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32nd Session (1996-97) Legislative Documents

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SUlEUNIVERSTlY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 Student Association ..... State University CollegeatOswego ,.,. Senate 32nd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 2 April 1997AGENDA lCall toOrder2.Roll Call ,.. 3.Approval of Agenda4.Approval of Minutes5.SwearinginofNewOfficers 6.Executive Reports Mark Hafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President7.Finance Report .... C.A. Foehser, Director of Finance .. 8.Committee Reports ;, 9.Special OrdersBill#35 J.,. 10.OldBusinessBill#3311.NewBusiness """ \ Bill#3412.PublicCommentandAnnouncements-.13.Adjournment..

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I" STATEUNIVERSIlYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(15)341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session 24th Meeting 9 April 1997AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approval ofAgenda 4.Executive Reports -, Mark Hafner, President ""1:--.,. Bobby Sinclair, Presidential Search Committee-Mike Cassidy, Vice President N ate Garland, NYPIRG ReportonMiss-a-Meal-5.Finance Report .... CA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance6.Committee Reports7.Budget Appeals 8.OldBusiness Bill #34 ::6 9.NewBusiness "... Bill #3610.PublicCommentandAnnouncements11.Adjournment

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... ... .. -Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 24th Meeting 9 April1997The meeting was calledtoorder at 6:55pm There were twenty-one senators present The agenda was approved after the budget appeals was moved after new business. There were no minutes from the previous meeting.PRESIDENT'S REPORTBobby Sinclair, Presidential SearchCommittee The numberofcandidates is narrowed down to five. Seven hours were spent discussing the candidates and voting. Listofcandidates and their agendas willbeavailable tomorrow. Committee asking people to attend the interview sessions. Would like at least 20-25 people to attend all five interview sessions. Someofthese people are nationally know. Will look through all the evaluations and take the top three. Mark Hafner Consider the possibilityofraising the S.A. Fee. Check the final Budget Council recommendations. Nate Garland, NYPIRG People willbegoing to Albany.VICE PRESIDENT'S REPORTMike Cassidy Miss-a-Meal willbeApril24.Two organizations that need money: American Red Cross, Oswego County Chapter Offers a wide varietyofhealth and safety for students. This chapter provides internships for students. Holds blood drives. Oswego County Catholic Charities Deliver 11,000 meals for the Meals on Wheels Program. The food pantry serves 500 individuals. We also provide clothing, furniture and prescription medicine.FINANCE REPORTAcct #914 (Management Contingency) Acct. #915 (Contingency)Acct#916 (Fixed Assets)COMMITTEE REPORTCollege Community Relations Next meeting is May 7th at4:00pm in the Conway Building. No report from Recruitment and Elections. Health and Safety Thanks to everyone who sent in the surveys.

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....w< ... STATE UNIVERSIIY OFNEWYORK COLlEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session 25th Meeting16April 1997AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approval of Agenda4.Approval of Minutes5.Executive Reports Mark Hafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President Marlene Rumpel, NYPIRG VoteonMiss-a-Meal6.Finance Report C.A. Foehser, Director of Finance7.Committee Reports8.Special Orders Bill #409.Old Business Bill #3610.NewBusinessBill#37 #3911.PublicCommentandAnnouncements12.Adjournment

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SincestudentSyracuse .<., studentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislativeSession26thMeetingThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:40pm.Therewere17senatorspresent.TheagendawasapprovedafterBill#30wasputafterbill#39inoldbusiness.Theminuteswereapproved.PRESIDENTSREPORT-TheS.A.webpageissetupandgoing.-Wewillbepurchasing4newbluelights,wehavetodecidewerewearegoingtoplacethem.-WedonothaveanofficialcontractwithScottietowing.Wewantthemtotakecreditcards.-OCAofficewillbevotingonnextyearssenators.-Regardingbill#37,manyotherSUNYschoolsareinthesamebudgetasweare.Otherschoolsareraisingtherefees.-BobbySinclair,Presidentialsearchcommittee.2outofthefivefinalisthavebeentoOswego.Thestudentsessionshavebeensmall.Weneedmorestudents.Welostoneofourfinalist,hebecamepresidentofSUNYBrockport.-Shanitathoughtherresignationwaspassedon.Shanitacouldnotfulfillherobligationwelostthatseatonthecommittee.Weplacedaphonecalltothenewspaperregardingthissituation.VICE PRESIDENTSREPORT-Missamealwasnotabigsuccess,therewere263participants.$525wasmade.-ThesenatemeetingswillbechangedtoTuesdaynextyear.FINANCE REPORTAcct.914(Managementcontingency)=$3,000.00Acct.915(Contingency)=-$55,652.00Acct.916(FixedAssets)=-$51,608.34COMMITTEEREPORTElectionsandHealthandSafetyhadnothingtoreport.Collegecommunityrelations-NextmeetingisWed.May11that4pm.Longrangeplanning-NextmeetingisFri.at10:30.Recruitment-LookingforanyonewhoisinterestedSPECIALORDERS

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'.... -). Bill#41,FundsforEquestrianTeamSponsorisReister,Little,BurrowsandSchwartz.Reister-EveryyearitmakesNationalcompetition.Greatwaytogetourschoolnameoutthere.Iurgequickpassage.Little-Isupportthis100%.ThisisgreatforOswegoandIurgepassage.Burrows-Thisisagoodbill.Itgetsourschoolnameoutthere.Schwartz-Thisisachancetogetournameoutthere.Calltoquestion;2nd.Thebillispassedwithavoteof19forand0against.Bill#42,ElectionResults.SponsorsisthebodyCalltoquestion;2nd.Passedbygeneralconsent.Bill#43,S.A.Budget.SponsorsareReister,Little,andSchwartz.Reister-Thisisthebudget,IhopethisgetspassedLittle-IagreewithReister.Schwartzyields.Calltoquestion2nd.Thebillpasseswithavoteof18for,oagainstand1abstention.Bill#44,FundsforChemistryClub.SponsorsareBurrows,McAlphin,Reister,andDiRizzio.Burrows-Theyhaveworkedrealhard,urgequickpassage.McAlphin-quickpassage.ReisterandDiRizzioyield.-motiontoamend$.40/mileto$.20/mileandbringthetotalto$837.00.Calltoquestionontheamendment;2nd.Theamendmentfailswithavoteof2forand17against.-Calltoquestiononthebill;2nd.Thebillpasseswithavoteof19forand0against.OLDBUSINESSBill#37,IncreaseinfundsfortheS.A.Parker-Urgequickpassage.Huss-Longrangeplanningdidagreatjobmakingthisbill.Cohen-Myhallisallforit.Motiontoamendbychanging$3.00to$4.00;2nd.

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,. +..e'.. ........ I ,. STATE UNlVERSrrv OFNEWYORKCOLIEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University College at OswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session 26th Meeting30April 1997AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Mark Hafner, President Mike Cassidy, Vice President6.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance7.CommitteeReports8.Special Orders Bill#41#449.OldBusiness Bill #37, #38, #3910.NewBusiness Resolution #1211.PublicCommentandAnnouncements12.Adjournment

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-.. studentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislativeSession26thmeeting16April1997Themeetingwascalledtoorderat6:50pm.Therewere18senatorspresent.Theagendawasapprovedafterbill330andResolution#10wereaddedtooldbusiness.TheminuteswereapprovedaftertherewasachangetothePresidentsreportandnewbusiness.PRESIDENT REPORTSThefacultyassemblyisestablishingacommitteeregardingspaceallocation.Theyaretryingtofigureoutwhowillbeonthecommittee.ThefinancedirectorwillhaveofficehoursonMondayfrom3-4:30pm.ThepresidenttalkedwithTomRyanandCindyAdamsregardingstudentsworkingapublicsafetyaidvan.Thisvanwouldhelpstudentsoutwhohavecarproblems.OtherSunyschoolsusethisplanandithasworkedgreat.VICE PRESIDENTSREPORTMollyCaseyisthenewfinancedirectorfor97-98MarleneRumpelfromNYPIRG-Therewillbeafreeearthdayconcertfrom11-5onsat.theentertainmentisgreat.Askingeveryonetobringcanfoodasadonation.ThevoteonmissamealwilldeterrminewhogetsthemoneyeitherAmericanredcrossorThecatholiccountycharity.Therewasamotiontosplitthemoney50/50.RobertPorterthenewexecutiveassistantwillhavehisofficehoursfrom2-3pmtomorrowFINANCE REPORTAcct.914(Managementcontingency):$3,000.00Acct.915(contingency)=$-54,752.00Acct.916(FixedAssets)=$-51,608.00COMMITTEEREPORTrecruitmentcollegecommunityrelation,electionsandhealthandsafetyhavenothingtoreport.-Longrangeplanning-Billforsenatetraininginpacket.WearegoingtohavetwomoremeetingandoneofthemisthisSun.at6pm.ProcedureandFinance-RegardingPPB,wedonotwanttosetprecedent.

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..SPECIALORDERSBill#40,FinalBudgetAmendmentsSponsoredbytheSenateCalltoquestion;2nd.Thebillwaspassedwithavoteof18forand0against.Therewasoneabstention.OLDBUSINESS .---... -Bill#36,BSUeventsaccountDuncanthinksBSUshouldbeabletoredeemitself.Urgesquickpassage.McAlphin-Thisisanopportunitytoprovideanactivityforthewholecampus.Labaro-DoesnotthinkthatS.A.shouldspendanother$5,000.00afterspending$20,000.00onadinner.Lenderman-Thedinnerwasverygood.Wantsthisbilltopass.Little-Thisconcertwillbeopentoallstudents.Iwillsupportthisbill.Reister-Hishallwantshimtovoteagainstit,buthewantsit.NaHorney-Thateveningisaveryspecialnightoncampus.Benjamin-Alltheseclubswantmoneyandwerejustgoingtogiveittooneorganization.Thereisalotofconcertscomingup.Calltoquestion;2nd.Thebilpasseswithavoteof14forand7against.Bill#330,SenateTrainingSchwartz-Itsagreatbillandurgesquickpassage.Motiontotablebillandsendtoprocedureandfinance.Thebillistabledwithavoteof13forand8against.Resolution#10wasalreadypassed.NEWBUSINESS Bill#37,IncreasefundsfortheStudentAssociationSponsors-Cohen,Parker,Huss,LittleBill#38,FundsforeducationclubSponsors-Goldowsky,Lenderman,Burrows.LittleBill#39,ConcertPlanningforupcomingschoolyearssponsors-little,ReisterandMcleanPUBLICCOMMENTGoldowskywisheseveryoneagoodquestday.Reister-CohenandIwillpayforthemusicfoldersandtherewasarugbytournamentthisweekend.Little-EducateyourselfonBill#37.ThereisalongrangeplanningmeetingthisSun.at6pm.Benjamin-NYPIRGishavingaearthdayconcertthisSaturday.Cassidy-Financecommitteedidagoodjob.Thereisnomeeting

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.-onquestday.Burrows-Whoeverputthetierbilltogetherdidagoodjob.NOoneshouldbepunishedunderthetierbill.Wassenaar-Thewheelchairthatwastakenoutoffunellewasfounddowntown.Godowsky-EncouragesresearchonBill#37.Little-$37,500.00wouldbethetotaloftheincreaseof$3fortheS.A.fee.Schwartz-Thereisacomedianintimepiecestomorrownight.Adjournedat7:35pm

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,.SUTE UNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 1st Meeting 1 May 1996Bill#1Funds for CPS SeminarWHEREAS,in the 29th Legislative Session, graduate and pan-time students were added to the Student Association and as a result substantial funds were generated; andWHEREAS,the Counseling&Psychological Services Depanment is sponsoring a "Spring Seminar Conference" for graduate students being held here on May 3, 1996; andWHEREAS,ACCL#920 (Enfranchise Programming)isfor this typeofexpenditure;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York CollegeatOswego that the following expenditures be approved and the money used comes from Acel. #920. Keynote Speaker Additional Speakers Graduate Assistants Graduate Students Room Reservations Name Tags/Folders Miscellaneous TOTAL$600.00 700.00 225.00 300.00 150.00 55.00 400.00 $2430.00SUBMITTED BY: Collette James, Graduate Student, Conference Coordinator SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowoski SENA TEACfIONPassed 13YONOADA TE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 2 May 1996 Chris Brodt, SA President 5P/qro Date SignedbyPresident

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STATEUNlVERSffYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 3rdMeeting 18 September 1996Bill#2Annual Club Funding DisbursementWHEREAS,the 1996 budget council allocated $28,150.00 for clubs this year; andWHEREAS,the Finance Department suggests an allocation which is less than the $28,150 for this purpose; -, THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following allocations be approved from the Club Program Fund: $700.00 625.00930.00225.00925.002800.00800.00 1200.00 1240.00 350.00500.00250.00500.00715.00800.00450.002700.00500.00889.00800.001400.00 $1000.00$20,299.00American Marketing Asso. BACCHUS BASIC Biology Campus Crusade for Christ Cheerleaders Chemistry Club Cycling Club Del Sane Dance Club Economics French ClubGamersClubHistory Club Karate Club Kempo Jutsu Karate Club Tract Okinawan Newman Club Outing Club Phi Beta Lambda Students Educating Everybody about Disibilities (SEED) Ski ClubTaeKwonDoMen'svolleyballTOTALC.A. Foehser, SA DirectorofFinance Craig Little, Chris Strong, Sam Reister .'t+--.rlzMJ Chris Brodt,SAPresident DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 1 October 1996SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed20YONOA '.--,

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. :..SUTEUNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 4th Meeting 25 September 19% SpecialOrdersBill #3 Transfer Within Hewitt Union Board WHEREAS,Hewitt Union Board has exhausted account #823 (TasteofTuesdays); andWHEREAS,HUB needs funds to cover the September17,1996perfonnanceofAntes Mantes; andWHEREAS,all transfers over $300.00 have to be approved by the Senate;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $1000.00 be transferred from Acct. #822 (Winterfest) to Acct. #823 (TasteofTuesdays). SUBMITTED BY: C.A. Foehser, DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: Hannonie Schwartz SENATE ACTION Passed 15Y3N2ADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 1 October 19%

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;;. STATE UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewin Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 5th Meeting 2 October 1996Special Orders Bill #4 Creationofthe Rules CommitteeWHEREAS,the appearanceofthe Student Associationisespecially important during this referendum year, andWHEREAS,the ideaofa training session has been suggested but never enforced; andWHEREAS,the appointmentofa Parliamentarian will allow the meetingstobe run more smoothly with less arguments and more efficiency;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that therebea roles committee set up, which will include but not be limitedtosenior senators and the Vice-Presidentofthe Student Association,tohave a training session everythirdweekofthe Fall semester and every 2nd weekofthe Spring Semester which new senators are mandatedtoattend.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat the Parliamentarianofevery meeting is the Senator Pro-Temp.SUBMITfEDBY: Senator Harmonie Schwartz, Off-Campus SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Craig Little, Salvatore LabamSENAlEACTION Passed General Consent DAlEPRESENlED TOPRESIDENT 4 October19%Chris Brodt,SAPresident ID/7/qb

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....)-STATEUNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 6th Meeting 9October1996 Bill#5BACCHUSandGAMMAConferenceWHEREAS,the BACCHUS (Boost AlcoholConsciousness Concerning the HealthofUniversity Students) and GAMMA (Greeks Advocating Mature ManagementofAlcohol) is a national organization committed to education, training, and support for peer prevention on college campuses; andWHEREAS,there is an annual conference held for peer educators to network with other peer educators from different schools, whichisbeing held on November 14 16 in Orlando, Florida; andWHEREAS,the LifeStyles Center would like to send fourteen outofforty Peer Educators there are on this campus at $125 per person; andWHEREAS,this conference will give LifeStyles Peer Educators a chance to learn new and fresh ideas for programs, which they will bring back to SUNY Oswego and hold presentations on issues concerning alcohol and other drugs as well as other related health issues; andWHEREAS,at last year's conference SUNY Oswego LifeStyles Peer Educators won FOUR outofthe FIVE awards given and this year we have been internationally recognized by Inter Association Task Force on Alcohol and Other Drug Issues as having oneofthe top ten outstanding programs with regard to National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week 1995. This award will be presented at a special awards luncheon at the conference.THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$1750 be transferred from Acct. #915 (Contingency ENF) to an account to be created for the purposeofpaying registration fees for the conference, and the Student Association be included as sponsorsofthis event. SUBMITTED BY: Harmonie Schwartz, LifeStyles Peer Educator AOD Component SPONSORED BY: Jennifer Hallahan, Ken Huss, Brad Goldowsky Attch: Appendix A-H

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......... -Bill #5SENATEACTIONPassed 13Y9NOADATEPRESENTED m PRESIDENT17 October 1996 VETO RECONSIDERATION10 vote tosupponveto. 18 vote to overturn veto .20votes needed to overturn (2/3 Senate). Veto stands.23October1996Date SignedbyPresident Page 2

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STATE UNlVERSllYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126(15)341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State UniversityCollege at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 6th Meeting9October1996Bill#6Office ImprovementsWHEREAS,the Oswegonian needs a tabloid printer to efficiently print the paper;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$3089.00 be transferred fromAcct#916to Acct. 573 (Oswegonian Computer Enhancement).SUBMITfEDBY: Chris Brodt,Student Association President SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Melba Thomas, Craig Little, Brad Goldowsky. .... ,.' SENATEACfIONPassed22YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT17October1996 EAAM Chris Brodt, SA President JOIlYQ6 Date 'Signby President

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-STATE UNIVERSTIY OFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 8th Meeting 23 October 1996Bill#7DirectorofGreek AffairsWHEREAS,Greek Life and activities on this campus are energetic and in high gear, andWHEREAS,the DirectorofGreek Affairs was lost in budget council last spring; andWHEREAS,each semester SA loses outonincorporating these students and their bright ideas for the benefitofall students; andWHEREAS,by bridging the gapofcommunication between Greek Life and the many activities put forth by SA, we can hopefully start hitting apathy head on and continuetomake SA grow; andWHEREAS,this position will assume a seat on the Executive Board and serve as a liaison between SA and Greek activities;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the positionofDirectorofGreek Affairs be established, holding a seat on the Executive Board.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat the sumof$600 be transferred from Acct. #915 (Contingency) toAcct#714 (Executive Board Payroll DirectorofGreek Mfairs and Assistant DirectorofGreek Affairs) for the purposeofestablishing these position. SUBMITTED BY: Christopher Strong, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Craig Little, Ken Huss-SENATE ACTION Passed 13Y9NlADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 December 1996 Chris Brodt, SA President

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.J':.. STATE UNlVERSI7Y OFNEWYORKCOUGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAXGIS)341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 9th Meeting30October1996 Bill #8 FundsforInternationalBibleStudyFellowshipWHEREAS,theInternational Bible Study Fellowshipisanestablished Tier1organization; andWHEREAS,since the organization has been established for just one year, the leaders do not have any experience in the funding procedure and missed the budget request deadline; andWHEREAS,the organization needs funding for our events which will coincide with the holidays celebrated inthis country giving studentsanopportunitytounderstand our culture and history; andWHEREAS,weneed fundingtocontinue and build membership;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senate of the State University ofNewYork College at Oswego thattheamount of $100.00 be transferred from Acct #915 toanaccounttobe created for the International Bible Study Fellowship with the following expenditure: SUBMITTEDBY:PoiYeeKwan, International Bible Study Fellowship President SPONSOREDBY:Senate .. .' ':.. SENATE ACTION Passed 23YINOAThanksgiving Dinner $100.00 eJ!vrM; Chris Brodt,SAPresident -... DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 8 November 1996

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.STATE UNIVERSTTY OFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 9th Meeting 30 October 1996SpecialOrdersBill#9FundingofRegistration Fees for the BACCHUSandGAMMA Conference WHEREAS,the BACCHUS (Boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the HealthofUniversity Students)and GAMMA (Greeks Advocating Mature Management of Alcohol) is a national organization committedtoeducation, training, and support forpeerprevention on college campuses; andWHEREAS,there isanannual conference held for peer educators to network with otherpeereducators from different schools, which is being held on November1416 in Orlando, Florida;and "-'WHEREAS, BACCHUS would liketosend four members at one hundred twenty-fivedollars each; and ..#' ... ... WHEREAS,themembers who are scheduledtogo will be contributing a minimumoffifty dollars each, this is not including the personal expenses which they may encounter; andWHEREAS,this conference will give peer educators a chance to learnnewand fresh ideas for programs, which they will bring backtoSUNY Oswego and hold presentations on issues concerning alcohol and other drugsaswell as other related health issues; andWHEREAS,at last year's conference SUNY Oswego won FOUR out of the FIVE awards given; andWHEREAS,this year SUNY Oswegohasbeen internationally recognizedbyInterAssociation Task ForceonAlcohol and Other Drug Issuesashaving oneofthe top ten outstanding programs with regardtoNational Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week 1995. This award willbepresented at a special awards luncheonatthe conference.THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senate oftheState University of New York College at Oswego that the sumof$525betransferred from Acct. #915 (Contingency ENF) to Acct. #92l.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the Student Associationbeincludedassponsors of this event .SUBMITTED BY: Hannonie Schwartz, LifeStyles Peer EducatorAODComponent SPONSOREDBY:Abigail Ritter

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Bi1l#9. .-SENATE ACTION Passed 27YINOA PATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 1 November 1996 ,....,. Chris Brodt, A PresidentPage 2

