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STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Meeting 5 October 1994Bill #30AssistantALANA Director CreationWHEREAS, the positionofALANA Director has becoming increasingly more timeconsuming each year since its existence, and WHEREAS, this is a position and an area that should not be neglected for any reason, and WHEREAS, the creationofan assistant director will aid in the executionofthe positionofALANA Director, and WHEREAS, the position will also provide for a stepping stone for the next DirectorofALANA Affairs, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the positionofAssistant DirectorofALANA Affairs be created under the jurisdictionofthe DirectorofALANA Affairs.Beit further enacted that $150.00 be transferred from Act. #720 (Advocate General) to an account to be created for a stipend for the Assistant DirectorofALANA Affairs. SUBMITTED BY: Ainsley Borrows, DirectorofALANA SPONSORED BY: Dwight Hood, Jose Calderon, Chris Brodt, Susan Borrow SENATE ACTION Passed 22Y5NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT13October1994 Kevin Burns,SAPresident ..r\"\ Date igned by President )

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-STATE UNIVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOLlEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 7th Meeting19October 1994Bill #31WNYO Three Year PlanWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WNYO is a major media source on the SUNY Oswego campus and community; and WNYO is oneofthe largest Student Association organizations on campus with nearly 150 members; and WNYO's equipment isinneedofrepair or replacement; and WNYOhasdeveloped a comprehensive three year equipment plantoaid Senateinbudgeting for future inevitable expenses; therefore: Be it enactedbythe Student Association Senate at the State University of New York College at Oswego that the sum of $3445 be transferred from Account 916 to Account 590 (WNYO Equipment) for the following items: Year One 0994-1995)NAD502 CD Player Denon CD Cart Player, DN 951FA Telfax GX-440 Remote Unit V-220 Headphones (2) Electro-Voice635AOmni-Directional Mics(2)RealisticCR 234 Cassette RecorderTOTAL$300 1,400 1,150 300 250 45 $3,445 Be it further enacted that the sumof$8,865 be budgeted for in the 1995 1996 budget council for use by WNYO after July1,1995 for the followingitems:Year Two 0995-1996) .... Wheatstone12Channel, Stereo, Audio Console Denon CD Cart Player, DN 951FA Tascam32Reel Machine Technics SL-1200MK2 TurntableTOTAL$7,000 1,400 2,100 465 $10,965

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-.. .. Bill#32Be it further enacted that the sumof$6,400bebudgeted forinthe 1996-1997 budget council foruseby WNYO after July1,1996 for the following items: Page 2 Year Three(1996-1997>Tascam32ReelMachine Eventide BD942, 3 second fixed delay DenonCDCart Player,DN951FANAD502CDPlayer Electro-voiceRE2QMic lUfAL $ 2,1002,0001,400 300600$6,400 Be it fmally enactedthatanyleftover moneyfromthe 3-year planbereturned to to Acct. #916 (Fixed Assets). SUBMITfED BY: Mark Hrywna, WNYO General Manager SPONSOREDBY:Chad Johannsen, Dominick lanno SENATE ACTION Passed 26Y 3NOAKevin Burns, SA Praldent... DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT27October1994 Or1..J Date SignedbyPresidenf

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.......... STATE UNIVERSTlY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 7th Meeting 19 October 1994Bill #32Budget ParametersWHEREAS, we are in need for budget parameters to outline how much our budget may increase from year to year; and WHEREAS, Bill #24ofthe 29th Legislative Session attempted to correct the problemofan overly increasing budget but did not make any long term parameters; and WHEREAS the parameters need to account for inflationfrom year to year to allow the Student Association to function properly; and WHEREAS, the average inflation from 1965 (SA's inception) to 1992 as per the 1993 Almanac was calculated to be 5.6%; therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following be added as number 12ofthe bylawsofthe Student Association constitution:12.The maximum budget increase per year is limited to 5.6% to be comprisedofboth the fee and non-fee revenues. Be it further enacted that passageofthis bylaw will supersede all previous fee and non-fee revenue laws. Be it finally enacted that this bylaw will take effect after the 1995-1996 budget council.SUBMIITEDBY: Ben Bryan, SA Vice President SPONSORED BY: Chris Brodt -,_
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STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 8th Meeting26October 1994 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill #33Funding for Chemistry Clubthe Chemistry club president last year did not submit a budget request whenitwas due and therefore has not received any funding; and the Chemistry Club is still a viable organization with approximately thirty-two student members and seventeen faculty members; and the Chemistry Club could use funding to bring speakers to campus for lectures and the expenses that go along with bringing a speaker to campus; and any funding they receive will helpinattracting member participation and will represent our commitmentto'TheYearofInvolvement"; therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$175 be transferred from Account #915 (Contingency)toan account to be created for the Chemistry Club. SUBMITTED BY: Todd Maloney, PresidentoftheChemistry Club SPONSORED BY: Chris Strong, Jayson Febles ., SENATE ACTION Passed21Y9NOA Kevin Burns,SAPresident DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 3 November 1994 "

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SUrEUNIVERSrrY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 8th Meeting26October 1994Bill #34CreationofTemporary Enfranchisement Committee..WHEREAS, WHEREAS, we need to serve the needsofthe new membersofthe Student Association; andweneed to make sme we spend the enfranchisement money wisely; therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following temporary senate committee be created: The Enfranchisement Committee This committee will be responsible for reviewing the needsofboth the graduate and part-time populations and assessing their needs and making recommendations to the Senate on how this money should be spent. This committee will also review requests for expansionofservices required to meet the needsofthese new membersofthe Student Association. This committee will be composedofthe following membership: 1.Twonon-traditionalorgraduate Senators2.Atleast one graduate student at large3.Atleast one part-time student at large Be it finally enacted that this committee be required to submit its recommendations to the Senate by the first meeting in February.SUBMIITEDBY: Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Eric Przelski' ... SENATEACflONPassed30YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 3 November 1994 2) Date Signed by Presidei)lt4 )

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....> STATEUNlVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session9thMeeting 2 November 1994Bill #35Creation of Student Association FlagWHEREAS,the Senate has approved a bill which allows the national flagofthe United Statestobeflown in the Student Association Senate; andWHEREAS,the student body is made upofstudents fromalloverthe world; andWHEREAS,this would only be singling outonesegmentofthe student body;andWHEREAS,not all students can identify with the American flag; andBeitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Senate form a committeetocreate a flag thatwillrepresent all the studentsonOswego'scampus.Beitfurther enacted that this flagorbanner willbedisplayed at all Senate meetings...SUBMITTED BY: Ainsley BurrowsSPONSOREDBY: Dennis Klinzing, Jose Calderone, Chris Brodt,"SENATE ACTION Passed30Y1NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 10 November 1994 Kevin Bums, SAPresident 'Nriv \ 0 Date Signed by ----

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.. -..." )'STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association Senate State University College at Oswego 30th Legislative Session9thMeeting 2 November 1994Bill #36Funding for the Political Science ClubWHEREAS, the Political Science club leadershipoflast year did not submit a budget request for consideration during budget council whenitwas due and therefore has not received any funding for this year, and WHEREAS, the Political Science Club is still a viable club at this university with approximately forty-five members; and WHEREAS, the Political Science Club could use funding to bring speakers to the campus for lectures open to all students on campus as well as membersofthe club, and the related administrative expenses that are needed to keep a club in an active status; and WHEREAS, any funding the club receives will help in keeping the club viable and will aid to attract new members; thereforeBeitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$175 be transferred from account #915 (Contingency) to an account to be created for the Political Science Club .SUBMITIEDBY: The Political Science Club SPONSORED BY: Chris Strong, JaysonFebles, Charlie WingSENAlEACTION Failed11Y 20NOA

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STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session9thMeeting 2 November 1994BiII #37AmendSAFee Policy for Part-timeandGraduate StudentsWHEREAS, last year the Student Association changed the makeupofits fee paying members by adding part-time and graduate students; and WHEREAS, manyofthese students to not take courses on the Oswego campusofSUNY Oswego; therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following refund policybeenacted: Part-time and graduate students whodonot take courses on the main Oswego campus will notberequired to pay the Student Association fee. These students will only pay the per credit requirement for courses taken on Oswego's main campus. This willbedone through a frontendexemption through the bursar's office. Student teachers who teach or live within twenty-five milesofthe campus willberequired to pay the fee; students teaching outsideofthis radius willbeeligible to apply for a refund. This willbedone through a refund requestinthe SA office. This request mustbereturned by the third weekofthe semester. Students who withdraw from school willbegiven a refund based on the percentage offered by the bursar's office for tuition based on the week into the semesterofthe withdrawal. The current percentage is as follows: 1stWeek 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week100%70% 50% 30% 0%Be it further enacted that this will take effect in the fallof1995. ... SUBMI'ITED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Susan Borrows, Dawn Hughes

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.. 1 ,.Bill #37SENATE ACTION Passed 26Y3NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT10 November 1994Page 2 -3P2wd-z.c Kevin Burns,SAPresident Y'J d -.J \0 J31-l-'3----:v\'----_ Date Signed

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.. )STATE UNIVERSrIY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewinUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session9thMeeting 2 November 1994SPECIAL ORDERSBill#38Limit Senate DebateWHEREAS, a student's time is a valuable commodity which should not be taken lightly; and WHEREAS, long-windedness and filibustering is a virtue which does not have its place in the senatechamber; and WHEREAS, in a forum like this, time limits are considered a rule rather than the exception; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following guidelines for debate be established: Each Senator on the frrst speakers list will have a time limitofseven (7) minutes placed on their oration. Each subsequent speakers list, each Senator will be limitedtofive (5) minutes for their oration. All time will be keptbythe president pro-temporeofthe Senate. Upon reaching the time limit, the Senator will be told, "Time is up, please be seated."SUBMITfEDBY: Chris Brodt, PeteMorrison SPONSORED BY: Susan Borrow, Diane Lechner, Dave George > SENATE ACTION Passed 25Y7NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 3 November 1994 --------Kevin Bums,SAPresident Date Signed by President

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,STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 9th Meeting 2 November 1994 WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill#39Contract Obligationduring budgeting last year a contract was overlooked; and this was an agreement between the Executive Branch and the SUNY BoardofTrustees and the Student Association; and WHEREAS, we must live up to this obligation; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $1000 be transferred from account #915 and $1000 be transferred from account #914 (Management Contingency)toa new executive account to cover this expense.SUBMlTIEDBY; The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY; Eric Przelski SENATE ACTION Passed26Y2NlADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 10 November 1994 Kevin Bums,SAPresident \1\ '1 Dignedby esident

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DRAFTAGREEMENTRE Funding for the Radio Station DanTaftandIhave discussed funding for the radio station. Dan Taft is concerned about theStudentAssociation's present ability to pay forthe Director.1have agreed that if Fritz Messere has been released this semester for the purpose of working with the radio station, and noadjuncthas been hiredtoreplace him, theydonothave to pay us for those services this semester. If a replacement has been hired, we will splitth.ecost.IfFritzMessere is expected to serve the radio station this semester as an overload,wewill split the cost.Ifurther agreed that for nextyearonly (1992-93), I willpickup half the cost of Professor Messere1s release time,thatis$2,000ofthe$4,000inthe expectation that Student Association willpaytheother$2.000. After that. that isin1993-94academicyearand following, Student Association will pick up the full cost of release timeatthe adjunct rate whichis presently $2,000 per course per semester. ,.Signature1\/ G" ./I.l #/A-.......(\..,-iIi.. ':'" "..7"'--\ ..,,Date -.. .Date

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...-"STATEUNlVERSTIYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session9thMeeting 2 November 1994Bill #40FundBalance ParametersWHEREAS, Our current fund balance procedure calls for holding a minimumof$125,000 comprisedof$75,000 for capital reserve and $50,000 for equipment replacement; and WHEREAS, the procedure allows us to use the $50.000 for equipment replacement lowering our fund balance below $125.000 which is dangerous to Student Association's health; and WHEREAS, we need to keep a minimumof$125.000 in our fund balance at all times to remainina stable condition; and WHEREAS,ourcurrent procedure does not clearly explain how to use funds in excessof$125.000; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following guidelinesbeadopted: $125.000 must be kept in the fund balance for capital reserves at all times. The excess funds over $125,000 in the fund balance canbeused in the following manner:1.75% for capital expensesorcapital expense plans 2. 20% used for emergencies and discrepancies in the budget3.5%used as the Senate deems necessary Be it further enacted that any funds in excessof$125.000 canbeallocated through a bill approved by the Senate.Beit finally enacted that no funds may be allocated until the auditofthe Student Association is presented to Senate. SUBMlTfED BY: Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Chris Brodt SENATEACflONPassed 25Y2NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 10 November 1994 \"";W\fY\/kKevin Bums.SAPresident

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STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State UniversityCollege at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 11th Meeting 16 November 1994 .... WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Bill #41Speaking Seats for Diversity Directorsthe DirectorsofChallenged Students' Issues, Bi-GALA,Women'sIssues, Non-Traditional Students' Issues, Greek Issues andALANAAffairs are liaisons between their respective groups and the Senate; and at the present moment they are unable to carry out their jobs to the fullestoftheir ability; and it is essential that these representatives be heard in the Senate; and it would be very beneficial to the Senate, the groups and extremely necessary to the campus as a whole that speaking seats be delegated to these representatives; therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following positions be granted permanent speaking seats: DirectorofALANA Affairs DirectorofWomen'sIssues DirectorofChallenged Students' Issues DirectorofBi-GALA DirectorofNon-Traditional Students' Issues DirectorofGreek Issues Beitfurther enacted that when a director begins speaking they must identify themselves as such before beginning this oration.Beitfinally enacted that when a director speaks they may only speak on matters which are directly related to their specific constituency. All decisions as to the relevancyofthe oration will be the responsibilityofthe chair.SUBMIITEDBY: Ainsley Burrows and Angela Herrald SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Failed6Y20NOA

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STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEAT OSW1i'GO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 ..... ...... ..'Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 30th Legislative Session10thMeeting 9 November 1994Bill #42 Budget&TierProcess UpgradeWHEREAS, our entire budgetary process is in needofdrastic refonn; and WHEREAS,theStudent Association needs organizationofits clubs and organizations and a process that clearly accomplishesthis;and WHEREAS, this structure will accomplish both in onebill;therefore: Be it enactedbytheStudent Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego thatthefollowing procedures for clubs, organizations and fundingofthem be adopted as follows:I.Thestructureofclubsandon:anizations will be done in a tierstructureas follows;TIER1Clubs who have submitted their constitutiontothe Supreme Court and have haditapprovedwillreceive funding on an event-by-event basis through bill fonn approvedbythe Senate. All event funding bills will have a breakdownofcostsofthe event. Groups must remain at this status for one semester. Atthenext budget council theywillreceive club funding provided they have existed for one semester. Flierstorecruit membership may be obtained throughthecommunications department and paid for throughanexecutive account.TIER2Tier 2 includes clubs who receive funding through budget council in the Fall. Failure to submit a budget request will force the grouptoreturntoTier 1 and follow Tier 1 procedures. Groups in Tier 2 must remaininTier 2 until theyhavebeenoncampus fortwoconsecutive semesters. The two semesters must include a spring semester and the following fall semester.TIER3This tier will consistoforganizations who do programing and campus events. They willbemoved from Tier 2toTier 3 by approval of their charterbya majorityofthe Senate. Disapproval of their charter will movetheorganization backtoTier 2 and thenthegroup will follow all Tier 2 procedures Tier 3 groups will receive funding via budget council to cover administrative expenses and program costs. Their budget requestwillbe a line item budget estimating costs for each event. Failuretosubmit a budget requestwillresultinmovement backtoTier2.

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Bill #42 Page 2.. ..' .... .' .... ".... ,""'" TIER 4This tier will consistoforganizations who perfonn services to the campus and community and own a lotofcapital equipmentorhold sporting events. They moved from Tier 2 toTier4 by approvaloftheir charter by a majorityofthe Senate. Disapprovaloftheir charter will move the organization back to Tier 2 and the group will then followallTier 2 procedures. Tier 4 organizations will 'receive funding via budget council to cover administrative expenses and equipment expenses. Their budget request will be a line item budget outlining all costs. Failure to submit a budget request will result in movement back to Tier 2.CHARTER RECOMMENDATIONSThe Finance Committee willberesponsible for reviewing all active charters between November 1 st and November 21st. Upon review the FinanceCommittee will decideifa charter is being upheldornotIfthe FinanceCommittee decides a charter is not being upheld, the committee will inform the group. The group will then need to submit a charter to Senatebythe first meetingofthe Spring semester as prescribed in Section IIofthis bill.II. Charterim: ProcessA. All groups will be required to submit a charter prior to the first Senate meetingofthe spring semester except Tier 1 andTier2 groups remaininginTier2.B.The following groups will be required to have their charter reviewedbySenate in the fonnofa bill:1.Groups moving from Tier 2 to Tier 3or4 2. Groups that have had their charter reviewed in November and have received disapproval from the Finance Committee C. Groups falling into section B will have their charters reviewed by the Senate. Approval for a charter requires a majorityofthe Senate. D. Charters shall include:1.Purposeofthe organization 2. Past year's accomplishmentofthe organization 3. Benefits the organization provides to the college community 4. Estimated numberofcurrent members 5. Plans for the upcoming year 6. A copyofthe current constitution 7. A signed agreement to live within financial guidelinesofthe Student Association 8. An estimateofany capital item expenditures for the next three years unless a current capital expenditure plan is in place (i.e.WTOP3YearPlan) E. Senate shall vote on all charters that need be by the closeofthe second meetingofthe spring semester.III. Bud2etin2 ProcessThe following structure will be adopted for budgeting. A. All budget requests for Tier 3&Tier 4 organizations are due by the second Friday in February.B.Budget Council will begin convening immediately after budget requests are due to decideonthe following expenditures, reviewing requests in non-alphabetical order:1.All Tier 3&Tier 4 organization expenses 2. Governmental expenses

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Bill #42 Page3 C.3.Student Services expenses4.Contractual Obligations expenses5.Amountofmoney to be set aside forTier2groups6.Amountofmoney set aside for Senate AccountsBudgetCouncil shall consistofthe following people,ortheir proxies, each with one vote:I.F.E.G.H.D.1.DirectorofFinance2.Assistant DirectorsofFinance3.PresidentofS.A.&Assistant4.VicePresidentofS.A. & Assistant 5. DirectorofCorporate Development Budget Council will complete the budget by the fIrst Friday inMarchandthe budget will then be forwarded to the Senate FinanceCommitteeforreview and to the President-Elect for any changes. Alsoatthis time theFinanceDepartment shall notify in writing all Tier3&Tier4organizations their budget recommendation. After the Finance Committee has received the budget thecommitteewill hold a public hearing on the budget in the Hewitt Union prior to the third Friday in March for public examination.TheFinance Committee shall review the entire budget andmakewritten recommendations to the Senate on any changes.The committee shall have all recommendations finished thethe third Friday in March.Thecommittee shall consistofthe following people:1.Fourvoting memberofSenate elected by the Senate.2.TheSenate Pro-Temporewhoshall act as the Chair.3.TheDirectorofFinanceEx -offIcio After the Finance Committee has fInished compiling their recommendations they will submit to Senate all their recommendations by the lastmeetingofMarch. At this time, the President-elect will give the Senate a complete line by line budget along with any documented changes the President-elect has made.Atthethe first meetingofApril the Finance Dept. will submit the Appropriations Bill with any Presidential changes. Also, at this meeting allTier3&4organizational appeals will be heardanddecided upon.Atthethe second meeting in April the Senate shall debate the budget and eventually pass it.Thebudgetmustbe passed prior to May 1st.IV.Tier 2 Fundine A. AllTier2Clubs need to submit their budget request by thesecondFriday in September.B.After the second Friday budget council will convene to decide allTier2allocations. Budget council shall inform all Tier2clubofthe budget recommendations by the third Friday in September. C.Atthe last meetingofSeptember, the Finance Dept. shallsubmittheTier2allocations bill to the Senate. All Tier2appeals will be heardanddecidedatthis meeting.D.TheSenate will debate and pass the club allocation at thefirstmeeting in October. E. AllTier2 clubs may submit no more than $100.00 worthofP.O.sprior to club funding. All P.O.s over $100.00 require approvalofSenateviaa bill. ,

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-Bill#42Page 4 Beitfurther enacted that all Tier3and Tier4organizationsasprescribed in this billbegranted charter approval for the first year (95-96 Budget Council) and charter review will begin Novemberof1995.All Tier3and Tier4organizations willberequiredto submit their charter with their budget request for this first year to enable the Finance Committee to gage each organizations progress with regards to their charter next November. All new clubs forming after passageofthis bill will begin in Tier1and follow all procedures outlinedinTier1.French Garners History Japanese Jewish Student Union Jui Jitsu Karate PendulumBe it finally enacted the the following Tier breakdown be accepted:Tier 1Any clubs forming after passageofthis billTier 2Amnesty International BASIC Chess Crew Cycling Del Sane EIRitmoLatino/Latin Dance Troupe Fencing Phi Beta Lambda Right To Life SailingTaeKwonDoWomen'sRugby ...,.... Tier 3ArtExhibition Committee Asian Student Association Black Student Union Campus Life Caribbean Student Association Chamber Singers Cheerleaders College Choir Mixed ChorusTier 4Blackfriars College Community Orchestra Community Services Concert Band Equestrian TeamMen'sRugby Ontarian Oswegonian GALA United Music Organization Gospel ChoirWomen'sCenter Great Lake Review International Student Union Latin Student UnionLOCONon Traditional Student UnionOCASHRMPPBSAVAC Solid State State SingersWNYOwrop '. SUBMITTED BY: Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Jeremy Jones, Chad Johannesen, Roy Mirenda Chris Brodt

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.."""'";o. Bill #42 SENATE ACTION Passed 25Y 2NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT17November1994Page 5 Kevin Burns, SA President ChIQt:lJletq Date SignedbyPresident

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.. Tier3.Tier4and Tier2group wishing to move up must handintheir charters1stMeetingofSpring Semester Budget given to Pres.Elect for changes Charter Approved Tier3&4handinbUdget request 2nd Fri. in Feb. Budget given to Senate Finance Committee for recommendations Budget Council meets and formulates a preliminary budget by 1stFri. in March Senate Votesonall charters Voted onby2ndMeetingofSpringSemester Budget Recom me ndatio ns given to Tier3&4groups Charter rejected Group moved to Tier 2 ReceivefundingintheFall Budget Requestdue2ndFri.inSeptember..President gives Senate Budget breakdown and any documented changes bylastMeetinginMarch Budget bill submitted to Senate for Sponsorship by1stMeeting In April Finance Committee gives Senate Recommendations bylastMeetinginMarch Finance Committee holds public hearingonthe budget Tier3&Groups come with appeals to1stMeetinginApril All appeal voted on at this meeting .. ... Senate debate the budget Mustbeapproved bylastmeeting in April

