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..., STUDENTASSOCIATIONSTATEUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEATOSWEGO29THLEGISLATIVESESSION1993-94BRIANQUAIL,PRESIDENTBRIANHURD,VICEPRESIDENTANITSAADAMS,DIRECTOROFFINANCE

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SSOCIATION .A T ....0. r"'.. (j)../,). 0 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession1stMeeting14April1993AGENDA1.Ca11toOrder2.RollCall3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.ExecutiveReportsBrianQuailBrianHurd6.Finance Report TrudyPerkins ..... 7NewBusinessBill #1. Bill #2. Bill #3. Bill #4. Bill#5.Bill#6,Bill117.ResolutionIll.Resolution#2.Resolution1138.AnnouncementsandPublicComment9.Adjournment

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<-;tlldenl'ciatI"n,.... ellalc L';pl:ddll., c;';CS:;tdll I :';tMcdlJl['14 /\1,..11(j'.Mil)lllt;,;The1;;1meetingofthe 29th Lc glslalin:Se:;;:>lOllcalledI"orderat():05f't\ll'he new JGQislativcBody01.',cnalors\HaCsworninhyMr.lett KlIrvla. [\larc::Heckmadearnohontomake[tillrt4andHillItI'spe(:ial orders--whichpass(;d'lhcTTunute::"yen::lpproYl.d.llriafl Qn:lll Introdl1cf'dAllanNoswf'rthy,vhotalked about the' lallythat ,vaf:scheduleddurlllgthepastwed;,Hespoke,ottheunfortunatedisapprovalofseveralg]illJpSwhowerenot,uh:dpClllussiollrOIIIH:ull.uncs to beuc;cdUljUllcliull ""ilhIhe lally, AskedSAirl!lcyv:crc ''.'illingto ::mppnrtthecalWCofthe('oalition--\\'hidlheis an active JllflllbcI-n'heircawwdr-alswiththe hiring of\l1elTlhnsofcolnr.130::;Ialeti,"V.,\ all:tll"",ayswilliug to ltdpsludClltLausc:>,"tHrianCiarn"vhellevesanotherrallyshould take place\llliloduced Niua ])lUllal'Wlhllalkedaboutgelling1111110"Uppllil fur(laysinIhelIullbryandthe,mpp"rlofI'rt:&.('lmtonof()\'c11ummg tJlcban. Sherequestedth,lttheSel1:i1ors 1alk hItheircons1llllenis and 10theirrespective Hall CouncilslutnHluu.:dthe lcplCsLntalivc" fLOlIl C'OIlUlllllHl)'Selvice,KalenandJody,ahoul the SpecialOlympiC;, They talkedabolltBill tt4 andhO\\' they needed and extra$40010helpthem withthe npellSt'STheyf'xpectedHlOneyth\HlMiss-A-MeaLolllth<:yonlyreceived $2it,.Ilied to ,llelmoney from (llheln:sourcci"--Kiwanas.NYl'mvcri\ulholily,dudit Glalll homAuxiJiiU'ySClvicLS.(Jui"l\\,allied10(;)\pJalllwltyIhcyWClL(ormnglnSAforthe money,) Brianthclltalked about tbeBucl.peI aud thctWDbilL:;thattalkt:d about th(an,-1e;1 bill, DillHS.\voll.ldaUlhnl if .....iillJillCIL.dtieof$:'iuIheSAfccfiJInexlyc,u btll, Hill116.a:-;ksh)1araISe inthe SAfee10$4,'iOvv'luchIS Jllsla proposed'i

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IV) taJknlofthe ch:rll!!t's thaIneedInh,' made all'flhel'IPposedHndgc1!hal lIeed 10hedOIlGtoachievethem-$2LHJ in hudl!cIcubtlKaddedpositions and thecuipositions andthe rcdlstributinl}"ImiIlHt;;;-payredlKl"tExe':lltivt'Inelnh<'"rs*havin,b' a nct increaseof$1illI!Chaugn,1.0be rnade:$10,000on realignment of Student Sc[Vlce".$",000nn compnters$I.lJOU lo .l!Ototimdraisillg and cooperatedevelopmentmOJH;y10 to the:)nuedoniofDiversity\>"lrodoHothavellwIley!lOWlo lmplement progr;Ull;,-money thatwilJ flo to SEEP-$ J .lHHI for spec.ialproject:-+N<:t pack of$17,495Halso included ,vould be $570 to mamtain the Media Secretaryover thc :,llITUnCTlspecillcally to(lpen all themall that ('(lInesin---during July to thebeginningotthe Fall ScmCSICrl]\,kmbcls\}[lhtEx\;cutivtBralllJl\yill bep,oUlg lo $ptaklo lhehalll.owH:ilslJulhtBudget during the \\'cck tn followPoramQuaIlthenmadcappnintmc:nts tn theexistingExecutivepositions:--NicholasRiscllo-DircctorofFinance--AIlLllOll,YlVfaravi-IJilt:i-lorofCOlllllluuicatioll",--Kt::vinBurns-Executive Assistantto the President Brian Hurd: InlwducedtheRtptc:>clllali \ c:>rr\lllltheRegistrat's0 Hice,wholalkulalwullitent,\,rcgi:;;trattonsystem,Heck--Howlong did you knowthat henewsystemwasgoingIn take atltTt'lH,cprcsentative ...W ckJICW at the end nfDecember.Bctk-vVhywercn'tpeopleiufbnncdIhey caine backli01l1Spri.1lgBleak':'"vere :::eeing theBubbleSheetsforthe past hvosemestersprwrtnthisWe didn't knowifwewereto liseitTalkerltnaconsultant tn seeiftlH"ywereoverlookinganything priort using, it,Gotthe reassurance totry it. Uidn't chooseallllteavailableIIlcuwd;:; to getlhe.informationttl Ihe sludenls.TliedlhroughtheAdVISorCoordinatorstoget theinformation tothestudents.lieck--StlHlents didn'l know what thebubblesheetsweretorat first.Reprcsentative--lJf. Weber suggestedthisbecauseofcomplaints bythe studenl::>.Did it bu:auscofptl:ssun;s,!\1arquis..OJadthmg:;'.,'ere done legitimately,tldd/drnpRdjll
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.. Sl1bul1l1edIkllFUnmH\llH1CYandlaule:::-ipom:orcJBy: David IVhuquisBilltf2' baRl... 'aulpusSenatorsandtl1"11ref-tl'onr:ihllitH:shwheingthell" tl)ftheretor their cIHlst1tu<.:ntsandbeing111theSAComplex.Submilted By: Tkllj,unulBouncy audR,)gclsSpon:wred By:DaVId MarqUISand Shazcne Bill113:basil.:idca--Exttaspendingthe Solid SlattJazzEnsemble and lhe State Singers.Suhmitted By' 'TheSolidState.IanHnscmhk and theStateSponsored By: MarcBeck, Frisky, ["hles Stailldcllfrau, Eddie Enciso Hill tis:baSICIdca--Rn'OlnIllCndedbudgt"l hy the fHoom/Joscph AdminlstratIOJl andthe Budget Council tor the ltj1J3-94 academicyear. Subllliltcd By: Trudy E. l\:rkins, DirectorofFillallCCSpomnrcdBy:Lcsrcllc, Benjamin Bonney, Tim,1\1arc HeckHill#h'basicidca--Budgdalterations ill onkrtnfulfillPHlIIllSt:Smade dmiug Iheelecliollcampaignof Quail/Hurd. SubmittedBy: The ExecutiveBranchSponsored By:BenjaminBonney, Eddie Enciso. Vincent*"'Poinlofil1folluatioH--bilconstiluliouaJ10passbudgdauJ alIlcndit lainIn)--Yc:;itis legal. IZt:scdutionU I: ba::;ic idl.:a4Sc:ualcC"nfUCllCCRoo11l!\lascol,"Otis",and111(;chasli::;Lugofperpetratorsof,nongfully name 'IUhs".Snbmittl.':'d By: BenjaminBonneyand.lamer:kodgpt-:Sponsored By:MarcBeck,DavidMarquis, RustiLachanscLachallsc--Nolhillgcallbi:cOlUpktcwilhout a goldfish. Catlloquestionandseconded PassesgeneralconsentResolulion#2:basic idea-,Repair ofRudolphRuad.SubmittedBy'HenjHminBonneyandlHIl1e!>Rodger!>Sponsored By: MarcBeck, JZ, 'rimlkckRdiidisgarbagl:.Nccd 10 g,,:1 it fixed1/ .total agreementLJangerf\l.lstor car:, and pedestrian:, Pot holeswreckclothes.Tml-"J)mvnfightIlpJy(aUtoque.iLion and .,cCl-HlJcll1--{_

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...... PasseshygeneralRcsolulwll#3basic Hiea-Round.[(.hm softball tournament.SnbmitkdHy'1\.1aH'Ifkl,'k,S,:nec(\ HallSenat"rSponsored By:Matt.BenjaminHOlUleyMalt--What kamwiU'i\,1.arc play oni } HOIUlcy--Softball is fuu!I-kck-Can play fiJI any oftheteams It'll beInts ot lUll, BOlillCY-Yield.s toUarrow:Cau Executive Blanchplay. Beck--Yes,Pomtofmtonnatlnn--Whatarethe'timc"ofthegame,,','!'ointofclarifi(;ation--Sat andSlUl.both daysaround one o'c1o(:k l\1otionnilgem.aalcorwentBillU4:bm;icidca--Cxtra funding fiJrthe:SpeCIalUlymplcsBy: Karin [kStchmo,Director of('pumllll1ity ServiceDSponsoredBy' DavidMarquis. Benjamin BOlmey.EddieEnciso MarquH:i-'TIusissomclJulIgwmthy.Glad to secstudentsinvolved.Vii'..:shouldbe funding it. Nextpersonmakeamendmentforfunding tobechangedliOln$400 to $'i()<; whIch isthe amount neededtvtiksyields to ]ndy:-SpecialOlympicsmad".: up bauncrfin theeventBcck--Augmcnt $400 to$595Cantoquestionandsecondedl'asscsl i -0-0 13111 tr7:hflS1CIdca--Ne\vExecutIveBranchpositIOns1.0beadded tothe EXt:cutwcBoard, Submitted By:TheExecutive BranchSponsored By: Bouncy,David MarquisBonneyRas full faith in Brain (squared). itsneeded Marql1is.-Ral1(111"T'hingswinhappen",MakethingshappentViiks.Why putthison specialorders";BQ--BasicaUytoget Lhings 10 lliJ.lg ,Trudy Pcrkm;;;,V'/hcndostart'!fH)--Ac:....nnaRpo""ihk,eVf'rylhing...,ol1lin:lenlnntheapprovalofSA Trudy l'crkiu::>--Statf(:onrdinahn,villovcrpnluam:ntworkersHopesdecisionpcnwu,,aswdi1llOU).dlloul.C'all.10questionand,;ccondedPasses1" -1-I

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... ....I becausl'::J1t'ktls thatIt should11tIveneenlakenIp11l!'hedl{'illlllCilstina.BOIBillleIhe appoillllllUllhe ,va" abletoBillrVlcGuirk-Starf CoorJilllhut10r",ptct>cutIhestUtkJltt>autlllottheorganizations.Marquis--Docshesecthe position \'vorkmg withthe administratton. Hryan--Yes he does."'->-hewascontlnnedDeanWaas--'Tucsday, April 20th. SAis invited tOIlOon astimulationwith (mtro the Ilew;-;hullk Hm.It willkavc at 11o'clock infroutofHewitt. Tom..[:'; it becausethat'swhat he \-vants to ride.Hcck--Hill #;--h<: sec 1twon't passas.sSpeakers1I10l'tImportant.Transfelmom') into the account to .l!ct themfor them l'clkill,,-.Anyhillsthat\':\.J1IlC 10 SCllalt:,,)h)uldCmlltto herfil"\.ttlseciffhcIC iscnuugllmoneyfOTit.Shehopesincrease\'(orb. Motion to adjollDl.Thelstmeetingof the LegislativeSessionadjourned at 1.6 ***Note fhnn;Iclmgclerk on Apnl14, JI)()3.rmaAgee:"Pk:uwlfHgT\:eall the misspelledTlffmeSandsh'l"'pincl'sthaimayhe III th<"scminutes. Thankyon!!"

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession2ndMeeting21April1993AGENDA1.CalltoOrder2.RollCall3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.ExecutiveReportsBrianQuailBrianHurd6.FinanceReportTrudyPerkins fBi)\ 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601...7.NewBusinessBill#8,Bill Bill#10,Bill#11Resolution#4,Resolution#5,Resolution#6,Resolution#78.OldBusinessBill#1,Bill#2,Bill#3,Bill#5,Bill#69.AnnouncementsandPublicComment10.Adjournment ---------------------------

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..., ....... --StudentAssociationSenate29thLegislativeSession2ndMeeting21April1993MinutesThe2ndmeetingofthe29thLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:03PM.Theagendawasapprovedwithnoalterations.Theminuteswereapproved.ExecutiveReportsBrianQuail:IntroducedJayRubinwhotalkedaboutBill #11 whichstatesthattheVideoYearbookneeds$500tocovereditingthatneedstotakeplaceinSyracusetomaketheVideoYearbooklookbetter.Heexplainedhowpamphletsweresentouttotheparentsoftheseniors.IntroducedBrainGarrowwhotalkedabouttheforumthatwasgoingtotakeplaceonTuesday,April27withPresidentWeber.Headvisedthatthesenatorsgobacktotheirhallcouncilsorthepresidentsofthehallcouncilstogetpeopletocome.Beck:Whoaretheotherpanelists?Garrow:Moore,Santiago(onaffirmativeaction),theProvost,andothers.BrianthenmadenewappointmentstotheExecutiveBranch:FemmSteenhuis--DirectorofCorporateDevelopmentDanielStein--DirectorofStudentServicesandMarketingBQthenwentontotalkaboutapathyandcreditabilityofSAandthedirectionthathewantstomovein.-wantstobeinvolvedwithsummerorientationwiththefreshmanmorevigorously-beginningoftheFallhewantstogotoallthehallcouncils-wantstoknockon2,000doorsinresidencebuildings-willgotoeachandeveryonetoexplainwhatSAisallaboutThenhetalkedabouthowWNYOoffered15minutesegmentsoquestionscouldbeanswered.Heendedbystatingthateveryoneshouldstopcomplainingaboutapathyanddosomethingaboutit.BrianHurd:

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Passedout"theABC'sofParliamentaryProcedures"toallofthesenators.IntroducedNinaDunlapwhoexplainedwhatthebustripwasallabouttonewsenators.TheMarchissundayatnoonandthereareonlytwoseatsleftandtheycostonly$10aseat.AllinterestedpeopleshouldgetintouchwithNinaby11or12o'clocktomorrow.IntroducedJeffShadewhotalkedaboutBill#10whichdealtwithKappaDeltapiwhoareputtinganacelebrationofteachers.Kodakandothersarehelpingforthisandtheyareaskingforthehelpandsupportofeveryone.ThenhestatedthatheissurethatBrianandBrianwilldoagoodjobandhewishedthemluck.BrianthenintroducedtheTaskGroupChairs:JimRodgers--CollegeCommunityBenBonney--RecruitmentGroupBenstatedhowhewasgoingtogetthewordoutanddealwithapathy.MattLabovish--LongRangePlanningMattstatedhowhewantstohelpSAlookintothefuture.BrianthenturnedthesoftballtournamentrecruitmentovertoKevinBurns.Beck:Passingthebuckasusual.BrainthenentertainedProTempElections--ProTemptakesoverwhenBHneedstostepdown.MarcBeckbecomesProTempfortherestofthesemester.FinanceReportAccounts:--#915-$3392--#916-$1,911.29--#917-$1500Trudythentalkedaboutthebillthattalksaboutthelawsuitandthefundbalance.May16thisDirtDay--DraculaJonesplusotherswillbethere.NewBusinessBill#8:basicidea:ThepayingofMr.Ebyfromthefundbalance.Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:MarcBeckBill#9:basicidea:Theimmediateendtofundingofanyreligiousgroup.Submittedby:ChrisMount,SenecaHallSenator

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Couldbealotbetter.lastyear.cometoSenate,Senateshould 3Sponsoredby:MilesBH:Ifwedonotgetasponsorforabillitwillmakenosensetotalkaboutthebill.Bill#10:basicidea:TheEducationDepartment,KappaDeltaPi,HonoraryEducationSociety,andtheEducationClubwhowants$500tohelpdefraythecostsofacelebrationthatisbeingputonbythem.Submittedby:TheEducationClubSponsoredby:Enciso,Bonney,MountBill#11basicidea:Anallocationofmoney,$500,fromaccount915totheVisionsaccounttothecoverthecostofediting.Submittedby:JayRubin,ExecutiveProducerofVisionsSponsoredby:MarcBeckResolution#4:basicidea:EncouragethePresidentofSenatetomoveforwardandresumetheSenateTourandincreaseadvertisingofthetourandimprovecommunicationingeneral.Submittedby:BrianGarrow,SpecialProjectsCoordinatorSponsoredby:JZ,Matt,Ben,ChrisJZ--Greatidea.Matt--Getmorepeopletoturnout.Ben--Hefullysupportsit.HewentChris--Greatidea.Studentsdonotgotothem.DeanWass.--Greatidea.Scheduleit.Doit!Miles--Wasn1tverysuccessful.Doitanddoitright.Manypeopledidn1tcome.Beck--Hatedit.Didn1tlikerunningfrombuildingtobuilding.CalltoquestionMotionforgeneralconsent**onlyforbillsandresolutionswithoutmoneyinvolved--generalconsentResolution#5:basicidea:ShowingourgratitudetothesecretariesintheSAofficeonSecretary1sDay.Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:David,Marc,BenDavid--Passitbyacclimation.Marc--Theydoawonderfuljob.CalltoquestionMotionforacclimationResolution#6:basicidea:Thanksforthestudentsthatwereinvolvedwithearthday.Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:Enciso,JZEnciso--Lotsofdedicatedpeoplefortheenvironment.JZ--EarthDayisanimportantday.Gladtoseeit.

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societywherequotasexist.Facultythestudentbody.Quotasshouldbeusedasalastresort.amajorityofwomenandminoritiesforCalltoquestionMotionforacclimationResolution#7:basicidea:Supporttheeffortofhiringatleasttenpersonsofcolor.Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:Enciso,JZ,Ben,Chris,Enciso--Mustmakeacommitment.Bringthemout.Makethe FacuJty liketheworld,colorful.JZ--Improvediversity.Ben--Preparingusfortherealworld.Mount--Liketoseeusstandcolorfully,ethnicallytogether.Beck--Strongagainstquotas.Wouldliketoseemorepeopleofcolorbutwon'tsupportitbecauseofthecallforaquota.Rachel--Thesearetenmorepeoplewhodidn'thaveachance.Peopleofcolorandwomendon'tusuallyhavethischance.Ifyouwanttogetthingsdone,youhavetodoitnow.Chris--Quotasfromwhathehearsisillegal.Marquis--Endsjustifythemeans.Wewant.asmanyasyoucanget.Changethewordingtogetridofthequotas**Milesstartedtomakeanamendmenttotheresolutionbuttherewasanobjectiontoit.Bonney--SadweliveinashouldrepresentMount--AgreeswithBeck.Suggesttheyseekthesepositions.Enciso--Differentpointsofviewsiswhatdiversity is allabout.Changethewaythecampusworks.Takea strong stance.Rachel--Lookingatthestatisticsfrom1981,onewomanwithtenurewascolored.Theseproportionsareoutofwhack.Timefacultydoessomethings.(Betsystated) moreambiguouswordingthanthisnow.Worditsothereisnoquotas.Beck--QuotedMartinLutherKingJr'sspeech--apart of it-Hewouldsupportaresolutionthatdidnothaveaquotainit.Delles--PeopleareexcludingpeoplewhoareGayand **therewasanotherattempttoamendthisresolutionbutyetagainitwasoblectedtoEnciso--FindingapoolisnotthesameasgivingaspecificNumber.Motiontomovethequestion*two-thirdsvoteisneededtopassitDebatewasendedbyavoteof17-1-1MotionforrollcallvotePasses11-7-2(abstainedbyJZandDavid)OldBusinessBill#1:*Marquiswithdrewhissponsorshipbasicidea:ExecutiveBranchmembersbeingatmeetingsweekly,exceptwhenotherSAbusinesskeepsthemaway.Submittedby:BenjaminBonneyandJamesRodgersSponsoredby:MarcBeck 1-1

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...,.,... 1'BenmadeamotiontohavetheBilltabled.Passes**thebillwastabledBill#2:basicidea--Off-campusSenatorsandtheirresponsibilitiesforbeingtherefortheirconstituentsandbeingintheSAComplex.Submittedby:BenjaminBonney,JamesRodgersSponsoredby:Marquis,JZDavid--Weshouldpassthis.Itisintherightdirection.Itgivestheoff-campussenatorsalittlemoreresponsibilites.JZ--Thiswillhelp.CalltoquestionPassesgeneralconsentBill#3:basicidea:ExtraspendingmoneyfortheSolidStateJazzEnsembleandtheStateSingerstobuynewequipment.**motiontowaivethereadingofthebill.Submittedby:TheSolidStateEnsembleandtheSolidStateSingersSponsoredby:Beck,Frisky,Miles,EncisoCalltoquestionPasses17-3-0Bill#5:basicidea:RecommendedbudgetbytheBloom/JosephAdministrationandtheBudgetCouncilforthe1993-94academicyear.Submittedby:TrudyE.Perkins,DirectorofFinanceSponsoredby:Lyserene,BenjaminBonney,Tim,MarcBeckCalltoquestionPasses19-1-1Bill#6:basicidea:BudgetalterationsinordertofulfillpromisesmadeduringtheelectioncampaignofQuail/Hurd.Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredBy:Bonney,Enciso,VincentEddie--Goingforcosteffective.Ben--Brian(squared)goingahead.Fullysupportit.David--Studentselectedthem.Theyareworthatleasttheamounttheyareaskingfor.**pointofinformationhappenedandthereweresometalkonit.CalltoquestionPasses16-3-0PublicCommentBH:Softballteamlookspitiful,seehim. Miles: Wordingofresolution#7waswhatpeoplewasagainst. 5

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Kevin--Obstainingmakespeoplelookliketheyhavenobackbone.Garrow--Getpeopleto"AskPres.Weber"ontuesday.Tryudy--ShewillbesteppingwithhersistersinAKAcomeandseeher.Ben--GetintotheSAofficeandscheduleofficehours.MotiontoadjournThe2ndmeetingofthe29thLegislationwasadjournedat1:50.****NotefromtheactingclerkonApril21,1993,TinaAgee:OnceagainIwouldaskthatyouforgiveallthemisspelledwordsinthetextoftheminutes. ....___.__-_..-.__",. ._.__--.,._.__._._-----

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession3rdMeeting28April1993AGENDAI l3b \ 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601 123.4. 5.6 "7 I. 8.9.10.* ....-.. CalltoOrderRollCallApprovalofAgendaApprovalofMinutesExecutiveReportsBrianQuailBrianHurdFinanceReportTrudyPerkinsNewBusinessSpecialOrdersBill#12,Resolution#8OldBusinessBill #8, Bill#9,Bill#10,Bill#11AnnouncementsandPublicCommentAdjournment

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationSenate29thLegislativeSession3rdMeeting28April1993MinutesA r 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601--.-----_..__._._------_._ -----> The3rdmeetingofthe29thLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:07PM.Theagendawasapprovedwithnoalterations.Theminuteswereapproved.ExecutiveReportBrianQuail:Hehadalottocover.As aresultofResolution#7,whichwassenttotheFacultyAssembly,therewasaheavydiscussionoverit.ButthediscussionthatwentoninSenatewasbetterandmoredignifiedthantheonethere.Theyarewillingtoentertainaresolutiononhumandiversity.HethentalkedaboutSpeakOutwithPres.Weber.HewantedtothankBrianGarrow,TinaAgee,LynneDelles,JenLonge,Coalition.About125peopleattended,wentapproximately2hoursand45minutes.Therewasalotofpositivereactionstothewholething.Thereisalistofcampuscommitteesinwhichstudentscansiton.IntroducedNinaDunlapwhotalkedabouttheMarchonWashington.ShesaidthatitwentwellandtheybroughtouttheAIDSQuilt.ParentsandfriendsaswellasGays,andLesbiansattended.TheIndigoGirls,PhilDonahue,andothersweretherespeaking.ToldofhowPresidentWeberendedupwritingapersonalcheckfor$2100forthebus.TalkedabouttwooftheBillsthatwerecominginfrontofSenate.OnBill#8--thepaymentofthelawyer--hewantedtoseetheamendmentbyTrudymadeandthebilltableduntilnextweek.OnBill#9--thefundingofreligiousgroups--hewantedtothankChrisMountfordoingtheresearchonthegroups.HelettheSenateknowthatthejurisdictiondidnotliewiththeSenatebutwiththecourts.Thelawyerdidnotfindanyproblemwiththesegroups.Iftheydidnothaveanapprovedconstitution,wewouldfreezetheiraccounts.

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BrianthentalkedaboutthesoftballgameandhowtheywerereviewingforthenextDirectorofALANAAffairs.BrianHurd:IntroducedJoeLawlorwhotalkedabouthowtheyhadalotofmoneyleftoverinmaintenanceaccountandhowtheywantedtotransferthemoneynowintotheBroadcastOperationssothattheycouldbuytheAmiga4000fortheVideoToaster.Iftheydidnotbuyitbyfridaythepricewouldgoupto$700.HethentalkedaboutBill#10--theEducationClubevent.Hegavethedateandthetimeoftheevent--Thursday,May6that9:30-2:00intheHewittUnionHethentalkedaboutmeetingwiththeTaskForceChairs,talkafterthemeetingtonight.Bonney--Off-campussenatorsgivehimyourofficehoursafterthemeeting.FinanceReportAccounts:#915--$3392#916--$1911.29#917--$1000Bill#8--NeedsanamendmentSpecialordersBill#12--themoneyleftinaccountshelpsmeetadlines.NewBusinessSpecialordersBill#12:basicidea:TransferofmoneyforWTOPSubmittedby:WTOPSponsoredby:Beck,JZ,TimBeck--yieldedtoLawlorwhostatedhowtheAmigadoesn'tfitintothethreeyearplan,thisistheonlywaytogetit.IncreaseduseoftheAmigahashelped(Beck)JZ--Joesaysmoneyisthere.Weneedtogetthetoolstohelpstudentsbepreparedfortherealworld.Tim--NameVideoToasteriswierd,butitisafantastictool.Ifyougooutintovideo,youwillneedtouseToaster.Amigaisneededtorunit.Itcanbringlotsofrevenue.Educationalpurposestoo.BQ--Ifyouvoteno,youdon'tsavemoney--pricegoesupin2days.Canbuyitinthefall,butcostcomesfromSA.WTOPhasmoneyintheiraccounts.IfIwasGM,I'dlookforwaystobuythingswithoutgoingtoSenate.BenefitsCommunicationsdepartmentalso.Marquis--Thisiseducational.Whypenalizethembecauseoftheirshortonadline.Givethemthetransfer.Labovich--Transfer$1308forcomputer--where'stherestLawlor--Itisalreadyin606.Labovich--ToasterpartoforseparatefromAmiga.Lawlor--Itis part of3yearplan.

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Calltoquestion*byBenBonneyPasses21-0-0Resolution#8:basicidea:ThankyoutoLynnDellesSubmittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:Marquis,Beck,Bonney,MountMarquis--Sheworkedhard.Didagreatjob.Enjoyedworkingwithher.Beck--Ditto.PartofwhyvoterturnoutwassohighinMarch.Bonney--DittoMount--AlwaysintheofficetoanswerquestionsBQ--PutinManyhours.Greatcrisismanagementabilities.BighelpinDougWaterburyPressConference.She'llbe mi$sed. Bonney--FriendlyamendmenttoaddB.tohername.Calltoquestion*byMattLabovichPassedbyacclamation Qa-Bas:i:Ress Bill#8:basicidea:ThepayingofMr.Ebyfromthefund balance. Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:MarcBeckBeck--AddtheamendmentthatTrudysuggestedthentableit.Marquis--MadeTrudy'samendment"BeitenactedauthorizesPresidenttooverspendinaccount915topayforMr.Ebyby1000dollars."Bell--Pointofinformation---whatiscaseabout?BQ--Pointofclarification---itinvolvestapedconversationwithBobNatoliandJimRuggioin1991MayorElection.EbyismakingmotionsayingSAwasnotinthewrong.Bonney--motiontotablethebill.MotionSecondedBill#8istabledBill#9:basicidea:Theimmediateendtofundingofanyreligiousgroup.Submittedby:ChrisMount,SenecaHallSenatorSponsoredby:MylesSiedenfrau**hewithdrewhissponsorshipandMattLabovichsponsorsitbecausehebelievesinit.Marquis--IdidresearchanddisagreewiththepointsmadebyChrisMountforthereasonsdetailed.(onhishand-out)*hestatedsomecourtcasesSeidenfrau--pointofinformation---Aren'twe astatefundedschool--don'twerepresentthestate?Marquis--SAmoneynotstatemoney.Mount--Billarose2daysafterIstarted.Ilookedintothisandresearchedit.Wearenotstateorfederalgovernmet,butthatdoesn'texemptusfromtheirlaws.Labovich--Taxpayers moneyshould notgotofundreligiousgroups.