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,, STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 9th Meeting 30 October 1996SpecialOrdersBill #10FundingForNewSAVACAmb(ulance .. WHEREAS,theStudent Association Volunteer Ambulance Corps hasanopponunitytopurchase a demo ambulance at a reduced rate;and..WHEREAS,Auxiliary Services has a certificate of deposit valuedatapproximately $30,000.00 and the Student Associationhasa cenificate of deposit valued at approximately $30,000.00 forthereplacementoftheambulance; andWHEREAS,the Senate hastherighttospend the Fund Balance after the presentationofthe Auditandwehave a very ample Fund Balance; andWHEREAS,SAVAC benefitsthewhole campus;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate of the State University ofNewYork College at Oswego that sumof$25,000.00 be transferred fromAcet.#916intoAcct.#877-1(Ambulance Purchase). SUBMIITEDBY:Chris Brodt,SAPresident and Jason Miller,SAVACChiefofOperations SPONSORED BY: Chris Strong, Joseph Zerbo, Craig Little, Harmonie Schwanz, Kristen Benjamin, Abigail Ritter, Jeannien Wagner-SENATEACfIQN Passed 26YON1ADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT31October 1996

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. ,.-...A. STATEUNlVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126(315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 10th Meeting 6 November 1996Bill#11"Genesis"WHEREAS,the use and accessibilityofthe Student Association officeisdiminished; andWHEREAS,the strengthofthe Student Association is dependent upon the resources availabletoourclubs, organizations, Student Senate and the Executive offices; andWHEREAS,the need for new office equipmentisessential for the operations and growthofthe Student Association and its related branches;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $24,020.34beallocatedoutofAcct#916(FixedAssets) for the updateofthe Student Association's equipment and services with the attached itemized list.SUBMITIEDBY: CharlesA.Foehser, II, DirectorofFinance Steve Woods, DirectorofMarketing Kyle Wentzell, Assistant DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY: Graig Little, Harmonie Schwartz, Melba Thomas, KenRuss '. SENATE ACTION Passed25YINOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT22November 1996 Chris Brodt,SAPreSIdent

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;0... ABC0 E F G1 ..J.j.!!.9f .. .. .2M3977LLlA : LASERPRINTER121640PS i : 1 i15001 15008M5427LLlA iPERFORMA 6400/180 i-!5: 18551 9275 : 9 : 12APPLECAREINS. i 6400/180 i!511301 65013 14 ii 12/640 j :11721 72-----.. -.---.------------i--------_-1--_._ ..-.------------..... - -/ .-----.15 1:4/600!!1132: 32 : 19 HON-T72HH13QTACK80ARD : GREYIGREY 1 1:153f 15320::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::[:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1:::::::.::.:::::::::::::::::::::::r::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1:::::::::::::::.:..:::::::::::::::r::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::21RUB-9000001 fWORKSTATION60" iBLACK 16:500.791 3004.7429HON-5901AB18T 1 CHAIRS iCH:Y18:136.321 1098.5630::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r:::::::::::::...::::::::::::::::::r::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::L::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::r::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::r::::::::::::::::::..::::::::::::::r:::::::::::::::::.::.:::::::::::::31SHIPPING 1! :!! 5001 50032::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r:::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::1:::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r::::::::::..::::::::::::::::::::::r::::::::::.:.::.::::.:.::::::::::::33OFFICE i MISC.SUPPLIES& EOUIPMENT: i :1000: 100034:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1:::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::r::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r:::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::r::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r:::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::.:::35OFFICE:SABANNER10-12FEET f f : 2101 21040TOTALFORALLUPDATES ::i 24020.34

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.> WHEREAS, ,..WHEREAS, ...... WHEREAS, WHEREAS, co.+WHEREAS, ... Sum UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session10thMeeting 6 November 1996Bill #12Transfer for IRSAWHEREAS,the Intramural and Recreational sports Association (IRSA) at the State UniversityofNewYork CollegeatOswegohasofficially moved from the Athletic DepartmenttotheDepartment of Campus Life undertheDivisionofStudent Services; and a new Assistant DirectorofCampus Life for Intramurals and Recreational Sports has beenhired,anda new CoordinatorofSportsClubs and Recreational Organizations is in the processofbeing hired, for the purposeofresurrecting this program; and the Student Association, without whose sanctioning this program could not survive, has shown support for the changes; and the program has grown from thirteen activities last year to well over thirty activitiesthisyear;and these thirty programs include most areas of intramural and recreational sport includingindividual, dual, and team activities encompassing traditional and non traditional sports,andlifetime activities; and duringthemonthofSeptember, the open recreation programhasdoubled in participation;andduringthemonthofOctober, the open recreation program has tripledinparticipation,ascompared to the sametimeperiods last year; andWHEREAS,intramural participation innewactivities has been exemplary, while participation in activities previously offeredhasalso increased, expandingtheoverall participation in the intramural programasa whole; andWHEREAS,this expansioninparticipation is notlimitedto on-campus male studentsasin previous years; the participation encompasses males and females, on-campus and off-campus students, and traditional and non-traditional students; andWHEREAS,itisexpected thatthetrendofincreased participation will continue for all intramural activities planned;

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Bill #12THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State University College at Oswego that $29,970 be transferred outofthe Fund Balance into Acct. #915 and then into IRSA accounts to be created to pay for increased operational costs, the purchaseofadditional and new equipment, travel for intramural championship teams to regional and national tournament, and prizes for participants, which are all a direct resultofthe increased scopeofthe program. BREAKDOWN OF REOUESTED FUNDING Page 2 Operations Equipment Travel 'IDTAL $20,500.004,000.002,750.00 2,720,00 $29,970.00SUBMITfEDBY: Chris Strong, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Alicia Lenderman, Sam Reister, Melba Thomas SENATE ACTION Passed 18Y2N1A DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 14 November 1996 Chris Brodt,SAPresident

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STATEUNIVERSITYOF NEw YORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 10th Meeting6November 1996 Bill #13Funds for Men's Rugby Jerseys WHEREAS,the Student Association'sMen'sRugby Teamisdesperatelyinneedofnew uniforms for their A Squad because several players were not allowed to playinthe upstate tournament because their uniforms weresoragged; andWHEREAS,this Rugby team has moved up into the A division andisnow facing teams such as Cornell, Canisius and the other powerhousesofMen'sRugby; andWHEREAS,they are representing SUNY Oswego andweshould present the best possible image to the other campusesofourcampus;THEREFOREBEIT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $880.00 be taken from Acet. #915 (Contingency) toAcct#505 (Men's Rugby Equipment and Uniforms) for the purposeofpurchasing twenty (20) new uniforms for the A Team. SUBMITTED BY: Ryan Lewis,Men'sRugby Treasurer and Chris Brodt,SAPresident SPONSORED BY: Kristen Benjamin, A.J. Guenther, Jeannien Wagner, Chris Strong, Craig Little,SamReister,UnaWhitfordSENATEACTION PassedbyAcclamation 1lhcdt Chris Brodt,SAPresident }f/ILf/Ub Date {gned'b y PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 14 November 1996

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STATEUNIVERSTIYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewinUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session11th Meeting 13 November 1996Special OrdersBill #14Funds for CPS SeminarWHEREAS,the Counseling&Psychological Services Department serves graduate and undergraduate students with a valuable service; andWHEREAS,the Counseling and Psychological Services Department is sponsoring a workshop on play therapy for graduate students being held here on November 22, 1996;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State University College at Oswego that $325 be transferred from Acet. #915 to an account to be created for the CPS Workshop.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat these funds are to be used for payment for a speaker and must be expendedduring the Fall 1996 semester. SUBMITTED BY: Debbie McAndrews, Graduate Student, CPS Conference Coordinator SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky SENAlE ACfIONPassed 17Y4NOA DAlEPRESENlED TOPRESIDENT 14 November 1996 Chris Brodt,SAPresident

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.., STATEUNIVERSllYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO STUD'ENT ASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126GIS)341-3601 FAXGIS)341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 11th Meeting13November 1996Bill #15Funds for HardcorelPunk Interest OrganizationWHEREAS,the Hardcore/Punk Interest Organizationisan established Tier I organization; andWHEREAS,the organization needs funding to continue, to build membership, and to proliferate the hardcore and punk ideology;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that theHPIObe funded for the following expensesfromAcct#915tobe placed in an accounttobe created. Hardcore/Punk Bands (payment)250.00SUBMITTED BY: Daniel Acker,HPIOPresident SPONSORED BY:SamReister, Chris Strong, Brad Goldowsky, Alicia Lendennan, Joseph Zerbo, Melba Thomas SENATE ACTION Passed 25YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT22November 1996 Chris Brodt,SAPresident j / 2:A/$ -I Date Signed byPresident

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STATEUNiVERSflYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OSW'EGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 ." Student Association(315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 12th Meeting 20 November 1996Bill #16 Oswegonian Computer UpgradeWHEREAS,the Oswegonian is asking for the items listed below because notable upgrades have not been done on the computers in over four years; andWHEREAS,the network server has been excessively crashing becauseofoverloaded file sharing which inhibits our staff from producing a quality product; andWHEREAS,the qualityofthe newspaper would improve drasticallyifwe had a reliable system; andWHEREAS,the main server cannot handleallofthe files we are using so we need a computer that is a reliable file server, andWHEREAS,a 7600/132 PowerPCwould meetourneeds; andWHEREAS,there is also adireneedtoreplace an item know as a waxer which allows us to piece a paper together used for the fmal printing stages; andWHEREAS,the waxer (a specialized machine only found in publication rooms) is upwardsoftwelve years old and the motor has quit on us at late stagesofpublication before; andWHEREAS,there are two monitors that are no longer under warranty and areonthe vergeofextinction due to a problem in what is known as vertical hold; andWHEREAS,we need to purchase two new monitors becauseifwe weretolose the two monitors, this would limit our work stations, prohibiting us from producing a newspaper;..THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the amountof$6,499.00betransferred from Acct. #916 (Fixed Assets) into the following accounts with the following breakdown: into Acct. #560 (Production S\Wplies): $719.00 Waxer into Acct. #573 (Computer Enhancement): $2,182.00 7600/132 PowerPC$3,598.00 Two Monitors $5,780.00 Total into Acct. #573$6499.00TOTALfromAcct.#916SUBMITTED BY: Brittany Fiorini, Oswegonian News Editor James Thorpe, Oswegonian Computer Technician SPONSORED BY: Craie: Little. Kristen Woodcock. Brad Goldowskv. Harmonie Schwartz

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Bill #16SENATEACfIONPassed 24YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT6 December 1996 1fhaNc Chris Bnxlt, SA PresidentPage 2

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.STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 12th Meeting 20 November 1996Bill#17Fundsfor Young Enlightened SistasWHEREAS,Young Enlightened Sistas, a Black and Latinawomen'ssupport group, is a Tier 1 organization; andWHEREAS,the organization would like funding for decorations and food for a Kwanza celebration;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student AssociationSenateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the amountof$50.00 be transferred from Acct. #915 to an account to be created for Young Enlightened Sistas for a Kwanza celebration.SUBMfITEDBY: Ana Ozuna, Young Enlightened Sistas Financial Coordinator SPONSORED BY: Hannonie Schwartz, Camille Gordon, Gina Duncan, Craig Little, Steve McAlpin SENATE ACTION Passed 24YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 December 1996 Chris Brodt, SA President Date Signed by President

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SUTE UNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORK COLlEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate32ndLegislative Session 13th Meeting11December 1996Bill#18Funds for BSU DinnerWHEREAS,BSUwillbehostingour26th annual formal dinneronFebruary 22, 1997; andWHEREAS,dueto financial restraintsweare requesting additional monetary support; and :.WHEREAS,the dinner is in Black History Month, and the purposeofthis dinner is to promote social and cultural interaction in the interestofdiversityonthe college campus; andWHEREAS,a portionofthe proceeds from the dinner willbedonated toward homeless shelters and AIDS research; andWHEREAS,the Black Student Union is a very proactive organizationonthis campus; andWHEREAS,the Student Association is comingupfor referendum,wefeel that thisisagoodtime as well as any other thatSAdisplay its appreciation for diversity; andWHEREAS,theBlackStudent Union dinner budget is only $3455.00, and theBlackStudent Union is also working very hard with other clubs and organizations tomakethis dinner successful;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbytheStudentAssociation Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollege at Oswego that $5,000.00betransferred fromAcct#915 to theBSUevents Acet. #663 with the following breakdown for the dinner:... EntertainmentFoodDecorations Community Service Miscellaneous Items TOTALFORDINNER SUBMITIED BY: Steve McAlpinSPONSOREDBY: Jeannien Wagner, Antos Lazarus, Ainsl SENATE ACTION Passed 18Y3N2ADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 31 January 1997$12,400.004,050.001,000.002,000.00300.00$19,750.00

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STATEUNIVERSIlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 14th Meeting11December 1996Bill #19Fundsfor C.O.P.E.WHEREAS,C.O.P.E. (Coalition for Peace Education) is an established Tier 1 organization; andWHEREAS,their constitutionhas only recently been established,sothey missed budget council for club funding;andWHEREAS,they are in needof$2,500.00 to appropriate training from New Justice Resolution ,.,-, Organization; andWHEREAS,this training session is open for the fIrst thirty-fIve people without discrimination; and after said training these students would be officially licensedpeermediators;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that C.O.P.E.beallotted $2,500.00 for this training session from Acct. #915 for this specifIc purpose andifthe entire amount is not usedontraining itwillbe returned to Acct. #915SUBMITIEDBY: Mike Sloyka SPONSORED BY: Kristen Benjamin, Brad Goldowsky, Jeannien Wagner, Gina Duncan SENATE ACTION Passed 15Y8NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT31January 1997

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STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State UniversityCollege at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 15th Meeting 29 January 1997SpecialOrdersBill #20Spring1997ElectionDatesWHEREAS,itis necessary to have an All-Campus Election in the spring; andWHEREAS,the Elections Committee has been delegatedtosubmit the dates for the elections for approval by the Senate;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following schedule be adopted for the Spring 1997 All-Campus Election:1{l4/972/6/972{7/972{7/97 3/3/97 3/4 3/5/97 Petitions available in SA Office Petitions due by 2:00 p.m. in SA Office Official slate posted by 2:00 p.m. Campaigning begins at 2:00 p.m. Campaigning ends within 100floofpolling area at 8:00 a.m. Election held between 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat the following All-Campus referendum be held in conjunction with the Spring election: Should the Student Activity Fee (SA Fee) continue to be mandatory for students? YesorNo SUBMITTED BY: KennethR.Huss SPONSORED BY: The Senate SENATE ACI1QN Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT31January 1997

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STATE UNlVERSTlY OFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewiltUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 ... Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 5 February 1997 the target population includes: all faculty and staff, students whom already lead a balanced lifestyle,andstudents who struggle with keeping balance among the six wellness dimensions; and the objectivesofNational Collegiate Health and Wellness Week are: to increase awarenessofhealth and wellness issues among the campus community, to provide opportunities for people to explore the six dimensionsofwellness, to challenge students, faculty and staff to lead a more well balanced life with regards to the six dimensionsofwellness, and to educate the campus community on a varietyofhealth and wellness topics;Bill #21Funds for National Collegiate HealthandWell ness WeekWHEREAS,National Collegiate Health and Wellness Week, which will take place during the fIrst week in March, proves to be an effective means to inspire students, faculty, and staff to review their lifestyles and challenge themselves and their peers to make more responsible, low-risk, and healthier choices; and this comprehensive program addresses the six dimensionsofwellness which are social, physical, intellectual, career/vocational, emotional, and spiritual and this programreached over 2,500 people last year and allowed us to educate, to infonn, to and to create change; andWHEREAS, .; WHEREAS, Ai....;. WHEREAS, .....,.... THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego thattheamountof$400.00 be transferred from Acct. #915 to an account to be created for National Collegiate Health and Wellness Week to cover costsofpromotion and publicity which will draw people to the events.SUBMIlTEDBY: Kathy Hoyt, DirectorofFitness Centers SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Ainsley Burrows, Kristen Benjamin, Gina Duncan, Alicia Linderman, Sam Wilson, Harmonie Schwartz r' SENATE ACTION Failed3Y21NOA

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STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 .... Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 5 February 1997Bill #22 Funds for CPS Spring SeminarWHEREAS,the Counseling&Psychological Services Department services graduate and undergraduate students with a valuable services; andWHEREAS,the annual Spring Seminar did not receive allocations for the 1996 -97academic year; andWHEREAS,this has been a valuable service and educational tool for the studentsofSUNY Oswego;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby theStudent Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollege at Oswego that $2500.00 be transferred from Acet. #915 to an account to be created for the CPS Spring Seminar.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat these funds are to be used for payment for a speaker and all invoices and receipts for this allocation must be received by the SA Office by May 19, 1997 in order for these funds tobeexpended by June 19, 1997. SUBMITI'ED BY: Colette James, Graduate Student, CPS Conference Coordinator SPONSORED BY: Senate SENATE ACTION Failed1Y23NOA

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STATE UNlVERSTlYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 5 February 1997Bill #23 Funds to Support Women's Herstory Month WHEREAS,March isWomen'sHerstory Month; andWHEREAS,there is an International Women's Day Diner planned for March8;WHEREAS,Nikki Giovanni has established herself as a well known and best selling author, poet, and essayist. She has received a hostofhonorary doctorates and awards, including being named "Womanofthe Year" bythreedifferent magazines; andWHEREAS,the cost to bring her here is $7000.00 and that is without travel and hotel accommodations;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$2000 dollars be allocated from Acct. #915 toAcct.#889 (Women's Herstory Month) for the purposeofpaying the feesofNikki Giovanni. SUBMITIED BY: Harmonie Schwanz, Off-Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: Alicia Linderman, Steve McAlpin, Brad Goldowsky .. SENATE ACTION Passed20Y4NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 March 1997 drJAeAfietL Date Signedbyident'

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STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 16th Meeting5February 1997Bill #24SAReferendumPromotionWHEREAS,it is vital for an organization as diverse and worthy as the Student Association to continue to function on theSUNYOswego campus; andWHEREAS,communications and promotions willplayamajor role in the increased knowledgeofthe Student Association; andWHEREAS,the apathy and ignoranceofthe many services that the Student Association provide are prevalent among the student population; andWHEREAS,the passingoftheSAreferendum will continue to give the student population the power that it already has; andWHEREAS,the non-passingoftheSAreferendum will leave the student population in despair and powerless; andWHEREAS,the Student Associationisa healthy and diverse institution that isrunbythe students for the students and shouldbean eternal outletofexchangeontheSUNYOswego campus; andWHEREAS,it wouldbedetrimentalandfoolish not to allocate fundstopromote and increase awarenessofthe Student Association at a crucial time like this; andWHEREAS,Bill #54ofthe 29th Legislative session states that"noStudent Association moneybeused to encourage studentstovote for (yes)oragainst (no) any referenda put forth by the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York college at Oswego";THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that Student Association moniesbeused to encourage studentstovote (yes) for any referenda put forth by the Student Associationofthe State University Collegeofthe StateofNew York College at Oswego.BEITEVENFURTHERENACTEDthat an executive account under the vice president's office be addedtonextyear'sbudget and used only duringSAreferendum years.

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.....Bill #24BEITFINALLYENACTEDthat this bill supersedes Bill #54ofthe 29th Legislative Session Page 2 SUBMITTED BY: Karu F. Daniels, DirectorofCommunications SPONSORED BY: Gina Duncan, Steve McAlpin, Ken Huss, Ainsley Burrows, Jeannien Wagner Antos Lazarus .....''.,I' ... SENAlE ACIlONPassed 26YINOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 14 February 1997

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.. -... -... ,'-'... STATEUNlVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OSW'EGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewiCt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 5 February 1997Bill #25 Funds for PPB Spring ConcertWHEREAS,theProgramPolicy Board has provided concerts and other events for several years; andWHEREAS,PPB Concerts is interested in booking acts for March 15, 1997; andWHEREAS,PPB Concerts organized a concert event during the Fall semester and duetoa varietyofreasons the concert was not as successful as anticipated;WHEREAS,PPB Concerts needs additional fundingtoattract thetypeofhigh quality entertainment which PPB Concerts is known for;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork,College at Oswego that $25,000betransferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #838-1 (PPB Concerts) for the purposeofsecuring acts for the March15concert date SUBMITIED BY: Ted Metellus, PPB Concerts Chairperson SPONSORED BY: Craig Little.Steve McAlpin-SENATE ACTION Passed 28YINOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 February 19977

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....--SUTE UNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewin Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 17th Meeting 12 February 1997Bill #26Funds for Education ClubWHEREAS,the Education Club is an established Tier 1 organization; andWHEREAS,the organization needs funding to continueandbuild its membership; andWHEREAS,due to a change in executive board positions, the Education Club missed the Tier 1 funding deadlines;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $18.50 be transferred fromAcct #915 to an account to be created to fund the Education Club with the following breakdown: Portfolios for guest speakers Video Rentals for our meetings lUfAL SUBMITfEDBY: Carolyn Davy, Education ClubPresident SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Jeannien Wagner 15.00 $18.50'.-SENATE ACTION Passed22YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT21February 1997E1" u//)

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.. ..STATE UNIVERSTlY OF NEW YORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 18th Meeting 19 February 1997Bill #27Fundsfor Young Enlightened SistasWHEREAS,Young Enlightened Sistas is working in collaboration with theWomen'sCenter and intendtosolicit several speakers for various programs; andWHEREAS,YES will also hold their annual open house, wherewehope to recognize committed black and Latina faculty, staff, and students for their contribution to campus life; andWHEREAS,the money requested willbeused for the speakers expenses, food and decorations for the open hose, and plaques/certificates for the awards ceremony;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Young Enlightened Sistas, a minority woman support group receive$5,000.00 from Acct. #915 forWomen'sHistory Month. SUBMITI'ED BY: Ana Ozuna, YES Financial Coordinator SPONSORED BY:NoSponsorship

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SUTE UNIVERSflY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 19th Meeting26February 1997BILL #28 Young Enlightened Sistas SupportofWomen's Herstory MonthWHEREAS,the Young Enlightened Sistas is a Black and Latina woman support group dealing with emotional, spiritual, and contemporary issues; andWHEREAS,the Young Enlightened Sistas are working in collaboration with theWomen'sCenter and intendtohost Phyllis McEwen, poet and writer, forWomen'sHerstory Month; andWHEREAS,theYoung Enlightened Sistas also plan to hold their annual open houseonMarch 7 with hopetorecognize committed Black and Latina faculty, staff, and students for their contributiontocampus life; andWHEREAS,the Young Enlightened Sistas will need $1500.00 for these events;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the amountof$500.00betransferred fromAcct #915 to Acct. #964 for the speaker's expense. SUBMITTED BY: Ana Ozuna, YES Financial Coordinator SPONSORED BY: Harmonie Schwartz, Ainsley Burrows, Steve McAlpin, Gina Duncan SENATE ACTION Passed 23YlAOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 March 1997

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STATE UN/VERSrrYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 20th Meeting5 March1997Bill#29Additional Funds for Education ClubWHEREAS,the Education Club isanestablished Tier 1 organization; andWHEREAS,the organization needs fundingtocontinue and build its membership; and WHEREAS,due to a change in executive board positions, the Education Club missed the Tier 1 funding deadlines;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that$18.50 betransferred from Acct. #915 toAcct. #958 tofund the Education Club with the following breakdown: Portfolios for guest speakers Video Rentals for our TOTALSUBMITIEDBY:Carolyn Davy, Education Club President SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister $30.00 $33.50-SENATE ACTION Passed21YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT13March 1997 2J!tuMIe;"Iffz Date Signed by President

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.. STATE UNIVERSrIY OFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 April 1997Bill #30Senate TrainingWHEREAS,the Student Association Senate is a vital partofthe Student Association as a whole and the duties and the responsibilitiesofthe association influence the directionsofthe organization; andWHEREAS,the Senate is the direct link to the students and represent the face and the imageofthe Student Association; andWHEREAS,the scopeofresponsibilitiesofthe Senate is enonnous and at the presenttimethere are no guidelines as to the runningofa proper training session; andWHEREAS,by providing set guidelines for training will help the Senate assume their responsibilities;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that every first SaturdayinOctober be reserved for Senate Trainingtobe held at Fallbrook.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat the Senate's recruitment committee in conjunction with the vice president shall be responsible for Senate Training and that the vice president shall run the training and any future abbreviated sessions.BEITEVENFURTHERENACTEDthat Senate Training containallofthe following: 1) Researching and WritingofBills and Resolutions 2) Constitution and Bi-Laws 3) Executive Powers 4) Robert's RulesofOrder 5) Attendance 6) Finances 7) Committee Structures8)Executive Board and Functions 9) Clubs and OrganizationsBEITFURTHERENACTEDthat all executive officers and executive directors be present to aid in presentationofabove topics.