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STA7E UNIVERSnYOFNEWYORK COUEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 11thMeeting16 November 1994 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SPECIAL ORDERS Bill #43FundsforTreeon Washington Boulevardthe Student Association should strive to promote a positive relationship between thestudents and the community; and in doing so,SAshould be responsible for the actionsofourconstituents, whether goodorbad; and recently atreeon Washington Boulevard was allegedly vandalized by students; and WHEREAS, WHEREAS, .. this is the second time this tree has been damaged and needs to be replaced again; and the cityofOswego paid for the replacementofthe ftrst tree; therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $25.00 be expended from Acct. #916 to buy a replacement tree to be planted by the CityofOswego on Washington Boulevard.SUBMITIEDBY: The Executive Board SPONSORED BY: Charlie Wing, Dennis Klinzing, Dawn Hughes, Dominick lanno, Diane Lechner <-, SENATE ACTION Passed 27YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 17 November 1994 1b KeVInBums,SAPresident

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STATE UNWERSrrYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 12th Meeting30November 1994 the cheerleaders will have $213.00 leftintheir transportation account and will have $3,000 raised by the endofthe fIrst weekendofDecembertogotowards their travel cost, therefore: this is an opportunityforOswego State toberecognized nationally, and they currentlydonot have the $10,000 neededtotraveltoDallastocompete, and the transportation is most needed and thecostisestimated tobe$5,200.00, andBill #44 Funding for CheerleadersOswego State University Cheer Squad has qualified to compete at theNCACollegiate Cheerleader and PornlDance National Championships 1995inDallas Texas, andWHEREAS, 4WHEREAS,WHEREAS, rWHEREAS,..WHEREAS, ":.r.. Beitenactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that the sumof$1,500betransferredfromAct.#915toAct. #498 (Transportation). .. SUBMITTED BY: Sue Thomas, Coach/PresidentofCheerleaders SPONSORED BY: Jayson FeblesSENATEACTIONPassed24Y3NlA N\A.\Kevi1iBUin.... DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 7 December 1994 Date SIgned by President

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-...SUrE UNIVERSnYOFNEWYORK COLLEGEAT OS\VEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601FAX(315) 341-2576WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, .... Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 12th Meeting30November 1994Bill #45ChessClub Tripthe Chess Club is planning a trip to Providence, Rhode Island, to compete in the Pan-American Intercollegiate Chess Championship to be held on December 27 December 30; and they have already solicited $345.00 from various residence halls to help defray the costofthe trip; and thetotalcostofthe trip is approximately $530.00 however, they are stillinneedof$110.00tohelp pay for the hotel, entry fee and gas, therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $85.00betransferred fromAct #915 toAct #932 to help defray the costofthe trip.SUBMITfEDBY: Pierre Salazar, Mike Amarante SPONSORED BY: Dominick Ianno 100. .." .. SENATE ACTION Passed 18Y8NlADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 8 December 1994 Kevin Burns,SAPresident\L/ CO I Date Signed by President

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STATEUNIVERSllYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 .. Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 12th Meeting 7 December 1994Special Orders#46Spring 1995 Elections ::... WHEREAS, WHEREAS, it is necessary to have an All-Campus Election in the Spring; and the Elections Committee has been delegated to submit the dates for the election for approval by the Senate; thereforeBeitenacted bytheStudent Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following schedule be adopted for the Spring 1995 All-Campus Election:.. If26/952/8/95 2/9/95 2/9/95 3/6/953n/95 3/8/95 Petitionsareavailable in theSAOffice Petitions are dueby2:00pm in theSAOffice Official Slate posted at 2:00pm Campaigning begins at 2:00pm Campaigning ends within100ft.ofpolling area at 8:00am Election held between 9:00am 4:00pm SUBMITIED BY: SPONSORED BY:Beit further enacted that an All-Campus referendum be held in conjunction with the spring election, provided that bills have been passed concerning constitutional referendum. Elections Committee Rebecca Coleman .. .. .. SENATEACTIONPassed General ConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 7 December 1994 _KevinBums,SAPresidentJ lJSf ( __Date Signedby President

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,-...,STATE UNlVERSrTY OFNEWYORK COLlEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate30thLegislative Session 14th Meeting30January 1995 .&.,.. WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill #47CrewClubTierUpgradethe Crew Club is in needofmonetary funds for its high costofoperation and competition; and the Crew Club may flourish into a highly competitive sport which can compete at the levelofother collegesand universities; therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Crew Clubbemoved from Tier2to Tier4to acquire these necessary funds. SUBMTITED BY: The Crew Club SPONSORED BY: Roy Mirenda, Jeremy Jones, Dominick lanno SENATE ACTION Failed5Y19NlA

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> STATE UNlVERSrTY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewiuUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 25 January 1995 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill #48TaeKwonDoClub Tier UpgradetheTaeK wonDoClub would liketomove from Tier 2 to Tier 3; and the Tae KwonDoClub has been an established and growing club since the year 1986; and the Tae K wonDoClub would like to further its expansioninorder to make students more awareofself defense and its benefits; and the Tae KwonDoClub could utilize more funding to assist in its purpose andalsomaintain its status in World Tae KwonDoAssociation; and the Tae KwonDoClub has extended its membership to encompass students and faculty that actively participate in regular practices, demonstrations, tournaments, and traveling to maintain its status and purpose; and the Tae K wonDoClub has assisted Resident Assistants and other groups in programming and other projects for reasonsofcampus safety, defense and other related issues; and the Tae K wonDoClub would liketobecome more involved with the community and increase the numberofevents held; thereforeBeitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Tae KwonDoClubbemoved from Tier 2 to Tier 3. ..SUBMITfEDBY: The Tae KwonDoClub SPONSORED BY:ChadJohannsen, Chris Strong SENATEACTIONFailed 8Y 15N 1A

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.... TAEKWONDOCAPITAtEXPENDITURESFORONEYEAR.IInstructionperweekDemonstrationInstruction TotalDemonstrationEstimateonequipmentandtravel Estimated total for one year8x432 x2. 288 $864 60x$1.20 $72.00+10.00 $82.00+60.00 $142.00 $864.00+142.00 $1006.00+200.00 1206.00hoursperweek weeks per month hourspermonthmonthshoursperyearperhour per year(oneinstructor)boards per board advertising for speakers. "., Total three-year estimate$3618.00based on one instructor (we usuallytryto have two)

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SUrE UNIVERSrIYOF NEWYORKCOLlEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576", Student Association State University College atOswegoSenate 30th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 25 January 1995Bill #49Senate AttendanceWhereas, Whereas,weareinneedofa clearcutpolicyforSenator attendanceatmeetings and committee meeting; and accordingtoBill#24ofthe 23rd legislation a policywasestablishedforattendanceofSenators and the recourse for attendance violations; and Whereas, this billwassupposedtobecome a bylawofourconstitution, butdidnotbecomeoneforonereasonoranother; thereforeBeitenactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollege at Oswego that the following attendance policybereaffmnedand placedinthe bylaws: 1) Any Senator missingthreeconsecutive committee meetingsorthree consecutive senate meetings without a proxy shallbeupforexpulsion. 2)AnySenator missing a combination totaling five senate meetings without being excusedbythechairshall beupforexpulsion.3)Everytwo absences from the senate meeting with aproxyshall equaloneabsence.Beit further enacted that expulsion from the senate needs the approvaloftwothirdsofthe total membershipofthe senate.Beitfinally enacted the Senatorupfor expulsion has the righttospeak in defense astoextenuating circumstances astotheir absences. SUBMI'ITED BY:BenBryanSPONSOREDBY:RoyMirenda,Dominicklanno,SusanBorrow,PeteMorrison,MarkWronecki\] 0 Kevin PresidentSENATEACfIQNPassed12Y6NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 2 February 1995 r.--------' DateSignedbyPresident

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STATE UNIVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate30thLegislative Session15thMeeting 1 February 1995-WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill #50 Cheerleader Organization Tier Upgradethe Cheerleader Organization was inadvertently placed in Tier3under the guidelinesofBill#42;and the organization is more suitedtoTier4;therefore Beitenactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Cheerleader OrganizationbemovedfromTier3toTier4upon passage of this bill. SUBMITIEDBY:The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Jeremy Jones I.... SENATE ACfION Passed 26Y 4NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT10February 1995 _Kevin Burns,"'A PresIdent C'
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WHEREAS, WHEREAS, ...). -STATEUNlVERSflYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session15thMeeting 1 February 1995Special OrdersBill#51 StudentAssociation Fee for Fall 1995byadding part-time and graduate students totheStudent Association, we havemadethe billing processmorecomplicatedforthe Bursar's Office; and they needtoknow theSAFeebyFebruary 1 to print the fall listings but will hold off until February5;therefore BeitenactedbytheStudent Association Senateofthe State University ofNewYork College at Oswego that there willbenoincrease in the Student Association Fee for the 1995-1996 fiscal yearincompliance with Bill #24 passed in the 29th Legislative Session. Beitfurther enacted that thisfeeshall remainasfollows: $66.00 per semester for full time students 4.40 per credit hour for part-time students SUBMITTEDBY:Kevin Burns SPONSORED BY: Susan Borrow, Rebecca Coleman, Mark Wronecki SENATE ACTION Passed 17YONlADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 February1995 Keviii Burns; SAPresident\ 11 __Date SignedbyPresident

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lATI STATEUNlVERSllYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 15th Meeting 1 February 1995Bill #52SetSAFeebythe First of FebruaryWHEREAS,theBursar'sOffice has asked to be infonnedofthe Student Association fee for the fall semester by the FirstofFebruary from now in order to simplify billing; therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Senate will set the Student Association Fee by the FirstofFebruary.Beit further enacted that the budget which is passed by the Senate will have be within the fee which is set at this time whenitpasses the final budget. SUBMITTED BY: Kevin BurnsSPONSOREDBY: Susan Borrows, Jeremy Jones SENATEACfIONTabled -"

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STATE UNIVERSflY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 .... ..Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 8 February 1995Bill #54Constitutional Amendment to ChangeTermofSenators..WHEREAS, we are still looking for ways to make our senate elections more contested; therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following constitutional referendum be administered:Doyou favor replacing Article I, section III, sub section 1 which states Senators may be elected at an open electionofthe membersoftheir living centersorcenters' groups with the following clause: All Senators will be elected during the timeofthe All-Campus Election for the tennofone year commencing with the flrst meetingofthe spring semester. In the eventofresignationsorgraduations the following willoccur: Vacancies which occur mid-semester can be filled by a special election by the memberofthe living centerorby the appointmentofthe presidentofthe living center Vacancies which occur between semesters will be fllled byan election which will be held in thefITstweekofOctober. At this time all non-elected Senate positions will be up for election.-SUBMITIEDBY: Kevin Burns, Jeremy Jones, Chris Friskey SPONSORED BY: Dennis Klinzing SENATE ACTION Referred to Elections Committee

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.. "'-' .. STAlE UNIVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 8February1995Bill #55 Posting PolicyWHEREAS,the Student Services Senate Committee has worked with college administrationindeveloping a cohesive posting policy that everyonecanbehappy with;andWHEREAS,the faculty assembly has already passed the policyintheir governing body;andWHEREAS,the administration has askedourgoverning body to pass thenewpolicy as well; thereforeBeitenactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork CollegeatOswegothat the following campus wide posting policybeaccepted as printed.SUBMITTEDBY:TheStudent Services CommitteeSPONSOREDBY: Chris Brodt Resubmitted asRESOLUTION#15 with amended Posting Policy

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STATEUNIVERSllYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOUpper Level HewiuUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576..Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 8 February 1995Bill #56Financial Reform Actof1995Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, manyofthe financial policiesofSA are vague and outdated; and manyofthe rules presently followed are not laws but policy that hasnoofficial backing; and there have been many abusesofthe funds providedtoorganizations by SA; and Whereas, Whereas, .. \ the abuses mentioned must beputto a stop so that students' money canbespent more wisely; and the many problems have been examined by generationsofsenators but nothing has been officially passed; thereforeBeit Enacted that the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following guidelines for the useofSA fee money by organizations be adopted.It GlossaIy ofTermsFee Derived Money Money coming directly from the StA. fee. Non Fee Derived MoneyMoney that is raised through other means. OffCampus ConferencesEvents occurring off-campus with the purposeofinfonning, training, entertainment. These eventsdonot include competitionsorperformances. OrganizationAny group that has reached the statusofTier 3or4orequivalent Clubany group that has reached the statusoftier 2orequivalent. II. and Club Toreceive S.A. funding, an organizationorclub must:1.Submit a budget request to the budget council by the third Friday in February. Failure to submit a requestontime will disqualify the delinquent organization from consideration during budget council. The delinquent group must then follow the procedures as set forth by bill#42ofthe 30th legislative session.

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. ,f#o. ,. -2. Submit a constitution to the Supreme Court. No monies may be allocated to the group until the constitution is approved. 3. Attend the proper training sessions as dubbed necessary by the PresidentofStudent Association. Failure to attend any mandatory training sessions will resultinthe freezingoffunds until the matter is reconciled with the Finance Department and the PresidentofStudent Association. III. Fees for non-SA Activities1.Admissions, Entry and Registration costs for an event that occurs off-campus can not be funded with fee derived money. However, groups that regularly competeorperform in inter campus events will be allowed to register for such activities. 2. Funding for membership fees will be given only to organizations seeking national affiliation 3. Fee money may not be used for subscriptions. However, national affiliations and news wire services and order services will be allowed. Subscriptions for a specialized library will be allowedifall students may access the library formed and the subscription is not received at the college library.N.Restrictions1.Alcoholic Beverages can not be purchased with any money inSAaccounts fee derivedorotherwise. 2. No items for non work-related uses may be purchased using SA money. V. Stipends1.All stipends shall be allocatedatbudget time.Nolump sum payments will be allowedtoindividualsorpositions that were not to be paid in the original budget.Ifmoney is to be given to an individual (professional) not listed in the originalbudget,Senate approval must be obtained in advance before services are rendered. 2. Funds cannot be transferred inoroutofstipend accounts after budgeting. VI. Awards1.Cash, Prizes, and Awards will not be allowed to exceed the amountofmoney raised by the event in which these items are to be awarded. Organizations that have an income line will not be allowed to give away any cash, prizesorawards until income lines are met. Awardsorgiftsofany sort for membersofthe organization will notbefunded by fee derived money under any circumstance. 2. Give Aways will not be allowed with fee derived money. These are things such as T-shirts, Pens, Key Chains etc ..3.Items donated to a group may be given awayifthey were originally given for that purpose. ie: promotionalCD's,etc. VII. Equipment! Maintenance1.Purchaseofcapital equipment that is not partofan already budgeted equipment! maintenance plan or budgeted for aheadoftime must have senate approval. Inventory will be kept on all old

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..'. and newequipmentInventory reportswhich will document any breakageorloss will be submitted to the finance department twice a year. The head financial officer willberesponsible for the forms used for these reports. The deadline for inventoryreports willbeset by the head financial officer.Inthe event a report is not handed in, the head financial officer will reserve the righttofreeze the equipment/ maintenance budget until a report is filed. Unauthorized selling, removalordonationofSA-owned equipment is prohibited,SAorganizations engaginginthe above practices shall have their equipment/maintenance budget frozen (in the eventonequipment/ maintenance is present, other accounts will be frozen at the authorityoftheHeadFinancial Officer) for the remainderofthe fiscal year,oruntil such time as the offending parties have resigned. VIII. Off-Campus Events1.Attendance atoffcampus competitions and performances will be fundedifbudgetedfor during budget council. However, the amountperstudent for lodging should not should not exceed__. Funds providedpermeal are for breakfast,_lunch,_dinner.Nomore than 4 mealspercompetition will be provided. The amount for the above allocation shall be detennined by budget council and approved by the senate. IX. Conferences 1. Funding for attendance at conferences that occuroffcampus will be allocatedona need basis. A poolofmoney that contains .3%ofthe total budget is tobeset aside for consideration foroffcampus conferences during budget council. The money for conferencescanbeallocated from this amount to groups during budget council. This shall be the total amountoffunding that is available for conferences.Toreceive funding for a conference the organization must:a.Submit a request outlining the specificsofthe eventincluding:where, when, etc. and how muchperperson.Thegroup must also statehowmany people they would like to send and give a detailed description as to why the conference is necessary. 2. Budget Council will decideonthe appropriate numberofpeople that can go and how much willbegivenperperson. Priority for conference funding should go first to training conferencesorconferences necessary for programming contacts. The amountofmoney allocated for conferences in the total budget cannot exceed the amount in the account. The total amountofconference money does not have tobeallocated and canbeconsidered for other budgeting. 3. Conferences occurringoncampus can only be fundedifthey are open to the entire student bodyorifthey are needed for training. The money foroncampus conferences is not tocomeoutofthe above mentioned money pool. X. Purchase Orders1.Purchase orders mustbesubmitted within a set time frame before the event is to take place. This time frame willbeset by theHeadFinancial officer and presented to the Senate and the officersofall clubs and organizations upon their takingofoffice. XI. Food Purchase Policies 1.Feederived money cannot be spentonfood. This includes organizations luncheons and dinners with the following exceptions:a.Guest Lecturers and perfonnersifthe contract calls for food b. Major receptionsifthey are open to the pu blic anddonot exceed the budget expense for such an event. Events not open to thethe entire college community shall notbeallowed to use fee money to buy food.

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c. Social mixers, picnics and food in general must be funded entirely through ticket sales (or fund raised money). XII. Guest Speakers1.Honoraria for Guest Speakers, Lecturers, Speakers will be funded. Oswego Faculty, Administration and students will not be allowed to receive any honorariumorspeaking fee from any S.A. organization. XIII. Promotions1.Allocationoffunds for supplies for promotions and advertising is allowedifbudgetedfor during budget council and is considered reasonable by the head financial officer. XIY. Transportation1.Transportation will not be funded over 50 percent the total cost unless the organization receives special Senate approval. Transportation will be funded at the rate in which SA is currently charging for its van rentalspermile.Ora rate to be determined by budget councilifprivate cars are to be used, with the exceptionofcompeting and performing organizations. These organizations will get needed funding with the understanding that the organization must stay within 350 mile radius unless they have received special Senate approval. Travel by plane will not be fundedwithSAfunds without special Senate approval. XV. Required Reports1.Annual Reports will be required at theendofeach school year. In the reports, organizations will state a summaryoftheir activities, fund raisers, and attendance at each meeting.Thereports shall include both successful and unsuccessful ventures.Ifpossible a copyofminutes for the meetings shall also be submitted. The reports will be submitted by the presidentofeach organization and presented to the head financial officer before budget council in the spring. The head [mancial officer will reserve the right to place a deadline for submissionofannual reports. Failure to submit an annual report will result in not being allowed to participate in budget council. The annual report will be filed in a database set up by a memberofthe executive branch. The report can then be used to evaluate the grouporto help in future planningorcontracting. All organizations are to have access to their file. 2. Monthly Summaries will be supplied through the finance department outlining activity and changesinan organizations accounts.Ifthere are any discrepancies in the report and the organization's records, the finance department and the treasurerofthe organization will meet and clear up any problems. The exact process to be followed will be set up by the head financial officer and explained by that person. 3.Event Re.port will be required for every event sponsored. This report will include informationonhow the performerorspeaker was to deal with (Did they live up to their contract?), the numberofpeopleinattendance and the qualityofthe performance. This report will be submitted to the directorofcooperate developmentorequivalent position by ten days after the event.Thedirector will then keep a data base for all groups to reference when planning future events. 4. Within seven days after an eventortrip an organization must submit to the SA secretary the "Student Association Expense Report" consistingofthe following: a. The original itemized receipts for all expensesofroom, board, and transportation. All restaurant and lodging receipts must accompany the "Expense Report". These receipts must be valid official documents from the establishment and dated.If

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'" .there is not a name imprinted on the documentorsignature from the representativeofthat establishment a receipt must be obtained from that establishment with address and amount paid.b.The completed listofpeople who went on the trip. (advisors, coaches and students) c. Receipts are to be totaled, netofany salestaxpaid. SA does not pay salestax.Exempt organization certificates can be obtained from the finance department. d. The cash difference remaining between the amountofthe advance and the totaloftheir receipts are to be deposited in the check cashing and the expense report to be initialed by the finance department secretary after the deposit is made. e. The finance department has the authority to freeze the accountsofany organization which has not turned in an expense report within seven days. f. Abuseofthis privilege will result in the freezingofthe offending organizations budget until any problem is resolved. Following the resolutionofthe problem the organization will lose the privilegeofadvances until the next fiscal year. g. The form for expense reports will be provided by the finance department. XVI. Contracts1.Contracts binding Student Association financiallyorin service capacity are legal onlyifsigned by the head [mancial officerorthe presidentofthe Student Association. No other person in the realmofSAorthe college community has the authority to do any contracting for Student Association. These should be signed three weeks prior to the performance date. Any contracts signed in less than three weeks will occur only in special circumstancesdiscussed with the head [mancial officer aheadoftime. The head financial officer reserves the right to change the time frameofcontract signing contingent on proper notification. XVII. Non-SA Groups1.Joint ventures will be allowed between SA and non-SA groupsifthe events sponsored are open to all SA members. XVIII. Direct Charges1.No direct charges are to be made unless approved by the head financial officer beforehand. Failure to obtain approval will not leave SA liable for goods which are direct charge, the person ordering the goods will be liable. XIX. Phone Calls1.All phone callsoffcampus must be logged. The Finance Department will be responsible for providing log forms. No personal calls can be made from SA phones. Before phone bills are paid by the finance department the phone logs will be reviewed. Any non-SA related callsorpersonal calls will not be paid for by SA monies.Ifany calls are considered non-SA relatedorare not logged, the person responsible for the access code will be expected to pay for the calls. Failuretopay for the unapproved calls will result in the lossofphone privileges until the calls are paid for. Continued abuseofthese privileges will result in organization's lossofphone privileges. Phone privileges cannot be reinstated until the next fiscal year and only thenifapproved by the head financial officer.xx.Ticket Sales1.Tickets Sales. All tickets must be produced and sold through the box office.Underno circumstances will admission tickets, generalorotherwise, be given out for any SA sponsored event as free. The only free admission will be in the formofcomplementary passes.