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BQ--Don'tchastizeMount,applaudhimand We'veneverturnedanyoneawayandmembershipisopentoallinallgroups.Bonney--MotiontosendbilltocommitteeMarquisobjectsBonney--Movetocommittee14-6-0Bill#10:basicidea:TheEducationDepartmentwants$500tohelpdefraycostsof celernration. Submittedby:TheEducationClubSponsoredby:Enciso,Bonney,MountEnciso--Ibelieveweshouldpromoteandparticipateineducationweshouldsupportthismovement.Bonney--HelpouthighschoolerswiththisbillMount--Ditto.Weshouldbeconcerendwiththenextgeneration.BQ--ThisisaservicetothecommunityCalltoquestion*byMylesMotionwassecondedPasses20-0-0Bill#11:Basicidea:Anallocationofmoney, $500, fran account915totheVisionsaccounttocoverthecostofediting. Subnitted by:JayRubin,ExecutiveProducerofVisionsSponsoredby:Marc Beck BeckyieldedtoJaywhotalkedabout hCM Visionswasgoing***therewasalotoftalkontheentireissueLyserenecalledittogotoquestion*therewasanobjectionMovetoquestionEnddebate18-1-0Onbill#119-12-0PublicCommentMr.Marquis--Icareaboutstudentempowerment.Wantstochairfthecommitteethatbill#9wassentto.Mr.Bryan--SadthatwefailedVisions.Bynotfundingthis,wearefuelingapathy.Ms.Delles--Thanksfortheresolution.WishedTonyluck.Mr.Labovich--I'mnotdenyingthatRubindidalotofwork,butwealreadyputinthe Ifthisworks,let'sfunditmorenextyear.Mr.Hurd--Wemadetherightdecisionbysendingthebilltoacommittee.Mr.Mount--Iapplaudsenateforsendingthebilltoacommittee.Hewantstoserveonthecommittee.Ms.Holcomb--Iwasunawareofabstainingrules.Weneedapacketfornewsenators.DeanWassenaar--Gooddecisiononcommitteeforbill#9.Weneedstudentstogetinvolved.Mr.Burns--Pleaseseehimifyouwanttosignupforacommittee.Mr.Bonney--NoattackintendedtoJZ.Weapoligize.MotiontoadjournThe3rdmeetingof the 29thLegislationwasadjournedat8:05

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993AGENDA1.CalltoOrder2.Ro11Ca113.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.ExecutiveReportsBrianQuailBrianHurd6.FinanceReportTrudyPerkins w',! {)iJ \ 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151 7.NewBusinessResoltuion#9,Resolution#10Resolution#11,Resolution#12,Resoltuion#13,Resolution#148.SpecialOrdersBill#13,Bill#14,Bill#15,Bill #16> Bill#179.AnnouncementsandPublicComment10.Adjournment

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssoclatlonStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5 May1993Minutes211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601 The4thmeetingofthe29thLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:10PM.Therewasamotiontolowerquorumto15.(Itpassed)" TherewasanamendmenttotheagendabecauseBill#18neededtobeaddedtoit.Theagendawasthenpassed.TherewasanamendmenttotheminutesbecauseSenatorMarquiswantedhisstatementfromlastweektobeputintotheminutes, theywere.Theminuteswerethenpassed.ExecutiveReportBrianQuail:IntroducedKevinBurnswhotalkedaboutBill#14,15,16.HestatedthatwithsenatorsontheBudgetCouncilwasillegal.Bill#14wasjuststatingwhoshouldbeontheBudgetCouncilandwhohadvotes.Bill#15wasrequestingthatthePresidentandtheDirectorofFinanceshouldgettogetherandtalkaboutthebudgetbeforeitwassubmittedbeforetheSenate.Bill#16wasrequiringtheSenatorstotakethebudgetandwiththecompletedbreakdowntakeitbacktotheirhalls.Tim:Whyisillegal?Kevin:Therewasalawmadein1989thatmadeitunconstitutional.HethenintroducedKevinJuandoowhospokeonculturaleventthatisgoingtotakeplaceinSeptember.Itisagoodwaytogettheyearstartedoff.Theywon'thavetimetogettotheHallCouncilsinSeptember.Beck:WillthisbeinplaceoftheALANAConference.Kevin:Noitwillenhanceit.Itwillbeakickoff.TheywillworkwiththeALANAConference.Beck:Dowehavethefunding?Trudy:Yes.BQ:Wedon'twanttosetaprecedent.Hopesthispasses.BrianthentalkedabouttheStudentServiceSurvey.HewantthemtobereturnedtoDan.HethenmadeappointmentstotheAuxilaryServiceBoard:

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BenBonney,PierreSalizar,JeffKuryla,FemmSteenhuisHethenwishedpeopleleaving'Farewell',andthathewillseetheonesthatarestayinginthefall.BrianHurd:OpenthefloorfornominationstotheAuxilaryServiceBoard.A.DavidMarquiswasnominatedandreappointedtotheboard.DavidMarquisthenwasintroducedandhetalkedabouttheAdHocCommitteethatwasformedfortheBillonthereligiousgroups.Peopleinterestedshouldlookforanymaterialinwritingthatwillhelpthecause.Theywanttoformopinionsbasedonfacts.BH:TheCo-ChairsofthecommitteeareDavidandChris.ThankedeveryoneforcomingtosenateandshowedtheplaguethatwasmadeforTom.FinanceAccounts:#915--$2392#916--$11.25#917--$1000 ",,-,,,'.. Bill#13willsetnoprecedentbecausetheaccountissupposedtoshowabalanceofzeroattheendoftheyear.NewBusinessResolution#9:basicidea:RecognitionofTarshelBeardsSubmittedby:TheExecutiveBoardSponsoredby:NinaandTomNina:Tarshelisafantasticpersonwhoworkshard.Tom:Everyoneshouldbecommended.CalltoquestionPassesgeneralconsent.Resolution#10:basicidea:RecognitionofFaezaJivanjeeSubmittedby:TheExecutiveBoardSponsoredby:DavidandAlanDavid:Eagertocongratulateher.Alan:Lotsofhardworkforactivitiesfairstogoonsmoothlyandshedidagreatjob.Wishedherluck.CalltoquestionPassesgeneralconsent.Resolution#11:basicidea:RecognitionofTomLonnquistSubmittedby:TheExecutiveBoardSponsoredby:Marquis,Beck,DunlapMarquis:HasrespectforTom.Reallytunedin,notatraditional'stooge'.

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.. Beck:Goingtobemissed.Knewhisstuff.Gavenineyearstothisschool.Dunlap:WithoutTom'shelpGALAandherselfweregivenlotsofsupportandwouldnothavemadesuchanimpactthewaythattheydid.Willbemissed.Kury1a:KnowsTomsincehehasbeenhere.Somethingshavebeensuccesses.Lotsofhardworkandenergy.Wisheshimthebest.De11es:Wantstobehisassistant.Ricci:yieldedtoDan whothankedhimforeverything.CalltoquestionMotionforacclamation.Resolution#12:basicidea:RecognitionofJenniferLongeSubmittedby:LynnDe11esSponsoredby:Beck,DunlapBeck:Resolutionsaysitall.Bestofluck.Dunlap:Jenisgreat.Workedveryhard.She'sgreat.De11es:Allthelittlethingsthatsheneededtobedone,Jenwastheretodoit.Wishedherthebestofluck.Marquis:Playsreallygoodsoftball.CalltoquestionMotionforacclamation.Resolution#13:basicidea:RecognitionofTrudyPerkinsSubmittedby:TheExecutiveBoardSponsoredby:Corrine,Lysrene,Lynn,NinaCorrine:Greatperson,willmissher.Lysrene:BestFinanceDirector.Doesherappeals.Loveher.Lynn:Loadsofpaperwork.DirectorofFinanceisamessyjob.Stucktoherguns.Thanksforthat.Nina:WatchedwhatDirectorofFinancedid.Trudysisafantasticjob.Kury1a:yieldedtoFemmwhowishedherlotsofluck.Shewasthe5thDirectorofFinancehehasseen.Didahellofajob.Deservesalotofcredit.Wishesherwell.DeanWass:Knewwhatshehadtodoandshewouldbeofftodoit.Agoodperson.CalltoquestionMotionforacclamation.Resolution#14:basicidea:RecognitionofLionelLeeSubmittedby:TrudyPerkins,DirectorofFinanceSponsoredby:LysreneandAlanLysrene:Doesawonderfuljob.Bestofluck.Alan:Hewasatreasurerandhedidn'talwaysagreewithLionel.Wishedhimthebestofluck.Kury1a:Isalwayshere,andhappy.Doneagreatjob.Perkins:KnownLionelfor4years.Alwaysaround.Willbeagreatloss.Korene:Verydedicated.

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> L,CalltoquestionMotionforacclamation.SpecialOrdersBill#13:basicidea:TheencumberingofmoneytounderwriteaneventonSeptember5th.Submittedby:TheExecutiveBoardSponsoredby:LysreneandEddieLysrene:Bringsallclubstogether.Needtosupportit.Eddie:Servingstudentsintherightway.Korene:Peoplearen'taware.Makesthemfeelmoreathome--thefreshman.Marquis:#915?--IsthiscomingfromSAnotALANA?Perkins:ALANAdoesn'thaveanaccount.CalltoquestionPasses17-0-0Bill#14:basicidea:ThevotingrightsatBudgetCouncil.Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:MarquisMarquis:Progresswevotedfor.Perkins:DoesthePresidenthavethepowertochangethewholething?BQ:Presidentwouldhavetonotethechange.**Therewasamotionforcalltoquestionthatwasobjectedto.Eddie:Wheredoesitsaywherewesenatorsgetthebudget?BQ:InthebillthatfollowsCalltoquestionPasses17-0-0Bill#15:basicidea:PowerofthePresidenttoalterthebudgetpriortosenateconsiderationandthensubmitacopytosenate.Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:JZandDavidJZ:willclearalotofthingsup.Makethingsaloteasier.David:Supportsideabehindit.Doesn'timpingeonsenatepower.CalltoquestionPasses16-1-0Bill#16:basicidea:RequirementthatallSenatorsbegivenacompletebreakdownofthebudget.Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:JZ,Alan,Tom,MelissaJZ:Constituentswillmakeknowledgedecisions.Alan:Giveinformationweneedtoknow.Tom: Mucheasier.Benefitstheconstituents.

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Melissa:Supportsit.Feelsitisnecessary.Beck:Abouttimetoseethis.Itisanecessity.Alan:Pointofinformation--Willcomeafterchangesfrompresident?Kevin:Yes.**Therewasacalltoquestionbuttherewasanobjection.Kuryla:Whatisabreakdown?BQ:Itwillbeanaccountlisting.Thedocumentwillbelessthan40pages.CalltoquestionPasses16-1-0Bill#17:basicidea:TransferofmoneyintotheOCAaccountSubmittedby:OCAandLOCOSponsoredby:MarquisandEddieMarquis:Thisisgreat.Off-Campusstudentsshouldlikeitbecausetheyaregettingthingsdone.Eddie:Let'sgetthemsomecomputers.Kuryla:He'stheDirectorofOCAandtheircomputersdon'thaveprinters.Askingtomakeamotiontomovemoneyfromaccount#917to#916totheiraccount.Beck:Friendlyamendment:fromaccount#917to#916to#819.CalltoquestionPasses17-0-0Bill#18:basicidea:TransferoffundsforSAVACinto#870.Submittedby:SAVACSponsoredby:MarquisandBeckMarquis:Dousagreatservice.Gladtheywerethereforhimwhenheneededthem.Beck:It'stheirmoney,letthemhaveit.Kuryla:Askingtodosomethingworthwild.Lettransferhappen.CalltoquestionPasses17-0-0TherewasamotiontobringBill #8 offofthetable.Bill#8:basicidea:PaymentofMr.Eby.Beck:Itwillcostabout$1000.Itisbetterthanmillions.JZ:Stayinhisgoodgraces.BQ:Don'twanttospendthemoneybutwehavenootherchoice.

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, .CalltoquestionPasses16-0-0PublicComment:Bell:Thanksforthetransfer.Thankandwishgraduatingseniorsbestofluck.Beck:Nostalgicweekforhim.LastSenatemeeting.Showsomededication.MotionforadjournmentThe4thmeetingofthe29thLegislativeSessionwasadjournedat7:10.

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-TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 6th Meeting 8 September 1993AGENDA1. CalltoOrder2.Approval of Agenda3.Approval of Minutes A ., 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601 .. 4.Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd5.Finance Report Nick Rosello6.New Business Bill #19 Bill #267.Announcements and Public Comments8.Adjournment -----------. ------_._--------------,._-----"'---------

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STATEUNlVERSIlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576 ill' Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 6th Meeting 8 September 1993MINUTESThe 6th Meetingofthe 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:05pm. The agenda was approved. The minutes were approved. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Brian Quail: Introduced new NYPIRG Project Coodinator Elizabeth Barrett. Elizabeth Barrett: We will working on these projects: Register to vote Lead Poisoning Awareness Small Claims Court There will be a General Interest Meeting on 9/21 at 7:30pm, Rm. 212Hu. Brian Quail: Introduced Darryl Hillary (Chief Justice) who swore in new Senators. Darryl was sworn in as Chief Justiceofthe Supreme Court. Introduced Kevin Jaundoo as DirectorofALANA. Spoke on bills in packet: -Natoli-Ruggio Update: The bottomline is that the lawsuit will continue, however the outlook is good because the three major charges were dropped in the suit. -Unanticipated Historical Debt: We owe Centro approximately $29,000. Centro is being very cooperative with us as far as a payment schedule.Weneed to change our spending patternstobalance one year spending and future spending. Our spending ._-------

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-2patterns have, in recent years, typified "me, me" and "now, now" spending.Ourbalance sheets must balance at endofyear.-Weneed to acknowledge SA Comer Store employees. I signed an Executive Order topaythem $4.25 insteadof$3.25. -Franchisement Initiative: We should include graduate students andpart time students in SA. All SUNY sister colleges include grads andpItstudents.Theyneed check cashing and voting rights. -Student Services Update: In the past six years the fee derived revenue increased 68%. Non-fee derived revenue increased only 1 %. Renovations that we have planned will belp augment non-fee revenue. Brian Hurd:-Weshould elect a pro tempore. (A. David Marquis only nomination; he was appointed.) -Anyone interested in sitting in on interviews for Hewitt Union seemelater. -Jeff Johnson is available for infonnation on government internships. -Please sign up for the Task Group you might be interested in. -I received a fax fromTomLonquist. (It was read aloud.) DIRECTOROFFINANCE REPORT Nick Rosello: DirectorofFinanceSamYi: Assistant DirectorofFinance Hope Adams: Assistant DirectorofFinance Jason Ferber: Assistant DirectorofFinance Nick Rosello: Acct. #915=$3,000 Acct. #916 (Fixed Assets)=$12,5000 Acct.#914(Contingency)=$2,677 Fund Balance is approximately $125,000 $134,000. There will be a treasurer's meeting at 4:00pm Friday. Budget hearings will be Sept. 24 inRm212 HU, Sept. 25 in 223HUfrom 8:00am 12:45pm.

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-'-3-NEWBUSINESS Note: Bills #19 26 were submitted by the Executive Branch BILL #19 Sponsored by Alan Bell, David Marquis, Tim Ferlito Dean Wassenaar: The term regularly enrolled is a little vague. Bill #20 Sponsored by Tim Ferlito Diane Lechner: Is this going to be a mandatory fee? Steve Amato: Motion to waive the reading and sumarize the Bill. Motion passed. > .IBill #21 Bill #22 Bill #23 Bill #24 Bill #25 Bill #26 Bill #27 Sponsored by Steve Amato and David Marquis Sponsored by David Marquis Sponsored byTimFerlito Sponsored by Steve Amato, J.Z. Holcomb Sponsored by David Marquis Sponsored by Alan Bell, Melissa Vincent Sponsored by Tim Ferlito PUBLIC COMMENT ,'" Dean Wassenaar will speak about about college's Strategic Planning Document Sept. 14&15in the Formal Lounge. Dr. Keeling was an excellent speaker.Hewas on campus this week. Meeting adjourned approximately 7:05.

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STATEUNIVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswego Senate29thLegislativeSession6thMeeting22September1993AGENDA1.CalltoOrder2.ApprovalofAgenda3.ApprovalofMinutes4.ExecutiveReportsBrianQuai 1BrianHurd5.FinanceReportNickRosello6.NewBusinessBill #28, Bill #29 eSpecialOrders)7.OldBusinessBill # 19-Bill #27 8.AnnouncementsandPublicComments9.Adjournment



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession1stMeeting14April1993Resolution til 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315)341-3601 .-,-. WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,theStudentAssociationhaslongbeeninneedofaconferenceroom;andtheconferenceroomcouldnotbeconsideredcompletewithoutanofficialconferenceroommascot;andthesenatespecialadhocCommitteeonMascotProcurementhasrecentlyobtainedagoldfishtoactinthecapacityofofficialsenateconferenceroommascot;thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthegoldfishbehereinreferredtoas"Otis".Beitfurtherresolvedthatreferringtothegoldfishinanyothermannerthatn"Otis"(i.e."Goldy"or"FishyFishy")willbecauseforasevereandvociferouschastisingupontheperpetratorbythechairoftheadhocMascotProcurementCommittee.SUBMITTEDBY: SPONSORED BY:BenjaminBonneyandJamesRodgersMarcBeck,DaveAlweiss,RussLaChanseSENATEACTIONPassedGeneralConsent /-)['1/74' BrianPresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril15,1993 '-/-ITDatSigned oy President

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession1stMeeting14April1993Resolution 1/2 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,RudolphRoad(theroadinfrontoftheLakesideresidencehalls)isindisrepair;andthepotholesinthatroadcancauseseriousdamagetoautomobiles;andthepotholescancauseadrivertotemporarilylosecontrolofone'svehicle,endangeringpedestrians;thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthecollegebeurgedtorepairtheroadassoonaspossible.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:BenjaminBonneyandJamesRodgersBarcBeck,J.Z.Holcombe,TimPerlitoSENATEACTIONPassedGeneralConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril15,1993 /)c < /71t7]

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....rTUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession1stMeeting14April1993Resolution if3 A T 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,theweatherhasfinallystartedtoimproveinOswegoandSpringhasarrived;andspringbringsthereturnofsoftball;andWTOPhaschallengedtheStudentAssociation,aswellastheOswegonianandWNYOtoaround-robinsoftballtournament;andround-robingamesaretentativelyslatedforSaturdayandSunday,April24and25,withachampionshipgamescheduledforSunday,May2;andparticipatinginthiseventwillbeagreaticebreakerfornewsenatorstomeetat;andsoftballisfun;andtheSenatedoesnotwanttolooklikeabunchofwimpsandbackdownfromthischallenge;thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothattheSenateacceptsthischallengeandwillfieldateamforthisroundrobinsoftballtournamentwiththeMediaCenter.BeitfurtherresolvedthatthePresidentoftheSenatebeinchargeofrecruitingplayersforthistournament.BeitfinallyresolvedthattheSenatebelievesitwillcrushtheMediaCenterandwinthetournament.SUBMITTEDBY:MarcJ.Beck,SenecaHallSenatorSPONSOREDBY:BenBonney,MatthewLabovich

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Page2Resolution#3SENATE ACTIONPassedGeneralConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril15,1993

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....-, SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswego Senate 29thLegislativeSession2ndMeeting21April1993Resolution 1/4 211HewittUnion Oswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS . WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITTEDBY:SPON SOREDBY:inthepast,theStudentAssociationhadtakenstepstocommunicatewithandinvolvestudentsnotregularlyassociatedwithSA,Bndthe"senatetour"whereweeklymeetingswerescheduledatvariousresidencehallswasonesuchattempttoreach students; anddespitelowattendanceinthepast,thistravelingforumhasthepotentialtobecomeavitallinkbetweenSAandstudentconcerns;andwithincreasedandimprovedadvertising,SAcouldincreasemeetingattendancesignificantly;andthenewadministrationhasalreadytakenstepstonarrowthegapandimproveSA/studentcommunicationlines;thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatSenatefullysupportthisinitiativeandencouragethePresidentofSenatetomoveforwardandresumethe"SenateTour."BeitfurtherresolvedthatSenateshallencourageallattemptstoincreaseadvertisingofthetourandallattemptstoimprovecommunicationsingeneral.BrianGarrow,SpecialProjectsCoordinatorMattLabovich,J.Z.Holcomb,ChrisMount,BenBonneySENATE ACTIONPassedGeneralConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril23,1993

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession2ndMeeting21Aprill993AT o 0/8 b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Resolution115WHEREAS, WHEREAS,todayisthedaywhenthecountryrecognizesitsofficeemployeesviaProfessionalSecretary'sDay;andtheStudentAssociationrealizestheimportanceofitsfull-timeemployeef;therefore Be itresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateofthe Statp. UniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatwehonorthenon-studentemployeesmentionedbelowbyshowingourgratitudeforalltheirhardworkanddedication.Non-studentemployees:CyndiaDonovan-BookkeeperLizMcGrath-SecretaryMaryJoFord-ReceptionistJoanTorres-MediaReceptionistSUBMITTEDBY: SPONSORED BY:TheExecutiveBranchDavidMarquis,MarcBeck,BenBonney -SENATE ACTIONPassedbyAcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril23,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession2ndMeeting21April1993A I o ., . Glo ... 0j (3b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Resolution 116 WHEREAS, WHEREAS,EarthDayisanannualcelebrationandcommemorationofthedependencyhumanbeingshavetotheearth;andtheStudentAssociationconstitutionmandatesthattheAssociationacttoeducateandservethecampuscommunity;thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthosestudentsparticipatinginEarthDayactivitiesbecommendedandthankedfortheirdedication.BeitfurtherresolvedthattheSenateconfirmscommittmenttopromotingabetterenvironment.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:TheExecutiveBranchEdEnciso,J.Z.Holcomb, -,-SENATEACTIONPassedGeneralConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril23,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident

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211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601AT
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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession3rdMeeting28April1993Resolution 118 211HewittUnion Oswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,LynnB.DelleshasservedtheStudentAssociationasDirectorofCommunicationsforthe28thLegislativeSession;andthepositionofDirectorofCommunicationsisathanklessjobrequiringnumeroushoursofservice;andMs. Delle8 hasworkeddiligentlyonseveralprojectsincludingthepreparationofthe"NewStudentRecord",promotionoftheAll-CampusElection,andmor e: andMs.Del1eswasinstrumentalinthepassageoftheSAReferendumbypromotingandadvertisingtheimportanceofSAthroughoutthecampus'andMs.Delleshandledthispositionwithaplombandtheutmostprofessionalism:thereforeBeitresolvedthatStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoapplaudLynnDellesforheroutstandingcontributionstotheStudentAssociationandwishherwellinfutureendeavours,SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY.TheExecutiveBranchA.DavidMarquis,MarcBeck,BenBonney,ChrisMountSENATEACTIONPassedbyAcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril29/1993 1"\ \.17 {:i'lUIM.'IJdI.(,C Brian Quail, SAPresident Cil!7,l 2'1/qq?Dace Signed by President

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993 ,) .. 0 18b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601Resolution 119 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSORED BY:TarshelBeardshasservedtheStudentAssociationdiligentlyduringthe28thLegislativeSessionasDirectorofALANAAffairs;andMs.BeardswasinstrumentalintheorganizationoftheKwanzaCelebrationheldoncampusthisyear;andherhardworkanddedicationhasmade a differencetotheAssociation;thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothanksTarshelBeardsforherhardworkandwishesherluckinfutureendeavors.TheExecutiveBranchNinaDunlap,TomCalogeraSENATE ACTIONPassedGeneralConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMay6,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident DatelSignedoy President

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-TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993A rf"(+)(V .0 u i..JJ..S'-J ..... .;-.) .a186\211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315)341-3601Resolution 1110 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY:FaezaJivanjeehsservedtheStudentAssociationduringthe28thLegislativeSessionasDirectorofStudentActivities;andduringhertimeinthispositionFaezamanagedtoputontwoActivityFairs;thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothanksFaezaforherhardworkandwishesherluckinherfutureendeavors.TheExecutiveBranchA.DavidMarquis,AlanBellSENATE ACTIONPassedGeneralConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May6,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May 1993 AT ,) 0/ e6 \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Resolutiontt11WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY:ThomasLonnquisthascontinuallyproventhatheisastudentadvocateasadvisortotheSenate;andTomhasauniqueandrareknackforunderstandingandaddressingstudentconcerns;andTomisleavingSUNYOswegoafternineyearsofdiligenceandhardworkforagreatopportunityattheUniversityofNewHampshire;andhisadviceandpersonalitywillbesorelymissedbythisbody;thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatonthistheoccasionofhislastSenatemeetingthatThomasLonnquistbeapplaudedforhislonghoursanddedicationtothestudentsofSUNYOswego.BeitfurtherresolvedthatthisbodywishTomthebestashemoveson.Goodluck,Tom.TheExecutiveBranchA.DavidMarquis,Marc BeCK, NinaDunlapSENATEACTIONPassedbyAcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May6,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident A1tL,..b)Iqq3 byPresident

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993 A T ,-). 018b\211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Resolution1112WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:thepositionofAssistantDirectorofCommunicationsis a newone and requiresgreatskillsinwritingandresearch;andJenniferLongehasdoneanexcellentandefficientjobinfulfillingthepositiontoitshighestpotential;andMs.Longehelpedhandlethepublicityforsuchprojectsasthe1993SAAllCampusElections,the"NewStudentRecord",theSpringOrientationforincomingstudents,andtheForumwithPresidentWeberwiththeutmostprofessionalismandinsight;thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork College OswegothatMs.Longebethankedgenerouslyforherserviceandwishherthebestofluckinallofherfutureendeavorsuponhergraduation.LynnDellesMarcBeck,NinaDunlapSENATE ACTIONpassedbyAcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May6,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993Resolution 1113 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITTEDBY: SPONSORED BY:thepositionofDirectorofFinanceisavitalcomponentoftheStudentAssociation;andthepositionisoftenoverlookedandtakenadvantageof;andTrudyPerkins'termasDirectorofFinanceisupattheendof June; andshehasservedinthispositionadmirably;thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoapplaudTrudyPerkinsforherhardworkanddedicationasDirectorofFinanceforthefiscalyear1992-1993.TheExecutiveBranchKorenVaughan,LysreneGrandison,LynnDellesNinaDunlapSENATE ACTIONPassedbyAcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May6,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident

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<'TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993Ar 0(j)
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,.,.-,A r SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29thLegislative Session 9th Meeting October 6th, 1993Resolution #15ParkingIncentives for College Employees211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601. -_...Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, the Student Association provides a sourceoffreeoffcampus transportation to alloffcampus students, and this cuts down on the demand for parking among students by offering an alternative to driving, and the Student Association is about to starta campaign to inform peopleoftheir options as far as parking options are concerned: half price parking at Romney, Free Centrooffcampus foroffcampus students, and these incentives not to drive are not available to Employeesofthis school, andif,both the Student Association and the College Administration work together on these tasks, they could lessen the problem, therefore: Be it resolved that the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego would like to see the College Administration offer the same parking incentives to college employees that the Student Association already offers to students.

