opportunities to students from several departments (Psychology, Curriculum and Instruction, Sociology and Anthropology); andWHEREAS,in past years, the annual Spring Seminar has received funding in order to defray a portionofthe cost for attending students;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $750 be transferred from Acct. #915 to an account tobecreated for the CPS Spring Seminar.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat these funds are to used as allocated below and must be spent during the 1997-98 school year: Student Attendees (30 students x $25.00 fee subsidy)750.00SUBMITTED BY: Sally Martin, Graduate Student, CPS Conference Coordinator SPONSORED BY: Alison Zarecki ..e.---".. SENATE ACTION Passed 25Y2NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15October 1997 rtJ), Mark Hafner,SAPresident10/) /0] 7Date Signed by President

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WHEREAS,the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego has no current mission statement; andBill #14 CreationofMission Statement(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 7th Meeting 14 October 1997202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION .. .... -WHEREAS,a mission statementisneeded for the proper allocationofresources and for creating the highest levelofbenefit for the students and community; andWHEREAS,the entire Oswego campus and community will greatly benefit from the creationofa current mission statement;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State University at Oswego that the Long Range Planning Committee be charged with the taskofwriting a mission statement for the Student Association. BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat this mission statementbesubmitted to the senate for a passageoftwo-thirds (2/3) vote no later than November 11, 1997. SUBMITTED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Seneca Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body .?..1-'>...--SENATE ACTION Passed 18Y 8NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 22 October 1997VETO @) Mark Hafner, SA President IO/3(}/OJ7 Date Vetoed by President VETO RECONSIDERATION24vote to support veto. 2 vote to overturn veto. Veto stands. iI 4 November 1997 "".

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Bill #15ReviewofNon-SA Organizations' UseofFundsWHEREAS,a greater numberofnon-Student Association groups are submitting monetary bills to the Senate; andWHEREAS,the Student Associationisbecoming the first resort for Academic Departments to look to for [mancial assistance, when they need to send students to a conference andorto hold a conference; andSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON (315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-srudentaStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 8th Meeting 21 October 1997202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO ,..... WHEREAS,the Student Association's primary goal is to use Association funds for clubs and organizations under the charterofthe Student Association, not for academic departments to use at will;J0/ 3/ / OJ] Date Signed by President SENATE ACTION Passed 22Y 3NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 30 October 1997THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State University at Oswego that all bills that seek the useofStudent Association funds for non-Student Association groups be sent to the Senate ProcedurelFinance Committee for review after the bill is sponsored in the Senate. The committee will report back to the Senate its findings when they have them. SUBMITTED BY: Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Jay Lopez ..

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 8th Meeting21October 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Bill #16 Funds for Physio Control Medic 710WHEREAS,technology has advanced to the point that pre-hospital care allows us to provide automatic external defibrillation; andWHEREAS,the need has arisen and will continue to require us to provide the highest levelofcare possible in cardiac related emergencies; andWHEREAS,the StateofNew York has approved the Student Association volunteer Ambulance Corps to upgrade the levelofcare to include on-scene automatic external defibrillation; andWHEREAS,there is already an existing Defibrillator Purchase Account with a valueof$6000, which will mature in Julyof1998;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $6428betransferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #879 for the purchaseofa Physio Control First Medic 710, with the understanding that whenCD'scome due they willbedeposited into Net Assets. SUBMITTED BY: SAVAC SPONSORED BY: The Body Iii SENATE ACTION Passed 25YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 30 October 1997 )Q/31/&j7 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION'\ J COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 8th Meeting21October 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 .. ...-Bill #17Funds for BACCHUS Conference WHEREAS,OnNovember1316, in St. Louis, Missouri, a National boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the HealthofUniversity Students (BACCHUS) 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 Education Students) would like to send four members to this conference for the purpose to gain more knowledge about alcohol abuse prevention programs at other campuses; andWHEREAS,the CHOICES members that will attend this conference will bring learned information back to Oswego State University and hold presentations 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, all have agreed to the following selection criteria: Future Involvement First year CHOICES member must be willing to give two additional semesters (Spring 1998 and Fall 1998) Mustbein good standing at Oswego State, academically (GPA 2.0) and judicially Must submit a one or two paragraph description on why slbe would be a good candidate to attend Understand that a contractofexpectations for participation will outline future education/disseminationofinformationobtained; andWHEREAS,studentswillcontribute $30 per day for food (for a totalof$120) and an additional $100 for the educational conference;

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,.< .I -. ,...'.... ",. ,. :;... THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State University at Oswego that $2420betransferred from Acct. #915 into an account to be created for students to attend a conference with the following breakdownoffunds: Registration four (4)@$125 $500.00 Plane fare four (4)@$300 1200.00 Hotel rooms two (2)@$120/night for three (3) nights 720.00 TOTAL $2420.00 SUBMITTED BY: CHOICES SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky SENATE ACTION FailedOY25NOA

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON WHEREAS,the LEAD CenterofSUNY Oswego would like to continue the activitiesofthe Leadership Awards and Recognition Ceremony (LARC) this 1997-1998 school and ... J.. COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNYOswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 9th Meeting 28 October 1997www.oswego.edu/-studentaBill #18Funds For LARC(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 r." WHEREAS,the ceremony was established in order to recognize and acknowledge the achievementsofthe individuals and organizations here at SUNY Oswego; andWHEREAS,LARC also serves to build relations between students, faculty, and staffatSUNY andWHEREAS,the funds that were allocated to the ALANA Grants Acct. #726-2 and the ALANA Conference Acct. #726 sufficiently fulfilled the ALANA conference goals and andWHEREAS,without a grant from Student AssociationSenate, the LEAD Center will no be able to sponsor this event in its THEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the amountof$430 be transferred from Acct. #726 (ALANA Conf.) to an Acct. #726-1 (LARC) and the amountof$370betransferred from Acct. #726-2 (ALANA Grants) to an Acct. #726-1 (LARC) with the following breakdownoffunds: SUBMITTED BY: Student Leadership Board, LEAD Center SPONSORED BY: Unisa Barrie, Jay Lopez, Sam Reister Awards/plaques/certificates Hewitt Union setup cost Invitations/programs/decorations Refreshments (food/drinks) TOTAL SENATE ACTION Passed 26YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 7 November 1997 $700 150 300 850 $2000 11/7/17 Date Signed by President

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STUDENTASSOCXATXON COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410.. .Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session11th Meeting 10 November 1997Bill #19Funds for Okinawan Goju Ryu Karate-Do ClubWHEREAS,the Karate Club has faithfully served the Student Association for over twenty (20) years; andWHEREAS,their primary goal is to aid students in learning self-defense and discipline; andWHEREAS,the Okinawan Goju Ryu Karate-Do Club is growing in membership and the safetyofthe new membersisimportant and sparring gear and kicking pads are essential in teaching students martial arts safely without fearofinjury;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $404.50 be transferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #935 with the following breakdownoffunds:.......f",.. ':>..il"" Ten (10) oval targets@$19.99 each Two (2) hand pads (sparring)@$29.99 each Two (2) head gears (sparring)@$29.99 each Two (2) foot pads (sparring)@$29.99 each Shipping & Handling TOTALSUBMITfEDBY: Okinawan Goju Karate-Do Club SPONSORED BY: Kristen Benjamin, Matt Silvennan $199.99 59.98 59.98 59.98 25.07 $404.50 -... .. ..-!" SENATE ACTION Passed 20Y 5NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT20November 1997 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION WHEREAS,the Student Association is mandated to run an All-Campus Election; andWHEREAS,to help promote greater participation in getting candidates to run, we are establishing this time table in order to begin promoting the upcoming election season; ....,....w. '-. ).. COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 11th Meeting11November 1997www.oswego.edu/-studentaBill #20 Election Time Table(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following dates be established for the 1998 Election Season: 1 1/26/98 2/6/98 2/9/98 2/10/98 Debates: Week 1 2/11 2/13 Week 2 2/16 -2120Week32/25 Week 3 2/23 2/27Week43/2 Petitions available in the SA Office Petitions are due in theSAOffice by 12:00 p.m. Official ballot posted Candidate's meeting TBA First Candidate Debate format to be decided Second Candidate Debate -fonnatto be decided LDS/SA Candidate Debate format: Media Panel followed by Audience Questions NYPIRG Forum format: Pro/Con Debate WTOP Candidate Debate -...,...Elections: Tuesday, 3/3/98&Wednesday, 3/4/98SUBMIITEDBY: Craig Little, Election Committee Chair SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT20November 1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresident Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION -..... -COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 11th Meeting21October 1997www.oswego.edu/-studentaBill #21 Tier Upgrades(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 .....], WHEREAS,the Senate Finance Committee has metinorder to review chartersofour Tier 3&4 clubs and organizations; andWHEREAS,the Committee is required to make recommendations on all clubs or organizations wising to move from Tier 2 to a higher tier;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateoftheState UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following clubs move from Tier 2 to Tier3:Asian Student Association Biology Club Caribbean Student Association Gospel Choir Brothers and Sisters in Christ SUBMITTED BY: The Senate Finance Committee SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body >.> SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 20 November 1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresidentII/20 Date SignedbyPresident

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I'(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION'i',-.,-----------------------------:J::DJ Student Association State University at Oswego Senate33rdLegislative Session11thMeeting11November1997Bill #22Fundsfor Volleyball ClubWHEREAS,the Volleyball Club is an establishedTier1 organization;andWHEREAS,the organization needs funding for equipmentJuniformsandleague fees;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbytheStudentAssociationSenateofthe State UniversityofNewYork atOswegothat $485betransferred from Acct. #915 toanaccount tobecreated withthefollowing breakdownoffunds: Volleyball Tournament (11115/97) BallslEquipment LeaIDle Fees TOTAL$75.00200.00210.00$485.00SUBMITTEDBY: Joseph J. Padilla, Volleyball Club PresidentSPONSOREDBY:RyanTurner, Saleem Cheeks, Christian Ramsey, Alison Zarecki,SamReister SENATEACTIONPassed22Y3NOA 'VE TO @ MarkHafner,SAPresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT20November1997If/ 20 DateSignedbyPresident '.\...

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126TO:All Senators FROM: Mark Hafnerwww.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410DATE:November 19, 1997 "" ( .. : ..... s -RE: Bill #22 I would like to take this time to briefly explain my rationale for vetoing Bill #22. This bill would, in part, provide $75.00 to the Volleyball Club for reimbursement for a past tournament. The Volleyball Club submitted their bill, seeking equipment and tournament expenses, six days prior to their tournament. Thus, by the time the bill was voted on, the tournament had already happened. I feel that by granting the Volleyball Club theirtournament expenses after the tournament, we wouldbesetting a bad precedent for our other clubs and organizations.Ithas long been conventional wisdom that groups need to plan far enough ahead when submitting bills about time dated events, so that the bill couldbeconsidered before the event took place.Ifwe make an exception with one club, then how can we fairly and impartially vote against other such bills, solely because they were not submitted in the proper time. In order tobefair, we must hold all groups to the same standards.Ifwe relax our policies for one club, other groups could rightfully expect that we would do the same for them as well. The precedentofreimbursing clubs for past expenses is a dangerous one, and that is why Iamvetoing Bill #22. I would like to suggest that this billbeamended and then reconsidered, in which case I will quickly sign it into legislation.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION1... COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 12th Meeting18November 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410" -Bill #23Creationofthe NYPIRG Oversight CommitteeWHEREAS,there has been a rising concern as to how well NYPIRG (the New York Public Interest Research Group) has been upholding their contract with the Student Association; andWHEREAS,there appear to be several areasofthe mutual contract that are not being upheld on the partofNYPIRG; andWHEREAS,in order to reassure the studentsofSUNY Oswego that the Student Association is acting on their behalf;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the NYPIRG Oversight Committee be created to closely examine theNYPIRGIStudentAssociation Contract and research all areasofthe document (i.e. have documents been submitted that have been promised, etc.).BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat this committee be made upoffive (5) Student Association senators.BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat the DirectorofFinance be a part ofthis committee in an Ex-Officio capacity.BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat this committee is to issue a report to Senate by the fourth senate meetingofthe spring semester. SUBMITTED BY: Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister SENATE ACTION Failed 3Y 17NOA

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego. NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON";1/I""'" Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 12th Meeting18 Nav-enUJet997 s... Bill #24 Funds for Hockey ClubWHEREAS,the Oswego State University Hockey Club is a recognized Tier 1 organization with the Student Association; andWHEREAS,the Hockey Club invitesallstudents to participate and currently holds twenty (20) members; andWHEREAS,the Hockey Club is an organized and competitive team who has a certified coach who has donated his personal time for instruction; andWHEREAS,the Hockey Club has sought out other means for jerseys from other active organizations; andWHEREAS,the Hockey Club has at least five scheduled home games which need officiating; .,i THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the amountof$765betransferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #965 for the Hockey Club with funds to be expendedasfollows: SUBMITTED BY:LarryStroebel, Presidentofthe Hockey Club SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Craig Little, Kevin Parker, Alison Zarecki ... Five (5) home games with referees@$150 per game Equipment (pucks. water bottles) TOTAL $750.00 15.00 $765.00..j; SENATE ACTION Passed21YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 December 1997 'ece/YIbee:-q17?? Date Signed by Vice Pres dent-

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STUDENTASSOCXATXON...... COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 13th Meeting 2 December 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ..-JL Bill #25 Funds for Spring Semester Afterhours ProgramsWHEREAS,the Hewitt Union Board Activities Committee (HUBAC) is a recognized group supported partly by the Student Association,who'sgoal and purposeisto promote and provide quality entertainment and activity in the Hewitt Union; andWHEREAS,HUBAC is a student group subsidized financially (primarily) by an allocated budget awarded annually by SA.Itis a fact that 75%ofthe allocated budget for Afterhours programming has been spent during the Fall '97 semester; andWHEREAS,HUBAC is in needofadditional funds to continue its comedyseries and other Afterhours programming like: Macio, Master Lee, Tom Cotter, Singled Out, Coffeehouses, and "MO'NIQUE"; andWHEREAS,HUBAC plans to have one comedian and one novelty act, totaling two acts per month, for the monthsofFeb., Mar., and Aprilofthe Spring '98 semester;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateoftheState UniversityofNew York at Oswego that HUBAC is granted $3,000 to continue Afterhours programming for the Spring '98 semester with the following breakdown: Three (3) Novelty Acts@1,000 eachTOTALSUBMITTED BY; HUBAC SPONSORED BY; Jay Lopez, Kristen Benjamin, Gloria Toso 3000.00 $3000.00 SENATE ACTION Passed 14 YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT12December 1997 DeceA6er Date Signed by Vice Presid nt

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION -COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session14thMeeting 9 December 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410...\Bill #26 SpecialOrders Fund.s for VolleyballClub '\VHEREAS, the Volleyball Club isanestablished Tier1organization; :md\VHEREAS,the organization needs funding for equipment/uniformsandleague fees;THERE.FOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateoftheState UniversityofNew York at Oswego that$410betransferred from Acct. #915 toanaccount tobecreated with the following breakdownoffunds: BallslEquipment Lea&ue Fees TOTALSUBMITIEDBY: Joseph1. Padilia, Volleybali Club President SPONSORED BY: Salaam Cheeks, Chad Plonski200.0021O.0Q$4tO.OO.. ...... SENATE ACTION Passed 15YINOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 12 December 1997 ./I/9'ZZDate Signed by Vice President

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON..COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 14th Meeting 9 December 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 .. -.. .. Bill #27Special Orders Non-Binding Referendum SurveyWHEREAS,the Ozone dance clubisa non-alcoholic bar; andWHEREAS,the administration has maintained the ideaofpromoting a non-alcoholic environment and has not considered what students want; andWHEREAS,this is a device to measure to detennine what the student sentiment is on our campus;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following question appear on the ballot during the 1998 All-Campus Election: "Do you support the idea of serving alcohol in the Ozone?" Yes or No SUBMITTED BY: The Election Committee SPONSORED BY; Gloria Toso, Kevin Parker, Chad Plonski, Jay Lopez SENATE ACTION Passed 13Y 4NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 12 December 1997 Michael Cassidy,SAVice ULefi?&rIf/99''7 Date Signed by Vice Presid nt

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STUDENT ASSOCRATRON COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 14th Meeting 9 December 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 .. Bill #28 Funds for New Dance FloorWHEREAS,the dance floor purchased in 1970 has worn beyond repair; andWHEREAS,Blackfriars Theatre Organization, as well as many other Student Association organizations, use it; andWHEREAS,Syracuse Scenery&State Lighting has bid the lowest price,THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the amountof$2418 be transferred from Acet. #916 to Acct. #696 for the purchaseofdance floor material from Syracuse Scenery&Stageasa replacement for the current dance floor. SUBMITTED BY: Blackfriars Theatre Organization SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Sam Reister SENATE ACTION Passed11Y 4NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 28 January 1998 Mark Hafner, President Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASOCIATION COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 14th Meeting 9 December 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenra(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 -'j>ill Bill #29Creationofthe College/Community Relations Committee Mission Statement WHEREAS,prior to the 33rd Legislative Session, the College Community Relations committee had no mission statement; andWHEREAS,inorder for the committee to function properly andinaccordance with Parliamentary Procedure, the creationofsuch a mission statementisdeemed necessary; andWHEREAS,the ratificationofthe mission statement would set the standards for which thee.e.R.e.could successfully deal with the issues that it is charged to handle;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following mission statement be ratified as the acting formoflegislation for the committee.The Colle2e/Community Relations Committee Mission StatementI.II.APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS A. The membersoftheS.A.e.e.R.e.shall consistofthe membersofthe senate that have been delegated to the responsibility.B.TheS.A.e.e.R.e.shallbelead by a chairperson that has been rightfully voted on by the senate. C. Students, faculty, administrators, community members may all attend theS.A.e.c.R.c.meetings however they may not vote on issues. DUTIES OF THE OFFICERS A. All appointed senators are required to attend all meetingsoftheS.A.c.c.R.e.B.All On-Campus Senators will report to their respective halls onallbusiness thatisdeemed public at meetings. C. Off-Campus Senators will need to utilize a portionofthe time spent in the S.A. office to research and fulfill duties required by theS.A.C.c.R.e.D.Inthe eventofabsence, senators should send a proxy who would act on behalf of that particular individual and retain their voting power. E. It willbethe responsibilityofthe chairperson to conduct each meeting and delegate responsibilities accordingly.F.Itshall be the responsibilityofthe membersofthe S.A.C.C.R.C. to recruit as many studentrepresentatives that will be considered voting members no later than the third meeting.

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..-...III. RESPONSffiILITIES OF THE COMMITfEE A. The S.A.C.C.R.C. shall investigate the current statusofthe college and the communityasto how they interact with each other.B.The committee will focus primarily on students and their issues. 1. Housing for both On-Campus and Off-Campus students2.Expenses for students 3. College activities at Oswego4.StudentIFaculty/Community Relations 5. Support Services (Dining, Auxiliary, etc.)C.The committee will report its fmdings before the Senate at weekly Student Association meetings. D. The committee will examine the Student Association itself and report on the statusofmajor areas. 1. S.A. representation to the student body2.View operationsofcurrent organizations and their role in the community.3.Examine S.A.' s own internal operations and how it reaches out to the community. E. The committee will make recommendations and act accordingly on improving the welfareofthe SUNY Oswego Campus IV. DELEGATION OF RESPONSffiILITIES A. When deemed necessary, theS.A.c.c.R.C.will meet to discuss important issues that may be considered controversial.B.Itwill be the responsibilityofthe committee to mediate any dispute that arises in the formofan ad-hoc committee.C.Any incident regarding a situation that is unresolved mustbevoted onbythe Senate body members. V. SUB-COMMIITEES A. Should a situation arise that reveals a complex arrayofissues, than power shall be vestedintheS.A.C.c.R.c.to create an ad-hoc committee.B.Two (2) established ad hoc committees shall include the following: 1. Student Relations a. The S.R. committee will be charged with the responsibilityofmonitoring college relations with the student body.b.These meetings will include a majorityofstudent members and two (2) senators. c. The sub-committees will investigate matters and report back to the S.A.C.C.R.C. withinone(1)month or thirty (30) days from the beginningofthe investigation. 2. Student Association Relations a. The S.A. committee will examine the internal structureofthe Student Association and report on its findings.b.The goalofthe committee willbeto determineifthe S.A. is maintaining an effective working relationship with the student body and the community.c.The comittee shall consistoftwo (2) senators and a maximumofeight (8) students.d.The committee will report back to theS.A.C.c.R.c.within one(1)monthofits launch.C.The committees shall be granted freedomofoperation from the S.A.C.C.R.C. to investigate any matters, which would provide information for the committee. VI. The establishmentofthe Student Association College/Community Relations Committee shall take effect immediately upon ratification and approvalofthe Mission Statement.