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I. ,a. Membersofa bandorperforming group will not need to have tickets for the event. This right is given only to the performing group and their immediate family, all others must purchase a ticket. b. The organization(s) responsible for the event will be allowed three complimentary passesperday and not lasting more than five days for promotional purposes only. c. Under no circumstances will any complimentary passes be givenoutaheadoftime. The passes will be available one hour prior to the event at the designated ticket booth with proper 1.0. d. A listofallwhoare eligible for the complimentary passes, including those won during any promotion for that event, will be given to the finance department for verification and approval. e. Membersofthe organization may not enter the event for free unless they are there to work. Membersofthe sponsoring organization(s) must purchase tickets to attend. XXI. Income Lines1.Organizations will be allowed to choose the impositionofincome lines. Those that choose an income line will be eligible for more money than those whodonot. Income lines will be funds given above the net allocation by budget council in order to fill holes that will occur in an organizations' budgets while they wait for their income to come in.2.Ifan organization takes an income line, the organization will be expected to fulfill the obligation. Failure to do so will be enforced according to the provisionsofBill 45 from the 29th legislative session. 3.Ifan organization does not take on an income line, they can raise money andadd it to an income account. Fund raising is not to risk any fee derived money that was not allocated for fund raising. The funds in the income account may be used for other organizational events but must be approved by the head [mancial officer. 4. The head financial officer must approveofall fund raising activities sponsored by organizations regardless acceptanceofincome lines. 5.Ifa organization exceeds their income line allofthe additional income will be put into an income account and be can be spent at the discretionofthe organization, however the rules set forth above still apply. The finance officer may refuse expenditureofthe fundsifthe expenditures do not follow the rules above. 6. Income lines set are tobereasonable,taking into account the abilityofthe organization to fulfill their obligation.Theorganization will have the ability to appeal their income lines during the appeals processorbudget council, however the reducingofan income line may also affect the amountofallocation. 7.SAfunded organizations cannot deposit monies in private bank accounts. All non budgeted income must be deposited to SA through the finance department. 8. Organizations will not be allowed to send checks through inter-campus mail. XXII. Fund Transfers1.Organizations may transfer between accounts up to 300.00 dollars with the consentofhead financial officerofthe SA. 2. Transfers over 300.00 dollars must have Senate approval. 3. Multiple transfersofmoniesof300.00 dollarsorless from one account into different accounts,

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<.'... .orintoone account from oneormore accounts within two months time will not be allowed without Senate approval. 4. No transfers can be made between organizations. 5.Inthe event an emergency situation occurs, the head financial officer will be authorized to make the necessary transfer and report the action to the Senate at the earliest possible meeting .XXill.Head Financial Officer1.The head fmancial officer must report to the PresidentofSA and to Senate any action taken to enforce the rules setinthis document. The officer must explain why the action was taken and when the group was notified. The head financial officer must also report when the problem has been solved and what actions the group had to take to gain access back to their accounts. 2.Inthe event that the Senate deems the head financial officer's actions as unreasonable a vote must be taken. A voteoftwo-thirds must be present before the actionsofthe head financial officer can be overruled.Inthe event that the Senate does overrule the head financial officer, any such action does not nullify the standing rule. Changingofthe above rules is to be done by superseding this document,orportionofthis document,with the specified new guidelines. 3. A copyofthis document must be given to any new president and/or treasurerofa SA organization upon their entrance into office. SUBMITI'ED BY: Rebecca Coleman SPONSORED BY: Charlie Wing, Roy Mirenda, Dennis Klinzing, Eric PrzelskiSENA1EACTIONTabled

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STATEUNlVERSnYOFNEWYORK COlLEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 8 February 1995Bill #57Transfer of Funds for Election-WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,there is $2,900 allotted in Account #762 for the 1995 All-Campus Election; and the current breakdownofexpenses for the election hasfonnedas follows:VotingMachines$2,150.00RSVPDonationforPoll Watchers....................... 928.00MealsforPollWatchers...................................408.00TOTAL $3486.00; and this creates a deficitof$586.00 needed to run the election; therefore. '-Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that thesumof$586.00betransferred from Account#915to Account #762 for the purposeofrunning the 1995 All-Campus Election Beitfurther enacted that any unused funds from Account #762 be returned to Account #915 after the election is com pleted. SUBMTITED BY: The Elections Committee SPONSORED BY: Chris Brodt, Chris Strong SENATE ACTION Passed23Y2NOA ,,DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 16 February 1995 KevinBums,SAPresident

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., ,"STATE UNIVERSTlY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 8 February 1995Bill #58 Lowering QuorumWHEREAS, quorum should never be lowered because a minority should not legislate for a majority; thereforeBeit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that quorum can never be lowered below fifty percent plus oneofthose duly elected. SUBMITTED BY: Chris Brodt SPONSORED BY: Todd Bullock, Diane Lechner, Susan Borrow, Pete Morrison '> ..SENATE ACTION Passed 20Y3NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 16 February 1995 SENATE RECONSIDERATION14YlIN1AVeto Carries 1 March 1995 VETO Kevin Burns, SA President 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 30th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 8 February 1995Bill#59Enfranchised Money ApportionmentWHEREAS, in the 29th legislative session graduate and part-time students were added to the Student Association and as a result substantial funds were generated; and WHEREAS, a committee was formed to decide how to apportion the funds generated; therefore iI""'" Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following policy and breakdown developed by the committee be accepted for budgeting purposesofen franchised funds.Beitalso enacted that these allocations are only a one-time allocation. Beitalso enacted that the sumof25% be taken each year from graduate and part-time students fees to directly benefit them. Beitfurther enacted that a committee be formed each year comprisedof1.Senators 2. At least one graduate student3.Atleast one part-time student4.One representative from NTSU This committee will be responsible for reviewing the needsofboth the graduate and part-time populations and assessing their needs to make recommendations to the Senateonhow the 25% should be spent.-Be it fmally enacted that this committee be required to submit its recommendations to the Senate by the first meeting in February. A director will be chosen to oversee the enfranchised funds. The responsibilities will include ensuring that the funds are being used properly as wellasdirecting all programing done with these funds with the assistanceofthe Non-Traditional Student Union.

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... The director will be appointed by NTSU and approved by the Senate by two-thirds vote. The termofoffice will be for one year beginningMay1st and ending April 30th. The director will receive a stipend accordingtothe percentage below. Before budget council the approximate numberofenfranchised student's hours will be found for the current semester. Using that number the approximate amountofincome can be found. (10,584 hrs x $4.40 x2 semesters $93,139) Then the income number can be used to covert the following percentages to dollar amounts......,. Nesi(Non-Trad Employment Search Initiative Directedbyseveral Grad Students beginning Spring95thmSpring96.Each semester willbea different set of non-trads. Open to full and part-time seniors. Grad students are hiredtopresent the program.Handbookfor NonTrads (Full&Part-Time) Printing, etc. College For Kids Buses&supplies, extra help Reception for Grad Students Introduce new students to old and introducetoprofessors. Counseling&Psychology Services Seminar UsedbyFIT&PITgrad students as well asPBJ,PSY,SOC, ANT, etc.Toinvite new speakers to attendandsubsidizes cost of tickets for students Programmingex.A.L.O.C. conference (Adult LeanersonCampus)Tohold conference in Fall 96atOswego, open to Grad StudentsandFull&Part-Time Adult Learners. DirectorofEnfranchised Funds Yearly Stipend for DirectorThe followingwillbe dispersedatbudget council:Corner Store TheComerStore in the Union will remain open till 8:00 p.m. two nights a week. According to$93.139$3,500 $1,200 $1,500 $2,500 $5,000 $10.000 $600 $700 Percentilge 3.76% 1.29% 1.61% 2.68% 5.3% 10.74% .64% .75%

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Mackin Playgroup$5,0005.37% r--Extrahelp$1,500 IndoorlOutdoortoys for different age groups Suppliesandtwo grants for studentsOCANewsletters$3,0003.22% Printingofadditional OCA newsletters forPIT&GradStudents NTSU$4,0004.29%For additional programs, seminars, office upkeep, etc. Senate Accounts$5,3555.75%Management Contingency$326.35%Contingency$1,3971.50%Fixed Assets$3,6323.90%General Account$32,16034.53% -Safe Zone$18.62820.00%$93,139100.00%The safe zone will be used to act as a target range.Ifweprojectourenfranchised income $93,139anditcomes back $18,628 to lowor$74,511 will not have over budgeted. SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:Susan Borrow, Chairman Robin MacAllese,GradStudentDawnPelton, Part-Time Student Polly Brown,Non-Trad Full Time Chris Brodt,ChadJohannesen > SENATE ACTION Passed 15Y7NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 16 February 1995 SENATE RECONSIDERATIONllY14NlAVeto Carries 1 March 1995 Kevin Burns,SAPresident Date SignedbyPresident

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STATE UNlVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126GIS)341-3601 FAXGIS)341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session16thMeeting8 February 1994 Whereas: Whereas: Whereas,SpecialOrdersBill#60Senator Apportionmentaccording to Bill #15 of the 24th Legislative Session, there willbe"one senator for approximately every two hundred regularly enrolled students", and current apportionment does not accurately reflect the disbursementofstudents on this campus, and it is necessary to detennine the apportionment for Senators for the upcomingallcampus election, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following apportionment for Senatorsbeaccepted:Total On-Campus SenatorsPart-Time Undergrad. Credit HoursGrad.Credit Hours Total Credit Hours ...l... ResidenceCayuga FunnelleHartJohnsonMackinOneida Onondaga Riggs Scales Seneca Waterbtuy #ofStudents400400387126248396 593203 199551 2!M4,470 10,683#ofSenators2 2 21123113119"10,683 Credit Hours Dividedby12=890.25 Full Time Enrolled Students

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Enfranchised Students Off-Campus Underwd. StudentsTotal Off-Campus Senators890.25 2,932.003,822.2519...This raises the total numberofSenators to 38. SUBMITTED BY: Elections Committee SPONSORED BY: Chris BrodtSENAmACTION Passed 29YINOADAmPRESEN1ED TO PRESIDENT10February 1995SENAmRECONSIDERATION 13Y 12NOA Veto Carries15February 1995 VETO Kevin Bums, SA President Date Signed by President

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SUrEUNIVERSllY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 18th Meeting22February 1995Bill #61Funds for the Cycling ClubWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, =-..",.WHEREAS, .t.. WHEREAS, the constitution states that oneofthe purposesofthe Student Association is to promote programsofsocial activity and student involvement; and the appreciationbyAssociation members is apparent in the constant Cycling Club membershipof40persons in theclub'sthird semester; anddueto the successofthe last mountain bike race at Fallbrook,in1994, the Cycling Club is holding another mountain bike raceonApril1,1995; and the Cycling Club borrowed $500.00 in 1994, and paid that amount back to the Student Association from the monies derived from last years' registration fees; and the Cycling Club has purchased a $1,000,000.00, one time, race insurance policy for this event, therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $750.00 be allocated from account #915 to account #985 (Cycling Club) for prizes to attract competitors.Beit further enacted that the money collected from the $13.00 registration fee be used to reimburse the $750.00. SUBMITTED BY: The Cycling Club SPONSORED BY: Charlie Wing, Susan Borrow.. SENATE ACTION Passed23Y2NOADAlEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT2 March 1995 Kevin Bums,SAPresident :\c.1... \ 9,3S Date Signed by President )

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-STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLlEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(15)341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 18th Meeting 22 February 1995Bill #62 AllocationofFundsforOswegonianWHEREAS, theOswegonianis in the second yearofits three-year plan; and ,. WHEREAS, the priceofCPU'shas drastically dropped since our three-year plan started; and WHEREAS, theOswegonianwill have $1,570 left over after theCPU'sare purchased; and WHEREAS, all three media organizations will benefit from these improvements; therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the amountof$927.81 be allocated from Account #572 for the following items: -.. MYOB Small Business Accounting w/Payroll ImagewriterIIPrinter w/System Peripheral 8-Cable Panasonic Kx-F550 Fax machine Fax Paper (2 Cartons) Installationofa Fax Line SUBMITTED BY: Eric Przelski SPONSORED BY: Susan Borrow, Taryn Breen, Chris Brodt, Chris Strong $139.95356.00300.0031.86 100.00 $927.81 SENATE ACTION Passed 23YIN1A DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 2 March 1995 jStAM Kevin Burns,SAPresident

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,..... STATEUNlVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 18th Meeting 22 February 1995Bill #63SUNY Day TransportationWHEREAS, theApril 1 deadline for the fmalizationofthe fiscal 1995-96 New York State budget is drawing near; and WHEREAS, in shaping their positions on the final budget, New York State's legislators are currently soliciting and reviewing their constituent's opinions regarding the proposed executive budget; and WHEREAS, on February 27, 1995 studentsfrom around the state will gather in Albany for SUNY Day, which will include several speakers and opportunities for students to express their views on the budget to their elected officials and to educate themselves on the SUNY budget process; and WHEREAS, Student Associations and other similar bodies at over twenty-four SUNY colleges and universities across the state have supported SUNY Day by contributing to the costsoftransporting students to Albany on February; and WHEREAS, there has been significant interest on behalfofSUNY Oswego students in attending SUNY Day; and WHEREAS, we encourage anyone and everyone regardlessoftheir opinion to come and voice their opinion on this delicate issue; therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the amountof$400 from Act. #915 to an account to be created later for the purposeofhelping to defray the costoftransporting students to SUNY Day. Be it furtherenacted that the moneywillbe transferredifand onlyifAuxiliary Services denies needed funding for the transportation.Inthe event funding is given but there is still needed funding. The balance needed may be transferred not to exceed $400.SUBMITIEDBY: Dennis J. Klinzing, Mackin Senator, Hannonie Schwartz, Oneida Senator NYPIRG, ALANA SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Jackie Hayman SENATE ACTION Failed6Y 15NOA

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STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt UnioneSUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601eFAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 1 March 1995Bill #64Cabinet Appointee InformationWHEREAS,the Senate currently confinns appointmentsofcabinet members; and ,. WHEREAS,the Senate shouldbemore infonned astothe qualificationsandpast experienceofthe candidateinwritten fonn; therefore ,Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that all cabinet appointees willberequired to furnish the Senate with the following written infonnation at least one week prior to appointment:eNameofappointeeeYear in school Pastinvolvement with the Student Associationorother activities that may help in preparing the appointee for thejobA short paragraph why the appointee feels theyarethe most qualified for thejobSUBMITfEDBY: Ben BryanSPONSOREDBY: Eric Przelski, Roy Mirenda, Chad Johannsen,DomlannoSENATE ACTION Passed 14Y6NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 16 March 1995 SENATE RECONSIDERATION Veto Carries30March 1995VETOKevinBums,SAPresident Date Signed by President

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...Sure UNIVERSflY OF NEW' YORKCOUEGEAT OS\flEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 1 March 1995WHEREAS,many governmental organizations have a "Steering Committee" to set broad policy and direction for the organization, hence its name; thereforeBeitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork CollegeatOswego that a Steering Committeebeformed with the following provisions:-WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill #65Steering Committeethe question astowhere we are headedintennsofbroad policy for the Student Association hascomeup; and there needs tobea stronger link between the Senate and the Executive Board; and The committee willbecomprisedofsix people President Vice President TwoExecutive Board members appointedbythe President TwoSenators appointed by the Vice President The committeewillberesponsible for meeting once everytwoweeksThecommittee willbechairedbythe SA PresidentBeitfurther enacted that this committee will act as ajointcommittee between the Executive Branch and the Legisla tive Branch. ... SUBMITfEDBY: Ben Bryan SPONSORED BY: Chris Brodt, Chad Johannsen, Dennis Klinzing SENATEACTIONFailed 8Y16N OJ{

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STATEUNIVERSTIYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT Upper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576.0..... '. Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 1 March 1995Bill #66Election ReformWHEREAS, there have been differencesofopinion in past between the President and Vice President when theydonot runonthe same ticket; and WHEREAS, to have a cohesive executive board it would make sense tohave candidates run on a ticket together; and WHEREAS,weare always trying to make our elections more contested andifcandidates had to runona ticket we would almost always be guaranteed a contested race; therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following referendum be administered at the next available all-campus election:Doyou favor the additionofAnicle II, Section I, Subsection 5? The Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates will be required to run together as one ticket.SApaying students may cast only one ballot for the ticketoftheir choice. SUBMITIED BY: Ben Bryan SPONSORED BY: Roy Mirenda, Dennis Klinzing,DomIanno, Harmonie Schwarz, Susan Borrow SENATEACI10NReferred to Elections Committees

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...... STATE UNWERSnYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 1 March 1995Special OrdersBill #67Senate AwardsWHEREAS, the Senate is always trying to fInd new ways to recruit new senators; and WHEREAS, Auxiliary Services granted us $500 to help us with recruitment; and WHEREAS, there will be a committee encompassedofthe following people:ChadJohannsen, Rebecca Coleman, Pete Morrison, Dominick lanno, and Mark Nahorney; WHEREAS, this committee will have the fInal decision regarding the awards; therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following criterion be established: 1.Two(2) $250.00 scholarships2.A senator returningtoSUNY Oswego3.A good attendance record at senate meetings 4. A good attendance record at committee meetings5.Shows professionalism in Senate6.Goes above and beyond their senatorial duties Be it further enacted that the committee submit their [mal recommendations to Mike Flahertynolater than March 14. SUBMITIED BY:TheLong Range Planning Committee SPONSORED BY: Dennis Klinzing, Mark Wronecki SENATE ACTION Passed 25YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 2 March 1995 '\.e\A/VY\AKevin Burns, SA President

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STATE UNIVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION Upper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College atOswegoSenate30thLegislative Session 19th Meeting 1March1995Bill #68Ticket Policy,. Whereas,Whereas,Whereas,wehavehadnumerousproblemwith organizations selling ticketsforeventstotwodifferent populationsandchargingtwodifferent prices;andourcurrent policy enablesanystudent with aSUNYOswegoIDtopurchasea ticketatstudent pricesandthen give that tickettoeither non-studentsorstudentsfromothercampuses;andourcurrentpolicyis unfair to studentsonthiscampus,therefore:Beitenactedbythe Student Association SenateoftheState UniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothat the following policy be enacted: Allticketsforevents with different prices (e.g. student tickets)mustbedistinguishable either by color, ticket stuboritmustclearly stateonthe ticketwhothepurchaseris. Whenpurchasing a student ticketfromtheboxofficeSUNYOswegoIDmustbeshown. Whenthe organization is admitting patronstheorganization willberequiredtochecktheir ticket.Ifitis a student ticketthestudentmustshowtheirSUNYOswegoID.Iftheydonot have theirIDtheymusteitherpaythe differenceorthey willnotbepermittedtoenter.Beitfurther enacted that the previously mentioned provisionsbeaddedtotheTreasurer'sManual.-. Beitfinally enacted that failureofan organizationtofollow these provisions willbeconsidered a breachoftheir signed charter. SUBMTITED BY:BenBryanSPONSOREDBY:PeteMorrison,HarmonieSchwartzSENATEACIJONPassed18Y6NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT30March1995DateSignedby PresideJ{t

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ST.4TE UNIVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATIONi'.v, Upper Level Hewin Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 ... Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session20thMeeting 8 March 1995Bill #69Coopers and Lybrand Accounting ProposalWHEREAS, the Student Association has had tax and other[mandaldiscrepancies, and WHEREAS, these need to be addressed and run more smoothly by a systemofchecks and balances; and WHEREAS, this plan would allowusto hire professional opinion on how we shoulddobusiness; and WHEREAS, this would be an over expendingofAcct. #914 into the fund balance but this is how fund balance spending is done; and WHEREAS, this is the kindofneed that the association keeps a fund balance reselVe for, therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the enclosed proposal be accepted from Coopers and Lybrand Accounting firm.Beit further enacted that$6000dollars be transferred from Acct. #914 to an account to be created to pay for this selVice. Beitfinally enacted that the Senate must be given a line by line break downofthe services thatareprovided before payment is made. SUBMITTED BY: Kevin Burns SPONSORED BY: Eric Przelski, Dennis Klinzing SENATE ACTION Passed22YONlADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 March 1995 \. I M0":-. Kevin Burns,SAPresident

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Coopers&LybrandFebruary1.1995Coopers & LybrandLL.P.a professionalserviceslinnOneL.inc:oIncenterSyracuse. N_ YOIll13202pnone(31S)4701-8541racsunde(31S)473-13S0 Ms. Anitsa Hope Adams ..,. DirectorofFinance Student AssociationofState UniversityofNew York at Oswego Oswego.NewYork 13126 "' Dear Hope: .> Coopers and Lybrandispleasedtosubmit this letterof-understanding to provide our servicestoassist in the enhancementofthe Association's internal control structure. as it relatestopolicies and procedures.jobresponsibilities. and on-line access implementation. The following proposal representsourunderstandingofyour needs as stated. and outlinesourrecommended approachtoprovide assistancetothe Association.OUR UNDERSTANDINGThe Association is currently utilizing Auxiliary Servicesofthe State University College at Oswego for its transaction processing. The Association would like to develop and implement various policies and procedures over the processingoffinancial data utilizing various technological resources.OURAPPROACHOur recommended approach to these servicesisas follows:Accounting recordsAssist with the developmentofa general ledger including budgetary accounts. Assist with the developmentofdetailed subsidiary records.