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Bill #30BEITEVENTFURTHERENACTEDthat bebudgeted for next semester into an accounttobecreated with the following breakdown and that all unused fundsbereturnedtoAcct. #915: Binder Holders $5.66 Breakfast (40 participants@ $3.25) 110.00 Bagels, Donuts, Muffins, Juice Lunch 50.00 Pizza,SodaBEITEVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat this bill supersedeallpast legislation concerning Senate Training.BEITFINALLYENACTEDthat all Senator's are required to attend this training by the said dateorlose their right to vote in Senate until they attend a further abbreviated training session tobeset forth by the committee, not to exceed more than one month for the next training session. SUBMITTED BY: Kristen Benjamin SPONSORED BY: Harmonie Schwartz Reviewed and amended by: The Long Range Planning Committee Page 2 SENATEACfIQNPassedl8YONlADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 May 1997 Date Signed by President

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..STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 21st Meeting 12 March 1997Bill #31Funds to Support American Marketing Association International Conference&CompetitionWHEREAS,the S.U.N.Y. Oswego Chapterofthe American Marketing Association (AMA) has forthefirst time ever inthehistoryofthe school advanced to the final eight (8)ofmore than 100 international, collegiateteamsintheAMAMarketing Challenge sponsored by Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. Superior completionofa thirty page written case study has presentedtheneed for the Oswego team, consistingofsix(6)members, to travel to New Orleans,LAto orally present their entry on the 17thofApril, 1997,andreturn at the conference's conclusion on the 19thofApril, 1997; andWHEREAS,the experience will provide team members the opportunity to: (1) network with marketing professionals from international backgrounds, (2) attend leadership building workshops givenbymodern business leaders, (3) shareourexperiences and newfound knowledge with S.U.N.Y. Oswego chapter members for their benefit,(4)bring international recognition to S.U.N.Y. Oswego and the S.U.N.Y. Oswego Chapterofthe American Marketing Association,and(5) be awardednoless than $500.00andno more than $2500.00 tobedeposited in to theAMA'sSAaccount to be used for financial supportoffuture chapter activities; andWHEREAS,the American Marketing Association is an SA affiliated organization with a membershipofover seventy active membersofall majors committed to mastering the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the professional marketing world;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$2,000.00 be allocated fromAcct #915 to the American Marketing Association for the defraying the costoftravel, conference registration, androom/boardatthe American Marketing Association's 19th Annual InternationalConference.SUBMITfEDBY: MarkJ.Walter, PresidentoftheAmerican Marketing Association SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Sam Reister,UnaWhitford, Floyd DeRizzio SENATE ACTION Passed DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT6 March1997 -LllaMA/&,/952 Date Signed by PreSident

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STATEUNIVERSnYOF NEw YORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 19 March 1997Bill #32Increase in Funds for Student AssociationWHEREAS,the Student Association is in dire needoffunds; andWHEREAS,the total enrollmentofthe college has decreased causing our income to decrease; andWHEREAS,the total need for spending and the demand for money from the Student Association has increased; and...WHEREAS,an $8 increaseofthe SA Fee for full-time undergraduates and a 53 cent increase for part-time undergraduate studentspercredit as well as a 53 cent increasepercredit for graduate students would increase the total incomeofthe Student Association by approximately $108,000;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York CollegeatOswego that the Student Association Feebeincreased for undergraduate students by $8persemester.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the Student Association Feebeincreased by 53 centspercredit for undergraduate part-time students.BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat the Student Association Feebeincreased by53centspercredit for graduate students. SUBMITTED BY: Bradley Goldowsky, Seneca Hall Senator PeterV.Kurys, Chief Engineer, WTOP SPONSORED BY: SENA1EACTION Withdrawn

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;. STATE UNlVERSrIY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 19 March 1997Bill #33Funds for Tae Kwon Do ClubWHEREAS,the Tae KwonDoClub has been partofSAsince 1988andpresently has sixteen members who work very hard. Since 1988, the club had not had a budget for travelortournament expenses, with SA funding only covering instructor fees, equipment and demonstrations; andWHEREAS,during the fall semestertheTae KwonDoClub travels to Poughkeepsie,NYfor a tournament.Forthese tournaments the club has paid for theirowntravel expense and does not need lodging because they leave very earlyinthe morning; andWHEREAS,at these tournaments our club members represent SUNY Oswego and have returned with several trophies on each occasion that the club has gone to a tournamentInthe past only oneortwo members have participated in the New York City tournament during the spring semester. Nowwehave more members in the club and we have more members that would like to participate in the tournament; andWHEREAS,the New York City Tae KwonDotournament will take place this year atNYUniversity on Saturday, April 26 at 1O:00am;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $900 should be transferred fromAcct #915 to Acct. #948 (Tae KwonDo)for fundingoftheir trip to the New York City Tournament with the following breakdownoffunds: 2rooms@$100 8 entry fees @ $50 Travel Expense (SAvansand Tolls>TOTALSUBMlTfEDBY:Dawn Metott, TaeKwonDoClub SPONSORED BY: Kristen Benjamin SENATEACIlONPassed 19Y2NOA$200.00400.00300.00$900.00 Mark Hafner, SA President DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 3 April 1997 Date SignedbyPresident

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STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting2April1997Bill #34Transfer forSA VACFuelWHEREAS,SAVACplays a very importantandvitalrole on this campus; andWHEREAS,itis very important thattheyhavethenecessary supplies neededtooperate; and .WHEREAS,these supplies mustbeaccessibletothe operations twenty-four hours aday;andWHEREAS,any transfers over $299.99havetobe approvedbytheSenate; ,THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senate of the State University ofNewYork:College at Oswego that $2000betransferredfromAcet.#871(SAVACInsurance Fund)toAcct.#875 (Supporting Services) to cover the costofdieselfuel.SUBMITTEDBY:JasonMiller,SAVACSPONSOREDBY:Sam Reister,Una Whitford, Alicia Lendennan, Craig Little-SENATEACfION Passed 21YONOADATEPRESENTEDTO PRESIDENT10April1997 Mark Hafner.SAPresident Date SignedbyPresident

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STATE UNIVERSTlY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion SUNY Oswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 2 April1997Bill #35 PPB Spring ConcertWHEREAS,the Program Policy Boardhasprovidedconcertsandother events for several years;andWHEREAS,PPBConcertsisinterestedinbookinganact for a springshow;andWHEREAS,inaccordance with Bill#25ofthethislegislative session, $25,000 was allocated toPPBConcerts for a concert tobeheldonMarch15,1997;andWHEREAS,this concert never took place andthefundswere neverused;andWHEREAS,PPBConcerts needs funding to attract the type of high quality entenainment whichPPBConcerts is knownfor;andTHEREFOREBEIT bytheStudent Association SenateoftheState UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that the $25,000 thatwastransferred from Acct #915 toAcct.#838-1 (pPB Concerts) fortheMarch15concertbeusedtosecureanactfor a spring concertonApril26.SUBMITI'EDBY:TedL.Metellus,PPBConcerts Chairperson SPONSOREDBY:SamReister, Gina Duncan, Camille Gordon-SENATEACfIQN Passed19YINOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 3 April1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresident Date SignedbyPresident..

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STATEUNNERSllYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 24th Meeting 9 April 1997Bill #36BSU Events AccountWHEREAS,BSU was granted $5000 by the Senate through passageofBill #18 to assist BSU in hosting its 26th annual formal dinner; andWHEREAS,due to cancellationoftwoofthe entertainment guests the $5000 was not used; andWHEREAS,many individuals who attended the dinner came because they were expecting the entertainerstoperfonn, felt cheated becauseofthe cancellations; andWHEREAS,BSU was accusedoffalse advertisement and continues to receive threatsofbeing sued; andWHEREAS,BSU is a very proactive SA organization on this campus and, lost a lotofgoodwill as a resultofthis embarrassing situation, BSU is planningtouse the $5000 make up for these cancellations by providing free entertainmentorentertainer(s)orboth for the students at SUNY Oswego and the individuals that attended the dinner, on April 26, 1997; andWHEREAS,the $5000 was previously approved in February; andWHEREAS,BSU, a Student Association organization, must clear its name in both word and deed; andTHEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the $5000 which was previously approved be re-approved to remain in theBSUevents account #663 and be used for sponsoring free entertainmentorentertainer(s)orbothonApril 26, 1997. SUBMITTED BY: Steve McAlpin SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Gina Duncan, Ester Wilson, Ainsley Burrows, '....... SENATE ACTION Passed 14Y7NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENf17April 1997 Mark Hafner, SA President Date Signed by President

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<', STATEUNIVERSrrYOFNEWYORK COUEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 April 1997Bill #37 Increase in Funds for theStudentAssociationWHEREAS,the Student Association is in needoffunds; andWHEREAS, '" WHEREAS, rWHEREAS, ... "v,<*.. a larger portionofour budget is now going towards payroll, due to the increase in minimum wage; and with such increases we are currently unable to effectively support our clubs and organizations; and after great debate and student input the Long Range Planning committee has decided that the following would be reasonable;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Student AssociationFeebeincreased by $3.00 for full-time undergraduate students.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the Student Association Fee be increased for graduate and part-time students in accordance with Association laws and regulations. SUBMITTED BY: The Long Range Planning Committee SPONSORED BY: Kevin Parker, Ken Huss, Craig Little -.,. ..SENATE ACTION Passed 17Y2NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 1 May 1997 Mark Hafner, SA PresidentS / I Date Signed by President

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'---.. .. -STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 April 1997 Bill #38 Funds for Education ClubWHEREAS,the Education Club is an established Tier 1 organization; andWHEREAS,the organization needs funding to continue and build its membership; andWHEREAS,due to a change in executiveboard positions, the Education Club missed the Tier 1 fundingdeadlines;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $35.00 be transferred from Acet. #915 to Acct. #958tofund the Education Club with the following breakdown: Portfolios for guest speakers for April 29 meeting $35.00 SUBMITTED BY: Carolyn Davy, Education Club President SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, AinsleyBurrows, Alicia Lendennan, Craig Little --;. SENATE ACTION Passed 19YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 1 May 19975/1 Date Signed by President

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" .-.... .STAlEUNJVERSIlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 April 1997Bill #39ConcertPlanningfor Upcoming SchoolYearWHEREAS,concert events areanintegral and key elementofprogramming on this campus; andWHEREAS,due to budget constraints, the concen programming budget was cut $9500 from the previous year; andWHEREAS,the budgeted amount is not sufficient to cover the costsoffall and spring concens, as wellasfree May Day entertainment; andWHEREAS,concen programming mustbenegotiated and planned months in advance in order to bring national acts to campus and to promote them effectively; andWHEREAS,the fall semester is an opportune time to bring popular acts to campus;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew Yark College at Oswego that the income from the April 26 event at Laker Hall and the May4concenin the H.U. Ballroomberolled over and transferred to the Campus Community Entertainment Accountofthe 1997-98 fiscal year.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat the present DirectorofConcertsbehired to stay in Oswego for this upcoming summer in order to setupconcen programming for the fall 1997 semester and that hebecompensated with a $1000 summer stipend tobededucted from the Campus Community Entertainment Account SUBMITIED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Craig Little, Sam Reister, Brian McLean ,. SENATE ACTION Passed13Y6NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT1 May 1997 Mark Hafner, SA President :;/ J /OJ7 Date Signed by President

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-,,./ ..., SUrEUNIVERSIlY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewin Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University Collegeat Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 25th Meeting16April 1997 SpecialOrdersBill #40FinalBudgetAmendmentsWHEREAS,the Senate Finance Committee was charged with making thefinalamendments to the 1997-98 Student Association Budget; andWHEREAS,the committee was given a specific listofaccounts to amend;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student AssociationSenateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following amendments be made to the 1997-98 Budget:Accr TOLE TOTAL ADJUSTMENTTQfALAMf721 Executive Projects -$1000.00 $2800.00 LARC +1000.00 1500.00WTOP601Production +184.29 1284.29 607 Maintenance +600.00 4000.00WNYO595 Summer Stipend +334.00 3334.00Women'sCenter889-1 Women Making News +300.00 900.00StateSingers651Music +100.00 400.00HewittUnionBoard820 Opening Weekend +600.00 4100.00 CollegeChoir618 Concert Expense +235.00 415.00 620 Robe Maintenance/Accomp. +100.00 300.00 CollegeCommunityOrchestra635 Concert Expense +100.00 300.00 636 Music +100.00 500.00 638 Perfonners +200.00 450.00TotalAdjustments$2853.29

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I.. ..... 1, Bill #40 SUBMITI'ED BY: The Finance Committee SPONSORED BY: Senate SENATE ACITON Passed18YONlADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT17April 1997 Page 2 IJrd-/ Mark Hafner,SAPresident Date SignedbyPresident

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..-,. STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 26th Meeting 30 April 1997SpecialOrdersBill #41Funds for Equestrian TeamWHEREAS,the Oswego State Equestrian Team (OSE1) is a well-established Tier 4 organization which has been in operation for several years; andWHERE AS,two membersofthe OSET have qualified to competeinthe National Intercollegiate Horse Show competition to be held May 2May 4 at Mount Holyoke in South Hadley, Mass.; andWHEREAS,the team has been working and ridingallyear to qualify for this competition,inwhich two members qualified; andWHEREAS,these riders wouldberepresenting SUNY Oswegointhe national competition which is an honor for both the riders and the college;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$316betransferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #495 to help defray the costofthe trip with the following breakdown: Mileage (640 miles@ .20/mile) $128 Hotel(lroom for 2 nights @ $69/night) 138 Entry fees (2@$25) lUI'AL $316 SUBMITTED BY: The Equestrian Team, Shannon Whitney, President SPONSORED BY: Sam Reister, Craig Little, Ainsley Burrows, Harmonie Scwartz J. SENATE ACTION Passed 19YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 1 May 1997 rt-rJ/J I /Jr1l6// Mark Hafner, SA President Date Signed by President

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SUTE UNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 ...--. tStudent Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session26thMeeting 30 April1997Special Orders Bill #42 Election Results _.4.. __WHEREAS,the elections occurred last month; andWHEREAS,theelections' chair has not submitted a bill,todate, for the validationofthe results; andWHEREAS,these weretheofficial results from those elections;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate oftheState UniversityofNewYork CollegeatOswego thatthefollowing resultsbevalidated by thisbody: 7President Vice President Oneida Onondaga Scales Waterbury Off-Campus Mark Hafner Mike Cassidy Senators Ken Huss* Kathleen Grauer* Craig Little Sam Reister Josue Figureroa* Gabriella Fassinger* Kevin Parker Unisa Barrie Ingrid Robinson Antos Lazarus > SAReferendum remains mandatory. *Denotes winner via Write-in Campaign -'< SUBMITfEDBY:Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSOREDBY:The Body SENATE ACfION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1May1997 Mark Hafner,SAPresident5/ Date SignedbyPresident

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,. STATEUNIVERSFlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Special OrdersBill #43Student Association BudgetStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 26th Meeting30April 1997WHEREAS,the Student Association Budget Council has completed the budgetary and appeals processestofonnulate the budget allocations for the fiscal year 1997 -98; andWHEREAS,a bill for the acceptanceofthe total allocations which the Senateofthe 32nd Legislative Session has recommended mustbepassed in thefonnofa bottom line net allocation figure; andWHEREAS,itis the dutyofthe Legislative Branchofthe Student Associationtopass an appropriations level for the next fiscal year;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the appropriations for fiscal year 1997 -98beas follows: Total Appropriations Income from Net Appropriation $ 1,032,350.00 1,032.350.00$0Beit further enacted that the fee for the academic year 1997-98beset at $66.00 per semester for full-time undergraduate students, part-time undergraduate students will pay $4.40 per credit hour, undergraduate students taking 12 creditsorover will pay $66.00 and graduate students will pay $4.40 per credit hour not to exceed $66.00. SUBMITTED BY: C.A. Foehser, DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY:SamReister, Craig Little, Hannonie Schwartz SENATE ACTION Passed 18YONlAMark Hafner, SA President DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 1 May 1997 S-/I/i7 Date Signed by President

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-> .. -STATEUNlVERSIlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 26th Meeting30April 1997SpecialOrdersBill #44 Funds for ChemistryClubWHEREAS,the Chemistry ClubofSUNY Oswego is in needoffunds; andWHEREAS,the funds are for five membersofthe Chemistry Club to present at the Northeast Regional Meeting for the American Chemical Society on June 22 -25, 1997; andWHEREAS,itwouldbegood representationoftheoutstanding chemistry program at SUNY Oswego that was recognized as the top SUNY school and 18th in the nation last year for the amountofA.C.S. Accredited Degree's (the highest degree offered at the undergraduate level produced);THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Chemistry Club receive $924 with the following breakdownoffunds: Registration (five presenters@$40) $200 Hotel (five rooms for three nights@$38) 570 SA van rental (Appr. 385 miles@$.40/mile) ltYfAJl $924 SUBMITTED BY: Anthony Donofrio SPONSORED BY: Ainsley Burrows, Steve McAlpin, Sam Reister, Floyd DiRizzio -. -SENATE ACTION Passed 19YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 1 May 1997 Mark Hafner, SA President5/1/'7Date Signed by President

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--,-..... ... SumUNIVERSrTY OFNEWYORK COLlEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 2nd Meeting11September 1996Resolution #1SAFunds UsedForOnly Nondiscriminatory SpeakersWHEREAS,a growing concern amon$ students, faculty, and staff has recently arisen about the fundingofspeakers that denounce specific groups and individuals on the SUNY Oswego Campus;landWHEREAS,SUNY Oswego isanacademic community which celebrates cultural diversity and supports the dignity of aU individuals. Oneofthe College's goals istoenhance the campus community's awareness and appreciationofthe diversityofthe cultural experiences, abilipes, and relationship preferences which are represented within the population offticulty, students and staff. Ideally, each student will develop intoanactive citizen, capableofparticipating in a positive mannerina complex, pluralistic society; andWHEREAS,the College has issued nondiscrimination policies which protect membersofthe College work force and swdent population. Furthermore, sincethis institution receives both Federal andiState funding, discrimination toward studentsaswellasemployees on the disability, or marital status is illegal and can be redressed through insitiutipnal procedures which conformtoState and Federal statutes: Federal Legislatipn: Sections503and 504ofthe Rehabilitation Act, 1973, TitleIVofthe Rightsof1964, and Titlevnof the Equal Opportunity Actof1972, Title IXof tqe 1972 Education Amendments and New York State Legislation: New York State Rights Law and Governor's Executive Order40.1(1980);THEREFORE iDE ITRESOLVEDby the Student Association ofthe State University of New York College at Oswego that any group or organization under the Student Association Charter be forbidden touseany student moneys for the hiringofany speaker that has a history of denouncing any individual or group represented on the SUNY Oswego Campus.*Note: Paragraphs two and three were taken outofthe 1996-1997 Student Hand Book for Student Conduct, Judicial Codes, College Policies and Residence Hall Rules and Regulations. SUBMITTEDBY:Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator, Steven Saks, Co-President, JSU SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky SENATE ACTION SenttoCommittee

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--../fi'-" STATE UNIVERSllYOF NEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 2nd Meeting11September 1996Resolution #2 Commendation of Individuals Involved inTearGas IncidentWHEREAS,onSunday, May 5, 1996 at approximately 1:00 p.m., a canister containing tear gas was setoffcausing an irritating, choking, and dangerous gas intoHartHall; andWHEREAS,every residentofHart Hall was forced to evacuate andremain outside for almost five and one-half hours; andWHEREAS,several residents including the hall director and a custodian needed immediate medical attention providedbySAV AC, Oswego Hospital, the CityofOswego Fire Department, and the Oswego Town Fire Department; andWHEREAS,two residentsofHart Hall needed to be escorted into Oswego Hospital for further medical treatment; andWHEREAS,this incident was caused without warning in the middleofstudents studying for finals; andWHEREAS,numerous organizations worked tirelessly in treating the injured and investigating the causeofthis incident;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following organizations be fully recognized and commendedinthe formofa signed copyofthis document for their unwavering and unselfish actionsindealing with the Hart Hall tear gas incident: PublicSafety,SAV AC, Residence Life and Housing, Funnelle Hall, Oswego Hospital, Oswego Fire Department, Oswego Town Volunteer Fire Department and others who participated in dealing with this emergency.BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat Interim PresidentDeborahStanley be commended for taking the time in visiting the two residentswhowent to Oswego Hospital and for leading the effort in bringing justice to the guilty partyorparties.