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-VII. Amendments to the Mission Statement must brought before the Senate andbeapproved by a two-thirds (2/3) vote. SUBMITTED BY: Senator Jay Lopez, C.C.R.C. Chairperson SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister ..'"'...... SENATE ACITON Passed 15YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 28 January 19981/2 g//7 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATIONM-'!"'" COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 14th Meeting 9 December 1997www.oswego.edu/-studenm(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ... Bill #30 Special Orders Payroll Transfer Within Intramural&RecreationWHEREAS,the officeofIntramural&Recreation employs forty (40) students; andWHEREAS,LeeHall is open to students for ninety (90) plus hours a week, and the pool is open thirty-five (35) hours a week; andWHEREAS,the OfficeofIntramural&Recreation has a biweekly payrollofover $3,000; andWHEREAS,eighteen (18) different intramural sports are offered to the students; andWHEREAS,the 1997 1998 budget allocated less funds into payroll accounts then the previous year; andWHEREAS,the hoursofoperations increased over the last year;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $12,000 be transferred from Acct. #472 to be placed in the following accounts: $3,000 to Acet. #476 for office assistants $4,000 to Acet. #475 for lifeguardsofSpring '98 $4,000 to Acet. #474 for officials $1.000 to Acet. $473 for awards $12,000 SUBMITTED BY: Michael Lyons, Treasurer, Intramural Recreation Association SPONSORED BY: Kristen Benjamin, Ryan Turner, Gloria Toso,Sam.Reister SENATE ACTION Passed 14 YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT12December 1997 Michael Cassidy:sAVieePreSidIltDece/1:zbeeII If!":? Date Signed by Vice Presitlent

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Bill #31FundsforBSUDinnerStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 14th Meeting19December 1997202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATION l.. : /"-------------------------;aJ . '-..WHEREAS,BSU will be hosting our 27th annual formal dinner on February28,1998;andWHEREAS,due to financial restraints we are requesting additional monetary support; andTHEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $5000 be transferred from Acct. #915 to the BSU events Acct. #663 with the following breakdown for the dinner:WHEREAS,the dinner is in Black History Month, and the purposeofthis dinner is to promote social and cultural interaction in the interestofdiversity on the college campus; andWHEREAS,the dinner is open to all students who pay theirSAfee, and serves as the closing ceremony for Black History Month; andWHEREAS,the Black Student Union dinner budget is only $3450.00, and the Black Student Union is also working very hard with other clubs and organizations to make this dinner successful; .-.>I"'" .Ji>...."t Entertainment Food Decorations Miscellaneous Items TOT AL FOR DINNER $13,000.00 5,000.00 1,200.00 500.00 $19,700.00 SUBMITTED BY: Chris Smith, President, BSU SPONSORED BY: Kristen Benjamin, Saleem Cheeks, Unisa Barrie, Ryan Turner, Gloria Toso, Sam Reister, Jay Lopez, Brad Glodowsky, Megan McCabe SENATE ACTION Passed 15YONOAMark Hafner, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 28 January 1998 Date Signed by President

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. t" COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON ...... "-.. 202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126 www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 3 February 1998-Bill #32FundsforPsychologyClubConferenceWHEREAS,the Psychology Club hasjustrecently become a Student Association organization last semester; andWHEREAS,one purpose for the Psychology club is to bring membersofall majors together for the annual meetingofthe Eastern Psychological Association Conference; and l ," WHEREAS,the Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) Conference is where psychology majors, graduate students, professors, and presenters come together to present recent studies, lecture on psychological issues, and meet people from around the country with like interests; andWHEREAS,this year, the EPA Conference is being heldinBoston,MAon the datesofFebruary 26 March1,1998. Since theEPAConference is inBoston,the trip is going to cost over $150 per student. AsofJanuary 26, 1998, there are twelve (12) students who have shown interest in participatingintheEPAConference, but $150 per student will put undue financial burden on those attending; andWHEREAS,the Psychology Department is paying for transportation and gas, and the students are already paying for their food and miscellaneous expenses, the Psychology Club is asking for help in paying for the registration and hotel fees;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $240be transferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #963 to send twelve studentstoattend the EPA Conference in Boston,MAwith the following breakdownoffunds: Registration Fee 12@$20 $240.00 Date Signed by President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT11February 1998 SENATE ACTION Passed 14Y6NOASUBMITTED BY: Psychology Club SPONSORED BY: Sanl Reister, Alison Zarecki, Jay Lopez, Gloria Toso lit

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202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126 ...Itr-" COLLEGE lIT OSWEGO(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaBill #33 AdditionalFundsforSAPB CinevisionsStudent Association State UniversityatOswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 3 February 1998STUDENT ASSOCIATION ......WHEREAS,Student Association Program Board (SAPB) Cinevisions isanexecutive committee supported completely bytheStudent Association (SA),who'sgoal is to educate and entertain the college community by meansofnontheatrical filmsand increase activity in the Hewitt Union; and ., WHEREAS,SAPB Cinevisions is a student group subsidized fmancially byanallocated budget awarded annually by SA. It is a fact that 85%ofthe allocated budget for nontheatrical films has been spent during the Fall '97 semester; andWHEREAS,SAPB Cinevisionsisin needofadditional fundstocontinue its film series which includes films such as:Scream2,Titanic, The Jackal, The Devil' s Advocate,andSoul Food;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate of the State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that SAPB is granted $1,200 to continue its fIlm series for the Spring '98 semester. Two Motion Picture Companies&Price Listings for Rental, Shipping,&Handling .Swank Motion Pictures -10films including shipping&handling Jan 29-31 Kiss the Girls $633.00 Feb 5-7 Eve's Bayou 708.00 Feb 26-28 The Jackal 608.00Mar19-21The Devil's Advocate 608.00Mar26-28 I Know What You Did Last Summer 648.00 Apr 2-4 Scream 2 783.00 Apr 9-11 Tomorrow Never Dies 643.35 Apr 16-18 Jackie Brown 633.00 Apr 23-25 Amistad 733.00 Apr 30-May 2 Titanic 783.00 .... Criterion Pictures Two Films including shipping&handling Feb 12-14 Money Talks 516.00________ .... 835.00TOTAL$8131.35 SUBMITTED BY: Rosanna Troncoso, SAPB Cinevisions Chairperson SPONSORED BY: Craig Little, Alison Zarecki,JayLopez, Ryan Turner, Gloria Toso

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. .... ... .... Bill #33 SENATE ACTION Passed 19YONlADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT11February 1998 Page 2 Mark Hafner, President Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION-..I"" COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 .. .At... -Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 17th Meeting 10 February 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.33.10.1] Amendment to [SLE.33.10] Student Association Senate Legislation Format WHEREAS,the previous bill to add line numbers to the formatofall Student Association bills neglected to mention the other formsofSenate legislation, such as resolutions, executive orders, and special orders; andWHEREAS,these other formsoflegislation are just as crucial as the aforementioned bills and can be equallyascomplex; andWHEREAS,these formsoflegislation need to be treated in the same manner asallother formsofStudent Association Senate legislation;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that all formsoflegislation, including bills, resolutions, special orders, and executive orders, from the dateofthis bill be modified to include the line numbers on the left hand column.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat this format be applied toallpast legislationofthe Student Association SUBMITTED BY: Senator Jay Lopez, Seneca Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: The Body ........." ". SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT18February 1998 Mark Hafner, President Date Signed by President

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edul-smdentaSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON... ..202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY13126 .....""" COLLEGEATOSWEGOStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 3 February 1998 ..-. ." Bill #34Jazz Festival SupportWHEREAS,State Singers and Solid State perform ten (10) to fifteen (15) on-campus concerts and eight (8) to twelve (12) off-campus concerts per year; andWHEREAS,through these concerts the State Singers and Solid State act as "campus ambassadors" for SUNYOswego, thereby bolstering the campus' image and prestige in which we have great pride; andWHEREAS,in the past fourteen (14) years Solid State/State Singers have regularly participated in budgeted jazz festivals suchas:Morrisville Intercollegiate Jazz Festival ('84)('97)('90)('94) Cleveland, OR, Tri-C Jazz Festival ('90)('96) Villanova Jazz Festival ('91) University of Northern Colorado at Greeley Jazz Festival ('94)WHEREAS,these two groups, once again, have been invited to attend the largest intercollegiate jazz festival in the U.S. at the UniversityofNorthern Colorado; andWHEREAS,to attend this festival these groups will require funds beyond the budgeted amount to cover thecosts associated with transportation; $1000 600 200 UMO Acct. #654 UMO Acct. #654 UMO Acct. #654THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that the following transfers be approved: FromUMOAcct. #652 to From Solid State Acct. #646toFrom Solid State Acct. #649 to .. -BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat $3000 be transferred from Acct. #915 to UMO Acct. #654 to bring total in Acct. #654 to $8000 to cover the costofthe bus for the trip.BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat any fundraisers that may occur net profits that cause Acct. #654 to go above $8500 will be returned to Acct. #915. ,"" SUBMITIED BY: Anthony Wattie, Solid State/State Singers Treasurer Danielle Gottuso, Solid State/State Singers Business Manager SPONSORED BY: Alison Zarecki, Brad Goldowsky, Sam Reister, Keon John, Ryan Turner, Saleem Cheeks, Unisa Barrie, Jay Lopez, Amanda Friedl

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.. ... .. .,... .. Bi1l#34SENATE ACTION Passed 19YINOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT11February 1998 Page 2 MarkHafner, President DateSignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON,..... COLLEGEATOSWEGO -/ 202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126 www.oswego.edul-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 3 February 1998Bill#35NYPIRG ReferendumWHEREAS,the fundingofthe New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG)ismandated by student referendum; andWHEREAS,NYPIRG's present contract states that a campus-wide referendum determining NYPIRG's funding must occur every two (2) years; andWHEREAS,a referendum was last put before the Oswego student body during the campus-wide electionsof1996;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following referendum question be placed on the ballot for the 1998 campus-wide elections: ... Do you wish to continuetosupport a chapteroftheNewYork Public Interest research Group (NYPIRG)atits current leveloffundingofthree (3)dollars per student per semester? SUBMITTED BY: Mike Toepp SPONSORED BY: Craig Little, Sam Reister, Amanda Friedl, Gloria Toso, Ryan Turner, Kristen Benjamin, Jay Lopez.. SENATE ACTION Passed General ConsentYesNo Mark Hafner, President ... .., DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT11February 1998 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON COLLEGE iIT OSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego,NY13126 ... ..Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 17th Meeting 10 February 1998www.oswego.edu/-scudenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 fr . SpecialOrdersBill #36 StudentArtExhibition Committee ReinstatementtoTier3WHEREAS,the constitutionofthe StudentArtExhibition Committeewasreturned to the Committee for clarificationafterthelastmeetinginDecemberandthe Committee, accordingtoprocedures spelled out in the Constitution itself,couldnotmeet to amend the ConstitutionpriortoFebruary2,1998,andthus could not present it for reconsideration bytheSupreme CourtpriortoFebruary3;andWHEREAS,the amendments were madeatthe earliest possible timeandthe Constitution resubmitted immediately;andWHEREAS,the Student Art Exhibition Committee provides supportforthe exhibition programs at Tyler Art Gallery; andWHEREAS,TylerAftGallery presents a programoftwelve exhibitions each year, including the juried student show which is. open to allSUNYOswegostudentsandwas attendedin1997by2,196 viewers;andWHEREAS,the attendance at Gallery exhibitions and functionsisconsistently high, averaging 250 people per opening and, for 1996-97,anannualattendance of 18,487studentsandothervisitors;andWHEREAS,the Student Association traditionally contributes funding forupto four exhibitions each year, andisa sourceofmajor supportforgallery programming;andWHEREAS,the Student Art Exhibition Committee plays an important role in the selectionofexhibitions tobeshown;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork at Oswego that the Student Art Exhibition Committeebereinstated at Tier 3 level.DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT11February 1998 ... SUBMITTED BY:SPONSOREDBYSENATEACTION Passed20YONOAThe Student Art Exhibition Committee Craig Little, Amanda Friedl, Jay Lopez, Alison Zarecki, Abigail Ritter Mark Hafner, President 'toL //// DateSignedbyPresident

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<.STUDENT ASSOCIATION COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126 www.oswego.edu/-scudenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ........ ,... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 17th Meeting 10 February 1998StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.33.37]CreationoftheSenate Legislation DatabaseWHEREAS,President Mark Hafnerofthe 33rd legislative session issued an executive order [EXO.33.4] which called for the creationofa legislative database; andWHEREAS,this task has been designated to Senator Jay Lopez from Seneca Hall; andWHEREAS,in order for the database to be compliant with S.A. regulations, it is deemed necessary that the current formatofour bills be modified to a new system; andWHEREAS,the system format that has been approved by the president would include a three letter code and four digit number, where EXO would be executive order, SLE Senate Legislation, RES resolution; andWHEREAS,the new format would enable the database project to continue successfully, and eventually be integrated with our World Wide Web Page upgrade [EXO.33.5];THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego thatallbill formats from the dateofthis bill, be modified to include the new format in brackets immediately proceeding the words "Student Association" .BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat this format be applied toallpast legislationofthe Student Association. SUBMITTED BY: Senator Jay Lopez, Seneca Hall SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT18February 1998 Mark Hafner, President 2-/18B Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON<1"'. COLLEGEATOSWEGO 202HewittUnionSUNYOswego, NY 13126 www.oswego.edu/-studenta (315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 .... ... ". Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 17th Meeting 10 February 1998Special Orders Bill #39 Ontarian ReinstatementtoTier 3 WHEREAS,the Ontarian Yearbook staff has been dedicated to the StateofNew York at Oswego since 1919; andWHEREAS, during the past seventy-six years, the staff has worked hard to provide a pictorial historyofeach school year in a yearbook; andWHEREAS,the yearbook includes students, faculty, events, sports, and student life in Oswego; andWHEREAS,the staff consistsoflayout, photography, copy, and business and is responsible for their own duties and to stay in communication with the restofthe staff to meet all deadlines set by the publisher and the editor-in chief; andWHEREAS,the purposeofthe Ontarian Yearbook is for the graduating and undergraduate students to remember their college years; andWHEREAS,due to the miscommunication between the yearbook staff and the SA Supreme Court, the Ontarian is being dropped to Tier 2 status; andWHEREAS,the Ontarian has a $23,594 publishing account, whichiflost, would mean that the yearbook would either not be published or would cost students approximately $100;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the Ontarian Yearbook be kept at Tier 3 status. SUBMITTED BY: The Ontarian Yearbook Staff SPONSORED BY Kristen Benjamin, Gloria Toso SENATE ACTION Passed 17Y 3NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT11February 1998 Mark Hafner, President Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCRATRON ... 'f""'" COLLEGE fIT OSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 17th Meeting 10 February 1998www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410f'SpecialOrdersBill #40 UMO, StateSingers, Solid State,ChamberSingersReinstatementtoTier3 .... WHEREAS,the organizations that make up UMO (United Music Organization), Concert Band, College Community Orchestra, College Choir, Chamber Singers, Festival Chorus, Solid State, StateSingers, and the Jazz Lab Band annually give over thirty-five performances on campus for an audienceofover 10,000; andWHEREAS,these organizations have been loyal, active, supportive membersofthe Student Association for over twenty-five years; and .. .. WHEREAS,the Student Association has invested over $1,500,000 in music instruments, equipment, insurance and supportive services in the development and implementationofthe above organizations; andWHEREAS,these ensembles would be virtually incapableofperforming ever again (without the supportofthe Student Association) becauseofthe financial resources necessary for music, instrument/equipment purchasemaintenance--repair, concert expenses (i.e. staging, lighting, advertising, rental fees, janitorial/maintenance expenses); andWHEREAS,the constitution and charter revision processofthe past six months has been convoluted, erratic in its documentation, and riddled with confusing/contradictory data; andWHEREAS,this has resulted in the lossoftier status for UMO and threeofits members; and \. WHEREAS,all current paperwork has now been updated and revised;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that UMO, Solid State, State Singers, and Chamber Singers be reinstatedtotheir previous tier levels and allowed ongoing useofthe rights and resources commensurate to membership in the Student Association. Date Signed by President DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT11February 1998 SUBMITTED BY: Danielle Gottuso, UMO Business Manager SPONSOREDBYBrad Goldowsky, Abigail Ritter,Unis.Barrie,SamReister, ,/ Jay Lopez I! SENATE ACTION VI, !Passed 19YINOAMark Hafner, President 2/11/481

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edul-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGE lIT OSWEGO J ',..,-, STUDENT ASSOCIATION7" Student Association State UniversityatOswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 17th Meeting 10 February 1998Student Association Bill [SLE.33.41] Funds for Honors Student Council WHEREAS,SUNY Oswego's Honors Program represents 215 students; andWHEREAS,SUNY Oswego's Honors Program has again been invited to attend the Northeast National Collegiate Honors Council Annual Conference, tobeheld in Washington, DC from Friday, March17to Sunday, March 29, 1998; and .. WHEREAS,the purposeofthis conference is to interact with honors students from other schools and to learn about other honors programs, which provides ideas for the betteringofthe program in both the academic and social aspect; andWHEREAS,this will increase the levelofeducation and effectivenessofthe program, which benefits both honors students and prospective students applying to Oswego; and ,..... WHEREAS,this year's conference will be more expensive than previous conferences, costing $115 per student and $110 each night per room;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that $15begranted to the Honors Student Council from Acct. #915 with the following breakdownoffunds:..Registration fee: four @ $115 Hotel Cost: one room for three nights @$110 TOTAL Less other income TOTAL $460.00 330.00 $790.00 775.00 $15.00 SUBMITTED BY: Honors Student Council SPONSORED BY: Gloria Toso SENATE ACTION Passed 15Y 5NOAMark Hafner, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT18February 1998 Date Signed by President

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-smdentaStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 18th Meeting17February 1998202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO..STUDENT ASSOCXATXON....'!"'----------------------------J,g.., ...Bill #42TransferWithin HUBAC forWinterFestWHEREAS,HUBAC was themainsponsor and coordinatorofWinterFest '98 (a campus wide annual event); andWHEREAS,HUBAC was allocated $4,500 as a budget for programming for WinterFest '98; andWHEREAS,HUBAC assisted ten groups in presenting and facilitating exciting events like Mountain Hot Spring Hot Tub, Clyde Peeling's Reptiland, and Fun Flicks; andWHEREAS,the total costofWinterFest exceeded the total amount allocated by $1,500.40, thus funds in the HUBAC budget need tobetransferred from one account to another;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateoftheState UniversityofNew York at Oswego that HUBACbeallowed to transfer $1,314 from Acct. #821 and $186.40 from Acct. #824 to Acct. #822 for a total transferof$1,500.40. SUBMTInEDBY: HUBACSPONSORED BY:CraigLittle, Kristen Benjamin,Gl:aToso / /"/ SENATE ACTION Passed 20YONOAMark Hafner, President...DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 26 February 1998 Date Signed by President



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, J ",. STUDENTASSOCIATIONSTATEUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEATOSWEGO33rdLEGISLATIVESESSION1997-98:MARKHAFNER,PRESIDENT t MICHAELCASSIDY,VICEPRESIDENT t MOLLYCASEY,DIRECTOROFFINANCE ,.A

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STUDENTASSOCXATXON COLLEGEATOSWEGO202 HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126 www.oswego.edu/-studentaExecutive Order #1(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ..p l' .. WHEREAS,during the 1996-97 schoolyear,thefonner S.A. administration effectively banned Greek from useof S.A. vans, citing exclusionary clause lIIB in the Administration Policyonthe UseofState-Owned and Privately-Owned Vehicles for Official University Business(enclosed).This decision regarding Greek letter organizations was made while still allowing other non S.A. affiliated groups and organizations to continue to use the vans; andWHEREAS,in a strict interpretationofclause IIIB, any student organizations whichare not directly supportedbythe university would not be allowedto use the vans. This would mean that no student organizations (Greek, non-Greek, S.A.ornon-S.A. supported) would be allowed to use the vans purchasedbythe students.Itismyinterpretation that in this case, a state policy has unfortunately been taken outofcontext for the sole purposeofdiscriminating against Greek letter organizations; andWHEREAS,after much careful review and consideration, I have concluded this decision is a prohibited discriminatory practice, in violationoftheSUNYOswego Discrimination Policy."SUNYOswego prohibits anyfonnofbehavior that singles out an individualorgroup for the purposeofundennining their racial, cultural and religious heritage."(1996-97Student Handbook for Student Conduct, Judicial Code, College Policies, and Residence Hall Rules and Regulations, p.51.) ;THEREFORE BE IT ORDEREDthat effective immediately, all registered student organizations will have access to the Student Association vans.Morespecifically, registered Greek organizations will be allowed to use the S.A. vans for the purposeofshowcasing their organizations to other membersofthe college community, (i.e. "rushes" and "smokers") as long as they are open to allSUNYOswego students freeofcharge, and special accommodations are made for any physically disabled students who wish to attend. All other S.A. van rules and stipulations are also applicable, as they would be to any groupororganization that rents the S.A. vans .. ..?/1//7 Date

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON COLLEGEATOSWEGO202Hewitt Union SUNY Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studema(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410.. )WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,i )';.,;i Executive Order #2Student programming is crucial to ensuring a vibrant campus; and the Student Association's last programming group, theProgramPolicy Board,didnot receive any funding this year, thus effectively disablingitfromfurther programming: and the Student Association mustplayacloser roleindeveloping and promotingourStudent Association programming, and needs to take an active interestinsupporting programmingonthis campus;THERE BE IT ORDEREDthattheStudent AssociationProgrammingBoard, hereinafter referredtoas SAPB,becreated as an Executive Committee and shallbestructured as follows:Student Association Programming Board Executive Committee Procedures and By-Laws 1. ,.Article I NameThis Executive Committee shallbeknown asTheStudent Association ProgrammingBoardofthe State UniversityofNewYorkatOswego.Article II Purpose..The all-campus Student Association Programming Board shallberesponsible for presentingmajorprograms such as concerts, lectures, films and festivalsandshall strive in every way to serve the interestsofourdiverse student body, presenting activitiesofbothan educational and social nature. .. Article III MembershipThis Executive Committee shall be open to all fee paying studentsofSUNYOswego.Thecommittee chairs shall energetically, throughout the year, pursue additional ; members through campus wide postings and advertisements .. 4 Article IV LocationTheStudent Association Programming Board shall have its office locatedin .: room203 in the Student Association complex .