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..Policy and procedures Develop reconciliation procedures. Develop store inventory policy and procedures. Develop guidelines for fixed asset and capitalization policies. Develop guidelines for record retention policy. Other Assistinthe trainingofstaff for implementationofthe policies and procedures. A:ssist-.viththe deveiopmentof staff jobdescriptions. Assist with the developmentofon-line access tothe accounting information maintained at the Auxiliary Servicesofthe State University College at Oswego .OUR FEESOurprofessional fees for the servicesdetailed are expectedtobe $6,000.:Ouranticipated dateofservice is tentatively set for ApriJ 3, 1995. We look forward to the opportunity to provide this service to the Association.Ifyou have any questions or desire any additional information. please teel freetocallPatCivilorDenise Cutrone at (315) 474-8541. Very truly yours, .tf1P \. '-'-I Coopers&Lybrand L.L.P. cc: Kevin Burns, SA President ".;. SUBMITrED BY ACCEPTED BY DATE

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STATEUNlVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session20thMeeting 8 March 1995Bill #70 Enfranchisement Funds AllocationWHEREAS,inthe 29th Legislative Session, graduate and pan-time students were added to the Student Association and as a result substantial funds were generated; and WHEREAS, there was a committee fonned to decide how to apportion the funds generated; and .. WHEREAS, there was considerable confusion over how the money was tobeallocated; therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following expendituresbeapproved and the money used comes from Acct. #920 tobetransferred into accounts for each individual allocation. '..> College for Kids (buses&supplies, extra help) Computer&Laser PrinterforNTSUSteering committee for ALOC6@$50Van Rental Corner Store (Extended Hours-2 nights until8:(0)OCANewsletters (forPffand Grad Students) CPS Spring Seminar This adds uptoa total allocationof$2,114.75 2500.00300.00100.00 700.00 $3000.002,500.00$11,214.75.SUBMI1TED BY: Susan Borrow SPONSORED BY:Domlanno, Eric Przelski, Roy Mirenda, Taryn Breen SENATE ACTION Passed 14 Y6NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 1 QQ4\JrM;.. Kevin Burns,SA PreSident

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STA7EUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION"'" Upper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576)Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 20th Meeting 8 March 1995Bill #71EnfranchisedMoney ApportionmentWHEREAS, in the 29th legislative session graduate and part-time students were added to the Student Association and as a result substantial funds were generated; and WHEREAS, we are still in needofa way to spend this money, and WHEREAS,itwould make sense to use this money similar toourregular undergraduate fees with regardtobudgeting, therefore: Be it enactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following policy be accepted for budgeting purposesofenfranchised funds: A) Before budget council begins, the total numberofcredit hours for graduate students and the total numberofundergraduate, part-time credit hours for the most recent semester will be found from Institutional Research. From that number, the total numberofcredit hours for enrolled student at extension sites will be subtracted. The reason being that a majorityofstudents at extension sites are only part-time students. Once that number has been founditwill then be multiplied by two, for 2 semesters. That number will then be multiplied by the fee per credit hour. This will give'usourbase projected income. Due to the fact that these numbers vary more than undergrads a 5% variance willbesubtracted. This will thenbethe fmal number and will be inserted as the projected enfranchised income in the budget. (See last Page) THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES ARE ONLY FOR FISCALYEAR1995 1996A)A director will be appointed by the S.A. President and approved by the Senate by two-thirds vote. The termofoffice will be for one year beginning May 1st, 1995 and ending April 30th, 1996. The director will be entitled to receive a stipend similar to other directors. The director will be accountable to the President and

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r )..,will be a memberofthe Student Association Executive Branch. B)Inaddition to a director to be chosen. a committee will be selected to be comprisedofthe following people: One graduate student One part-time student One NTSU Member One Senator S.A. President C) The director will act as the chairofthe committee. The committee will be responsible for deciding what programs the budgeted money will be spentonforthe1995-1996 fiscal year. The committee will be appointed by the S.A. President. The term for the committee will coincide with the director. The director shall submit a breakdownofthe expenditures to the senate in the beginningofthe fall semester.D)Onapprovalofthe bill the director will be responsible for conducting all programs, seminars and other functions that the committee has chosen to sponsor. Beitfurther enacted that because budget council is over and there is currently no director that the sumof$10,000 beputaside in the '95-'96budget for the purposeofenfranchised programing by the director. Also the sumof$600 will be put aside in the budget for the director's stipend. The balanceofthe funds from the enfranchised income (meaning the income projection less $10,600) will thenbeused to go towards the general budget.Beitfmally enacted that in budget requests to come, each organization that would like to provide services for enfranchised students must includeitin their budget requests. The committee established for '95-'96will be responsible for notifying those organizationsoftheir intentions. (ex.Ifthe committee desiresOCAto send out newsletters to enfranchised studentsitwill be the responsibilityofthe committee to notifyDCAto includeitin their budget request.)SUBMITIEDBY: Ben Bryan, Chris Brodt SPONSORED BY: Susan Borrow ,.. SENATE ACTION Passed 19Y 3NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 April 1995 SENATE RECONSIDERATION Veto Carries 13 April 1995 VETO Chris Friskey,SAPresident 10 April 1995 Date Signed by President

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SUTE UNlVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASS()GIATIOU,i Upper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session20thMeeting 8 March 1995Bill #72 Name Plates for Senator}Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, as a Senateweshould alwaysbetrying to make ourselves appear more professional for the welfareofthe Student Association, and currently there are no meansofidentificationofSenators for the Senate ClerkorWTOP, and name plates stating the constituencyofeach Senator wouldbeusefulandwould add aflairofprofessionalism, and this should be a one time purchase because the name plateswillbeused year after year,therefore:Beit enactedbythe Student Associatipn Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollege at Oswego that $350.76 ($9.48 x 37 Senators) be transferred from Account #916 to an account tobecreated for the purchaseof37 name plates and holders.Beit finally enacted that these name plates willbeusedatall senate meetings and it will be the responsibilityofthe chair to collect them after each meeting.SUBMITIEDBY:BenBryan SPONSORED BY:MarkWroenecki SENATE ACTION Passed 14Y6NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 30 March 1995 Kevin Burns,SAPresident

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STATEUNIVERSIIYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session20thMeeting 8 March 1995Bill #73 Student Association BannerWHEREAS, currently the Student Association banner that we have is inappropriate to our currentneeds,andWHEREAS, a new banner would only contribute to our professionalism in our Senate meetings, and WHEREAS, the banner would be placed in between the two flagsatall Senate meetings, and WHEREAS, the banner wouldbeseen duringwrop'sbroadcastbyboth students and membersofthe community, therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego the the sumof$114.00 (12' x $9.50perft.)betransferred from Account #916 to an account tobecreated for the Purchaseofa3'x 12' banner. SUBMITTED BY: Ben Bryan SPONSORED BY: Dennis Klinzing, Mark Wronecki, Dominick lanno, Pete Morrison SENATE ACTION Passed20Y4NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 April 1995 by President



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.-.,.--", STATEUNlVERSflYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewinUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate30th Legislative Session 20th Meeting 8 March 1995AGENDA1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call

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,-'" -STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576studentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate30thLegislativeSession20thmeeting8March1995MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:30pmThe3rdand4thlinesofMarch1stminuteswerestrikeout.TheminuteswereapprovedRollcallwastakenwith21senatorspresentand16absentExecutiveReport:BenBryan-PostCards:Fillthemoutandbringtoconstituents-Need2or3peopletositattableinHewittUnion-DeniseLorrayresignedFinanceReport:WilliamTuckerscholarships-G.P.A2.78-criteria=leadershipPubcrawl-windowshavebeensmashedaswellasotherdamage-ifdamagecontinuestooccurthenservicewillbesuspendedfornextyear.-Thepub crQwl willrunnextweekendAcct.#914$2000Acct.#915$2054Acct.#916$4151

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STATEUNlVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 Jo,., studentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate30thLegislativeSession15March1995The21stMeetingofthe30thLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderatapproximately6:45p.mRollwastakenwith20senatorspresentand16senatorsabsent.Therewasamotiontomovebill#75tospecialordersandnewbusinessaheadofoldbusiness. J. .. Thevotetomovebill#75infrontofspecialorderfailed911-0.Therewasalsoamotiontomovenewbusinessinfrontofoldbusiness.AgendaapprovedMinutesapprovedExecutiveReport:Chad,spokeaboutthegophersystemandhowstudentswouldliketoseeit.Ben,gaveinformationonformingacommitteeandwho'sresponsibleforbeingthechairmanonthecommittee.FinanceReport:Account#915$1304CommitteeReports:HealthandSafety:HopefullytrytogetMaryWalkertohavetheirmeetingsafterhourssotheycanbemorereadilyavailabletostudents.ElectionsBill#74JustaformalityRightafterspringbreakcommitteemeetingProcedure:workingonag.p.a.typeofthingforsenators Training: A.FormalAmendmentsmustgothroughsponsorsofhave2/3voteB.FollownewprocedureinRobertRulesofordersvote:18-2-0passes *Asofthe21stmeetingofthe30thLegislationtheRobertRulesoforderaretobeused. NewBusiness: -.

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.STATE UNlVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576TaskGroupReports:CollegeCommunications:-meeting5:30nextweek-HighSchoolforum5:00WednesdayLongRangeProcedure:-meeting5:30WednesdayFinance:-Tellpeopletocometopublichearing-6:00p.mroom223HewittUnionElection:-electionswentwell-lowturnout-couldhaveusedalittlemorehelpwiththeelections-alotofpeoplecameouttovoteSpecialSession;.. .-1..... BrodtNDiGioiaNPrzelskiNTorresyValenchisNKlinzingyCmarNColemanNlannoNJohannesenNLechneryMorrisonNSchwartzyLoreYWingYStrongNJonesNNuszkowskiNJacobsNDalyNPaulN ..

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.. STATE UNIVERSFlYOF NEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Amotiontorecessfor7mins.-recessbeganat7:03motiontoextendrecessforanother5mins.Themeetingwascalledbacktoorderat7:20p.mNewBusiness:Bill#63SUNYDayTransportationSubmittedby:DennisJKlinzing,MackinSenator,HarmonieSchwartz,OneidaSenatorNYPIRG,ALANASponsoredby:RebeccaColeman,JackieHaymanFriendlyAmendmentwasmadebyDianetochange$600-$400Stikesecondclause,WHEREAS-Movefrom$400-$200FormalAmendment12-9-0votefailed-Motiontosuspendrules-Christie-calltoquestionendingdebate17-4-0

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-,"". STATE UNIVERSrIY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University College at Oswego.Senate ... 30th Legislative Session..21sth Meeting15March 1995AGENDA ;: 1.Call toOrder. 2.Roll Call j 3.Approval ofAgenda .>4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Kevin Burns '" Ben Bryan6.Finance Report HopeAdams7.TaskGroupsReport ;, 8.Parliamentary Procedure Training -'.9.OldBusiness '" Bill#64 #66, #68 ... 10.NewBusiness .. Bill #69 #75, Resolution #15, Resolution #1611.AnnouncementsandPublic Comments. .. 12.Adjournment -f..-

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...STATE UNIVERSllY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576SpecialOrdersBill#74Spring1995ElectionsResultsSubmittedby:TheElectionsCommitteeSponsors:RebeccaandDennisFriendlyAmendmenttochangeJeremytoJerremy.Harmonie-CalltoquestionGeneralConsentvote.Bill#69sponsors:EricandDenisBill#70Motiontowavereadingofthebreakdownsubmittedby:SusanBorrowsponsoredby:Dominick,Eric,Roy,Taryn,Bill#71Sponsoredby:SusanBill#72Sponsoredby:MarkandDominick.. Bill#73Sponsoredby:Denis,Mark,Dominick,PeteBill#75SupportforSUNYdaySponsoredby:Rebecca,Denis,andJackieResolution#15PostingPolicySponsors:RebeccaResolutionwasmovedtotablebyHarmonieandtabledwithavoteof11-9-0RebeccamadeamotiontoplaceResolution#15onnextweeksagenda,thismotionpassedwithavoteof19-1-0Resolution#16MaintainQualityofSUNYEducationSponsors:Denis,DominickandJackieCalledtoQuestionandpassedwithavoteof19-1-0Old Business; Motiontomovebill#56intoprocedurecommittee,thismotionpassedwithavoteof16-4-0MotionforQuarumcall:Thereare20people"yes"thatsatisfiesthebody.Bill#64CabinetAppointeeInformationSponsors:Eric,Denis,Roy,Chad,DominickMotiontoAmendorInsert:BeitfurtherenactedthatallCabinetAppointeeshaveaminimumcumulativeG.P.Aof2.0attheirtimeofappointment.Motionforvoicevote:votewithdrawnInfavorofAmendment3-17-0ThisAmendmentfailed.CalltoQuestion:Bill#64passeswithavoteof14-6-0CallforQuarum19SenatorsremainingMotiontoAd;QJ]Tnmeet;n Q

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-STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 meetingadjournedat8:30p.mPublicCommentsandConcerns:CongratulationstoTarynwhowasnominatedandelectedinto theFinanceCommittee!!LongRangeProgrammingmeetingonMarch29thC.C.Rmeetingintimepiecesat5:15 Electionsrightafterspringbreaktherewillbeameeting.-

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SUrE UNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOStVEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewiu Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate30th Legislative Session .. 22nd Meeting29March 1995 AGENDA .-1.Call toOrder2.Roll Call -. 3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes -. 5.Senate ScholarshipAwardPresentation6.Executive Reports Kevin Burns Ben Bryan7.FinanceReport HopeAdams8.TaskGroupsReport9.Veto Reconsideration (Bill #64) .. 10.OldBusinessBill#65, #66,#68, #69 #73, Resolution #15 10.NewBusiness Bill #76, Bill #77 ,. 11.AnnouncementsandPublicComments12 .Adjournment ..... -

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STATE UNIVERSrTY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576studentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate30thLegislativeSession22ndMeeting29March1995MinutesThe22ndMeetingofthe30thLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderaround6:14p.m.Therollwastakenwiththefollowingsenatorspresent21and17absent.Theagendawaschangedbyplacingbills#78and#79undernewbusinessandbill#75underoldbusiness.TheagendawasapprovedTheminuteswereapprovedExecutiveReport:KevinBurnsexplainedthevetobill#64BenBryanspokeonbill#71andexplainedallchangesandhowthebillwillbesetupfornextyear.*DuringtheExecutiveReportthereweretwospeakersthatcametoaddressthesenate.1.KristenClarkfromtheJuniorandSeniorHonorSocietyaskedfor270.00togotowardstheregistrationfeeforaleadershipseminarthatshewillbeattendinginJune.WhenshereturnstoSUNYOswegointhefallof1996sheintendstoholdleadershipseminars.ShealsowouldlikethisexperiencetohelpthenewminorthatisgoingtobeinstrumentedintheSchoolofBusiness.2.RosemaryCalderadofromtheRedCrosswillbegiven100%ofthefundsfromtheMissaMealproject.WiththesefundstheRedCrosswillhelppeoplewhohavebeenindifferenttypesofdisastersetcFinanceReport:GivenbyHopeAdamsAccount#914$2,000Account#915$1,304Account#916$4,151

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...II. L ..I MotiontoalsoAmend-sectionCthedirectorshallsubmittbreakdownoftheexpenditurestothesenateinthebeginningofthefallsemesterMotiontoinsertthewords,"uponapprovalofthebill"MotiontobyDenistostrikeSectionA2ndclause,Changethewords"accountabletosenate"tothe"executivebranch"VoteonAmendment20-0-0CharliemotionedtoAmend2ndSectionAtostatethatthedirectorwillbeappointedbytheSAPresident.PartB-addSAPresidentSectionCmotiontochangeNTSUtoSAPresident.AlsoAmendbothsumsto10,000not20,000VoteonAmendment13-7-0MotiontosendtoLongRangePlanningCommittee.Bill #71 wassenttoLongRangePlanningBill #72 Submittedby:BenBryanSponsoredby:Dominick,JeremyandDeniseCalledtoQuestionandpassedwithavoteof14-6-0DominickmadeamotiontoendNewBusinessandchangetheagendasothatOldBusinessrollsovertonextweek.Votepasses14-6-0NewBusiness:Bill #76 AdheringtoRobert'sRulesofOrder's,SpeakingListsSubmittedby:PeteMorrison, Chairman-procedure CommitteeSponsoredby:MarkandDenisandChristieBill #77 FundingForWomenStudentLeader'sForumSubmittedby:KristinCloggSponsoredby:Denis,PaulandMeganBill #78 CreationOfDirectorOfStudentServicesSubmittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:Megan,DenisandDeniseBill #79 CreationOfStudentServicesBoardSubmittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:Denise,DenisandDominickMotiontoreturnOldBusiness,thismotionpassedwithavoteof18-2-0MotiontoAdjourn,thismotionfailswithavote9-10-0Motiontoentertaingavelpassing,thismotionwasnotsecondsosenatemovedbacktoOldBusinessCallforQuarumMotiontoentertaingavelpassingGavelpassingbeganat8:45Gaveltappedandmeetingadjournedat9:15p.m.AnnouncementsandComments:GoodLucktoKevinandBenintheirfutureendeavors!!!!!BestofLuckandfarewelltothosesenatorswhoaregraduating!!!

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'".......... TaskGroupReport:C.C.R.-Thisgrouphasalotofnewideas-Meganwillbecallingpeoplewithinputandtoreceiveinput.Finance-TheFinancebudgetiswrong.ThereportreceivedontheMarch29thmeetingisreallyjustalistofrecommendations.Theserecommendationswerenevervotedonbythecommittee.Procedure-stillworkingontheG.P.Abill.Thisbillshouldbereadybeforethelastsenatemeetingofthe1994-1995schoolyear.**VetoReconsiderationonBill#64CabinetAppointeeInformationThevoteontheVetoReconsiderationfailedsothevetohasbeensustained.12-10-0OldBusiness:Bill#65SteeringCommitteeSubmittedby:BenBryanSponsors:ChrisBrodt,Chad,DenisBill#65CalledtoQuestionbyRebecca,Thisbillfailswithavoteof8-16-0Bill#66ElectionReformSubmittedBy:BenBryanSponsors:Roy,Denis,Dominick,HarmonieandMarkAmendmentwaspassedonthisbilltoincludePresidentialandVicePresidentialcandidates.TherewasamotionbeJerremyJonestomoveBill#66ElectionReformtotheElectionscommittee.Bill#68TicketPolicySubmittedby:BenBryanSponsors:PeteandHarmonieCalledtoQuestion,Bill#68TicketPolicywaspassedwithavoteof18-6-0Bill#69Submittedby:KevinBurnsSponsors:Denis,KevinRebeccamadeamotiontochangeAccount#915to#914,thismotionwaspassed.ThisbillwascalledtoquestionbyJerremyJonesandpassedwithavoteof22-0-1Bill#70EnfranchisementFundsofAllocationSubmittedby:EricBurnsSponsors:DominickandRoyTherewasamotiontoskipthereadingofthebreakdownBill#71Motiontowavereadingofthebreakdown.Submittedby:BenandChrisBrodtSponsoredby:SusanMotionsbyRebeccatoAmend-2ndsectionAtostatethatthedirectorwillbeaccountabletothesenate

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> \.. ...........:....................... STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate .1-30th Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 5 April 1995 .... AGENDA1.CalltoOrder ;.. 2.Roll Call 3.ApprovalofAgenda .,-... 4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Chris Friskey Chris Brodt6.FinanceReportHopeAdams .... 7.TaskGroupReports -'.< 8.OldBusiness Bill #73, Bill #75, Bill #76 79, Resolution #15 9.NewBusiness OCA&LOCO Elections Budget Appeals Bill #80, Bill #81 ,f' 10.PublicCommentandAnnouncements ;..,,-... 11.Adjournment

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STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociation State University CollegeatOswegoSenate ..... 30th Legislative Session 24th Meeting12Apri11995 .. AGENDA ...... 1.Call toOrder ,. 2.Roll Call .... 3. Approval ofAgenda .,,--. 4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Reports Chris Friskey ... Chris Brodt6.Finance ReportHopeAdams7.TaskGroupReports8.OldBusiness Bill #80, Bill#81 9.NewBusiness Veto Reconsideration Bill#71OCA&LOCO Elections Bill #82 Bill #87 .JWO 10.PublicCommentandAnnouncements ;.. .. ".-. 11.Adjournment

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.,0--STAlE UNNERSnYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENT AS.DeIATION Upper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswego Senate30thLegislative Session 25thMeeting26 April 1995 A AGENDA1.Call toOrder r"2.Roll Call ',? 3.ApprovalofAgenda 4.ApprovalofMinutes ;. 5.ExecutiveReports .. Chris Friskey Chris Brodt 6. FinanceReport !HopeAdams7.TaskGroupReports 8.OldBusiness Bill #82, Bill #84 Bill #86 9.NewBusiness Bill #88 Bill #94. Resolution #17 #24 .,... 10 .PublicCommentandAnnouncements11.Adjournment "'-..

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studentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate30thLegislativeSession24thMeeting12April1995MINUTESThe24thMeetingofthe30thLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:00p.m.ChangeofAgendawastomovebill#83toSpecialOrders.Theagendawasapproved.Theminuteswereapproved.ExecutiveReports:ChrisFriskeyintroducedShannonamemberoftheEquestrianteam.ShannonaddressedtheSenatebyaskingforapercentageofwhatitwouldcosttogotothenationals.Shannonisfundraisingandtryingtocutcostanywaythatshecan. ....ParliamentaryProcedure:WouldliketoseemorepointsofordercomefromtheSenateBody.FinanceReport:Account#914$2000Account#915$1104Account#916$3686.24.. TaskGroupReports:Procedure-stillworkingontheG.P.AbillC.C.R.-wouldliketogetasympathyarrangementforaoswegohighschoolersfamily.L.R.P-MeetingMondayat3:00p.m.,hopefullygetpricesforvans.Elections-Intheprocessofupdatingbill#15meeting2:00Mon**VetoReconsiderationofbill#71immediatevoteinfavor022vetocarries.SpecialOrders:Bill#83SubmittedBy:ExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:Rebecca,PeteCharlieAmendthewordapprovetothewordappointedsothereoforethesentencewillreadlikethis,"AdirectorwillbeappointedbyS.A.Presratherthanapprovedby.Chriscalledthisbilltoquestion,bill#83wasapproved22o

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remove$200fromaccount600andremovereturnbacktothetelephoneby:HopeAdamsdirectoroffinanceby:Chadtobudget-WTOPaccount609andOldBusiness:Bill#80SubmittedSponsoredAmendment$300fromaccount.Thevoteforthisamendmentwas22-0thereforetheamendmentwasupheld.FriendlyAmendment-Changetotalappropriationsvote22-0thisfriendlyamendmentisalsoupheld.Bill#80wascalledtoquestionandpassedwithavoteof22o i>, ..... -Bill#81FundsFromResidenceHallsSubmittedby:ChrisFriskeyandJeremyJonesSponsors:ChadandKristie(withdrewsponsorship)ThebillwascalledtoquestionbyTarenandthebillfailedwithavoteof3-18-0Bill#83Sponsors:Denis,Eric,SusanBill#85FundsForTheEquestrianTeamSponsors:Taren,Rebecca,Roy,andCrisStrongBill#86PartTimeandGraduateExpendituresfromEnfranchisedFundsRebecca-MotiontowavereadingofthebreakdownHarmonie-objectionSponsors:Eric,ChrisGuintaBill#87Shrm'95ConferenceinOrlandoFloridaSubmittedby:ChristineSponsored:droppedfromconsiderations..AnnouncementsandComments:DianeofC.C.Rtalkedaboutaendoftheyeargettogetherforprevioussenatorsandpastsenators.ChrisFriskey-commendedalloftheSenatefordoingsuchagreatjobwithbudgetappealsetc..Susan-spokeabouttheEasteregghuntthatwasgivenandgoesitwassuchahugesuccess.ShealsospokeonthefacultylunchthatwasheldWed.beforetheS.A.meeting.TherewasonereminderthatonTuesdayMay2ndfrom2-4p.mthereisgoingtobeanopenhouseforchildrenofagesbetween2-5ChrisStrongmeetinginMaharHallRoyEXishostinganOlympicdirtydaysonApril22ndtohelpbenefitthechildrensmiraclenetworkCharlie-missamealgoingtoagoodcauseDean-FlirtationsHewittUnionBallroom-DisabilityAwarenessWeekkickoffactivity-formalloungeAdoptadisability.***NextweektherearenoclassesandtheS.Ameetingiscanceled.Meetingwasadjournedat8:30p.m.