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Page 2 Resolution#2BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat the Senate fully condemns those responsible for causing this terrible incident and will not tolerate at any time individuals who partake in these idiotic and stupid actsoffoolishness.BE IT FINALLY RESOLVEDthat a copyofthis resolution be sent over to the MayorofOswego,Dr.Terrence Hammill, as a signofthe college's appreciation to the city for assisting us with their equipment and personnel. SUBMITTED BY:RogerH.DeMott, Former Associate Justiceofthe Supreme Court Christopher Strong, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky -"".... --' .. .. SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT13September 1996 Chris Brodt,SAPresident

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:.,....-.-.......,.:.... ... ..,..,,...-.',.,-......SUrE UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate32ndLegislative Session 8th Meeting 23October1996Resolution #3SUNYBinghamton ProjectWHEREAS,the respective Student Association GovernmentsoftheSUNY/CUNYsystem were created to protect and represent undergraduate students to the larger University Community; andWHEREAS,theSUNYBinghamton Student Association Government instead aligned with the Administration in an effort to suppress and silence students who were under representedintheir Student Association Government; andWHEREAS,SUNYBinghamton Student Association solicited the aidoftheirULED(UniversityLawEnforcement Division) officers and the Vestal Police to enforce their exclusionary practices; andWHEREAS,theactionofthese officers led to the unnecessary injwy andharmoffellowSUNYstudents becauseoftheir useofforce;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDbytheStudentAssociation Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego thatwethank and commend the unnamed officer who defendedourfellowSUNYstudents.Wearedisturbedbysuch displaysofexclusionary practicesbyfellow Student Association Governments. and by the approach thatULEDOfficers and local police administered to encroach the basic rightsofthese students.ThebehaviorbySUNYBinghamton Student Association andULEDOfficersisbeyond reproach.andourfull support is rallied for those studentswhocourageously fought for their Constitutional Rights. SUBMITTED BY: Vice President Elizabeth Linderberry SPONSORED BY: Harmonie Schwartz SENATE ACTIONFAILEDOY16N4A

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STATE UNNERSETYOFNEW YORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 10th Meeting 6 November 1996. --.... WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Resolution #4 College-Community Exchange DaysNovember 6 and November 12 were declared College-Community Exchange Days; and the eventsofthe two days will enable membersofboth groups to gain an understandingofeach other; and this understandingisthe cornerstoneofbetterrelations between membersofthe college and membersofthe community; and it is paramount to continue on with these relations;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego thatweacknowledge the importanceofthe College-Community Exchange Days andwepledge to continue these relationships throughout the year .BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthatwethank all the membersofthe College-Community Relations Committee for planning this event.SUBMITIEDBY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Chris Strong,Craig Little, Harmonie Schwartz, Kristen Benjamin, Ken Huss Alicia Lenderman, Kristen Woodcock, Gina Duncan SENATE ACTION PassedbyGeneral Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 November 1996 Chris Brodt,SAPresident jJ/8/qbDatelSigned by President

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STATE UNIVERSrTY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 10th Meeting 6 November 1996Resolution #5 Concerns about NYPIRGthis semesterourcampus has only seen one project running (voter registration, ie. Voter Registration Guide); and this resolution isbynomeans condemning the NYPIRG organization as a whole, we are only questioning the way this chapter is being run under the current Project Coordinator; a large amountofstudent's moneys are given to the New York Public Interest Group (NYPIRG) each semester; and NYPIRG has a signed contract with the Student Association to provide a full-time staff person on the campus; and a precedent has been set forth by past project coordinators, by attending and giving an update at every Student Association meeting; andTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Association show its concern that the student mandated fees are not being used properlyonourcampus ... ;WHEREAS, ....,'WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,-WHEREAS, ..' .. .'-. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat NYPIRG review the current situation so that we can at least reassure the student body that their moneys are being used wisely.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat a signed copyofthis resolution be sent to the NYPIRG's Executive Director, Chairperson, Regional Coordinator, and the Project Coordinator atSUNYOswego.SUBMITfEDBY: Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Salvatore Labaro, Jeannien Wagner, Chris Strong, Sam Reister SENATE ACTION Passed21YONOAChris Brodt,SAPresident DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 8 November 1996 Date Signed by President

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,,-.... STATE UNlVERSnY OFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session10thMeeting 6 November 1996Resolution #6 A ThankYouto Damon MaxwellWHEREAS,Damon Maxwellhasbeenanintegral partofthe Oswe&onian. particularly as Editor-in-Chief; andWHEREAS,Mr. Maxwell has dedicated a countless numberofhours toward the successofthe Oswe&Qnian; andWHEREAS,his efforts not only reflected thatofthe Oswe&onian, but also towardstheStudent Association;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association SenateoftheState UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that Damon Maxwellbethanked forallof his dedicated hard work in the publishingofthe Oswe&onian and tothebettennent oftheStudent Association .BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat a signed copyofthis resolution be sent to Mr. Maxwell. SUBMITIED BY:Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Brad Goldowsky, Sam Reister,KenHuss -.''. SENATE ACfION PassedbyAcclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT19November 1996 -amtt' Chris Brodt, SA President.J ICf / Date

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"'-..-. STATE UNIVERSrIY OFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 14th Meeting11December 1996Resolution #7SupremeGratitudeWHEREAS,the Supreme Court under Chief JusticeMoretti has been oneofthe most effective Judicial Bodies in Student Association history; andWHEREAS,Mr.Moretti demonstrated extreme professionalism in the carrying outofhis duties, never letting personal feelings influence his decisions; and WHEREAS,he has set a new standard for the positionofChief Justice and has served as an advocate and he is extremely helpful to new clubs and organizations in the difficult processofwriting an effective constitution; andWHEREAS,Chief Justice Morettiisgraduating andisleaving behind a legacy for all future Supreme Court Chief Justices; andWHEREAS,Mr.Moretti was the only Presidential appointment ever questioned by the Senate and there were even a coupleofno votes cast, he has overridden this start and become oneofthe finest persons to ever serve this office; .... THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that JonP.Moretti be thanked and commended for his extreme sacrifice to the studentsofthis campus and the organizationsofthe Student Association.BE ITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat Mr. Moretti be congratulated on his graduation and that we wish him luck in all his future endeavors.BE ITFINALLYRESOLVEDthat Mr. Morettibegranted the positionofChief Justice Emeritus Status by this house and we encourage him to return to visit as soon as possible. SUBMITTED BY: Chris Brodt SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 16 December 1996 Chris Brodt,SAPresident /qf,DatJ Signed by President

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... --STATE UNIVERSTTY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 21st Meeting12March1997Resolution#8Election Assistance Commendations .-., .:1........ ----WHEREAS,theelections were last weekanda countless numberofpeople helped to support them in several differentways;and WHEREAS,we,asanAssociation, probably could notofheldanelectionwithout their support and services; andWHEREAS,a resolutionofthankyouwould greatly be appreciatedbyall who aidedusin our election; andWHEREAS,thefollowing is a listofwho stood out during the election period and in what way they contributed totheelection: Hank BabcockandMichaelRossfor helping the Association throughallaspectsofthe elections. Casey WalpoleandtheRegistrar's Office for the last minutehelpthat we received from your office,bysupplying the Association with the namesofregistered students, with little ornowarningasto when the elections were to be held. Ellen Wahl and the R.S.V.P. Office and Volunteers for your help in makingtheelections run smoothly. Marvin Henchbarger andtheResidence Life and Housing Office for giving the Association last minute assistance by wayofthe name lists with addresses. Without these lists we would surely not have been able to run a proper election. Craig Traub, Glenn Topley, and Auxiliary Services for the meals for the poll watchers,andespecially for the last minute useofthe lift-gate truck. The CityofOswego Clerk's Office forthelast minute useoftheadditional voting booth. Vice President Chris StrongandSenator Little for making surethevoting machines were opened and closed, and operating smoothly. Ken Huss and the restofthe Elections Committee.

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..-. ..Resolution#8Page 2THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby theStudentAssociation Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego that the above mentioned peopleandthose individuals we may have forgotten receiveourextreme gratitude for all that theyandtheir staff didtohelp this be a successful election.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthatthe Association recognize that an All-Campus Election could not be held without the contributionsofall who were mentioned above.BE IT FINALLY RESOLVEDthat a copyofthis resolution be sent to those mentioned as a gestureofThankYouonbehalfofthe Student Association .. SUBMITTED BY: Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator SPONSORED BY:TheSenate .-.. SENATE ACTION Passed 20YINOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 19 March 1997 lhMelt/997 Date Signed by President

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---.... .. STATEUNIVERSIlYOFNEWYORK COLlEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 19 March 1997Resolution#10ThankstoElizabethE.LinderberryWHEREAS,Elizabeth Linderberry has striven to keep the Student Association alive and well; andWHEREAS,Elizabeth has shown her dedicationandenthusiasm towards the studentsofSUNY Oswego; andWHEREAS,the Student Association would not be where it is todayifElizabeth hadn't taken office;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDthat the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego thanks President Elizabeth E. Linderberry for her hard work and dedication to the Student Association.BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat Elizabeth is wished the bestinall her future endeavors. SUBMITTED BY: BradA.Goldowsky, Seneca Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: The Senate-SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT17April 1997 Mark Hafner, SA President

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-STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 19 March 1997Resolution #11 A Strong FarewellWHEREAS,ChristopherR.Strong has been a long-time memberofthe Student Association Senate; andWHEREAS,it has been proven thathehas been extremely loyal to all his causes, especially the Tyler Hall steps; andWHEREAS,his knowledgeofRobert's RulesofOrder has always been beneficial for keeping ..the senate meeting running smoothly;andWHEREAS,he has been a role modeltoall; andWHEREAS,it is really hard to say goodbye and he will be greatly missed;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDbytheStudent Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York CollegeatOswego that we would liketothank ChristopherR.Strong, Vice Presidentofthe Student Association, for everything that he has contributed over the years.BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat Christopher R. Strong is granted Senator Emeritus Status by this house. SUBMITfED BY: Harmonie Schwartz, Off-Campus Senator Brad Goldowsky, Seneca Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Craig Little, Ken Huss-SENATE ACTION PassedbyAcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT20March 1997 Ifla2k&6d6 I YJ 2Date Signed by President '

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---SUTEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewiuUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 26th Meeting 30 April 1997Resolution#12AGoodbyetotheHarmoniousSchwartzWHEREAS,Harmonie Schwartz has been a long-time memberofthe Student Association Senate; andWHEREAS,it has been proven that she is an extremely loyal memberofSenate, and is never afraid to speak out; andWHEREAS,her dedication to the Student Association is going to be missed; andWHEREAS,it is extremely hard to say good-bye;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that we thank Harmonie Schwartz forallher hard work and dedication towards the Student Association.BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthatHarmonie Schwanz be wished the bestofluckinallher future endeavors.BEITFINALLYRESOLVEDthatHarmonie Schwanz be granted Senator Emiritusstatusbythis house. SUBMITIED BY: BradleyA.Goldowsky, Seneca Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: The Body-SENATE ACTION Passed 17Y 2NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 1 May 1997 Mark Hafner, SA President 5/1/0;7 Date SignedbyPresident

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-'. ,,; --. -WHEREAS, WHEREAS, STAlE UNIVERSUYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576EXECUTIVE ORDER #1Program Policy Board was effectively closedofffrom the budget process: and there is still a desire to have a programming group on this campus, thereforeBE IT that an Executive Committee known as Program Policy Board be created and that its purposes shall include providing a varied programofactivities and events which benefitsallstudents at SUNY Oswego.BE IF FURTHER ORDEREDthat this committee shall consistofthe following subcommittees: 1) Lectures 2) Fine Arts 3) Concerts 4) Cinevisions 5) Multicultural 6) Impromptu Membership on these committees shall be open to all students who have paid theirSA and everyone is invited and encouraged to join. Meetingsofthe various committees will be held onaregularbasis, at least every other week with announcementsofsuch meetings posted campus wide. The Student Association President will act as the DirectorofPPB. Committee chairs will be appointed, evaluated, and may be dismissed by the Student AssociationPresident. PPB shall strive in every way to serve the interestsofour diverse student body presenting activitiesofa educational, cultural and social nature. PPB'spriQcipal advisor shallbethe Assistant DirectorofCampus Life for Student Activities, (in his/her absence the DirectorofCampus Life) yetitis expected that they would utilize the adviceofvarious membersofthe College Community to produce the best quality programs.BE IT FURTHER ORDEREDthat by-laws will be developed to define the internal functionofthe committee. Chris Brodt Student Association President

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SENA TOR VOTING RECORDSYYY------------_._--YY_ .. --.NYYY Y Y Y ......... .... Y ................ Y................--.---.. -.". Y Y Y--_ """."'y.-. N N .___-__- o._y NNN NJ_ -__ -Y....-----'1--.. 97 __: BILL# 21 \ BILL# 22: BILL#23 \ BILL#28BILL#29 NY ..........1.....................y.. Y ---N ----_N_-_-_-____--_-l__Y--<_____ Y _Lenis [ Freeman.--_.,-------_. -----------------_.---_____f\J .__ N :Lenderman:N,Nl.......... y N N Y__ '!______ __ ..----:_ __Y .....__,N N-------'(___,__ _Y __(______f\J__ __._ _Off-Campus : Duncan N NY Y Y ,__.____::::::J__ --::_:-::-:: ::-y-::-._::: N f'.J____ Y '.________ Y __ ar 0_____ N :-_--_f\J___ YiY________ _Y ', ",__f\J .__ __X__ __ _____X__'t__9ff-Carl'lpus____________________.,,_____ Y McAlpinOff-Campus : Nicoletti ...:N.....,.... y N_c__f\J___ YOff-Campus i Schwartz YYY ____ __g----'----" __ "--"_-_':J--__ Off-Campus : Wilson, SY N N N-----. ...,,1 20-323-120-41-23---_ __.-_ -. '."'.'"""y 3-21TOTAL ... .."'."".. -----_ .. ----_ ......... -.-NOTES

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SENA TOR VOTING RECORDSYYY ...._--.. -.-. -_._.--------0--YY Y----._---Y .. -----:--------r---YY--._..----.----.... ----_.------_.-'.----------_.-----_._..-----------_._-------------...-----------.---_.---...----r-----YYY YYY-----_ ..."----.-r---_._-_. --------.".....-N YYN Y._-------_.. --------_... -..... Y ---------r Y --------------_.Y -.. ....,;..-.,.... .._ i3/12/97: 4/2/97 4/9/97 -'__cONsTiTUENCY!sE'NAToRT BILL #31': BILL #33' BILL ...y... yy y Cayuga i WoodsFunnelle .... ...C?.......y Funnell Fasslery !:" y .. Oneida HussY V V'..vi .Yy .....!:: v y ..................... ::,.::,:, ........ y::::.::::, .............". yScales : RyanY Y :............,y.Se':l.E:l.ca.........'!..... Seneca i GoldowskyY N Y Y .V; Yy J........... Yvv ........ Y "1 Y ....+-. ....... Y YOff-Campus : Guenther .. us Off-Campus i Martins Off-Campus i Parker bushOff-Campus iSchwartz.... Off-Campus : Zicari .. TOTALNOTES20-3 f. 18-219-1 --------_._----j---_. 21-0

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SENA TOR VOTING RECORDS .. .. .. -, --... 4/16/97 : 4/30/97 I IL L#41T BILL#42 N FunneU : FasslerY Y Y .. ..... .. ... Oneida i HussY Y Y .,J.,: . . y ....!yr............................ n r Y Y ..r::_:: .. ..'J,Seneca : GoldowskyN Y Y .................. Off-Campus j Cassidy ... Y : .. Off-Campus i Guenther ... aba0 .... .. y I ..... .....-----iY Y------_-__._--.--_..._._--._------_..--Y._....... _---.__ .-._----_.YY .;J. Off-Campus iSchwartz YAY y .....[. -TOTAL ........... NOTES14-7...._---.._-_.-.-.----20-0-1!19-0GENERALCONSENT

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...""-SENA TOR VOTING RECORDS4/30/97 ,.If!TOTALNOTES18-0-117-2 .... ----.---------.-r. 19-0

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SENA TOR VOTING RECORDS4/30/97Y Y Y_._------------,-_.-Y YNY Y YBILL #39 BILL #30-CONSTITUENCYSENATOR -I""" ister ........[Woods.... i 0.......... yFunnell [Fassler Y .[Ohen..J..... Lonis .n....... Oneida i Huss ..,........Xy.'!,...... Y ......,..! LittleY Y ....y,.....'L....Fti.9.9s r '!,.. YScales [ RyanN Y .. .' .A... Seneca N '! Seneca i GoldowskyN Y ....'.........J .r'" u Y. Off-Campus i Cassidy ............ : ....1:.:.............. ar .....+...X... Y r--J.. Off-Campus i Martins "-',.'y....................N........ .. ..[Parkerr......... .[Schwartz. :.. Off-Campus 1 ZicariTOTAL13-616-2-1_. ,.-NOlES



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". -,.......4 STUDENTASSOCIATIONSTATEUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEATOSWEGO32ndLEGISLATIVESESSION1996-97CHRISBRODT,PRESIDENTAPRIL1,1996-JAN.25,1997ELIZABETHLINDERBERRY,VICEPRESIDENTAPRIL1,1996-JANUARY25,1997PRESIDENTJANUARY25,1997-MARCH30,1997CHARLESA.FOEHSER,DIRECTOROFFINANCE

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STATE UNIVERSllY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewiuUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislativeSession 1stMeeting1May1996AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.RollCall3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.ExecutiveReportsChrisBrodtElizabethLinderberry6.FinanceReportLeeMoore7.NewBusiness Bill #1 8.PublicCommentandAnnouncements9.Adjournment

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.. STATE UNlVERSTIYOF NEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate Meeting 32nd Legislative Session 1stMeeting 1 May 1996 The 1 st Meeting of the 32nd Legislative Session was called to order at 6:45pm. A sign-in for roll call was passed around. Senator Strong objected to the Agenda and saidtohave Bill 1 putonSpecial Orders. There was another objection to the Agenda and to add election to President Pro-Tempore before Executive Reports. It was all approved andsowas the minutes. There was a nomination for Chris Strongtobe electedasPresident Pro Tempore. Hearing none, nine senators approved Strong as the newly elected Pro Tempore. Chris Brodt asked Jon Morettitocome downtothe Senate and swearinthe newly elected senators. Brodt congratulated all the new senators and said to ask anyone for help or that questionscanbe answered by the secretary of SA, or anyone who has been on board for a long time. A representative from SHRM came forward and spoke about a reimbursement of money for a conference. This annually conference will be taking placeonJune 22 26. The representative was asking for a reimbursementof$268.00. The Senate has the decision to allow the reimbursement to follow through; however, the Senate needs authorizationtooverride the ruling. The representative commented on how the secretaryofSA was knowledgableofgranting the money. but the Director of Finance did not. There was a suggestion made from the body to give them the money;itwas not doneonpurpose and since they areanorganization of SA,itwould be favorable. There was a motioninfavor to give them the money reimbursed; a 10:0:0 was passed.InBill1,a $10,000 amountissittinginanaccount ( enfranchise programming).Talkedina previous meeting, TicketMaster was brought up upon discussion. Moving from Movies Plus, the chargetobuy the stationis$2300. It would be placedinthe Union's check-cashing. Are there benefits and pluses? It will not make any money but will provide a service to the students. Per ticket,itwould make perhaps $0.15 $0.20. There would be no ser-charge for campus events ( dinners, etc.).This will save moneyinthe long run; Brodt said thatifinstalled, there would be a one year contract

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'.,. .. .. issued. The $2300 would include the installation of the machine and for the phone line. Mark Nahorny commented thatitwould not make money but perhaps cost money; you needtoproceed with caution with this matter. Itisviewed, however, as a programming opportunity. The Senate will not authorize this process. Senator Goldowsky urged not to pass because there needs to be more information found about this procedure.Inthe end, there was afavortopursue TicketMaster by avoteof 6:4. Rachel from NYPIRGannounced her last announcement and said that the two new students will be heretorunNYPIRG for next year. She wished all a good summer and good luck on finals. Chris Brodt thanked Rachel for all her hard work. Brodt then wishedeveryonea safe summer and for next year, there will be changes.FINANCEREPORTLee Moore #914 $4,000 (Management) #915 $1,358.80 (Contingency) #916 $0 (Fixed Assets) Bill#1Funds for CPS Seminar the reading was waived. Submitted by Collette James, Graduate Student, Conference Coordinator. And Sponsored by Chris Strong and Scott Wiley. Strong said that theyhavethe money set asideinAcct. 920;itwillbebeneficial; urged passage. Scott Wiley said they dohavethe money; urges passage. There was a motion tovoteonBill 1. Itpassed 10:0:0 Brad Goldowsky saidtoall thank you andhavea good summer. Chris Strong thanked Chris Brodt and Lee Moore. Mark Nahorny said that the Senate is a key partneronthis campus and there is a responsibility to attend the meetings and take action.Itisa learning experience. Jon Moretti clearly statedtoread the constitution! Dean said that thereis300 new transfer students cominginthis Saturday. The Seante's workisimportant; thereisa wide spread of representationonthis body. The first meeting of the 32nd Legislative Session and last of the year was adjournedat7:30pm .