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. i. Article V DirectorThe Student Association President will act as the DirectorofThe Student Association Programming Board. The President may, at his/her discretion, appoint an Executive Director to the Programming Board who shall sit on the Student Association Executive Board and shall act as a liaison between the Programming Board and The President.Article VI Committees .... The Programming Board shall be comprisedoffour committees: Lectures, Concerts, Cinevisions and Special Events .Article VI, Section 1 DutiesofSAPB Concerts Committee ..The SAPB Concerts Committee shall be established to oversee the planning, organization, promotion and executionofSAPB concerts. The Concert Committee shall be expected to hold at least one concert during the fall semester and one concert in the spring semester in addition to traditional concert events such as "The Final Explosion," "Mayday," and "Dirt Day." The Concert Committee may hold more concert events as time, space and finances permit. The Concert Committee shall pay special attention to the diversityofthe student body and shall make every effort to ensure an eclectic concert lineup that will appeal to as many students as humanly possible .. Article VI, Section 2 DutiesofSAPB Lectures Committee ....... The SAPB Lectures Committee shall be established to oversee the planning, organization, promotion andexecutionofSAPB speaking engagements. The Lectures Committee shall create stimulating programming events that will interest students and the surrounding community. The Lectures Committee shall hold at least two major lectures throughout the year that will appeal to a large general audience, as well as a varietyofsmaller lectures, workshops, forums and debates throughout the school year. The Lectures Committee shall use their budget to initiate programming and not merely to disperse funding to other organizations. The SAPB Cinevisions Committee shall be established to oversee the planning, organization, promotion and executionofSAPB fl1ms tobeplayed weekly in the Ruth Steeper Auditorium in Hewitt Union. The Cinevisions Committee shall pay special attention to the diversityofcinematic interests on this campus and shall produce a movie lineup that recognizes as many cultures and backgrounds as possible., .. Article VI, Section 3 Article VI, Section 4 DutiesofSAPB Cinevisions Committee DutiesofSAPB Special Events Committee ... The SAPB Special Events Committee shall be established to oversee the planning, organization, promotion, and executionofSAPB sponsored special events such as "The Final Explosion," "Dirt Day," and "May Day." The SAPB Special Events Committee shall work in conjunction with SAPB Concerts Committee to provide supporting events for "The Final Explosion," at the endofthe fall semester. During the Spring Semester, The SAPB Special Events Committee shall be responsible for coordinating all games, events and activities for May Day. The SAPB special events committee shall be further responsible for acquiring a venue to hold the annual Dirt Day festival as well as to secure food, buses and tickets for the festival .2

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.;.Article VII CommitteeChairsEach committee shall have a chairperson who is selected through an application process, with an announcement made to the entire campus. Committee Chairs are volunteer, non-paid positions, but Chairpersons may receive GST credit for their work through the officeofexperienced based education.Article VII, Section 1 DutiesandResponsibilities Chairpersons shall be responsible for conducting recruitment campaigns for members, organizing information for the committee to review, and overseeing the workofthe committee in selecting, organizing and executing programs and activities .Article VII, Section 2AppointmentsandDismissalsCommittee Chairs will be appointed, evaluated, and may be dismissed by the Student Association President. All Committee Chairperson appointments shall be confirmed by the Senateofthe Student Association. The Senate shall also be notified by the President in the event that any Chairpersons are dismissed, and the President shall give a brief explanationofthe reason(s) for any dismissals to the Senate body. The termofoffice shall coincide with the school year, with Committee Chairs for the next academic year being selected by the President no later than the third Wednesday in April. Committee chair elects will not take office officially until June1,however, during this time they will work closely with the current year chairs in learning their position. Committee Chairs may, and should, begin planning fall programming immediately after taking office June1...Article VII, Section 3TermofOffice ArticleVIIIMeetings .. Each committee shall meet at least once a month with announcementsofsuch meetings posted campus wide. The President and/or Executive Director shall also meet at least once a month with the four Committee Chairs .Article IX RoleofSA Communications OfficeThe Student Association Communications Department shall assist Committee Chairs in publicizing SAPB events. This shall include writing press releasesonmajor SAPB events and assisting in the graphical layout and designofposters.Article XAdvisor..The Assistant DirectorofCampus Life for Student Activities shall act as the primary advisor to the Student Association Programming Board and shall meet with the President and Chairsona regular basis. The advisor shall act as a resource regarding contracts, talent, facilities, detailsofthe program and professional affiliation, and will further be a resource regarding organizational issues.3

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ArticleXIAmendments ... These procedures and by-laws may be amended by the PresidentofThe Student AssociationofThe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego at any time via an Executive Order presented to the Senate .o,{ ...1. .. ,...j,Ai...... Mark Hafner,SAPresident4 1/27/07 Date

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STUDENT ASSOCHATHON .' .. COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaExecutiveOrder#3(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410.. ,oJ. WHEREAS,there is currently no comprehensive index or organizational system available for researching past bills, andWHEREAS,the creationofsuch a database would allow S.A. senators, officers and the campus at large to easily access relevant bills and resolutions, andWHEREAS,it is important that only one person perform this task to prevent different interpretationsofthe subjectsofthese bills, andWHEREAS,there is no such funding available for this task and it would be more cost effective to give course credit for this work;THEREFORE BEITORDEREDthat in accordance with Bill#6ofthe 33rd Legislative Session that a three (3) credit upper divisionGSTinternshipbeoffered for the Spring '98 semester, through the OfficeofExperience Based Education, for the purposeofcreating a computerized databaseofall prior bills, resolutions and executive orders., .... .... Date

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STUDENT ASSOCRATRON COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego,NY 13126www.oswego.edu/-studemaExecutive Order #4(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ........ --WHEREAS,the World Wide Web is becoming oneofthe leading sources for Americans to access infonnation; andWHEREAS,our current World Wide Web page is rather basic and primitive; andWHEREAS,byimproving the amount and qualityofthe infonnation we presentonour home page, as well as its aesthetic appearance we can beofgreater service to our constituents and community; andWHEREAS,there is currently no such funding available for this task and it wouldbemore cost effective togive course credit for this work;THEREFORE BE IT ORDEREDthat a three (3) credit upper division GST internship be offered for the Spring '98 semester, through the OfficeofExperience Based Education, for the purposeofredesigning, updating and maintaining the Student Association web site located at www.oswego.edul-studenta.,. .. .. .. .. .. Mark Hafner,SAPresident Date

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STUDENTASSOCKATKON COLLEGE lIT OSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 1st Meeting 7 May 19971.CalltoOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgendawww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410.-.. ;......,. 4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive ReportsMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice PresidentShannonWhitney, EquestrianTeamJen Parkinson, BiGALA6.FinanceReportC.A. Foehser, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports8.SpecialOrdersBill #3, Bill #49.NewBusiness Bill #1, Bill #2 10. PublicCommentandAnnouncements .... 11.Adjournment.. '..

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenra202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCHATHON'-------------------------------::::Jll StudentAssociation State UniversityatOswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session2ndMeeting 9 September 1997AGENDA' .. 1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call . 3.ApprovalofAgenda ,.. 4.Executive ReportsMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President Christine Barry, NYPIRG5.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance .6.OldBusiness Bill #1, Bill #2 .. 7.NewBusiness Bill #5, Bill #68.PublicCommentandAnnouncements9.Adjournment

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202HewittUnion .SUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCiATiON... .....I ....StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate33rdLegislativeSession2ndMeetingSeptember9,1997Minutes..The2ndMeetingofthe33rdLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:52p.m.withthirteensenatorspresent.SenatorLittlewithdrewBill#5-Budget&TierProcessUpgrade-fromtheagenda,thentheagendawasapproved.President'sReport ..... Hafnerdiscussedprogrammingformoremoviesonthecollegetelevisionstation,WTOP Aguestspeaker,JoePistioni, 1S scheduledtocometoSUNYOswego'scampusonNovember22nd. ...,. FallconcerthasbeenscheduledforOctober10th,inLakerHall.TheconcertwillbegivenbyTheRefugeeAll-StarsandWyclef.OnFridaySeptember12ththeStudentAssociationissponsoringapizzafest,ontheGrassyNole.Therewillberefreshments,pizzaserved,anditwillbeanalldayevent.ThiseventistopromoteSAtonewstudents.OnMondaySeptember15th,therewillbeanInvolvementFair,beingheldinHewittUnionBallroomfrom10-4.Thisfairistointroduceallclubstonewandoldstudents. ... Bill#39-BlueLights-thereneedstobea newbillpassedinordertogettomoneyfrompastyears.Incaseofaneed,ifmoneynotspenttheyearbeforeabillmustbepassedtotryandreceivemoneyforproperuse.Bill#6-AdditionalCopyofSALegislation-wouldlikearequestof$600totypebillsondisk.Executiveorder#l-Greekvanuse.TheavailabilityforGreekorganizationstouseSAvanshasbeenreversed,andnowGreekorganizationscanuseSAvansfortheirfunctions.Thecostof ..

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vanusefornon-SAorganizationshasrisen. "Vice-President'sReport .. .. ... CassidydiscussedthewhereaboutofthenextSenatemeeting,6:30p.m.107LaniganHall.AlsotherewillbeSenateTrainingonSeptember27th.ChristineBarry-programcoordinatorofNYPIRG.Shediscusseda feweventsdevelopingwithherorganization.BusinessSign-ons,thisisatypeofadvertisingforthebusinessandorganizationsbeinginvolved.Theorganizationswillingtoarrangeafundraiserwouldbeabletocontributetoabusinesssign-on.Thebusinessdonatessomethingtotheorganization,agiftcertificate,couponsforpercentagesoffgoods,theorganizationrafflesthemoff.Theresultisthebusinessreceivesnewcustomers,andsomewhatcostlessadvertising,whiletheorganizationisabletoraisemoney.OthereventsareToxicTourPlans,tourstoshowpeoplethehazardoftheenvironment.ConstitutionalConventionPlan-helpingstudentsregisterthemselvestovote.FinanceReportCaseyintroducedhertwonewassistants,AudraSmithandCarmieceGraves.Account#915-Balance$15,000-ClubsTier1,specialevents.Account#916-Balance$7,000-FixedAssets-usedforimprovementofSAvans,andambulances.OldBusinessBill#l-ElectionLaw-reformtolater-committeeprocedureoffinance.Bill#2-FundsfortheNamesproject-sponsoredbySenatorGoldowsky.DiscussedtheneedtosupportSAevents.SenatorReisteryieldedtoStark.Shediscussedwhatthemoneywillbeusedfor,sponsoringtheBiGALAevent.Itincludesopeningandclosingceremonies.Thiseventistounifythecampus.Everyoneiswelcome.Goldowsky-Amendmenttotakefundsfromaccount#915andtransfertoaccount#667(BiGALAEvents).Bill#2secondedandpassed.Vote-13for,0against.NewBusiness ,Bill#6-AdditionalCopyofSALegislation-sponsorsSenatorsGoldowskyandReister-discussandvoteonnextweek ,.

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--.. PublicCommentandAnnouncementsSenatorBenjaminstressedtheimportanceofBill#6.".... .. ;.... Wassenaerwelcomedeveryoneback.Announcedaninternationalconferenceonterrorismbeingheld.AlsotherewillbeaGlobalEnergyConferenceSeptember10thMeetingadjournedat7:22p.m

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION.,.------------------------------:ill,....... StudentAssociation State UniversityatOswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session3rdMeeting 16 September 1997 ,... IAGENDA ..'".. ( ... .'.. r I.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approvalof Agenda4.Approvalof Minutes5.Executive ReportsMarkHafner, President State of the Association Address Mike Cassidy, Vice President Christine Barry, NYPIRG6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.Special Orders Bill#88.OldBusiness Bill#69.NewBusiness Bill #5, Bill #710.PublicCommentandAnnouncementsII.Adjournment .. ..

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION...-..------------------------------.:11.1... StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate33rdLegislativeSession3rdMeetingSeptember16,1997MinutesThe3rdMeetingofthe33rdLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:40p.m.witheighteensenatorspresent.Agendaandminuteswereapproved.President'sReport .. (HafnerdiscussedtherewardingturnoutofthepizzafestheldonFridaySeptember12th.Healsoexpressedtheinvolvementfair'ssuccessfulrunning.Eventhoughthere muchtrafficthroughtheballroomitwasstillbeneficialtoallorganizations.StateoftheAssociationAddresswillbeputoffuntilnextweeksmeetingTicketsforTheRefugeeAll-StarsandWyclefconcertinOctoberwillbeonsalewithinaweek. ).,Bill#6-AdditionalCopyofSALegislation-explainedthebillandtheimportanceofit.DiscussedtheinternshipbeingdevelopedintheSpring,andasenatorispreferredtotakethispositionbecausetheyaremorefamiliarwiththemeetings.AnomineeforSupremeCourtwasintroduced,RoyMirenda.Vice-President'sReportCassidydiscussedBill#42-SenateVotes.ExplainedBill#8-FundsforSenateTraining.ThetrainingwilltakeplaceSeptember27th.Thisbillwillbevotedontonight.Barry-programcoordinatorofNYPIRG-handedoutadittoofNYPIRG'sagenda ...,.

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.",",, ...-.. ... ..FinanceReportAccount#915-Balance$10,990-ClubsTier1,specialevents.Account#916-Balance$7,000-FixedAssets.SpecialOrdersBill#8-FundsforSenateTraining-sponsoredbySenatorReister,secondedbySenatorsBenjaminandLittle.Billpassedwith-vote-18for,0against.OldBusinessBill#6-AdditionalCopyofSALegislation.SponsoredbySenatorsReister,LittleandHuss.LittlediscusseddifferentfeasibilitiesastohowtocopytheSAlegislationHuss-procedure/financecommittee-secondedbyGoldowsky.NewBusinessBill#5-BudgetandTierProcessUpgrade-motiontonotread.SponsoredbySenatorsGoldowsky,Reister,andHuss.Bill#7-AnnualClubFundingDisbursement-GospelChoirnotadded.SponsoredbySenatorsLittle,andGoldowsky. ;. PublicCommentandAnnouncements .. Reisterwouldliketocongratulatethemen'srugbyteamforawellplayedmatchonSaturdayagainstCortland.Goldowskywelcomedallnewsenators.. Mirenda,SupremeCourtnominee,introducedhimselfandstatedifanyonehasanyquestionstocomeseehiminhisoffice.Littleurgedthesenatorstobecomemoreinvolved.NahorneytalkedaboutALANA,andhowtherearemeetingsandguestspeakersthroughouttheweek.GoldowskycongratulatedALANAanditsspeakers.Meetingadjournedat7:05p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCRATRON ..COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126StudentAssociationStateUniversityatOswegoSenate33rdLegislative Session4thMeeting23September19971.CalltoOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgendawww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ..,.r-., 4.ApprovalofMinutes5. ExecutiveReportsMarkHafner,PresidentStateoftheAssociationAddressMike Cassidy, VicePresidentChristineBarry, NYPIRG6.FinanceReportMolly Casey, DirectorofFinance7.AddresstoStudentAssociationPresidentDeborahF.Stanley8.NewBusinessResolution#1, Bill #99.OldBusiness Bill #5, Bill #7 10.SupremeCourtChiefJusticeConfirmation11.PublicCommentandAnnouncements12.Adjournment

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(315)341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 4th Meeting 23 September 1997202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCXATXON'"-, .. "'-J.., Minutes The 4th Meetingofthe 33rd Legislative Session was called to order at 6:40 p.m. with twenty senators present. .'Cassidy changed the agenda, under the president's report Christine Barry will notbespeaking, then the agenda was approved. President's Report Hafner welcomed President Deborah F. Stanley to the meeting. Discussed whatSAis, whatSAcan offer the studentsofSUNY Oswego, and how canSAgrab the attentionofstudents to get involved. Slashed programming for some offices has taken place, and in order to help out these officesSAcombined the ability for them to use office equipment in the Student Association office. Discussed that he will not nominate a new executive director. Vice-President's Report '" J...Cassidy reported that Senate training will take placeonSaturday, Sept. 27, 12:00 4:00 in Time Pieces. Bill #38ofthe 30th Legislative Session, Limit Senate Debate This past legislation limits Senators to seven(7)minutes oration on the first speakers' list and five (5)onthe second speakers' list. Finance Report Casey discussed Bill #9-Funds for Activities in the Ozone. Bible Study Club is Tier 1 and has requested $2081, Karate has had a membership increase form six to twenty. Mostoftheir funding goes towards equipment. They would like to give $900 to their instructor. Storytellers Club is involved in take back the night, role play and their funding goes towards these events plus purchases like books, dice, etc. Account #915-Balance $1O,640-Clubs Tier1,special events. Account #916-Balance$7,OOO-FixedAssets. 1

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--'.... ... ....., ,.. )' Address to Student Association President Deborah Stanley explained her concerns for the need to work together to make SUNY Oswego a better place for all students. She also discussed having open meetings on campus, that she is available via e-mail if anyone has any questions, the future excellence she wants for all students, and how the student government has made it better for the student body as a whole, that there are many positive changes. She also askedifthere were any questions or concerns that needed to be addressed. Allers stated the improvement on the sidewalks Cheeks brought up the improvements on Hart Hall andifthere are honor students going to live there when it reopens Lopez discussed some maintenance problems taking place in Seneca Hall. New Business Resolution #1-Congratulations President Stanley-motion executive body Sponsored by Senators Reister and Huss. Bill #9-Funds for Activities in the Ozone. "Sponsored by Senators Fassinger, Lopez, and Barrie. r Old Business Bill #5-Budget and Tier Process Upgrade. Motion to read first 2 paragraphs and last 4 paragraphs-motion approved. Little explained that many clubs are not sure as to when certain papers are due, and this needs tobeaddressed. Benjamin discussed that Tier I clubs should be able to prepare their events aheadoftime. Goldowsky-motion to table bill-make new committees-five senators. Tier process committee seconded...)Senators in committee are Rogers, Little, Goldowsky, Cheeks, and Benjamin. Bill #5 passed, 16 for, 4 against. Motion for meeting to inform committee. Bill #7-Annual Club Funding Disbursement. Gospel-$2700-added to listofclubs Sponsored by Senators Little and Goldowsky. Supreme Court Chief Justice Confirmation objection to Supreme Court Justice nominee, Mirenda. Explained he is impartial on some subjects. Mirenda objected to this and doesn't think he is. Vote taken for Supreme Court Justice nominee,18for, 2 against. Meeting adjourned at 7:50 p.m.2

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studema202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON .' ./-,"" StudentAssociation State University at OswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session5thMeeting30September 1997AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approval of Agenda .," 4.Approvalof Minutes5.Executive Reports Mark Hafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.Committee Chair Elections .. 8.OldBusiness Bill #9, Bill #5withrevisions,. .. 9.NewBusiness Bill #10, Bill #11, Bill#1210.PublicCommentandAnnouncements11.Adjournment

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO .. STUDENT ASSOCRATRON ... _-----------------------------;hQJ '" .. Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 5th Meeting 30 September 1997 Minutes {> The 5th Meetingofthe 33rd Legislative Session was called to order at 6:40 p.m. with twenty four senators present. Cassidy changed the agenda, Bill #11-Funds for NACA Conference was submittedbySam Haynes. Agenda and minutes were approved. President's Report Hafner congratulated the senators on a good senate training. Prices for Wyclef Jean and Refugee Allstar concert are $lO-SA and $ 12-non-SA.SAprogramming committee will be meeting on October 8th. Will be accepting applications for chairperson for SAPB Lectures and Special Events Committees.,.Mark Boscarino was confIrmed as Hafner's Executive Assistant. .... Vice-President's Report Cassidy introduced Aaron Gordon, Presidentofthe Sailing Club. Gordon discussed the importanceofBill#12-Funds for Sailing Club. Explained that they need $1750 for life jackets-35 jackets total, there are about 35-40 members and the number involved keepsongrowing.Ifthere are any question he can be contacted at 342-3358 Stated the minimum numberofjackets needed was thirteen (13). Question raised about renting jackets. Gordon will investigate. Finance Report Casey stated Account #915-Balance-$1O,640. Account #916-Balance-$7,OOO. Bill #5-Budget&Tier Process Upgrade-Section #5, Tier 3 and 4 Organizations that are placed in Tier 2, needs revision. Committee Chair Elections College/Community Relations Committee-nominees are Senators Huss (nominated by

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..... .."" ,. I,... ..Reister) and Lopez (nominatedbyBenjamin). Senator Lopez is the new committee chair. Elections Committee-committee chair is Senator Little (nominatedbyHuss). Health and Safety Committee-committee chair is Senator Benjamin (nominatedbyGoldowsky). Long Range Planning Committee-committee chair is Senator Cheeks (nominatedbyReister). Procedure and Finance Committee-committee chair is SenatorReister (nominatedbyLittle) Recruitment Committee-committee chair is Senator Goldowsky (nominatedbyBenjamin).OldBusiness Bill #9-Funds for Activities in the Ozone. Reister-explained that the Ozone is a positive force on campus and that this is an important bill. Nahomey explained that this goes to the Hewitt Union BoardofActivities. Bill Passed 22 for, 2 against. Bill #5-Budget&Tier Process Upgrade. Goldowsky withdrew his sponsorship last week. Reister discussed how this bill needs to be decided on tonight. Little-Amendment-Delete Section 5 andadd "Be it further enacted all organizations under SA remain at the same tier level they are currently at when this bill is enacted:' Goldowsky discussed thatifthis bill is passed there will be a significant amountofmoney taken away from organizations and students. Move to question, motion failed. Reister wants to pass the bill as is. Goldowsky argued that Tier 2 organizations are being punished. Hafner explained that the organizations are not being penalized from this bill. Call to question, objection. Strike Section #5 and add amendment. Little explained that this bill needs to be passed immediately. Benjamin wants to amendby adding the following at the endafthe Tier I paragraph with the following-"eventbyevent basis does not include instructor feesorequipment which clubs and2

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..... .. ,.....'. .. /". /" .,.,r' organizations will still have to come to the Senate for approval." Motion fails. Reister explained that this bill goes into effect as soon as Hafner signs it orifnot signed then 10 days afterpresented. Casey posed the question as to what exactly does equipment mean. For her equipment means something that the organization will be able to use for years to come. Call to question, objection Parker discussed that this is starting to get extremely petty and that this bill needs tobevotedonsoon Goldowsky wanted to amend the amendment-take out equipment-not seconded. Huss move to question. Motion passes. Bill #5 passes with 19 for, and 5 against.NewBusiness Bill #1O-ReformattingofBill Styles-what a bill should look like. Submitted by Senator Lopez, sponsored by The Senate Body Bill #11-Funds forNACAConference. SubmittedbySamHaynes. Sponsors-Reister and Little. Bill #12-Funds for Sailing Club. Sponsors-Fassinger and Lopez. Public Comment and Announcements Little congratulated Cassidy on a well developed senate training and also emphasized the significanceofcommittees, that attendance and the need for new ideas are important. Goldowsky discussed that for future bills take into consideration what the committees do. Cassidy reiterated the importanceofthe committees, and that they can take careoflittle things like amendments. Also it is crucial to take part in allofthe committees. Meeting adjourned at 7:40 p.m.3

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION ,,-,.--.:=--=------------------------AlJ-Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 6th Meeting 7 October 1997 Minutes (, ,.. The 6th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to orderat6:37 p.m. with 25 senators present. Motion to change minutes. Change was page 3 under ftrst line put "motion fails". Agenda and minutes were approved. President's Report Hafner discussed that there is an executive van committee established. Also there needs to be a legal document to minimize the useofthe vans and to minimize risk/liability.SAshould also look at who exactly are using thevans. FirstSAprogram board meeting is October 8th at 7:30 p.m. in 107 Lanigan. Wyclef Jean and the Refugee Allstars will be performing this Friday, October 10th...Vice President's Report Sally MartinofCPS introduced Bill #13-Funds for CPS Seminar. This spring seminar will unify graduate, undergraduate students and faculty in order to provide educational opportunities to everyone involved.Iffunds granted this will eliminate partofthe cost the students would pay to attend. BarryofNYPIRG explained that this is the last week for voter registration. Kotzker-vice presidentofHUBAC-discussed that he willbethe only one going for the NACA conference. The purposeofthis is to be abletosample and sign new entertainment, at a cheaper price, forSUNYOswego Finance Report Casey stated Account #915-Balance-$1O,474.34 Account #916-Balance-$7,OOO. Old Business Bill #lO-ReformattingofBill Styles-passed by Acclamation. Bill#ll-Fundsfor NACA Conference Reister explained that this is a good bill, and that this will increase thethe effectivenessofHUBAC...Little explained that this bill,ifpassed, will be able to bring entertainment to campus at a cheaper rate. Amend bill-needs to change the totalofthe bill to $383.40 Huss-amend bill#ll-changewhere ever there is a2 to a1.Change total to $383.40. Call to question.