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............ STATE UNNERSrTY OFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session30thMeeting 27 April 1994Bill #91 Showing of the United StatesandNew York State FlagsWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Senate has been setupbasedonthe standards set by the United States; and this campus is located in the StateofNew York; and our National and State flagsarealready available to on campus and canbereserved for display; therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the flagsofthe United States and New York Statebedisplayed duringallStudent Association Senate assemblies.SUBMITIEDBY: The Non-Traditional Student Union SPONSORED BY: Chad Johannsen, Eric Przelski, Todd Bullock, Dawn Hughes, Pete Morrison, Kevin Valenchis L SENATE ACTION Passed 27Y5NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 27 October 1994 s'\d'-\'l\.--,"\--I:l'\-\C1.1f\. \ '75RQ....r-\ W", Kevin Burns,SAPresident Date Signed by Presidentt 0S,\-,' \ Lt>I\. a -tt1-:\<)

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.. SUTE UNIVERSnYOFNEwYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session30thMeeting 27 April 1994Bill #95 Addendum to Bill #54WHEREAS, WHEREAS, a conflict has recently arisen over the constitutionalityofBill#54(The Referendum Refonn Act) and its relationtothe rightofthe media to editorialize under Article I, Section VII,ofthe constitutionofthe Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego; andinorder to preserve the goalofBill #54 the following addendum is necessary to ensure its legality; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that Bill #54 does not apply to the media's righttoeditorializeorpublish materials from other sourcesinaccordance with Article I, Section VIII, Subsection 3ofthe Constitutionofthe Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego. SUBMI1TED BY: Stephen Amato, Off-Campus Senator SPONSORED BY:MattLabovich, Cesar Murillo \ -SENAIEACfIONPassed 25YONOADATEPRESENJEDTOPRESIDENT 8 September 1994

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Bill #96ConstitutionalAmendmentto ArticleI,SectionVIIISubsection 3STATE UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 29th Legislative Session30thMeeting27April1994WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,theStudent Association is ultimately responsible fortheactionsofall clubs and organizations that act in its manner,andas representativesofthe student bodyasa whole,theStudent Association Senate shouldbeempowered to controltheclubs and organizations it fundssothat itmayavoid embarrassmentandpossible legal action that could jeopardizetheintegrityandstability oftheStudent Association; and ArticleI,Sectionvm,Subsection3preventstheStudent Association Senatefromprotecting itselfbynot allowing it to take actiontheitfeels is in best interest of the Association overall; therefore:Beitenactedbythe Student Association Senate of the State UniversityofNewYork CollegeatOswego thatthefollowing constitutional amendmentbeadministeredattheearliest All-Campus Election:Doyoutheagree with removingthefirst underlying clause from ArticleI,Sectionvm,Subsection3ofthe Constitution oftheStudent Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswegoandreplacing itwiththesecond clause?#1Noprovisionshallbemakelaw or implemented which abride;es thefreedomof expression. Media review Panels. advisors. boards. andallothercensorship allllarati shall be prohibited. nor shall purse strine; controlsbeused punitively ae;ainstanyernull or ore;anization for reasons relatine; to the ollPression ofideas or opinion.#2The Senate may only act to abride-e the freedomof eXllression orUsepurse strinecontrols llunitiyelyae-ainsternups or ore;anizations ifitfeels the actionis necessary to protect the Student Associationfrompossible lee-aI action thatmay iem>ardized its financial stability. Media review panels. advisory boardsandall other censorship apparati shallbeprohibited. Yes or No

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l,-.. '1Bill #96 SUBMITTEDBY:Stephen Amato, Off-Campus SenatorSPONSOREDBY:Matt Labovich, Cesar MurilloSENATEACIlONFailed 4Y 20NOAPage2

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STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576-Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 29th Legislative Session30thMeeting27April 1994Bill #97 Secretaries Day ThankYouWHEREAS, Mary Jo Ford and Joan Torresarevaluable and praisewonhy members of the Student Association professionalteam,and WHEREAS, there has beenanobvious mistake in the disparity of pay percentage increases given to Mary Jo Ford and Joan Torres in comparison to other members of the professional teamwhoreceivedaneight percentsalaryincrease, and WHEREAS,themembersofthe Student Association wish to thankalltheSAprofessional employees equally for their hard work, therefore Beitenactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State University ofNewYork College at Oswego thatthehourly wage of Mary Jo Ford and Joan Torresbeincreased to 7.25/hr for the fiscal yearof1994-1995. SUBMITIEDBY:EdwinM.Enciso SPONSOREDBY:Steve Amato, Cesar Murillo, Susan BorrowsSENATEACIlONPassed 25YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 8 September1994Kevin Burns, SA President

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"',-.. SUTEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLlEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association Senate State University College at Oswego 30th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 4May1994 WHEREAS, ). WHEREAS,Bill #1 PersonalUseofComputersstudents purchased computers for the Student Association for the useofits clubs, organizations, and government; and students did not purchase these computers for the personal useofthe membersofthese clubs and organizationsorStudent GovernmentofSA; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that all computers owned by the Student Association are for Student Association business use only.Ifviolationsare found to occur the organization couldbepenalized dependingonthe violation and a court ruling with a maximum penaltyoflossofcomputer use and equipment. SUBMITTED BY: Kevin Burns, SA President SPONSORED BY: Pete Morrison 1SENATEACTIONPassed 22Y2NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT23September 1994

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SUrE UNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislation Session 1st Meeting 4 May 1994Bill #2 Advance NoticeofBills-Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, it is only fair when legislation is tobeintroduced on the senate floor that the groups or individuals effected by the legislation have a chance to voice their comments and concerns to the senators; and this will only create more informative discussions on the Senate floor; and this would also promote professionalism among the Senate body to hear concerns from both sidesofthe issue; and thiswilllead to a more informed senate on the legislation that it passes; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that legislation pertaining to a specific grouporindividual be given to those persons involved no less than twenty four hours before the bill is presented to the senate.Beit further enacted thatifthis policy is not followed then the Presidentofthe Senate and the Senate will delay considerationofthe bill until the following week or until proper notification is given. SUBMITTED BY: Chris Friskey SPONSORED BY: Chris Brodt, Dennis Klinzing, Pete Morrison SENATE ACfIQN Passed 23YONlADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 23 September 1994 __Kevin Burns,SAPresident C( I 2-:; /q J""::---_ Date Signed by itstdent

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STATEUNiVERSrIYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576SpecialOrdersBill #4Transferfor SA V ACComputerStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 4 May 1994WHEREAS,the Student Association Volunteer Ambulance Corps(SAV AC)wasestablished in 1972 to fill the voidofhealth care createdbybudget cuts which forced the Health Centertocut its hours; andWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,since that timeSAVAChas provided emergency medical evaluation, care and transportofstudents, faculty and staff; and duetoan excellent insurance history,SAVAC'sinsurance has been discounted this year, andSAV AC would liketopurchase a computerandprinter system which would enable them to become more efficient in their careofpatients; and this acquisition will save the Student Association money in the long run; therefore:Beitenactedbythe StudentAssociation Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that the remaining money in Acct. #871 and the requested transfers from Accts.#870,872,873,.875,876in to Acct. #874 beapproved to purchase aforementioned computer system. SUBMITTED BY: The Student Association Volunteer Ambulance Corps SPONSORED BY: Matt Labovich, A. David Marquis..SENATEACTION fu\),M> Passed25YONOAKevinBums, ---DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 May 1994 'ft.!;4dk5;l'J.:\, Date Sig by PreSIdent

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STATE UNIVERSTlY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewin Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 4 May 1994 WHEREAS. WHEREAS, WHEREAS. WHEREAS.Bill #5Fundsfor APComputerandADT SecurityCardsthe three media organizations, TheOswegonian,WNYO, and WTOP, comprise the Campus Media Group; and the Campus Media Group uses the Associated Press (AP) computer andADTlate night security cards; and the upkeepoftheses two systems costs $600; and this money is not budgeted for anyofthe three organizations; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $600 be allotted from Accl. #915 (Contingency) to an account to be established under Campus Media Group to be used under the jurisdictionofJoan Torres, the Media Center receptionist, for the upkeepoftheAPcomputer andADTsecurity cards.SUBMITfEDBY: The Campus Media Group SPONSORED BY: Eric Przelski, Jayson Febles, Chad Johannesen ... SENATE ACTION Passed 24YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 23 September 1994 Kevin Burns. SA President

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STATE UNlVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewin Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 4 May 1994Bill#6Creation of Organization Hearing Board :WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,there are many questions circulating about how a club becomes an organization; and much has changed since theSenate last passed a bill governing this transition; and the Quail Administration did not hold a hearing on whetherornot groups had achieved organizational status before convening budget council; and the Senate must clarify the procedure so that this will not happen again; therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following policybeadopted with regards to newly recognized Student Association groups: 1. Upon constitutional approval by the SA Supreme Court,allnew student groups will become a Student Association Club.2.After four full semestersasa club, a group may file a petition with the "Organization Hearing Board" to request organizational status. It will be the responsibilityofthe board to make a standard form that groups can use to apply. This form will be made available through the SA office.Anapproved request willbepresented in bill form, by the Organization Hearing Board, to the Senate for approval by a simple majority.3.Inorder to be granted status as an organization, a club must demonstrate sufficient need and meet the following criteria: A. It will provide some kindofservice to the college community and/or hold at least one major campus wide event.

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". Bill#6Page2B.It will have a defmite internal structure with an organized system that will have the abilitytoprovidefora changeoverofleadership fromyeartoyearina fairmanneras determinedbythe court.C.Itis stable and has provenithas continuityfromyear to year. 4. Final Decisionsonapplications shallbemadebythe boardbythe first FridayofFebruary.Groupsshouldbenotified immediately.Anyapplications received after this time willbeconsidered but the final decisionofthe board cannotberendered until the fall semester.Beitfurther enacted that an Organization HearingBoardbeestablished consistingofatleast the followingmembers: 1. DirectorofFinanceordesignate2.PresidentofStudent Association3.DirectorofCorporate Developmentorother Executive Appointee4.FourSenators electedbythe SenateSUBMlTfEDBY:TheExecutive Branch SPONSORED BY:ToddBullock,DennisKlinzing,DominickIanno,TarynBreen...SENATEACTIONPassed29YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT13 October 1994SENATERECONSIDERAnONFailed7Y21NOA19 October 1994VETOED13OCTOBER1994KevinBurns, SAPresidentDate SignedbyPresident

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STATEUNIVERSllYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Special OrdersBill#7Mandatory Leadership Training SeminarStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session stMeeting4 May 1994 ... WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, during the last academic year there were many problems which hadtodowith improper trainingofleaders within the Student Association; and it is the dutyofthe Executive Branchofthe Student Associationtoprovide proper training forourstudent leaders; andweare currently planning a leadership training seminar for September 10, 1994oraround that time; therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the fall leadership training program be mandatory for all organizations which receive Student Association funds.Beit further enacted that failure to attend these sessions will result in the freezingofall funds for the offending organization until both the DirectorofCorporate Development and the DirectorofFinanceareapproached, and the organization has received the proper training. SUBMITTED BY: Kevin Burns, Chris Friskey,HopeAdams SPONSORED BY: Steve Amato, Bany Whitmore, DwightHoodSENATEACflQNPassed22Y2NOA "wJL Kevin Burns,A DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 May 1994 fu-Sl\;;\ I Date Signbysident -.

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I ISTATE UNIVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 4 May 1994SpecialOrdersBill#8MandatoryInvolvement in ActivitiesFair ,.-... WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, prior planning is essential; and the Student Associationisin desperate needofnew members; and in the past the involvement fair (activities fair) has not been well advertisedorattended in the past; and this should be an opportunity forallstudent groupstoshowcase their talents and abilities; therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego thatallSA funded groups are required to be a partofthe Involvement Fair on September 14, 1994.Beit further enacted that the ExecutiveBoardmust bringanygroup does not atttend in frontofSenate to explain why they didnotattend.SUBMITTED BY: KevinBums,Chris Friskey SPONSORED BY:A.David Marquis, Steve Amato SENATEACTIONPassed22Y2NlADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 May 1994 _Kevin Burns,SAPresident

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".STATE UNiVERSrTYOF NEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 30th Legislative Session1stMeeting 4May1994Special OrdersBill#9Mandatory Treasurers' TrainingWHEREAS, WHEREAS, our club treasurers needtobetrained in how the financesofthe Student Associationwork:;and attendance at treasurers' meetingsinthepast has not been all that great; therefore: Be it enactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork:College at Oswego that club treasurersberequired to attendanorientation session presentbythe finance department before they are allowed to access anyoftheir funds. Be it further enacted that this also appliestogroups fundedbythe Senate at a later date. SUBMI1TEDBY: SPONSORED BY: Kevin Burns, Hope Adams, Chris Friskey Matt Labovich..SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 6May1994 Kevil( urns:SA President

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STATEUNIVERSIlYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 4 May 1994Bill #10Advocate General to OmbudsmenWhereas, Whereas, Whereas, Bill #10ofthe 27th Legislative Session created an ombudsmenwhocould represent students in judical matters; and this position is the same thing as the current advocate general but could not fall preyofbeing a pawnofthe court; and the position createdunder Bill#10ofthe 27th Session put this position under electionofthe court and confmned by senate; therefore:Beit enacted bytheStudent Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the positionofAdvocate General be abolished and its stipend be moved to an account to compensate the ombudsmen. ..SUBMITIED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Dennis Klinzing SENATE ACTION Withdrawn

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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 30th Legislative SessionlstMeeting4 May 1994SpecialOrdersBill #11TransferWithin SolidState/Jazz EnsembleWHEREAS, .., WHEREAS, -WHEREAS, ,.-... WHEREAS,WHEREAS,the commitmentofthe Solid State Jazz Ensemble and the StateSingers (bothSAfunded organizations) continues to grow as representativesofSUNYOswego; and these groups are showcased at students departmental, alumni, administrative and community events that occuronandoffcampus; and the Solid State Jazz Ensemble and StateSingers present over twenty-five perfonnances each year, with an estimated total audienceofalmost 10,000; and someofthese perfonnances include commencement Eve Torchlight ceremonies, Parents' Weekend, Open House, annual fall and spring concerts, Off-Campus Association and Non-Traditional Student Union functions, Faculty Assembly and Administration conferences, plus tours involving state-wide Alumni Association gatherings in which the entire group performs; and the groups are also called upon to appear at special receptions and luncheons in which small vocal and/or instrumental "combos" perform; and...WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,the expanding demands, particularly in lightofthe now biannual outdoor Torchlight ceremonies, necessitategreatertechnical requirements that can be accomplished with the current sound system; and the sound system is a mixofMusic Department and Student Association funded equipment, someofwhich is now thirty yearsoldand cannot meet the needsofthe groups in the future; and the Solid StateJazzEnsemble and the StateSingers are "ambassadors" forourinstitution wherever they perform and the needtoassess the abilitytodeliver a professional product becomes important as it reflectsonthe overall quality atourcollege; therefore:Beit enactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the money ($2400.00) that was originally earmarked for travel expenses (presently in Acct. #646),toallow solid State and StateSingerstocompete in a National Collegiate

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.. Bill #11 Page 2 Jazz Festival held at the UniversityofNorthern ColoradoatGreeley be reallocatedandused to maintain, upgrade, replace,andrepair the Student Association-funded musical instruments and sound equipment. SUBMITTED BY: Stan Gosek, DirectorofSolid State Jazz Ensemble&StateSingers SPONSORED BY: Joanne Smith, Chris Aheam... SENATE ACTION Passed 25YONOADAlEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 May 1994 Kevin Bums,SAPresident MeAen \ q Date bYPtesident

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-, ..-,STA7EUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting7September1994Bill #13AllSenators Elected During theAllCampus ElectionWHEREAS,the changetomake Senators not havetobeelected at the timeofthe all campus election has decentralized our controlofelections, andWHEREAS,Senators represent one branchofourgovernmentandshouldbeelected at the timeofthe Presidential and Vice Presidential election, andWHEREAS,the reason why the system was thought tobeflawed wasduetochanging residence halls, when in fact this was never a problem because theDeanhas ensured us thatifa student wishes to run for Senator in a different hall from where theyarecurrently living the school will ensure that he/she will have aroomin that residence hall at the timeofroomregistration, therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe StateUniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that the following constitutional referendumbeadministered:TheadditionofArticleI,SectionITI,Subsection 3. All senators mustbeelectedatthe timeofthe All Campus Election.Doyou approveofadding the underlined phrase to the constitution? YesorNo SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACfIONPassed22Y2NOABenBryan, S.A, Vice President Chris Brodt, Janna Taglianetti,ToddBullock, Dennis Klinzing rJ04l\A jKevin Burns, DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 23 September 1994 v{

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STAlEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting7September 1994Bill #14Constitutional Amendment-WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACfIONPassed14Y9NOATheSenate should have supreme powerinthe Student Association; anditis time for the Senate to take a new perspective on its role, therefore: Be it enacted by the StUdent Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following constitutional amendmentbeadministered:Doyou favor putting the following clauseinthe constitution? ArticleI,SectionII,Subsection 9 The Senateisempoweredtoremove headsoforganizations with a two-thirds voteif the organization is believedtobemismanaging its financesorcommitting actionsthat couldbeconsidered dangerous to the Student Association's survival.YesorNoThe Executive Branch Dennis Klinzing, Domnick lanno, Dave George, Chris Hurley----Kevin Burns,SAPresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT23September 1994 Date Signed by President

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STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting 7 September 1994 WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill #15CreationofProgram Review Committeeaccountability has been a problem within the Student Association; and itisthe Executive Branch'sjobto recommend changes to the Senate; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following committee be empowered to regulate programming the useofSAfee-taxed money.I.Program Review Committee (P.R. C.)A. l B.C. D. E. 11 F.Powersofcommittee to approveordisapproveallallocationsofprogramming funds exceeding $300 thatwere approved by the Senate via the budgetorlatter bills.Toform a Programming Criteria for the approvalofprogram funds. This committee will be obligated to report any internal problems found within organizations thatitnow oversees All contracts involving programming must be approved by this committee before being sent to the DirectorofFinance. This committee has the power to freeze funding on a program previously approved the P.R.C.ifthe organization is not following the programming criteria set by this committeeorby unanimous vote from the committee for any reason. This committee will be limited to controlling programming and cannot without Senate permission interfere with the internal operationsofan organization.

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" STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting 7 September 1994 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY:SENATE AOJON Passed 23YONOABill #16 Transfer for Legal Counselthe costofgood legal defense is not cheap; andwemust defendourselfinlawsuits; and due toourcurrent lawsuitweneed additional money; andourcost this year will be between $7000 and $8000 and we only budgeted $2000; thereforeBeit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that thesumof$6000be transferred from account#915(Contingencies) to account #724 to coverourincreased legal fees. The Executive Branch Dennis Klinzing, Eric Przelski KeVillBUins, SA DATE PRESENfEP TOPRESIDENT23September 1994 jl1."}/74.....,__Date Signed by President

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.. ... ..Bill #15 SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Referred to CommitteePage2II. RequirementsofCommittee A. Committee must meet a minimumofevery two weeks and submit minutesora report to the Senate after these meetings.B.Tohave protocols in for Senate confirmation by the second weekinOctober to begin mandatory reviews at this time. III. Compositions A. DirectorofCorporate DevelopmentB.DirectorofPPBC.Twosenators with alternate elected by SenateD.ChairofSenate Procedures CommitteeE.Twoat -large members from organizations that program elected by Senate. (A petitionoftwenty-five signatures must be presented to the Senateora senator must sponsor them.)F.DirectorofCampus Lifeordesignate IV. Term A.Thetermofthis committee will be for one year with selections in April following the All-Campus Elections and the change overinSAgovernment.v.PPB will be required to change the selection processoftheir director and assistant director to the followingorthey cannot be budgeted in the 1995-96 budget. A. Appointed by thePRCand confirmed by the Senate.TheExecutive Branch Rebecca Coleman

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..STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLIEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting 21 September 1994SPECIAL ORDERSBill #17New Fall Election ScheduleWHEREAS, WHEREAS, .. WHEREAS, r,.. Wehave scheduled the official slate to be posted on September 16th, and currently there are bills concerning all-eampus referendum in the works and we would not be abletobe put the referendum on the official slate due to not having a senatemeeting on September 14th, and this all-campus election provides us an excellent opportunity to hold an all-campus referendum in concurrence with the election, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Assocaiton Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the fall election schedule be updated as follows: 9/8/949f23/94 9f23/94 9f23/9410/3/94 10/4/94 10/5/94 Petitions are available in the S.A. office Petitions are due by 2:00 p.m. Official slate posted 4:00 p.m. Campaigning begins at 4:00 p.m. Campaigning ends within a 100ft horizontalofthe polling area at 8:00 a.m. Election begins 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Election runs from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Beitfurther enacted that an all-campus referendum will be held in concurrence with the fall election provided bills are passed concerning constitutional referendum. Be it finally enacted that this bill supersedes bill #12ofthe 30thlegislative session. SUBMI1ED BY: Ben Bryan,SAVice President SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman "SENATE ACTION Passed General ConsentPATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 23 September 1994 Kevin Bums,SAPresident Date Signed by President

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,.. \ .. SUTE UNIVERSJ7YOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 3rd Meeting21September 1994.....WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill #18OCA&LOCOComputerTransferstheOff Campus Association(OCA)and Life Off Campus Organization (LOCO) are dedicatedtoimproving off campus student services; and they produce a newsletter and housing list to help keep off campus students, as well as on campus students, informed; and a computer was purchased last semester to be used by OCA and LOCO; and duetothe time Jag on purchase orders, that modelofcomputer was discontinued, the next model availablehasa costof$1,396.00; therefore: Be it enactedbythe Student Association Senate of the State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego thatthesumof$300.00 be transferredfromAcct #815 (OCA Publications)toAcet #819 (OCA Computer Acct).... -.. SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSOREDBY:SENATE ACTION Passed 25YONOABe it further enacted that the sumof$56.00 be authorized in the formofa purchase orderfromAcct#801(LOCO Office Supplies) to assist in the purchase of the computer Linda Preusss, Graduate Assistant for Off Campus Student Services Jason LaMora, DirectorofOCA Grayson Stephenson, Treasurer for LOCO Rebecca Coleman, Dave George, Chris Hurley fuuoA!'JC> Kevin Bums, SA President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 29 September 1994 .