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Page2of2Resolution #15 Be it further resolved that the Senate would like to work with the college to disseminate infonnation about the shuttle system and other infonnation that will make coming to and from the campus lessofa hassle. SUBMTITED BY: SPONSORED BY: Executive Branch Rebecca Coleman, Matthew LabovichSENAlEACTION Passed25YONOABrian Quail, SA President 7, /qqj ,Date Signed by President DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT October 7, 1993

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a,TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 12th Meeting 27 October 1993Resolution #16 College Community Exchange Days211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601..WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, October 25 and October 27 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, anditis paramount to continueonwith these relations, therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that we acknowledge the importanceofthe College Community Exchange Days and we pledge to continue these relationships throughout the year. Be it further resolved thatwethank:all the membersofthe College Community Relations Committee for planning this event.SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION PassedbyAcclamation The Executive Branch Rebecca Coleman,lZ.Holcomb, Rob Williams,MattLabovich Brian Quail,SAPresident DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT October 28, 1993

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HE SSOCIATIONStudent Association State UniversityCollege at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 February 1994Resolution #18 Student AidA iG(+]o:;;, ..0 L.iJ.J'-.J...C4l' ..-E.; ,)0/ /)6 \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Association was constructed and supported by students for students needs, andinthe past years, the Student Association assistedoffcampus students who were victimsofhouse fIres and lost everything, andtheStudent Association as a corporation can not give legally to an individual person(s)asin a charitycontribution, and there is a student in extraordinary circumstances that needs money for the transportationoftwo children to their daycare facility, therefore: Beitresolived by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that each senatortryto giveofhim/herself and help another student in desperate need.Beitfurther resolved that the person's identity remain confidential for that person's protection. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation Rachel Lerman, Diversity DirectorofWomen Issues on Campus Victor Augustus, Rob Williams .r Brian Quail, SA PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT February 3. 1994 Date Signed by President

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.. SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 9 March 1994 ltt... o. 0<;) ,) ()I db \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Resolution #19 NYPIRG Hunger&Homelessness Project ,. WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITfEDBY:SPONSORED BY: the New York Public Interest Research Group, in conjuction with the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness, will be participatinginthe 10th Annual Hunger Cleanup, and NYPIRG is actively recruiting membersofthe college and commuity to volunteer their time for a three hour period on Saturday, April 16, 1994, by particiapting in a city-wide, door-to-door food driveinthe citiesofFulton and Oswego, and on that day, volunteers will be asking commuity members to donate non perishable goods for the Salvation Anny, Human Concerns CenterofOswego, and Catholic CharitiesofFulton and Oswego, therefore:Beit resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the college students be urged to participate in this dayofvolunteer service and hunger&homelessness education and support NYPIRG in their efforts to alleviate these problemsinthe community. NYPIRG Rebecca Coleman, Shirley Toussaint, Janelle Preman _. SENATE ACTION PassedbyAcclamation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT March 17, 1994 Brian Quail,SAPresident

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a SSOCIATION211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 23 March 1994Resolution#20Farewell to Brian QuailWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, BrianL.Quail has served the Student Association as its President from April1,1993toApril1,1994; and upon taking the oathofSAPresident he entered into a marriage-like bond where he would remain loyal and faithful through sickness and health; and time, not death, has forced himtomove on and leave this partofhis life behind; and Brian is leaving behind memories, not just from his term as President but also from his termasDirectorofCommunications and AssistanttoDigger Taft, that will stay in the SA Complex for yearstocome; and a computerized SA Complex and a new Student Services Complex plus other vital partsofSA growth has taken place during his administration and he only wishes that it will continue to grow; and all the work, dedication, and loyalty that he has put into his administration will truly be missed by everyone he has comeincontact with; therefore: Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that BrianL.Quail be thanked for all his hard work, loyal service, and excellent leadership during his term as SA President and that he is wished all the best in his future endeavors. Be it further resolved that BrianL.Quail be placed among the few who were granted Emeritus Statusbythis house.SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSORED BY: Tina Agee Rob Williams, Shirley Toussaint, Steve Amato, Chris A vis,lZ.Holcomb, Kevin Gottlieb, Garrick Smith, Kevin Bigelow, Chris Ahearn SENATEACTIONPassedbyAcclamation

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-,"SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 23 March 1994Resolution #21 Farewell toBrianHurdA T211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341 -3601 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, BrianJ.Hurd has served the Student Association not only as the Presidentofthe Senate, Executive Assistantofthe Presidentofthe Association and as a SenatorofOneida Hall but he has also served asanoutstanding friend not only to me (Tina Agee) but to the masses; and there were times when he wanted to callitquits or when he wished he had never gotten involved at all; and we all are better off that he did get involved; andithas come time for him to hanguphis gavel and move on to better things; and this transition may cause him to accept the handsofothers in friendship; and his dedication, devotion, and selflessness,allwhich have touched each oneofusin some wayoranother, will nowbetouching the livesofthe ones he will encounter in the future; andMr.Hurd'shard working, fun loving characteristics will truly be missed around the Senate and the SA Complex; therefore: Be it resolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that this house thanks Brian J. Hurd for allofhis hard work and dedication. Be it further resolved that Brian Hurdbeplaced among the few granted Emeritus Status by this house and wishes the bestofluck to Brian in his future endeavors. SUBMITIED BY: SPONSORED BY: Tina Agee Rob Williams, Todd Bullock, J.Z. Holcomb, Kevin Gottlieb, Garrick Smith, Steve Amato, Shirley Toussaint, Chad Johannsen, Pete Morrison SENATEACfIONPassed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT March 24, 1994 Brian Quail, SA President Date Signed by President

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STATE UNIVERSrIY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 28th Meeting 13 April 1994Resoluion#22EmergencyFireReliefWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Association was constructed and supportedbystudents for students needs, andinthe past years, the Student Association assisted off-campus students who were victimsofhouse fires and lost everything, and the Student Association as a corporation cannot give legally toanindividual person(s) as a charity contribution, and there is a studentinextraordinary circumstances that needs money becausehelost everything in a fire, therefore:Beit resolvedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that each senator trytogiveofhim/herself and help another studentindesperate need. Be it further resolved that the person's identity remain confidential for that person's protection. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Jessica Pepe, DirectorofSpecial Projects Chad Johannsen SENATEACfIONPassed by Acclamation DA TE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 22 April 1994 Kevin Burns, SA President / b...yt--j Date Signed byPres.,..id-et-n-t----

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SureUNIVERSllY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315)341-2576Student Association State University College atOswegoSenate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting27April 1994Resolution#23Secretaries'DayWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,todayisProfessional Secretaries' Day, adaywhere we shouldhonorournon student full time employees; and these people contribute greatly to the continuityofthe Student Association fom1 year to year; and they should by honored for their hard work and dedication; therefore: Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York CollegeatOswegothatwehonor the followingemployeeswith this resolution: Mary Jo, Liz,Joan,Cyndia.SUBMITTEDBY: Executive BranchSPONSOREDBY: Chris Ahearn,JZ Holcomb SENATEACTIONPassed by AcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDEN1'29April 1994 Kev{;'lBurns,SAPresident

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STATE UVIVERSflYOFNEW' YORKCOLLEGEATOS\VEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislation 30th Meeting 27 April 1994 Hesolution #24 Senior Senator AppreciationWHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITIEDBY:SPONSOREDBY: Victor Augustus, Stephen Amato,JZHolcomb, Cesar Murrilo, Janelle Preman, Joanne Smith and Rob Williams have been dedicated Senators for at least the past year; and they are graduating this year and they will be a great losstothe Student Association; therefore: Beitresolved by the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that these Senators be thanked for their dedication and hard work andwewish them the bestofluckinall their future endeavors. Ben Bryan, Presidentofthe S.A. Senate Matt Labovich, Chad JohannsenSENATEACTION Passed by Acclamation B\k.rJVk Kevin Burns, A President DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 29 April 1994 ':\L Date igned by Presid nt

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STAlE UNIVERSflY OFNEWYORKCOUEGEAT OSlVEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association Sate University College atOswegoSenate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Resolution#25ThankYouMatthewA.LabovichWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITIEDBY:SPONSOREDBY: SENATEACTIONPassed by Acclamation Matthew A. Labovich has been the seniorsenatorthe 29th Legislation and has served admirably in the positionofSenatorPro-Temp; and he has shown his dedication to the Student Association through his active participation in all matters that face the Senate; and he has knownhowto use the gavel whenitwas necessary for thechairhavetostepdown;and MattLabovich'sgraduation willbea great losstothe Student Association; therefore: Beitresolvedbythe Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York CollegeatOswegothat Matt Labovich be thank for all his hardworkand dedication and we wish him the bestofluck in all his future endeavors. Be itfurther resolved that MatthewA.Labovich be placedamongthe few who vveregral1led SenatorEmeritus Statusbythis house. Ben Bryan, Presidentofthe S.A.SenateJZHolcomb,SteveAmato,ChadJohannsen,PeteMorrison,KristieZappieKevin Burns, SAPresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT29 April 1994

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STATEUNlVERSIlYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College atOswegoSenate 29th Legislation 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Resolution#26 Th
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STATE UNIVERSnY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College atOswegoSenate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Resolution#27SupremeGratitudeWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,theSupremeCourt under Darryl Hillery tookonthe taskofa much needed reviewofStudent Association organization andclubconstitutions, and Darryl Hillery demonstrated flexibility in his officewhena student requested a court hearing take place sevendaysbefore schedule, and Darryl Hillery has reinvigorated and increased the respect for the judicial branchofgovernment,and the Student Association may noteverhaveanotherChiefJustice with thedancenom "rump shakin'" abilitiesofDarryl Hillery; therefore: Beitresolvedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothat Darryl Hilleryknowthat students admire and respect his abilities. Be it further resolved that Darryl Hillery know that students are grateful for for the wisdom he exhibited asChiefJusticeofourSupremeCourt. Beitfinally resolved that a thorough reviewofSAconstitutions be hereafter known as a Hillery Review as areminderofthe standard set forthbytheSupremeCourt underChiefJustice Darryl Hillery.SUBMITIEDBY:SPONSOREDBY: Edwin EncisoChadJohannsen,Matt LabovichSENATEACTIONPassed by AcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT29April 1994

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STATE UNIVERSl7Y OFNEWYORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College atOswegoSenate 29th LegislativeSession 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Resolution#28ToHonor Gerard SerlinWHEREAS,the Association's ability to conduct an unbiased investigation intoEnciso'squalifications for the SA Presidency would have been severely impaired without the Officeofthe Advocate General, andWHEREAS,his frequent name misspellings (Endwin?Wasthata hint?) will be fondly remembered for some time to come, and WHEREAS,the service Gerard Serlin has provided for students has madethe Advocate General known as possibly the best friend a troubled studenteverhad, andWHEREAS,the businessofAdvocate General demands a strong senseofjustice from a person, andWHEREAS,Gerard Serlin has served inthis capacity position with distinction, thereforeBeitresolved by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College atOswegothat Gerard Serlin be hereafter recognized asanAdvocate General Emeritus for the fine standard he did set forth for those who would follow and Be it further resolved that the CharteroftheAdvocateGeneral be hereafter known as the Serlin Charterinrecognitionofhis noteworthy example.SUBMITfEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:SENATEACTION Passed by Acclamation EdwinM.Enciso Matt Labovich Kevin Burns, SA PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 29 April 1994



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession2ndMeeting21April1993AT {ttJ) I 8 b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601 Bill ft8 WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SAisinvolvedinalawsuit;andMr.JimEbyhasmadeamotiononbehalfofSAtodismissthecaseagainstallstudentparties;andtheamountofresearchandtimeMr.Ebyputintothedevelopmentofthemotionrequirescompensation;andSAmayrequiremoreservicesfromMr.EbyregardingtheNatoliandRuggiolawsuit;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatonreceiptofabillfromMr.Ebythat we allowthePresidentofSAtooverexpendfromAcct.#915tocoverthecostsincurredinfightingthesuit.BeitfurtherenactedthattheabovementionedPresidentdeliverareporttotheSenate de" tailingtheexactbreakdownofexpenses.SUBMITTEDBY: SPONSOREDBY:TheExecutiveBranchMarcBeckSENATE ACTIONPassed16YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMay6,1993 b1m Date byPresident

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l\rTUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 2nd Meeting21April 1993Bill#9Stop FundingofReligious Groups211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, under the current scrutinyofpress, faculty, staff, and students the questionofreligiously affiliated groups being funded by SA has been brought to question, and both Campus Crusade for Christ and Brothers and Sisters in Christ identify themselves as Christian groups, and it is the responsibilityofSA to prepare its students for a pluralistic, democratic society, and the Equal AccessActwill not authorize schools to "expend public funds beyond thatofproviding a space for student meetings" and encourages schools todemonstrate thatit"is not promoting, endorsingorotherwise sponsoring religious groups by publishing a disclaimer to such an effect", and SA had shown illegal and unconstitutional supportofreligious groups in providing financial and promotional support to the afore mentioned groups, and the Student Association does not forbid such religious organization from meeting, but legally cannot continue to fund them, therefore:

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Page 2 SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Failed 3Y 26N 2ABill#9Beit enacted by the Student Association Senate for the State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that all funding for.am: religious groups be stopped immediately and neverre-inacted again. Chris Mount, SenacaHallSenator Matt Labovich

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollege at OswegoSenate29thLegis18tiveSession2ndMeeting21April1993AT I 8 b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601Billtf10WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,fifteenpercentofOswegosstudentbodyareenrolledintheSchoolofEducation.andtheEducationDepartment,KappaDeltaPi,HonoraryEducationSociety,andtheEducationClubhaveorganizeda"CelebrationofTeaching"eventtobeheldMay6,9:30-2:00inHewittUnion;andthiseventwillbringinapproximately500highschoolstudentsfromSyracuse,Rochester,andOswegoCountytoOswego'scampus:andthesestudentsreceiveinformationonvariouseducationprograms,andattendavarietyofpresentationsanddemonstrationsfocusingonteachingandthis"CelebrationofTeaching"eventwillservetostimulatesecondarystudents'interestsincollege,promoteOswegoState'sSchoolofEducation,andillustratetheStudentAssociation'scommittmenttohighereducationandexcellence;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothattheStudentAssociationfundfivehundred($500)fromaccount#917tohelpdefraythecostsofthisevent.ThiswillalsoplacetheStudentAssociationnexttootherfoundationsandcompaniesontheHonorRoJlofDonors.SUBMITTEDBY: SPONSOREDBY:TheEducationClubEdEnciso,BenBonney,ChrisMountSENATE ACTIONPassed20YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril29,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession2ndMeeting21April1993Bill #11:\ T211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315)341-3601WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,VisionswillbeavideoyearbooksoldtothestudentsofSUNYOswego;andVisionhadsoughtfundingfromcorporatedonationsaswellastheStudentAssociation;andcorporationswerenotabletofundVisionsasexpected;andinordertoproduceaqualityproduct,VisionsmustbeeditedataprofessionalproductionhouseoutsideofSUNYOswego;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothat$500beallocatedfromAccount#915toVisionsAccount # tocoverthecostsofeditingVisions.SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY:JayRubin,ExecutiveProducerofVisionsMarcBeckSENATE ACTION Failed 9Y12NOA

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession3rdMeeting28April1993Bill 1112 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WTOPisoneofthelargestSAorganizationsoncampus;andpartofwrap'spurposeofeducatingstudentsistoacquaintthemwiththetoolsandtechnologyofthebroadcastindustry;andWTOPwouldliketousethelastpartofitsthreeyearplan(Bill#42,26thLegislativeSession)topurchaseaVideoToaster,whichisapowerfulmultimediatoolandaVideoToasterrequiresthepurchaseofanAmiga4000computertorunproperly;andwraphastheresourcestobuytheAmiga4000,butneedstotransferthemoneytodoso;andtheStudentAssociationSenatemustapproveallfundtransfersabove$300dollars;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatitapprovesthetransferof$1,308.06fromWTOPAcct. 11608 toWTapAcct.#605.BeitfurtherenactedthatSAapprovethepurchaseoftheAmiga4000computer,whichiscurrentlypricedat$2693.SENATE ACTIONPassedl2YONOASUBMITTEDBY: SPONSORED BY: WTapMarcBeck,J.Z.Holcomb,TimFerlito 8/7 / DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril29,1993

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993Billfll3A ; 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:theStudentAssociationhasalwaysbeenasupporterofculturallyenrichingevents.andALANAhasbeenplanningamulticulturalexpoforthefallwhichisdesignedtobeasemesterkickoffevent;andthiseventistoincludenumerouspresentationsandsupporthasbeensoughtfromseveralcampussources;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothe$1400fromAcct.#915beencumberedfortheunderwritingofthisculturalexpotobeheldonSeptember5intheHewittUnionandvicinity-TheExecutiveBranchLysreneGrandison,EddieEncisoSENATEACTIONPassed17YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May6,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident

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TUD[NT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSesion4thMeeting5May1993Bill1114AT \/ 0 ..,) 0 18b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,theformatoftheExecutiveBranchhaschangedthisyearwiththeeliminationandcreationofpositions;andthebillwhichcreatedcurrentbudgetcouncilsystemisunworkablebecauseitincludedsix(6)senatorsandthiswasruledunconstitutionalafewyearsback;andthepeopleinvolvedwiththeformulationofaproposedbudgetshouldbedefinedbylaw;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthefollowingpeople will havevotingrightsinBudgetCouncilproceeding.BudgetCouncilshallbecomposedof:(1)DirectorofFinance-Chairpersonwithvotingrightsintheeventofatievoteonly.(2)AssistantDirectorsofFinance(2)PresidentandHis/HerExecutiveAssistant(2)VicePresidentandHis/HerExecutiveAssistant(1)DirectorofCorporateDevelopmentAquorumofseven(7)fromtheabovelistortheirproxiesmustbepresentforbusinesstotakeplace.

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Bill1114Page2BeitfurtherenactedthattheproposedbudgetwillbepresentedtotheProcedureTaskGroupwhichwillreviewthebudgetandmakerecommendationstotheSenate.Beitfinallyenactedthatthisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislationonthismatter.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSORED BY:TheExecutiveBranchA.DavidMarquis 5ENATE ACTIONPassedl7YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May6,1993

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993Bill 1115 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITTEDBY: SPONSOREDBY:duringacampaignforPresidentacandidatewillmakemanypromisesregardingprogramshe/shewouldliketoseeimplemented;andthecurrentpolicyisthenewincomingpresidentcannotchangetheproposedbudgetwithoutaddingaspecialbill;andthisisconfusingandgreatlyreducesthenewadministration'seffectivenessandabilitytocarryoutprogramstheypromisedtododuringthecampaign;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthePresidentthatisinofficeatthetimethebudgetissubmittedtotheSenatehasthepowertoaltertheproposedbudget.ThisalterationmustoccurpriortoSenateconsideration,andalldeviationfromthebudgetrecommendationsintheproposedbudgetaretobenoted.BeitfurtherenactedthatthePresidentwillberesposibletosubmitacompletedbudgetbeforetheSenateforapproval.TheExecutiveBranchJ.Z.Holcomb,A.DavidMarquisSENATEACTIONPassed16YINOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May6,1993 -.&WwnQ.M.IJi1 BrianQuail,SAPresident b/CJCIJ byPresident

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993Bill1116A r .0 i..J.J.....J'-1W..o.. 0211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITTEDBY: SPONSORED BY:inthepastmanySenatorshave lacked enoughunderstandingoftheproposedbudgettoexplainit effec tivelyattheirHallCouncilortotheirconstituents;andalsointhepastSenatorswerenotgivenasimpleoracompletebreakdownoftheproposedbudgetleadingtoa lack ofaresourceforaSenatortofall back ontoanswerquestions;thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegorequiresthatallSenatorsreceiveacompletebreakdownoftheproposedbudget.TheExecutiveBranchJ.Z.Holcomb,AlanBell,TomCalogera,MelissaVincentSENATE ACTIONPassedl6YINOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May6,1993

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993Bill 1117 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,thestudentshereatSUNYOswegohavevoicedtheirdesireforprogressandchangewiththeelectionoftheQuail/Hurdticket;andQuail/Hurdhaveoutlinedaplanforastudentservicesrenovationandimprovement:andLOCOandOCAprovidenecessaryservicestotheoffcampuspopulationwithrentalhousinglists,clientcounselling,movingoffcampusworkshops,andmanyotherservices;andtheseorganizationswouldliketocomputerizetheiroperationsfortheeaseofupdatingsaidlists,evaluationforms,andsemesterlynewsletters;andarevenuesharingagreementhasbeenreachedwithAuxiliaryServicesallotingapproximately$1000peryear;andacompleteMacintoshsystemwillcostapproximately$1500;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$500betransferredfromAcct.11917toAcct.11916(FixedAssets)toOCAAcct.11819.SENATE ACTIONPassed17YONOA...SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSORED BY: OCAandLOCOA.DavidMarquis,EddieEnciso Q...vvttd BrianQuail,SAPresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMay6,1993 MW61/CfQ? Date byPresident

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'", ..SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession4thMeeting5May1993 Bill/U8 /, r\v;tC.oV:.(j)-.). 0/ ()b \ 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SAVAChadreceivedapricebreakinthecostofitsinsurancepolicy;andSAVACwishestopurchaseanewradio,sotobettercommunication,withthemoneysaved:andSAVACneedsSenateapprovalinordertotransfermorethan$300;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegogivesapprovaltoSAVACtomakethefollowingtransferstoAcct.$870:$2,598.40fromAcct. It 871$1,000.00fromAcct.#872$75.00fromAcct. #873 $250.00fromAcct.#874$150.00fromAcct.#875$525.00fromAcct.#876SUBMITTED BY; SPONSOREDBY:SAVACA.DavidMarquis,MarcBeckSENATEACTIONPassed17YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMay6,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 6th Meeting 8 September 1993 Bill #19EnfranchisementInitiativePart-TimeandGraduateStudentsMadeMembersFee Equity Established by NewStructure211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601 WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,the Student Association was created by "we the students" without regard to status -part-time, fulltime, graduateorundergraduate, so long as all are "regularly enrolled"; and currently, part-time and graduate students cannot vote in campus elections, cannot hold elected office, do not benefit from all Student Association privileges, are not representedonmattersofcampus affairs; and however part-time and graduate students do benefit from many Student Activity fee derived benefits such as theOswegonian,WTOP,WNYO,PPBevents, Student Association's advocacy, physical plant assistance, Legal Aid, MackinPlayGroup, and so on;anddespite benefits derived from the fee, graduate and part-time studentdonot pay the fee; and the Student Association should include all students, all partaking in the full rights and responsibilitiesofAssociation membership; and many other Student Associations assess a fee on and include graduate and part-time students; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York CollegeatOswego that:A)ConstitutionalIntegrationPart-time and graduate students be fully recognized as membersofthe Student Association and be considered "regularly enrolled."B)SenateReapportionmentwithCurrentRatios The Senate has a current apportionment ratioofone Senator for every200students. The Executive Branch has estimated with the helpofInstitutional Research that a totalof4,420 credit hours (conservative estimate) are taken by part-time undergraduate students. All

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Bill #19 Page 2graduate students combined account for an accumulated 4,697 credit hours per semester. When totaled 4,420+4,697 amountto9,117 credit hours. 9117 credit hours dividedby12 credit hours is 759. Therefore there are 759 Full Time Equivalent part-time and graduate students. 759 divided by 200 is 3.8. Therefore, because almost allofthese students are off-campus students, four (4) off-campus senators must be added to the Senate bringing total membership to 37. This formula will be used in all future reapportionment.C)FeeAssessmentThe current SA feeof$64.50 divided by15credit hours is $4.30 per credit hour. Beginning in the second semesterofthe 1993-94 academic year the fee will be assessed in a uniform fashion as follows: Part-time undergraduates will pay $4.30 per credit hour. Undergraduate students taking 12 credit hoursorover will pay $64.50. Graduate students will pay $4.30 per credit hour, not to exceed $64.50. Allowable fee exemptions/reductions will remain as they are. DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT September 16, 1993 Brian Quail, A President SA Executive Branch Alan Bell, David Marquis, Tim Ferlito SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 22Y5NOA

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session6th Meeting8 September 1993 A T 0(tJ<;; ..0 .,). 0J8 li\ 211HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13121 1315)341-3601Bill#20FeeSurplusBudgetIntegrationWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SUNY Oswego exceeded its goal for enrollment by nearly 200 as a resultofSUTRA incentives, and this will result in from Student Activity Fee revenue, and this moneyisunuseable unlessitis placed into an account from whichitcan be accessed, and the Enfranchisement Bill will resultinan additional projected windfallof$39,000, and the Senate is empowered to passorreject expenditures from the treasury, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association SenateofState UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the SUTRA surplus be allocated to Senate Acct. #915 (Contigency). Be it further enacted that monies generated by the Enfranchisement Initiative be allocated to Acct. #915 as they become available.SUBMITIEDBY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Tim Ferlito SENA TEACITONPassed 27YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT September 23, 1993 Brian Quail, SA President

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,AT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 6th Meeting 8 September 1993Bill#21Auxiliary Services Accounting Services AuditingandStudentServices Reform Phase One211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Whereas, the costofSA accounting and auditing under the present system is: Bookkeeper's Salary Auditing Software Support$28,383.00 $ 5,600.00 $ 3,000.00........_---__-_.TTL:$36,983.00Whereas, the costofaccounting and auditing with Auxiliary Services Corporation under a June 14 bid would be: Accounting Auditing$8,500.00 $3,500.00----------------------------------------------------TTL:$12,000.00Whereas, Contracting with Auxiliary Services would save the Association$24,983,00in accounting expenses, and

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Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Auxiliary Services has been doing the Student Association's accounting on a provisional basis because President Quail as the executorofthe budget felt current budget allocations allowed Auxiliary Services to commence accounting Services on July1,1993 without causing any unconstitutional movementoffunds, and the decision to hire Auxiliary Services eliminated the jobofCyndia Donovan, the Student Association's senior employee (who has been retained to date to oversee the Auxiliary Services Accounting transition andtobegin preparations for an anticipated newjobwith SA), and the Student Services Divisionofthe Student Association is in needofrefonn and requires the continuity provided by a full time employee, and the Quail-Hurd administration pledged improve the qualityofall SA Student Services, therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that: A) The full time positionofStudent Services Operations Manager be created for Ms. Cyndia Donovan to be compensated at an annual rateof$27,000.00. An account for remuneration for this position will be created. The following money will be put into the account:(FEE IMPACT $0.00.NOSPENDINGOFDISCRETIONARY SENATE MONEY)$ 2, I 00.00 from Auditing (acct: $19,882.00 from Bookkeeper's Salary (acct: $ 3,000.00 from Software suppon (acct: $ 306.00 24-hour access coordinator (acct: $ 1,000.00 USSA Membership (acct: $ 712.00 Corner Store Managers (acct:TTL:$27,000.00

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SUBMIITEDBY: SPONSORED BY SENATEACfIQNPassed 27YONOAB) The Quail-Hurd budget eliminated an Assistant DirectorofFinance. This position is toberestored and remuneration for a third ADOF will come from savingsinElections Costs (see new proposedelection law). $600.00 is to be moved from acct: 762 to acct: 730. (FEEIMPACT$0.00. NOSPENDINGOFDISCRETIONARYSENATEMONEY)SA Executive Branch Steve Amato, David Marquis Brian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT September 23, 1993 2it' Ir'll Date Signed by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 6th Meeting 8 September 1993AT o W..00),) ,0/ c')b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601-Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas,Bill#22StudentServicesReformPhaseIIThe Quail-Hurd administration pledges to improve the quality and profitabilityofall SA-sponsored student services, and The current stateofour student services facilities is conducive neither to profitablity nor quality, and An investment in the qualityofour services today is essential to keeping them competitive tomorrow, and The senate has already committed itself to improving student services by approving the initiatives contained in the 1993 Quail Hurd budget addendum bill, and The President has selected Lawrence ApgarofRSA Architects in Syracuse to design a new services complex after hearing numerous more costly bids, and The changes Apgar recommends are drawn from a surveyofofstudents' suggestions conducted this past spring, and The proposed design provides for numerous improvements,