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..... .... ........,... .Bill passes with 23 for, 1 against. Bill #12-Funds for Sailing Club Fassinger-amend bill-change costofpersonal flotation devices from $1750 for 35 vests to $750 for 15 vests, which will change the total to $852.50. Little askedifthe vests could come outofaccount 916 insteadofaccount 915 because the vests seem like a fixed asset, they last for about15years. Goldowsky-pointofinformation-how much is it to rent the vests? Reister explained that itisn'tfeasible to rent the vest, they need to bought. Reister-amendment-have $750 come outofaccount 916 and $102.50 come outofaccount 915. Move to question. Bill passes with 25 for.NewBusiness Bill #13-Funds for CPS Seminar. Sponsor-Zarecki Public Comment and Announcements Goldowsky-everyone in recruitment committee stay after to make a meeting time. Benjamin-everyone in health and safety committee stay after to make a meeting time. Parker-l0/16-17 need senators to take an hour shift for Octsoberfest. Reister-everyoneinprocedure and finance committee stay after to make a meeting time. Nahorney discussed the importanceofthe NACA Conference.Itwill allow paying less for attractions atSUNYOswego. Explained the dangersofabusing alcohol, and the proper precaution that need tobetaken when consuming. Parents weekend 10/17-10-19, many events happening on campus, want students to get involved. Cassidy mentioned thatTomRyan, DirectorofPublic Safety, maybecoming next meeting to speak. Cheeks-everyoneinlong range planning committee to stay after to make a meeting time. Benjamin explained that the Annual Black Student Union is having a meeting on Wednesday at 9:30. Hewitt Union Board Committee needsonandoffcampus senators. Lopez-everyone from college/community relations committee needs to stay to make a meeting time. Meeting adjourned at 7:18 p.m.2

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION .. .. StudentAssociation State UniversityatOswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 7th Meeting 14 October 1997 AGENDA..1.CalltoOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda ....4.ApprovalofMinutes ",.... 5.Executive ReportsMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President Tom Ryan, DirectorofPublic Safety6.FinanceReportMolly Casey, Director of Finance Coopers&Lybrand AccountingFirmReportonAudit7.CommitteeReports8.OldBusinessBill #13, Bill #69.NewBusinessBill#1410.PublicCommentandAnnouncements11.Adjournment ",'

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO -. STUDENT ASSOCliATliON.". -, .. Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 7th Meeting 14 October 1997 Minutes The 7th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:40 p.m. with 27 senators present. Agenda and minutes were approved. President's Report Wyclef Jean concert was a success. Over 700 people attended. Looking for representatives to serve on the following committees: Intercollegiate Athletic Board Hewitt Union Board Auxiliary Services BoardofDirectors Alcohol Beverage CommitteeSAVan Executive Committee Any interested persons can contact theSAoffice for more information. Vice-President's Report Torn Ryan, directorofpublic safety, discussed a few issues concerning the students, blue lights, and a liaison program in which you could talk unofficially to someone about problemsoncampus. Issues discussed was that oneofthe stairwells in Snyggisdark, there shouldbea light around there for students that have night classes. Also they are trying to make mostofthe lots ECR, which is basically first corne first serve basis. /". Last year commuters were able to park in the residential sectionofFunnelle/Hart lot, but now because thereisan overabundanceofresidential cars in the Oneida area parking lots public safety is having them park in the Funnelle/Hart residential lot. In order to advertise this public safety has a grace period in which they let you know, through warning tickets, which area is parking available. There is a large numberofcars on campus, so why let freshman have cars on campus? The numberofresidential freshmen is small, there are many single room students whom have cars. This is where the large numberofcars corne from. Phase twoofpavement is to put more parking in frontofCayuga and Oneida Halls, makeita two way lot. Student evening escort patrol, now is on a volunteer basis, but might soon be changed to paying employees. Finance Report Casey stated Account #915-Balance-$1O,371.84 Account #916-Balance-$6,250. RepresentativesofCoopers&Lybrand Accounting Firm came to reportonthe audit. They handed 1

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-, ;..... out a report on audited [mancial statements and discussed each one. Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee met on 10/12, discussed how to work with students in order to improve campus life. Health & Safety committee discussed blue light bill, met withTomRyan, went over student evening escort patrol. Long Range Planning committee-didn't have a meeting yet. Elections committee will have meeting after Senate. Procedure and Finance committee-Bill #6-additional copyofSAlegislation-broughtofftable, best way to get bill. Bill #13-Funds for CPSseminar-explained that this is too much for an academic organization to ask for from SA, also that they are notSArecognized. Recruitment committee-no meeting yet. Old Business Bill #13-Funds for CPS Seminar. Zarecki-Don't pay entire $2,500. Amend Student Attendees from 30 students @$25 to30students @ $15 which would change it from $750 to $450. Little amend total from $2500 to $750. Benjamin explained that CPS should use department money for this seminar and that they shouldn't be encouraged to come toSAfor it. CPS representative discussed that the real costperperson was $40 but with this bill it will go down to $ 15/person, which is much cheaper for the students. The numberofstudent attendees was an estimation based on past seminars. Call to question. Billpasses with 25 affirmative, 2 negative. Bill #6-Additional CopyofSALegislation Reister-committeemade no amendments, also think this is a good idea. Goldowsky thinks this bill is very important. Little agrees with Reister. This is a good resource for senators available at their fingertips. Scanning option only has 99% proficiency rating, it would be easier to type. Call to question Billpasses with 27 affirmative. New Business .--Bill #14-CreationofMission Statement. Sponsored by the Senate Body .. )Public Comment and Announcements Benjamin-thinksSAspends too much money in the beginningofthe semester by passing many bills .2

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, ,. .. .. Goldowsky suggested to make a booklet about SA, one that looks like admissions. Blood Drive 10/29-30. Wassenaar announced parents, family and friends weekend is this weekend, would like all students to help andbecordial to people on campus. Glad bill #13 was supported, this conference has been going on for a while. Encouraged to see such a full senate. Meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m.3

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON ..-----=-----------------------------:;ij]'...-... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 9th Meeting 28 October 1997" .The9thmeetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:39 p.m. with 25 senators present.Agendaapproved. Vice President's Report Cassidy. explained that Hafnerwasn'table to make the meeting becauseofpersonalbusiness. ,.. .. Finance Report :CaseystatedAccount #915-Balance ... $7 ,738.44 Account#916Balance-$6,250. Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee discussed some on-campus and off-campus issues. Elections committee had nothing to report. Health and Safety committee looking into emergency. fund devices.LongRange Planning committee discussed mission statement, vans and talkedtoHafner onsomeissues. Procedure and Finance committee discussed bills #15 and #17.Thenew senators on the finance committee are Dempsey., Lopez., Benjamin and Ramsey, chaired by Senator Little.OldBusiness Bill #15-ReviewofNon-SA Organizations' UseofFunds. Lopez explained the importanceofthe bill, would like the senate to vote yes on the bill. Reister thinks this is a good bill and would like it to pass.

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". .. Amendment-line 16 cross out "following week the" andaddonline 18"whenthey have them." Benjamin explained her concern for the senate to watch what is being passed, that there is no need for a bill to say when things shouldberushed. There shouldn'tbea time limit on things. Little discussed that bills are delayed be a week, and outside organizations are notanemergencytoSA.Needto review process for non-SA funded organizations. Bill passes with 22 affirmative, 3 negative. Bill #16-Funds for Physio Control Medic 710. Calltoquestion. Passes unanimously. Bill #17-Funds forBACCHUSConference. Cheeks-vote no on bill. Varian-how many people are going tobeaffectedbythis bill? This is a large sum to ask for. Little broughtupthe fact that forthisconference last year they were able to receive funds for an outside trip, and that this is a lotofmoney to ask for. Pointofinformation-has funded. Bill fails with 25 in the negative.NewBusiness Bill #18-Funds for LARC. Sponsors Barrie, Lopez, Reister. Public Comment and Announcements Little-elections committee will meet after this meeting.On10/29-30 SigmaTauChi is hosting a haunted house. Meeting adjourned at 7:03p.m.2

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCJIATJION ..' '-.""'"----------------------------.:;:::Ju ..StudentAssociation State University at OswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 10th Meeting 4November1997AGENDA., J .. ,... l.Call toOrder2.Roll Call 3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive ReportMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President Christine Barry, NYPIRG6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports8.OldBusiness Bill #18 Veto Reconsideration Bill #149.PublicCommentandAnnouncements 10.Adjournment

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON ... ...,.... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 10th Meeting 4 November 1997 Minutes The 10th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:40 p.m. with26senators present.Inthe agenda, under old business add veto reconsiderationofBill #14-CreationofMission Statement. Agenda and minutes approved. President's Report Hafner announced a final concert, They Might Be Giants, on November 23rd. Considering making the Comer Store an official vendor for Lotto, Hafner has very high expectationsofthis. Bill #6-Additional CopyofSA Legislation-Mark Boscarino has started hiring typists. .J Faculty Assembly-reviewing the curriculum for students. Task force committee debating on changing the colleges name. Bill#14-CreationofMission Statement-vetoed bill-have current mission statement but not labeled as a mission statement. Nomination for Supreme Court-Senator Silverman. Finance Report Account #915-Balance $1,310.44. Account #916-Balance $6,250. ...,'" Casey stated Bill #18-Funds For LARC-exists because youcan'thave a transferofover $299 from different accounts without the approvalofthe senate. Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee will meet in City Hall on Wednesday. Elections committee will discussifNYPIRG will still be partofthis campus. Elections March 3rd and 4th. Healthand Safety committee discussed concerns on safetyoncampus.

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..--> ". Long Range Planning committee discussed mission statement for committee and SA, and discussed theSAvans. Procedure and Finance committee two meetings this week, nothing to report. Recruitment committee open house is coming up, setting up booth at 11:15ifanyone would like to sign up. Old Business Bill #18-FundsForLARC Representatives for LARC-believe this is a positive reinforcement for students, recognizes club's and organization's leadership qualities. This ceremony is the 8th annual and willbeheld on April 23rd. Barrie would like to see this bill passed. Lopez-supports the activities and eventsofLARC. Reister-order quick passageofthis bill. Call to question. Bill passes with 26 in the affmnative. Bill #14-CreationofMission Statement. Call to question. Veto is sustained, 2 in affmnative, and 24 in negative. Public Comment and Announcements Goldowsky, needs help with mission statementifanyone has any suggestions. Silverman would like to thank Hafner for Supreme Court nomination and accepts. Bench press competition will be heldinHewitt Union on Saturday November 15th at noon. Howard Gordon, Executive Assistant to President Stanley, would like the student body to come to him or President Stanleyifthey have any questions, and to please ask at anytime. Meeting adjourned at 7:03 p.m.

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202 HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION-,-.------------------------------::t:;oJ ... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session11thMeeting11November 1997 MinutesThe11th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:47 p.m. with 19 senators present. ,. Theagenda and minutes were approved. President's Report Hafner confirmed Supreme Court Justice Silverman's acceptance in the Supreme Court. Donnie Brasco lecture will be given on Wednesday, November 19th at 7 p.m. in Hewitt Student Union Ballroom. Admission is$1for students and $3 for the general public. Mark Boscarino has hired15typists to retype all the senate bills and savethemondisk. This has only been goingonfor 2 days, but it seems that this project willbemore costly and time consuming than originally planned. .J.. Executive order #3-frrst new internship-creating a database for executive orders forSAexecutive branch. This will have a large impactonthe senate, making it easier to look up past senate bills. Hafner would like senators to help with this process, and would prefer ayoungsenator. The senator would go through past bills and interpret them, organize and summarize the meaningofeach bilL Applications areintheSAoffice. Job descriptions willbeavailable at experience based learning office and SA. Executive order #4-fixing up the World WideWebsite for the student association Semi-annual student assembly meeting in Utica will be this weekend. Senator Little willberepresenting HafnerandGoldowsky willberepresenting the senate. Hafner will be leaving next week for surgeryonhis back.Hewillbeout for the semester. Cassidy willbepresident and senator Little willbevice-president.Hewillbebacknext semester. Vice-President's Report Barry Smith-representative for the volleyball club. Discussed bill #22-funds for volleyball club. These funds are basically for balls and equipment. They would like to get 8-10 balls, ranging from game balls to practice balls, at about $30 each. $200 for new balls and toting bags. There is also a volleyball tournament in Cortland this weekend, which posses a mandatory $75 tournament fee. They have also done a fundraiser for new uniforms which has putthemback$650.

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",tFinance Report Account #915-Balance $1,310.44. Account #916-Balance $6,250. Casey discussed bill #19-Funds for Okinawan Goju Ryu Karate-Do Club. They have received $900inthe beginningofthe semester and haven't encumbered anyofit yet. This request is for equipment. Bill #22-Funds for volleyball club-were tier 2 and had an opportunity to come to budget counselbutdidn't. Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee-met earlier today, investigatedoffcampus housing for students. Would like to submit a resolution within the next 2 weeks asking OCA to revamp their process for property holders to lease apartments for off campus use. Next meeting Tuesday at 3 p.m. Elections committee-submitted bill #20-elections time table. Elections done by media group. Willbea question answer format. Health and Safety committee-submitted resolution #3-safety concerns on campus. Need help with smoke-out next week. Sponsor someone to not smoke and for each hour theydon'tsmoke $.10 willberaised for toys for tots. Long Range Planning committee-meeting Friday, noon at SA office. Procedure and Finance committee-Monday at 7 p.m. inSAoffice meeting with Supreme Court to make [mal revision on election law. Recruitment committee-another open house took place, and was pleased thatitwas a great success. Little-bill #21-Tier Upgrades-recommended by finance committee, passed unanimously in committee. Should these clubs stay at this level or should they move up. Any questions talk to people in committee. Make informed decision about this bill.NewBusiness Bill #19-Funds for Okinawan Goju Ryu Karate-Do Club. Sponsorssenators Benjamin and Silverman. Bill # 20-Elections Time Table. SponsoredbySenate body. Bill #21-Tier Upgrades. Sponsored by Senate body. Bill #22-Funds for Volleyball Club. Sponsored by senators Turner, Cheeks, Ramsey, Zarecki, Reister.

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.. r -.. Resolution #3-Safety Concerns on Campus. Sponsored bysenator Lopez-thinks this resolution is looking at a basic necessityonthis campus. Goldowsky-this is a great resolution, could use some improvements. Believes the college spent about $100,000 for new lighting on the west campus parking lot. Wassenaer clarified the lighting system set up. Every 30ftthere is a sensor light which will gooffwhere there is movement, the cost was about $40,000.Thelights are now 2 years old, the old bulbs use to blind the people because they wouldn't be facing downward like the present lights. Benjamin-this resolution is not harsh, this is the only way to formally talk to the people this resolution is addressed to.Don'tfail withoutknowing what it is about. Reister-SEEP-good idea-people want it but no one is willing to participate. This is a good resolution butitneeds more research. Little-agree this is a good resolution. Needs more input, good idea to get the ball rolling on campus. Parker-call to question. Passes with 18inaffirmative, 1 in negative. Resolution #4-Congratulations Matt Silverman. Sponsored by senate body-passed by acclamation. Public Comment and Announcements Silverman-NYPIRG-11/3 constitutional convention. Fall conference was this past weekend, had a great turnout. Tobacco Forum is taking place in the Union, right now, it is discussing whom and how cigarette companies target. Bill #20-Election Time Table-feels this is a blaint attempt to knock NYPIRGoffthis campus. Little-Bill #20 is to educate both sidesofthe issues, notjustone. Meeting adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410Minuteswww.oswego.edu/-srudentaStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 12th Meeting18November 1997202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION-_-----------------------------:i:;Dl... ',... ...." -The 12th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:38 p.m. with 25 senators present. The agenda and minutes were approved. President's Report Hafner introduced Joe Grant partofthe Intercollegiate Athletic Commission. Grant discussed the commission. This past spring theyfonneda questionnaire, which was passed out to the senators, for some student feedback.. Would like to answer any questions regarding the intercollegiate program and ways to enhance it.Iflooking togetto a Division I position for sports, would take 3 years in Divisionn,and then wouldbemoved up to Division I, so a totalofabout 4 years. Over time there wouldbean increase in the athletic feeifSUNYOswego changes from Division III to a Division I school. Also club teams were looked at for an increase in division. There willbea need for an upgrade in the athletic facilities,ifmoved to Division I, but this is still unsure. There could be ajumpofone men's team and onewomen'steam or all teams willbemovedupto DivisionI.The fmal decision willbemade by President Stanley with careful considerationofwhat the students, faculty and commissions have to say. Grant's office is located in 211 Culkinifthere are any questions. Hafner announced thatonWednesday, 11/19 at 7 p.m. Joe Pistone willbespeakinginHewitt Union Ballroom. They MightBeGiants will be playingonSunday, 11/23... ...This past weekend the Centro-pub crawl was damaged. Very concerned about the reckless incidence occurring. Would appreciateifall senators and students would discuss this at hall council meetings. Executive Order #2a-Approvalofcommittee chairs will be confmned by the senate...Vice-President's Report Hockey Club representatives discussed Bill #24-Funds for Hockey Club. The funding will go toward lockers, unifonns, referees, and ice time outofRomney Field House. This club has a hard time gettingoffits feet and with help from the senate they willbeable to continue their membership. -'-.... Human Concerns Center representative discussed Miss-a-Meal for students.Ifyou skip a mealona certain day, money willbedonated to the Human Concerns Center. This center is a food pantry located on 85 E 4th St. This is a volunteer organization. They give out 3 mealsperday for 3 days, receive some government funding. Need as much help as they can get, they seem tobehaving more and more requests. Human concerns center is open Monday through Friday, 12-3pmMuscular Dystrophy Association representative-coordinator for Muscular Dystrophy Assoc. discussed the organizations location, central and northern New York. Packets were handed out explaining what and how things are covered in this association, and what Muscular Dystrophy is and does for people. Finance Report

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-.. .... Account #915-Balance-$1 ,310.44. Account #916-Balance-$6,250. Casey discussed the incident with the Centro buses this past weekend. Centro is fundedbySA, the buses can be pulled off the roadifneeded. All the money put into the Centro buses are kept in a separate income account,ifCentro is pulled thenSAloses this money, which was originally set aside for the blue lights. Bill #24-Funds for Hockey Club-Tier 2 organization, could have been allocated funds,butdidn'tgoto budget council. Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee submitted Resolution #5-AlterationofOCAHousing List explains how Off-Campus Association conducts affairs. Requirements for list is that leasorscan'tholdSUNYOswego accountable for damages in houseorfor uncollected rent. Reduced listby300 people thatdon'thave a permit. Elections committee has nothing to report. Request on elections bill, week 3-NYPIRG forum-fonnat: to be decided. Health and Safety committee has nothing to report. Long Range Planning committee meeting after senate is adjourned. Procedure and Finance committee-put forth an amendment. Karate Club has moneyintheir account, usingittopay instructor. Volleyball Club missed budget council, make a note that theycameto the senate,on11111, asking for moneytopay for a tournament that was four days later Recruitment committee has nothing to report.OldBusiness Bill #19-Funds for Okinawan GojuRyuKarate-Do Club. Call to question. Bill passes with20affinnative, 5 negative. Bill #20-Elections Time Table. Call to question. Bill passes with 25 affinnative. Bill #21Tier Upgrades. Little-amendment-delete lines 16 and 17, move line 19 up to line 15: soitreads, Gospel Choir, Brothers and Sisters in Christ. Recommend Brothers and Sisters in Christ move toTier3. Goldowsky-pointoninfonnation. Little-pointofclarification-over 45 membersinclub, and this wouldbebeneficial for association. Call to question. Bill passes with 25 affinnative Bill #22-Funds for Volleyball Club. Reister thinks this is a good bill.Itgives students an opportunity to participateindifferent fonnsofathletics. Turner feels the club did fundraisers, and they have worked for this bill. Urge passage. Cheeks saw their equipment and feel they desperately need new equipment. Parker-call to question.NewBusiness Bill #23-Creationofthe NYPIRG Oversight Committee. Sponsor-Reister.