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-.. ..STATE UNIVERSrIY OFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting21September 1994Bill #19Adopt Supremacy Act .. ..WHEREAS, WHEREAS,theStudent Associationhasno influence over its media center due to the way our constitution reads thus not enabling the Senate to properly deal withtheorganizations;andifthe Senateisabletoadopt the Supremacy Act which in all would enable Senatetheleewaytoappropriately handle its organizations and clubs; therefore: Be it enacted bytheStudent Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that it adopt a supremacy clause in our constitution so thatweare able to deal with the organizationsandclubsasfelt tobeappropriate ..... SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSOREDBY:SENATE ACTION Withdrawn from Agenda Senator Dennis Klinzing

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting21September 1994.. WHEREAS, ....... WHEREAS, WHEREAS, e-O-, -WHEREAS,STATEUNIVERSflYOF NEw YORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Bill #20Mandatory Club&Organization Advisorsthe Student Association is ultimately responsible for its clubs and organizations, it shouldberequired thatallorganizations and clubs have an advisor; and the advisor is not an authorative person but merely a person guiding the clubororganization in the correct wayifaskedoftheir opinion; and in The constitution, Article I, Section II "The Oswegonian shallbegoverned by this constitution, the editorialboardand the paper's officers. No other bodiesorpeople will play any governance role whatsoever."; and discovering this action is necessary to ensure success and guidance; therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego thatitberequiredofall clubs and organizations on SA charterberequired to have an advisor. II> -SUBMfITEDBY:SPONSORED BY: SENATEACflONWithdrawn from Agenda Senator Dennis Klinzing

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STATE UNlVERSllY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601FAX(315) 341-2576Bill#21Funds for "CelebrationofTeaching"Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting21September 1994 this event will bringinapproximately300minority high school students from Syracuse, Rochester, and Oswego CountytoOswego's campus; and the Education Department and Kappa DeltaPi,Honorary Education Society, have organized a "CelebrationofTeaching" event tobeheld on the tentative dateofMay 4,1995;and fifteen percentofOswego's student body are enrolled in the SchoolofEducation; and these students receive informationonvarious education programs, and attend a varietyofpresentations and demonstrations focusing on teaching; and this "CelebrationofTeaching" eventwillserve to stimulate minority secondary students' interestsincollege, promote Oswego State's SchoolofEducation, and illustratetheStudent Association's commitment to higher education and excellence; therefore: WHEREAS, WHEREAS, ") WHEREAS, WHEREAS, f" ..WHEREAS, ..::.. ..Be it enactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork CollegeatOswego that the Student Association fundfivehundred dollars from Acct. #915 to help defray the costsofthis event. This will also placetheStudent Association nexttoother foundations on the Honor RollofDonors. SUBMITTEDBY:Valerie Tricarico, President, Kappa DeltaPiSPONSOREDBY:Chad Johannesen, SENATEACTIONPassed21Y 6NOA Kevin Burns, >DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 6 October 1994

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... ST.4TEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting21September 1994Bill #22WNYOAccount Transfers .. WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WNYOsustained major budget cuts for the 1994-95 fiscal year; and, in an efforttorefmeWNYO'sbudget and concentrate funds in areas most needed; and, an SA-funded organization requires Senate approval for any account transfersofover $299.99; thereforeBeit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following transfersbeapproved withinWNYO's1994-95 budget: $1,000 from Acet. 596 (General Manager) to Acct. 591 (Maintenance) $400 from Acct. 594 (Programming) to Acet. 591 (Maintenance) .SUBMITfEDBY:SPONSORED BY:SENAlEACTION Withdrawn Mark Hrywna, WNYO General Manager Rebecea Coleman, Kevin Valenchis, Dominick lanno

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STATEUNIVERSflYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 3rdMeeting21September 1994Bill #23Fundsfor Crew Clubthe Crew Club would like funds to purchase docks and another eight-person shell; and in the fall the club wades into the water and the temperatureofthe water is bearable; and the docks are essential for theclub'sspring season because the water will be much too frigid for the clubtowade the shell in; and the team would need three docks, eight feet wide and sixteen feet long, to launch their fifty foot shell; and the priceofmaterials, pressure-treated lumber, floats, and fasteners wouldbe$2500; and through investigation and contacts, the club can purchase used docks through the Manhattan Crew team for the costof$1500; and "WHEREAS, :;'" WHEREAS, WHEREAS, ., WHEREAS, ..-... WHEREAS, WHEREAS, ... WHEREAS, ", WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Kevin Burns,SAPresident l qql/( Date Signed by the club presently has one eight-person shell limiting practice to eight persons at one time which has put a limitonmembership; and the purchaseofanother shell would enable the club to double its membership and create a more competitive club; and the priceofa new eight-person Dirgo (schoenbrod) would be close to $11,000 but the Manhattan crew Team is willing to sell an eight-person schoenbrod for $1500; therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$1500 be transferred from Acct. #916 (Fixed Assets) into Acct. #937 (Crew Club)topurchase either a used dockora used shell. Crew Club Dennis Klinzing, Chris Hurley DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 29 September 1994 SUBMITfED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACfIONPassed 16Y 12NOA .(".

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.. .'STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislation 3rdMeeting21September 1994Bill#24PPBTransferfor PromotionsWHEREAS, The Program Policy Board is making a strong resurgence this year in all their areas, and WHEREAS, PPB is planning a concert for this year that will draw people from surrounding cities and not just from Oswego, and WHEREAS, PPB currently has only $5,000 for concert promotions for the entire year and this is not nearly enough for costly advertising in surrounding cites, and WHEREAS, the band PPB is currently trying to sign supplies their own lights and sound equipment with the priceofthe contract, when nonnally it is paid outofsupporting services, therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$2,000 be transferred from Act #847 (pPB-Supporting Services) to Act #848 (PPB-Concert Promotions) to assist in additional advertising. SUBMITIED BY: Brian Levow, PPB Concert Chairperson SPONSORED BY: Megan Daly, Dennis Klinzing, Dominick Ianno, Dave George, Chris Victorino, Chad Johannesen -SENATE ACTION Passed 26YINOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 29 September 1994 Kevin Burns,SAPresident

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SPECIAL ORDERSBill #25Funds for ALANA Student Leadership ConferenceSTATEUNIVERSIlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewiuUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State UniversityCollege at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 3rd Meeting 21 September 1994,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the LEAD Center is soliciting [mancial assistance and support from the Student Association to help promote the 8th Annual ALANA Student Leadership Conference being held September 19-24, 1994; and this conference began eightyears ago programmatically designed to promote a multicultural environment at SUNY Oswego which allows all membersofthe college community to interact positively in an atmosphereofmutual consideration and understanding; and it also provides individuals with the opportunity to obtain an increased knowledge for the ALANA cultures through interaction; and it also encourages new and returning students to participate in workshops and other special events that will help them expand their knowledge and improve their leadership skills; and the Campus Life/LEAD Center works in conjunction with the clubs and organizations in areasofprogramming, leadership training, advertising promotionsofevents, etc. Concrete examplesofthis work are displayed throughout the ALANA Student Leadership Conference booklet; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the amountof$500 be transferred from Acct. #915 (Contingency) into an account to be created to help take careofexpensesofthis conference such as room usage, reception that followed for the clubs and organization's speakers, and supplies and materials for workshop presentations.SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSORED BY: Roosevelt Brown, Jr., Campus Life/LEAD Center Director&Asst. DeanofStudents Barry Whitmore SENATEACfIONPassed 18Y6NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 23 September 1994 Kevin Burns,SAPresident .Lb Date {gned by President )

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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 30th Legislative Session 4th Meeting 28 September 1994Bill #26WNYOBudgetChangesWHEREAS, WNYO sustained major budget cuts for the 1994-95 fiscal year; and, WHEREAS, in an effort to refine WNYO's budget and concentrate funds in areas most needed; and, ,.-.. WHEREAS, an SA-funded organization requires Senate approval for any account transfersofover $299.99; thereforeBeitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the following changes be approved within WNYO's 1994-95 budget: Acet. 596 (General Manager Payroll) changed to Chief Engineer Payroll Transfer $400 from Acct. 594 (Programming) to Acet. 591 (Maintenance) SUBMITIED BY: Mark Hrywna, WNYO General Manager SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Kevin Valenchis, Chris Guinta',-SENATEACfIONPassed 27YINOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 October 1994 Kevin Burns, SA Presidento Cdt(;) Date Signed by President

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STATE UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at New York Senate 4th Meeting 28 September 1994Bill#27FundsForNew MailboxesWHEREAS,Wearecontinually trying to improve our appearance as a full fledged Student Association office, and WHEREAS, the current mailboxes for the Executive Branch and Senators are as old as the hillsandlookshabby,andWHEREAS, new mailboxes will give the office a positive facelift while providing for a better system to remove and replace names, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$375.00 be allocated from Act.#916 (fixed Assets) to an accounttobe created in the following breakdown: Supplies Four Quarter Oak One Quarter Luan Three Quarter AC Plywood Miscellaneous Items Labor (flat rate) TotalSUBMITIEDBY: Ben Bryan, S.A. V.P. SPONSORED BY: Todd Bullock SENATE ACTION Tabled $ 30.50 $ 12.80 $121.60 $ 50.10 $160.00 $375.00

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-SUTE UNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 4th Meeting 5 October 1994 WHEREAS.Bill #28Constitutional Amendment Senate Power to Remove Heads of Organizationsthe Senate should allow for due process in its actions; and .WHEREAS, the Senate should however take responsibility for its money; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following constitutional referendum be administered:Doyou favor putting the following clause in the constitution? Article I, Section II, Subsection 9. The Senate is empowered to remove headsoforganizations with a two-thirds (2(3) voteifthe organization is believed tobemismanaging its fmances. This wouldbeadministered in a trial lead by the Chief Justiceofthe Supreme Court. Yes orNoBe it further enacted that this bill supersedes Bill#14ofthe 30th Legislative Session. SUBMITIED BY: The Executive Branch-SENATE ACTION Passed 25Y4NOA DAlE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 13 October 1994 Kevin Burns,SAPresident SUP(eJnGCou.rt-KuJdUnevno-h-h/hoC\tll.See..

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. ... -'PER CURIAM OPINION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION SUPREMECOURTRE: Klinzing, Calderon, Program Policy Board, Oswegonian, WTOP,WNYO,Pendulum Staff, and Ontarian Yearbook vs. SA SenateOnNovember 2, 1994, Senators Klinzing and Calderon, along with several campus organizations, filed a complaint with the Supreme Court based on what they believed to be a discrepancy between Bills#2and #28. Bill#2requires that "legislation pertainingtoa certain grouporindividual be given to those personsnoless than 24 hours before the bill is introduced to Senate." Because Bill #28, which would allow the Senate to remove heads of organizations who had been financially mismanaging their groups, was not submitted to each and every organization at least 24 hours prior to the convening of that week's Senate, Senator Klinzing felt that it wasinviolation ofBill#2.This case, which appears to be a simple matter of interpreting Bill #2, has given the Courtanopportunity to review the constitutionality of Bill #28 (as per Article III, Section III, subsection 3 of SA Constitution). This bill calls for the administration of a referendum to decide whether to add the following clause to the S.A. Constitution as ArticleI,Section II, subsection 9: The Senate is empowered to remove heads of organizations with a two-thirds (2/3) vote if the organization is believed to be mismanaging its finances. This wouldbeadministered in a trial lead by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court If passed, Bill #28 would beindirect violation of ArticleI,Section VIII, subsection 2 of the SA Constitution which states: "the Senate shall passnolaw regarding the internal operation of the student organization recognized under the Dean of Students." The Court considers financial management part of the "internal operation" of a club or organization. All clubs and organizations submit a "line by line" budget request, of which each line must be approved by the Senate (By-Law #11). Once these "lines" are approved, the funding is essentially out of the hands of Senate, for it belongs to the organization and is dispensed by the Finance Department. Therefore, if mismanagement of finances occurs, it is the responsibility of the organization's members to remove those responsible via impeachment procedures. Because it violates ArticleI,Section VIII, subsection 2 of the SA Constitution, the Court finds that Bill #28 is unconstitutional, and therefore our decision is to strike it down.

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STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 4thMeeting5October1994Bill #29 Constitutional Amendment ,... WHEREAS, as representativesofthe student body as a whole, the Student Association Senate should be empowered to control the clubs and organizations it funds so that it may avoid embarrassmentorpossible legal action that could jeopardize the integrityorstabilityofthe Student Association; therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following amendment be administered at the earliest All-Campus Election:Doyou agree with the following clause to be added to Article I, Section 8, Subsection 3ofthe Constitutionofthe Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego? Student Association funded clubs and organizations shall enjoy the legally protected statusof"public forums" for the free expressionofideas and opinions.Assuch, the regulationoftheir content (including advertising) willbesolely at the discretionoftheir individual editorial policies, exceptinsituations where such policies allow for violationsoflocal, state,orfederal law. The policy is as follows:1.Student clubs and organizations remain bound by all Student Association policies and procedures governing financial management, equipment management, organizational oversight, record keeping and reporting. 2. Nothing in this policy shall be interpretated to authorize expression by student clubs and organizations which: is obsceneorslanderous as defined by law is libelous as defined by law constitutes an unwarranted invasionofprivacy as definedbylaw

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-' Bill #29 Page 2 soincites students to create and present dangerofthe commissionofunlawful actsorviolationoflawful regulationsormaterial and substantial disruption The conclusion that such a clear and present danger exists mustbedrawnfrom specific facts, and not from an undifferentiated fearorapprehension.Itshouldbegrounds for defunding (or any lesser penalty, at the discretionofthe Senate) for any student club and organization to print, broadcast,ortransmit materialsoprohibited. YesorNo.. "'r: SUBMITIEDBY:Dennis Klinzing SPONSOREDBY:Rebecca Coleman SENAlE ACTIONFailed3Y26NOA



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-STATE UNIVERSllYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 21st Meeting15March 1995Special OrdersBill #74Spring 1995 Elections Results -) BeitenactedbytheStudent Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the followingbeaccepted as the resultsofthe Spring 1995 All-Campus Elections:SAPresident Chris FriskeySAVice President Chris Brodt Senatorial Seats Cayuga Steven Woods Kristi DiGioia Funnelle Taryn Breen HartRoyMirenda Millie Torres JohnsonMackinGisila Costello Oneida Onondaga Christopher Strong '" CharlesA.Foesher II SeanP.Meetze Riggs Todd Bullock Scales Jeremy Jones

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Seneca Waterbury Off-Campus Tara Jacobs Mark Nuszkowski Megan Daly Charles Barley Joseph Benzing Susan Borrow Ainsley Burrows Benson Orencia Harmonie Schwartz Saeed Smith Brian Wekar Beiffurther enacted that the amendment to add the phrase All senators mustbeelected at the timeofthe All-Campus Election to the constitution was passed. SUBMITIED BY: The Elections Committee SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Dennis Klinzing SENATEACTIONPassed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 16 March 1995 Kevin Burns,SAPresident Date Signed by President

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, 'STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORK COUEGE ATOSWEGOUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576WHEREAS, .JStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 21st Meeting 15 March 1995Bill #75 Support for"SUNY Day"WHEREAS, a broad coalitionofOswego student groups exist, which includes the Student Association's committee to look into the budget, to educate and involve the student body on Governor Pataki's budget; and WHEREAS, the membersofthis coalition have lent various resources toward this goal including human resources, organizing skills, and fmandal support; and WHEREAS, one event which has already occurred is "SUNY Day", when on February 27, 1995 ninety-five students from SUNY Oswego traveled to Albany to express their views concerning Governor Pataki' s proposed cuts to education; and WHEREAS, transportation has yet to be paid in full; anditis the primary dutyofthe Student Association to assist campus organizations by funding, through the Student Association fee, programs which benefit the student body at Oswego; and Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the amountof$200 from Acct. #915 to an account to be created for the purposeofhelping to defray the costoftransporting studentstoAlbany. SUBMITIED BY: ALANA, Auxiliary Services, Bi-GALA, President Weber, The Officeofthe DeanofStudents, U.U.P., Harmonie Schwartz SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Dennis Klinzing, Jackie Hayman SENATE ACTION FailedlOY14NOA

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SUTEUNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO STUDEN'Upper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 29 March 1995Bill #76Adhering toRobert'sRulesofOrder,Speaking ListsWHEREAS,ithas been established a student senator's time is a valuable commodity; and WHEREAS, weekly senate meetings have become too garrulous and superfluous; and WHEREAS, this body has already decided to correctly use parliamentaryprocedure, andinparticular Robert's RulesofOrder; therefore Beitenactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that they will adheretoArticle V, Section 34ofthe publication Robert's RulesofOrder which states: "...no member shall speak more than twice to the same question..." unlessotherwise voted upon by two-thirds majority to extend limitsofdebate for added speaker's list. Beitfurther enacted this legislation supersedes and renders mute any andallprevious house ruleoranyfonnofdiscourse, writtenorunwritten.SUBMITfEDBY: Pete Morrison, Chairman Procedure Committee SPONSORED BY: Mark Nuszkowski, Dennis Klinzing, KristiDiioiaSENAlEACTION Passed 18Y4NOA DAlEPRESENlEDTOPRESIDENT 6Apri11995 rns nedbysident

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STATE UNIVERSnYOF NEWYORKCOLIGEATOSWEGO STUDENT SSOClatlonUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 State" ity College at Oswego(315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Senate 30th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting29March 1995Bill #77FundingForWomen Student Leaders'ForumWHEREAS,OnJune 8th through June 10th in Washington,DCa leadership forum for women student leaders willbeheld, and WHEREAS, the goalsofthe conference include the following:Toprovideandopportunityforwomenstudentleadersto reflectonthe challenges they faceontheir campusesandintheir communities and to strengthenandexpand their skills for meeting these challenges;Toincrease womenstudentleaders'understandingofthe factor affecting opportunities for women and the quality of their livesoncampus andinthe world beyond the campus; andToencourage womenstudentleadersto see their campus experiencesasfoundations for continuing leadership at the community, state, federal and international levels, andWHEREAS, VEGA (Junior and SeniorWomen'sHonorSociety)would like to send at leastonerepresentative to this conference for the purposeofgaining more knowledge about women leadersoftoday, and WHEREAS, VEGA would like to use the knowledge received from this conference to hold a forumoftheirownhere at SUNY Oswego for the womenoncampus, therefore, Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$270.00betransferred from account #917 to an account tobecreated for the purposeoffunding for the registrationofthe conference .SUBMITfEDBY: Kristin Clogg SPONSORED BY: Dennis Klinzing, Paul Eggler, Megan Daly SENAlEACTION Passed22YINOA DAlE PRESENlED TOPRESIDENT 6 April 1995 \ -fl:-l-L-'<=t _Date by PIisident

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Upper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 STUDENT ...,....STATE UNIVERSTIYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO IATtON' ,-Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting29March1995Bill#78CreationofDirectorofStudentServices PositionWHEREAS,currently there is no onetorepresent student input into the various services which Student Association provides; andWHEREAS,with the eliminationofoneofthe DirectorofSpecial Projects, there would be no increaseintotal executive allocationstocreate this position; andWHEREAS,the Executive Branch would liketoprovide a liaison between students and the Executive Branch concerning issues about Student Services and ideas abouthowto improve the various services and ways to better advertise student services, therefore;Beitenactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that the positionofDirectorofStudent Services and Marketingbecreatedandthe positionbecompensated with the stipendof600dollars.Beitfurther enacted that the attachedjobdescription applytothis position.SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed22YINOAThe Executive Branch Megan Daly, Denise Lore, Dennis KlinzingDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 April1995

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.... STATEUNIVERSllYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OSWEGO UpperLevel HewinUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 >-Director of Student ServicesPositionDescriptionInconjunction with a professional staff person, the Director of Student Services will work to enhance the benefits of Check Cashing, OCT, Corner Store, and Box Officeinthe best interests of the ever-changing student population. S/he will be responsible for exploring the possibilities of new services, revamp and modifying existing services to better serve the needs of the students, increasing efficiency of our present services, and conducting a yearly survey to asses the needs of the studentsinregards to the services which we provide. S/he will be responsible for increasing the overall image of the Student Association by working with professional staff members and also the Communications Department to market the services which we provide. S/he will chair the Student Services Board which will be created as per the specifications of bill #80TIME COMMITMENT:Likely 10-15 hours per week depending on the level of dedication.

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.. STATEUNlVERSIlYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGO STUDE Upper LevelHewinUnion SUNY Oswego,NewYork13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting29March 1995Bill#79Creation of Student Services BoardWhereas, Whereas, it is very difficult for the president to oversee the operationsofthe Student SeIVices Center, and There is a need for accountability and direction for this area, therefore Beitenacted the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that an Oversight Board be created for the Student SeIVices Center. This board would be composedofthe following people:Committee MemberDirectorofStudent SeIVices Chairofthe Committee Voting Member Student SeIVices Operations Manager Non-Voting member DirectorofCampus Life or designate NonVoting member PresidentofStudent Association Voting Member Vice Presidentofthe Student Association Voting Member DirectorofFinance Voting member One Co-DirectorofStudent SeIVices Non-Voting MemberOneSenator at Large Elected by the senate Voting Member ChairofSenate Student SeIVices Task Group Voting Member This Board would be empoweredto:A. Meet at least twice a semester.B.Make recommendations to the Student SeIVices Operations Manager and the President of the Student AssociationC.Assist the President in estimating the performanceofthe Student Services Operations Manager by comingupwith a criteria for evaluation which will be approved by both the President and the Senate beforeittakes effect. D.Toreview recordofsales and other transactions and recommend changes to existing seIVices and there subsequent operation. Be it further enacted that this board may assume other powers,ifgranted to it by the President, with consentofthe Senate. Be it finally enacted that this board will oversee the following seIVices, Comer Store, Check Cashing, Box Office, O.C.T., and any new seIVice created by the Student Association.