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Bill#22 Page 2 includinganintegrated Check CashingIBoxoffice/Ocrcenter, and 24-hour access toanA TM and safety phone, and Whereas, The expenditures associated with this project willinno way affect the SA fee, thanks largelytoa projected surplusof$64,800 in this year's operating budget, therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$14,543betransferred from account 915 (contingency) to account so that the renovations may proceed. SUBMITfED BY: SPONSOREDBY:SENATE ACTION Passed 27YONOASA Executive Branch David Marquis __ .Brian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT September 24, 1993 2'1{/991 Date Signed by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session6thMeeting 8 September1993Bill # 23Natoli-Ruggio Lawsuit Association ActionJ b b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, the October 31,1991 edition of theOswegoniancontainedanarticle titled, "Barilla: Tapes areofofNatoli, Ruggio", and one year and one day later the StudentAssociation,Oswegonian,Anthony MaraviandWilliam Schreiner, Editor-in-Chief and News Editor respectively, were named in a multi-million dollar lawsuitbytwoconspiring political operatives: William Ruggio, Oswego's fonner Police Chief who was dismissed for conducting activities characterizedbyMayor Hammillas"grave acts of moral turpitude" and William Natoli a wealthy Republican financier and friendofRuggio, and among Ruggio's many alleged transgressions is encouraging students renting from himtoevade the grouper law (no more than four unrelated adults livingina house) and thus causing studentstolive in potentially unsafe conditions, andona tape disclosed to theOswegonianby1991Mayoral Candidate Frank Barilla, Ruggio and Natoli said derisive things about Oswego, calling this city a "shitting town," and saying thingssodreadfulasto notbepropertobe reproducedinthis space, and

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Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, after a long night on October 30, 1991 which included consulting legal counsel and Association President Taft, Anthony Maravi and William Schreiner decided to print the truth for allofOswegotosee, and because the decision was made to publish with the approbationsofStudent Association President Daniel Taftwhopledged his "full"supponofany editorial decision made that night, when the lawsuit came President Bloom instructed James Eby,esqto file motions for andtoact as attorney for allofthe student parties named (no added cost to the Association), andonJuly 20, 1993 Justice Hurlbutt rendered a decision onourmotions to dismiss, grantingoneofthree, and Hurlbutt's action meant thatourtotal liability isnowonly x thousand (down from millions), and James Eby believesweshould nonetheless appeal Hurlbutt's ruling to the Appellate Division before allowing discoverytoproceed, and it appears the Association and the students named in the suit will be involved in litigation for some time, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Student Association will continue to represent itself, theOswegonian,William Schreiner and Anthony Maravi for the durationofthis case, andBeit further rightfully enacted that should the Student Association and the other media defendants come into any real liability the Association will absorb allofthe liabilityofits agents unto the corporation whose raison d'etre is to provide such protection to its agents,and

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,..--. SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed26YON1A Beitadditionally enacted that an accountbecreated by the DirectorofFinance into whichallmoney raised by the Legal Defense Fund created by E.O. 8-1993/4 will be deposited, and Beitfinally enacted that the Student Association President through the Office of the DirectorofFinance beobligatedupon receipt to pay all legal bills incurred in the Natoli-Ruggio case, from Contingencyacct. 915 or the new Legal Defense account. All payments made will be reported to this house at the Senate meeting following disbursement. SA Executive Branch TIm Ferlito Brian Quail,SAPresidentDATEPRESENlEDTOPRESIDENT September 23, 1993 Date Signed by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 6th Meeting 8 September 1993AT ,). 0I (jb \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) Whereas, Whereas, Whereas,Bill#24Budget Growth Stabilization Actin the past six years the Student Association budget has increased by 68%, and inflation contributed only a fraction to this increase, and it is the desireofthis body not only to spend wisely but also totaxwisely,therefore:Beit enacted by the SA Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following budget stabilization measuresbeinitiated to control fee increases: a) The 1994 Budget Council is instructed to draft a balanced budget which would allow for a maximum 2.3%SAfee increase. (The 1994 1995SAfee will not exceed $66.00.) The maximum non-fee revenue increase projection is 5.0%.Ifthe President fails to submit a budget that falls within these parameters, the Procedure Task Group will amend the budget before it reaches the floor so thatitmeets this bill's mandate. The senate shall not pass a budget which exceeds these guidelines. b) The 1995 Budget Council is instructed to draw up a balanced budget which will not necessitate any fee increase. The maximum non-fee revenue increase projection shallbe

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6.0%.Ifthe President fails to submit a budget which falls within these parameters, the Procedure Task Group will amend the budget before it reaches the floor so that it meets this bill's mandate. The senate shall not pass a budget which exceeds these guidelines. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 25Y2NOASA Executive Branch Steve Amato, J.Z. Holcomb Brian Quail, SA President -, DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT September 23, 1993 23, 1Cfl.? Date Signed by President

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I I"TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 6th Meeting 8 September 1993AT/ d t: \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601Bill#25CreationofOfficeofAdvocacyWhereas, Whereas, Whereas, the Student Association is a student union which should actively, regularly, and enthusiastically intervene on behalfofstudents as they deal with the campus bureaucracy, judicial systemandfaculty,andfull time studentspay$129.00 to this Associationperyear; they are thereforeentitledto this service,andthe President and Vice Presidentdonot have the timeorprerequisite knowledge to fulfill the roleofAdvocateonan individual basis vis a vis campus codesona regular basis, therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Charter for the Officeofthe Advocate General be accepted and:1)Advocate General will be expected to work 15 hoursperweek and to obtain aminimumscoreonanAdvocateGeneralCompetencyExamwhich will testfora)knowledgeofthe constitution b) knowledgeofthe judicial codesandpolicies c) knowledgeofbasic legal principles d) writing and polemic capacity (Candidates will be given copiesofthe codesand

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materials before the test and will not be tested for specifics. Rather candidates for the post willbetested for their ability to articulate and substantiate on matters pertaining to the code. In sum, as best as canbedone, the test will test for advocacy ability.) The test will be fonnulated with assistance from applicable campus departments and will be approved by the Procedure Task Group. DATEPRESENfEDTOPRESIDENfDecember 9, 1993 SUBMIITED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACTIONPassed 22Y9NOAThe Executive BranchA.David Marquis Brian Quail, SA President J)ec.IOJlf9J Date Signed by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Executive Branch Departmental Charter ;:.,T .0 i.J.J J''f,JJi_...1.'..,',...;;.). 0211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601 CharterforTheOfficeofthe Advocate GeneralIntroductionThe Student Association has advocated for students as a collective since the beginning. As time has passed, students have been turning to the Student Association as a grievance registration institution; they have turned to the Association for aid in approaching judicial proceedings as well. This charter institutionalizes the Associationsindividual-basisadvocacy role.ServicesThe Student Association will act as an advocacy organizationonthe individual levelifthe conflict at hand is between the student and some partofthe institution. The Association will not intervene in conflicts which are essentially student vs. student. In entering an advocacy role the Student Association does notnecessarilyimply support for a particular position unless specifically stated. To assist in resolving disputes between students and some aspectofthe institution (faculty, administration, Auxiliary Services, etc.) the Student Association will provide anADVOCATEGENERAL.The Advocate General will coordinate with the OfficeofLegal Aid which will also play an expanded roleinthe implementationofa programofgreater individual advocacy.

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NegotiatingThe Advocate General's office will work with students in resolving their problems with any college office by channeling students in their pursuits for problem resolution to proper forums, attending meetings with students designed to address problems, assisting withorundertaking applicable research, etc.JudicialAdvocacyThe Advocate General will help any student charged with a violation by the institution put together a defense based on all applicable codes and guidelines, etc. The Advocate General will assist students in understanding the code, assess options, provide referrals etc. The Advocate General will at her/his discretion act as an advisor to responding or complaining parties within the campus judicial system. The Advocate General may issue briefs on behalfofthe Student Association (with concurrenceofPresident) on any judicial matter to which the Student Association claims a vested interest. The Advocate General will act as the Student Association's non-judicial chief Constitutional authority and enforcer, with the ability tounilaterallybring actions against parties on behalfofthe Association within the campus judicial system including the Student Association Supreme Court.Taking ActionAs needed the Advocate General will use all resources at his or her command to right wrong and to assist students facing a tedious bureaucracy, whatever the problem might be. The Advocate General may refer specific action suggestions to the Presidentorthe Senate. Heorshe may seek to apply pressure in any numberofways on reluctant offices, people or institutions on behalfofgrievants.OmbudspersonThe Advocate General will act as an Ombudsperson for the Student Association with the authority to investigate any matter pertaining to the enforcementofthe Association's Constitution and Law. As well, the Advocate General may investigate and publish on

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AT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University CollegeatOswegoSenate 29th Legislative Session 6th Meeting 8 September 1993Bill#26Disbursementof New Student RecordRoyalties211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601 ,Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas,TheSACommunications Department annually produces The New Student Record, an orientation guide for freshmanandtransfer students,andSaleofthe publication during 1993 generated royaltiesof$738.09 -a considerable increaseoverprevious years, andTheCommunications Departmentisunable to access these funds without the authorizationofthe senate,and Each year,Recordroyalties fund projectsaimedatinvolving students inSAaffairsandactivities,andThis kindofpublicityisessentialtothe continued effectivenessofthe entire Association, therefore:Beit enacted bythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothat royaltiesfrom The New Student Recordintheamountof$738.09bedisbursed intoaccount720.SUBMlIIEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed23YONOAExecutive Branch Alan Bell, Melissa Vincent Brian Quail,SAPresident DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT September24,1993 2'{/(CzCfJt DateSignedbyPresident

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TUD[NT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 6th Meeting 8 September 1993I8 /) \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315) 341-3601 Whereas,Bill#27Consolidated Executive Allocationthe Student Association will experience a surplus due to SUTRA enrollment and becauseofthe Enfranchisement Initiative projected to be about $65,000.00 total, therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York that the following expenditures be made from the Contingency Account #915 pending approvalofthe SUTRA-fee allocation andthe Enfranchisement Initiative. $1,200.00 for NYPIRGJustification: Weareobligated by contract to pay NYPIRG $3.00perstudent per semester. Thistransferis necessitated by increasedenrollment.$1,000.00 for SA Complex improvements, replacing chairs, new fixtures.Justification: The Union intends totakethe chairs they lentSAback. We need to replace them. When Check Cashing movesthatroomwillbe outfitted forotheruses, aswillthe Bookkeepers Office. (SeePriorityList for expenditures)$5000.00 for additional computer equipment, software and support. 4 Mac Classic II's at $3,656.00 total. Necessary Support Equipment, Software, printing supplies $1,000.00 ($166.00 for eachofthe Associations six computers.) Security and Computer Contingency (cables and locks, unanticipated) $348.00

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Justification: SAis a million-dollar corporation. Sixcomputersandaprinterwill be helpful inrunningoperationsmoresmoothly.Thereceptionistandmedia receptionist will each be given a computer.Theotherswould be placedatwork stations for official use by SA's 15 Executives, 33 Senators, ServicesManagers,etc. Onemaybe placed in the conference room to allow for group writings, useatCommittee meetings todraftlegislation, etc.$2,000.00 for Legal Defense Fund accounttobe createdJustification: Thisistheminimumamountfighting the Natoli-Ruggiothreatwill cost this year.$5,180.00 for increasing SA wage to $4.25 per hour for tellers in Box Office, OCT, Corner Store and Check Cashing. (Tobeplaced into appropriate accounts see memo to President Quail, August 10 from Cyndia Donovan.)Justification:IfAuxiliary Services didwhatwe do toourStudentServices employees, we would be all over them.$1,000.00 for Student Services merit pay fund for DirectorsofOCT, Check Cashing, Box Office and Corner Storetobedisbursedbymanager.Justification: They deserve it. Theyaregrosslyunderpaid.$3150.00toincrease rateofpay for Receptionists Joan Torres andMaryJo Fordby$1.50perhour.Justification: They have been with us for two yearsandarepaid only slightly morethanminimum wage. This increase inpayisnecessaryifwe wish to keep these employees. (New wage will be $6.75perhour.)Total Allocation: $18,530.00 SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 18Y 2NOASA Executive Branch Tim Ferlito Brian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT September 23, 1993 2:1)/qq:? Date Signed by President

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONStudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 7th Meeting 22 September 1993 Bill # 28 Crew Club Reformation211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601Whereas, Whereas, Whereas,SUBMlllEDBY: SPONSORED BY:SENAIEACTION Passed26Y2NOAthe Student Association previously funded a Crew Club, having invested $8,300.00 in 1988onCrew shells(boats),and the Crew Team has revitalized itselfoverthe past year and now has a membership numbering about70students, andinlightofrenewed interest and the factanyonecan be a memberofthe team, the positive image associated with crew, and the large previous investment made bytheStudent Associationincrew (see handout) therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State University College at Oswego that $5000.00 be allocated from Senate Fixed Assets account916for the purchaseoftwo four-person crew shells. 1115 TIlECREW TEAM Melissa Vincent, Alan Bell, ChrisAvis Brian Quail, SA President DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober 4, 1993 Date Signed by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th legislative Session 6th Meeting September 22,1993 Bill#29Speaking Seats211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601 -Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas,SUBMITTEDBY: SPONSORED BY: This Senateisalwaysinneedofadditional infonnation on the issuesitis dealing with, and It is not always possible in the courseofdebate for a memberofthe Executive to fmd someonetoyield them the floor, and Not having speaking seats leads to a lackofinfonnation getting out onto the floor during debate, thus leading to a less informed voting Senate, and Speaking seat holders cannot make moves, callsorvote so they cannot control the debate in the Senate, and This bill will only be adding two additional speaking seats to the Senate, therefore: Be it enacted that the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego grant speaking seats to all posistionsofdirectororabove in the Executive Branch. Executive Branch Melissa Vincent SENATE ACTION Passed 25Y 2NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT September 24,1993Date Signed by President

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'F", SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 8th Meeting 29 September 1993A r 'J .. 0 18b" 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601Bill #30Annual Club Funding DisbursementWhereas, Whereas, Whereas, the 1993 budget council allocated $8,000.00 for clubs this year, and this year there are twenty (29) clubs outofwhich five (5) are new, one (1) is revitalized and two (2)ofthe groupshadpreviously been organizations with large budgets, and the Finance Department suggests an allocation which is less than the 1992 total allocation but more than the $8,000.00 allocated for this purpose this year, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate at the State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following allocations be approved from the Club Program Fund, and be it further enacted that $1,375.10 be transfered from Contingency to the Club Programming Account to cover the total expenditure: Karate Club I $300 Crew Club $45 Women's Lacrosse $230

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.., Page20f3Bill #30 Spanish Club $160 Fencing Club $500 Latin Dance Troupe $300PhiBeta Lambda $100 Garners' Club $175 Student English Association $97 Writers Guild $100DelSane $550 B.A.S.LC. $125 (BrothersandSistersInChrist) RighttoLife $200 Amnesty International $1,190 Pendulum $700 Tae KwonDo $810 Sailing Club $600 French Club $400 Chemistry Club $210 Womens'Rugby $350 Chess Club $165 Cycling $227.50 Pre-Law $188JuiJitsu Club $300VochTechAssociation $225 Karate ClubII$466 A.L.A.N.A. League $240 (African LatinoAsianNative American) 1.S.U. $280 (Jewish Student Union) Economics Club $141.60Total:$9,375.10

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-. Page30f3Bill #30SUBMITfEDBY:SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed21Y 4NOAFinance Department Steve Amato Brian Quail,SAPresident DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT October 7, 1993 Date SignedbyPresident

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 8th Meeting 29 September 1993Bill #31OswegonianOfficeUpgrade211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, advanceplanning on the partofan organization is strongly encouraged by the Senate; and theOswegonianis a fiscally sound organization which regularly meets its income lines; and there is a need to upgrade the working conditionsoftheOswegonianoffice and plan for inevitable future needs, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following expenditures be approved form Acct. #916 (Fixed Assets) over the Cl,.5 next three years.YEARONE3 Remnants for business office, computer room, lounge 1 sofa for media lounge (estimated cost) $ 390 75 5 Adjustable chairs for computer room $65 ea 325 Formica for desktops in computer room 150

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Page 2 Bill #31SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: Aesthetic fixtures 1 Glass grid for layout table 3 mice for computer $30 ea. 1 CPU TOTALYEARTWO2 CPU'sYEARTHREEStill video (includes 2 cameras&still video drive) Software upgradesTOTAL JillCarleton, Editor-in-Chief,OswegonianA.David Marquis$752090 2RQQ $3920 $5600 $3500 3000 $6500 SENATE ACTION Passed 25YONOABrian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT October 7, 1993

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 9th Meeting 4 October 1993Bill #32 Special OlympicsSupport211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Special Olympics will be returning in the Spring for its 4th AnnualNewYork State Sectional Swimmeet (the largest Special Olympic Sectional Swimmeet inNewYork State); and student support has continually grown with eachyearofthe event; and Community Services has demonstrated this event's ability to provideourcampus with educational and social stimulation, as well as practical experience in organizational skillsandmanagement; com bined with anopportunity for fun and personal growth while contributing to a worthy cause;andSpecial Olympics is currently workingondeveloping a programtomodelourevent to other schools withinourSUNYsystem;andCommunity Services has in the past raised an average$2000each year toward thecostofthe event including T-shirtsandlunches for the volunteers, momentos for the athletes and a dinner in the Formal Lounge for illl participants (athletes, coaches, parents, volunteers, and spectators); therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College atOswegothat$1250be allocated from Acct. #915 (Contingency) to an

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Page20f2Bill #32 SUBMITfED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 24Y3NOAaccount to be established for Special Olympics contingent upon constitutional approval. LuraL.Lunkenheimer, Special Olympics Event Coordinator David Marquis, Alan Bell, Kristie Zappie, Mellissa Vincent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT October 14, 1993 SENATE ACTION Veto Sustained Reconsideration Vote FailedOY29NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT October 27, 1993 ocf/!rt'J7.1q'} ) Date Signed by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent AssocIatIon State University at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 9thMeeting6 October 1993A !{ttJ)lilt)\ 211HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126(315)341-3601Bill #33 Religious Funding Policy 1993WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the New York State Government and the Federal Government have policies in the contextofthe Establishment Clause regarding fundingofspecific groups i.e. "religious groups", and The Constitutionofthe Student Association states in Article I, Sectionvn,sub-section 3 that: no provision shall be made laworimplemented which abridges the freedomofexpression..Norshall purse string controls be used punitively against any groupororganizationfor reasons relating to the expressionofideasoropinion. and, The Senate wishes to include all interested groupsofstudents and thereby empower the student body, yetisconstrained to insure that such participation is legal, and The Senate at this time has no established policy regarding fundingofvarious clubs and organizations, thereforeBeitenacted that the Senateofthe Student Association does hereby establish this funding policy for all groups including those that call themselves "religious": In compliance with court rulings that fmd religious benefit acceptable in a publicly funded context when there is also a clear and clearly secular benefit resulting from that funding, we require that all groups requesting funding will list in their constitutions the acceptable secular benefits they provide to the college community. In congruence with the preambleofthe Student Association Constitution, this benefit should be some "programofservice, social activity, and educational projects."SUBMITfEDBY: A. David Marquis, Off-Campus SenatorSPONSOREDBY: RobWilliams,DianeLechnerSENATE ACTIONFailedlY33NOA



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= SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 7th Meeting 15 September 1993MINUTES211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601 ,;'-.., ... The 7th Meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was calledtoorder at 6:03pm. The agenda was approved. The minutes were approved.EXECUTIVEREPORTSBrian Ouail: Introduced Liz Barrett, (NYPIRG Project Coordinator) Liz Barrett: Voter registration Oct.8thdeadline General interest meeting went well. Thankstoall who attended.B.O.: Introduced Crew Club Memberswhospokeinsupport ofBill#28B.a. : Asked for commentsonnew Centro Busing System Senate discussed Centro problems B.a. : Discussed S.A. Activities Fair Brian Hurd : Civic Plaza protestfor off-campus housing issues Thurs. Sept.30th@9:00am; transportationtobeprovidedB.H.: College/Community exchange days are 25th and 27th. 8.H. : Introduced Joanne Smith and Patti; Non-Traditional Student Representatives1

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NEW BUSINESS Bill #45 : Fiscal Policy Enforcement Act Submittedby: Procedure Task GroupSponsors:Augustus, Labovich, Grandison Bill #46 : Proxy Senate Seats Submittedby: Procedure Task Group Sponsors : Enciso Bill #47: Facilities Use Policy Acceptance Submitted by : Executive Branch Sponsors : Marquis, Coleman OLD BUSINESS There was no Old Businesstodiscuss Marquis : Motion to take Bill #9offthe table; Motion was approved Bill #9 Religious Group Funding Submitted by : Chris Mount Sponsors : Labovich Labovich : This should have been discussed before Bill #33 was brought to Senate. Speakers:Marquis:This Bill brings out the ilLegal Boogeyman"; Dean Wass. is in chargeofsigning purchase orders for these groups; he knows state laws; lets not second guess him. Coleman : Don't table this; let's get it over with.Amato:Call to questionVOTE:YES:3NO:26 3ABS:2FAILS

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Williams : Friendly amendmentto3rd whereas 24983.00 Amato,Marquis :O.K.to amendmentVote:Yes:27No:OPASSESBilJ#22Marquis : This is what I expected of S.A. I'm excited about these changes. Labovich : Good Idea. Tabled pending further researchVote:Bill#23Vote:Bill#24.'Vote:Bill #25BilJ#26Vote .. Yes:27Yes:26Yes:25Yes:23No:ONo:0No:2No:OAbs:1 PASSES PASSES PASSES PASSES ",, ,Bill#27Amato:Motion to amend remove $2000 from Emergency Relief Fund&$2000 for S.A. renovations Marquis : objection Amato : movetoamend VotetoamendYes:6No: 15 FAILS Seidenfrau : Amend $2000 Relief Fund stricken; reduce S.A. Complex moneyto$1000 Vincent : amend totaltoread $17,480 Marquis:O.K.Williams:amend Secretary pay $3150; increase of $1.50anhour; new totalreads:$18530 Marquis:O.K.3

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.. VoteYes:18No:2PUBLICCOMMENTPASSES ,..... ........ .B.a. : Thankstoall for passage of bills. S.A. may now move forward Femm Steenhuis : Come to S.A. Activities FairDeanWass. : "Beginners GuidetoDeaf Culture"interactive workshop Monday, Sept.27@7:30inWaterman Allen Bell : All interested please volunteer for S.A.V.A.C. Runningona limited crew right now. Koren Vaughan : Int. Student Ass. Caribbean week; Sept. 26Oct. 2 Meeting adjourned at approximately 8:15.4

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.. SSOCIATION Ar 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601 ... Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 8th Meeting 29 September 1993 AGENDA1.Call to Order 2. ApprovalofAgenda. -3. ApprovalofMinutes4.Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd >. 5.Finance Report Nick Rosello6.Task Group Reports7.New Business Bill #30, Bill #31 8. Old Business Bill #28 9. Announcements and Public Comments 10. Adjournment

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 8th Meeting29September 1993 MINUTES A !()(t)('".'..-.:-.'.'.' ..0.l..U-..J'_--Im,.-i.m O' .)0211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601 ..,. ...The 8th Meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:05pm. The agenda Task Group reports removed from minutes The minutes were approved.EXECUTIVEREPORTSBrian Ouail: Introduced Jill Rasmussen. JillRasmussen:Parents-family-friends weekend of Oct.15-17. Need volunteers for student showcase(talent show)onFri. Oct. 15.B.O.: Introduced Liz Barrett Liz : Need two State Board Reps. Call x4495. Voter reg. deadline Oct.8.Please get outtovote. Volunteers needed for voter blitz. Ralph Nader coming Nov. 15th@8 o'clock. B.O. : Introduced Jill Carlton Jill : Bill #31; 3 year upgrade plan-video shown. Please support! Brian Hurd : Civic Plaza protestfor off-campus housing issues Thurs. Sept. 30th@9:00am; transportation tobeprovided. Walk-a-thononOct. 9th for United Way. 3 mile walk/$5 or pledges; I have pledge sheets.1.

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... ,..... .) .. FINANCEREPORTAcct. #914 manage. Contingency=$2,677 Acct. #915 Contingency=$3,000 Acct. #916 Fixed Assets=$12,500*Program Fund should=$0 if Bill #30ispassed.*Audit will be completedina few days.NEWBUSINESSBill#30Annual Club Funding Disbursement Submittedby: Finance DepartmentSponsors:Steve Amato Bill#31Oswegonian Office Upgrade Submitted by : Jill Carlton; Editor-in-Chief, Oswegonian Sponsors :A.David MarquisOLDBUSINESSBill #28 Crew Club Reformation submittedby: Crew Team sponsors : Melissa Vincent, Chris Avis, Allen BellVincent:passedinhall...I'minsupport of ...weowe them. Bell : dedicated individuals ... it's our responsibility ... they are thinking about school prestige too. Speakers Williams : I'm concerned about amount.. .alot togotoanunstable club...however I support ... please do not amend...please voteasstands. Point-of-Info. : Where will shellsbestored? Point-of-clar. : Fallbrook LoungeMarquis:Will these shells become S.A. property?..Howdowe fund clubs&intramurals? point-of-clar. : Shells are S.A. property; S.A. funds both clubs&intramurals.2

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Marquis :I havenoopinion yet...Are clubs fundedbyathletic fee?..Whowill team compete with? point-of-clar. : Not funded by athletic fee ... will compete with other S.U.N.Y. schools. Marquis : I'll voteinfavor Dean Wass. : Thisisinvestment notanexpenditure Nick Rosello : Was skeptical until I heard there was a placetoshells. KorenVaughan:Call to question.Vote:Yes:26No:2PUBLICCOMMENT. . )0. Marquis : procedure Group meeting following Senate. B.a. : Sincewehave investedinthe Crew Team, we should now increase their budget line. RachelLerman:I'm dir. of Women's Issues. Women only meetings@1-2:50onMondays&12-1:00onThursdays. Bill McGuirk : Faculty/Campus committees get involved. See me for details. Meeting adjourned at approximately 6:45pm .3

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t ". TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 9th Meeting6October 1993 AGENDA1.Call to Order2.ApprovalofAgenda 3. ApprovalofMinutes 4. Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd 5. Finance Report Nick Rosello 6. Task Group Reports 7. New Business Bill #32, Bill #33, Bill #34, Bill #35, Bill #36, Resolution #158.Old Business Bill #30, Bill #31 9. Announcements and Public Comments 10. Adjournment211HewittUnion Oswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601

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ESSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 9th Meeting 6 October 1993 MINUTES211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601The 9th Meetingofthe 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:05pm. The agenda approved The minutes were approved. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Brian Quail: Introduced Dave Findeisen (Bi-GALA Director) approved by Senate; appointed by B.Q. B.Q. : Introduced Jessica Pepe (Special Projects Director) approved by Senate; appointed by B.Q. B.Q. : Introduced Lura Lunkenheimer (Spec. Olympics)Lura:Spoke in favorofBill #32 and Spec.Olympic events LizBarrett:Register to vote! Nov. 5-7 is NYPIRG conference in Binghamton;$20 for everthing-rides provided Intern open in Albany call NYPIRG office B.Q. : Spokeofoff-campus housing concerns. Doug Waterbury accepted plea bargainof14vio.($3,500 fine) calling it a business deci&ion. We need another housing inspector1

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..-BrianHurd:Introduced Myles Seidenfrau (Eco. club pres.)Myles:Spoke on Bill #35; we'd like more members! B.H. : Long-Range planning ChairisMatt Labovich Matt : Plan to work hard. B.H. : We need Chairpersons for College/Comm ReI. comm.&Recruitment comm. Also off-campus senators must submit office hours. Special elections held Nov. 3&4. Pick-up petitions in S.A. FINANCE REPORT Acct. #914 manage. Contingency=$2,677 Acct. #915 Contingency=$3,000 Acct. #916 Fixed Assets=$12,500*showed finance comm. guideline. "We simply fund clubs. See Supreme Court if you have problems withindoclubs."*Audit still not completed. Williams: P.O.!. I'm upset with formatofBill #30. Hurd : You're outoforder NEW BUSINESS Bill #32 Special Olympics Support Submitted by : Lura Lunkenheimer, Spec. Olympics event Co. Sponsors : Marquis, Bell, Zappie, Vincent Bill #33 Religious Funding Policy 1993 Submitted by :A.David Marquis Sponsors : Williams, Lechner2