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,.... Bill #24-Funds for Hockey Club. Sponsors Goldowsky, Little, Parker, Zarecki. Resolution #5-AlterationofDCAHousing List. Sponsored by the senate body. Parker-urge passageofbill. Little agrees with Parker, and would like to commend CCRC. Goldowsky would like to congratulate CCRC for all their hard work and urge quick passageofbill. Resolution passes with 25 affmnative. Public Comment and Announcements Little would like to meet with all on-campus senators after tonight's meeting. Reister went to faculty assembly meeting last week. There are 3 more student seatstobefilled, meet 2 hours once every 2-3 weeks. Faculty assembly makes many important decisions, need to make students voices heard. Urgetotake part. Nahomey-need to review criteria atDCAwhen going to live off-campus. Cassidy-no meeting next Tuesday. Allers would like to wish Hafner good luckonhis surgery. Meeting adjourned at 7:32 p.m ....

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-srudenta 202 HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON, ,.-.----------------------------:i:JL]\...'-. StudentAssociation State University at OswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 13th Meeting 2 December 1997AGENDA ../ -..l.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Report Mike Cassidy, Vice President Christine Barry, NYPIRG HUBAC Representative Miss-a-Meal Vote6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports8.OldBusiness Bill #23, Bill #249.NewBusiness Bill #25, Resolution#610.PublicCommentandAnnouncements1l.Adjournment "".>

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON-.J'_<....." COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY 13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 13th Meeting 2 December 1997www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ....... -.. ..... The 13th meetingofthe33rd legislative session was called to orderat6:52 p.m. with 22 senators present. The agenda and minutes were approved. Vice-President's Report Cassidy announced that President Hafner's surgery went well and he is recovering nicely. Suggested that Miss-a-Meal proceeds be divided evenly between the two organizations. Barry discussed Bill #23-Creationofthe NYPIRG Oversight Committee. Feels this is a misrepresentationofNYPIRG. There had been a packet disbursed which entails a press kit, has a contract from NYPIRG, and letters from other organizations. Also in the packet were the organization sign-ons. Barry feels that NYPIRG has upheld their contract, in the spring she is looking forwardtothe referendum.Ifanyone has any concerns please contact Christine Barry, her office is always open. HUBAC representative discussed Bill #25-Funds for Spring Semester After hours Programs. HUBAC hosted 5 or 6 comedy specials this semester, average $1,000 for each comedian. This organization also hosts Winterfest, parents and friends weekend, and openingweekend.Iffunds are not received thentheywon'tbe able to put on events. HUBAC doesn't receive any outside funding for their events, all are free for students. They are also trying to get more comedians.Anaverageof60-70 people come to the comedian's shows.SAhas supported HUBACinthe past. Little-Miss-a-Meal vote, for MDA and Human Concerns Center. Splitmiss-a-meal 50/50. Finance Reportdidn'tget balances for accounts 915 and 916. Committee Reports Health and Safety committee explained that after4pmstudents can park closer to the buildings, butcan'tpark in the reserve spots. The CountyofOswego recently received 911 access, butifyou live off-campus you must dial 9-911-authorization code. Committee is trying to change this. College/Community Relations committee completed off-campus issues, will need some input and assistance with on-campus issues.

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-Elections committee has nothing to report. Long Range Planning committee has nothing to report. Procedure and Finance committee is reviewing Bill #1, and are starting impeachment bill. Recruitment committee has nothingtoreport. Old Business Bill #23-CreationofNYPIRG Oversight Committee. Ritter-need to be more specific, vote down bill. Benjamin thinks what does bill want to do-unsure about this.Ifanyone has questions the NYPIRG office is always open. Little feels that this is not just written for just this year, NYPIRG knew what they were getting into. Call to question. Objection. Move to vote. Two-thirds vote fails. Parker feels that the senate needs to vote on this right now,orthey could be here all night discussing this issue. Allers agrees with Parker. Casey-NYPIRG is given $38,00 every year, given a lotofmoney to this organization. This money gets sent to Albany, it doesn't stay on this campus. Barrie thinks NYPIRG did nothing wrong, and the senate needs to voteonthis. Chan feels this is redundant. There is a vote in the spring to see whetherornot NYPIRG will be partofthis campus. Ferguson posed a question as to whether it will be feasible to have one person check the audit. Parker-the senate needs to vote. Benjamin feels the contract changes with a new referendum every two years.NYPIRG'scontract has been upheld. Call to question. Motion to reinstate. Bill #24-Funds for Hockey Club. Goldowsky-yields. Parker feels this is a great bill, it can show what Oswego can do. This organization does have their own coach, and they need money for refs.

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... _,. )0 Zarecki-yields. Ritter wants to strike line 22 and change total to $750, they need a supplyofrefs. Goldowsky wants to cut out the water bottles, anddon'tamend. Parker wants to know how much pucks are. Representative from the team said they are about$1each. Goldowsky-amendment-strike equipment and change pucks to $15 with total adding up to be $765. Amendment passes. Call to question. New Business Bill #25-Funds for Spring Semester After hours Programs Sponsors: Benjamin, Lopez, Toso. Resolution #6-CondemnationofSnowball Fight. Sponsored by senate body. Call toquestion. Pass by acclamation. Public Comment and Announcements Goldowsky would like to congratulate Little on running the senate meeting smoothly. Benjamin need to look into being to serve alcohol on campus, other schools are able to. Chan-able to buy beer in the Forum. Barbara St. Michele would like to speak about the 911 issue, can talk to telecommunications about it, andifan off-campus phone dials 911 they get public safety. Allers-if on-campus dial public safetyeX5555). Lopez feels disappointed that we are unable to acquire quorum in a timely fashion. Meeting adjourned at 7:40 p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON........ COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego,NY 13126StudentAssociation State UniversityatOswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 14th Meeting 9 December 19971.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinuteswww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 .....5.Executive Report Mike Cassidy, Vice President Joe Padilla, Volleyball Club President Blackfriars Representative Michael Lyons, IRSA Treasurer Chris Smith,BSUPresident6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports8.SpecialOrdersBill #27, Bill #309.OldBusiness Bill #2510.NewBusiness Bill #26, Bill #28, Bill #29, Bill#3111.PublicCommentandAnnouncements12.Adjournment

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION'-,,,-.--------------------------a. Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 14th Meeting 9 December 1997 Minutes .... The 14th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 7 p.m. with18senators present. Bill #26-Funds for Volleyball Club will be listed under Special Orders in the agenda. The agenda and minutes were approved. Vice-President's Report Cassidy explains the first Tuesday back from vacation, January 27th, will be the first meetingofthe spring semester and will end on April 30th.Ifsome senators are graduating or are simply are not interested anymoreplease contact Mike. Representative for the volleyball club discusses Bill #26-Funds for Volleyball Club. Change total to $410. Uniforms previously purchases are theirs to keep. Cheeks-what is the club going to purchase? Volleyball representative-epuipment, and receiving others in the fall. Representative from Blackfriars Theatre Organization discussed bill #29-Funds for New Dance Floor. The dance floor is madeofvinyl material, it is used by Delsarte, and for Oswego presentations. This was previously purchased by the Blackfriars, while other organizations provided funding for the installation. Michael Lyons, IRSA Treasurer explained bill #30-Payroll Transfer within Intramural and Recreation. $4,000 for lifeguards, the pools opened earlier than expected, received less money than expected. Account 472-$26,000, going to use alloffunds-depending on what events are scheduled. Cheeks-approval to transfer funds. Chris Smith, BSU President, discussed this organization and Bill #31-Funds forBSUDinner. /""" BSU annual dinner, about90students will attend on February 28th. The purposeofBSUis to educate all students about the African American culture. ".., The money this organization is asking for is going towards great entertainment, and to educate about a culture.

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. "/ This dinner happens every year and is open to everyone. Miscellaneous items pertains to last minute things to be purchased such as booklets, etc. JSU and BiGala made contributions to this dinner, but he is meeting with them tomorrow. Finance Account #915-Balance $140.94. Account #916-Balance $6,250. Bill #26-Funds for Volleyball Club-Tier I-they have mandatory fees, and didn't go through properSAprocedures. Casey explained that bill #30-Payroll Transfer Within Intramural and Recreation-account #472 is the intramural payroll, program expense account.Ifvolleyball club bill passed this will put account #915 into the red. Retroactive funding-haven't engaged in, and is a bad idea. Committee Reports College/Community Relations Committee they are done for now working with the off-campus association, and areare working with Miss-a-Meal program. Would like students to convince halls to engage in this program. Pathfinder raised $421. Elections committee discussed bill #27-Non-Binding Referendum Survey-need lotsoffeedback ,,-.. from students. Senate as a whole must be partofthis bill.Nooneunder21will be allowed into the Ozone. Toso explained how the Ozone is dead on weekends. Goldowsky-the Ozone rents out to many clubs and organizations. Health and Safety committee explained how the bluelight traffic patterns changed. 911 can be reached by dialing 9-911. This is action is taking [me tuning. Long Range Planning committee discussed personal committee mission statement, SA statement, andSAvans. Procedure and Finance committee discussed Bill #1, Bill #25-Funds for Spring Semester After hours Programs, and impeachment laws. For bill #25 there is no need for the entire $6,000. Recruitment committee-next meeting first weekofthe spring semester, for current and new senators. Special Orders Bill #27-Non-Binding Referendum Survey Sponsors-Toso, Parker, Zarecki, Lopez. Toso-would like alcohol not to be served in the Ozone, motion to ask students what they think. On the weekends there is no one in the Ozone. Lopez agrees with Toso. Nahorney-served as a function room-Shawn Cassidy fan club.

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......... .. ... ,..,.... ,.Nahorney-served as a function room-Shawn Cassidy fan club.ComedyonWednesday nights-more people attended this than theWyclefconcert.Doesn'twantto see alcoholoncampus,costofadministering this is expensive-security andcleanup.Spent$15,000ona non-smoking area. This willbea challenge for SA.Goldowskyagrees with Nahorney, feels thisshouldn'tbeusedfor alcohol use.Thereareotherthings to do there than drink,whyputonreferendum. Less than 1/4ofthe studentscanuse theOzonewithalcohol being served.Wouldlike this voted down. Reister feels the Senate represents the students, and that they are there forthestudents. This billshouldn'tbevotedonby the Senatebutby the students.Wouldliketosee thisonreferendum.Benjaminthinks this shouldbeinthe referendum, and alcohol intheunionshouldn'tbeshotdown. Zarecki thinks this is agoodidea-theForumserves beer, could contain alcohol useoncampus, a controlled environment.Ifthe students would like to engageina non-alcoholic event thentheycouldsupport student events like the Lakers, shouldletthe students decide. Cheeks agrees toputonreferendum, students shouldbegiventhe choice, vote to pass the bill.LopezfeelsSAshouldbeprepared for conflict-students against administration. Barrie-pass referendum, creates a law, strictly a survey. Goldowsky-send to elections committee. Are there any other alternatives? Little-9outof10 student's responses have been for alcoholandcoffee.Nootheralternatives were looked into. Wassenear appreciates to voteonthis.Itis clearthat a large percentageofstudentsdodrink, hadbeendrinking since high school.Basedonthe needsofthe studentsishow theOzonewas created.Theissue here isifwecanmake a political statement. This willbea challenge.Itis necessaryvenuefor students to support referendum, tells the senate what the students want. Call to question. Passeswith13 for, 4 against. Bill #26-Funds for Volleyball Club. Sponsors-Cheeks, Toso, Benjamin, Reister. Cheeks feels thatSAshould give the volleyball club the funds they are asking for.Tosoagrees with Cheeks, they do need the money. Reister-move to question Passes with 15 for, 1 against. Little lower the quorumto10 senators. Bill #30-Payroll Transfer Within Intramural and Recreation. Sponsors-Benjamin, Turner, Toso, Reister.

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L .. -Turner this is a transferofaccounts, urge quick passage. Toso-reorganizationoftheir money, need to pass. Call to question. Old Business Bill #25-Funds for Spring Semester After hours Programs. Benjamin would like to amend line 24-striking $3,000, line 26-replacing $6,000 with $3,000, line 21-changing $6,000 to $3,000. Amendment passed. Lopez would like to commend Reister for investigating for alternative sources. Toso would like to see this bill passed, these programs attract many people. Call to question. Passed unanimously. New Business Bill #27-Non-Binding Referendum Survey Sponsors-Goldwosky, Reister Bill #28-Funds for New Dance Floor. Sponsor-Reister. Bill #31-Funds for BSU Dinner. Sponsors-Toso, Benjamin, Turner, Cheeks, Barrie, Lopez, Reister, Goldowsky, McCade. Public Comment and Announcements Lopez emphasized that the senate needs quorum. also need to arrive to the weekly meetings on a timely fashion. Goldowsky need quorum,ifa senator has 5 absences they need to automaticallybereleased from the senate. Feels the senate is not representing the student body with 10 senators present. Ozone was a bad mistake on passing. Benjaminthinksall the senators need to be on time. Would like senator Cameron. Feels the senate diddoa good think with the referendum. Nahorney-for Timepieces and Ozone there is no chargeifthe organization uses their own people (such as a OJ). Need toberealistic with how the referendum is written and needs to be written soon. All senators need to talk to each other about quorums. Feels this is the most productive senate he has seen. Reister feels that the senate and Ozone is here to serve the students. Meeting is adjourned at8:18 p.m.

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STUDENTASSOCIATION >(".., ,' COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego, NY 13126StudentAssociation State UniversityatOswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 15th Meeting 27 January 19981.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinuteswww.oswego.edu/-studenraAGENDA(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 -,. '.5.Executive ReportMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President Blackfriars Representative BlackStudentUnionRepresentative6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports8.OldBusiness Bill #28, Bill #29, Bill#319. PublicCommentandAnnouncements10.Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION" COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 15th Meeting 27 January 1998www.oswego.edu/-smdentaMinutes(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410 ... -The 15th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:37 p.m. with15senators present. Change in the minutes, page 3, second paragraph, line 3, need to change without to with. Change page 2, third line, delete the word no. The agenda and minutes were approved. Vice President's Report Cassidy explained that there were 802 participants for Miss-a-Meal. Also Robert Porter is his new executive assistant. Finance Report Casey discussed this semester is a large budgeting semester. Account #915-Balance-negative $3,269.06 Account #916-Balance-$6,250. Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee discussed Bill #27-Non-Binding Referendum Survey-to have thisonthe ballot is satisfactory. Also fees for taxi services in Oswego have raised from $3 to $4. Elections committee discussed that there are petitions available for Senators, President, Vice President. Debates areallestablished. Volunteers for next weekend at noon are welcome because that is when all the petitions are due. See Little for more information. Health and Safety committee, the safety task force will be having a meeting, their first was at the endoflast semester.Ifyou have any questions please contact Kristen Benjamin at 341 7010. Long Range Planning committee has nothing to report. Procedure and Finance committee finished election law, it is in packet but will not be brought up. Changes will be next week. Recruitment committee, there is no new business. Need volunteers for open houses, please contact Goldowsky.

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.... Old Business Bill #28-Funds for New Dance Floor. Reister-this is a good bill. Benjamin-did they go to other places for funding to replace the floor. Representative from Blackfriars-they didn't have enough in account to cover this, the amount they have presently in the account is $32. Call to question. Bill passed with11for, and 4 against. Bill #29-Creationofthe College/Community Relations Committee Mission Statement. Call to question. Bill passes unanimously Bill #31-Funds for BSU Dinner. Toso-this is a good bill. BSU is big on this campus, money given to them willbewell used. Lopez-agree 100% with Toso, please support this bill. Goldowsky-they are asking for a little bit too much money, but encourage passing this bill, it is a good bill. Casey-exactly what is $7500 being spent on? BSU representative-bill says for entertainment. Benjamin-would like to amend the bill. Strike line 27-Community Service $2500, change line 29 to $19,700. Pointofinformation-is line 20 changed. -........,Pointofclarification-no. Benjamin-this is a goodbill.This organization is using alloftheir other funding form SA Iinj kHistoryMonth,thatiswhythey need so much money. 'nr JJ aC ,275000Thisisagoodbill,need tolooktoward VJ amend-changelme to.Little would an1zat10ns future for other org Amendment passes.0used for? Are they working other what is the moneygOlngtobeBenjamm-exactly end this bill anymore..'t organizations, urge not toam.Lottimany organizations do good work,1t1Sno thB nJ"anun and 1 e,fies G agreesW1eh need to keep mind on manc o. better than the ot er, SAfee and fair to judge one1S for students that pay therr .f. nformation-are there different pnces Ritter-pomt01students that didn't?

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.....'" -,. """ BSU Representative-yes there is. Call to question. Public Comment and Announcements Little-meet with senate [mance committee to review chartersoforganizations. Christine Barry-NYPIRG is collecting food for a food drive, need volunteers. Goldowsky-many open houses are coming up soon, need volunteerstosit in booths. Nahomey-elections are coming soon. Invite senators to participate again next year Campus Life-Events-all student events, would like some to participate. Benjamin-telecommunications phone book,don'tgive out personal information on students. Wassenaar-policy isinstudent handbook, public information will be listed, otherwise students requests this tobeunlisted. Thursday, Martin Luther King event in Bell Auditorium at 7 p.m. Would like everyone to come. Men's basketball won their 5th game in a row, need support. Gorman-on behalfofPresident Stanley, she looks forward to coming back. Meeting adjourned at 7:04 p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION (315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202Hewitt Union SUNY Oswego, NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO -""""----------------------------..:4.1--, ..StudentAssociation State UniversityatOswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 3 February 1998AGENDA1.CalltoOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive ReportMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President Psycholoby Club Representative SolidState/StateSinger Representative Christine Barry, NYPIRG6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports 7a.OldBusiness Bill#18.NewBusiness Bill #32, Bill #33, Bill #34, Bill #359.PublicCommentandAnnouncements10.Adjournment

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(315)341-3601Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 3 February 1998STUDENT ASSOCiATiON ..Minutes ....'"" +.. The 16th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:43 p.m. with19senators present. Change in agenda, move Bill #l-Election Law from table and put as order #7a-Old Business. Changeinminutes, page 3 line 9, need to changedon'tto does. The agenda and minute's were approved. President's Report Hafner would like to nominate Tom Varian as his executive assistant. Varian's office hours wouldbeMondays 3-4. Senator Zarecki will be partofthe SAPB, her office hours are Thursdays 1-2. Would like to nominate Jaime Fiacco to the Supreme Court, her office hours will be 1:45-2:45. Hafner discussed the centro pub crawl issue. Seems that 3 windows were broken, and a few fights broke out this weekend. He will be meeting with a centro representative on Wednesday to discuss these incidents. Would like all senators to discuss this with the students, this is an important issue and it needs to be addressed as soon as possible.OnSunday, February 8th, the SAPB Lectures Committee will not be having David Silverman, the creatorofthe Simpsons. Silverman requested the lecturetobe rescheduled for April.SAsaid no to him,ifthere is no reply SA would take legal measures against him. Bill #31-Funds for BSU Dinner-Hafner hasn't signed the bill yet. A bill with this amountofmoney needs to be examined fully.SAhas a process for the budget council, would not wanttofall into a pattern for events already in budget, please be careful as what bills are passed from now on. Psychology Club Representatives discuss bill #32-Funds for Psychology Club Conference. The psychology has been around for a numberofyears, are proposing to send a groupoftheir members to a conference that the club was invited to. The club has asked for these funds because the hotel rates are high. Did receive student rates at the Marriott Hotel. The whole trip is costing $1,635. They are expected to be gone 2/26 3/1, the conference will be held on Boston. They have done some fundraisers, asked professors to help, and will ... be sending out letters to other organizations for help.Inthe past the club hasn't gonetothe conference because they weren'tSAfunded, but now they are. Ritter-how did you chose who wastogo to conference and who wasn't. Representatives-based this on which members were most interested to go, and whom has been reliable .,;., IIThe club has come up with $600, butit'snot enough to cover for the whole trip. Students do not pay dues. Cheeks-do you think it is unreasonable for the students to pay the $20 registration fee? Why are there 12 >' students going to the conference, how did the members come up with this number?