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...-STATE UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at OswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session 2nd Meeting11September 1996AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approval of Agenda4.Approval of Minutes5.Executive Reports Chris Brodt Elizabeth Linderberry6.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance7.NewBusiness Resolution #1, Resolution #28.PublicCommentandAnnouncements9.Adjournment

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... ".... StudentAssociationstateuniversityCollegeatOswegoSenateMeeting32ndLegislativeSession2ndMeeting11September1996MinutesThe2ndmeetingofthe32ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:40pm. Asigninforrollcallwaspassedaround.Boththeagendaandtheminuteswereapproved.ExecutiveReportsPresidentChrisBrodtwelcomedthebodyback.Hethenproceededtointroducethemembersoftheexecutivebranch.HowardGordonfromthePresidents'Officewaspresent,andactingasaproxyforDeborahStanley.HeextendedStanleys'apologyfornotbeingabletopersonallyattend,andalsostressedthefactthatthereisanopen-doorpolicywiththePresidents'Office,andthatweshouldfeelfreetoaddressourissuesandconcernswiththem.MarkNahorneystressedthatourwholeexperiencewiththeStudentAssociationisanexperiencethatweshouldutilizeasanexcesize.Thisisanewsituationformanyofus,andweshouldseekouthishelp,orthehelpoftheSAExecutiveswithproblems,concerns,orquestions.PresidentBrodtthenintroduced:EricSchwars,intramuralsdirector;JonMorretti,ChiefJustice,SupremeCourt;TarynBreen,hisexecutiveassistant;KristiDiGoia,LeadCenter;StevenWoods,DirectorofMarketing;KeithWasho,OCAdirector;NateGarland,NYPIRGDirector;andRoyMirendaforappointmenttotheSASupremeCourt.RoystatedthatthehoursofavailabilitytomeethimwereTuesday,September17,1996,from3-4pm.NextMr.BrodtgavehisstateoftheAssociationAddress.Thisentailedtheoverviewofwhathehasbeenabletoaccomplishthroughoutthesummerandtheprojectwhicharestillbeingnegotiated.HestressedtheimportanceofcommunicationthroughouttheSAandreachingouttothestudentsasawholetogettheminvolvedwiththevariousprogramsthattheSAsponsors.Hefurtherstatedthatweneedtokeepinmindtheimportanceofattendingthemeetingsandthatsuggestionsarealwayswelcome,andweshouldkeepinmindtopromotetheSAasawhole.FurtherhestatedthattheCornerStoreisnowbringingin$400.00aday,whichisasubstantialincreaseintheirprofits.Inclosing,hestatedthatwehavemanythingsoccurring,andthatweneedthmaximumofparticipationandpromotions.

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.....FinanceReportsChrisBrodtforCAFoehser-Acct914$3,000.00ContingencyAcct.EmergencyfundsAcct915$15,000.00-needstolastallyear,forTierOneorClubsthatdonothavefundingAcct.916-$7,000.00-fixedassetsforcapitolequipment,ie:equipmentfortheTVandRadioandOswegonian.NOOLDBUSINESSTOBEDEALTWITHNewBusinessResolution #1; SAFundsforNon-DiscriminatorySpeakersSenatorSchwartzputthemotionbeforethefloortoplacethisissueonthetablefortheperiodofoneweek,thefloor,byavoteof8forand4againstvotedtoplacethisResolutiononthetableuntiltheSeptember18thmeeting.Resolution #2; CommendationforIndividualsInvolvedinTearGasIncidentSenatorStrongplacedanamendmentonthefloorandsuchamendmentpassedbygeneralconsent.AfterfurtherdebatetheResolutionpassedalsobygeneralconaentoftheassembly.Further,itwasagreedthatRogerH.DeMottwouldreceivedacopyofthesignedresolution.Also,DeborahStanleyistobeinreceiptofthesigneddocument.PublicCommentsSenatorGordon remnded theAssemblyoftheALANAConferencewhichistobeheldonSeptember16-21,andurgedeveryonetoattend.SenatorStrongapologizedforhisslighttardiness,andwentontoinformtheassemblythattheintramuralsportsprogramhasbeenimprovedgreatly,andinvolvementinsuchhasrisendramatically.SenatorWagnerinformedtheassemblyofaGroupcalledNETWORK,whichisaMinorityHonorSociety,whichmeetsat4-6pmin213HewittUnion.MorettionceagainstatedthattheassemblyshouldsendacopyofResolution #2 toRogerDeMott.HealsoinformedtheassemblythathewasconstructingaRoundTableDiscussionSerieswithWTOP,andwouldappreciatevolunteerstoactas guest hosts,hosts,andguestsonthisprogram.TheprogramwouldentailfacetssuchasNationalandDomesticConcerns.SenatorsStrongandWagnervolunteeredtobeinvolvedwiththisproject.

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.::.,. PresidentBrodtinformedtheassemblyoftheWomens'RugbyteamtiewithCortlandState,healsoremindedeveryoneoftheupcomingALANAConferenceonSeptember16-20.HealsoremindedtheassemblyoftheSAInvolvementFaironSeptember16that10am-3pmintheHewittUnionBallroom.HethankedtheLeadCenterfortheircooperationinsettingthisup.SenatorGoldowskycongratulatedtheSenators,PresidentBrodt,andtheChairfortheirreturntotheassembly,andcongratulcthenewsenatorsontheirplacementinthesenate.Hestressedtheimportanceofattendance,andstressedthatourworkcanonlybeefficient,andworthwhileifeveryoneshowstheincentivetoattend.MarkNahorneysuggestedthatatrainingsessionshouldbeheldtoacquainttheassemblywiththerulesandregulations,andtogettoknoweachotherbetter.Hesuggestedpossiblyasocial.?Also,hestressedthatwhenwedealwithresolution #1 weshouldkeepinmindthespeechcodesandthatwearedangerouslyclosetooversteppingboundariesconcerningfreespeech,andpriorrestraint.Hestressedthatthisresolutionshouldbecirculatedandtogetfeedbackastohowourconstituentsfeelpertainingtoits'content.HeextendedaninvitationtoattendtheALANAConferencesthatitisimportantforustoattend,andtocelebratethediversityofthecampusandtowelcomethenewstudentstoourranks.MikeSloikafromJohnsonHallwantstobecomeaSenatorandinquiredastohowtogoaboutthisandthatheneedsmoreinformationandespeciallyassistance.SenatorStrongstatedthathefeltthatSloikawouldmakeagoodsenator,andfurtherstatedthatAuxiliaryServiceshasundergonemanychangesandthattofurtherappeasewhatthestudentswanttheyneedinputfromthestudents.IE:howdoyoulikethechanges,wouldyouliketoseesomethingelseonthemenus,whatdoyouthinkofthenewmealplans.HealsobroughtuptheissueofthelackoflightsonthedesksinOnondagaHall.Canwegetsomethingaccomplishedinthereturnoflightsforthedesks?PerhapswecouldarrangeameetingwithWeeksorDriscollpertainingtothis?

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;... STATE UNlVERSrTYOF NEWYORK COUEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 3rd Meeting18September 1996AGENDA1.Call to Order2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Chris Brodt Elizabeth Linderberry6.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance7.NewBusinessBill#28.Public Comment and Announcements9.Adjournment

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.. "'. ..StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenateMeeting32ndLegislativeSession3rdMeeting18September1996MinutesThe3rdmeetingofthe32ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:45pm.Asigninforrollcallwasused.AnamendmentwasmadetotheagendatotakeResolution1offthetable,andmoveittoOldBusiness.Theminuteswereapproved.ExecutiveReportsPresidentC.D.BrodtreceivedunanimousconfirmationoftheappointmentofRoyMirendatotheSupremeCourt.Healsointroduced'Rose'totheassemblyforanappointmenttotheSupremeCourt.ShewillbeavailableintheSAfrom10-11onTuesday,Sept.24,1996fortheassemblytomeether.Healsobroughtittotheassembly'sattentionthatourlawyersarestillnegotiatingwithTicketmastertohavethemlocatedintheHewittUnion.DeanWassenauerwasthenintroducedtotheassembly.Hewelcomedeveryoneback,andremindedtheassemblythatthereisalwaysanopendoorpolicywithhimtodiscussourconcerns/problems.PresidentBrodtthenremindedeveryonethattheALANAconferencewaswellunderwayandurgedeveryonetoattend.AtthispointMarkNahorneywasintroducedtotheassembly,andhestatedthattheintramuralprogramhashadasignupregisterofover500students,andthattherehasbeenanexcellentturnoutforthepool,aswellastheotherfacilitieshereoncampus.TheneedforvolunteersfortheAdvisoryBoardoftheIntramuralswasthenbroughttotheattentionoftheassembly.Alsoagravethank-youtoKristiDiGoiaforhercontinued'involvementinthinvolvementFair.FinanceReportsCAFoesheriAcct914-$3,000.00tobeusedforemergencies,insurance,ect.Acct915-$15,000.00tobeusedforunforseenexpensesAcct916-$7,000.00

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.. tfi.c. ...OldBusinessResolution#1-AmendmentsweremadetoResolution#1,(seeattached).MotionmadetoreferResolution#1toacommittee.Thismotionwaspassedbygeneralconsentoftheassembly.Anamendmentwasalsopassedtohavea4weekceilingplacedonthecommitteeforanoutcomeofits'findings.Thiswaspassedbyavoteof14forand2opposed.Thecommitteeconsistsof:SenatorSchwartzSenatorThomasSenatorGoldowskySenatorLittleSenatorGordonNewBusinessBill#2-AnnualClubFundingDisbersementSponsorsforthisBillare;SenatorLittleSenatorReisterSenatorStrongPublicComments&AnnouncementsSenatorStrong:CongratulatedWomens'RugbyandTennisTeamsontheirfineperformances.RemindedtheassemblythattheOzoneisopenandupinoperations.LastSaturdayonlyfound3peopleintheestablishment,allofthemwereemployees.Pleasespreadtheword!SenatorSchwartz:PhiDeltaEpsilonishavingtheirannualFashionShowSaturday,September21,1996,inTimepieces.AlsothewalktobenefitAlzheimers'Diseaseisat9amthefashionshowisat7-9pm.SenatorGordon:TheALANAConferenceiswellunderway,pleaseattend.MarkNahorney:TheSenateisnowfillingup.WeshouldstillconsidersometrainingsessionsonParlaimentaryProcedure.ThisknowledgewillbenefituswellafterweleavetheSenate.Healsopointedoutthatweshouldremebertobringbackgroundmaterialontheissuesthatwewillbedealingwitheachweek.Thiswilltendtomake.thesemeetingsmoreinformativeandproductive2

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;"""... .. .. Alsopointedout,wasthatonThursdaynightstheOzonedoesnothaveacovercharge,thispertainstothehoursofllpmlam;pleasecomecheckusout!Mr.NarhorneyinclosingalsostatedthattheALANAConferenceiswellunderway,andthateveryoneshouldconsiderseeingsomeofit,becauseitwillbeanenrichingexperience.Thismeetingwasadjournedat7:55pm3

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....STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislative Session4thMeeting25September19%AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call 3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Chris Brodt ElizabethUnderberry6.FinanceReportC.A. Foehser, Director of Finance7.SpecialOrdersBill #38.OldBusiness Bill #29.PublicCommentandAnnouncements10.Adjournment

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.............. ... .-"..-STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 4th Meeting 25 September 1996MINUTESThe meeting was called to order at 6:50. Roll call was taken was taken with the following senators absent: Greg Napierala and Ester Wilson. The agenda was approved after the additionofa report on Resolution #1. The minutes were approved.President'sReport;Mike Kline, project coordinator from NYPIRG reported voter registration deadline is October. Need help with register blitz. Sign up with Abbey Ritterifyou want to help. Introduced Supreme Court Associate Justice candidate Rose Barber. PPB Concerts committee still trying to nail dates for Fall concert butitwill happen. Still negotiating Ticketmaster will have definite answer within two weeks. Thanked all participants in the ALANA Conference. Executive Board meetings will be held Thursdays, at 7:15 PM.vicePresident'sReport;Working with Steve Baker coordinate using Plus Plan in the Ozone.FinanceReportAcct. #914 (Management Contingency)=$3,000.00Acct#915 (Contingency)=$15,000.00 Acct. #916 (Fixed Assets)=$7,000.00SpecialOrdersBill #3 Transfer Within Hewitt Union Board Submitted by: C.A. Foehser, DirectorofFinance Sponsored by: Harmonie Schwartz Passed: 15 Yes, 3 No, 2 Abstained

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Minutes, 4th MtgOldBusinessPage 2 .. ,.. .. ...Resolution #1SAFunds Used For Only Nondiscriminatory Speakers Submitted by: Craig Little, Onondaga Hall Senator, Steve Saks, JSU Co-President Sponsored by: Hannonie Schwartz reported that resolution is against theSAconstitution. Has to be withdrawn. Refer to pg4, Section 8, No. 3ofthe constitution. Bill#2Annual Club Funding Disbursement Submitted by: C.A. Foehser, DirectorofFinance Sponsored by: Craig Little, Chris Strong, Sam Reister Two amendments: Outing Club funds increased to $2700,Volleyball increased to $1000.00 Passed: 20 Yes, 0 No, 0 Abstain Senator Chris Strong was elected to fill the senate seat on the Auxiliary Services Board. **Please note: My apologiesifthese minutes are not accurate.Ifyou know anyone who would be interested in being the Senate Clerk, please send them my way!!

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....-. .. ...-.. STATE UNIVERSTlY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session5thMeeting 2 October 1996AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Chris Brodt Elizabeth Linderberry6.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, Director of Finance7.Special OrdersBill #48.PublicCommentandAnnouncements9.Adjournment

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... -..STATE UNIVERSTlYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevelHewittUnion SUNY Oswego,NewYork13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 5th Meeting 2 October 1996MINUTESThe meeting was called to order at 6:32 pm. Roll call was taken with the following senators absent: Michael Garzo, Greg Napierala,andJeannien Wagner. The agenda was approved. The minutes were approved after an amendment was made to the President's Report.President'sReportDeborah Stanley spoke to the assembly. Filled us in on: new roofs goingonLanigan and Swetman Halls, Hart Hall renovation, Fibre Optic Loop being fully down, Steam lines being installed to promote energy efficiency. Rose McMorrow was confmned as a Supreme Court Associate Justice. Jason from SA VACaddressed the assembly concerning the need for a new ambulance. Gave the assembly the figures pertinent to this purchase, and in closing, invited the membersofthe assembly to set up a time to ride with SA VACtosee the benefitsofacquiring this new ambulance, and why it is needed.VicePresident'sReportDamon Maxwell addressed the assembly. Stated that he was lacking a managing editor.Finance ReportAcct. #914 (Management Contingency)=$3,000.00 Acct. #915 (Contingency)=$15,000.00 Acct. #916 (Fixed Assets)=$7,000.00NoOld Business to be dealt with. New BusinessBill#4 -Creationofthe Rules Committee Submitted by: Harmonie Schwartz, Off-Campus Senator Sponsored by: Brad Goldowsky, Craig Little, Salvatore Labaro

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,,..Amendments:1.Special Orderstobe placedatthe topofthe bill.Passedby General Consent.2.Strike the fIrst "Whereas"clause. Passedbyvote:12Y,6N,1A.3.Change the "Thereforebeit enacted" clause to ..."havea training session every thirdweekoftheFallsemester,andevery secondweekofthe Spring semester" ...PassedbyGeneral Consent. Special Orders bill #4 passedbyvoteofGeneral Consent.Public Comment and AnnouncementsGoldowsky: Mr. Maxwell was treatedbythe assembly badly,hewalkedoutdisgusted,andfeels that Mr. Maxwell shouldbetreated with respect. Apologized for assembly's behavior, which solie tedmanycomments from the assembly about how Mr. Maxwell wasrudeanddisrespectfultothem.Feltthat the slight laughter during theSAVACinvitation was reprehensible, and felt that drinkingoncampus should not be made a light matter. Schwartz:TheOffCampus Association Meeting will take placeonThursday, October 3, 1996at6:00pmin theOCA OffIce. Hopefully they willbebringing in some more senators. Strong: This Saturday,October5, 1996 is Rugby Day! Both the men'sandwomen's teamshavegames, pleasecomeoutto watch,rootthe teamsonandtoshow support!Gamesstartat12 noon. Ritter:NYPIRGGeneral Interest Meeting 7:30pmonOctober2,1996. Nahomey: College Community Relations committee meeting, 4:00pmFormal Lounge, October9,1996.Thecity will alsobeholding a meeting to deal with the vandalism that has been occurring around the cityat7pm, October9,1996 in the City HallCommonCouncil Room. Dates are open in theOZONEin October, November andDecemberfor functions. Volunteers are needed for the Hewitt Union Activities Committee, contactMarkNahomeyorBarbara St. Michele. Meeting was adjournedat7:59 pm.*Amendedfollowing 6th Meeting, October 8, 1996 .

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-STATEUNlVERSnYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate 32nd Legislative Session6thMeeting .... 9 October1996..AGENDA ..1.Call toOrder ;" 2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda _...,,4.Approval of Minutes5.Executive Reports Chris Brodt ElizabethUnderberry6.Finance Report ;,. CA.Foehser, Director of Finance7.NewBusiness Bill #5, Bill #68.PublicCommentandAnnouncements9.Adjournment-,..

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... -. ..... .. --STATE UNNERSrIYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOState University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 6th Meeting 9 October 1996MINUTESThemeeting was brought to order at 6:30 pm. New senator from Seneca Hall Kristen Benjamin.Theagenda wasapproved. There were four amendments to the minutesofthe 5th meeting: strike everything attacking Oswegonian Managing Editor, spelling error Viec to Vice,addnew Associate Justice's last name (McMorrow), amend Brad Goldowsky's public comment.President's ReportBill #6, e-mail, update SA web page Tabloid printer lotsofmoney. Thankyou'sreceived concerning Resolution #2. Senate commended. Senate training bill meeting postponed until next week, 6:30. Close to signing Ticketmaster. Karu F. Daniels is developing a student services marketing plan. Introduced Jason from SA VAC. 4,000# call. Ride along SA VACencouragedCollege Community Relations Committee fonned.VicePresident's Report -Vice PresidentProTempChris Strong Yield to Dean Wassenaar Questionsoncampus life can be answered at 711 Culkin Hall. Commendation keeping self together. Senate/Student Government imp. work. October 18,19, and20Parents, Family, Friends Weekend Blackfriars Perfonnance Fitness Centers Open ResidenceHallActivities Show your support, senseofcommunity. PPB check math in packet BACCHUS gr. organizationPUBLICCOMMENTAND ANNOUNCEMENTSNahorney: packet from LifeStyles College Community Relations Committee meeting: November13,4:00pmHewitt Union December 4, 4:00pmCity Hall Exchange Days coming up in November. Free agent sign up off-campus students want to play intramural,don'thave team, team willbefound. Schwartz: Checkourpacket, questions? Come to LifeStyles Center, x4648. Reister: Crew Team, came in last but are improving. Strong:Pall-TimesandHerald Americanrecognizedandcomplimented SUNY Oswegoteamleast funded no coach great showing. Moretti: Secretary not responsible for typos. Meetine: adiourned at 7:28 nm.