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.' Bill #34 Karate Club Fund Increase Submitted by : Sandy Keilb, Karate Club Pres. Sponsors : Augustus Bill #35 Economics Club Support Submitted by : Myles Seidenfrau, Eco. club pres. Sponsors: Avis, Whitmore, Augustus, Vincent Bill #36 Intramural Rec. Sports Fund Increase Submitted by : Ms. J.L. Buffan, Dir. intramurals Sponsors : Vincent, Augustus, Avis, Ahem, Coleman Resolution#15Submitted by : Exec. Branch Sponsors : Coleman, Labovich Coleman :I yield Labovich : Great Res. Helps off-campus students. Speakers: Bums : postering campaign, even ratio on Parking Comm.Coleman:Very helpful; I've had problemsparking; employees have problems too. P.O.I. : Do employees pay fee? P.O.C. : No.Vote:YES:25NO:0ABS:OPASSES OLD BUSINESS Bill #30 Annual Club Funding Disbursement submitted by: Finance Dept. sponsors : Amato, Augustus Augustus: Is diverse Bill; I support

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.. Speakers:B.Q. : This has tobepassed so these groups can get there money. Stick to the issue at hand.Rosello:I am not responsible for theclubs under this Bill. Ijustgive them money accordingtothe guidelines set by S.A.Williams:Don't like two Karate clubsMarquis:We need to restructure budget guidelines; please table this.Bell:Bill #30 is the reason we have a Senate;Wemust pass this Pre man : Motion to table (objection); My constituents had problems with this. Kuryla : Pass itnow!P.O.I. : How do clubs get money P.O.C. : Have to pass this Bill for clubs to get money P.O.I. : Whatiffailed P.O.C. :Itwouldbein Senate's hands! Liseren : Move to questionVote:YES:13NO :11FAILSKoren:I support this. 2nd Speakers list :Marquis:I want this tabled! Labovich : Call to question (objection); Move to questionVote:YES :18 NO:8PASSESVOTE:YES :21 NO :4 PASSES Bill #31 Oswegonian Office Upgrade Submitted by : Jill Carleton Sponsors : Marquis Marquis :I support this. Speakers:Lechner:This is the largest Org. and the only one that meets their income line.Itis benefit to College&community; provides hands on experience; don'tbestingy-S.A. should give! 4

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Williams: Move to question; (I withdraw my motion.) Vincent: Friendly amendment1st year total should read $3925 Labovich : We did this for WTOP; we should do it for OswegonianVOTE:YES :25 NO:0ABS:0 .)PUBLIC COMMENT BrianHurd:Read Mary Jo and Joan's Thank You letter (brought tearstothe eyesofSenate) Kuryla : Exchange days see me for info. Marquis: I wish we had tabled Bill #30 Juandoo : Mon. is Columbus Day; it is disrespectful to honor this day Please honor Nat. Am. on this day B.Q. : By-Law #11 -commented on relevancetoBill #30. Meeting adjourned at approximately 8:00 pm .5

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.-TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 10th Meeting 13 October 1993211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601AGENDA 1.Call to Order 2. ApprovalofAgenda 3. ApprovalofMinutes 4. Executive Reports Brian Quail BrianHurd5.Finance Report Nick Rosello6.Task Group Reports 7.NewBusiness Bill #37 8.OldBusiness Bill #32, Bill #33, Bill #34, Bill #35, Bill#369.Announcements and Public Comments10.Adjournment

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 10th Meeting October 13,1993 MINUTES211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601 The 11th Meetingofthe 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:05pm. The agenda approved The minutes were approved. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Brian Quail: Introduced Supreme Court NomineesSenate approved and nominees were appointed. LizBarrett:Letter writing campaign to Chancelor on higher ed. Please sign to help restore monies to SUNY. B.Q. : Bill #37 explained and opened floor for questions; discussed Executive Order # 10 :"a returntofiscal prudence" BrianHurd:Introduced Sandy Keilb : spoke on Bill#34 we need money to pay our instructor; we have many participants and are only asking for $400.1

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, .... .'Jeff Kuryla : Gladly explained parliamentary procedure to a receptive Senate; discussedCollege/Community exchange daysMon Oct. 25th is dinner at Water St. Cafe followed by 6:15 City Hall gathering followed by 8:00 Common Council meeting where B.Q. will speak; then Wed. Oct. 27th5:30 to 6:45 dinner/cashbar in ballroom followed by Senate@7:00. B.H. : in 2 weeks, Senate willbemoving to 104 Lanigan to accomodate growing Senate. Wellness awareness week is nextweek;petitions for Senate seats are due next week. FINANCE REPORT Acct. #914 manage. Contingency=$2,677 Acct. #915 Contingency=$34,790.90 (subject to change -SUTRA) Acct. #916 Fixed Assets=$3580*Audit willbecompleted on the 15th. TASK GROUPS Procedure : We would have preferred that executive 10 order be submitted in legislative form. Long Range Planning: Working on Senate Leadership Award. Student Services : we are group chairpeople, no comment. College/Community Relations: We are concentratingonoff-campus housing concerns. Recruitment We will work hard to recruit new members. NE\V BUSINESS Bill #37 Graduate and Part-timeS.A.fee structure Submitted by : Executive Branch Sponsors : Amato2

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OLD BUSINESS Bill #32 Special Olympic Support submitted by : Lura Lunkenheimer, Spec. Olympics event coord. sponsors : Marquis, Bell, Zappie, Vincent Marquis : Good event, very community oriented, I supportBell:This is state wide event, I've workedwithem before, alotofhard work goes in, I support. Zappie :I support. Vincent : Good event, I support. Speakers List : Giunta :I don't support, they are already budgeted $6000, thisisto much for one event; this money is for t-shirts and food for the volunteers; Greeks donate time-intern students give timeand service; they don't need money from students. Vaughn: Friendly Amendment: change acct.# 916 to acct.#915;approved Augustus: Friendly Amendment: change from Bill#31toBill#32; amendment was approved. Marquis: Students need money support, this Billisan affirmationofstudent involvement with Special OlympicsBell:Call to question (objection) ; Move to question : Vote : Yes to end debate:23NO :4 Debate is ended. \ .VOTE:YES :24NO:3PASSES Bill #33 Religious Funding Policy 1993 Submitted by : Dave Marquis Sponsors : Williams, Lechner Lechner:Ifwedon't sponsor thenweare saying thatwedon't care about religion 3

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Speakers: Labovich : YieldtoChris Mount: Concernedwiadministration; Bill#9 did notgoto committee properly; Emersonv.Bd.ofEd. states that gov't. prohibits aid to any religious group; freedom to worship should be free from votes and public officials. J.Z. : Costitutionally, they are like any other group Giunta : no definition of religioninthis Bill : Bill#9isnot under my jurisdiction. Whitmore : our const. supports these groups; important to fund all ideas. Marquis: Bill #9 there are no specific definition for religious; these funds are for books. P.O.I. : What kindofbooks do they buy?Noanswer given.Bell:P.O.!. what groups are there now P.O.C. there are many;weneed definitionofreligion; we can't vote on this until Bill#9isbrought off the table. Marayi :I agreewiBell; however we can't stifle ideas; we are a corporation, thereisnothing in const. to stop funding. Enciso : we are heretolearn Burns : Table this or send to committee.Amato:I agreewiMaravi Augustus : move to table. > VOTE:YES :13 NO :12 ABS:O Bill #33isTABLED Bill #34 Karate Club Fund Increase submitted by : Sandy Keilb, Karate Club Pres. sponsors: Augustus *motion to remove chair was approve; Marquisisnew chair Augustus : they deserveit.Speakers: Juandoo :I support Coleman : They should raise there own money4

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Johannsen: Should be passed; they need the support Seidenfrau : Friendly Amendment-Acct #915; sponsor approved Labovich : P.O.I. : Why the drop in funding; Rosello -"We are only allowedtofund for halfofinstruction fee. Bums : yield to Karate Club Pres.we need money for instructor *movetoremove chair Yes:19No:O(New chairisLabovich) Bell : I'm not sure on this one Premen :I support B.H. : My fault for no speaker last week; they have tremendous membership. Ed Enciso: Women are raped; this club helps self-defense *Motion totable:Vote:Yes:4No: 22 FailsVOTE:YES:22 NO :2 ABS :2 PASSES Bill #35 Economics Club Support submitted by : Myles Seidenfrau, Eco.club pres. sponsors : Avis, Whitmore, Augustus, Vincent Avis :I support Siedenfrau : Thisisa learning environment ... (spoke in favor) *move totable:Yes:20No:4 BillisTABLED BILL #36 Intramural Rec. Sports Fund Increase Submitted by : Ms. J.L. Buffan, Dir. Intramurals Sponsors : Vincent, Augustus, Avis, Ahem, Coleman *Bill was TABLED by a voteof24-0. PUBLIC COMMENT Brian Hurd : Thanks to all for staying Bums : Pres, did his job on the Bills Maravi : Don't vote for every bill that comes down the pike Wass. : Alcohol Awareness week 5

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. .. Bell:We are suppose to represent constituents; S.A.V.A.C. operating under normal hours4p.m.to8 a.m. Jim Rogers : Be conservative when voting on bills. Marquis: Don't let precedent scare you. Meeting adjourned at approximately 9:00 pm .6

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative SessionIIth Meeting 20 October 1993 AGENDA1.Callto Order 2. ApprovalofAgenda 3. ApprovalofMinutes 4. Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd 5. Finance Report Nick Rosello 6. Task Group Reports 7. New Business Bill #38, Bill #39, Bill #40, Bill #41, Bill #42, Bill #43 Bill #44 8. Old Business Bill #37 9. Announcements and Public Comments 10. Adjournment211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601

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> SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 11th Meeting October 20,1993 MINUTES)... .,(.) I hb \ 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601...} The11th Meetingofthe 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:00pm. The agenda approved The minutes were approved. EXECUTIVE REPORT"S Brian Quail: (Senate went into Executive Session) Senate reconvened at 6:35. 1Ul. :Spoke about student selVices and the Facilities Use Policy. BrianHurd:Introduced Jeff Kuryla : spoke on upcoming College Community exchange days. Introduced BenBryan:Bill #44 sponsoring Livestock; we need money. B.H. : copiesofBill#9are available to those that want them .1

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".> FINANCE REPORT Acct. #914 manage. Contingency=$2,677 Acct. #915 Contingency=$33,140.90 Acct. #916 Fixed Assets=$3500.80*SeeBill #44 handout for information. TASK GROUPSProcedure:Bill#9and infonnation sheets are available. Long RangePlanning: No new business. StudentServices:No new business. College/Community Relations: No new business. Recruitment No new business. NEW BUSINESS Bill #38 Intramural Rec. Sports Fund Increase Submitted by : Ms. J.L. Buffan, Dir. Sponsors : Vincent Bill #39 Off-Campus Senators Meeting Submitted by : Victor Augustus, Off-Campus SenatorSponsors:Williams, Marquis, J.Z., Amato Bill #40 Fall Election Submitted by : Executive Branch Sponsors : Williams, Bell, Labovich Bill #41 LimitTennsofPresident and Vice President Submitted by : Executive BranchSponsors:Coleman, J.Z., Ahearn 2

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.. > Bill #42 Legislative Session Change (Const. By-Law #3) Submitted by : Executive Branch Sponsors : Labovich, Marquis Bill #43 All Senators Elected During All Campus Election Submitted by : Executive Branch Sponsors : Lechner, Labovich, Grandison Bill #44 Add Funds for WNYO's Promotions Account Submitted by : Ben Bryan, Bus. Dir for WNYO Sponsors : Amato, Labovich OLD BUSINESS Bill #37 Grad. and Part-timeS.A.Fee Structure submittedby: Executive Branch sponsors : Amato Amato : We might as well pass it SpeakersList:J.Z.: Do students pay at timeofregistration? Wass : Clarified Marquis : Call to question.VOTE:YES :28 NO:1PASSES .. *Marquis : motion to take Bill #9 off table FAILS motion to take Bill #34 off table FAILS

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PUBLIC COMMENT Marquis: Aux. Services want student input; Bill #9 was flawed. Femm : Please hand in organization surveys. Lerman : Child-care service; latch-key during summer; Arise (Newspaper) coming soon so please submit work. Wass : Teleconference on 1st amendment rights HQ'wna : motion to adjourn. Senate adjourned at 7:30 p.m.4

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 12th Meeting27October 1993 AGENDA1.Call to Order2.ApprovalofAgenda 3. ApprovalofMinutes4.Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd 5. Finance Report Nick Rosello6.Task Group Reports 7. Presidential Veto MessageAT211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601. :. 8.New Business Resolution #16, College Policy for Groups, Clubs, Chapters and Organizations9.Old Business Bill #38, Bill #39, Bill #40, Bill #41, Bill #42, Bill #43 Bill #44 10. Announcements and Public Comments 11. Adjournment

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'. SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 12th Meeting October 27,1993 MINUTESp,T 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601The 12th Meetingofthe 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 7:15pm. The agenda approved The minutes were approved. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Brian Quail: Absent due to illness (Senate wishes him well.) BrianHurd:"Thanks to all who participated in College/Community Exchange Days." Introduced Mayor Hammill who addressed Senate. B.H. : F.U.P. needs to be ratified by Senate; also a reminder that Senate will be in room 104 Lanigan next week. FINANCE REPORT Acct. #914 manage. Contingency=$2,677 Acct. #915 Contingency=$33,140.90 Acct. #916 Fixed Assets=$3500.801

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> -*Bill #44 disclosed some proceeds from ticket sales for Livestock. Total dollar amount unknown at this time. TASK GROUPS Procedure : Mtg. tonight after meeting Long Range Planning: meeting times are 5:30 before Senate Student Services: We are putting together fact sheet about Student Services; please get feedback from constituents College/Community Relations: No new business. Recruitment Mtg. after Senate tonight. Presidential Veto Message BrianHurd:Presented Brian Quail's message to Senate regarding Bill #32 Special Olympics Funding." Billisin direct conflict with Community Services whichisfunded by S.A. Special Olympicsisa committee under Comm. Services. Speakers: Guinta: yield to Jodi Koenig: Explained Comm. Service relationship with Spec. Olympics.Bell:P.O.I. : Do they wish to separate from Community Services?Jodi:No.Guinta : Vote it down!Bell:We must vote in favor of veto; by veto it does not mean that we don't support Spec. Olympics. Labovich : Call to question.Vote:YES:0NO:29 Bill #32isFailed; Vetoisupheld2 ------------_ .. __._.-._-----------------------

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NEW BUSINESS Resolution #16 : College/Community Exchange Days Submitted by : The Executive Branch Sponsors : Coleman, Williams, Zappie, Holcomb Williams : This was great service to both Zappie : We must communicate with community J .Z. : This was a good experience for me Labovich : Call to question Resolution #16 passesby general consent and acclimation OLD BUSINESS Bill #36 Motion to remove from the table was approved. Call to questionVote:YES:0 NO : 29 Bill #36 Fails Bill #38 : Intramural Recreational Sports Fund Increase Submitted by : Ms. J.L. Buffan, Dir., IRSA&Health Science Instructor Sponsors : Vincent Vincent: I yield Speakers: Bell : yielded to Ms. Buffan : our employees are underpaid; we need more money.Marquis:P.O.!. What kindofsafety certification are needed for employees? P.O.C. Lifeguards must be, plus all positions deal with safety. P.O.I. Do you get any money from Athletic Fee? P.O.C. -No!P.O.! Whatifthis fails! P.O.C. Thereisno where else totumBell :I support3

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Amato :I am against Williams : we are obligated to pass butIdon't agree with sumLechner:IsupportRosello:We don't have the money; table until auditor talks to Senate Coleman :Idon't supportLabovich: Agree with Amato;Idon't supportGuinta:Call to question (objection)Bell:P.O.I. Are these accounts right! P.O.C. Auditor will make it clear Gottlieb :Idon't support Grandison : Motion to table.Vote:YES:22NO:7 Bill #38 was tabled Bill #39 Off-Campus Senator Meeting Submittedby: Victor Augustus, Off-Campus SenatorSponsors:Williams, Marquis, J.Z., Amato Williams : This is our job. Marquis : Good forum for input, even though we have office hours J.Z. : This is important; I support Amato :I supportSpeakers:Coleman:Formal amendment to 1st be it enacted clause; change "monthly" to "bi-weekly" Vote : Yes : 16 No :11passesColeman:Friendly Amendment to strike 2nd "be it enacted" clause *Objection from sponsor Amato Preman :Whatdooffcampus Senators do now? I talk tomyconstituents Marquis : Call to Question ; *objection was madeGrandison:How do we make senators show up?Augustus:I support this bill Labovich : There are problems with this bill 4

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Vincent : should be weekly meetingsMarquis:On-campus senators are simply liaisons to hall councils Grandison : Call to questionVOTE:YES :18 NO:10 PASSES Bill #40 Fall Election submittedby: Executive Branch sponsors: Williams, Bell, LabovichWilliams:IYield Bell :Weneed to pass this Speakers: Marquis : Call to questionVOTE:BILL #40 PASSES GENERAL CONSENT Bill #41 Limit TermsofPresident and Vice President submitted by : Executive Branch sponsors : Coleman,J.Z.Coleman:We need to protect against zealous presidentsJ.Z. :Iagree speakers: Amato :Ioppose; this is against democratic process Marquis : Call to question;*ObjectionBums:look at Senate at large; they limit terms, so must weVOTE:YES:27NO:3 PASSES Bill #42 Legislative Session change (Cons!. By-Law #3) submitted by : Executive branch sponsors : Labovich, Marquis 5 ...__._--------------------------

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Labovich : It is not fair the way it works now Marquis :I support thisSpeakers:Vincent:I supportColeman:Call to question VOTE YES :30 NO :0PASSES Bill#43All Senators Elected During All Campus Election submittedby: Executive Branchsponsors:Lechner, Labovich, GrandisonLechner:I support Grandison :I supportSpeakers:Williams:Call to questionVOTE:YES :30 NO :0 PASSES Bill#44Add Funds for WNYO's Promotions Account submitted by :BenBryan, Bus. Dir. for WNYO sponsors : Amato, Labovich Amato :I sponsored because no one else did; this bill looks bad Labovich :I agree Speakers:*Senate had extensive, lengthy debate in which the following MOTIONS and AMENDMENTS weremade:MOVE to question:Vote:Yes:17No:10 6 FAILS (needs 2/3 vote)

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MOVE totable:Vote:Yes:10No:17 FAILSFonnalAMENDMENT(changeamount given to $2000)Vote:Yes:9 No :17FAILSFonnalAMENDMENT ( change amount to-0-)Vote:Yes:12 No : 16 FAILS MOVEtotableVote:Yes:12No:15 FAILS Friendly AMENDMENT ( change sum to$1000)*approved MOVE to questionVote:Yes:23No:3 ................. MOTION for roll call vote was secondedVOTE:YES : Gottlieb, Majovski, Hrywna, Amato, Grandison, Labovich, Parker, Preman, Avis, Whitmore, Cukrow(proxy), Johannsen, Lechner, and one other senator(name not recorded) NO : Bell, Ahearn, Cranell, Augustus, Coleman, Marquis, Williams, Zappie, Vincent, Ballard, Guinta, Wagner, Holcomb, and one other senator (Name not recorded)*Vote was a 14-14 tie. PresidentofSenate, Mr. Brian Hurd cast the deciding vote in favorofBill #44 Bill #44 PASSES by 15-14.7

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PUBLIC COMMENT Marquis : This meeting was a disgrace; we must learn the rules Femm : I'm glad Off-Campus senate bill was passed.Coleman:Concert band on Halloween@3 o'clock; Where were all senators at Common Council meeting; I'm ashamedofyou.Lerman:CometoAlicia Quintano; Seneca Hall on Tues.@7. Hrywna : ThankstoWtop for working this meeting. Senate adjourned at 10:45 p.m.8

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 13th Meeting 3 November1993AGENDA1.Call to Order2.ApprovalofAgenda3.ApprovalofMinutes4.Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd5.Finance Report Nick Rosello6.Task Group Reports7.Presidential Veto Message8.New Business Bill #45, Bill #46, Resolution #179.Old Business 10. Announcements and Public Comments 11. Adjournment211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 13th Meeting November 3,1993 MINUTESA. :211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601The 13th Meetingofthe 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:00 pm. The agenda objection Res. #17isnow Bill #47 The minutes were approved. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Brian Ouail: Introduced Tom Ryan; "We have more parking than any other S.U.N.Y. school; learn how to use Centro better; you shouldn't havetowalk far to Res Hall at night Mr. Ryan than entertained numerous questions regarding parking. call x3214 (Dean Wass.) or x5555 (Tom Ryan) for further parking concerns. B.O. : Pub Crawl We've had problems with harassmentofdrivers; please tell constituents about the problem. ; Executive Order #11 was discussed, "Health and Environmental safety" ; "There has been low tum out for on-campus voting; get out the vote.-"Thanks to all about your concerns for my health." Brian Hurd : Thankstoall for staying last week. Please get constituents outtovote.1

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FINANCE REPORT Acct. #914 manage. Contingency=$2,677 Acct. #915 Contingency==$21,607 Acct. #916 Fixed Assets=$3500.80 TASK GROUPSProcedure:Mtg. tonight after meeting Long Range Planning : meeting times are 5 :30 before Senate StudentServices:We are putting together fact sheet about Student College/Community Relations : Mtg. after Senate tonight Recruitment Mtg. at 5:45; there will be a booth in the Union next week PRESIDENTIAL VETO MESSAGE PresidentQuail:Bill #44ishere by vetoed; I have no hesitation about this; it was partly the executive branches fault for approving the purchase orders. Speakers: Amato : This was exec. branches fault; money transfer should not have been allowed. Williams : Upholding veto will not punish; it will just not reward. Labovich :I still feel the same on this issue. Marquis : This was Finance Dep't. fault; I hold them responsible; regardless it goes against procedures so I support the Veto; alsoWNYOnever had more than $3,000 to begin with.Coleman:Call to question Do you now favor Bill #44VOTE:YES:4-------------------NO:272Bill #44 FAILS

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-Motiontotake Bill #33 off the table; objection -Move to removeBill #33 from thetable:Vote : Yes :12No :17PUBLIC COMMENT n.Jl. :I wish you had taken Bill #33 off the table. RachelLerman:"Arise" coming soon; pleasesend in contributions. B.H. : Religious Group funding shouldbeput to referendum. Senate adjourned at 7:30 p.m.4

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 14th Meeting10November 1993 AGENDA1.Call to Order 2. ApprovalofAgenda 3. ApprovalofMinutes 4. Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd 5. Finance Report Nick Rosello6.Task Group Reports7.New Business Bill #48, Bill #49, Bill #50, Bill #518.Old Business Bill #45, Bill #46, Bill #47 9. Announcements and Public Comments10.AdjournmentA T...0",-J.QP...-lIn () ..,..)..:.0) \.) ""} / d b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601

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... SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 14th Meeting November 10, 1993 MINUTES211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601The 14th Meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:00pmThe Agenda Approved The Minutes were approved The following Senators were absent: Marirose DeSantis, Mellissa Vincent. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Brian QuailIntroduced Jess Jones from NYPIRG to talk about their Toxics Tour on Nov. 13th and about Ralph Naderonthe 15th. Brian Quail: Higher education awareness day is comming up please sign up. -Bill #48 will set quotassowe do not mearly use enfrancisement money to fill holesinour budget. -Bill #47 should betabled.-Briannow gave the floor to David Marquis to talk about A.S. meal plan surplus. the senate deciedona lower price for next semester. -Bill #45shouldbeenforced immediatly.Wehave Money Problems because of past budgeting. Brian HurdMiss a meal December 9th -Jeff Kruyla isOJat the patch tonight. Finance Report Accounts #915 Contingency= 21,607 #914 Man. Contingency 2,677 #916 Fixed Assets= 3500.80 Our fund balance is below 125,000 we need to bring itup.

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TASK GROUPS PROCEDURE: Meeting Sunday 8:30pm LONG RANGE PLANNING: Weds 5:30 COLLEGE COMMUNITY: weds 5:30 RECRUITMENT: Sign up for table New Business Bill # 48 Sponsors: Amato, Labovich, Bell Bill # 49 Sponsors: Marquis, Lechner, Ricci Bill # 50Sponsors:Wagner Bill #51Sponsors: Lechner, Bell, Ahearn Old Buisness Bill # 45 Augustus: Punishment for last year unfair. Labovich: We should make sureanattempt is made. Grandison: Good for finance. Johannsen: Can we punish a group that does not do their fund raising early. Bell: The problem is sky high income line. Nick: Wewill have to work the kinks out of the system. Marquis: Definite problems this needs passage. Wiliams: WNYO is not that far from normal for a college station income. Lechner: Making an effort Marquis: motion to table passed31-1Bill #46 Marquis: This is how it works.