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Representatives-thought the club would raise enough money to cover the trip fees. The students will be paying for their food, and other expenses. Originally there were 20 students interested, but it was cut down 12. Zarecki-how long did the club know about this conference? Representatives-they have known about the conference since the beginningoflast semester, butdidn'tknow where the conference was being held and how much it was going to cost. Allers-how would the restofthe campus benefit from sending these students? Representatives-the students going will learn how to speak in frontofothers about certain topics, this will be useful when they set up presentationsonQuest Day. :\.i,.....1. Bill #34-Jazz Festival Support. Solid State singers discussed the funds they are asking on this bill. They were invited in 1994, ranked 5th outof57. This club is currently funded by SA. In their accounts payable there is $6,500, students are contributing $4,500. They are asking #3,500 from SA, which is for transportation. The meals will be covered by the students. This competition is the most competitive one around. Goldowsky-who is going to this competition? Representatives-40 students, 3 sound technicians, and their instructor. Benjamin-what is account #646? Representatives-account #646 is the equipment account, and account #649 is the repairofinstruments account. Zarecki-is the club doing any funding for the competition, andifso how much did you raise? Representatives-they are doing shows, students incur the meal costs. They have raised $900 so far. Turner-when is the competition? Representatives-4/23-25 is the actual festival. Barry-discussed the NYPIRG referendum, this was approved by the boardoftrustees in NY. Reister-is this a mandatory fee? Barry-yes it is, but through no defaultofNYPIRG. Lopez-what happensifthe students vote yes or no? Barry-if voted yes, NYPIRG staysoncampus, and will get$3from the SA fee from the students.Ifvoted no then the SA fee willbe$3 less, and NYPIRG will notbeoncampus Vice-President's Report Cassidy would like to confIrm, with no objection, Porter as his executive assistant. Senators terms endonApril 30th, petitions due in theSAoffice on Friday. Finance Report Account #915-Balance-negative $8,269.06 Account #916-Balance-$3,832 Casey discussed the fund balance which is $268,527, this doesn't include $125,000 minimum balance. 75%ofthe fund balance is for capital expenditures-$21O,395.25, 20% is for emergencies-$53,705.40, and5%is for whateverSAseems fit-$13,426.35. The negative all partofthe 5% category. Lopez-does this reflect bill #31-Funds for the BSU dinner? Casey-yes. Reister-for the money set aside, who deems what is an emergency? Casey-the senate. Benjamin-what is account #914? Casey-management contingence. Bill #33-Additional Funds for SAPB Cinevisions-brought in $2400 in income. Ritter-if we give BSU $5,000 what will that do to the fund balance? Casey-SA has $5,157.19 to use what the senate deems necessary. Bill #31-Funds forBSUdinner. Casey-BSU is selling advertisements as a fundraiser, which is still underway. HUBAC is helping in sponsoring the dinner. BSU has a $500 income line,ifthey make anything over $500 they need to showitto SA.

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CommitteeReports . ..., -College/Community Relations reported on. theywill be meetmg 4pmm City Hall. The taxi fare has gone up from $3 to$4.PresIdent Hafner will be talking to centro about the centro problem. Elections committee-there are 4 debates scheduled. On 2/16 at 7pmwill be the.Oswegonian willbeinThursday 2/19 edition. There will be a WNYO on 2/23 at 6:30pmWIllbe theSAcandIdate debate, and on 3/2 willbetheWTOPdebate. Need more petitlons. Health and Safety committee has not met yet, but has a meeting with Cindy Adams. Long Range Planning committee is reviewing policies to rent theSAvans, and willbemeeting at 12:30 on Friday in theSAoffice. Procedure and Finance committee isfinishing up Bill #l-Election Law. Recruitment committee needs help for the open house .....II>< Finance committee-club and organization charters are due, there are 10 clubs being held in tier 2 because their charters were not approved or they didn't hand one in. An alternative to this is to have the senate with a bill to be let back into their original tier.III '...Wi... Old Business Bill #l-Election Law Reister-urge quick passage. Little-commend procedure and finance committee, president and vice-president. Lopez-pointofinformation-in lines 200-203, what happens to the $20 candidates must submitifthey '" decide not to run? Little-pointofclarification-it is allocated amongst the candidates, they put the $20 in but get it back in funding. Benjamin-would like to amend-wants to strike lines 206 and 207. Feels this limits the candidates resources,ifthey could find a cheaper price someplace else this would be beneficial. Little-this clause has always been there.Ifthe candidates go outofOswego the Purchase Orders will take a much long time to process, this is also good community relations. Casey-it is better to stay in the community for P.O.'s, this moves the process along much quicker. Goldowsky-good comments from Little and Casey. Feels this is also good community relations. Lopez-feels this is good community relations, but this is not going to boost the community. Reister-vote noonamendment. Benjamin-feels this is a dubious argument, candidate should be given the option. Lopez agrees with Benjamin. Amendment fails. Call to question. Lopez-disagrees with lines 200-203. '.. Goldowsky-feels we need lines200-203, this weeds out the people not totally sincere about running for office. Little-does not restrict what amountofmoney being spent, this clause has worked in the past. Call to question. Bill passes-17 yes, 2 no. Bill #3 I-Funds forBSUDinner. Little-need to amend bill. Benjamin-this dinner has been planned for a while, it takes 6 weeks, we shouldn't change howmuchis spent, why rescind it. "". Toso-passed bill last week, why do we need to amend. Barrie-a week ago this bill was good, whyisn'tit good today. John-senate has 6 weeks to pass, please reconsider bill. .BSUrepresentative-senate body decided unanimously that this is a good bill, why isitbeing questioned tomght.

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''', Motion to amend bill fails.Calltoquestion.NewBusiness Bill #32-Funds for PsychologyClubConference. Sponsors-Reister, Zarecki, Lopez, Toso. Bill #33-Additional Funds forSAPBCinevisoins. Sponsors-Little, Zarecki, Toso, Turner, Lopez. Bill #34-Jazz Festival Support. Sponsors-Zarecki, Goldowsky, Reister, John, Turner, Cheeks, Barrie, Lopez, Freidel. Bill#35-NYPIRGReferendum. Sponsors-Little, Reister, Freidel, Toso, Turner, Benjamin, Lopez. Public Comment and Announcements Reister-Election Law-the Elections committee looked at this bill for 4 months. Committee isopento everyone, and would like totalkto committee about this bill.Itwould be easier to change and make amendmentsinthe committee meeting than at senate meeting. Little-BSU, sorry this was held up for a week. Would like to announce the retirementofDeanWassenaar. Cheeks-announced that Johnson Hall will not tolerate PapaJohn'sprice increase. <. Benjamin-need to look at financial issues concerning the fund balance.Lookat accounts that are laying "....., dormant for years, need to watch howwespend money. Lopez-concerning theBSUdinner, College/Community and Relations committee would liketohelp out. There are 3 new bills coming up regarding a database format. Meeting adjourned at 8:00p.m..... 'C

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-smdenta202HewittUnion'SUNYOswego,NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGO ...... STUDENT ASSOCKATKON.1"""'--------------------------.::4.1:: .. ...'. StudentAssociation State UniversityatOswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 17th Meeting10February 1998AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approvalof Agenda4.Approvalof Minutes5.Executive ReportMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice PresidentStudentArtExhibition Committee RepresentativeOntarianRepresentative UMO, SolidState/StateSinger RepresentativesHonorsStudentCouncil Representative6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports8.Special Orders Bill #36, Bill #39, Bill#40 -... 9.OldBusiness Bill #32, Bill #33, Bill #34, Bill#3510.NewBusiness Bill #37, Bill #38, Bill #41, Resolution #711.PublicCommentandAnnouncements10.Adjournment

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenra202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126Student Association State UniversityatOswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 17th Meeting 10 February 1998COLLEGE lIT OSWEGO STUDENTASSOCXATXON'--IfA--------------------------:i-JlU'! MinutesThe17th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to orderat6:37 p.m. with20senators present.Theagenda and minutes were approved. President's Report Hafner confirmed lastweeknominations: Zarecki as SAPB chairperson, Varian asHafner'sexecutive assistant, and Jaime Fiaccoasa memberofthe Supreme Court. Executive order #3-Database CreationForSA-Lopez accepted the position as database coordinator. Vice..president's Report StudentArtExhibition Committee Representative asked tobereinstated back into tier 3.Thereason theydidn'tmeet the deadline for constitutions was because they needed to modify theirs.Inorder to do so they must give members a2weeknotice before the constitution is changed. This committee has existed for 35 years.Ithas helped with orientation, holds art showswhichareopento everyone. This committee needs to plan more in advance, so they can turn in their constitutionontime. Little-they have had an officer change, theyhada meeting to inform studentsofchange. Ontarian Representative would like to be reinstated to tier 3 because high publication.Ifthey are not reinstated the yearbook could increase from its current $35 to $100. There had been a miscommunication somewhere, they were told that theydidn'tneed todoanother constitution becausetheir'swas alreadyonfile.UMO,Solid State/State Singer Representatives would like to be reinstatedbackinto tier 3,ifnot theycan'tperform.Theybring a lotofartistic endeavors to this campus.Didn'tmeet untilthefirstweekofschool, and the constitution was due the first week. Casey-Bill #34-Jazz Festival Support-account #652 is meals accountandaccount#654is transportation account.It'sall going towards transportation.Whyis this organization using $1,000 on 2 organizations, what about the other6?Whichever group is invited somewhere that group couldusethe funds. Could your organization raise money before the festival? Representative-they are having to performances to raise money.Theresident halls are another sourceofrevenue to look into. Honors Student Council Representative-Bill #41-Funds for Honors Student Council.Theyhave $675, this is enough to send honors council would likeSAto provide for other half. This conference is more expensive than the others. Another formoffunding is going to their departments around campus, and auxiliary services could give a grant for such a conference.SAhas a problem funding non-SA organizations. ,.

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.......i. Finance Report Account #9 1 5-Balance-negative $8,269.06 Account #916-Balance-$3,832. Casey discussed Bill #32-Funds for Psychology Club Conference. Have donated $420.40, are asking for $1,000, consider the registration fees Bill #33-Additional Funds for SAPB Cinevisions-there was a miscommunication. Bill #40-UMO, State Singers, Solid State,&Chamber Singers Reinstatement to Tier 3-they were given acalIon1/26 about their constitution, as well as prior notices. They also haven't sent in summaries for the full year, and any fundraisers done mustbeapproved first. They would be able to survive under tier 2, except UMO. Bill #36-StudentArtExhibition Committee Reinstatement to Tier 3-they receive $13,800 for their funding, would be able to survive under tier 2 status. Bill #39-0ntarian Reinstatement to Tier 3-they receive $47,231.60 as their funding, their income line is $11,550, they wouldn't be able to survive under tier2.Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee met earlier today, discussed off-campus issues, on campus housing, and halogen lamps-want to get them reinstated. Elections committee reported officially there are 4 senators running for this year, hall council will run elections during hall elections. Would like to thank Senators Turner and Toso for their help. Health and Safety committee passed around new blue light information. They also need help with recreating SEEP. Long Range Planning committee discussed the rentalofvans, raising the rates and deposits. Procedure and Finance committee has nothing to report. Recruitment committee has nothing to report. Finance committee would like the senate to look at bills very carefully, and how organizations are effected by putting them into tier 2 status. Special Orders Bill#36-StudentArtExhibition Committee Reinstatement to Tier 3 Sponsors-Little, Freidel, Lopez, Zarecki, Ritter Little-they should be put back to tier3,they had a complete changeofofficers, they offered a rational reasonofwhat happened-they had problems at the beginningofthe semester. Freidel-they did totryto get things some on time. Ritter agrees, thinks they should be put back as a tier 3 organization. Call to question. Bill passes unanimously Bill #39-0ntarian Reinstatement to Tier 3 Sponsors-Benjamin, Toso Benjamin-this will affect each year what the organization will get. Toso agrees with Benjamin,ifnot reinstated the yearbook will cost $100, not everyone could afford to buy one. Call to question. Bill passes 17 for, 3 against.

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it!.' ... ":l".;:.. Bill #40-UMO, State Singers, Solid State,&Chamber Singers Reinstatement to Tier 3 Sponsors-Goldowsky, Ritter, Barrie, Reister, Lopez. Goldowsky-UMO&State Singers are as important as any other organization, urge quick passage. Ritter agrees with Goldowsky. Barrie-what they do is good for the community campus. Lopez thinks they are a good asset to the . Little-this organization needs to be more responsIble for the money gIven to them. MIstakes have been madeonboth sides. Casey-thisorganization is in the same last semester..,., Benjamin-UMO, Solid State, and Chamber Smgers have they Don t pass until their constitution and charter have been approved, other than that thisISa good bIll. Reister-thisisn'tan illegal billifpassed, bill shouldbepassed, they made mistakes Call to question. Bill passes19for, 1 against. Old Business Bill #32-Funds for Psychology Club Conference. Zarecki would like to amend-strike line 32&33, line 36 wouldbereduced to $760. This is good for the club. Lopez-pointofinformation-what tier are they in. Pointofclarification-tier1.Toso-it's not fair to cut their funds in the bill. Little-there was a miscommunication on their part, they must ask for what is necessary,ifall12students go 8 are seniors. Call to question. Bill passes 14 for, 6 against. Bill #33-Additional Funds for SAPB Cinevisions. Little would like to amend line 17-change from $4,000 to $1,200. Goldowsky-would rather take 2 movies out, remove the most unpopular movies. Benjamin-give them $1200, insteadofputting it toO.Zarecki-this organization benefits campus. Toso-this shouldbepassed. Turner-this is a great bill, urge quick passage. Lopez-hall thinks the bill should be looked at more closely, cut some movies. Reister-this benefits everyoneoncampus. Casey this organization brought in $2400, movies are good, do a lot for $1200, could get another $2400. Barrie-don't cut movies, denying students. Goldowsky-still getting income. Benjamin-lose income from that movie. Little-they offer movies every week in school, there is also a large selectionofmovies. Call to question. Bill passes 18 for, 1 against, 1 abstetion. Bill #34-Jazz Festival Support. Zarecki would like to congratulate the organization for having this opportunity. Goldowsky-would like to amend line 29, change $3500 to $1750. Objection. Little for them this is wonderful opportunity, unfortunately they need to cut what they areasking for. Agrees with Goldowsky and Zarecki. Reister-please give the full $3500, thisisn'tgoing to hurt. This is a good thing for the campus. Zarecki-the publicity is good, they need to do other things to raise money. Benjamin-can do things, give $3500. Ritter-say no to the amendment, give full $3500. Lopez would like to amend the amendment, change line 29 from $1750 to $3,000, change line 30 to $8,000. This allocation is more realistic, UMO could raise $500 in 2 months.

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Little-this is a worth wild cause, urge caution. Casey-this organization brings a wonderful thing to this campus, but need to rethink how they follow policiesofSA. Goldowsky-SA'scurrent financial situation doesn't let us give $3000. There are other clubs thatwon'tbeable to receive money fromSAifthisamendment is passed, change back to $1750. Toso feels the amendment to the amendment, $3000, is much more realistic. Call to question. Amendment passes. Barrie-good idea to give them the $3000. Little-would like to amend line 27, change account #649 to account #648. Change line31to, be it further enacted thatifany fundraiser that may occur and net profits cause account #654be$8500, be returned to account #915. Amendment passes. Call to question. Bill passes 19 for, 1 against. Bill #35-NYPIRG Referendum. Little-this is a follow up obligation to NYPIRG. Reister-this needs to be left up to the students. Toso agrees with Reister. Turner-let voters decide. Lopez feels this is a good bill. Passesbygeneral consent.NewBusiness Bill #37-Creationofthe Senate Legislation Database. Sponsored by the Senate body. Bill #38-Student Association Bill Amendment to Student Association Senate Legislation Format. Sponsored by the Senate body. Bill #41-Funds for Honors Student Council. SponsoredbyToso. Deferred to procedure and finance committee. Resolution #7 -Congratulations to the Membersofthe Student Association. Sponsoredbythe Senate body. Pass by Acclamation Public Comment and Announcements Little-encourage to help writing a bill, need to help organizations out. Reister-need people on procedure and finance committee. Zarecki-will help organizations raise money. Benjamin-Heath and Safety will meet after this meeting, need help with SEEP, need to look inot different ways to generate revenue. Lopez agrees with Zarecki, faced with what is critical and what isn't. Blackfiars gave a thank you letter to SA. Nahorney-senate needs to put together a session on fundraising. Benjamin-HUBAC-needs a senator on board. Meeting adjourned at 8:05 p.m.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION.1""" COLLEGEATOSWEGO202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY13126StudentAssociation State UniversityatOswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 18th Meeting 17 February 19981.Call toOrder .. 2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.Approvalof Minuteswww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-54105.Executive ReportMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President HUBAC Representative BrothersAndSistersInChrist Representative6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance .... 7.CommitteeReports8.SpecialOrdersBill #449.OldBusiness Bill #37, Bill #38, Bill#4110.NewBusiness Bill #42, Bill #43, Bill #46, Bill #47, Resolution #811.PublicCommentandAnnouncements10.Adjournment

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenra202HewittUnion'SUNY Oswego,NY13126COLLEGE fIT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON..f"-------------------------:;;:;DJ Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 18th Meeting 17 February 1998MINUTES .. The18th meetingofthe 33rd Legislative Session was called to order at 6:34 p.m. with 17 senators present.Theagenda was approved after Student Association Bill [SLE.33.45] was removed by Senator Benjamin. The minutes were approved President's Report President Hafner reportedthere have been more problems with the "Late Night" shuttle bus.Hewill meet with Centro this week to discuss possible solutions. SAPB Lectures Committee is presenting ''The Real World on Tour" with three former cast membersofthe show. It will be held Tuesday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Hewitt Union Ballroom.--Vice President's ReportTherepresentative from Brothers And SistersInChrist (BASIC) spokeonStudent Association Bill [SLE.33.44]. They would like to be reinstated to Tier 3 status. They were dropped to Tier 2 becauseofa hold up on their constitution. They have 35 regular members, hold weekly meetings, provide transportation to church, and sponsor random events (speakers and roller skating). They need a larger budget for these events.TomRyan, DirectorofPublic Safety, said they are working on obtaining off-campus jurisdiction. Thinks blue lights are needed on campus but not sureifmore are necessary. Finance Report DirectorofFinance Molly Casey reported the following account balances: Acct. #915: -$12,709.06 Acct. #916: 3,832.00 Supports SLE.33.46,ifanyone has any questions, please stop by the office and she willbehappy to help. Committee Reports Elections: There will be a candidate debate Monday, in the Union and one Tuesday, on WNYO.'"Health&Safety: Looking to purchase more blue lights, working on the student escort patrol. Procedure&Finance: SLE.33.41 should be amended or not supported. Finance Committee: Nominations for open seat. Senator Reister wins over John

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.. ..'. J.. .. f ,.,itfr. ...Nominations for Ex-Officio Budget Council member. Senator Lopez wms, no other candidate. Special Orders SLE.33.44 BASIC Reinstatement to Tier 3 Sponsor: Sen. Cheeks Cheeks: Good organization. Reister: Forgave others, forgive them. Passed: 20YONOAOld Business SLE.33.37 CreationofSenate Legislation Database Sponsor: The Senate Body Lopez: Amend line 2, 18,13Passed: General Consent SLE.33.41 Funds for Honors Student Council Sponsor: Senator Toso Toso: Amend six to four people, one room for three nights at $330 New total is $790 Goldowsky: Amend first total to $690, second total to $15 Amendment passes. Passed: 15Y 5NOANew Business SLE.33.42 Transfer within HUBAC for Winterfest Sponsors: Sen. Little, Benjamin,&Toso SLE.33.43 Funding to Bring SULaw Students to Campus Sponsors: Sen. Allers&Zarecki SLE.33.46 Net Asset Parameters Sponsor: The Senate Body SLE.33.47 Fund Balance Increase Sponsor: The Senate Body RES.33.8 ReinstatementofHalogen Lamps on Campus Sponsor: The Senate Body After discussion as to whether lamps are safe, motion to table resolution. Motion fails. Vote:lOYION,Chair votes no. Resolution fails. Public Comment and Announcements Little: Urge caution on voting for SLE.33.43, more discussion is needed, will increase spending $1500, already have interns. Should have Good Friday and Passover off. Benjamin: Need more help and advice from law experts. Goldowsky: Important to read bills to understand and for minutes, urge not to motion waivingofreadingofbills. Reister: Congratulations to hockey team on two wins this weekend; waivingofreadings save time. Cheeks: BoycottofPapa Johns becauseofcoupon problems, urge other halls to help. Got back 25% student discount. Lopez: Take RES.33.8 back to halls. Benjamin: Call her for questions on SLE.33.43. Meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m .

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STUDENTASSOCKATKON COLLEGE lIT OSWEGO202Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NY 13126 .. StudentAssociation State University at OswegoSenate '. 33rd Legislative Session 19th Meeting it 23February 19981.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.Approvalof Minuteswww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315) 341Fax(315) 341-54105.Executive ReportMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President Chemistry Club Representative6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports8.OldBusiness SLE.33.42, SLE.33.43, SLE.33.46, SLE.33.479.NewBusiness SLE.33.48, SLE.33.4910.PublicCommentandAnnouncements 11.Adjournment ..