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......STATE UNIVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 7th Meeting16October 1996AGENDA1.Call to Order2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Chris Brodt Elizabeth Linderberry6.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance7.Old Business Bill #5, Bill #68.Public Comment and Announcements9.Adjournment

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...SUrEUNIVERSTlY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 ...'; ...' .... Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 7th Meeting 16 October 1996 MINUTESThemeeting was called to order at 6:43 pm. Roll call was takenandtherewere23 Senatorspresent.Theagenda was approved.Theminutes were approved after an amendment was to thefmandalreport, and public commentsandannouncements.PRESIDENT'SREPORT-President Brodt asked for a confrrmationonthe nominationofJennifer Barber asthesupreme court justiceandthere were no objections. -Chief Justice addresses the assembly with the seriousnessofthe case thattheVice President, Elizabeth Linderberry walkedouton.Hehas asked the Vice President to formally apologizetothe supreme court for her conduct.Hedoes not want to embarrassorupset the Vice President, howeverhesaid she questioned the abilityofthe constitutional authority. -The LifeStyles center would like to attend a national conference. They went to this conference last year and fouroutofthe five thatwent, won national awards. Fourteen people would liketoattend the conference this year.Thetotalcostwouldbefour hundred dollarsperperson. They are asking for contributions from the Student Association. -Themoneyfor the printer for the Oswegonian will be takenoutofaccount #914. They are going to waitonbuying the computer.VICEPRESIDENT'SREPORT-Elizabeth addressed the SupremeCourtShe said that she never slammed thedoorandadmitstowalking outofthe supreme court. She never insulted the Senate and the court did not understand the brief. She looks forwardtothe trial and bestofluck to the plaintiff. Sincere apologies. FINANCEREPORT-Acct.#914(Management Contingency)=$3,000 -Acct.#915(Contingency)=$15,000 -Acct.#916(Fixed Assets)=$7,000NONEWBUSINESS

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....,. OLD BUSINESS Bill #5: BACCHUS andGAMMAConference SponsoredbySenator Goldowsky. submitted byHannonieSchwartz, Lifestyles Peer EducatorAODcomponent. -Hallahan'ssponsorwasrevoked. -Theacct #914 was changed to account #915, the vote was unanimous. Sen. strong made motion to table this bill; and Sen.Hussagreed. Sen Schwartz thinksitis very important to educate students about drinking. There was a second motion to table the bill. There was a vote taken and ten were for and thirteen opposed. Reister suggested that ten people register and delay the other four registrations.Hethinks thisisvery reasonable. Linderman does not agreeonsplitting the group up. Sen Strong pointedoutthat there are twenty-two organizations and thisoneconference is getting more money than any other organization. Schwartz yielded to Joy Silverman. Joy stated thatthese fourteen people have all been extremely active and are great student leaders. Schwartz said that the fee is refundable and it would benefit the entire campus. Wilson asked a move to vote In favor ending debate, for 12; opposed11Movement to reopen debate Linderman pushing purchase order -Thebillispassed,for13; opposed 9 Bill #6: Office Improvements SponsoredbySen. Reister, Thomas, Little and Goldowsky Reister said that the Oswegonian deserves this bill. Pres. Brodtjustwants to purchase the printer Sen. Little said the printerisneeded; Goldowsky agreed with Sen. Little. SenZerb<>motioned to amend bill#6on that thesumof$6021.00 be changed to $3089.00 account #916. Strike the power Macintosh 5400/120 and the apple laser writer 4/600 2nd. motion; debate open Sen. Schwartz called to voteonthe amendment; the vote was unanimous.Forthis vote there were22senators. call toquestion;2nd. Bill#6wasunanimous; the bill was passed. PUBLIC COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Pres. Brodt asked what happened to senate training? Senator training will be next week. Brodt would like to knowofanyone who would like to play volleyball and to get in contact withhim. Goldowsky tells the Senate to keep up the good work. Strong congratulates sports teams, and reminds everyone about parents' weekend. Mark: Nahomey thanks Pres. Brodt for the meetingonWednight about vandalism. Chief Justice Moretti"GoYankees" Strong said the Solid State Singers did great. Call x4370 for informationonthepepband for the hockey team.1HEMEETING WAS ADJOURNEDAT8:04

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;.... ,STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 8th Meeting 23 October 1996 AGENDA1.Call to Order2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Chris Brodt Bill #5 Veto Address and Reconsideration Elizabeth Linderberry6.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance ....' ...7.NewBusiness Bill #7, Resolution #38.Public Comment and Announcements9.Adjournment

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STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevelHewittUnion SUNY Oswego,NewYork13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate ,,. 32nd Legislative Session 8th Meeting 23 OCtober 1996 MINUTES The meeting was called to order at6:41pm. Roll call was taken and 29 Senators were present. The agenda was approved after Bill #5 was moved and addressed after finance report. The minutes were approved after an amendment was made to the minutes and to old business. PRESIDENTS REPORT .,......'",.--!. The Ticketmaster is all done; Ticketmaster will be running buses to concerts. This service is to students and organizations. Binghamton students were barred by the Binghamton Student Association Senate meetings. Pres. Brodt would like everyone to be careful while voting for Resolution 3, SUNY Binghamton project. Binghamton police officers thought lives were in danger by overzealous students. Binghamton is conducting an investigation Pertaining to Bill #7 Pres. Brodt encourages a sponsor who will express concerns. Pres. Brodt would like to thank Interim Pres. Stanley for coming. Goldowsky addresses his concerns to Interim Pres. Stanley about the conditions of the walkways between Mahar and Tyler. There was also concerns about having more blue lights. Pres. Brodt says there is available money to purchase more blue lights. Possibly putting these blue lights behind Mahar and Scales. Strong has concerns about the western stairs behind Tyler Hall, the stairs are badly maintained. Fall concerts are going tobepostponed to spring time. There will be two big concerts in Spring, because we have found a copromoter who will split the cost of the concerts.

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.,... .. ...... 70's night has been discussed featuring the Electric Chick Magnets. Exchange days are Wed. Nov. 6 and Mon. Nov. 12 Invitations will be out the end of next week. VICE PRESIDENT'S REPORT There is no new reports from the Vice Presidents office FINANCE REPORT Acet. # 914 (Management Contingency)=$3,000 Acet. #915 (Contingency)=$15,000 Acet. #916 (Fixed Assets)=$3,911 (addorsubtract $20) BILL #5 VETO AND ADDRESS AND RECONSIDERATION Pres. Brodt addresses veto: He thinks 14 people is to many people,hethinks four people is a good numberofpeople. Contingency accounts are for Student Association clubs and organizations. Reconsideration: Motion for roll call vote; 2nd. Vice President clarifies that when voting yes you are supporting the President. Roll call vote taken 10 to support veto and 18 to over turn veto. Bill #5 stands vetoed.NEWBUSINESS Bill #7 Director of Greek Affairs Sponsored by Senators Schwartz, Reister, Little and Huss Submitted by Chris Strong Schwartz motion to remove the chair; 2nd. Sen. Strong reads resolution #3 and appoints Sen..Schwartz an Parliamentarian for resolution #3. Resolution #3 was submitted by Vice President Elizabeth Linderberry. Sponsored by Sen. Schwartz Sen. Gordon would like to amend the first whereas by including graduate students; 2nd. vote favor general consent -Sen. Schwartz asked why Elizabeth submitted it V.P Elizabeth saidnostudent government should practice closed boundaries Brodt points out that a week before this incident happened the meeting became unruly. A lottery was to beinaffect for the next meeting. Officers were there to control the students. Things got out of control, a police officers wrist was sprained .

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>." Changes on resolution #3 were undergraduates were removed from the second where as.Inthe fourth whereas overzealousness was replaced with action and the word excessive was removed. In therefore be resolved the word appalled was removed and replaced with disturbed, and the "Martial Law" was removed. the vote on changes was in favor general consent Sen. Labaro suggest perhaps we wait for official results from this investigation before voting on Resolution #3; Motion to table; 2nd. Vote for tabling vote: Bill is tabled. Sen. Schwartz motion to reinstate the chair; 2nd. PUBLIC COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Schwartz thanks hall council for there support. At 8:30 onOct.23 there is a mocktail in the ozone. Strong thinks funding for four people is better than nothing. Congratulations to women soccer. Hockey is ranked #6inNation. No way is my team losing to broom ball Benjamin would like all of us to have name tags Little said the parents weekend was very successful Bill #92 was passed a year ago concerning the issues of the flags. Could someone volunteer to get flags. MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 7:57

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..-......... STATE UNIVERSTlYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislative Session9thMeeting30 October 1996AGENDA1.CalltoOrder2.Roll Call 3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Chris Brodt Elizabeth Linderberry Miss-a-Meal Presentations WNYO GeneralManagerMarkHafnertodiscuss 3-yearplan6.FinanceReportC.A. Foehser, DirectorofFinanceCoopers&LybrandAccounting FirmReportonAudit7.SpecialOrdersBill #9, Bill #108.OldBusiness Bill#79.NewBusiness Bill#810.PublicCommentandAnnouncements11.Adjournment

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> A.. STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 9th Meeting 30 October 1996 MINUTES The meeting was called to order at6:51pm.Roll call was taken and 27 Senators were present. The agenda was approved after adding the appointment of committee chairs after the Vice President report. The minutes were approved after amendments were made to the president's report and the public comments and announcements. PRESIDENTS REPORT Pres. Brodt congratulated all of the new senators. Chris has a list of possible locations for the blue lights. College Community Exchange Days dinner willbeheld Wed. Nov. 6 at 5:30. you should RSVP by the morning of Mon. Nov. 4. Pertaining to Bill #10,funding for new SAVAC ambulance, Chris is asking for Senate approval. We need a new ambulance. The old ambulance willbetraded in. CD's from Auxiliary services have $30,000. Sen. Schwartz is the Pres. of the Hewitt Union Board. She is looking for one off-campus student and one on-campus student to sitonthis board. This group decides what improvements should be done to the union and what activities should take place at the union. the meetings are once a month and last only an hour. She is also looking for someone to go to Utica with her this Sun. to attend a meeting. Pres. Brodt talked with Pres. Stanley and Dean Wassenaar. Infrastructure improvement s will take place. VICE PRESIDENTS REPORT The Miss-a-Meal program is where you volunteer to miss your evening meal ,. and all proceeds go to needy children.

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,..";';...,,-..".. John Vermilyea is part of an organization called People Against Poverty. This group holds food and clothing drives and also fund raisers. The money goes to people in need around the Oswego area. Eli Hernandes is from Phi Iota Alpha. They focus on education. Sponsored are you aware of your culture. They would liketo host Miss-aMeal, benefits go to the Penfield Library. The library books are outdated and they are working with library to see what books are needed. Mark Hafner is the general manager for WNYO, and came to discuss the 3 year plan. This is currently the last year of the 3year plan. This plan is different than the annual budget. This plan is a long term directional plan. They are making a new plan. They have great ideas. They want to make a successful plan and are seeking input. To reach Mark you can call x2101 or stop by the WNYO office. APPOINTMENT OF COMMITIEE CHAIRS : Long range planning committeemaking future plans with student body. chairSen. Little. : College committee RelationsChairSen. Schwartz. : Procedure and FinanceChairSen. Reister. : Elections CommitteeChairSen. Huss. : RecruitmentChairSen. Goldowsky. :Health and SafetyChairSen. Benjamin FINANCE REPORT Acct. #914 (Management Contingency)=$3,000 Acet. #915 (Contingency)=$15,000 Acct. #916 (Fixed Assets)=$3,089 Foehser would like to strike-to an account tobecreated in the THEREFOREBEIT ENACTED on Bill #9, Funding for Registration fees for the BACCHUS and GAMMA conference. On Bill #10 change Acct. #915 to Acet. #916 Coopers&Lybrand Accounting firm Report on Audit Overview of Audit ASSETS Accounts receivable decreased by $12,000. Prepaid expenses decreased by $8,000 CURRENT LIABILITIES Accounts payable decreased by $60,000 Accrued payroll and taxes decreased by $4,000 Long term debt has a general decrease FUND BALANCE Fund balancereserved remained Fund balanceunreserved increased greatly because of net income REVENUES

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............. Activity fees decreases $69,000 due to number of students Organizations receipts and miscellaneous decreased by $52,000 Oswegonian increased by $10,000 EXPENDITURES General and administrative increased $21,000 due to salaries Organizational decreased $90,000 Fixed assets purchases were down -MANAGEMENTLETIERS-review internal control structure SPECIAL ORDERS Bill #9 funding of registration fees for the BACCHUS and GAMMA conference sponsored by Sen. Ritter and submitted by Harmonie Schwartz. Sen. Ritter feels that we should vote for it. Strong motion to amend THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by striking $500 and making it $525;2nd. vote: favor26opposed1;passed. Strong thinks its a great bill and should passit. motion to for roll call vote: Bill #9 passes with 25 for and 2 against. BiII#10 Funding for new SAVAC ambulance sponsored by Sens. Strong, Zerbo, Little, Schwartz, Benjamin, Ritter, and Wagner. Strong says its a great opportunity. Zerbo excellent bill, very beneficial. Little agrees with what has been said Schwartz thinks this is beneficial. Benjamin thinks SAVAC is very professional. Ritter agrees with what has been said. Wagner says they are dedicated. Little would like to change THEREFOREBEIT ENACTED Acet. #915 to Acct. #916; 2nd. Call to question; 2nd. Amendment passed with 28 for and 0 opposed. Changed Acct. because the ambulance is a fixed asset. Schwartz call to question; 2nd. roll call vote was taken 27 for and Sen..Burrows abstained because he was not well informed. The bill was passed. OLD BUSINESS Bill #7 DirectorofGreek affairs Sponsored by Sens. Reister, Little, and Huss and submitted by Christopher Strong. Sen. Schwartz withdrew her sponsorship because she would like to see amendments on the bill. Reister thinks this bill is a good bill

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"; 't. ., Little thinks this bill is important and wants passageofthis bill. Huss agrees with everyone that this is a great bill. Strong has a position that will be for public relations. He also has a coupleofamendments. Motion to amend the second WHEREAS by striking directors and putting co directors, THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED also striking directors and putting co directors, and BE FURTHER ENACTED by striking $450 and putting $700. 2ND; passed Amendment to the amendment by changing the position to these positionsinBEFURTHER ENACTED; 2ND; favor was general consent. Amend amendment; BE IT FURTHER ENACTED change $700 to $600. 2nd; call to questionfavor 26 passed. Amend director to co directorcall to question; 2nd. oppose general consent. the amendment failed. Amend director to assistant director and director. Amend THEREFOREBEIT ENACTED and BE IT FURTHER ENACTED by scratching thereofreestablishing. Add director and assistant director to the executive payrollinBEIT FURTHER ENACTED. Call to question; 2nd. favorgeneral consent. Passes Reister would like to table this bill. Motion to table this bill; 2nd. Sen. Schwartz thinks we should make a committee. vote for tabling the bill for 22; opposed1.Laid on table to next week. NEW BUSINESS Bill #8 Funds for International Bible Study Fellowship. Submitted by Pui Yee kwan and sponsored by Senator Reister. Motion to waive reading; 2nd. Sen..Schwartz objects. PUBLIC COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Schwartz points out that sec. 6 of the constitution says that all bills votedonshould be roll call votes. Pertaining to Bill#9she would like to thank everyone. Thanks for the cupcakes. Burrows is disappointed with senate he thinks we should start on time. Brodt says the new senate needs to know Roberts rules. Goldowsky7:00 on Fri. there is a hockeygame. Moretti says we should go and vote next week. Reistercrew team did really wellintheir race. Duncan congratulations to the Yankees for wining McAlpinasked why weren't new senators trained today. MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 8:55

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,...STATE UNIVERSllY OF NEW YORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session 10th Meeting 6 November 1996AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approval of Agenda4.Approvalof Minutes5.Executive Reports President Chris BrodtAddressfrom Mayor Hammill Vice President Elizabeth Linderberry Miss-aMeal Vote6.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance7.Old Business Bill #88.NewBusinessBill#11, Bill #12, Bill #13, Resolutions #4 #69.PublicCommentandAnnouncements10.Adjournment

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.....".> --STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 10th Meeting 6 November 1996 MINUTES The meeting was called to order at 7:18 pm. Roll call was taken and 26 senators were present. The agenda and the minutes were approved. PRESIDENTS REPORT Ryan Lewis, the treasurer for the men's rugby team discussed Bill #13, Funds for Men's Rugby Jerseys. Ryan thanked S.A. for its help and support. The men's rugby team would like to purchase twenty new jerseys. The men's rugby team has made a lot of improvements and are now DivisionI.They have increased their game schedule by three. They have a problem with uniforms, players are not allowed to play because of the way their uniform looks. Now that they are Division I they have to look like a Division I team. Their uniforms cannot have tearsinthem, and they have to be numbered. -InApril Oswego will be hosting the largest rugby tournamentinN.Y. This tournament t will draw a big crowd. Pres. Brodt would like everyone to consider this bill. Eric Schwartz has increased the participation of intermurals. He discussed Bill #12, Transfer for IRSA. -The intermurals program is supported by S.A. and shouldbeproud. Eric showed on the over head the participation figures. These figures show that facility usage has gone up. Participation is counted on how many people walk through the door of the facilities each day. Wants to show the community that activities are occurring at Oswego. The 9th draft for the champion t-shirt isinthe process of being drafted. There will be 500 to 550 t-shirts made. The pool is open an additional twenty-two hours a week. This program has been funded by S.A. for many years. This program has

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jIa'." -. > doubled in size. Chris presents pens to Mayor Hammillonbehalf of College Community Exchange Days. Schwartz went to UticaonSun. A delegategot thrown out of court for gettingonthe table and screaming point of order. She has packets for everyone. Mayor Hammill says this organization is very efficient and this campus is trying to increase student activity.Hegave a proclamation to Chris. VICE PRESIDENTS REPORT People Against Poverty benefit local needy people. Phi Iota Alpha wants to purchase Latin American Books for the library. Motion for 60% to people against poverty and 40% to Phi Iota Alpha; 2nd. Call to question; Call to question withdrawn. Motion to debate; 2nd. Reister thinks we should split the profit 50-50. LindermanWe need more Latin American books. Call to question splitting profit 50%. 2nd. Amendment passed with 18infavor, 4 opposed and 1 abstention. Motion to vote; 2nd. Passed with 18infavor and 5 opposed. FINANCIAL REPORT Foesher would like to commentonBill #11, Genesis. He would liked to invite peopleupto the S.A office. The S.A office needs to be upgraded, we need new computer equipment. This new equipment will last around fifteen years and the computers will be upgraded every five years. He would also like to open office hours later,heproposed that these hours be later at night. Let's get organizationsinthere sowecan build a relationship with them. There would be no problem paying for it. The money would come out of the fund balance. He is looking at ordering five computers total. If the Bill is votedonnext week it would take two weeks to set up the new equipment. Every thing will definitely be set up by Jan. He would like everyone to take this bill into consideration. OLD BUSINESS Bill#8,Funds for International Bible Study Fellowship. Sponsored by Senate and submitted by Pui Yee Kwan. Motion to waive reading. Objection. Sen. Reister withdrew sponsorship. twenty-five members areinthis group. Motion to amend; Strike all events under Thanksgiving dinnerinthe2

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I ... }4 -...I.-THEREFOREBEIT ENACTED and change the total to $100.00 instead of $550.00 in that same section andinthe paragraph; 2nd. Call to question; 2nd. Amendment passed with 24infavor and 0 opposed. Call to questiononmotion; 2nd. Bill passed with 23infavor and 1 opposed NEW BUSINESS Bill #11, Genesis. Submitted by Charles Foesher, Steve Woods and Kyle Wentzell. Sponsored by Sens. Little, Schwartz, Thomas and Huss. Bill #12, Transfer for IRSA Motion to waive reading; 2nd. Submitted by Chris Strong and sponsored by Sens. Reister, Linderman, Goldowsky and Thomas. Bill #13, Funds for Men's Rugby Jerseys. Motion to waive reading; 2nd. Submitted by Ryan Lewis and sponsored by Sens. Benjamin, Guenthur, Wagner, Strong, Little, Reister and Whitford. Res.#4, College community Exchange Days. Submitted by the Executive Branch. Sponsored by Sens. Benjamin, Schwartz, Huss, Strong, Wagner, Linderman, Little, Woodcock, and Duncan. Sen,. Benjamin thinks its a great success. Schwartz says its an annual event its fun every year, we get to beonTV, and thanks for the wonderful dinner. Strong said that the mayor summed it up. Wagner said it was a great experience. Linderman wished she could have been there. Little everything has been said. Duncan agrees with Huss. Call to question; 2nd. motion general consent; 2nd. Passed with general consent. -Res.#5, Concerns about NYPIRG. Submitted by Craig Little and sponsored by Sens. Labaro, Wagner, Strong, and Reister. Labaro would like to see the bUdget. Wagner thinks NYPIRG should look into this situation a little further. Strong compliments Sen. Little and urges passage. Reister agrees with what has been said. Floor open for debate Motion to strike fourth WHEREAS; 2nd. Goldowsky feels we should not strike it. Strong thinks we should strike the word predominantinthe fourth WHEREAS .3

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-".... ..Little would like to amend the amendment. Re-instate everything except the word predominant. 2nd. Call to question on the Amendment to the amendment; 2nd. passes with19in favor and 2 opposed. 1 abstention, Linderman was confused. Call to questiononstriking fourth WHEREAS; 2nd. This amendment stays with a vote of 19 for and 1 opposed. One abstention. Linderman was confused. Motion to strike the word predominantinthe fourth WHEREAS; 2nd. Passed with general consent. Schwartz needs clarification of what NYPIRG does. Move to end debate; 2nd. favor 16 and 3 opposed. Debate is ended. Motion to call roll call vote. Res. #5 is passed with21for and 0 opposed. Res.#6,A thank you to Damon Maxwell. Submitted by Craig Littleand Sponsored by Sens. Goldowsky, Reister and Huss. Motion to waive bill; Objection. Goldowsky says he did great things for the Oswegonian. Reister saidheis a great guy. Huss there is no debate on this issue. Motion to table this bill; 2nd. Motion to adjourn; 2nd. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:304

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tI,,-.....---.. .......STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnionSUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session11th Meeting 13 November 1996AGENDA1.Call to Order2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports President Chris Brodt Vice President Elizabeth Linderberry Debbie McAndrews, CPS Conference Coordinator, to speakonBill #146.Finance Report C.A. Foehser, DirectorofFinance7.Special Orders Bill #148.Old Business Bill #11 Bill #139.NewBusiness Bill #15 10. Public CommentandAnnouncements 11. Adjournment

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I .. ...-Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Meeting11thmeeting 13 November 1996 Before the meeting was called to order Senate training took place. Pres. Brodt talked about the trustee policy. C.A. Foesher gave a brief outline about the accounts and what they are used for.-Acct. #1000Regular checking Acct. #2000Checking-cashing Acct. #3000Centro Acct. #4000Money Management Acct. #6000Savings Acct. #9000Savings Van Replacement Certificate deposit is going to be created TOTAL $38,000.00 $30,000.00 $18,397.72 $81,274.50 $10,734.49 $138,061.61 $15,770.93 $59,062.16 $391,301.41 ....;. ...l-THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE MINIMUMIS$125 THOUSAND Dean Wassenaar is concerned with the fund balance. The fund balance is growing Nahorney wants to keep an eyeonwhat you spend your money on and how you are spending it. The meeting was called to order at 7:05pm. There were 24 Senators present. The agenda was approved after Amendment #6 was placed after approval of the minutes and bill #12 was moved after Bill #11. The minutes were approved after there wasanamendment to the presidents report. Eric Schwartz name was change to Eric Schwartz. RESOLUTION#6(THANK YOU TO DAMON MAXWELL) GoldowskyDamon is a great part of the S.A organization.