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Labovich: We are accusing people Kruyla: This bill is not worth the paper it is printedon.Amato: system not working Lechner: Move to table failed 5-28 Bell: Call to question Bill failed 9-24 Bill #47 Coleman : yields Marquis: Table this bill Williams: movetotable Bill tabled Bell: Motiontobring Bill#1off the table BH:does anyone have a copy if not bring it up next week. Public comment and concern Lechner: joinmycommittee. Bell: Motion to Ajourn

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 15th Meeting17November 1993 AGENDA1.CalltoOrder2.ApprovalofAgenda3.ApprovalofMinutes4.Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd5.Finance Report Nick Rosello6.Task Group Reports 7. New Business Bill #52, Bill #538.Old Business Bill #48, Bill #49, Bill #50, Bill#519.Announcements and Public Comments 10. Adjournment211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 15th Meeting November 17,1993 MINUTES211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601The 15th Meetingofthe 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:00 pm. The agenda objection (Remove Bill#52); there was an objection to the objection;vote:yes toremove:21no:11abs:1 motionto remove Bill #51(RH.:That is propertyofbody and cannot be removed from agenda)*Bill #52 remains on the agenda The minutes objection (Melissa Vincent spelled wrong in Senators' absent listing.) Senatorsabsent:Friskey, Hrywna, Grandison EXECUTIVE REPORTS Brian Ouail: Introduced Mike Roe from the jazz ensemble; discussed need for further funding. Liz Barrett: Update on NYPIRG activities H.Q...: Income generation policy; please see memorandum. Bill#52should be voted down; I'm afraidofthis. fund balance is $108,000 Centro payment plan accepted by Centro refund policy for grad/part-time will be introduced soon Advocate General Bill; I'd like to see it pass without salary Grad student focus group; don't fail altogether

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BrianHurd:No Senate next week. Senate on Dec.1,8is in 105 Lanigan. Miss-a-Meal petitions due Friday. Dec. 6 is reception at Shady Shores; you can R.S.V.P. at x3214. IntroDavyl Hillary, Chief JusticeofSupreme Court: Bill #50 needs amendment because Circle K needs a constitution.RH.:Renovations to main level dining coming soon FINANCE REPORT Acct. #914 manage. Contingency=$2,677 Acct. #915 Contingency=$21,607 Acct. #916 Fixed Assets = $3500.80 TASK GROUPS Procedure: Mtg. Sunday at 7:00. Long Range Planning: Working on S.A. Outstanding Senator Award; to be funded through U.A.A.Student Services: Student Services info sheet coming soon. College/Community Relations: Mtg. in H.U.@5:30. Recruitment: Sign up for Friday booth NEW BUSINESS Bill #52 : Miscellaneous Organizations Funding Ref Submittedby:David Marquis Sponsors: Williams Bill #53 : Jazz-Festival Support Submittedby:Mike Roe Sponsors: Coleman, Guinta, Ricci, Bell 2

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OLD BUSINESS Bill#48:Graduate/part-time Budget Quotas Submittedby:Exec. Branch Sponsors : Amato, Labovich, BellAmato:I SupportLabovich:Someone make a motion to change date to Feb.1,1994Bell:P.O.I. -Whythe60-40split?Speakers:Ahearn:Friendly Amendment remove clause A and B; no objection JoAnn:P.Q.!. -Whatabout those that don't use services?P.O.c.Fee Refund Policy coming soonMarquis:I don't likequotas; I like the idea butitis worded badly Williams: Motion to send to Procedure Committee Whitmore objection Williams: Move to send to committee Vote:Yes:30No:3 Bill #48 was sent to committee Bill#49:Ticket Anti-Fraud Act Submittedby:Rob WilliamsSponsors:Marquis, RicciMarquis:Weneed to crack down on lawlessness.Ricci:According to Bill #37of1988, 53 tickets are alloted for give away; change this bill.Speakers:Augustus: Friendly Amendment -"Beitfurther enacted that all tickets be ordered through the box office; no objection.Burns:This should be sent to Procedure Task GroupMarquis:Let's fix it now and not send to committee Augustus: Friendly Amendment Be it enacted clause from Bill #37beadded to Bill #49; objection Morrison: Move to Procedure committee3

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Vote:Yes:16No:16*Brian Hurd -trWe'll talk about it tonight,myvote is no." Motion Fails AulrustuS: Friendly Amendment -trBeitfunher enacted that the S.A. organization sponsoring the event can submit a guest listtoExec. BranchAhearn:Move to amend to strike amendments 1&2Vote:Yes:13No:16 Motion fails Call to questionVOTE:YES:10NO:21ABS :0 FAILS Motion to reconsider also failed 6 to 23 Bill #50 Circle K Support Submittedby:Chris GuintaSponsors:Wagner Wagner: Yield to JodiKoenig:Circle K is a divisionofKiwanis, discussed eventsofCircle K Speakers list : Whitmore: motion to remove chair; no objection Crannell: Friendly amendment: $600 from Acct #915 to community services Acct. to be overseen by community services; no objectionVincent:Amendment:Beit further enacted that this is contingent upon approvalofthe Circle K constitution Bill #51 : Religious Group Funding Referendum Submittedby:Matt LabovichSponsors:Lechner, Bell, AhearnBell:YieldAhearn:There is no harm in putting thistoreferendum4

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._..-................. Speakers: MarQuis: YieldtoReligious group president: Please vote down Enciso: Vote this down MarQuis: What's the motivation behind this Amato: It's discriminatory Morrison: Goodtofund religion Hrywna: Fail itBums:This wouldbewrong Coleman: Students have voice, we are asking for their opinion Ahearn: This should gotoreferendum Labovich: We aren't getting enough infofrom students Johannsen: Add description from groups affected Augustus: Move to questionYes:26No:4 VOTE:YES:14NO:16 FAILS PUBLIC COMMENT lM2..: To those who voted yes, you can get signatures from students to have this put on ballot Augustus: We need lights in the commuter lot MarQuis: Ticket sale Bill was good debate Senate adjourned at 8:45 p.m.5

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 1 December 1993 AGENDA1.Call to Order2.ApprovalofAgenda 3. Approval of Minutes4.Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd 5. Finance Report Nick Rosello 6. Task Group Reports 7. New Business Bill #54, Bill #55 Bill #568.Old Business Bill #52, Bill #53 9. Announcements and Public Comments 10. Adjournment211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601

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.. SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 16th Meeting December 1,1993 MINUTES ("..".......0._1-iJ(10''QI.1i.-.1 .. .J mO' >,0(j),j\).....,.! 1"\ 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601The 16th Meetingofthe 29th Legislative Sessionwascalled to order at 6:00 pm. The No objections The minutes objection Pete Morrison incorrectly quoted on Bill #51; shouldread"I do not wish to fund religious organizations Senatorsabsent:Friskey, Ahearn, Marquis, Preman, DeSantisEXECUTIVEREPORTS Brian Ouail:WNYOBen Bryan discussedadline and Bill #55 B.Q. : Please amend Centro Bill to read $8000EU.P.Bill needs tobetakenofftable and votedonDeanofArts and Sciences needsstudent advisors; please sign upifinterested Grad student focus group poll taken to find issuesofconcerns S.A. OpenHouseonWed.,Dec.8@4o'clock in S.A. conferenceroomBrianHurd:Miss -aMeal : "Make -aWish" : Uses money to fund wishesoftenninally ill children locally "People Against Poverty" : Help to fight poverty locally; clothingandfood drives "Pennies forPenfield"," Special Olympics","National ArborDayFoundation" also applied for Miss -aMeal funds1

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*Floor was opened for motionstodistribute miss -ameal funds: Coleman: Motion for 100%ofmoney to "People Against Poverty"; objection was made Giunta: Let's divideitup equally Williams: I agree wI Coleman. 100% to "People Against Poverty"Borrow:I agree wI Williams. Money should stay in Oswego County. Juandoo :I agree wI Williams as well. Labovich : Why is Special Olympics coming to Senate for these funds? I'd rather not give money to library while there are people with no food. lkll.: We should support Make -aWish as well. It's a good cause. Btyan :I support a 50-50 split between "People Against Poverty" and "Make -aWish" Williams: Move for 100%to"People Against Poverty"; Motion FAILS Move for 75-25% split for "people Against Poverty" and "Make -aWish" Motion PASSES; 75% to "People Against Poverty" & 25% to "Make -aWish"B.H.:Orientation positions openingup;please applyifinterestedANANCEREPORT Acct. #914 manage. Contingency=$2,677 Acct. #915 Contingency=$21,007 Acct. #916 Fixed Assets=$3500.80*I support Bills but please be awarethat we are running outofmoney. TASK GROUPS Procedure: No new business No new business Student Services: No new business Relations: No new business Recruitment: No new business2

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NEW BUSINESS Bill #54 ; Referendum Promotion Refonn Act Submitted by ; Steve Amato Sponsors: Murillo Bill #55 ; Funds for WNYO Ad Line Submittedby:Ben Bryan, WNYO Business Director Sponsors: Williams, Labovich Bill #56 ; Payment for Centro Submittedby: Executive Branch Sponsors ; Williams, Labovich Bill#48:GraduateIPart-time Allocation Plans Resubmitted by : The Procedure Group Sponsors: Amato, Labovich, Bell OLD BUSINESS Bill #52 ; Misc, Funding Referendum Submitted by : A, David Marquis Sponsors ; Williams Williams: Motion to withdraw; I have consent from submitter Vote to withdraw;Yes:29No:1 Bill #52 is withdrawn Bill #53 : Jazz Festival Support Submittedby;Mike Roe Sponsors: Coleman, Giunta, Ricci, Bell Coleman: Good Bill; They enhance our Campus Community image; This wouldbea good donation. Giunta: Well planned; They deserve this money.3

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Ricci : They have been around for 28 years; Senate has never had problem with this organization; They give Oswego State some national exposure. Bell : Yield. Speakers: HI:ywna : Where is money going to come from; I support this. Labovich : This will leave no money in acct #915; I support but we have no money Rosello: $307 left in contingencyifthe next three money bills pass !!..Q..: P.O.I. What will be left in the other two accounts;P.O.c.Roughly $7000. Williams: Motion to change total amount given from $3700 to $2500; objection. Move to change :Vote:Yes:18No : 14 Motion FAILS Williams: I hope this passes; reduce amountoffunding before you decide to fail. P.O.!. : What is Fixed Assets account used for?P.O.c.: Inventory, etc.Bell:Would they be invited next yearifthey didn't go this year;P.O.c.:Likely no. Vincent: P.O.I. : What would we have todoto allow them to fund raise.P.O.c.: They just need financial approval. Labovich : Can we give an arbitrary amount and allow fundraising? Hrywna : Motion to change $3000 in the Be it enacted to $2500; no objections. : Motion to change $700 in the Be it enacted clause to $350; objection. !!..Q.. :Most spending comes in the beginningofyear; you are spending on course.Amato:Move to change beitenactedclause to read $1500 in acct #654 and $350 in acct #653; Motion PASSES (226). Ricci :Weall knowitis difficult to fund raise. Morrison: Group should explore some cost cutting measures; there are different ways around this. Grandison : Call to Question. VOTE:YES:31No:O4ABS:OPASSES

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..PUBLIC COMMENT Lennan : Join Leadership Honor Society to be a charter member. Kuryla : O.C.A. Christmas video day on Tues. Dec. 7th Karaoke Contest on Wed., Dec. 8th in Main Lounge 1st prize=$150 in school books!!RQ.: This Senate has tabled to many Bills.RH.: New Campus Life Director will come by on Mon.@2 o'clock in S.A. office.Bryan:We need a listoftabled bills. Senate adjourned at 8:00 p.m.5

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.. SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 17th Meeting 8 December 1993 AGENDA1. Call to Order 2. ApprovalofAgenda 3. ApprovalofMinutes 4. Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd5.Finance Report Nick Rosello6.Task Group Reports 7. New Business Bill #57, Bill #59, Bill #60, Bill #61, Resolution #17211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-36018.Old Business Bill #1, Bill #25, Bill #33, Bill #35, Bill #38, Bill #45, Bill #47, Bill #48, Bill #54, Bill #55, Bill #56 9. Special Orders Bill #58 10. Announcements and Public Comments 11. Adjournment

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'"TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 17th Meeting 8 December 1993 MINUTES AT 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601 The 17th Meetingofthe 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:00. Bills #1, #25, #33, #35,#38,#45, #47 takenofftable and added to agenda with no objections. The minutes were approved. Senators absent: Chris Friskey, A. David Marquis EXECUTIVE REPORTS BRIAN QUAIL: Bill #61 is good; Change "President" to "Vice President"; explained Bill #58 (Special Orders); getting the word out -"SACalendar" weekly calendarofSAevents FINANCE REPORT Nick Rosello reported no change in accounts. TASK GROUPS NO REPORT OLD BUSINESS The following bills were passed: Bill #48 Grad/Part-time Allocation Plans Bill #54 Referendum Promotion Reform Act Bill #55 Funds for WNYO Bill #56 Payment for Centro Bill#1Ex. Branch Members Attend Meetings Bill #25 CreationofOfficeofAdvocacy The following bills failed: Bill #33 Religious Funding Policy Bill #38 IRS A Fund Increase The meeting was adjourned at7:3Opm.

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& .. '. SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 18th Meeting 26 January 1994 AGENDA1.Call to Order2.ApprovalofAgenda3.ApprovalofMinutes4.Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd.A .0 j".0''-v'.''Ql.) _.....1 ._" ....CV'.UV,. .) 0211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315) 341-3601 5.Task Group Reports6.Old BusinessBill #57, Bill #59, Bill #60, Bill #617.Announcements and Public Comments8.Adjournment

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& SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 19th Meeting2February 1994 AGENDA1.CalltoOrder2.ApprovalofAgenda3.Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd4.Task Group Reports5.New Business Bill #62, Bill #63, Resolution #186.Old Business Bill #577.Announcements and Public Comments8.Adjournment p.,r 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315)341-3601

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= SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 February 1994MinutesA T 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601The 19th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:05. The roll was taken with 22 Senators present and 7 absent. The agenda was approved withnochanges. There werenominutes to be approved.Executive Report: BrianQuail--He introduced Robyn Macleese, who is a graduate student who deals with AIDS/HIV Awareness. She wanted to let the senators know about the Peer Program and that they needed more advisors for the program. "Once you are committed to the program it is a lot of work plus you will learn a lot." Under the program you could get 3 upper division credits under the GST 101/303 program. --He then introducedLizfrom NYPIRG. She talked about Lobby Day and passed a sign up sheet around. The times were not set yet. There will be training for the people going to Lobby Day. "Go, it is from morning to night. Tell your constituents about it." There are State Board elections this semester, for NYPIRG. There are two members from Oswegoonthe board already. There is a general interest meetingonFeb. 5th at 7:30inthe Formal Lounge. --He then introduced the new DirectorofCampus Life/Hewitt Union.Hesaid that he would be a regular at the meetings. "No hour speech on the agenda!!" There willbea small committee formed to look at the PPB plan. The Senate will be fully updated.Heannounced the resignation of the

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Director of Finance last week andhesaid that an interim director wouldbenamed shortly. Victor--"Why has Budget Hearings been moved up?" SQ--"To give more time for the budget. Last year the, the Senate, approvedanallocation." Victor--"Wouldn't it cause problems with elections?" SQ--"It won'tbepassed until after elections." The deadline for the budgets were moved to February 9th. There isnonew schedule for the council to meet.BrianHurd--Introduced Dr. Masterson who then yielded to the captain of the track team to answer question about the billinthe agenda. Kevin--"How many returning members from last year?" --10-20 members both full and part time. Matt-"Of the meets, which have passed?"
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.. Feb.14thfrom10-3 there willbeanActivities Fair. SA will have a table. People are needed tomanthe table. The final draft of the schedule, for the table, willbepostedintheSAoffice.Heasked that the chairs of the Task Groups stay after the meeting to talk tohim.NewBusiness:Bill#62:Submittedby:theExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:MattL.Bill#63:Submittedby:IntramuralRecreationalSportsAssociationSponsoredby:Mellissa Chad--'Thisisjust amovementofmoney?"BH-'Yes."Resolution#18:Submittedby:RachelLerman,DiversityDirectorofWomenIssuesonCampusSponsoredby:RobandVictorRachel--Wantedtogive alittlebackgroundinformationontheissue.Ifyou kn9w thepersondonotsayanythingtoprotecther.Shehas3smallchildrenallundertheageof5.Shemaintainedstronggradesthroughherentireordeal.LizisholdinganenvelopeintheSAofficesopeoplemaymakeadonationtohelpherout.Take thisbacktoyourHallCouncil.CallherifyouwanthertospeakattheHallCouncil.Her numberis--athome: 2-1344 orx2967.Victor--"Let'shelpourfellowstudents."He'sallforit. Rotr-"Cuts closetohome."CalltoquestionbyMatt.PassesOldBusiness:Bill#57:Submittedby:TrackandRunningClubSponsoredby:SteveAmatoSteve--'Theymaysoundunorganizedbuttheydoworkhard."Betsy--"Trackmeetsarelong.Theyarepickingupexpensesthemselves. Theyhaveaverydedicatedcoach.HepickeduptheexpensesfortheFallhimself."Rebecca--Shesupportsit.Shetalkedtosomeonewholikestrackanddidnotknowthattherewasaclub."ThisissomeonethatSAmissed."Matt--"Supportfortherestofthesemesterbutthereshouldbenoreimbursmentforwhathaspassed."CalltoquestionbyMellissa.Passes24-1

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Announcements and Public Comment:Rachel-Leadership Honor Society wantstogo National. There isanorganizational meeting next week. Herstory Month meeting next week at4.Women Center meetings at 5:30onWed. Tony Maravi--Student Activities FaironFeb 14th. Communication Department has a newsletter going out. Rebecca--Some organizations confused about the Programming Board. "Hear organizations out. Don't leave a mess for next year." SQ--As we hear questions we answer them. Dean Wassenaar--Interestedinsome feedback about the cancellation of classesonlast friday. Several people thought the news should have been putonthe television. Victor--"Meetingonfriday?" SQ--"Yes, at 4." Chris--"Motion to adjourn." The 19th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was adjourned at 7:19 p.m..

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session20thMeeting 9 February1994AGENDA1.Callto Order2.ApprovalofAgenda3.Executive ReportsBrian Quail BrianHurd4. Task Group Reports 5. Old BusinessBill #62, Bill#636. Announcements and Public Comments 7. Adjournment -----------------------211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 20th Meeting 9 February 1994Minutes Ar 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601-**All the new senators were sworninby the Advocate General, Jerry Serling. The 20th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:04. The roll was taken with 23 Senators present and 9 absent. The agenda was approved withnochanges. The minutes were approved.Executive Report:BrianQuail--He introduced Liz from NYPIRG who talked about Lobby Day--the sign up sheet isinthe SA office. The times are from 7:00 am until 4:00 pm. General interest meeting is next Tuesday. The committee for the programming committee willbemade up of Brian Quail, Brian Hurd, Tina Agee, Kathryn Smith, Kevin Juandoo, Lou Ricci, Jannelle Perman, Joanne Smith. The PPB Committee should have been includedinthe graphinthe PPB Reconstruction outline sheets. Renovations are nearing an end. Because of the weather and leaking pipes, the workers had tobereassinged to different areas. Dates have been given for tentative completion but nothing is set yet. Check cashing willbeopen at 9:00 am instead of 1 0:00am and may stay open longer. Hope Adams is serving as interim Director of Finance. She has been keeping thingsinorder. Upon approval she will continue to do the job. ----------.--,., ....... _.. --------_.__ .

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BrianHurd--Activities Fair is Feb. 14th and the breakdownof the times that the senators, who signed up for a slot, is located in the SA office. There is a slot left open if anyone wants to sign up for it. Kathryn Smith is new assistant, upon approval, to the Vice-President. Right now she is working on an interim basis. March 8th and 9th are the dates for the eJections. The times are: 9-4, both days, in the residence halls and 9-4 and 5-7, both days, for off campus voting. If anyone wants to help closing down the boothsonthe 9th get in touch with him. The debate schedule is as follows:LEADCenterSAInformationalMeetingandCandidatesDebate--Wednesday, February 16, 1994 at 4:00pm in Hewitt Union Foraml Lounge,StudentAssociationSponsoredDebate--Tuesday, February 22, 1994 at 6:00pm in Hewitt Union Main Lounge, and WTOP(TV-10)DebateMonday, March 7, 1994 at 8:00pm for the Presidential Debate and 9:00pmfortheVice-Presidential Debate in the WTOP Studios. Susan--Who's running? BH--There is a list of people running on the outside of the SA office ... Susan--For President and Vice-President? BH--Kevin Burns and Ed Enciso for President andRebecca Coleman and Ben Bryan for Vice-President.OldBusiness:Bill#62:Submitted by:TheExecutive Branch Sponsoredby:MattL.Matt--Itisonly$3O!Called to questionbySteve Passes 20-3-1 Rebecca obstained becausesheis one of the Vice-Presidential candidates. Therefore there would have been a conflicting of interests.Bill#63:Submittedby:Intramural Recreational Sports Association Sponsored by: MellissaV.Mellissa was not present. Rebecca--What do they need the money for? BH-They hired more lifeguards and they need the money to pay them. Matt--Point of information---They came and asked for more money for this account and now they want to transfer the money back out? **That money was for the raises that theyhad.Call to question Passes 24-0-0AnnouncementsandPublicComment:Rachel--Applications for Omicron Delta Kappa in the LEAD Center and this is where you drop them off. Anything going on in the Halls or anywhere else dealing with Herstory month, let her know about it. Told times of the WomenCenter.Thanked----------_ ...........

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everyone for the money for the "woman". Matt--Parking Committee talked about Lot8.There are spots openonthe committee. There are only3 studentsonthe committee and the rest are faculty. Chris--9cars were broken into outbyFunnelle Hall Tell constituents to beonthe look out. Steve--"Motion to adjourn." The 20th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was adjourned at 6:33 p.m..**Note from the acting Senate Clerk: To all person not includedinthe minutes who spoke, forgive me--I did not know everyone's names.

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 21st Meeting 16 February 1994 AGENDA1.Callto Order 2. RollCall3. ApprovalofAgenda 4. ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive ReportsBrian Quail BrianHurd6.Task Group Reports7.Announcements and Public Comments 8. Adjournment! l3b \ 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601

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& TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 23 February 1994 AGENDA1.CalltoOrder2.Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda 4. Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd5.Finance Report Hope Adams6.New BusinessBill #647. Special OrdersBill #65, Bill #66 Bill #678.Task Group Reports 9. Announcements and Public Comments 10. Adjournment j" T211HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126(315)341-3601



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SSOCIATION211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(31513413601Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 9th Meeting 6 October 1993Bill #34KarateClubFundIncreaseWHEREAS, the Karate Club has an attendanceofmore than fIfty students (a increase over last year); and WHEREAS, this Karate Club holds practices and demonstrations on this campus: and WHEREAS, the Budget Council nearly cut in half the allocation over last year ($800 in 1992-93; $466 in 1993-94); and WHEREAS, this does not allow the club to fully compensate their instructor; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $400 be allocated from Acct. #915 (Contingency) to Acct. #989 (Karate Club) for compensationoftheir instructor. 4-v'-u:J,9,/fP-JA...(,ud( /) Brian Quail,SAPresident Sandy Kielb, Karate Club President Lambert Augustus SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 22Y2N2AJDATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT October 14, 19937Date Signed by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 9th Meeting 6 October 1993BILL #35 ECONOMICS CLUB SUPPORT211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Economics Club is on the vergeofa major turn around this year, becoming a club with active member involvement and increased visibility on campus; and the club would like to provide educational programs which will enhance its members knowledge in the fieldofeconomics as well as general business while keeping member participation to a maximum; and the Budget Council was unable to provide even five percentofthe needed fundingfor the coming year; and the club has already begun fund raising extensively on its own in order to pay for the majorityofthe expenses expected to be incurred; and the club would like to go on a field trip to Wall Street on April 8-9of1994; and the club would like to have speakers come on November 29of1993 and on March13of1994; and the club would like to see the Student Association support it so it can continue to grow and become even more well known; therefore

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Page2of2Bill #35Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $2,428 be allocated from Acct.#_to Acct.#_for the following: Transportation to Wall StreetTwoSpeakers honorariums@$200 each Refreshments for speaking events@$50 each timeTOTAL$1928 400 $2,428 SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Withdrawn MylesA.Seidenfrau, Economics Club President Chris Avis, Barry Whitmore, Victor Augustus, Melissa Vincent

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A T SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 9th Meeting 6 October 1993Bill #36IntramuralRecreationalSportsFundIncrease211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Intramural(1M)sport Supervisors are employed becauseoftheir expertise in a specific sport and they perform multi-faceted employment resposibilities suchas:1)maintaining the safety and welfareofall particiapnts and cons test officials 2) ensuring that all playing equipment is safe to utilize 3) ensuring that the indoororoudoor playing facility does not present a hazard to the participants 4) appropriately attending to first aid emergencies 5) ruling on game protests 6) receiving feedback on the participants' and officials' perceptionsofthe quailityofthe1Mprogram 7) officiating a contestifa scheduled official is sickorhas a sudden emergency 8) rescheduling games in the outdoor intramural program postponed due to inclement weather conditions and contacting all involved with the scheduling changes 9) maintaining the positive imageofthe Intramural Program each Intramural Sport Supervisor should be paid $4.25perhour insteadofthe present rateof$3.40 per hour; and Intramural contest officials for all1Mteam sport programs (i.e. Coed -----------------------------

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Bill #36 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, 2 Volleyball, Women's and Men's Slowpitch Softball, Women's and Men's Indoor Soccer, etc.) are employed becauseoftheir prior Officiating experiences in non-SUNY Oswego programs and are expected to perfonn the following employment responsibilities: 1) provide for the safetyofthousandsofIntramural participants 2) maintaining fair play for all participants in each specific Intramural Sport Program 3) appropriately responding to ftrst aid emergencies 4) ensuring that playing equipment purchased by SA is not stolen 5) maintaining the positive imageofthe Intramural program each Intramural contest official should be paid $4.25 per hour insteadofthe present hourly rateof$3.10 per hour for all sport officials, except for the present $3.35 hourly rate for Volleyball officials. (Note: Volleyball officials are presently paid slightly more than all other officials, as approved by SA, because our students can choose to offtciate in the City's Volleyball League Program for more than $4.25perhour.) ; and lifeguards are employed based on their earned certifications as required by the NYS Health Department and the CountyofOswego Health Department, for which they have personally paid the appropriate fees, in addition to every lifeguard's BLS-CPR expiring each year which necessitiates recertification, each lifeguard should be paid at least $4.25perhour insteadof$4.00perhour; and Recreation Supervisors for Lee, Laker, and Swetman perfonn multi-faceted employment responsibilities such as: 1) maintaining the safety and welfareofall participants by properly checking facilities for safety hazards 2) checking and collectingillcards to ensure that only membersofthe College Community are utilizing the facilities 3) providing appropriate first aid to injured participants and calling for medical assistance,ifneedbe4) issuing playing equipment 5) maintaining written equipment inventories6)ensuring that appropriate activities are taking place in each facility 7) securing facilities 8) maintaining the positive imageofthe Supervised Recreation Program,

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Bill #36 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, 3 each Recreation Supervisor should be paid $4.25perhour insteadofthe present rateof$3.35 per hour; and the position entitled "Intramural Administrative Assistant" involves the responsibilities as outlined on the attached sheet with the expectation being that the Administrative Assistant will be perfonning in between the levelofthe previous student employment categories and the professional DirectorofIntramurals Recreational Sports. The Intramural Administrative Assistant should be paid $5.00perhour insteadofthe present SA allocated rateof$3.25perhour; and presently a discrepancy exists in hourly rates between IRSA (non-Work Study students) and Work Study students (who receive at least $4.25perhourifnot $5.00perhour) in each corresponding employment category. IRSA (nonWorkStudy students) must have the same employment responsibilities and em ployment expectations as Work Study student employees, for the sakeofsubstituting for each other within each category so as to provide for the continuationofboth the Intramural and Supervised Recreational Programs with quailified employees being on duty; therefore Be it enacted by Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that all requested hourly rates for each categoryofparaprofessionals, as indicated in the foregoing paragraphs, be approved because all IRSA employees are presently being grossly underpaid.SUBMITfEDBY: Ms. J.L. Buffan, Director, Intramurals-Recreational Sports and Health Science Instructor Ms. Kelly Barnard, Treasurer, IRSA SPONSORED BY: Melissa Vincent, L. Victor Augustus, Chris Avis, Chris Ahearn, Rebecca Coleman SENATE ACTION FailedOY29NOA

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Responsibilitiesand fortheFroposed SalariedStudent Positionentitled ,oLn"tramural Admini strative Assi stant ..: AF'ar3.professional F'osition for a Graduate Student orNon-Trad.UndergraduateorUpperDivisionUndergraduate. I. AdministrativeF:esponsibilitis'!I A. Prepare the dualcontestplayingschedules for allround robinmultiple leagueIntramuralteamsportprograms. B. Assist in recruitingstudentstoserveasIntramural SportSupervisors withtheDirector ofIM sports providingthe orientationsessionfor the employees. c. Assistinrsc:""'..liting and trainingS"tUd::i,t5 to teamsportcontest5. D. Preparetheofflciatingschedules+orIntramuralteam sport E.Assi5tin promotingthe IntramuralandRecreation61Sportprograms. F. Prepareaweeklyreleasefer"Oswegonian". G. Assist in evaluatingstudentemployees. H. Assist the Directorbybeingon-sitetoconductoneortwoIntramuralsoecial events (scheduledoneortwodays)persemester. 1.Assist theDirector inupdating the ongoing team point systemfor units participating in theIntramuralprogram. J.Attendthe conferenceswhich the Directorconductswithparticipantssuspended from competitionduetoinappropriate behavior.II. Qualificationsfor thePositionA.Strong interpersonalrelationship, skills. B. Strong organizational andtime manaoementskills.C.computet"skillsi:lhiQhl"!de:irable.D.Knowledgeofvarioussports/physical activitiesinterms theirrules andofficiating techniquesishighly de5irabl e.E. Priore>:perience in planning.organi=inq andimplementingservice-oriented programsforil"\dividualsigroups withvarious and ir.terests ishighlydesirable.F.Strong background in managementprograms.