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego.NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 19th Meeting 24 February 1998COLLEGE xr OSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION ...1""'-----------------------------:;;;:;4.1 .... Minutes The 19th meetingofthe 33rd Legislative Session was called to order at 6:35 p.m. with 20 senators present. Zarecki changed the minutes by striking "Upset laughter tabling" from line 97. Agenda and minuteswere approved. President's Report Hafner discussed students typingSA'slegislation, this taskwon'tbe feasible to finish this spring semester, but the transition will be done at the endofthe semester. The pub crawl was uneventful this weekend. SAPB is bringing in 3 people from the Real World cast on March 3rd at 7:30 p.m. This event will be free for all students that paid theirSAfee. Vice-President's Report Representative from the Chemistry Club discussed SLE.33.49-Funds for Chemistry Club Trip to National Conference. They have been invited to do a chemistry demo in Dallas, Texas. They are the only SUNY school awarded this in their chapter. They were able to get free lodging. The bill is for supplies for the demo. Need to change the total to $113.47, and total costsofsupplies and airfare is now $1439.67. For their northeastern meeting they brought back supplies, books, etc. They did a little fund raising for this conference, things were also donated to them. The chemistry dept.can'tgive them any money,ifthisisn'tpassed people must be cut from the trip, They could work with 3 people going. Finance Report Casey reported the following balances: Account #915: -$12,724.06 Account #916: $ 3,832. SLE.33.42 Transfer within HUBAC for Winterfest-is a transfer between accounts, $842.40, was given to them last year. Committee Reports CommunitylRelations committee has nothing to report. Elections committee discussed the Supreme Court case discrepancy with campaign. Will meet on Thursday at 4 p.m. Heath and Safety committee discussed national funding for blue lights, and will look into listing home information in campus phonebook. Long RangePlanning committee has nothing to report.

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.". .....Procedure and Finance committee-looks at billsonan informal basis.Wouldlike SLE.33.43, SLE.33.46, and SLE.33.47 officially sent to the committee. Recruitment committee has nothing to report. Old Business SLE.33.42 Transfer withinHUBACfor Winterfest. Little this isjusta simple transfer, urge full passage. Benjamin this is a transfer between accounts, they setupthemoney tobespent. Toso-just a transfer, urge quick passage. Call to question SLE.33.43 Funding to BringSULaw Students to Campus Allers-thinks this is a good bill for student visitation. Zarecki-thinks this is a good opportunity, they have law school behind them. Motion to move to procedure and finance committee. SLE.33.46NetAsset Parameters Little-table bill to procedure and finance committee. SLE.33.47FundBalance Increase Toso-table bill to procedure and finance committee. New Business SLE.33.48 Three-year Plans Presented to Senate. Sponsors: Reister, Toso, Benjamin, Turner, Lopez. SLE.33.49 Funds for Chemistry Club Trip to National Conference. Sponsors: Little, Reister, Barrie. Public Comment and Announcements Little-committee meeting after this meeting. Goldowsky-doesn't thinkweshould waive the readingsofthe bills. This reading gives the senators a refresher as what the bills are about. Lopez-there are charges brought against him from the elections committee.Hehopeshehas the supportofthe senate,ifthere are any questionsorcomments please contact him. Reister-procedure and finance committee will meet after this. Zarecki-Nicole Quero got Oswego High School to broad cast announcementofReal World Lecture. Nahorney-Men's basketball team made it to SUNYACS. Hockey isSUNYACchamps, it is $2/student, $5/adults to attend games. Saturday night is theBSUdinner. Benjamin-gaveoutphone number concerning bills, it is 341-7010. Rumors about candidates have gottenoutofhand, not true. Cheeks-good luck to all those running, senate could motion to waive readings,ifthe senators do theirjobsthey will read the bills Meeting adjourned at7:12p.m.

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-smdenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGE Kr OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON"",....,---------------------------..:][1...,. StudentAssociation State UniversityatOswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 20th Meeting 3 March 1998AGENDA ...t 1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.Approvalof Minutes 5. Executive ReportMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice PresidentDeanScharfenberger UpdateonHartHall Sailing Club Representative Biology Club Representative ...!:,. 6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports8.OldBusiness SLE.33.48, SLE.33.499.NewBusiness SLE.33.50, SLE.33.51,SLE.33.52, SLE.33.53 10. PublicCommentandAnnouncements11.Adjournment\I"

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(315) 341-3601 Fax (315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION....I""'-----------------------------:::;rJU Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 20th Meeting 3 March 1998 Minutes The 20th meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:38pmwith21senators present. Changeinthe agenda, add SLE.33.43: Funding to Bring SU Law Students to Campus to old business. Agenda and minutes were approved. President's Report Hafner spoke about SLE.33.52: Funds for MayDay. MayDayisfunded by SAPB, they didn't put money put aside for MayDay. The money is on paper$30,000, there is no money from senate to back this up. Accounts #835 and 836 are titled Senate approved speakers and Campus common development, respectively. SLE.33.51: Maximum Budgetary Allocation for Tier 2 Groups. This bill enables every organization in Tier 2 an equal portionofmoney. This was based on last fall's budget council, this is basically a safety net for smaller organizations. ..,... Vice President's Report Dean Scharfenberger, update on Hart Hall, Johnson Hall is a good resident hall for freshman students, Hart Hall is targeted toward juniors and seniors. Hart is basedonan extensionofspecial interest housing. This gives the students more contact with faculty, is a broad theme, no strict, direct line theme.Itis opening upasa living learning center at Oswego, informal activity with a faculty member. On each floor the 2 comer rooms are joined, for an apartment for afaculty resident. In the hall 8 faculty apts., 8 graduate apts., and 2 classrooms. There is also afaculty director to help the faculty. This does discriminate against certain students because it doesn't have a traditional resident haIl structure. ,...\ISailing Club Representative discussed SLE.33.50: Funds for Sailing Club. MAISA needs funding for dues and plaques for the races. Plaques are 5@$20 each, dues is $87.50. The sailing club has about 35 members, theydon'trequire a membership dues. Biology Club Representative discussed SLE.33.53: Funds for Biology Club Trip to Biodome. The Biodome is in Montreal, $320 is halfofthe transportation fee, this will cut costs for the students. There are 25 students going, they are paying for lodging, food, etc. They have done many fund raisers, there are about 30 members, it fluctuates between 20 25.

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-,w ,....."7J,t..,,. Finance Report Casey reported the following balances: Account #915:-$12,724.06 Account #916: $ 3,832.00 SLE.33.49: Funds for Chemistry Club Trip to National Conference. They turned in only one monthly summary which was in October. SLE.33.53: Funds for Biology Club Trip to Biodome. This organization is very consistent with their fund raising. SLE.33.51: Maximum Budgetary Allocation for Tier 2 Groups. Groups in tier 2 are given a maximumof$2700. Thisisso one organization is given more than the other. Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee reports a possible dinner in April, will welcome any feedback given to the committee. Elections committee would like to thank the committee members for all the help given for the elections taking place. Mid-day tally was 957 votes, goal is 1800 Health and Safety committee reports that social security numbers onillcards will no longer be there starting next year. Long Range Planning committee has nothing to report. Procedure and Finance committee reports SLE.33.43: Funding to Bring SU Law Students to Campus, needs work in which the committeecan'tdo. SLE.33.46: Net Asset Parameters, needs morework, important, it needs a lotofconsideration. SLE.33.47: Fund Balance Increase, still discussing. Recruitment committee has nothing to report. Old Business SLE.33.48: Three-year Plans Presented to Senate. Motion to waive reading passed. Reister-thisisa good bill, builds redundancy. Toso-agrees with Reister, know what is going on. Lopez-this is financial. Call to question. SLE.33.49: Funds for Chemistry Club Trip to National Conference. Motion to waive reading passed. Little-would like to amend change total $1439.67 This is a simple change. Amendment passes. Little feels this is valuable to the institution. Reister-thisisa good bill, agrees withLittle, good opportunity for Oswego. Barrie-pass asap. Goldowsky-reinstate, didn'ttumin summaries, pay for experiments. Benjamin-they are 18th in the country, they pullinmore chemistry majors than any other major at Oswego.

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-,.."I ...j'" Little-amend line 41, add be it further enacted that finance department reimburseairline tickets above sumsifnecessary -be it further enacted that the above clause contingent upon all submissionsofall monthly summaries. Casey-be consistent with actions,can'treimburse for things already purchased. Call to question. Amendment passes. Casey-if passed this will put account 915 more in the red. Allers-fIrst amendment was worded badly. Goldowsky-vote for amendment 2, to decrease the amount. Benjamin-pass bill as $1400. Call to question. Amendment fails. Call to question. Passes: 14 for, 6 against SLE.33.43: Funding to BringSULaw Students to Campus. Reister-bill needs to be worked out more, people need to work out details with group. Benjamin-table to Long Range Planning committee. New Business SLE.33.50: Funds for Sailing Club. Sponsored by Reister, Girardi, Little, Lopez, Toso, Goldowsky, Freidl SLE.33.51: Maximum Budgetary Allocation for Tier 2 Groups. Sponsors-Allers, Little, Barrie, Toso. SLE.33.52: Funds for MayDay. Sponsors-Barrie, Benjamin, John, Toso, Reister, Friedl, Lopez. SLE.33.53: Funds for Biology Club Trip to Biodome. Sponsors-Little, Williamson, Allers, John, Toso, Girard. Public Comment and Announcements Lopez-this is the fIrst oftwo daysofelections. Would like to commend the elections committee for ajobwell done, student awareness has gone up as a whole. Little-election committee meeting after this is adjourned Benjamin-our present ballot boxes are confusing, emphasizes write-ins. Nahomey-Mens basketball is in march madness, hockey is also in the finals. Cheeks-thanks Reister and Little about inviting him their to Hall Council. Goldowsky-bills must be read, chemistry amendment is going against the lawsofSA. Meeting adjourned at 8:04 pm.

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studema202Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGE fIT OSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION..> I }h StudentAssociation State University at OswegoSenate33rd Legislative Session 21st Meeting 17 March 1998AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.Approvalof Minutes5.Executive ReportMarkHafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President History Club Representative6.Finance Report Molly Casey, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports8.OldBusiness SLE.33.50, SLE.33.51, SLE.33.52, SLE.33.53 ,It;-..I,I 9.NewBusiness SLE.33.54, SLE.33.5510.PublicCommentandAnnouncements 11.Adjournment ,I

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202 Hewitt Union SUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION...,-.----------------------------;;jr)iJ ....it, Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 21st Meeting17March 1998 Minutes The21st meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to orderat6:45pmwith18senators present. Agenda was approved. Change in minutes page 2 lines 74 and 81, add waive reading, page 2 line 58 change $7800 to $1800. Minutes wasapproved. President's Report Hafner would like to congratulate Senators Allers, Reister, Cheeks. Would like to see the senate vote for SLE.33.51: Maximum Budgetary Allocation for Tier 2 Groups. Would like to invite Zarecki to speak on behalfofthe special events bill for SAPB SLE.33.52: Funds for MayDay.Themoney for this event is suppose to be there, it isonpaper yet there is no backing for it, no revenue. They have $53,000 to spend. This event is an entire weekend which starts on May 3rd with a basketball game and ends with a concert. They asked some membersofthe community to sponsor some events to relieve someofthe costs from SAPB. ",. Finance Report Casey reported the following balances: Account #915:-$14,163.73 Account #916: $ 3,832.00 Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee made more contacts for the off-campus students. They are in the processofsetting up a web page for students to retrieve a listoflandlordoffofthe net, and also tidbits ondo'sand don'ts for renting houses will also be provided. Elections committee would like congratulate allofthe elected officials. 1,459 students voted in this year's election. Health and Safety committee will be meeting later. Long Range Planning committee has nothing to report and will be meeting inSAon Thursday at 1 pm.

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. ..'.., "/Old Business SLE.33.50: Funds For Sailing Club. Girardi-this is a good bill, feels they are not asking for a lotofmoney. Little would like to amend, add to line 33 the following: that a thank you note be drafted and sent to the above mentioned people. Toso would like to amend line 31, change to 5 plaques@$20 each. Agree with Little, this is a good bill, and they are not asking for a lotofmoney. Goldowsky feels the same. Lopez-was a memberofthe sailing club, hope to see them participate further with the students and community. Call to question. Allers-abstained from voting because didn't talk about this bill at the hall meeting, unsure how students want to vote. Bill passes17for, 1 abstention. SLE.33.51: Maximum Budgetary Allocation for Tier 2 Groups. Allers this bill will make it fair forallorganizations in tier2.Little feels this is a wise bill, wind up taking money from others. Barrie-pass, this is a good bilL Toso agrees with what has been said, fair for organizations. Goldowsky-this limits money, doesn't make sense, limiting the campus' major organizations will not be able to work. Lopez-as a whole this is good for the budgetary processes. Benjamin-bill must fail, agrees with Goldowsky. Girardi-would insure that all procedures would be followed by the organizations. Zarecki-this is a deterrent for the organizations to do whatSAasks them to, i.e. handing in monthly summaries on time. Allers agrees with Zarecki, should be punished becauseofnot following proper procedures. Toso agrees with Allers, bill is a good way to keep organizations in line to follow procedures. At least four organizations were reinstated this semester to their original tiers,won'tnecessarily lose allofthe money they were allocated. Little-agrees with Zarecki, Allers, Toso, organizations have a responsibility to SA. They need to let us know what is going on with them, how and what they are doing. Lopez-pointofinformation-was the 5% taken into consideration? Pointofclarification-yes. Goldowsky-senate doesn't give money to organizations, students paySAfee, in which the senate properly allocates certain amountofmoney to certain organizations, students then get services in paying this fee.IfWTOPdidn't hand in charter, dropped to tier 2, have hardly any funding becauseofbeing dropped.Inturn the students are being punished. Zarecki-not punishing allofSA funded organizations. Call to question. Bill passes with 16 for, 2 against. SLE.33.52: Fund for MayDay. Barrie-this is a big event on campus, have enjoyed it in the past,itwill be even bigger this year, feels bill should pass. John-agrees with Barrie. Toso-agrees, emphasizes positive attitude on campus.

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ft Little-feels this will bring together the community and campus. Cheeks-feels bill should pass. Call to question. Zarecki-abstained because she is on SAPB. Bill passes with17for, 1 abstention. SLE.33.53: Funds for Biology Club Trip to Biodome. Williamson feels this is a good bill, Biology club has had many fund raisers, and feels this bill should pass. Allers agrees, they have done everything they needed to do. John-thinks bill should pass, they did many fund raisers. Little-this is a wonderful opportunity for the club, this is a hands on experience for them, professors and faculty members willbewith them. Girardi-agrees, they also aren't asking for a lotofmoney. Toso-agrees, they are not asking for a lotofmoney, they are also taking careoffinancial procedures. Goldowsky would like to amend line 29, change to 2 vans@$99.95 per van per day. Call to question. Bill passes unanimously. New Business SLE.33.54: Funds for the History Club Washington, D.C. Trip. Sponsors Little, Allers, Turner, Barrie, Zarecki. SLE.33.55: 1998 All-Campus Election Results. Sponsors Toso, Turner. Public Comment and Announcements Goldowsky-everything passing tonight, going againstSAlaw, take into consideration. Little-meeting with [mance committee after this. Apologize for the remark before to Benjamin,can'tpoint fingers. Benjamin-finance committee makes decisionsaswhole, didn't put any fault on finance committee. Allers-next Wednesday in Oneida Hall there will be a hypnotized, at 7 pm, 2nd or 3rd floor lounge. Turner-Happy St. Patty's Day. Little-collegepolicy about attendance on student's daysofreligious observations. Benjamin-good about not waiving the readings. Lopez-Tuesday@4pmCCRC will meet. Dean Scharfenberger-hold on students accounts, hazing, attendance policy is in the student handbook. Zarecki-registration for summer classes will start on March 23rd. Meeting adjournedat7:32 pm.

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNY Oswego, NY 13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATIONr'-----------------------------.:1Il Student Association State University at Oswego Senate. 33rd Legislative Session .... 22nd Meeting if' 24 March 1998AGENDA 1.Call to Order :-2. Roll Call .. 3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes "I'c' 5.Executive Report .,.,,: Mark Hafner, President r Mike Cassidy, Vice President Mike Flaherty, Auxiliary Services Jose Calderon, History ClubRepresentative Jason Miller, SAVAC Representative ,. 6.Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance Brianne Irving, SAPB Lectures7.Committee Reports .f' 8. Old Business SLE.33.46, SLE.33.54, SLE.33.559.New Business SLE.33.56, SLE.33.57,SLE.33.58 10. Public Comment and Announcements '" 11. Adjournment

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STUDENTASSOCXATXON".,. -.., COLLEGEATOSWEGO202Hewitt Union SUNY Oswego, NY13126Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 24 March 1998www.oswego.edu/-studenraMinutes(315)341-3601Fax (315) 341-5410..' :..; ) J.. J.The 22nd meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:40 p.m. with21senators present. Change in agenda, add SLE.33.46: Net Asset Parameters (Fund Balance) to Old Business before SLE.33.54. Change in minutes, line 80 addIfbefore WTOP, line128delete on one andadd on finance committee. Agenda and Minutes were approved. President's Report Hafner discussed budget process, Bill #5: Tier Bill, tier 3&4 organizations submitted budgets, budget council made recommendations,itis then passed to the finance committee. Finance committee looks over the recommendations, they look at what was done, this is then presented to the senate body. Changes are then made by the president elect. Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. there will be a reception for the senate at President Stanley's house. Encourage all to come, please RSVPassoon as possible to 341-3214. Vice-President's Report Flaherty would like some feedback about the College Store. There has been a decrease in sales, pricesoftext books has gone up, how can the College Store further help the student body. Kraftees see] to have cheaper books, and the lines are much shorter. Kraftees is also competitive with used books. Flaherty is unsure why the College Store doesn't sell Greek paraphernalia, and is willing to look into that. Professors tell the College Store which edition books to order,ifa lower edition will suffice then they will order the lower edition. A student was thrown outofthe College Store for recording book prices. Flaherty knows the student went to public safety, and wishes to not comment on the restofthe incident. The College Store is now looking toward the students' interests. They are now looking at a new strategy, box books. Students could fax, e-mail, etc. their schedules. Employees will put their books in a box and the student is able to pick up the books at their convenience. Also looking at a type0pick up window for this. The College Store doesn't generate a profit from booksorcomputers, but tries to receive a profit from selling T-shirts, hats, sweatshirts, etc. Hiring a p.r. intern was suggested. It doesn't take long to order books through the college store. Students are able to sell books back throughout the semester. Calderon, History Club representative discussed SLE.33.54: Funds for the History Club Washington, D.C. Trip. Every year they plan a typeoffinale for the club. This is a very important trip, students have gone on to obtain jobs from this, it is a typeofvocational field trip. There are currently37members, and each year this increases. The History Club is an open membership. Requesting $600,

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-J' r" .I .., r..." .... ...... \ have done about 3or4 fund raisers in order tocutcosts for the trip, raised about $80.Havereceived support from DeansofArts and Science. History Club is anSAfunded organization.Iffunds not received the club willbein debt $1,080, they will have to add more people to a room. There are a set 37 people goingonthe trip. Miller,SAVACrepresentative discussed SLE.33.56:SAVACPurchaseofFirst Response Vehicle. Would like to purchase arustresponse vehicle as a second vehicle for SAVAC. This vehicle has 4 wheel drive, this is good to get to the hidden fields, old vehicle wouldgetstuck in the grass. First response will hold minimumofwhat is required to hold plusaninstallationofradios, lights. Thiswon'treplace the ambulance. This vehicle is required because, for example, there are many things goingonApril 18th in whichSAVACwouldbeneeded.SAVACprovides 24hourservice, they aredown3-6:3C vehicle will let this person go outoncalls. There are enough people to furnish this new edition. There noproblems with coverage. At least a dozen time throughout the semesterSAVACwill get multiple call Some thought this would be abadidea, tookitinternally and it passed.Someobjections to the addition wasifit was necessary, priceonvehicle, how often calls were coming in, andSAVACjusthadpurchased something last year. Looking at vehicle for future, looking to upgradeSAV AC. There isnotime constraint on ordering the vehicle. The priceifthe city ambulance came out is for a basic call $160, ALS ambulance $290. 300 calls a year@$290 the cost would $94,200 including mileage.Ifthe Fultor ambulance responses for basic it is $295/call, $425 for ALS, they also charge mileage. Finance Report Casey reported the following balances: Account #915:-$14,671.23 Account #916: $ 3,832.00 History Club is a tier 2 organization, they are in the same situation as the Hockey Club.Weretier 2,didn'tcome to budgeting in the fall. $80 in fund raisingisn'twith the student association,itis with the history department. Funds for History Club bill will go from account #915 to account #942.SAVAC'srequest for a vehicle will go into account#91575%category. Committee Reports College/Community Relations committee met at 4 p.m. Looking at adding Kinkos on campus, college entertainment, off-campus housing, on-campus development plan-bill reflects this.CCRCdinne mightbeat the endofApril. Everythingonbill submitted is necessary, would like all students to participate. Considered a3 year plan, workedonthis for several months,didn'twant tochopup, 3 year plan was turned down, needed to reach July 1st deadline. Elections committee bill needs official vote, letterofthanks is in next packet. Health and Safety committee meeting Monday at 5p.m. Long Range Planning committee reportedSUlaw bill was dropped, currently meeting needofstudents. Meeting with Wassenaar and Henderson about vans Procedure and Finance committee needs to make one change on SLE.33.46:FundBalance. Line 66 audit association fiscal year is. This bill in current precedes SLE.33.47 will take effectonWednesday. Recruitment committee reported that there is an open house on April 6th,ifyou would like to setupa boothorsit at one contact Brian in admissions.OldBusiness SLE.33.46:FundBalance Waive reading. Little-process this bill went through was rigorous, would like tocommendworkdone. Call to question. Bill passes unanimously.