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---".-Brodt thanks Damon for his hard work and he turned that place around Strong would like to thank Damon, He is very professional and did a tremendous job. Call to Question; 2nd. Motion to pass by acclimation; 2nd. PRESIDENTS REPORT -Tom Ryan, Director of Public Safety came to talk about the blue lights. The blue lights are outdated and it is hard to find a compatible system. For four new call boxes it will cost $12,800.00. The salesman agreed to make a presentation at a S.A. meeting. It is your option to buy more blue lights. Brodt and the senate will be able to pick where the new lights will be placed. There has only been 6 or 7 actual callsinthe past seven years. There are very few pranks exceptonparents weekend there are around 100-200 pranks. He also stated that the roads are going to get better. Mike West is the Regional Coordinator of NYPIRG. Mike is here to talk about Res. #5. NYPIRG has done a lot of workoncampus but has a lot of room for improvements. There are traditionally 5bigprojects. They are not doing a great job letting people know what they are doing, however they are doing great things. They wasn't to make meetings before the senate. They are going to ask active students to siting the office for office hours.Donot hesitate to call (914) 257-3085 of fax 3086. NYPIRG is state wide and 84% of the students voted yes they wanted NYPIRGoncampus. 30 people attended general interest meeting. NYPIRG works to represent students na variety of interest. They do not have official office hours but usually open between 9/10 to 5/6. He has a packetonwhat NYPIRGisall about. VICE PRESIDENTS REPORT Strong discusses bill #5 Dan Ackers is president any questions call 4939. Stanley put notesinstudents notes about all the areas that will be closed. The west stairwell at Tyler Hall is boarded off. There is no reason why this should be boarded off. Something needs to be done, one suggestion is asking phone calls. chief Justice Moretti addresses attendance policy, bill #24 attendance policy. Constitution puts no limitationsonground of impeachment. The senate has the power to impeach. Bill #24 stands as the attendance policy. Exclusion clause, 2/3 vote of senate may impeach a senator. Debbie McAndrews, CPS Conference Coordinator, spoke about Bill #14. On Fri. Nov. 22 a speaker has been invited for play therapy. This speaker will be here one day. She passed around flyers explaining the information. She is requesting $650.00 for the speaker to give its workshop. The speaker will beinthe union. She apologizes for her lateness. Play therapy is you play with the children to work with the children and their problems. She will take whatever the senate will give.

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-.-'-FINANCE REPORT Acct. #914 (Management Contingency)=$3,000.00 Acct. #915 (Contingency)=$14,475.00 Acct. #916 (fixed Assets)=neg. $21,089.00 He put together a packetonall the new computers an the new office equipment. Show on the overhead what the new S.A. office will look like. SPECIAL ORDER Bill # 14, Funds for CPS Seminar submitted; by Debbie McAndrews and sponsored by Sen. Goldowsky ;Linderman wanted to know why they asked S.A. for money. strong answered with graduate students pay a S.A. fee too. Motion to Amend $650 to $325inthe THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED; 2ND. Labaro thinks this money should come from the administration. They will take any thing they can get. call to question on the amendment. The amendment is passed with 19 for and 2 opposed. Motion to amend $325 to $100; 2nd. Schwartz thinks if only 40 people can benefit then why give them $325? Reister thinks we should leave it at $325. Benjamin points out that it only appeals to psychology majors. Call to question to change $325 to $100. Amendment is not carried with 3 for and18opposed Debate is reopened. Brodt wants everyone to consider the fact that S.A. does not provide many services to graduate students. Graduate Students do pay S.A. fee. This is a good way to showgraduate students their S.A. fee. Call to question; objection. favorinending debate-19;Opposed2.Call to question; 2nd. The bill is passed with 17 for and 4 opposed. OLD BUSINESS Bill #12, Transfer for IRSA. Motion to waive reading; Objection. This bill was submitted by Chris Strong and Sponsored by Sens. Reister, Linderman, Goldowsky and Thomas. Goldowsky yields Linderman this bill gives me a warm fuzzy feeling, lets watch them grow. Reister Amen.

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I ----' .,. .' ,--" Thomas agrees with everything that has been said. This shows there is more to so on this campus. Little urges quick passage. Motion to amend the total to $29,970.00 from $30,000.00. Call to question; 2n. Amendment carried with a vote of19for and 1 opposed. Floor open for debate. Strong thinks thisisa great program. Motion to amend the cost of prizes to $2,520.00 from $2,720.00. The amendment dies because no one second the amendment. Amend Transfer $2970.00 from fund balance to Acct. #915 then to intermurals Acct,; 2nd. Call to question; 2nd..The Amendment is defeated with a vote of 4 for, 16 opposed and 1 abstention. Foesher said all you are doing is keeping track of where it is going. Call to question;2nd. The bill is passed with a vote of 18 for and 2 opposed and 1 abstention. Bill #11, Genesis. Submitted by Charles Foesher Steve woods and Kyle Wentzell. Sponsored by Sens. Little,Schwartz, Thomas and Huss. Little yields Schwartzthe room is just a mess and very unprofessional. The office should look appropriate and she commends the C.A. Thomas yields. Strong is for the idea. The C.A. has put a lot of time into this and he would like a guarantee. Foesher promises that it will be done. The furniture is old and takes up a lot of wall I space. Motion to lay bill on table until next week; 2nd. The bill is tabled with a vote of 19 for and 0 opposed. Motion to lower quorum to 15; 2nd. The vote is 19 for and 0 opposed Bill #13, Funds for men's Rugby Jerseys. Submitted by Ryan Lewis and sponsored by Sens. Benjamin, Guenther, Wagner, Strong, Little, Reister and Whitford. Motion to waive reading; 2nd. Benjamin we do not want the team to look bad Strong we need to look presentable and urge quick passage. Little urge quick passage. Reister yields. Whitford the Rugby jerseys look horrible. Lindermanwe got to pass the bill. Call to question; 2nd. The bill is passed with a vote of 17 for and 0 opposed. Motion of acclamation; 2nd.

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I'... ... -. ./LC.. NEW BUSINESS Bill#15, Funds for Hardcore/Punk Interest Organization. Submitted by Daniel Acker and sponsored by Sens. Reister, Strong, Goldowsky, Linderman, Zerbo and Thomas. PUBLIC COMMENT AND ANNOUNCEMENTS GoldowskyTues. and Wed night there is tutoring. StrongThanks Moretti and Reister. LittleThanks Mike West. We still have a bill and Res. laidonthe table. SchwartzCommend Sen. Strong for all his passion towards the sidewalks. Mon. Nov. 18, Scales Hall, taste of our campus. BrodtIf you need the C;A. or myself at the hall council meeting, tell us. Nahorneyrecreational stuff is going great. FoesherBSU is having a fashion show. -Reister Congratulationsonsenate training. Nahorney Two hockey games; Friday. and sat. night. MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 9:10PM

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.....STATEUNlVERSlIYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewin Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session 12th Meeting20November 1996AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approval of Agenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Blue Lights Report Tom Ryan, DirectorofPublic Safety6.Executive Reports President Chris Brodt Vice President Elizabeth Linderberry ReportonSnow Removal Jerry DeSantis, Assistant Vice President of Physical Plant7.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, Director of Finance8.Old BusinessBill #159.NewBusinessBill #16, Bill #17 :.. 10.PublicCommentandAnnouncements11.Adjournment ""',

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_.I*"'"-, ," Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative meeting 12th meeting 20 November 1996 The meeting was called to order at6:41pm.There were 26 Senators present. The agenda was approved after there was a motion to move Bill #7 before bill #15inold business; this motion was 2nd. There was a motion to insert Bill#11after Bill #7 and before Bill #15inold business. The minutes were approved after amendments were made to old business, Thomas agreed with Lenderman and public comments and announcements. Huss feels there should be a Resolution where clubs should stay after the bill has been made. Tutoring isinSeneca Hall and We still have Bill #7 and Bill #3 laid on the table. PRESIDENTS REPORT -Job description isinthe packet. Dedication of new ambulance. I wentona ride alongonSat. You can ride along as a observer. -I went to hall council with Foesher. Pres. Stanley will not be here tonight Tomorrow at the union she will be there answering questions for aboutanhour at 12 noon. -Can Drive is from Dec. 2-7, raise awareness of hunger. VICE PRESIDENTS REPORT Jerry is coming at 7 pm. Brittany Fiorini and Jim Thorpe from the Oswegonian are here to talk about bill #16, they are requesting funds to upgrade computers and machines. Thank you for the printer. Asking for more help. Requesting 2 new monitors. The old computers are 4 years old. These are good prices for 20 inch monitors Stop by and they will be happy to show what the problems are.

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}.. ,The file server has been crashing, needs to be replaced by another machine. Pal-times has been complaining about the wax on the Oswegonian. Report on snow removal Jerry DeSantis, Assistant Vice Presidentofphysical Plant. Here to answer questions on snow removal. We have reviewed the codes and that stairwell is not a required stairwell. Once we don't remove the snow ice builds upinthe stairwell. We are constantly looking for ways to remove snow. Have not made a decision on closing Sniggs west stairwell. The walls on the stairwell at Tyler Hall are there because they are part of the structure. We have two staffs for snow removal; 20 grounds people and 62 custodial staff Our man power is stretched very thin. We have identified primary and secondary exits at every building for snow removal. There is a clear 20 foot pathway from the Tyler hall doorway. We use a mixture of sand and salt. Prior to making decisions, Senate willbeprovided with a copy of what will be done before it is actually done. HarmonieSchwartz The past weekend I went to Orlando for a BACCHUS and GAMMA conference. -I met people from all over and went to great workshops. There were great motivational speakers. Wendy Fox spoke about her life growing up in an alcoholic family. Thanks S.A. for the contributions. FINANCE REPORT Acct. #914 (Management Contingency)$3,000.00 Acct. #915 (Contingency)$14,375.00 Acct. #916 (Fixed Assets)$0.00 Gave a conservative amount of money for fund balance. -3 years ago people wentona spending spree. We just don't want to throw money into short tem projects Bring fund balance up to a level of operation. Tier 1 organiztions should have a break down of costs. OLD BUSINESS Bill #7,Director of Greek Affairs. There are no sponsors any more. Strong read the job descriptions. Motion to table bill to next week; 2nd.

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....-" ......+.......;>'""til-...;.f.\.......-l;"",-..,. / ..., Motion for general consent; 2nd. Bill #11, Genesis. LittleThis equipment is needed. Reisteragrees with Sen. Little. -Sen.Goldowskycall to question; 2nd. Motion for roll call vote; 2nd. The bill is passed with a vote of 25 for and 1 opposed. Bill #15, Funds for hardcorel punk interest organization. Reister believes this is a good organization. Goldowsky yields. Lenderman yields. Thomas thinks its a good idea, creates diversity. Schwartz motion to amend;2nd. Strike photocopiesinthe THEREFORE BE ENACTED and change the total to $250.00 Call to question; 2nd. Daniel Ackers This group just started this semester. We are trying to build membership. This group talksabout politics and tries to plan shows. The goal is stated in the constitution, try to bring students together who are interestedinthis kind of music. On Amendment call to question;2nd. The amendment is passed with a vote of21for and 6 opposed Money is coming from Acct. #915. Little urges passage. Motion to amend by adding the sentence to be taken from account #915 and to be placed intoanaccount created at the end of the paragraph of THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED; 2nd. Call to question; 2nd. The amendment is passed with a favor of 25 for and 0 opposed Schwartz urges quick passage. Immediate vote; bill is passed with a vote of19for and 7 opposed. NEW BUSINESS Bill 16, Oswegonian Computer Upgrade is sponsored by Sens. Little, Woodcock, Goldowsky and Schwartz. This bill was submitted by Brittany Fiorini, and James Thorpe. Bill 17, Funds for Young Enlightened Sistas is sponsored by Sens. Schwartz, Gordon, Duncan, Little,and McAlpin. This bill was submitted by Ana Ozuna PUBLIC COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS LittleWhy I Objected to the abstention, is because we have to start doing our homework. SchwartzTomorrow is the great American smoke out. Help friends quit for the

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-",-...... ... ,-.. .., day. LendermanConcerned with financial report and snpw removal. ReisterA group of hockey fans painted themselves for the hockey game on Friday. BenjaminI did try to call and find out information. I do think Sens. should do their homework. StrongI had my face painted for the gameonFri. Nahorneywas at hockey game. Jerry is looking for a continues discussion. Ozone rentals are now open for the spring. SchwartzHappy Thanksgiving! Motion to adjourn; 2nd. MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 8:15

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_ .."".....-..l.: y----,,:,,-, STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University College at OswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session 13th Meeting 4 December 1996AGENDA1. Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approval of Agenda4.Approval of Minutes5.Executive Reports President Chris Brodt Vice President Elizabeth Linderberry6.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance7.Old Business Bill #16, Bill #178.PublicCommentandAnnouncements9.Adjournment

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..-.:;:..... ... ...... Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Meeting 13th Meeting 4 December 1996 The meeting was called to order at 6:45pm. There were21Senators present. The agenda was approved after there was a change to the old Business. Bill #7 was put before Bill #16 and Committee reports were added to the-agenda. The minutes were approved PRESIDENTS REPORT Pres. Brodt said there was nothing new to report. The case brought against himthe charges are grounded. All the new S.A. equipment isin.Congratulations to C.A. and hall council. Presidental search is coming along Two people have been appointed. There Will be a new president by May. Hope everyone does wellonfinals. VICE PRESIDENTS REPORT No formal report. Elizabeth office hours are MWF 1:40-2:40, and TTh mornings to 12:00. COMMITTEE REPORT Long range planningSen. Little Has had two meetings and both have been brainstorming meetings. -3 year plan for student services areinneed of up dating. College Community RelationsSen. Schwartz Attended 2 meetings. Discussedforksinthe road. Used to be problems because of bus.

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--......_10,. ... .., ... -J....,. ..Talked about drinking on campus. Feb. 12 there will be a speaker. Possibly thinking of changing exchange days. -911is coming into this area Students of color it is hard to find hair care products, looking to do something about that. Procedure Finance Have met once and nothing to report Election CommitteeSen. Huss (Sen. Strong Spoke on behalf of Sen. Huss) Looking for more people. The committee reports are supposed to be put on the agenda. RecruitmentSen. Goldowsky Friday at three there will be another meeting. Anyone interested please come. Health and SafetySen. Benjamin Looking for new members. FINANCE REPORT Acct. 914 (Management Contingency)=$3,000.00 Acct. 915 (Contingency)=$12,920.00 Acct. 916 (Fixed Assets)=$0.00 Foesher apologized to Alicia Lenderman. All day on Sat. they will be setting up the S.A. office. OLD BUSINESS Bill #7Director of Greek Affairs Call to question;2nd. Motion for roll call vote; Bill is passed with a vote of 14 for, 9 against and 1 abstention. The reason for the abstention is I submitted the bill. Bill #16Oswegonian Computer Upgrade Sen. LittleThese items are needed, go and look for yourself. Little urges quick passage. Sen. WoodcockExcellent job with paper, lets help make a better paper. Sen. Goldowskydesperately needed. Urges quick passage A.S.A.P. Sen. SchwartzAgrees with previous senators. They really need this equipment. Call to question;2nd. Bill #16 is passed with a vote of21for and 0 opposed.

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I ...... --,.....-...... Bill #17Fund for Young Enlightened Sistas Sen. SchwartzSeeing that its its holiday season lets give them $50 Sen. DuncanGreat opportunity. Thinks we should give money. Sen. LittleAgrees with what has been said. Sen. McAlphinUrges quick passage. Sen. BurrowsGood way to show that we are diverse. Call to question;2nd. The bill is passed with a vote of21for and 0 opposed PUBLIC COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS StrongHockey game next Tuesday at 7:00pm. against Cortland. Wondering were the flags are. BurrowsIt would be good if no one wore hats to the meetings. BrodtSat. at 8 pminthe union there willbea concert. Vertical eight will be the opening act. SchwartzTomorrow there is an O.C.A. meeting at 6 pminthe O.C.A. office. Wagner is selling chocolates. Goldowsky -hopes everyone had a nice thanksgiving. Lets try to be hereontime. NaHorneyHockey games are a great evening. Shady Shore meeting with Pres. Stanley and her husband Tues. 4 5:30. Labarolets get here on time. SchwartzOswego has a big patch adding to the aids quilt Washington D.C. LittleJim Thorpe thanks for the unanimous vote. Motion to adjourn;2nd. MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 7:23PM

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... ... ... --.)0-, -STATE UNlVERSllY OFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislative Session 14th Meeting11December 1996AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive ReportsPresidentChris Brodt Vice President Elizabeth Linderberry Mike Sloyka from Coalition for PeaceandEducation6.FinanceReportC.A. Foehser, DirectorofFinance7.CommitteeReports8.NewBusinessBill #18, Bill #199.PublicCommentandAnnouncements10.Adjournment

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;..... .... ...MINUTESTherewasoneobjectiontotheagenda.ThiswastoaddResolution #7 toit,whichwaspromptlyseconded.Therewerefourobjectionstotheminutes.Thesewere:promptlyamendedandtheassemblyproceededtotheexecutivereports.Presidents'Report1-Thank-youtotheSenateandeveryonewhoattendedPresidentStanleys'Reception.2-ThankstoHowardGordonforhisbeingpresent.3-commentsonresolution #7. 4-ChiefJusticeMoretti-TheopinionstotheLinderberry-Brodtcase,andtheALF-McAlpincaseswillbereadyonFriday.HestatedthathehaslearnedalotfromSA.CommentsFromTheAssembly:Burrows-Johnhasshownusleadership.Strong-Heisamodelofdedication.5-Bill #19, wentoverthedollaramountforit.VicePresidents'Report1Briefed assemblyontheTAPissues.2-BriefaccomendationtotheSenatefortheirDedicationforthepastsemester.3-COPEaddressedtheassembly:Mr.Sloyka,mentionedthe6principlesofCOPE,broachedthebasicsoftheirorganization,thetrainingprocess,howmanystudents/teachersinvolvedinit,andaffirmedthefactthattheyarealignedwiththepeaceinstitute.4-WelcomeextendedtoFriskeandBurnswhoattendedthemeeting.FinanceReportC.A.Foesher;acct.914-$3,000.acct915-$17,050acct #916$45,109.342-Estimatedfundbalancein1996-approx.$350,000.3-ThankstoKyleWentzellandJimThorpefortheirassistanceinsettinguptheoffice.

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" .\ .....-.-'..,,....-, -PUblicCommentandAnnouncements :HappyHolidays,andKeepSafe.Strong-ThinkseriouslyaboutthefundsforCOPE.HockeyTeam7-2win.HappyHolidays.Huss-HisThanksextendedtotheassembly,Saidthatithasbeenagreatexperience,looksforwardtothenewsemester.Nahorney-ElectionsCommitteeneedshelp,ThebooksfortheOzoneareopenforthenextsemester,COPEisanacademicstudentorganization.Moretti-heexperiencedanerrinjudgement,Strongcan'tbeathiminbowling,MerryHolidays!Benjamin-yieldedtoCOPE-onlyminorstudentsgetcredits,thiswillbebeneficialtothecampusasawhole.Friske-talkofimpeachmentpullstheSAapart,thiswillnotbeabenefittous.Thissituationisjustapettydifference.Brodt-6to9pmatBuckout;Vertical8;Dj.MerryChristmas!Schwartz-GoodLuck,HappyHolidays!