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Bill #79 Page 2SUBMlTfEDBY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Dennis Klinzing, Dominick ranno, Denise LoreSENATE ACTIONPassed 22YINOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT6 April 1995

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STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORK COLlEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 5 April 1995 .J...... WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill #80 Student Association Budgetthe Student Association Budget Council and the Student Association Senateofthe 30th Legislative Session have completed the budgetary and appeals processes to formulate the budget allocations for the fiscal year 1995-96; and a bill for the acceptanceofthe total allocations which the Senateofthe 30th Legislative Session has recommended must be passed in the formofa bottom line net allocation figure; and it is the dutyofthe Legislative Branchofthe Student Association to pass an appropriations level for the next fiscal year; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the appropriationsforfiscal year 1995-96 be as follows: ;. Total Appropriations Income from Net Appropriation $ 1,101,170.00$169.400.00 $ 931,770.00Beitfurther enacted that the fee for the academic year 1995-96beset at $66.00persemester for full-time undergraduate students, part-time undergraduate students will pay $4.40percredit hour, undergraduate students taking 12 creditsoroverwillpay$66.00 and graduate students will pay $4.40percredit hour not to exceed $66.00. SUBMITTED BY: Hope Adams, DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: Chad Johannsen SENATEACfIQNPassed 22YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 13 April 1995

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'"STA1E UNlVERSllYOF NEwYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewin Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 23rd Meeting 5 April 1995Bill #81 Funds from Residence HallsWHEREAS, students already pay $132.00 each year for their Student Association fee; and WHEREAS, this is a biyearly feeof$66.00; and WHEREAS, students should not havetopay moniesinaddition to this fee via their hall councils; and WHEREAS,ifmoney is collected from residence halls, resident students will be paying more than their shareof$132.00 asked for by the Student Association; and WHEREAS, Student Association funded tier organizations frequentlygoto halls to ask for money, thereby taking more money from the students' pockets; and WHEREAS, off-campus students frequently attend manyofthese same events put on with the money collected from residence halls, anddonot also contribute in this same method; and WHEREAS, the budgetisset by the Senate each year for a reason; and WHEREAS,itisourjobas the Senate to fund the Student Association Tier organizationsbydistributing the Student Association fee; therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that Student Association Tier Organizations may not seek money from residence halls.SUBMITfEDBY: Chris Friskey, Jeremy Jones, Scales Hall Senator, SPONSORED BY: Chad Johannesen SENAlE ACTION Failed3YI8NOA

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I", I ... STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGO STUDENT;;-Upper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 12 April 1995Bill #82Funds for Letter DriveWHEREAS, the Student Association supports every effort by this collegetoassist in the fiscal crisis before SUNY; and WHEREAS, the Alumni Association along with UUP, CSEA, and Auxiliary Services has already contributed to the campaign to bring students concerns to the legislature; and WHEREAS, Student Association has been asked to contribute to the costsofthe letters and the postcards which President Weber carried to Albany with him; therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof350 dollarsbetransferred from account #915 to an account tobecreated to pay for the postcards. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Rebecca ColemanISENATE ACTION PassedlOY9NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 May 1995

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STATEUNlVERSrTYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College atOswegoSenate 30th Legislation Session21st Meeting 12 April 1995Special OrdersBiII# 83Enfranchisement CommitteeWHEREAS,there has been a great dealofconcernoverthe past yearhowthe Enfranchisement moneyisto be distributed throughtheAssociation's organizations and services;andWHEREAS,theremayvery well be a need to create new services for these recently enfranchised students;andWHEREAS,itis again budget time and the Association needs to determine the properwayto handle the distributingofthese funds, thereforeBeit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College atOswegothat the following policy be accepted for a one-year term for the purposeofdistributing the Enfranchised funds:A)A director willbeappointedbytheS.A. President and approved by the Senate.Thetermofoffice will be foroneyearand beginonMay1,1995andendonApril 30, 1996.Thedirector willbeaccountable to thePresident and willbeamemberofthe Executive Branch. -B)Inaddition to the Director the committee will be comprisedofthe following individuals: S.A. President OneSenator (Elected by the Senate) One Graduate Student One Part-Time StudentC.)Thecommittee will be responsible for informing alltheorganizationsofthe committee and the purposeofthe funds.Thecommittee willmeetonce a month to review requests turnedinwithin that month.Ifthe committee agreestoapprove any requests, the committee will submit those requests inBillfonnto

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'., r')0. the Senate on the fIrst meetingofeach month.Ifthe Senate fails the proposed request the Senate will return the request to the committee for reconsideration.Thesame request will onlybeable tobesubmitted to the Senate twice.Beit further enacted that an accountbeset up called "Enfranchised Programing" and the sumof$10,000beplacedinthis account. Also, a second accountbeestablished called the "DirectorofEnfranchised Committee" andthesumof$600.00beplacedinthis account tobeused for the stipendofthis director. This account shallbeplaced under the Executive Branch with the restofthe directors' stipends.BeitfInally enacted that the funds for these two new accountsbetaken from the Contribution to theFundBalance in the 1995-1996 Budget. SUBMITIED BY: Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Pete Morrison ....SENAJE ACTION Passed22YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 13 April 1995

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Upper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576STU.'.,D'...'.E..N..)....'... . . .... ',' "."( STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGO....Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 12 April 1995Bill #84Fundsfor Political ScienceClubWHEREAS, the Political Science club is an established Tier 1 organization with an expanding membership; and WHEREAS, the Political Science Club has already fundedaninformal meeting with professors, with the highest involvement in three years; and WHEREAS, the Political Science club is has held a Health Care Luncheon with a key-note speaker on May 2; therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $75.00 be transferred from account #915 to an account to be established for the purposeofthis luncheon. SUBMITTED BY: Christopher Strong, President Political Science Club SPONSORED BY: Dennis Klinzing, Eric Przelski, Susan Borrows .,..'-SENA1E ACTION Passed 18YONlADA 1E PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 May 1995 sident

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STATEUNIVERSIIYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 ..,If'Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 12 April 1995Bill#85FundsforEquestrianTeamWHEREAS, the Oswego State Equestrian Team (OSET) is a well-established Tier 4 organization which has been in operation for several years; and WHEREAS, two membersofthe OSET have qualified to compete in the National Intercollegiate Horse Show Competition to be held May 4May 7 inFortCollins, Colorado; and WHEREAS, the team has been working and riding all year to qualify for this competition, in which two members qualified. The team has worked together on fund raisers to send the riders to the competition; and WHEREAS, these riders would be representing SUNY Oswego in the national competition which is an honor for both the riders and the college; therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$679 from account #915 and $71 from account #917 to account $492 to help defray the costofthe trip. SUBMITTED BY: The Equestrian Team, Shannon Whitney, President SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Taryn Breen, Roy Mirenda, Chris Strong SENATE ACTION Passed 19YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 4 May 1995 0_tY'iC by

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STATE UNIVERSflY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOUpperLevelHewiuUnion SUNY Oswego,NewYork13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576. J Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 12 April, 1995Bill #86PartTime and Graduate Expenditures from Enfranchised FundsWHEREAS, there is presently still money available in account #920 for the useofthe newly enfranchised students;and WHEREAS, certainexpenditures were not already funded for and certain needs have arisen;and WHEREAS, the Senate must approve all expenditures from account 920;therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following allocationsbeapproved as expenditures from account #920. BreakdownofExpendituresl.PCworkstation for apple computer and printer COST $300.00 2.Mackin Playgroup $5000.00 3.SHRM-(SocietyofHuman Resource Management) $1000.00 4.Survey for part-time students assessing their needs $500.00 5.Hookupfor modem on computer in NTSU office $250.00 6.Computer and printer for S.A. office use $2500.00 7.SAVAC 8.NES!TOTAL$2000.00 $684.00 $12,234.00 SUBMITTED BY: Chris Brodt, Susan Borrow SPONSORED BY: Eric Przelski, Chris Guinta SENATE ACTION Passed 19YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 4 May 1995 Datesig (XI bPresident

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.\ .. ,.,STATEUNIVERSrIYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 12 April 1995Bill#87SHRM '95 Conference in Orlando FloridaWHEREAS, the student chapterofthe Society for Human Resource Management is petitioning to use money already allocated in our National Conference fund; and WHEREAS, outlined in our budget for 1994-1995, we outlined money for the useoftours, and we are asking the Senatetoreallocate; and WHEREAS, the benefit in the previous years has been opportunities to meet many professionalsoffthe job and leadersinour community during these events; and WHEREAS, last year we had the pleasureofmeeting Ben and Jerry at a dinner; and WHEREAS, in tum the school has received a lotofpublicity for this; and WHEREAS, this year we hope to meet Les Brown and Barbara Bush; therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$705.00 in Account #896 to be used for the purposeofdinners and activities during the SHRM conferencein Orlando Florida. SUBMITTED BY: Christine Marble, SHRM President SENATE ACTION Not Considered due to No Sponsorship

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,-STATE UNIVERSllYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO STUDEN!f UpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26April 1995Bill #88International Student Association Dinner ,. "lWHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,the International Student Association (IS A) is planned its annual "InternationalWeek"celebration from April 17 April 22, 1995;andon April 22, 1995,ISAheld its Annual Dinner,TastetheWorldinOneNight: "ExtendingOurHands to Touch the World"; andISAcurrently has approximately $4100.00 in its Activities account, which is not enough to cover the costofthe planned activities; including an Asian Dance Troop, NAI-NICHEN,which will be performedatthe dinner;andthe ISA is hoped to enhance the college community and bring a different perspective to this campus, thereforeBeitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollege atOswegothat thesumof$500.00 be transferred fromISAAcct. #677 (Lectures) to ISA Acct.#680(Activities).SUBMITTEDBY: Kia Anderson,ISAVice PresidentSPONSOREDBY:Susan Borrow,SaeedSmith SENATEACfIONPassed12Y7NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT4May1995 {;Jqyc Date by

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STATEUNlVERSflYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislation Session 25th Meeting 26 April 1995Bill #89S.A.Office Renovationsno organization has come to ask to use these monies yet this year; and the Student Association office is in a desperate needofsome fixing up; and there is still $3686.24 left in the Senate Fixed Asset account; andifthis money is not spent on fixed assets this year the money will be lost to the Fund Balance; and this money wouldbebetter spent on renovations to the Student Association office.Theoffice is in needofchairs, desks, and tables for the computer equipment; and the Student Association office is the center headquartersofthe student government, and the office should look as professional as the association can afford,therefore WHEREAS, -,. WHEREAS, WHEREAS, .WHEREAS, WHEREAS, /""".. WHEREAS, Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$3686.24 be transferred form account #916 to account #721 to be used for the purchasesofoffice equipment for the SA Complex.SUBMI1TEDBY: SPONSORED BY: The Executive Branch Charlie Wing SENATE ACTION Passed 15Y4NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT4 May 1995 b y:6lOesident

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..STATEUNJVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOS\VEGOSTUDENTUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 26 April 1995Bill#90Access CodeContractWHEREAS, the Student Association has had a tremendous problem with misuseofaccess codes; and WHEREAS, the organizations and clubs have never truly been notifiedoftheir obligationsinwriting; and WHEREAS, we as an executive branch have developed a contract which sets the stipulationsofan access code down in black and white; therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the attached contract be approved and from this day forward every person with an access code through the Student Association must sign this contract and abide by the regulations within the contract.SUBMITfEDBY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Jeremy Jones, Charlie Wing, Susan Borrow SENATE ACTION Passed 15Y3NOA Date by DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 4 May 1995 -rJ..1-:,\.\1',\\+l"",-\-s-ioJ,.....-\I)N",401'\PQrso<-<.<.Jcf\'\-(H.........u..\-J{7n+UI'\c.L...."'''''y(\........,'\<\L I,I ,r.....r'",,""'-"'"tCJ,0 r pe..-s,\"<;. \ ()c..It-..,

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, ."STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt UnionSUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Access Code Contract1995 1996 Budget YearI,, agree that this access code is entrusted tomeby the Student Association and is tobeused strictly for business purposes only. I will not under any circumstances use this access code for personal calls. I agree that this code will be used for (organization name) business only. agree not to release this access code to anyone, under any circumstances, even if members ofmyorganization ask for the access code, I will remain the only person who knows the access code. I agree that if personal calls were made with this access code, I will be responsible to the Student Association for any and all calls deemed personal. I will agree to keep a phonelogwith this access code and agree that any call notrecordedinthe log, it will bemyresponsibility to pay for. I understand thatmyaccess code was entrusted tomeby the Student Association for the sole purpose of conducting businessonbehalf of (organization name), and willbeused solely for that purpose. If Iamfoundinviolation of any of these rules, I understand thatmyaccess code willberevoked and I will be liable for any outstanding financial obligations whichlowe.I understand if I failtoreimburse the Student Association for personal calls madeonmyaccess code, charges will be filed with Public Safety for theft of services.StudentAssociationAuthorizedSignatureStudent'sSignature

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STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576...Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26March 1995Bill #91Co-DirectorsofCommunicationsWHEREAS,the communications department is oneofthe most important departments utilizedinpromoting the Student Association; andWHEREAS,the directors within the communications department need toworktogether to achieve that same goal; andWHEREAS,it would be beneficialtothe Student Association as well as the student body to have the directorsofthe department work cooperatively, rather then having one personincharge; andWHEREAS,this will encourage more productivity outofthe Communications Department as a whole, therefore;Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the positionsofDirectorofCommunications and Assistant DirectorsofCommunications be combined intotwo Co-DirectorsofCommunications positions.Beit further enacted thethe DirectorofCommunications salary, and Assistant DirectorsofCommunications accounts be combined to pay both co-directors. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACIJONPassed 19YONOAThe Executive Branch Pete MorrisonDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT ,..... 4 May 1995

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STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOUpperLevel HewittUnion-SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315)341-3601-FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 26 April1995Bill #92ProceduresforCabinetAppointees.. ... WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Senate currently confmns appointmentsofExecutive Branch members with littleorno information on the candidates qualifications; and the Senate should be allowed more time to consider and question the appointees' qualifications on a personal level, therefore, Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that all cabinet appointees be presented to the Senate at least one week prior to the Senate voting on their appointment. This would enable the body to further question the qualifications on a personal level rather than on an open floor. Beitfurther enacted that in addition to presenting the candidates for appointment, they must set up a time where they will be in the S.A. office to meet the senators. This set time frame should be at least one hour in the office where the senators could discuss thejobwith the candidate. Beitfinally enacted that this time frame is intended to further influence the Senators' decisions and is not meant to be a time for interrogationofprevious wrong doings. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed11Y6NOARoy Mirenda, Chris Brodt Susan Borrows, Harmony Schwartz..DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT4May1995 hUU;.f"'ai:'lt"j"-"H"""'\<:1u..C\lflJ.\'-.JlflA4.wc"'j,'v--.SA36V(lVi"IV-e'1.\.

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..... STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OSlffGO Upper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 ...... Student Association State University At Oswego Senate 30th Legislation Session 25th Meeting 26 April 1995Bill #93WTOP's Second yearWHEREAS, the Student Association already allotted this money towrapin their three year plan; and WHEREAS, technology changes at a very rapid pace in the broadcasting industry;andWHEREAS, with these changeswraphas been able to find someofthe original equipment already allotted money for at a reduced rate; and WHEREAS,wrapwould like to reallocate the funds already designated in their three year plan, therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the second yearofwraP'sthree year plan be changed as listed below. .......llIi..... Second Year (originally) Beta Edit Record $8950 Beta Edit Source $5860 Beta Recorder $4100 Beta Playback $3000 Edit Controller $2300 Hi-8 Field Recorder $3130 $27,340 New Second Year Plan Beta Edit Record Beta Player Monitors Weather Computer Edit Controller Office Computer Toaster UpgradeTBCController Beta Remote Racks for Decks Camera Batteries Connectors & Cables $8450 $4700 $1800$3250$1595 $3000 $1618 $800$350$470$300$1007$27,340 .. SUBMI1TED BY: Jeff Wernick, Ex-General Manager; Jay Komweiss, New General Manager SPONSORED BY: Roy Mirenda, Mark Nuzkowski, Pete Morrison

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.. Bill #94 SENATE ACTIONPassed 17YONOADAlEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT4May1995Page 2

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STATEUNIVERSlIYOF NE\f/ YORK COLlEGE ATOSWEGOUpper Level HewiuUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 -.;", .'. r I I Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26April 1995Bill #94Student Association Capital Expense PlanWHEREAS, the Student Association has certain capital needs which need to be addressed in the coming years; and WHEREAS, the Long-Range Planning committee has worked numerous hours on this plan throughout the year; and WHEREAS, this plan has now become a reality through the hard workofthis committee, therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following capital expense plan be accepted for the Student Association and the breakdown listed below is also hereby approved. ...'Year#1Fiscal Year 1995-1996 One15passenger van On-Demand Ticket SystemYEAR #1 Total CostYear#2Fiscal Year 1996-1997 One 8 passenger van Defibrillator (SA V AC) (There is currently 6000 dollars in TkPlacement monies for this expense)YEAR#2Total Cost msI $20,000.006,500.00$26,500.00 Q2SI $16,000.00 10,000.00$26,000.00

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Bill #94 Year #3 FiscalYear1997-1998Computer Equipment and/or Software UpgradeFaxMachine for Student SeIVices Copier Radio (SA V AC) (There willbe$9000.00in replacement moniesforthis expense.) Ambulance (SA V AC) (Amountmayfluctuate due to replacement monies set aside in earlier years,oroutside charitable donations.) CQSI $3,500.00 700.00 2,200.00 16,500.00 87,000.00Page 2Year #3 Total Cost$109,900.00.. ,. Total of Three Year Plan$162,400.00 SYBMI1TED BY:Long Range Planning Committee SPONSOREDBY:SENATE ACTION Tabled4May1995

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...,""-"" STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 -.:' Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26April 1995Bill #95Fundsfor WitnessForPeaceProgramWHEREAS,a delegationofpeople to observe the elections in Haiti is currently being fonned, andWHEREAS,this delegation will provide an impartial international presence to help discourage incidentsofviolence and foster free and fair elections, andWHEREAS,Juliane DeMarco has been given the opponunity to be amemberofthis delegation, andWHEREAS,she has promised that upon return from this experience to share the knowledge gained through forums and lectures to interested parties, therefore...SUBMfITEDBY: SPONSORED BY:SENA1EACTIONPassed9Y7NOABeitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$1000.00betaken from account #917 (independent programming account) and be transferred to an account to be created for the purposeofassisting with funding for this trip Chris Brodt,S.A.Vice-President Donminick lannoDA 1E PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 4 May 1995

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STATEUNlVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576..Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 4 May 1994Resolution #1 Reducing the Chaos -. WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Association Senate has been in what could best be described as organized chaos; and organization seems to be a key goalinthis administration; and it has been unorganized recently during the voting procedures; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York CollegeatOswego that senators, in order to create more uniformity and order, establish an organized seating arrangement where at least the senators thatarerepresenting the same hallbeseated next to each other. SUBMlTfEDBY: Todd Bullock, Riggs Hall Senator .. SPONSORED BY: Pete Morrison SENATE ACTION iJU/Y'YY?"'-Passed23YINlAKevin Burns,SA Presidertt DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 7 September 1994 9/6/CZLf

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STATEUNIVERSflYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session3rdMeeting21 September 1994Resolution #2 Voter RegistrationWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITfEDBY:SPONSORED BY: voting is oneofthe most important rights granted to citizens in our United States constitution; and voting registration for citizensbetween the agesof18 20 is below fifty percent, the lowestofany age group; and the Student Association endorsed NYPIRG's 1993 voter registration drive; and widespread participation is an integral partofthe successofany campus wide event; therefore: Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego thatallorganizations affiliated with the Student Association be strongly encouraged to supportNYPIRG's1994 voter registration drive in whatever way they can. Harmonie Schwartz, Oneida Hall Senator Rebecca Coleman, Dennis Klinzing, Roy Mirenda, Taryn Breen, Eric Przelski SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT18October 1994 Kevin Burns, SA President Date Signedby President

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STAlEUNWERSlTYOFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 4th Meeting 28 September 1994Resolution #3 Official SA EmblemWHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,SUBMITTED BY:SPONSOREDBY:the Student Association is a major organizationonthis campus; and Auxiliary Services has provided a wallonthe MainLevelinHewittUnion to allow organizationsto"show off' their crests; and the Student Association hasnodefinite crestoremblem; therefore:Beit resolvedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork CollegeatOswego that theSAemblemasshownonthe letterheadberecognized asSA'sofficial crest.Beitfurther resolved that this emblembeplaced on the designated wall.ToddBullock Dennis Klinzing, Rebecca Coleman, Pete Morrison ,. SENATE ACTION Passed General ConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT29September 1994 KevinBums,SAPresident 2 Dat Sig;ed by PresiHent

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STATEUNlVERSnYOF NEw YORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 7th Meeting20October 1994Resolution #4 Reopen Swift StreetWHEREAS, the townofOswego has been working on Swift Street for morethan a year now; and WHEREAS, this is a serious inconvenience for students; and y WHEREAS, this road is done and not open for students to drive on due to residents' complaints; and WHEREAS, having Swift Street closed is also an impediment to emergency traffic vehicles, therefore: Be it resolved that the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego request Swift Street be reopened so that cars can travel between Culkin Hall and Washington Boulevard. Beitfurther resolved that this resolution be senttothe town supervisor and membersofthe town board; andtothe State as a traffic impediment. SUBMITIED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Jayson Febles, Roy Mirenda, Dennis Klinzing, Dominick Ianno, Chris Strong .-SENATEACfIQNPassedGeneral Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT20October 1994 DlAN\A Kevin Burns, ado\!)v2".,0, I Date SignedbyPresidentJ

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-_oz."""...,. STATE UNNERSIlY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 30th Legislative Session11thMeeting 16 November 1994 .10,.,",:.WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Resolution #5 College-Community Exchange DaysNovember 14 and November 16 were declared College-Community Exchange Days; and the eventsofthe two days enabled membersofboth groups to gain an understandingofeach other; and this understanding is the cornerstoneofbetter relations between membersofthe college and membersofthe community; and it is paramount to continue on with these relations; therefore:Beit resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego thatweacknowledge the importanceofthe College-Community Exchange Days and we pledge to continue these relationships throughout the year.Beit further resolved thatwethank all the membersofthe College-Community Relations Committee for planning this event.SUBMITIEDBY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Pete Morrison, Rebecca Coleman, Dennis Klinzing, Roy Mirenda".-SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 17 November 1994 Kevin Burns, SA President 0" t.J"'"'1\"c \ 1yl9..1\/\ Date Signed by President

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1STATEUNlVERSlIYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 12th Meeting 30th Legislative Session30November 1994Resolution #6 Thanks to the Media CenterWHEREAS, the media center has always placed the Student Association in the spotlight which aids in our campus wide recognition and quest for student involvement, and WHEREAS,weshould show our thanks to WTOP for continuing to film our meetings and broadcast them, the Oswegonian for printing all relevant Senate news, and WNYO for providing a show for feedback regarding controversial issue, and WHEREAS, we should always makeanefforttoshow our appreciation to the media center, therefore: Be it resolved by the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego Senate thatweowe the media center a debtofgratitude and appreciate their constant hard work. ;SUBMITIEDBY: Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Dominick lanno, Rebecca Coleman.. ,. SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 2 December 1994 Kevin Bums,SA Presi'?ient Date Signed by President '