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...;... .... SLE.33.54: Funds for the History Club Washington, D.C. Trip. Waive reading. Allers-good idea to send this club to D.C. Turner-would like to see bill passed. Barrie pass bill. Zarecki-they did fund raising, thisisa good bill. Amend line 29-transfer from account #915 to account #942. line 28 change $600 to $520. Pointofinformation-is $80 going to trip already? Pointofclarification-$80 is going to gas and tolls for cars. Call to question. Amendment fails. Amend line 29-transfer from account #915 to account #942. Amendment passes. Call to question. Bill passes19for, 2 against. SLE.33.55: 1998 All-Campus Election Results. Waive reading. Toso this bill formalizes the election results. Little-amend line 46, change from 88 to 78, amend line 48, change from 1464 to 1469. Call to question. Amendment passes. Little-would like to see bill passed. Pass by acclamation. New Business SLE.33.56: SAVAC PurchaseofFirst Response Vehicle. Waive reading. Sponsors: Reister, Little, Benjamin, Zarecki, Toso, Williamson, Friedl, Barrie. SLE.33.57: Creationofthe OCA Computer Information System. Waive reading. Sponsors: Reister, Barrie, Zarecki, Girardi, Benjamin, Turner. SLE.33.58: Rights and PrivilegesofSenators. Waive reading. Sponsors: Allers, Little, Turner, Toso, Lopez, Barrie, John, Wilde, Benjamin, Zarecki, Friedl. Public Comment and Announcements Little-upset, very apathetic, administration's living in make believe world, better faculty for students. Ozone referendum passed71%in favor. Administration is worried about person who sponsored bill, they are graduating, not going to back up. Implore anyonein senate to stand up for students. Cassidy-Shady Shore-RSVP by Wednesday, President Stanley will be here next week. Williamson-Hewitt Union Board, Titanic and Scream 2 were pulled. Allers-hypnotized in Oneida Hall, 3rd floor lounge. Lopez-CCRC meeting Tuesday at 4 p.m. Goldowsky-open house on April 6th. Zarecki-for MayDay-fun flicks, virtual reality-interact with movies, psychic fair. Meeting adjourned at 8:03 p.m..

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(315) 341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDAStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting31March 1998202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON........ 1.Call to Order2.Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Report Mark Hafner, President6.Address to Student Association President Deborah Stanley"t -:, 7.Executive Report Mike Cassidy, Vice President Todd Davenport, SAPB Concert Chair Jack-Lynn Corcoran and Trudi Somers, OCA Volleyball Club Representative Caribbean Student Association Representative 8. Finance Report Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance 9. Committee Reports 10. Presentationof1998 99 Budget Scott Wiley, SA President-Elect .. 11. Special Orders SLE.33.61 12. Old Business SLE.33.56, SLE.33.57, SLE 33.58 13. New Business SLE.33.59, SLE.33.60, RES.33.9, RES.33.1O,RES.33.1l,RES.33.13, RES.33.14 14. Public Comment and Announcements 15. Adjournment-

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(315) 341-3601Fax(315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NY13126COLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCiATiON....--'.. Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 33rd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting31March 1998 Minutes ..1 The 23rd meetingofthe 33rd legislative session was called to order at 6:52 p.m. with212 senators present. 3 Change in agenda, add resolutions13and14to new business. 4 Change in minutes on line 77, change January to July 5 Agenda and minutes were approved. 6 7 President's Report 8 Hafner discussed this past years legislative commitments. As the year started it was 9 disheveled and discombobulated. As year went on many positive things occurred. For 10 example: new election law was passed, new student programming board created, public11safety officers carry battery packs to further aid the students, living accommodations have12improved for students, 3/4ofrecords for SA are now on disk-this will enable the retrieval13and researchofbills to carry over from year to year, budgeting parameters have changed to14better reflect current needs and resources, more work is being done in committees. All this15and more has been done by everyone working together.16SA is the most powerful voice on campus, and it has been heard this year. Senate17has been most effective one that this campus has seen, possibly the best senate ever.18Would like to thank Casey-directoroffinance, Donovan-directorofcommunications, and19the senate body for a great year. 2021Address to Student Association 22 President Stanleydiscussed this years senate body. Since her past 9 yearsofbeing23involved with the administrative aspectofthis school, this senate body has to be oneofthe 24 all time best senates she has encountered. This administration has broughtSAtogether 25 from its loose endsofits past leaders.Itbrings together a new respect and trust for the 26 students on this campus. The work done this year has laid down the ground work for next 27 year.Ithas developed a trust that the students voices will get heard. Presently Stanley is 28 unsureofthe issues students are considering, but would like some feedback on issues that 29 any senators are concerned about. Appreciate manyofthe senators goingtothe reception30at Shady Shore tonight.Ifthere are any questions her door is always open, 706 Culkin31Hall. 32 33 Vice-President's Report 34 Davenport SAPB representative discussed SLE.33.6l: Funds for MayDay Concert.35Every spring SAPB hosts a spring concert. For this spring SAPB needs extra funding to 36 host this semesters concert. For the concerts there are 2 separate times. One is 2-6 in 37 which local bands will be performing, and the 2nd is 6-10, in this bracket there will be DJs 38 and a perform act. Everything closes up at 10 p.rn.. From 2-10 there will be concerts 39 inside and outside. This bill is under special orders becauseinorder to bid for performers40the concert committee must have the money first. They could ask who is available in41advance but need the money to backitup.Inthe bill $8,000 is for a group and also sound-

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<.\ 42 & lighting equipment. $1,000 is for local and $1,500 is for sound and lighting for the DJs. 43 The $8,000 also dependsonwho is available.44The 2 DJs performing will be Jason Acevedo and Todd Davenport. Wouldn't have 45 a problem asking just Jay to DJ becauseofthe issue raisedofconflictofinterest.Ifthe46money not received there will not be a concert for that night. Usually the band that is 47 gotten for this event is a hip hop group, but this also dependsonwhom is available at the 48 time, and also the price rangeofthe groups. After talking to the booking agent it is49possible to compile a list Wednesday morningofthe groups available.50Corcoran OCA representative discussed SLE.33.57: CreationoftheOCA51 Computer Information System. The computers asking for will be a typeofreferral agent 52 for on-campus students looking to liveoffcampus.Itwill involve listsofwhat to look for 53 when wanting to moveoffand the legalization involved. OCA also provides lockers for54offcampus students, these are rented out by the semester. OCA is a typeofinformational 55 source for both on andoffcampus students. Bill #57 will help establish a more 56 professional look for the office. Students will be able to look up information on the 57 computers insteadofusing the lists provided. This will be a much easier process, it will 58 enable the lists to be updated daily. Allofthe furniture is necessary for this to happen. 59 The furniture presently in the office was donated by campus life. The computers are 60 needed for the students. The computers presently in the office are used by the people61running it. A3 year plan was suggested, butisn'teffective for this situation because the 62 office would like the furniture and such all together insteadofin bits and pieces. Creation63ofa web page is also in the making. This will be available not only for theOCAoffice but 64 also for the students to retrieve any information they would like. This web page will only 65 be available in theOCAoffice insteadofthrough ICC because ICC considered this as 66 advertising for the office. OCA will be able to receive e-mail from students regarding any67questions or comments they have. The listoflandlords presentlyonthe wallofthe office 68 will still be there, but will also be available on the computer in updated versions. 69 Computerizing this office will cut back on paper waste. Hard copiesoflists will still be 70 accessible for students, but there will be less copies made becauseofthe computers.71Volleyball club representative discussed SLE.33.59: Funds for Volleyball Club. 72 The club is asking for $350. This includes $70 referee fees for the 5 games leftofthe 73 semester in which they still have to play. 74 CaribbeanSArepresentatives discussed SLE.33.60: Funds for CaribbeanSA75 Backyard Jam. This is an annual event. Caribbean club provides Caribbean awareness, 76 and ethnic diversity on the Oswego campus. Corrections on bill: only need $1,600 for 77 DJs, food for performers and DJs and also campus community. Total for bill will be 78 $3,000. Hotel accommodations will be provided, through Zarecki, at Pathfinder for $5079per night for 10 nights.80This event is a large partofMayDay weekend. About 400 people showed up last81year, it was a very good turnout. Looked at local DJs, but chose these DJs from NYC 82 because they wanted to add diversification to the event. Did some fund raising, which 83 included: 2 bake sales, a flag sale, and plan on having 2 more bake sales. April fund84raising will go towards costumes, etc.Ifmoney not given the club will have to go to other 85 organizations for funding. Backyardjamhasn't had performers for the past 2 years, would 86 like to have them this year and end the semester with a bang. 87 Cassidy would like to thank everyone for their efforts this year. It turned out to be 88 a good year. This has been the best legislation body ever seen in SA.Tothe graduating 89 senators good luck, those staying hopefully will stay with SA, there are many positions90available. Thanks.9192 Finance Report 93 Casey reported the following balances: 94 Account #915: -$15,271.23 95 Account #916: $3,882.00 96Inthe budget packet handed out, in the first column labeled 98-99-this is what the 97 budget council has recommended for the different accounts, column labeled 97-98 is what 98 is allocated this year, and the final column is Scott's adjustments. The senate will be 99 voting, next week, on Scott's adjustments not on what the budget council has

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..., -100 recommended. Accounts #915&916 are affected by bills 46/47 when they go into the red101zone.Won'tknow what the percentages are until next falls audit. Percentage breakdowns 102 for this year are as follows: 1O%-$23,452.00-is the amountofhow much account 915isin 103 the red, itisthe accountofwhat senate deems necessary, and $8,181.47 is the leewayof104 what the senate could use now. 20%-$46,905.00-is the emergency/discrepancy category. 105 70%-$ 164,000.00-is the capital improvements category. SLE.33.61: SAVAC bill willbe106 considered an emergency/discrepancy because this wasn't placed in the budget in the 107 proper way. 108 The second presidential inauguration will be on Tuesday. Thanks for the 109 information on what to do.Itwill be a picnic the night before the inauguration, and lead 110 into the torch light ceremony.111Suggestion for the SA V AC bill, the 3 year plan will not work here, but SA V AC 112 would set up a replacement account, saving up money when they can for the vehicle. So 113 when the time comes they don't needtolook to the senate for funds. This is something to 114 take into consideration and start ASAP. On Todd Davenport DJ'ing, SA is getting a great 115 deal with Todd and Jason, this isn't much of a conflictofinterest. Feels he should DJ for 116 MayDay. MayDay also falls into the 20% discrepancies category.117118 Committee Reports 119 College/Community Relations committee would like to formally thank President 120 Stanley for hosting the reception tonight. Also a formal congratulations to outgoing121president and vice-president. Thanks to everyone for all the support and hard work this 122 year. 123 Conferences will be held on April 2nd-culture & conflict resolutions and April 7th. 124 Bills voting on tonight-OCA, take into consideration what the bill is asking for and pass the 125 bill. 126 Elections committee has nothing to report. 127 Health and Safety committee is still working on SEEP and blue lights for next 128 semester. Looked at fraudulent phone calls being madetostudents. Would like to put 4 129 fake names in the student handbook, so telecommunications could find out what is going 130 on with this.131Long Range Planning committee would like to thank Wassenaar and Harrison to 132 meeting with them and discussing van policies. Friday would like to submit a proposal for 133 van policies and how the vans are dealt with. 134 Procedure and Finance committee has nothing to report. 135 Recruitment committee-there are only 3 or 4 senators for next semester. Goldowsky 136 is setting up a booth at room selection fro students to sign up.Ifwanting tobea senator 137 they could get a petition at the SA office, get signatures, then they havetobe elected by 138 their hall. 139 Finance committee needs to make some changes in the budget packet handed out: 140 first account 473-recommending $1,000, Crew account 514-$3,500 and 515 go down to141$5,000. WNYO account 584-conventions for 2 people change to $400, form a new 142 account 721-1 WNYO executive director, moved from executive account to this accountat143$2,000. WTOP account 6QO-programming changeto$8,700, create account 600-1 144 conventions for 2 people @400. BSU line 662 travel change $1,000 to $1,800, and line 145 215 income line lowerto$1,250. LSU account 683 advertising increase to$500,684146 activities increase to $1,800,686 increase to $1,000, account 217 change to $2,000.147Executive accounts-706-1 $2,500,707-1,715,716 agree with the recommendation, 721-1 148 removed, placed under WNYO, account 722 diversity department lower to 0, 719 lower to 1490.Finance accounts-729-2 changeto$100, 730-assistant's salary increase to $1,620. 150 Officeofvice-president account 751-2 change to $100, 762, 763, 765-1 removed from151vice-president' s budget and moved to senate account. Senate allocation account 765-1152 CCRC $1,000,account 762 $4,050, 763 $850. Each account willbecontrolled by the 153 chairofeach committee. Health and Safety $100, Long Range Planning $100, Procedure 154 and Finance $100, Recruitment $500, and contingency fund $500.Artexhibition 155 committee change to $10,600. OCA remove local account. HUBAC account 821 change 156 to $15,000,823 $3,500. Biology Club transportation line account 851 increase to $700.

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-..);.... 157 Black friar account income line increasedto$11,200. SAfeefor undergraduate students158will be $75 for the spring and fall semesters. 159 160 Presentation of 1998-99 Budget161Wileyislooking forwardtostarting term tomorrow. Would liketothank SA office 162 in making the transition smooth. Presenting proposed budget of 98-99 semesters.163Thinking about what direction SAisgoinginthe future, and how to further prosper the 164 clubs and organizations. The far left column of the budget packet is the budget council165recommendations for 98-99, middle column is 97-98 current accounts, and last column is 166 Scott's recommendations, some are different fromthebudget council's recommendations. 167 Would liketoexplain the changes: account 721-1 WNYO executive director $4,000168isfor an advisor not a student. Proposing $2,000 for this account. Account 706-1 169 summer stipend asking for $2,500. Under stand thisisan increase, but SA will be Wiley's 170 full time job for the summer. Account 707-1 would liketoeliminate. Looking at an GST171303internship for himself in the fall. Account 716-SAPB executive director $750. 172 Savings proposals are $2,350. Finance account 730-assistant salaries increase $120 in173finance budget, this will come to $20 a week for the assistants. Will be a savings of 174 $6,781 from last years finance budget. Leftallorganizations and club accounts alone. Left 175 the recommendations of the budget council. When appeals are made willtrytobe a 176 resourcetoSA. Account 751-1 summer stipend for vice-president recommendationof177 $667. Total savings of $3,563 which will be placed in appeals for the senate. Under this 178 legislation there will be a theme of don't spend what you don't have. Wileywill be in the 179 SA office9-11amon Wednesday, will later post office hours. Actual undergraduate 180 numbers are 6200 for the fall semester and 5900 for the spring semester.181182 Special Orders. 183 SLE.33.6 I:Funds for MayDay Concert. 184 concerts at other schools, this focuses on Oswego. Would liketo185 keep it freeforstudents. 186 Williamson-traditionally put on concerts for the spring semester, MayDay is a big187event for ewryone. Pass bill 188 issomewhat of a stress reliever, pass bill. 189 Toso-agrees with what was said so far, not coming outof$8,000. Pass bill. 190 Goldowsky-pass $10,800 on special orders.191Calltoquestion. 192 Remove previous question.193Bill passes15for, 1 against, 1 abstention. 194 abstained because sheisinvolved with SAPB.195196 Old Business 197 SLE.33.S6: SAVAC PurchaseofFirst Response Vehicle. 198 bill, benefits whole campus. 199 Littk-p"csented tohis hall, passed it unanimously, in long run this will save money 200 overall.201 Be'tfamin-ambulance can'tgoeverywhere, consider this. 202 urge quick passage. 203 \Villiamsoll-S,\ VACmore effective and efficient with this vehicle 204 Friedl-pass L:ii. 205 Bar';'-pa:shi!. 206 GO;:dS:y-l'iDle toLong Range Planning committee. 207 208 __:7.:'7:Cre:ltion of the OCA Computer Information System. 209Rei. '1-"'-"lKlhi:;, needs to be changed. 210 Z:lrc'c:'-,v'ouid Plake office look more professional, good improvement.211Barrie-geod bill. knows how hard itisto move off campus, pass bill. 212 Girardi-students know about housing lists, crowded there, this would help them 213 obtain inl"nn"t;c'rl cl1i,"!y and easily. The furniture doesn't make up muchofthe bill, 214 pass.

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..ri-:f .. r'.. 215 Benjamin-off-campus students don't have much resources, this will give it to them 216 50%ofpopulation are off campus students. 217 Little-amend bill. Line 33-remove 2 and replace it with 1 changing price to $1,760. 218 Strike lines 35-40, change line41to $295, and line 42 to $3,500. Hall suggested this, 219 they could work with the furniture they have. Computers are fine. 220 Casey-can't wait 3 years, need now. Agree with amendment.221Lopez-furnitureisunprofessional in office now, dealt with numberofstudents, did 222 this for several months, would like to see bill passedasin the original form. $7,915.80 is 223nowayaninflated cost, it was originally $12,000. Also need all furniture in bill.Can't224 have now, this is a capital expenditure. Most important bill, will have drastic 225 repercussions. Reconsider amendment, keep goingasis. Lookatcommittee proposal. 226 Benjamin-represents 50%ofstudent population, is a service not an organization. 227 Refurnish office to properly run. 228 Reister-computer is a good idea, senate under financial constraints, don't have the 229 money right now. 230 Barrie-yields to Lopez-billisreasonable, only $4,000 outoffund balance.231Little-brought bill back to hall, encountered problems. A lotofpersonal feelings 232 are behind this, should be talking about bills merits. Large bills like this usually go 233 through a3 year plan. OCA needs revamping, need to cut out certain things. 234 Call to question 235 Amendment passes. 236 Little-agrees with bill now. 237 Calltoquestion. 238 Objection. 239 Lopez-other assets are critical. 240 Zarecki-some money needs to be given, injustice to off-campus students.241Toso-everyone has different views on this. Voteasyou chose to do. 242 Goldowsky-Call to question.243Objection. 244 Casey-assets being to high, have dipped into assets by $41,000. 245 Lopez-amend line 44-strike $1,445. Line 47 reduceto$1,000. Lines 35-40 replace 246 as appeared in original form. Change total to $7,915.80. 247 Amendment fails. 248 Motion fails to override chair. 249 Lopez-6 monthsofhard work down the drain. 250 Little-take what you have and work withit.251Call to question. 252 Bill passes-17 for, 1 against. 253 254 SLE.33.58: Rights and PrivilegesofSenators. 255 Waive reading. 256 Little-agrees with bill. 257 Toso-incentivetomany people to join senate. Helps campus and community. 258 Lopez-gives senators satisfaction in what theydo.259 Barrie-agree, good bill, pass. 260 Wilde-agree.261Benjamin-amend-add to line41,be it further enacted thatifany senators miss 4 or 262 more meetings they will no longer be partofthe senate. No way to institute attendance 263 policy. 264 Goldowsky-how enforcing, impossible to do. 265 Reister-good idea, needtobe clarified. 266 Lopez-needtostick by the book. 267 Benjamin-4 is a high number,noway to enforce policy. 268 Call to question. 269 Amendment passes. 270 Benjamin-good bill, pass.271Goldowsky-conflictofinterest, executive order before passing. 272 Call to question.

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..r"'-.."i...... 273 Bill passes-16 for, 2 against. 274 275 New Business 276 SLE.33.59: Funds for Volleyball Club. 277 Sponsors: Goldowsky, Benjamin, Cheeks, Toso, Little. 278 279 SLE.33.60: Funds for Caribbean Student Association Backyard Jam. 280 Waive reading .281Sponsors: John, Barrie, Cheeks, Benjamin. 282 283 RES.33.9: Congratulationstothe Del Sarte Dance Club. 284 Change line 20-Rosatoiscorrect spelling. 285 Sponsored by the senate body. 286 Pass by acclamation. 287 288 RES.33.1O: Congratulations Dr.C.Thomas Gooding. 289 Sponsoredbythe senate body. 290 Pass by acclamation.291RES.33.11: Good Luck Don Harrison. 292 Sponsored by the senate body .293Passbyacclamation. 294 295 RES.33.12: Thank You Dean Wassenaar 296 Sponsored by the senate body 297Pass by acclamation. 298 299 RES.33.13: CongratulationstoVice-President Cassidy. 300 Addtoline16,therefore it be further resolvedthat vice-president Cassidy be301granted senator emeritus, and granted rights and privilegesofa senator. 302 Sponsored by the senate body. 303 Pass by acclamation. 304 305 RES 33.14: CongratulationstoPresident Hafner. 306 Addtoline16,therefore it be further resolved that president Hafnerbegranted 307 president emeritus. 308 Sponsored by the senate body. 309 Pass by acclamation. 310311Public Comment and Announcements 312 Reister-on-campus vote how hall wants them too.313Friedl-Women's Rugbyishosting a tournament on Saturday April 4th. Matches 314 will begin at12noon, and a second match will be at 1:30 p.m..315 Benjamin-comedian Teddy Smith willbein Ozone at 9 p.m..Executive body 316 shocked a lot of peoplethissemester. Congratulations for the levelofprofessionalism. 317 Lopez-CCRC will have a meeting on Tuesday in the SA office at 4 p.m..318 Wiley-9-11 am office hours and 2-4 p.m..Silvennan will have office hours 3-4:30 319p.m.. 320 Goldowsky-congratulations to vice-president and president on a great job this past321year. Open house on Monday, need people to sitatSA booth, especially at 8 am spot. 322 Little-it has been a pleasure working with both Mike and Mark. 323 Nahomey-this past legislation has treated body with respect and with utmost 324 responsibility. Students can come back after a tough year, the foundation built was 325 wonderful. CCRC will meetinCity HallonWednesday May 6th. Good transition, 326 looking forwardtoworking with the senate and new legislation next year. 327 Toso-encourage off-campus senators to attend meetings. 328 329 Meeting adjourned at 9:10 p.m..330