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..,.>'... STATE UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORK COL1GE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University College at OswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session 15th Meeting29January1997AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approval ofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports6.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, Director of Finance7.CommitteeReports8.OldBusinessBill #18, Bill #199.NewBusinessBill #2010.PublicCommentandAnnouncements11.Adjournment

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STATEUNNERSlTYOF NEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University College at Oswego ...Senate32nd Legislative Session 16th Meeting 5 February 1997AGENDA ..> 1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call--Approval ofAgenda3.4.ApprovalofMinutes-5.Executive Reports ':"; Elizabeth Linderberry, President J"'Chris Strong, Vice President Dennis Porenski, Asst. DirectorofFitness Centers ," Ted Metellus, PPB Concert Chairperson KaruF.Daniels, Director of Communications 6.Finance Report 'J CA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance-7.Committee Reports -, 8.Special Orders Bill #24, Bill #25 r 8.NewBusinessBill#21 #23 ->'! 9.PublicCommentandAnnouncements -' 10.Adjournment >.,I>.--,,,"

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....'".....;..""-"",.,.. studentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 11Dth Meeting5February1997Themeetingwascalledtoorderat6:40pm.Therewere23Senatorspresent.Theagendawasapprovedafterbill#24wasplacedafterbill#23innewbusiness.Theminuteswereapproved.SPECIAL SESSIONThissessionwascalledbyElizabeth.-Sen.Goldowskyhasareportontheimpeachmentcommittee.-Elizabethisbroughtupionchargesforusingherpositionforpersonalgains.-Elizabethwasvicepresidentwhenchargeswerebroughtupagainsther.Thesechargesarebeinglookedinto.-A2/3voteisneededtosetforthtrial.-Immediatevote;0forand25against.Thereis4abstentions.-Motiontoadjournspecialsession;2nd.-closed.PRESIDENTSREPORT-RossMcMorohoeistakingoverthechiefjusticeseat.-DanIonoisco-directorofGreekaffairs.-ReedDanielsisnolongeracandidatefromthisposition.-TerryDoselawillbeintheofficefrom11-12onTuesday-DainaDaigowillbeintheofficeat1:00onWednesday-NancyDicksonwillbeinheofficeMondayfrom3-4.VICE PRESIDENTREPORT-JimShielyhopes to' helpChrisoutintheoffice.HewillbeintheofficeonTuesdayandThursdayfrom1-2.DennisPorenski-March3-March8 -thereareseveralevents. encouragingbetterlifestyles-Therewillbe30-40peopleintheballroomthatyouwillbeabletotalktoo,aboutgeneralwellness.Thethemeisspicesoflife.-Increasesawarenessofhealthissues.-Challengesstudents,andfacultytoleadamorewellbalancedlife.-Therearealotofprogramsplanned.Thereare30differentprogramsplannedthisweek.-Theyareaskingfor$400.00tocoverpromotion.-Wewouldappreciateanyhelpwecanget.TedMetellus

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... ...-HeretospeakaboutBill#25.-Need$25,000.00forthisconcert.-Thebillisratherstraightforward-Atthistimecannotsaywhattheactsare.-currentlylookingover100actsrightnow.KaruDaniels-Thememoisselfexplanatory.-Needproperfunding.HereregardingBill#54,29thlegislativesession.Hopewegetyoursupport -$1,000.00isanappropriatenumber.-Ifthisdoesnotgetpassedwewillhavea$200.00budgettomakefliersRobertSinclair(Representativeforpresidentialsearchcommittee).-Fourfinalistandtwowithdrew.-Weareusingasearchfirm.Theyareanestablishedfirm.-JohnKoonlyhashadmorethan400searchesforcolleges-Wehavehadmorethan4,000applications.-Hadameetingtonightfrom4-6.54peopleattendedthemeeting.-Thenextpresidentwillhavealotofwork.-Wehaveopeninterviews.-Wewillhaveameetinginacoupleofweeks.Thestudentsopinionsneedtobeheard.Theexpectedtimeforcompletionishopefullybeforefinals.-85-129applicantsareexpected. ,".... NominationsforsomeonetofillauxilIarymeetingsareMon.5-7.JeannienWagner.nominations.CongratulationstoJeannienmeetingisFeb.10inpathfinderhall.FINANCEREPORTservicesseat.TheMovetocloseWagner.ThenextAcct.914(ManagementContingency)=$3,000.00Acct.915(Contingency)=$17,700.00Acct.916(fixedAsset)=$51,608.34thefundbalance=$17,348.19.Itwillincreasebecausepaymentsfromlastsemesterarestillcomingin.COMMITTEEREPORTCollegecommitteeofrelations-Harmonieresignsaschairperson.-March5,atcityhallat4pmiswhenthewholeCCRCMEETS. -AbbyRitterisnowthenewchairpersonHealthandSafety

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I'. ..... -.--Nothingtoreportatthistime.ProcedureandFinance-lookingoversomeofthelaws.Nothingtoreport.Electionscommittee-Petitionsdueat2:00tomorrowFinanceCommitteeHadaproblemtwomembersdidnotshowup.-Bothmemberswouldbothliketostayonthecommittee.-NextmeetingisSundayintheS.A.officeat6pm.SPECIALORDERSBill#25,FundsforPPBSpringConcert-SponsoredbySens.Little,andMcAlphinLittle-importanttostudentbody,thinksweshouldfunditinfull.McAlphin-verygoodbillandurgequickpassage.Goldowsky-Withoutknowingwhoiscomingitishardtogivemoney.Thinksitsagoodideatohaveaconcert.Reister-Calltoquestion;2nd.Billpasseswithavoteof28forand1against.NEWBUSINESSBill#21,FundsforNationalCollegiateHealthandwellnessweek.-SponsoredbyGoldowsky,Benjamin"Burrows,Lenderman,Duncan,SamWilson,andSchwartzBill#22,FundsforCPSSpringseminar-SponsoredbyReisterandBurrowsBill#23,FundstosupportWomen'sHerstoryMonth.-SponsoredbyLenderman,McAlphin,andGoldowskyBill#24,SAReferendumPromotion.-SponsoredbyDuncan,McAlphin,Huss,Burrows,Wagner,andLazurus.PUBLICCOMMENTANDANNOUNCEMENTSSchwartz-Lunchtimeseriesisnextweek.domesticviolenceisonTuesday,trustandintimacyisonWednesday,daterapeisonThursdayandmale/femalecommunicationonFriday.Datinggamesignup.Burrows-SuggestingthatallsenatorsbuyaticketfortheBSUdinner.

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.. /"."..-".... Nahorney-Winterfestisthisweek.Ozonecomedytomorrownight.Itisimportantthatworkbedonebesidesonwednesdaynight.Electionsarepublicityforthisorganization.Strong-HockeyhadtwowinsandcongratulationstoDan.Cohen-Lakesideresidencewatchoutforpuddles.Wagner-DinneronSaturdayforayoungboywhohasLeukemiaandlookingforvolunteersMcAlphin-Welcomenewsenators.Schwartz-Valentinedinneranddanceis$15perpersonincludesthedinneranddance.ItisonFeb.148-3.MEETINGADJOURNEDAT7:55pm

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SUrE UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 StudentAssociation "State University CollegeatOswegoSenate ".;.. 32ndLegislative Session 17th Meeting 12 February 1997AGENDA 1.Call toOrder-2.Roll Call -_. 3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes,":'r:., 5.Executive Reports Elizabeth Linderberry,President Chris Strong, VicePresident .".. 6. FinanceReportC.A. Foehser, DirectorofFinance7.CommitteeReports-8.OldBusiness Bill #21 #24 ., -9.NewBusiness Bill #26 ,...10.PublicCommentandAnnouncements )11.Adjournment ....-',.-..,,I

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... "-,-... -., StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislativeSession 1 7th Meeting12February1997Themeetingwascalledtoorderat6:40pm.Therewere22Senatorspresent.Theagendaandminuteswereapproved.PRESIDENTSREPORT-Therewasapprovalontheappointedexecutiveassistant,NancyDicksonandDianaDiago.-KaruDaniels-FeelsthatTheSenatehasnotgiventherefullsupportonbill#24.-Thisisaseriousmatter.Youwillnotdomeanyfavorsifyoupassthisbillorifyoudon'tpassthisbill.Heasksfor$5,000.00.-S.Areferendumisthreeweeksaway.-Feelssenatebringsnpersonalbaggage.VICE PRESIDENT REPORT -NateisthecampusdirectorforNYPIRG. -NextThursdayat6:30,thereisaStudentactionmeetingin212hewittunion.NYPIRGwillhelpstudentAssociationwithprinting.-WEoffer$1,000.00forprinting.ChrisStrong-ThanksNate.-therewillbeatripscheduledforaWednesdaytosewhatwecandodownthere.Thereisalimittoonly5people.-TherewerenoobjectionstoJimShielyasexecutiveassistant.FINANCE REPORTAcct.914(ManagementContingency)=$3,000.00Acct.915(Contingency)=-$25,200.00Acct.916(FixedAssets)=$51,608.34-Fundbalanceisbelowtheminimum.-Lastweeksbillsarestillsittingonmydesk.-Thefundbalanceisnow$96,239.85.COMMITTEEREPORTHealthandSafety-Tryingtodevelopanadvertisement ProcedureandFinance

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..... .... ....... -FinancecrisisCounselingandPsychologicalservicesisnotfundedbyS.ALongRangeplanning-Nothingtoreport-Nextweektherewillbeameeting.ElectionscommitteeCheckedallpetitionsforelectionsinMarch-Casependingtomorrowat7pm.Collegecommitteeofrelations-March5atCityhallthereisameetingat4pm.-Sponsoringalecture,Tues.Feb.18intheballroom7:30-9:00.OLDBUSINESSBill#21,FundsforNationalCollegiateHealthandWellnessWeek -Goldowskythinksitisagreatbillandweshouldtableit.-Burrowswithdrewsponsorship.-Benjaminthinksitsagoodbillandthinksweshouldtableituntilnextweek.-DuncanthinksweshouldtablethebillGoodidea,butwedonothavethefunds.Lendermanyields.-Wilsonyields.-Schwartz-ifthebillgetstabledwewillhavewaittonextweek.Itsagreatbill.-Motiontotablethebilluntilnextweek;2nd.passedbillistabled.Bill#22,FundsforCPSSpringSeminar.-ReisterandBurrowswithdrewtheresponsorships.-Nowsponsoredbythesenate.MotiontotablebilluntilnextweekBill#23,FundstosupportWomen'sHerstorymonth-Lendermanthinksitsagoodbill.McAlphin-Icouldnotherehim.Goldowskyagreeswitheveryone.Tablethebilltonextweek;2nd.-everyoneagreed.Bill#24,SAReferendumPromotion-Duncanthinksthisisaveryimportantreferendum -McAlphinsaysweneedtosupportthisbill.-Burrows-withoutSAthereisnothing.Soundslegaltopassed -Wagnerthinksthebillshouldbepassed.-Lazurusthinksbillshouldbepassed.-Motiontotablebill;2nd.Thisbillisnottabledwithavote17againstand10for.-Motiontoamendbystrikingthesecondandbeitfurtherenacted;2nd.-Littlethinksitsagreatideatogetridofthemoneypart.

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--STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislative Session 18thMeeting19 February 1997AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes-5.Executive Reports Elizabeth Linderberry, President rtt:-.?" Chris Strong, VicePresident6.FinanceReportCA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance ... 7.CommitteeReports ,J' 8.OldBusiness Bill #21 #23, #26 9.NewBusiness ..It., Bill#27 .... 10.PublicCommentandAnnouncements11.Adjournment .'

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.-...,-.. " ... STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 32nd Legislative Session 19th Meeting26February 1997 AGENDA1.CalltoOrder2.Roll Call3.Approval of Agenda4.Executive Reports Elizabeth Linderberry, President Report from NYPIRG Chris Strong, Vice President5.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance6.Committee Reports7.NewBusiness Bill #288.Public Comment and Announcements9.Adjournment

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STATEUNIVERSIlYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University College at OswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session 20th Meeting 5 March 1997 ,. AGENDA ,.'" 1. Call toOrder2. Roll Call .. 3.Approval of Agenda ... 4.Executive Reports ,,-. Elizabeth Linderberry, President Chris Strong, Vice President ,.i<5.Finance Report ...-:" CA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance .;. 6.Committee Reports "-,. >7.OldBusiness .. Bill #28, Bill#21#23 ... 7.NewBusiness ., Bill #29....... 8.PublicCommentandAnnouncements ... 9.Adjournment

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..-.-v.. .. StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislativeSession5March1997Themeetingstartedat6:50pm.Therewere24senatorspresent,andthreeofthemwereproxies.TheagendawasapprovedafterThebills21-23weretakenoffthefloorwith a voteof22forand2against.Theywereaddedtotheoldbusinessafterbill#28.ChiefjusticeRoseMcMoreiswillingtoansweranyquestionsabouttheSupremeCourtcaseSchwartzagainstOSEA. PRESIDENTREPORTThereisnothingtoreport. VICE PRESIDENTREPORT-Electionshappenedyesterdayandtoday.-WTOPisrecordinglive.Around8pm wewillbereadingtheresultsoftheelection.-YesterdaySUNYCityCollegeinBrooklynsentafaxsayingNYPIRGengagesinResearchmisconduct.FINANCE REPORT -Acct.914(Managementcontingency)=$3,000.00-Acct.915(Contingency)=$25,218.50-Acct.916(FixedAssets)=$51,608.34NextweekIIIbringinaframeworkfornextyear.COMMITTEEREPORTproceduresandfinance-Nothingtoreport.Longrangeplanning-MeetingthisSundayat6pmintheS.Aoffice.Recruitment-Nothingtoreport.Healthandsafety-Everythingisthesameaslastweek.CollegecommitteerelationsTherewasameetingbeforethismeeting.Theytalkedabout911comingtoOswego.Acommitteeforcollegeexchangedayshasbeenmade.Firecodesinsororityandfraternityhousesweretalkedabout.ThenextmeetingisApril2ndattheunion.Elections-Everythingwentsmoothlywithvoting.OLDBUSINESS

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... Bill#28,-Burrowsthinksitsagoodeventandfeels$500islowpriceforaspeaker,andsupportsthisbill.Duncanthinksitsagoodbillandfeelsweshouldpassit.-McAlphinurgesquickpassage.Motiontoamend$500to$350;2nd.-Hussthinksitstomuchmoneybecauseofourfinancialsituation.-McAlphinthinks$700isresonable.-Burrowsfeelsweshouldatleastgivethem$500forthespeaker.Amendamendmentbychanging$500forthespeakerandeliminatefood/decorations.-Schwartzthinksweshouldfundthespeaker.-Calltoquestiononamendingtheamendment;2nd.passeswithavoteof22forand1against.-Calltoquestion;2nd.Thebillpasseswithavoteof23forand1against.Bill#21,FundsforNationalCollegiateHealthandWellnessweek.-Apparentlytheygotfundingelsewhere-Calltoquestion;2nd.Billfailswithavoteof3forand21againstBill#22,FundsforCPSSpringSeminar-Reisterinformsusthatthisisanacademicdepartment,notreallyanS.Aorganization.-Calltoquestion;2nd.Billfailswithavoteof1forand23against.Bill#23,FundstosupportWomen'sHerstoryMonth.-Burrowssaysthatthisspeakerisinternationallyknownandhavingthespeakerherewouldbegreatforoswego.-Motiontoamendbystrikingthe2ndwhereasandchangetheamountto$1,500.00inthethereforebeenacted.-Motiontoamendtheamendmentto$2,000.00.-McAlphinurgesquickpassage.-Calltoquestiononamendingtheamenmdment;2nd.Passes.-Calltoquestion;Billpasseswithavoteof20forand4against.NEWBUSINESSBill#29,AdditionalFundsforEducationClub.sponsoredbyReister.PUBLICCOMMENTANDANNOUNCEMENT-Motionfor7min.recess;2nd.-Motiontobringusoutofrecess;2nd.-Motionforrecessuntiltheresultsarehere;2nd.-S.A.referemdumpassed.-ThevicepresidentisCassidy,thepresidentisHafner.-BenjaminsaysNYPIRGisinAlbanynow.

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_ .tI"'"., -Reister,GoldowskyandLittlewouldliketocongratulateallthecandidates.-SchwartzwouldliketothankLittleandStrong.-KristenfromlifestyleshasconcernsaboutWTOP.Theshow,NightlifeatOswegopromotesdrinking.-Hafnerlooksforwardtoworkingwithyounextyear.-Cassidythanksyouforvoting.MEETINGADJOURNEDAT8:20

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:.. STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCoLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislative Session 21st Meeting12March 1997AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call3.Approval ofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Elizabeth Linderberry, President Chris Strong, Vice President MarkJ.Walter, AMA President.6.Finance ReportCA.Foehser, DirectorofFinance7.Committee Reports8.Special Orders Bill #319.OldBusinessBill #2910.NewBusiness Bill #30, Resolution #811.PublicCommentandAnnouncements12.Adjournment

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.... ....'ottir ... ...,....I'"........ .studentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislativeSession21stMeeting12March1997Themeetingstartedat6:43pm.Therewere25senatorspresent.Theagendawasapproved.Theminuteswereapprovedaftertherewasanobjectiontothepubliccommentsandanouncements.PRESIDENTSREPORTPeopleareneededtoserveonthesetwocouncils,networkadvisoryboardandABCcouncil.NominationsfortheAlcoholbeveragecommitteeareSchwartz,Parker,andGoldowsky.Parkerwonwith16votes.Brockportsentabunchofcoursesthatareofferedtoeducationmajors.Resolution3isstillsittingonthetable.VICE PRESIDENTS REPORTMarkWalterisheretotalkaboutBill#31.Markthankseveryonefortheretime.AMAhasenteredaninternationalcompetitioninNewOrleans,LA.Thisorganizationisatier2organizationThereare80registeredmembersand385collegiatechapters.Eachteamhasputtogethera30pagemanual.Alotofworkwasputintothisoverwinterbreak.AMAisproudtoannouncethattheyareoneoftheeightfinalistTheseeightschoolswillberecognizedinternationally.thiswillbenefitthegroupbysharingalotofideaswithprofessionals.Thecostsare$350tofly,$400toregisterand$130toroom.AuxilIaryserviceshasallreadygiventhem$500.FourmembersareneededtogiveanoralorientationNatefromNYPIRG13studentsdrovetoAlbanyandtalkedtotheirstatelegislatureabouthowtheydontwantthetutitiontoriseanymore.thecampaignSUNYisgoodforbusinessesjustgotofftheground.Studentsmeanalottothisarea.Wewantbusinessestofightofthecutofcosts.NYPIRGhasputan18pagememorandumineachofyourmailboxes.Thankyouforhelpingwiththeelections.Peacesignsmuralsentacardandaposter.Theposterwillbeframed FINANCEREPORT-Acct.914(ManagementContingency)=$3,000.00-Acct.915(Contingency)=-$25,218.50-Acct.916(FixedAssets)=-$51,608.34Thebudgetrequestwillbeinsoon

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.\.....to ... .... COMMITTEEREPORTProcedurehasnothingtoreport.HealthandSafetyisorganizingwithCindyDonovanmoretripsofpeopleinterests.Electionshasnothingtoreport.LongrangeplanningishavingameetingthisSundayat6pm.RecruitmenthasnothingtoreportCollegeCommitteeRelationsishavingameetingApril2at4pmintheUnion.SPECIALORDERBill#31,FundstosupportAmericanMarketingAssociationInternationalConferenceandCompetition-SponsoredbyGoldowsky,ReisterWhitfordandDiRizzio.-Goldowskyurgeseveryonetokeepthisbillaswholeandfeelstheydeservetogo.-Reisterfeelseveryoneshouldsupportthisbill.-Whitfordagreeswitheveryoneelseandfeelstheyputalotofworkintoit.-DiRizzio-Letsdoit!!!,andagreeswitheveryoneelse.-Lenderman-Congratulations.-Littlealsocongratulates.-Labarofeelsweshouldnotsendeveryone,onlyfour.Urgessomeonetochangethebillto$1,500.00.-Calltoquestion;2nd.Thebillispassedwithavoteof21forand3against.OLDBUSINESSBill#29,FundsforEducationClubs.-Reisterfeelsitsagoodcause,supportsthisbill.-Calltoquestion;2nd.Thebillispassedwithavoteof21forand3against.NEWBUSINESSBill#20,Senatetraining.SponsoredbySchwartz.Resolution#8,ElectionsAssistanceCommunications.SponsoredbytheSenate. -MotiontoamendtheforthwhereastoVicepresidentChrisStrongandSenatorLittlemakingsurethevotingmachineswereopenedandclosed,andoperatingsmoothly.-AmendmenttotheamendmentaftertheforthwhereasandalsothankKenHussandtherestoftheelectionscommittee.-Reister-Sen.HussandeveryoneelsesnameIhavementioneddidalotofworkfortheelections.

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.. ..... .. ;... .. -Reister-Motiontoenddebate;passed.-Movedtovotepassingamendmentwiththeadditionalamendmentwithavoteof 11 for,5against,and2abstentionsGoldowsky-Everyonedidagreatjobontheelections.-Littlesaystheresolutionspeaksforitself.Calltoquestion;2nd.Theresolutionpasseswithavoteof20forand1against.PUBLICCOMMENTANDANNOUNCEMENTLabaro-tomorrowintheunionthereisaworkshop.Schwartz-tonightinthesnackbarthepeergroupisperformingskitsform8:30-10:30.Fridayat10pmissingledout.GoldowskythanksAMAforsittingthroughthemeeting.Whitford-ThisSat.isthefirstwomensrugbygame.DeanWassenaar-CongratulationstoMikeandMark.Ilookforwardtothisnewleadershipcomingin.Lenderman-Thereisafudgesaletohelpsupportthehonorsocietyforeducation.Strong-gooldcityonThurs.toseeverticaleight.Schwartz-Thereisacareerfairintheballroom5-8.Labaro-Sat.March15thereisanAsianAssociationdinner.MOTIONTOADJOURN7:45

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...STATE UNIVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University College at OswegoSenate32nd Legislative Session 22nd Meeting19March1997AGENDA1.Call to Order2.Roll Call3.Approval of Agenda4.Approval of Minutes

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,......... -studentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate32ndLegislativeSession22ndMeeting19March1997Themeetingwascalledtoorderat6:45pm.Therewere19Senatorspresent.Theagendawasapprovedafterbill#32wastakenofftheagenda,andResolution#3wasaddedtotheagendaundernewbusiness.SpecialorderswasaddedtotheagendawithResolution#9aftercommitteereports.Theminuteswereapprovedaftertwolinesweretakenoutofnewbusiness.Therewasnopresidentreport.VICE PRESIDENTREPORTDawnMetott,taekwonDo-Since1980ithasbeenapartofS.A.-TheyareaskingformoneyforaTaekwondotournamentinNewYorkCity.-Therewillbeover600peopleatthistournamentandeightofourmemberswouldliketogo.-Theypracticetwotimesaweekandhavealreadygoneto15ormoretournaments.KristiBerryfromNYPIRG -April4,5,6isthespringconferenceinAlbany.WeareworkingonourBusinesscampaign.-April15isearthdaylobbyday,getstudentstomeetwithourlegislatures.Chriswouldliketothankeveryoneforthegreatyear,itisatrendforthenumberofsenatorstodecreaseastheyeargoeson.Sen.SchwartzhasamemoonwhathappenedonMondaynightattheopenforum.Checkyourmailboxes.FINANCEREPORT-Acct.914(ManagementContingency)=$3,000.00-Acct.915(Contingency)=-$52,718.50-Acct.916(FixedAssets)=-$51,608.34IfyouwantcopiesofthebudgetIcangetyoucopiesofthem.Acct.607isamaintenanceAccount.-TheincreaseofdeficitofAcct.915isbecauseofthePPBbill,itwilljumpbackupinacoupleofweeks.-WearegoingtosignG-IoveandtheSpecialsauce.-ThefinancecommitteewilllookintothePPBbillandtheBSUbill.

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/... ,. ..-. .....-,IA.... -COMMITTEEREPORTHealthandSafety-Yourhallsshouldofgota memoforwhattripsyouwanttogoon.CollegeCommitteerelations-ThenextmeetingisApril2,4pmintheunion.Elections-Congratulationsonceagaintothecandidates.Recruitment-Nothingtoreport.Procedureandfinance-Nothingtoreport.SPECIALORDERSResolution#9,BillSubmissionsponsoredbySen.Little-Motiontoamend;2nd.Strikethe5thwhereasandthe3rdbulletinthe6thwhereas.-Duncan-dowereallywanttolimitthemtotenminutes.Wearehurryingthem.-Motiontoamendbystrikingthefurtherresolveandthe5thwhereasandthethirdbulletinthe6thwhereas;2nd.Theamendmentpasseswithavoteof12forand5against.-Goldowskythinksthisshouldstayasaresolution.-Littlewantstochangethisresolutiontoabill