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DepartmentofHealth,PhysicalEducationandAthleticsOfficeofIntramurals-RecreationalSports111LeeHall,341-3114"AttachmenttoBillpresentedtoS.A.regardingincreasesinhourlyratesforIRSAStudentEmployeecategories"IRSAPayrollLineNumberI.IRSAAccountNllmber472A. Intra.mural SupervisorsPresent1993-1994Allocation/EmploymentCategory$3489.00at$3.40/hour/employeepresently Proposed Bill'sAdditionalFundingRequest/EmploymentCategory $1.177.:50 I.B.IntramuralContestOfficials fnrtheTRRmSport Program (also account #472) II.IRSAAccountNumber474forRecreationSupervisorsinLee,Laker,SwetmanIII.IRSAAccount #475 forLifeguards$6526.40at$4,528.10$3.10/hour/employee for team except fortheSAapprovedallocationof$3.35/hrforvolleyballofficials$4478.95at$3613.05$3.35/hour/employeepresently$3500.00at$1319.50$4.00/hour/employeepresent'lyIV.IRSAAccount #476 foroneIntramuralAdministrativeAssistantTotalAmountofIncreasedFundingoftheIRSA1993-1994Budgetbeingrequestedforpayrolllinesaffecting your peers.$676.00at$3.25/hourfor1studentemployeepresently$364.00$11,OU2.15

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 10th Meeting13October 1993 o 018b \ 211HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126(315)341-3601Bill #37GraduateandPart-timeSAFee StructureWhereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, the Student Association Senate passed the Enfranchisement Initiative this year, and the Initiative called for billing Graduate and Part-time Students a pro-rated fee, and mostofthese students cut the billing form outofthe course newspaper and do "self-billing", and the course newspaper was published before the Enfranchisement Initiative was even passed, and becauseofthis,ifthe fee portionofthe Enfranchisement Initiative were to be put in force, the Bursar would have to mail about 1,500 people a "billing addendum" for the activity fee, and this would not be an appropriate approach to include these students, andinorder to proceed with the Enfranchisement Initiative vis a vis a fee, the trustees policy as interpreted by SUNY will require us to hold a new fee referendum, therefore,

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Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the fee portion (item C)ofthe Enfranchisement Initiative (Bill # 19) not go into effect until the Fallof1994, as per the formulaoutlinedinthat bill, and Be it finally enacted that the following questionbeplaced to the electorate (all students) concurrent with off-campus Senate Elections: Should the Student Activity Feebemandatory for all students on a pro rata basis as specified in Senate Bill #19. (see below):YESTOFEESTRUcruRE []NOTOFEE STRUCTURE [] SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENA1E ACTION Passed 28YINOAThe Executive Branch Steve Amato Brian Quail, SA PresidentDA1EPRESEN1EDTOPRESIDENT October 21, 1993 Date Signed by President

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I SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 11th Meeting20October 1993Bill #38IntramuralRecreational Sports Fund Increase211HewittUnionOswego.NewYork1312e(315) 341-3601 WHEREAS, Intramural(1M)sport Supervisors are employed becauseoftheir expertise in a specific sport and they perform multi-faceted employment resposibilities suchas:1) maintaining the safety and welfareofall particiapnts and constest officials 2) ensuring that all playing equipment is safe to utilize 3) ensuring that the indoororoudoor playing facility does not present a hazard to the participants 4) appropriately attending to fIrst aid emergencies 5) ruling on game protests 6) receiving feedback on the participants' and officials' perceptionsofthe quailityofthe 1M: program 7) officiating a contestifa scheduled official is sickorhas a sudden emergency 8) rescheduling games in the outdoor intramural program postponed due to inclement weather conditions and contacting all involved with the scheduling changes 9) maintaining the positive imageofthe Intramural Program each Intramural Sport Supervisor should be paid $4.25 per hour insteadofthe present rateof$3.40 per hour. This will result in an increaseof$1,177 .50 inAcct#472-A;and

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.Bill #38 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,2Intramural contest officials for all1Mteam sport programs (Le. Coed Volleyball, Women's and Men's Slowpitch Softball, Women's and Men's Indoor Soccer, etc.) are employed becauseoftheir prior Officiating experiences in non-SUNY Oswego programs and are expected to perfonn the following employment responsibilities: 1) provide for the safetyofthousandsofIntramural participants 2) maintaining fair play for all participants in each specific Intramural Sport Program 3) appropriately respondingto flrst aid emergencies 4) ensuring that playing equipment purchased by SA is not stolen 5) maintaining the positive imageofthe Intramural program each Intramural contest official should be paid $4.25 per hour insteadofthe present hourly rateof$3.10 per hour for all sport officials, except for the present $3.35 hourly rate for Volleyball officials. This will result in an increaseof$4,528.10 in Acct. #472-B (Note: Volleyball officials are presently paid slightly more than all other officials, as approved by SA, becauseourstudents can choose to officiate in the City's Volleyball League Program for more than $4.25 per hour.) ; and lifeguards are employed based on their earned certifications as required by the NYS Health Department and the CountyofOswego Health Department, for which they have personally paid the appropriate fees, in addition to every lifeguard's BLS-CPR expiring each year which necessitiates recertification, each lifeguard should be paid at least $4.25 per hour insteadof$4.00 per hour. This will result in an increaseof$1,319.50 in Acct. #475; and Recreation Supervisors for Lee, Laker, and Swetman perfonn multi-faceted employment responsibilities such as:1)maintaining the safety and welfareofall participants by properly checking facilities for safety hazards 2) checking and collecting ID cards to ensure that only membersofthe College Community are utilizing the facilities 3) providing appropriate flrst aid to injured participants and calling for medical assistance,ifneed be 4) issuing playing equipment 5) maintaining written equipment inventories 6) ensuring that appropriate activities are taking place in each facility

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Bill #38 3 7) securing facilities 8) maintaining the positive imageofthe Supervised Recreation Program, each Recreation Supervisor should be paid $4.25 per hour insteadofthe present rateof$3.35 per hour. This will result in an increaseof$3,613.05 in Acct. #474; and WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the position entitled "Intramural Administrative Assistant" involves the responsibilities as outlined on the attached sheet with the expectation being that the Administrative Assistant will be perfonning in between the levelofthe previous student employment categories and the professional DirectorofIntrarnurals Recreational Sports. The Intramural Administrative Assistant should be paid $5.00 per hour insteadofthe present SA allocated rateof$3.25 per hour. This will resultinan increaseof$364.00; and presently a discrepancy exists in hourly rates between IRSA (non-Work Study students) and Work Study students (who receive at least $4.25 per hourifnot $5.00 per hour) in each corresponding employment category. IRSA (non Work Study students) must have the same employment responsibilities and em ployment expectationsasWork Study student employees, for the sakeofsubstituting for each other within each category soasto provide for the continuationofboth the Intramural and Supervised Recreational Programs with quailified employees being on duty. The total increase for all IRSA payroll line items will be $11,002.15; therefore Be it enacted by Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that all requested hourly rates for each categoryofparaprofessionals, as indicated in the foregoing paragraphs, be approved as requested. SUBMITTED BY: Ms.lL.Buffan, Director, IRSA and Health Science Instructor Ms. Kelly Barnard, Treasurer, IRSA SPONSORED BY: Melissa Vincent SENATE ACTION Failed 3Y 30NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT December 9, 1993 .--_ ... _------,--Brian Quail, SA President .-------------Date SignedbyPresident

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Responsibilitiesandfor the ProposedSalaried Student Position entitled "intramuralAssistant": A Paraprofessional Position foraGraduate.stu,:!_entorNon-Trad.L1ndergrad'..lateorUpperUndergraduate. I.Ad,oini strat i ',IeF:esponsi bi1 i ti '5!SA.PreparethedualcontestplaYingschedulesfor:.11 round robinmultipleleagueIntramuralteamsportprograms.B.Assist in recruitir,gstudentstoserve.as_Intralm.lralSport Super-',1i scrswi ththeDi rectorc;)f11'1_sportsprovidingtheorientat10n'sessicnfertheemoloyees. C. AssistrecruitingandtoIntrBmuralteamsport D. PreparetheIntramuralte=ffi=port E. AssistinprOmoting the Intramur:.landSpe,r-tprcgt-",ms. F. awe2t(lvfer..OS:""'JegC'r"'iantI G. Assist in evaluatingstudentemployess.h.AssisttheDirectorbybeingen-sit:toconductoneortwoIntramuralspecialevents(scheduledforoneortwodays)per I. theDirector in updatingtheongoingteampaintsystemforunitsparticipating in the Intramural program. J. Attend the whichthewith participants suspendedduetoinappropriatebehavior. II. Qualificationsfor the PositionA.StronginterpersonalrelatlCiriship,ski 11 s.B.Strongorgani=ationaland time manaaement skills. C.....l'?dge0';cw".putet=killsistliqhlyoe:irable. D. ofvarioussparts!physicalactivities in terms oftheir rules and officiatina techniques is highly desirable. -E. Prier in planning.organi=inqand i mplementing sErvice-ori entedpr09ratJlsforindividLli3lsigrc"_lps"lithvariousr.eeds and i"tet-e-stsishighlydesirable. F. Stronobackgroundinmanagementprograms.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session11thMeeting 20 October 1993Bill#39 Off-CampusSenatorsMeetings211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMIlTEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 18YIONOAit is common knowledge that the off-campus students are poorly informed about the actionsofthe Student Association; and off-campus students also lack a forum tobeinformed; and on-campus students have a vehicle, such as hall council, tobeinformed about actionsofSA on a weekly basis; and the jobofany good government official informs their constituents. Also it is the dutyofthe government to unite the people; therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that Off-Campus Senators must hold a bi-weekly meeting to inform and unite their constituents. Beitfurther enacted thatofthe eight (8) school year months, each Senator must attend at least four(4)meetings.L.Victor Augustus, Jr. Off-Campus Senator Rob Williams, A. David Marquis, J. Z. Holcomb, Steve Amato Brian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT October 28, 1993 Date Signed by President

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session11th Meeting 20 October 1993Bill#40Fall Election211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed28YONOAPresident Quail appointed a majorityofOff-Campus Senators this semseter, and there is a need to hold an Off-Campus Senator Election, and there is a fee structure referendum being held, therefore:Beit enacted that the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego authorize elections for the Off-Campus Senate seats not obtained last semsester. This election is tobeheld in concurrence with the all-campus referendum.Beit further enacted that these elections be held on November 3 and 4of1993 in the Hewitt Union. The polls will be open from9:ooam3:00pm. The Executive Branch Rob Williams, Alan Bell, Matt Labovich Brian Quail,SAPresident DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT October 28, 1993 Date Signed by President

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Bill #42 SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 30YONOAPage2Be it funher enacted that this change willnot effect the tennsofthe President or Vice Presidentofthe Student Association. Executive Branch Matthew Labovich,A.David Marquis Brian Quail, SAPresident.' DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT October 28, 1993 &d;ir{'"'/ 2 (1"1(Ci,?] IDate Signed by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 11th Meeting 199320October 1993 ,..':Io.. ,) ... 0I (3b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS,Bill#43AllSenatorsElectedDuringAllCampusElectioncurrently our methodofelecting senators is flawed, therfore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following constitutional referendum be administered: The removalofArticleI,SectionIll,Suhsection 3. All senators mustbeelectedatthe timeofthe All Campus Election.Doyou approveofremoving the underlined phrase from the constitution? YesorNo SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 30YONOAThe Executive Branch Diane Lechner, Matthew Labovich, Lysrene Grandison DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT October 28, 1993 7 J.10.J (Date Signed by President

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session11th Meeting20Ocotber 1993 / A r...--l.'m o.'.. (j),) 0I 8b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601Bill #44 Additional Funds for WNYO's PromotionsAccount-WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WNYOis sponsoring their first annual Livestock New Music Concert, and it was not budgeted for in this year's budget, and we have already spent $4,126.79 and expect to spend approximately $2,460 more, and we expect concert revenues to be approximately $5500, and wedo not receive fundraising revenue, leavingourpromotions account empty for the remainderofthe year for normal operation, therefore: Be it enactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$1000 be transferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #595. Ben Bryan, Business Director, WNYO Steve Amato, Matthew Labovich SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 15Y 14NOA(PresidentofSenate voted yes) DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT October 28, 1993 SENATE ACTION Reconsideration Vote Failed 4Y 27NOABrian Quail, SA President Date Vetoed by President ------------------------------------

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 13th Meeting 3 November 1993Bill#45 Fiscal PolicyEnforcementAct AReturnto FiscalPrudenceAr211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, the DirectorofFinance is the agentofthe Student Association charged with overseeing the budgetoftheentireStudent Association, and in the past budgetary chaos has ensued when projected revenue targets from the Association's subsidiaries are not met. In 1991, a budget adjustmentofthousandsofdollars had to be undertaken becauseofoverspending coupled with income lag. Between 1987 1990, a fund balanceofwell over $250,000.00 was depleted to dangerous levels, causing the DeanofStudents to say that he would not sign any purchase order that would bring the Fund Balance below $125,000.00 Last year income projections were not met, particularly PPB missed their income line by multi thousandsofdollars, and failure on the partofclubs and organizations to make projected revenue usually carries no punishment in the year oftransgression, rather the club is punished in the next fiscal year, and punishing a groupofpeople in a club or organization for what happened the year before is unfair, and after the fact punishment for fiscal irresponsibility does nothing to rectify the problem, and

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Bill #45 Whereas,SUBMfITEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 34YONOAPage 2 the Presidentofthe Student Association is empowered to execute the budget passed by the Senate--including income line enforcement, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following income generation policybeimplemented immediately. The Procedure Task Group Victor Augustus, Matthew Labovich, Lysrene Grandison Brian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT December 9, 1993 o.cDate Signed by President

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INCOME GENERATION POLICY 1993The DepartmentofFinance will divide annual income lines into thirds and set tri-mesterly (1/3ofacademic year) income goals for each group with an income line. Failure by a groupororganization to meet a tri-mesterly income line will result in the organization being required to submit a written report explaining income shortfall. A group which failstoissue a reportofexplanation within two daysofnotificationofa shortfallwill have their funds frozen until the report is ftled. A $50.00 penalty will assessed as well. (Money from penalty willbecredited to income line for group.)Ifa group failstomeet income projections for both the first and second trimester, the DirectorofFinance is assigned to assess the situationbyhis expertise and further judgement tocapclubororganizational spending at alevel determined by the following fonnula:total allocation unmet incomeGroups failing to comply with income lines willbeallowedtoname which accounts they wish to be frozenorpartially frozen.Ifthe group fails to recommend which accounts to freeze, the DirectorofFinance will decide. As the offending group generates revenue, their frozen funds will be unfrozen dollar by dollar. Exceptions in enforcementofthis policy canbemade by the DirectorofFinance when documented circumstances suggest income projections will be met.ExampleofPolicyEx: The Tree Lovers' Society has a total allocationof$10,000.00 and an income lineof$4,000.000, making for anet allocationof$6,000.00.Atthe beginningofthe third trimester, the Tree Society had only made $2,000.00 toward their income line. The DirectorofFinance would infonn them that their spending was capped at $8,000.00 and let them designate accounts for capping. A week into the third trimester the Tree Lovers made $500.00 with a maple syrup sale. The DirectorofFinancewould send them a memo relating to the Tree Lovers that their spending cap is now $8,500.00. $500.00 wouldberestoredtothe Tree Lover's budget.

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MeansofExecution and AccountabilityAll freezes must be executedinwriting, and the Finance Department will report them to the Officeofthe President and to the Senate as soon as possible.DelegationThe Director may delegate freezing power as per this legislationtothe Assistant DirectorsofFinance.ExcessProvisionGroups who exceed their income line will be allowed to deposit excesses into any existing account for that organization with Finance Department approval. .---'RnL.Quail September 22, 1993 ._-----_._-----,.,.._-._"

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 13th Meeting 3 November 1993A r\.;/ 0 \J 018 b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill#46Proxy Senator Seats&Conflict of InterestProxy Senators are not elected representativesofstudents, and there have, in the past, been abuses madeofthe privileges and responsibilities entrusted to the voting seat positionofSenator, therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Senate places a procedural restriction in the following manner on the abuses derived from conflictsofinterest with Proxy Senators: 1. When a bill is first introduced to the packet, a proxy Senator may not sponsor a bill. Justification: It is understood that they will in all likelihood not return as a Senator to speak on the billifthe elected/appointed Senator is doing his/her job. 2. Immediately after the bill sponsors speak, it will be an acceptable PointofOrder for any elected/appointed Senator to question whether or not a Proxy may have a conflictofinterest. If such a question is raised, the Proxy will immediately have the right to defend the PointofOrder. A vote on the conflictofinterest will ensue.

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Bill#46SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Failed5Y28NOAPage 2 Further to prevent intential misuseofthis policy, the Senate may reinstate the Proxy into the debate (and vote)ifanother PointofOrder is made (by an elected/seated Senator) that the Proxy does not, in fact, have a conflictofinterest. This PointofOrderwill initiate a voteofthe elected/appointed Senators only as to whether the Proxymaybe reinstated.3.TheSenate President will automatically reinstate the Proxy after the bill in question is settled (either Passed, Failed, Tabled, SenttoCommittee, etc ... )TheProcedure Task GroupEdEnciso

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 13th Meeting 3 November 1993 A.r()(t)\-' ..0 L.J.j,,',.J'm '-1.. .. d 0 1(3b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Bill#47Facilities Use Policy AcceptanceWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Association President negotiated changes in the College Policy for Student Groups, Clubs, Chapters and Organizations (often referred to as the Facilities Use Policy), and this policy now meets the desired parameters set forward at the outsetofnegotiations with the college administration, and President Quail has signed a copyofthe Policy, therefore: Be it further resolved that this policybeaccepted for all Student Association clubs and organizations, and a copyofthe policy shouldbeprovided to every group each semester. Each group president should signanaffirmation that heorshe has read and understand the policy as a contingent for funding. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACfIONPassed 23Y 8N2AThe Executive BranchA.David Marquis, Rebecca Coleman Brian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT December 9, 1993,1 f'f'""lI" J " ',1tt-"'"lAw'"I:, ","Date Signed by President

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TUDENT SSOCIATION A T ,) "0I 8b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315) 341-3601 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 10 November 1993Bill #48Graduate/Part-time Allocation PlansBe it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following policy on budgeting be adopted:A)The Senate authorizes the Executive Branch to find and consult two target groups--a graduate student group and a part-time student group -to explore spending alternatives that will specifically enhance each newly enfranchised group. B) "These groups will each propose a specific listofprioritized expenditures including projected figures (dollars spent, numberofstudents affected, dollars expected in). The expenditure list will be at 100%ofthe expected "new" income derived from the enfranchisement acts.C)These figures shall be presented to senate at least two meetings before the budget for explanation, possible amendment, and a budget vote. Brian Quail, SA President RESUBMITTED BY: The Procedure Group SPONSORED BY: Steve Amato, Matt Labovich, Alan Bell !1..to,i",, ,.. SENATE ACTION Passed 34 YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT December 9, 1993 Date SignedbyPresident

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 10 November 1993Bill#49TicketAnti-FraudAct Ar 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, tickets to a recent SA sponsored event were distributed for the purposeofcomplimentary admission that were not paid for at the SA Box Office, and such ticket distribution creates a situation where re-sale for other than SA profit(Le.private) becomes possible, and this undermines the Box Office's ability to legitimately conduct business and SA's ability to recover costsofevents, and this facilitates fraudulent practices, therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that no tickets be distrubuted forSAsponsored events that were not paid for at the Box Office. Beitfunher enacted that all tickets be ordered through the Box Office. Beitfunher enacted that the SA organization sponsoring the event can submit a guest list.toExecutive Branch.SUBMITIEDBY: RobertN.Williams, Jr., Off-Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: Diane Lechner,A.David Marquis, Lou Ricce SENATE ACTION FailedlOY21NOA

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 10 November 1993Bill #50Circle K SupportAT211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork1312613151341-3601 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Circle K is an international organization located on several campuses in New York State alone, and Circle K is a divisionofKiwanis International and is affiliated with the Oswego chapter, made upofarea business men and women, and the Community Services Organization accepts Circle Kasa committee under their organization. It is believed that Community Services further development will be enhanced by the essential connection Circle K is developing with the community, and Circle K was not a planned addition to Community Services. The Oswego Kiwanis did not approach Community Services until August, therefore Circle K was not budgeted for, and there are twenty chartering members who have pledged to be active in fundraising and Community Service projects. They are required to meet at least once a week, as well as report back to the Community Services Organization, and Kiwanis has already donated at least $575 to pay for international chartering fees and plans to continue their monetary support yearly, and

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-Bill #50 WHEREAS, SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed30YINOAPage 2 Community Services has continued to receive the supportofthe Student Association in its growth, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $600 be allocated from Acct. #915 toanaccount for Circle K to be established under Community Services. The allocations shall be applied to: fundraising projects (another source of revenue), The Circle K chartering ceremony, and district conferences. Be it further enacted upon the approval of the Circle K constitution that the account under CommunityServices be closed and the money transferred to the new Circle K account. And Circle K, once approved, will still be under the authorityofCommunity Services. Chris Giunta, Circle K Representative and Jodi Koenig, Community Services Director Jack Wagner Brian Quail, SA President-DA TE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT November 18, 1993 Date Signed by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 10 November 1993Bill #51 Religious Groups Funding Referendum211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork1312(315)341--3601Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, it is the responsibilityofthe Student Association to allocate to allocate funds on behalfofall students, and concerns have been expressed regarding the fundingofreligious groups, and religious" is defmed as "relations toormanifesting faithful devotion to an acknowledged ultimate reality or deity" in Webster's Dictionary, and all students deserve the right to vote on suchanimportant issue, therefore:Beit enactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following referendum be administered during the the All-Campus ElectionsinMarch:Doyou approve the Student Association fundingofreligious organizations and clubs? YesorNo SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Failed 14Y 16NOAMatthewA.Labovich Off-Campus Senator Alan Bell, Diane Lechner, Chris Ahearn

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SSOCfATfONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 15th Meeting17November 1993Bill #52 MiscellaneousOrganizationsFundingReferendum211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)
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Bill#52 SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Withdrawn 29Y1NOAPage 2 Do you approve the Student Association funding PPB to the tuneof$181,419.75 lessasupposedincome lineof$62,200? YesorNo A. DavidMarquisRob Williams

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 15th Meeting 17 November 1993 A T _00 oW:,j. 0211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601Bill #53JazzFestivalSupportWhereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, State Singers and Solid State perform twelve to sixteen on-campus concerts and fifteen to twenty off-campus concerts per year, and through these concerts the State Singers and Solid State act as "campus ambassadors" for SUNY Oswego, thereby bolstering the campus' image and prestige in which we have great pride, andinthe past seven years Solid State has regularlyparticipated in budgeted jazz festivals such as: Morrisville Intercollegiate Jazz Festival, Cleveland, Ohio Jazz Festival and the Villanova Jazz Festival, among others, and these two groups have an opportunity to attend the largest intercollegiate jazz festival in the UnitedStates at the UniversityofNorth Colorado, and to attend this festival these groups will require funds beyond the budgeted amount to cover the costs associated with transportation, therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following be transferred from Account #915 (Contingency): $1500.00 to UMO Transportation Account #654 $350.00 toUMOLodging Account #653SUBMIITEDBY: Michael Roe, Treas.Solid State, Rebecca Colstad, Treas. State Singers SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Chris Guinta, Lou Ricci, Alan Bell

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Bill #53 SENATE ACTIONPassed31 YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember1,1993 Brian Quail,SAPresident 2) ICfCf.? Date SignedbyPresidentPage2



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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 1 December 1993Bill #54 Referendum Promotion Reform Act211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, in the past, Student Association funds have been used to publicize referenda put forth by SA, and the useofSA fundstopromote one sideofa referendum is inconsistent with the purposeofthe referendum, and Student Association money should not be used to instruct Student Association feepayers how to vote on certain issues, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego thatnoStudent Association money be used to encourage students to vote for (yes)oragainst (no) any referenda put forth by the Student Associationofthe StateUniverstiyofNew York College at Oswego. SUBMITfED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 27Y 4NOAStephen Amato Cesar MurilloI Brian Quail, PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember 9, 1993 _=_----1-_._JAlI'M
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SSOCIATIONA T ..)c 0IB 6 \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork1312(315)341-3601Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 1 December 1993Bill #55 Funds for WNYO Ad LineWHEREAS, it is in the Student Association's best interest to maintain a balanced budget, and WHEREAS, WNYO's current ad line is $18,000, which is by far unobtainalbe for a non commercial radio station, and-WHEREAS, the unreasonably high ad line is due to past managementofthe radio station, which submitted this year's budget, not the current management, and WHEREAS, last year's WNYO only raised approximately $4,500 (Finance Estimate) in underwriting, and WHEREAS, it would be unfair to punish this year's radio station's management by freezing accounts for not acquiring a trimester ad lineof$6,000, therefore: Be it enacted by the StudentAssociation Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$9,000 be allocated from account #915 to account #212 to recoup someofWNYO's ad line. Brian Quail, SA President SUBMTITED BY: Ben Bryan,WNYOBusiness Director SPONSORED BY: Rob Williams, Matt Labovich SENATE ACTION Passed 28Y 5NOA,-DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT December 9, 1993 . Date SignedbyPresident

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TUDlNT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 1 December 1993Ar <:/ 0 .. .J..' rno. . I . -GJ,)0I db 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork 13121:: (315)341-3601Bill #56 Payment for CentroWHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITIEDBY:SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 33YONOAthe Student Association in the late 1980's incurred a debt with Centro Corporation amounting to about $72,000, and approximately $12,000ofthis debt has been forgiven bringing us to now owe about $60,000, therefore: Beitenactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York CollegeatOswego that $8,000 be allocated from Acct. #915 (Contingency) for paymentofthis debt. The Executive Branch Rob Williams, Matt Labovich fJ't!tit Brian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT December 9, 1993 ...Ill,'''''I Date Signed by President

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 17th Meeting 6 December 1993Ar ,) 0I {)b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Bill #57Track&Running Club FundingWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Track&Running Club President did not submit a budget during the correct time and therefore the club has no funding, and the Track&Running Club has thirty members, and the membership has been increasing over the last years. These members should have the opportunity to compete in track events and road races, and they should be supported, and the Student Association has funded the Track&Running Cluboverthe last five years, the members deserve the opportunity to compete, therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $380 from Acct. #915 (Contingency) be allocated to Acct. #977 for the Track&Running Club. The allocations shall be applied for the following events; EVENT Indoor Track: Colgate Track Meet 2/94 Hamilton Track Meet 3/94 Outdoor Track Rochester Track Meet4194Road Races Mountain Goat 10 mi 4/94 Dr. T's5K&10K5/94 COST $60 Entry Fees $60 Entry Fees$60Entry Fees $150 Entry Fees $50 Entry Fees

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Bi1l#57SUBMfITEDBY: SPONSORED BY: PatrickL.Dennis, President,JimSt.Amour, Vice PresidentAdamJacobson, Treasurer Steve Amato Page 2 SENATE ACTIONPassed24YINBrian Quail,SAPresident -DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary3, 1994DateSigned by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 17th Meeting 8 December 1993Special OrdersBill #58Election Calendar211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork1312(315)341-3601Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following election calendar be adopted: Petitioning for ballot access: Tuesday, January 25 Monday, February 7 Campaigning begins: Tuesday, February 8 All-Campus Election: Tuesday, March 8 and Wednesday, March 9SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: The Executive Branch Steve Amato, J.Z. Holcomb, Victor Augustus SENATEACfIONPassed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT December 9, 1993 Date Signed by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 17th Meeting 8 December 1993Bill#59SA FeeandRefund Policy211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, SUBMlTI'ED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 23YINthe last fee referendum requires that therebea newSAfee refund policy, therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that thefollowing fee and refund policybeadopted: The Executive Branch Rob Williams @d Brian Quail,SAPresident DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT February 1, 1994 I { /t?C(C/ Date Signed by PresidentI !

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Student Association Fees and Dues Policy 1993The SUNYCOStudentActivity fee is a tax which allstudentsatthe State University ofNewYork CollegeatOswegopayaccording to the formula establishedbybill 19 of the 29th Legislative Sessionandsubsequently ratifiedbya referendum in which all students were eligible to participate.Fee Structure Fallof1994Full time Undergraduates (12 credits and above) Part time Undergraduates(11credits and below) Graduate Students Summer Fee pay "base fee" pay base/15 x number of enrolled credits pay base/15 x number of enrolled credits1 a fee per courseFee Refund PolicySome students are entitledtoeither partialorcomplete fee refunds.InnoinstancewilltheStudentAssociationgrantprepayment (front end) fee exemptions.I.StudentTeachers Student teachers who teachata site further than50milesawayfrom Oswego center 2 are entitled to a full refund of their Student Activity Fee.Studentteacherswhoteachata site between25-50milesawayfrom Oswego will be entitledtoa50%refundof billed amount. Student teachers who teachata site between 10 and25milesawayfrom Oswego willbeentitledtoa 25% refundofthe billed amount. Student teacherswhoteach less than10milesawayfrom Oswego arenotentitled to a refund.StudentTeacherRefundReferenceDistanceofTeachingSiteFromOswegoX is Distancefrom CenterX>SO25
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.-U. Study AtOtherInstitutionsorAbroad Any studentstudyingexclusivelyata college other than Oswego willbeentitled to a full activity fee refund for the duration of such study.m.SUNY Oswego Remote Study andHybridsAnystudenttaking classes exclusivelyata remote site outside of Oswego County will be entitled to a full activity fee refund. Students who take classes at both a remote site(s) outside of Oswego County and at SUNY Oswego proper will be entitled to a refundofall fees paid for remotestudycredit hours.MethodofRefundAstudentmustrequest astudentactivity fee refund application within the first two weeks of thestartof the semester for which a refund is desired. Requests mayberendered in writing, in personorbyphone (341-3601). A "refund application" will be givenormailed toanystudentwho requests one before the deadline.Nolaterequestswillbeconsidered. Upon returnofeach completed application, a decision will bemadebythe Student Association's chief student finance officer as to the validity of each refund requestunderStudent Association policy. When a refund request is found to beincompliance with Student Association policy, a check for the appropriateamountwill be sent to the refund applicant. When a refund request is denied, a statement of denial willbesent to thethedeniedapplicant.Whenastudentaccepts a refund, for all intentsandpurposes, that student is no longer a member of the Student Associationandis therefore not entitled to the benefitsofmembership status where such benefits may be denied .