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,-STATE UNIVERSrrYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OSW'EGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 12th Meeting 7 December 1994 ./I"c' WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Resolution#7Special Thanks to the Electric CompaniesonSaturday, November 26, a majorpoweroutage occurred resulting in nearly allofthe campus havingnolightsorheat;andthe nextdaystudentsofOneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca residence halls came back from Thanksgiving break only to find their rooms in the dark and cold and had to be temporarily relocated toHartHall; and the electric companies (too numerous to name) came in immediately to repair all damages while at the same time providing generators to bring temporary relief to west side residents as well as employees at bothCulkinHall and Hewitt Union; and they responded with quick, expert oriented, and excellent service and they responded to the requestsofResidence Life&Housing and DivisionofStudent Affairs; therefore Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the electrical companies receive our thanks for their professional and outstanding service during these cold daysofNovember and December. Beitfurther resolved that the Oswego staff and students who were without power should also receive a huge debtofgratitude for their efforts and cooperation throughout the outage.Beit[mally resolved that this body would like to comment Auxiliary Services, Pathfinder, Littlepage, Residence Life&Housing,andresidence hall staff for making the situation more tolerable. SUBMI1TED BY: Roger H. DeMott, Associate Justice, SA Supreme Court SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman SENATE ACTION Passed General ConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 7 December 1994 Kevin Burns:sAP.reS'1dent, IL/ '6/ Date Signedby President

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I., '"STATE UNIVERSTlY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper LevelHewinUnion SUNY Oswego,NewYork13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 30th Legislative Session13thMeeting7December 1994Resolution #8 Constitution Available to Residence Halls -< WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, this year's administration's theme is "The YearofInvolvement"; and thereisa large degreeofapathy on our campus; and at the present moment the Residence Halls do not have a copyofthe Student Association Constitution; and with the availabilityofthe Student Association constitution, it would enhance the knowledgeofthe student about the governing body's framework; and it is important to help students become awareofthe governing rulesofan organization their fees pay for; therefore Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that Residence Hallsbeprovided with two(2)copiesofthe Student Asso ciation constitution upon request. .. SUBMITTEDBY:Dennis James Klinzing SPONSORED BY:ToddBullock SENATE ACTION Failed 4Y 21NOA

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-STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGO .. STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 12th Meeting 7 December 1994Resolution#9NoTolerance of ActsofViolenceorVandalismWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Senate was informedofa biased related damaging incident directed at a registered organization at anoffcampus residence; and this incident is not only harmful to these students but alsotothe entire college. community and the communityofOswego; and this incident should not be shoved aside like so many other violent crimes; and to remain silent would be a greater crime; therefore Beitresolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that actsofwrittenorspoken vandalismorviolence intended to defame a person basedonrace, religion, sex, age, national originorin any way intended to injure a person will not be tolerated by this body SUBMITIED BY: Kevin Bums and Rebecca Coleman SPONSORED BY: Chris Brodt, Pete Morrison, Dennis Klinzing ....., SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent Kevin Bums,SAPresident. .....-.. DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 7 December 1994lL 1%(1'4 __Date srgned by PresiJnt

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STAlE UNIVERSflYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 15th Meeting 1 February 1995 WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Resolution #10 Invite PatakitoVisit SUNY OswegoGovernor Pataki has suggested that SUNY tuitionberaisedby$1000 dollars for next year; anditwould be a nice thing for the governortovisit SUNY schools beforehemakes it harder for studentstoreceive a college education; therefore Beitresolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego invites Governor Pataki to visit SUNY Oswegotoexplain this propose increase in tuition./" \-SUBMTITED BY: Kevin Burns and Jeremy Jones SPONSORED BY: Roy Mirenda. Dennis Klinzing, Mark Wronecki, Dominick lanno, Denise Lorej ...... SENATE ACIJONPassed 17YONlADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 2 February 1995 evinBurns,SAPresident

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-..... STATEUNIVERSllYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 15th Meeting 1 February 1995Resolution #11 Support College's Efforts to Reinstate Italian Program .. --.-WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,diverse programmingonthis campus is thekeyto involvement;andfiscally in 1995 the college is stable and faring well;andan increased numberofstudents are either taking Italianorare interestedinthe program; and other languages are dropping ill attendance and the Italian program is stabilized; and the Student Association strongly opposes the lackofsupportonbehalfoftheState University College at Oswegotoreinstate the Italian Minor; thereforeBeit resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that the Student Association supportsanyeffortmakebytheSUNYCollege at Oswego to reinstate the Italian Minor. _..-. SUBMITIEDBY:ToddBullockSPONSOREDBY:Dominicklanno, Chris Brodt, Chris Strong, SusanBorrow,RoyMirendaDeniseLore.. .,".SENATEACI10NPassedbyAcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 10 February 1995 evinBums,SAPresident

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......,.,... '--...STATEUNlVERSl1YOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 8February1995Resolution #It.. Necessary Snow RemovalatTylerWHEREAS,the blustery winterwaysofOswego are upon usandsnow removalisa very demanding and important partofthe daily routine;andWHEREAS,the grounds crew always hasandwilldoaverygoodjogofsnow removal, comparable to private institutions with greater finances, in a similar geographic region;andWHEREAS,it is not only vitaltokeep the traffic flow moving, it is also necessarytokeep all emergency and evacuation routes accessible; thereforeBeit resolvedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothat attempts be made to maintain the western stairway behindTyler Hall during the winter season. SUBMITIED BY: Chris Strong, Onondaga SenatorSPONSOREDBY: Dominick lanno,MarkWronecki ...SENATEACTIQNPassed General ConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 10February1995 -\J..MJ'4=: KevinBums,SAPresident \ 0PItd 'D DateSredbysident

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STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 18th Meeting22February 1995Resolution #13 Disability Awareness Week ,.-... .A-, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS it is the responsibilityofthe DirectorofSpecially Challenged Student Issuestoraise the levelofawareness about disabilitiesonthis campus; and there is an interest by faculty and students to hold a Disability Awareness Week; and such a week has been proposed and successful in the past; and support from the Student Association would help with the credibility and successofthe effort; thereforeBeit resolvedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State University College at Oswego and its members support a Disability Awareness Week.Beit further resolved that this week be heldonthe datesofApril 17, 18, and201995,by the suggestionoftheCouncil for Servicestothe Disabled.Beit finally resolved that Disability Awareness Week include, but notbelimitedtoAdopt A Disability Days, along with discussion groups and programs in the residence hall as deemed appropriate by the DirectorofSpecially Challenged Student Issues, the Student Association, and the Council for Services to the Disabled. ... SUBMITTED BY:DanPreston, DirectorofSpecially Challenged Students' Issues SPONSORED BY: Susan Borrow, Jeremy Jones, Chad Johannsen, Chris Strong, Dominick Ianno SENATE ACTION Passed General ConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 27 February 1995 Kevin B ---

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STATEUNlVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 1 March 1995Resolution #14SAEventsHandledinProfessional MannerWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,a recent event sponsored, in part, bySAresulted in numerous complaintsonthe behaviorofsome involved; and such actionsmaybe potentially damaging to thenameand integrityofSA; and future similar conduct should be strongly discouragedbythis body; thereforeBeit resolvedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College atOswegothat any function held either by SA directlyorsponsoredbySAbe handled in a professional and courteous manner. Beitfurther resolved that any behavior by a memberormembersofanySAsponsored organization contrarytothis manner shall be strongly discouragedbythis body. This may include, butnotbelimited to, the codeofconduct outlinedbythis school's student handbook.Beitfurther resolved that failure to comply with these standardsmayresult in disciplinary actions to any and all members involved.Beit finally resolved thatifpassed a copyofthis resolution be placedinevery mailboxofevery club and organization in SA. -,. SUBMITTED BY: Dominick Ianno and Pete Morrison, Off-campus Senators SPONSORED BY: Eric Przelski, Dennis Klinzing,MarkWronecki, Jeremy Jones, Chris Strong SENATE ACTION Passed24YINOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT2 March1995 Kevin Burns,SAPresident Date SignedbyPresident

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STATEUNlVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO ... S .T.!U :D:.EJ,....N''.......A..;'...;i:.i.",..'.'i ''1 ';/"'>"-",". Upper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 21st Meeting15March 1995Resolution #15 Posting PolicyWHEREAS,the Student Services Senate Committee has worked with college administration in developing a cohesive posting policy that everyonecanbe happy with; and WHEREAS, the faculty assembly has already passed the policy in their governing body; and WHEREAS, the administration has asked our governing body topassthe new policy as well; thereforeBeitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following campus wide posting policy be accepted as printed. SUBMITTED BY: The Student Services Committee SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman .... -SENATEACfIONPassed22YINOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT6Apri11995 -I,(7iL Date Sign&
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," ProceduresforPostingMaterialsonCampusDraft3/1/95Thispolicyisintendedtoprovideguidanceintennsoftime,placeand-mannerofposting.Contentofpostingsisnotregulatedbythispolicy, However,theCollegereservestherighttoaddressconcernsormakesuggestionsinanefforttoreinforcetheeducationalmissionoftheCollege. .. I ''''\".,.,.' ..... ''"" '.1.Postingonthecampusislimitedtodesignatedareas.Allpostingsmustincludethenameofthesponsoringindividualororganizationandarerestrictedtobulletinboards.Nopostingispermittedonpainted,woodenorglasssurfaces.Postingswhichpublicizeeventsatwhichalcoholicbeveragesareavailableshouldclearlyindicatethatthelegaldrinkingagewillbemonitoredandnooneundertwenty-oneyearsofagewillbeserved.Designatedareasforpostingare:a.Departmentalbulletinboards:materialsapprovedforpostingbythedepartment(s)monitoringthebulletinboard.b.Classroombulletinboards:educationalmaterialsandeducationalpostings/noticestakeprecedenceoverothers.StudentgroupswhichhaveregisteredwiththeCampusLife Officemaypostonclassroombulletinboardsasspaceallows. c.Classroomchalkboards:Theuseofchalkboardsbyfacultyforeducationalpurposestakesprecedenceoverotheruses.d. bulletinboards:ThesebulletinboardsshallbeusedonlytopostStudentNotes, all-Collegebulletins,theCampusLifeEventsCalendar;Collegesponsoredevents,ceremoniesandactivities,andeventssponsoredbystudentgroupswhichareregisteredwiththeCampusLife Office. PostingsforthecollegebulletinboardsmustbeapprovedthroughreviewedbytheCampusLife Officewhichwillalsoposttheapprovedmaterials.e.ResidenceHallandResidence Dining Hallbulletinboards: Eaeh f'esieleflee ha-Haftel elifliflglUlUhasf3esftng 8:Feasi:ntfteleeey.8tlffieieftt eef3ies e f3estffigs shetlleleegiTvrefl te theIl:esielefleeLifeOffiee faf' elis1:rfBtltieft. Deef'teeleef'selieitatieflef' elissemiftatieftisf3f'eftieiteel sifteestlehaetivityhastfte f3etefttial fef' se".lef'ely iffiJ3aeftng f'esieleftts'f3f'l:T.f"8:ey. Copiesofpo stings shouldbesubmittedtoeachresidencehall(11)deskfor postingin residencehallsand.to each resident dining hall(5) manager (except MackinDining Hall)for postingindining halls. -. f.Generalbulletinboards:TheseareasareforusebystudentgroupsnotaffiliatedwiththeCollege(notregisteredwiththeCampusLife Office),communityagencies,andindividualstudentnotices(apartments,roommates,etc.).ThedateofpostingshouldappearoneachflyerInoticeaswellasthenameofthesponsoringgrouporindividual.Commercialnoticesareprohibited.AllgeneralbulletinboardswillbeclearedperiodicallyeachmonthbytheCampusLife Office. 2.OnlyoneflyerInoticepereventperbulletinboardisallowed.

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,._/-.....-" I ,.....--.-> Posters/flyerscanbeposteduptothreeweeksinadvanceoftheeventorthreeweekspriortoticketsalesfortheevent(andshouldberemovedassoonaspossibleafterthedateoftheevent). 3. Postingswillnotexceed1T'x 22"insize forbulletinboardsandkiosksandwillnotexceed6' x8'fortheretainingwallonthenorthandwestsidesofTylerHall. ExceptionstothisstandardmaybeapprovedbytheCampusLife Office. 4. CollegebulletinboardswillberoutinelymonitoredbytheCampusLife Officeandclearedofoutdatedorinappropriatepostingsandthosethatdonotcomplywiththispolicy. AdvisOIYrelationshipswillbeestablishedwhereappropriatetoprovidefeedbackfromconstituencies(e.g.,StudentAssociation,StudentServicesCommittee.AcademicAffairs,FacultyAssembly, etc.). 5.OutdoorpostingonthefacilitiesorgroundsoftheCollegeislimitedtooutdoorbulletinboards,kiosks,thenorthandwestwallsofTyler,andthewestwallofSnygg,atresidencehallmainentrancesandinsidetheHewittUnioninandotherareasdesignatedbytheCampusLife OfficeunlessotherwiseapprovedbytheDirectorofCampusLife.UseofspaceonthenorthwallofTyler HallmustbereservedthroughtheCampusLifeReservationsOffice.Sidewalkchalkpostingsarepermitted using watersoluble materials only.6. Violationofthispolicymayresultinanadministrativechargeforcleanuporothercostsrelatedtoimplementingthispolicy ,orlossofpostingprivileges for adesignatedperiodoftimemayalsoresultasdeterminedbytheDirectorofCampusLife.Repeatedviolationsmayresultindisciplinaryorlegal action. Violationsinclude,notexclusively:a.postinginunapprovedareasb.inappropriatepostingswhichdonotcomplywiththispolicyc. litteriftgscattering posting materials, or placingpostingmaterialsin adisorderlyfashion.onthegroundsor in facilities TyTJ#:hf30siingftUl:t:erials(PIOTE:thisiftelttaesthel:1se of efiaHEanaBisml:nteofi of flyers!! !)d.postingonglassorpaintedsurfacese.fraudulentorunspecifiedsponsorf.inappropriateorlackofnoticeofpresenceofalcohol(SeeCollegeAlcoholicBeverage Poliy). Administrativechargescollectedasaconsequenceofinappropriatepostingwillbeputtowardimprovingtheeventscommunicationnetworkofthecampus.AppealsofthedecisionsoftheDirectorofCampusLifemaybemadetotheDirector'ssupervisor.Italicizedtext is newtext; 8fltHte textwillbedeleted.JFS:PostingPolicy2/17/95Revised3/1/95

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WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,STATEUNIVERSTlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 21st Meeting15March 1995Resolution #16 Maintain Quality of SUNY EducationWHEREAS, the proposed State budget contains some serious cuts to the SUNY System; and WHEREAS, these cuts,ifnot done properly, could seriously limit access to SUNY and compromise the quality and futurejobskillsofthe graduatesofthe SUNY System; and in this ageofglobal competition an education is a must in order to compete and survive as a state and as a country; and the erosionofthe Education SystemofNew York State will lead to a continued decline in the StandardofLiving for all residentsofNew York; and manyoftoday's graduates and non-graduates willbeforced topayfor the retirement and health costsofthe aging American population. Without a good educatedjobbase in this state, this will not be possible; and WHEREAS, this body recognizes that there are fewer students entering college now than there were ten years ago and that colleges are forced to recruit more now than before; and WHEREAS, this body recognizes that some consolidation is necessary and duplicationofservices may need tobethe eliminated in order to make for a stronger SUNY; and WHEREAS, these cuts should not however lead to students paying more for less services and a lower qualityofeducation and life; therefore Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that this body would like to see the qualityofourSUNYEducation maintained evenifcutsorconsolidations to the SUNY system are put into effect. Be it further resolved that this body feels that the New York State Legislature should place a greater emphasisonpublic education in the StateofNew York because it is easier to educate someone now so they can get ajobthan to support them for their entire life. SUBMITTED BY: Kevin Burns SPONSORED BY: Dennis Klinzing, Dominick Ianno, Jackie HaymanSENATEACTIONPassed 19Y 1NOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 16 March 1995 Kevin Burns,SAPresident iCotq,\\i\ Date Signed by President \)

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.........,-.'.1 will not sign this resolution for the reason that the Senate cannot expect S.A. groups to follow an example theydonot follow themselves.TheSenate meeting the week before this resolution was presented violated so manyofmyrights as a studentonthis campus 1 could have sued. Now the Senate wants to embarrass a groupofstudents for standing up and making noiseonan issue importanttothe futureofhigher education in New York State. 1 will now quote Voltaire, a famous Frenchman,"Imay not agree with a word you say but 1 will fight to the death for your right to sayit"Students have the right and needtoexpress their political views and need todoitmore often Before the Senate passes a resolutionofthis kinditshould lookinthe mirror andbewilling to serve their constituents in a fair and professional manner because this Senate has not!

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STATEUNIVERSIlYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOUpperLevelHewittUnion.SUNY Oswego,NewYork13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576 -. Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislation Session 25th Meeting 26 April 1995Resolution #17 Thanks to Hope AdamsWHEREAS, Hope Adams has served the served the student Association as both DirectorofFinance and Assistant DirectorofFinance; and WHEREAS, the positionofDirectorofFinance is a year-round position and takes an individual with patience and dedicationtothe job; and WHEREAS, Hope Adams' tenn as DirectorofFinance is ending on June 30; and WHEREAS, she has performed her job admirably, therefore Be resolved that the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego applaud Hope Adams for her hard work and dedicationasDirectorofFinance for the Fiscal year 1994-1995. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: The Executive Branch Rebecca Coleman, Eric Przelski ..... ... ... SENATEACfIONPassed general Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 4 May 1995

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' ...'... STATE UNIVERSllYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26April 1995Resolution #18 Thanks to Mark WroneckiWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Mark Wronecki has been an integral partofthe 30th Legislative Session within the Senate; and Mr. Wronecki always had an interesting wayoflookingatissues which caused the debate to be much more lively and involved; and we, as a body, willmissMark'scontributions next year because he is graduating from SUNY Oswego, therefore Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that Mark Wronecki be thanked for his contributions to the Senate and that we wish him wellinall his future endeavors. -SUBMITIED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Chris Guinta, Taryn Breen > SENATE ACTION Passed General ConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 4May1995

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UpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 STUDENmF STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26April 1995Resolution #19 ThankstoDiane LechnerWHEREAS. WHEREAS. WHEREAS, Diane Lechner has been a great asset to the Senate during her time at SUNY Oswego; and Ms. Lechner has been a superior chairperson for the College-Community Relations committee; and Diane is moving on from her days here at SUNY Oswego and we as a body will miss her energy and enthusiasm, therefore; Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that Diane Lechner be commended for her commitment to the Senate and that we wish her well in all her future endeavors.SUBMITIEDBY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Pete Morrrison, Jeremy Jones SENATE ACTION Passed General ConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 4 May 1995

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Upper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 STUDENT STATEUNIVERSfIYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26April 1995Resolution #20 ThankstoDominick lanno ) .WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Dominick lanno has served the Student Association greatly during this past year; and his work as the Elections Committee Chair was perfonned with ease and grace in that timeofstress known as ELECTIONS; and Dominick is moving on to law school and we all will miss his contributions bothonthe floor and in the office; therefore Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that Dominick lanno be thanked for his commitment to the Association and we wish him the bestofluck as he movesonto law school.SUBMITfEDBY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Pete Morrison SENATE ACTION Passed General ConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 4 May 1995

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......., -STATEUNIVERSl1YOFNEWYORKCOLlEGEATOSWEGOUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26April 1995 --i,.,.},.. WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Resolution #21 Thanks to Chad JohannesenChad Johannesen has been a fixture on the senate floor for a numberofyears; and Mr. Johannesen was extremely involved this year due to his effortstoget the Student Association on-line; and Chad is moving on from Oswego and we will greatly miss his many contributions to the Senate, therefore Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that Chad Johannesen be thanked for his commitment to the Association and that we wish him all the bestinhis future endeavors.SUBMITIEDBY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Millie Torres, Chris Strong SENATE ACTION Passed General ConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 4 May 1995 esident

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( -STATE UNIVERSrTYOF NEWYORK COLLEGEATOSWEGO STUDfNT< UpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 .L _001: Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26April 1995Resolution #22Thanksto Pete MorrisonWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, --........ Pete Morrison has servedasa Senator for two years; and Mr. Morrison has hadanimpeccable recordofservice to the Senate along with an opinion on nearly everything; and Mr. Morrison is moving on to the real world andwewill miss his input and also his continual criesof"Put your hands Down"; therefore Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College At Oswego that Pete Morrisonbecongratulated and thanked for his servicetothe Association and that we wish him well in all his future endeavors. SUBMTITED BY: SPONSORED BY: The Executive Branch Chris Strong, Dominick lanno, Rebecca Coleman SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 May 1995 --J% Date Si;:id byesident

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...STATE UNIVERSrTY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO STUDEN-r UpperLevel HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26April 1994 ,.' WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Resolution #23 RecognitionOfOurHardWorking Secretariestoday is the day when the country recognizes its office employees via Professional Secretary's Day; and the Student Association realizes the importanceofour hard working secretaries; and the dedication shown by these secretaries is remarkable and they are the reason, we as an Association can function as professionally as we do, therefore; Be it resolved by the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that we honor those employees listed below by showingourgratitude for all their hard work and dedication.I J Liz McGrath Mary Jo Ford Joan Torres Finance Secretary Receptionist Ex traordinaire Media Center ReceptionistSUBMITIEDBY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Chris Strong, Rebecca Coleman SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent esident DATEPRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 May 1995

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'. STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLIEGEATOSWEGOUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 25th Meeting26April 1995Resolution #24 Farewell to Rebecca Coleman ,. WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Rebecca Coleman hasbeen an active memberofthis Student Association for man ya semester, and Ms. Coleman's undying efforts to improve this Association have been well recognized and very much needed; and not only has she been an active politician she has also been an active friend to many; and through all that Ms. Coleman does it is obvious that her heart is into everything; and Rebecca's hard work, dedication, support and smiling face willbemissed when she leaves; therefore Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that Rebecca Colemanbethanked for allofher hard work, exemplary service, and outstanding leadership during her terms as senator as well as her other positions, and that shebewished all the best in the future. Be it further resolved that Rebecca Coleman is also granted Senator Emeritus Status by this house. SUBMITTED BY: Todd Bullock, Executive Assistant to the Vice President SPONSORED BY: Pete Morrison, Millie TorresSENAJEACTION Passed General Consent DA JE PRESENJEDTOPRESIDENT 4 May 1995

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1'-4..TUDENT SSOCIATIONA I..0.". 0IBb\211HewittUnion Oswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601 .-....... I..EXECUTIVEORDERBEIT ORDEREDBYTHE STUDENT ASSOCIATION PRESIDENTOFTHE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT OSWEGO THAT THE FOLLOWING EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEBEESTABUSHED: A COMMITTEETOWORKONA COURSEOFACTION FOR THE STUDENT ASSOCIATIONANDSTUDENTS TOWORKAGAINST CUTS TO EOPANDSUNY. -,..i!::............. I:.J--OtTu KEVIN BURNS, SA PRESIDENT /I d I q.......5='---DATE SIGNED