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A r SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 17th Meeting 8 December 1993Bill #60EnvironmentalEndorserAgreement211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Whereas, Whereas,SUBMITIEDBY:SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACfION Passed23YONthe Student Association is a friendofthe environment, and environmental efficiencies have the potential to be cost effective for the institution, therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York that President Quail be empowered to sign the following endorser agreementonbehalfofthe Student Association with the United States Environmental Protection Agency.TheExecutive BranchRobWilliams, J.Z. Holcomb Brian Quail, A PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT February 1, 1994 ----_ .... __ .. ..._-----------------

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EndorserAgreementBetweenTheUnitedStatesEnvironmentalProtectionAgencyandTheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoTheStudent Association oftheState University of NewYorkCollegeatOswego endorses the Green Lights Programofthe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.TheStudent Association oftheState University of NewYorkCollegeatOswego encourages its memberstopromote the Green Lights goalofusing lightinginthe most energyefficient manner possible, while maintaining or improving lighting quality and performance, and doingsoina cost-effective manner. TheTheStudent Association oftheState UniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego further encourages its membershiptorecognize the relationship between the applicationofenergy-efficient lighting and the opportunitytoprotect the environment through the reductionofpollutant releases attendant upon the generation and useofelectricity.TheStudent Association oftheState University ofNewYorkCollegeatOswego and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency agree that either party may publicize the fact that this endorsement has been granted. Both the U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyandTheStudent Association of theStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego recognize that this endorsementisa voluntary action, and may be terminatedbyeither party without penalty. Neither the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency norTheStudent Association of theStateUniversity of NewYorkCollegeatOswegowill hold the other party responsible for the successofthe Green Lights Program.ForTheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOn: Oswego: -!?.wd

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 17th Meeting 8 December 1993Bill #61ExecutiveBranchMembers Use Speaking Seates Accordingly211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13121(315) 341-3601 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Failed4Y21N the Executive Branch consistsofseveral different positions which act as liaisons to the college community through their appointed positions, and each position held is to act in such a way as to provide the President, Vice President, and the Senate with their inputontheir areaofexpertise, and bills are placed on the floor to be discussed by the Senate, and often said bills are not within the realmofan Executive Branch members' supposed expertise, and speaking seats are established as a matterofconveniencesothat Executive Branch members may speak without the inconvenienceofhaving to be yielded to by a Senator, and when an Executive Branch member has no professional knowledgeofa bill's pertinance, and the bill doesnot have a true impact on, nor from the bill in question yet this branch member speaks on it, heorshe is abusing this privilege, therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the President enforces that Executive Branch members use their speaking seats solely for matters pertaining to their specific postion. Melissa Vincent, Scales Senator, Alan Bell, Cayuga Senator Steve Amato, Rebecca Coleman, Matt Labovich, Victor Augustus

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College atOswegoSenate 29th Legislative Session 19th MeetingFebruary2, 1994A 7.. 0 e.u.0'QP'...;\J 0 1<'){) \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork1312613151341-3601Bill #62Addendum to Election Lawof1988Whereas, Whereas, the Student Association election law provides for only $100.00percandidateandthis has been the case since 1988, and candidates are expected to gear a campaing toward a larger electorate (enfranchisement) therefore:Beit enacted that candidates for President and Vice President willbegiven an amountofmoney tobedetermined annually for use with their campaigns.In1994 each candidate for PresidentandVice President will receive$130ofSAmoney to useontheir campaigns (so long as, accordingtothe 1988 election law, they fIrst contribute $20oftheirownmoney. All money willbedisbursed through P.O.'sandonlytobonafIde vendors; thatisvendorswhoare allowed by the StateofNewYorkto collectNYSsales tax.)Beit further enacted that $150beallocated from account915tocoverthis increaseincost.Beiffinally enacted that theSenate approveofcandidates for the following offices tobeplacedonthe ballotby"letterofintent": Delegate to theSUNYStudent AssemblyNYPIRGState Board RepresentativesSUBMfITEDBY: SPONSOREDBY: SENATEACTIONPassed20Y3N1ATheExecutive Branch Matt Labovich Brian Quail,SAPresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT Februarv 11. 1994

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 19th Meeting 2 February 1994A T ,', .0, l.JJ$J'-IQfJis!.-J rn ,0', GJU 0211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601BILL #63TRANSFEROFFUNDSWITHINIRSABeit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $1600.00 be transferred from Acct. #474 (Recreation Superivsors) to Acct. #475 (Lifeguards).SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACfIONPassed 23YONIntramural Recreational Sports Association Melissa Vincent Brian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT February 11, 1994

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211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork1312(315) 341-3601A T \-.<-u0(tJ$' ..0 If'-I1::p,--' rno. ".'.(j) ,)0 18/) \SSOCIATION TUDENT Student Association State University College atOswegoSenate 29th LegislativeSession 22nd Meeting 23February1994Bill#64Political ScienceClubFundingWHEREAS,the Political Science Club has bee an establishedcluboncampuswith an active membership for several years, andWHEREAS,the clubhadnew leadership this fallandwas not awareofclubfunding procedures,andWHEREAS,the club needs funds to continuetohold events this yar which will aid intheexposure and recruitmentofthe club, therefore:Beitenactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe Stte UniversityofNewYorkCollege at Oswego that a totalof$150be allocatedtothe Political Science Club from Acct. #915.SUBMITIEDBY: Paula Bocchiccio, Steven1.Levy, Political ScienceClubCo-PresidentsSPONSOREDBY: SteveAmatoSENATEACTIONPassed25Y2NOABrian Quail,SAPresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch4,1994 /VJCUZA/Cr--Cry DateSigned by President

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 23 February 1994SPECIALORDERSBill#65PPBTransferto BSU211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork1312613151341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMIITEDBY:SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Failed 12Y 13NOAPPB Lectures and the Black Student Union agreed to fundourFebruary 26th event with Dr. Karenga together, and BSU does not have enough money to pay allofthe expenses (such as professional fees, hotel, dinner, promotions, etc.), therefore Be it enactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that PPB Lectures transfer $3000 from Accl. #858 (Professional Accl.) to Black Student Union Acct. #673-1 (Black History Month) to pay all bills associated with this event as agreed by the chairpersonsofBSU and PPB. PPB Lectures Shirley Toussaint

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 23 February 1994A I\J 0I <'} b\211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315) 341-3601 BILL #66 GOSPEL CHOIR TRANSFER OF FUNDSWHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACTIONPassed24Y5NOAJon Westbrook is a pertinent figureinthe lives and overall structureoftheSUNYOswego Gospel Choir, and he has shown considerable talent, professionalism and dedication, and theSUNYOswego Gospel Choir has opted to cut the lengthoftheir tour in order to supplement this dedication, therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York college at Oswego that the sumof$1000 be transferred from Accl. #640 (Tour Budget) to Accl. #643 (Instructor's Salary).TheSUNYOswego Gospel Choir Shirley Toussaint, Cesar Murillo, Joann Smith, Susan Burrows Brian Quail, SA PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT March 4, 1994 Date Signed by Prefident

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TUD[NT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 23 February 1994SPECIAL ORDERS Bill #67Fundsfor Bus for Lobby DayAT211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151 341-3601 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 17Y7NOAthe affordability and accessibilityofhigher education, and the budgetofSUNY in 1994-1995 New York State Budget is an ongoing concern to all students atSUNYOswego, and the New York Public Interest Group (NYPIRG) is sponsoring Higher Education Lobby Day on Monday, February 28, 1994 in Albany to help insure a quality SUNY education, and Lobby Day provides students with an invaluable learning experience, and a rented bus is needed to transport students to and from Albany and NYPIRG will pay for half the costoftransportation, therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $313beallocated from Acct. #915 to cover half the costoftransportation to Lobby Day. NYPIRG Shirley Toussaint Brian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT February 24, 1994 Date President

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TUDENT SSOCIATION !' T 0(tJ'v cf'..,.. o.. (j)o '. 0I8 I, \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315)341-3601State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 9 March 1994Bill#69Funds for Student Committee on Secondary EducationWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Oswego was founded as a schoolofeducation and through its long and prosperous history, education has always been the leading aspect of it, and Oswego is still known asaneducation school today, where students can come to learn the art of teaching, and in the attempt to remain at the forefrontofeducation schools, the Secondary Education Department has revamped its program to make it more attractivetostudents, and during this process a certain amountofconfusion has been generated over aspectsofthe program and outotthis confusion the Student CommitteeonSecondary Education (SCES) was formed, and this committee is comprisedofstudents and facutly in a joint effort to bring the program aroundtoits expected heights and give the students in the secondary education department a forum to bring forth their concerns and ideas, and the Student Committee on Secondary Education has already identified someofthe concerns and have decided on a courseofaction to help answer some questions and clear the confusion, and in our opinion, this courseofaction should take place in a workshop typeofatmosphere, and

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Page 2WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION FAILED 7Y 22NOABill #69 as a new group, we have no money and we would like to serve refreshments at this workshop -which will have an estimated mixtureof100-150 students and teachers there, and Auxiliary Services has offered to help us by giving us $75 towards the event, yet this is not enough to cover all the expensesofthe event, therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$100 be allocated to the Student Committee on Secondary Education to help fund for the restofthe refreshmentsnotpayed for by Auxiliary Services. The Student CommitteeonSecondary EducationJ.Z.Holcomb

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 March 1994A T i..:J0(+J<:.>.."..O'S'-Jq:)_.-l mo. '.(j)o 018 b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Bill #70 TransferofFunds from Management Contingency to ContingencyWHEREAS, funds are needed to help CSA cover the income line they were not aware of; and WHEREAS, the Management Contingency account does not get much use but the Activities Contingency account is being depleted very quickly; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $800 be transferred from account #914 (Management Contingency) to account #915 (Contingency). SUBMITTED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Off-Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: Rob Williams ... -SENATEACfIONPassed 27YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT March 24, 1994 Brian Quail, SA President Date Signed by esident

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 March 1994 Ar... .. 0 '-.iJd'_J,"'"....J mo.'. *(j),,) 0I (3b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601Bill #71WTOP Three Year PlanWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS WTOP is a major media source for the SUNY Oswego community; and WTOP is oneofthe largest Student Association Organizations with nearly 100 station members; and muchofour equipment is in desperate needofrepair or replacement; and WTOP has constructed a comprehensive three year plan that will help Senate budget monies for our inevitable future expenses; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that during the fiscal yearof1994-95 the sumof$24,824 be budgeted in a fixed assets account; and funher more an amount not to exceed that sum shall be transferredtoa WTOP account on the first business dayofthe fiscal yearof1994-95. Year one (1994-1995) Echolab DV5 Production Clear-com 2 Channel Intercom System 2 CSI System25Tripods SonyDXC327 Camera Total cost for the First Year List Price $11,695 2,1893,590 7,350 $24,824 Be it further enacted that during the fiscal yearof1995-96 the sumof$27,340 be budgeted in a fixed assets account; and furthermore an amount nottoexceed that sum shall be transferred to a WTOP account on the first business dayofthe fiscal yearof1995-96.

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Bill #71 Year Two (1995-96) Replacement Decks: SONY BetacamEdit-record deck SONY Betacam Edit-source deck SONY Betacam Record deck SONY Betacam Play-back deck SONY Edit Controller SONY Hi-8 Field Recorder Total Cost for Second Year List Price $8,9505,8604,1003,000 2,300 llJ.Q $27,3402Be it further enacted that during the fiscal yearof1996-97 the sumof$23,000bebudgeted in a fixed assets account; and furthermore an amount not to exceed that sum shall be transferred to a WTOP account on the first business dayofthe fiscal yearof1996-97.,-Year Three ( 1996-1997) Remote Package NewTek Video Toaster System Codex Fiber optic Interface 2 CSI System 25 Tripods 3 Camera Monitors MicrophoneSystem Total cost for the Third YearTOTAL COST OF THREE YEAR PLANList Price $8,000 5,000 3,590 2,800 3,700 $23,090$75,254SUBMITTED BY: Joseph Lawlor, General ManagerofWTOP SPONSORED BY: Rebecca Coleman, Charlie Wing, J.Z. Holcomb, Kevin Gottlieb, Cesar Murillo SENATE ACTION /JMl1/J _Passed 27YON1A BriaIi Quail, DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT March 24, 1994

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.. ,.-. WTOPTV-tO THREE YEAR PLAN PROPOSALWTOP is astudent-run,SAfundedorganization.Ourprogrammingisgearedtomeettheneedsofthecollegecampusandthecommunityatlarge. Thisprogrammingrangesfromtheeveningnewstopopularmoviestonumerousstudentproductions.Accordingtoourconstitutionwehavetwogoals. The first is to offerstudentshands-onexperienceandinstructionwithbroadcastingequipment.Althoughtheproductioncourses offeredbytheschoolareinformative, they simplycannotprovidethekindofin-depthtrainingthatWTOP offers. Thesecondis tobroadcastthebestpossibleproduct,intermsofqualityandcontent, tothecampus. Unfortunately, thesetwogoals arehamperedbytheconstantdeteriorationofourequipment.Thefirst Three Year Plan,whichpassedbytheStudentAssociation SenateonFebruary 13, 1991,attemptedtoremedythis situation. ItsgoalwastoputWTOPona level playing fieldwithothercollege television stations.Theplangaveustheflexibilitytoreplaceouragingequipment,thereby allowingustooperatemoreeffectivelyandefficiently. The originalThreeYearPlanstrovetoprovethatwhenmoneyisinvestedinanorganization,thatorganizationwill grow.InjustthreeyearsWTOP'sexpansionwasobvious.WewereprovidedwithnewSONY cameras,improvedstudiolighting, anewaudiosystem,andthe capability touseChroma-Key. All these acquisitionsenhancedthequality ofourstudentproductionsandimprovedourimagetothecampus.Theplanalsoopenednewpathsofopportunity.TheabilitytotapeLakerHockeygamesandthebroadcastingofLive-Senate is a direct resultofthe Three Year Plan.Inaddition,theplanbroughtustheVideo Toaster, a piece ofequipmentwebelieve willenableustoreachourelusive ad-line of $3,000.TheoriginalplanpulledWTOPoutof the'DarkAges'ofbroadcasting. WehopetocontinuethattraditionwiththeproposaloftheNewThree Year Plan. Thenewplanisdevisedwithtwospecific goalsinmind.Thefirst is simply to replacetheequipmentthatwill inevitablybreakdownoverthecourseofthenextthreeyears. The second, istoimproveourremotecapabilities.Atthispoint,Iintendtogothroughtheplanandlist justifications foreachpieceofequipmentweintendtobuyshouldyoudecidetopassthis bill.1

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.... -".--. -.WTOPTV-toTHREE YE.AR PLANPROPOSALpieceofglassonwhichmillionsofbitsofinformationcantravel. Thisnewtechnology,whichwillrunfrombuildingtobuilding, will enablewropto go LIVEfromanypointoncampuswiththepurchaseof a codec. This device will takeourvideosignalandsenditacrossthefiber opticstoourstationwherewecanbroadcastitlive. Next,wearehopingtopurchasethreecameramonitors. Thisitemis essentialinremotesituationsbecauseitallowsthedirectorto checkthecameraperson'sshotbeforehetakes it. Currently,weareoperatingwithoutcameramonitorsandthedirectormustswitchblindlybetweencameras.Anotherproblemconstantlyplaguingthestationhasbeenthelackofa quality field tripod. Weintendtopurchasetwoqualitytripodsthatwouldbeusedexclusivelyforremoteproductions.Finally,weintendtobuywireless microphones. Remoteproductionsareoftenunpredictable. Thecorrespondentcoveringtheeventmustbeabletomovewiththeactionandkeeptrackof theunfoldingsituation. Wirelessmicrophonescanaccomplishthisandeliminatetheproblemofhavingtostring milesofaudiocableaboutthelocation. Conclusion SincethepassageoftheOriginalThreeYear Plan,wrophasnotcomebeforeSenate toaskforanyadditionalmoney.Theplananticipatedourfutureneedsandenabledthestationtobecomeself sufficient.Thepassageofthisnewplanwouldcausewroptodoanotherthree-yeardisappearingact.OurstationwillnothavetotroubleSenateagainuntil1998.However,Icanguaranteethatifthis bill fails,wropwillcontinuetovisittheSA asouragingequipmentbreaksdown.Eitherway,Senate willbeinvestinginourorganization.Theonlyquestioniswhetheritwillbedonequicklywiththepassage ofonebill,orslowlyoverthecourseofthenextthreeyears.Asmentionedbefore,ifyouinvestmoneyinanorganization, it willgrow.Theoriginalthreeyearplanprovedthis factbyprovidinguswithbetterequipmenttoimproveourproductandservice.ThemoneyledtothedevelopmentandbroadcastofLakerHockeygamesandLive Senate.Inaddition,ourimprovedimageattractednew4

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. .WTOPTV-IO THREEYEAR PLANPROPOSALparticipants.PresidentWebernowvisits WTOPonamonthlybasistodoanissueorientedshowcalled "Ask ThePresident".Thenextthreeyears are crucial forourorganization. We willeithergroworremainstagnant. Allweask is forthesameopportunityourpredecessorshad.So please,investinourstationandwatchfortheresults.JosephLawlor GeneralManager5



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211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601A r .'."0 L.J.J.ci'-Jm.. I . In ---'..I o. >J'"Gl',) (.) SSOCIATION d Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 22nd Meeting 23 February 1994MinutesThe 22nd meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:05. The roll was taken with 26 Senators present and 7 absent. The agenda was approved withnochanges. There werenominutes from last week.Executive Report:BrianQuail--He went to the Health and Safety Soard meeting. Any roominFunnelle or anywhere else that has exposed pipes, they should be treated carefully. Chad--The rooms that have exposed pipesinthem, are the students moved out or are they stillin the room. SQ--Yes they are. The Pub Crawl last week was subject to some violent acts and there was approximately $400 in damage. Vile\anguage was used therefore it has been cancelledfor this week. There willbeposters coming out that will have taxi numbersonthem. Please usethem,because the roads are not safe because of the snow build up. Kevin--How long will the cancellationbefor? SQ--One week. Kevin--Is this a kind of punishment or are the buses off the road? SQ--In an essence it is a form of punishment. --Did the people who did it get charged? SQ-They do not know who didit.

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Steve--Will we get money back for theservice not serviced? SQ--Not sure because the contract says that they can do this if they feel the privilage is being abused. Matt--Didn't someone get hit last year when they stopped the service? SQ--Yes. Matt--Isn't there a better way to do this?SQagreed this was harsh. Talked about the issue concerning the vans. We have two vans that we lend out to students. There was some damage to one of te vans. "Let's say some gastinal intestinal residue!"Nocompany wanted to clean itsohedid it. Should this serviceberestricted. Sen--We know who has the van before and after. We could put a fine on them and they will notbeable to use it until the vans are cleaned. SQ-They already pay a fee when they come to rent the vans. We are liable for what happensonthe vans. Sen--What is the approximate revenue from the vans? SQ--Not exactly sure. Rob--Stated the open container lawinOswego. Sen--Shouldn't the Director of Student Servicesbethe person to check the vans when they come back. SQ--Doesn't think thatwecould get anyone to do the job. Christian--Have the next group who uses it look at it and tell if it is dirty or not. SQ--Good suggestion. Pete--Can the person who gives the keys and gets them back from the person/group lookatthe van or is there a key drop? SQ--There is a key drop. Chad--Sounds like we are being used. The vans shouldn't be used for alcoholic purposes. Victor--Add new guidelines first beforewemake a bill that will restrict them all together. It is dangerous for the students to be walking. SQ--Refer to the stdent services committee. Last semester SA attempted to pass a bill for the emergency fund. Dean Wassenaar said it was illegal for SA to do this.Wehad to find another way to get around the trustees. The SUCO Foundation is allowed us to do this.Anaccount has been set up.NoSA money willbeused to get the money for the foundation. Rob--Run a "piggy back" function with SA program to get the money. SQ--Dean Wassenaar said if the program was free we could ask for a donation for the fund.Hewanted to appoint JoAnne Smith to the speaking seat for the Non Trads. Matt--Is the seat part of the Executive Soard. SQ--No, there was a bill that gave them a speaking seat. JoAnne-The seat has been there, but they just started to use it. SQ--It is a rolling seat. Moved into Executive orders.SHasked all non senate people to leave the room. Afterwards all people were asked to reenter the room.

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' ..... ..-.. -BrianHurd--Talked about Bill #66-Tara was there to talk on the bill. Steve--What is his salary before this? Tara--$2000-$1000 each semester. Chad--Why do you want this? Tara--Gave a little background of events which led them to ask for the transfer. They need him because he is their leader. He comes from Syracuse andhetakes the time out to help them. $1000 doesn't compensate all the things he does for them. Matt--Is he compensated now or is it voluntary Tara--He is compensated now. Kevin--Have you come to transfer the funds because rules are different? At first you could just do it yourself? Tara--Not sure. BH--Anything over $299.00 needs approval of the senate. Barry--Will price continue to go up? Tara--Would like him to have $2000 each semester. Matt--Is he in danger of leaving if this does not go through? Tara--It is possible thathewill leave. Rob-What is he's time commitment with the organization? Tara--He goes with themontours andheis with them at their practices. He intends to be there for them. Dean Wassenaar--We had two great directors for this group. They both left the school, one graduated and unfortunately the other has passed on. They cannot get by without capable leadership. Talked about Bill #67--Harmony Schwartz was there to talkonbehalf of NYPIRG's Lobby DayinAlbany. Matt--We give NYPIRG a lot. We have never seen theminfront of us before. Chris--If it fails, will they go anyway? Liz--Yes they will still go to Albany to make the Legislators accountable.Itis a state wide day. Matt--It seems like there is only half SAmembers and half Senators going. Liz--Students, SA, NYPIRG--everyone is going.ELECTIONSUPDATE:Matt is elections chair but he, BH, is stillincharge of linguistics. Enciso has been served a sepeana from the court. Date will be posted in the SA office. Rob--Elections committee list? BH--Already did it! LRPC help Matt out with the elcetions. Asked if it wouldbeall right to start senate meetings at 5:45sothe committees could have their meetings before the meetings(sothey could brainstrom). Majority of the senators felt this was a good idea. Those who did not were to stay after the meeting to talk to him. There are three thank you notesinthe office from the people who received the money from the Miss-A-Meallast semester.FinanceReport:None of the numbers have changed!

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Task Groups;College Community: Barry--He has signupsheetstopass out at hall councils for clean up and if it rains there willbeaninside place. Student Services: Kevin--Meeting after this. Procedure Committee: Stay after the meeting to elect a new chair.New Business:Bill#64:PoliticalScienceClubFundingSubmittedby:PaulaBocchicchio,StevenJ.Levy,PoliticalScience Co-Presidents Sponsoredby:SteveAmato**Theywillbeherenextweekto talkaboutthebill.Bill#66:GospelChoirTransferofFundsSubmittedby:TheSUNYOswegoGospelChoir Sponsoredby:Shirley, Casear,Susan,andJoAnneSpecall Orders:Bill#65:PPB TransfertoBSUSubmittedby:PPBLecturesSponsoredby:ShirleyShirley--Dr.Karengaisthecreator oftheKawanzaHoliday,whichisa celebrationoftheAfricanHeritage.Rebecca--Pointofinformation-Iftheyareco-sponsoringthis,whycan'ttheyjustdoit?Rachel--Pointofclarification-Thisisunnecessary.Pete--Pointofinformation-Arethereadditionalfunds?--Yesthereare.ChrisA.--Isthemoneythere?--Yesitis.ChrisA.--Thisisauniqueopportunity,itshouldnotbethrownaway.Matt--Whydotheyhavetodothis?**Anytransaction over $299.00needstogothroughthesenate.Kevin--Contractisdone/signed.Hewillbehere.Thenewfinancehaseveryoneconfused.Matt--Greatidea,twoorganizationssponsoringanevent.Great!Brian--AgreeswithMatt.don'tunderstandwhyasplitformcouldn'tbeused.Steve--SameasBQ.Hopedsomeonecouldhavebeenheretotalk aboutit.Hatetofailitandseesomethingcomeup.DeanWassenaar--PPBhassponsored alotofthings.Maybeitishere,thebill,toinformthepeoplethatitisgoingtohappen.Chris--CalltoquestionBill#65fails 12-13Bill#67:FundsforBusforLobbyDaySubmittedby:NYPIRG ----_._--------------------------------_._------------------------------

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Sponsored by:Shirley Shirley--Feels the trip is very important. Matt--Friendly amendment to add account #915. **There werenoobjections from Shirley Rebecca--Point of information-How much isin **$4007Charlie--If this was known about, why couldn't it have been brought up sooner. BQ--This administration gotridof travel account and NYPIRG just assumed that the money would be there becauseithas beeninthe past. Barry--How much does NYPIRG get? BO--$3 per student per semester. Barry--Takeinconsideration where the money goes. Uz--Full-time staff, posters,Lobby Day,sponsored events, student employees. Chris--Don't see the point of the $300 symbolic jesture. Uz--Other alf is tentively coming from UUP. Chad--Ifwedon't supportitwho pays for it? Liz--We will face the question whenwecome toit.Shirley--Call to question Bill #67 passes 17-7Announcements and Public Comment:Rachel--Consceious raising groups raise people's conscieous, tell experiences. They will be in the Women's Center. Women can only come because men and women discuss things differently. Meetings are at 1 :30 on saturdays. Women's Herstory month is in March. Watch out for the calendar. Omicron Delta Kappa applications are due soon. Kevin--Disturbed by special orders bill. These things cost a lot of money. Everyone benefits fromthis. Going to hall councils because they do not have the money. Matt--Bill failed because of procedual reasons not because of the content of the bill. something has to e said and setinstone. Set specific dates. Chris--Agrees with Matt. April 15th is a deadline. They should come up with strict deadlines. Dean Wassenaar--Very proud of the student government. shows that they are interested by the attendance. He expressed some concerns with the new administrationtaking the office in just a few weeks. Thanked the senate for the thigs taht it has done so far. Dr. Karenga is coming tothis campus because of what he has to say to everyone not just BSU. Chris--Motion to adjourn The 22nd meeting of the 29th Legislative session was adjourned at 7:45. **Note from acting senate clerk--charge the typing errors to my typing not to my heart.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity CollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislative Session23rdMeeting2 March1994AGENDA1.CalltoOrder2.RollCall3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.ExecutiveReportsBrianQuailBrianHurd6.FinanceReportHope Adams7.OldBusiness Bill #64, Bill #668.AnnouncementsandPublicComments9.Adjournment l..
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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 9 March 1994AGENDA 1/3b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-36011.CalltoOrder 2. Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda 4. ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Brian Quail 6. Finance Report Hope Adams7.Task Groups Report 8. New Business Bill #68, Bill #69, Resolution #199.Announcements and Public Comments10.Adjournment .-"

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 23nd Meeting 2 March 1994Minutes ,A, T211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601The 23nd meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:15. The roll was taken with 27 Senators present and7 absent. The agenda was approved with one addition-Task Groups. The minutes were approved withnochanges.ExecutiveReport:BrianQuail--Enfranchisement group has met and going about their work. Liz--Lobby day went well. Will follow up with visits to Legislativors. Conference is coming upinApril. See her for details. We are waiting for the decisiononEdv.Advocate General. Hopefully there will be a decision soon. Rob--Will copies be made available? BQ--Last time they rendered a decision copies were made available. He madeanappointment to the Senate--Time Stack; off-campus senator. Tim--Retired from the Navy, andheisanofficer of the American Legion. Hearingnoobjectionshewas appointed. Matt--The rooms are done, is it 24hr accessible? BQ--the room wouldn't be but the MAC machine area would. Not sure how much money is left over from the first phase of the project but if there is enough left over it will be done. They have made steps to make it 24hr accessible.BrianHurd--Miss-A-Meal isonApril21st 1994. Written proposals are due by 4:30onMarch 22nd. The Senate will voteonitonApril 6th. -----------_._---------_._-

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Linguistics are going along fine. Elections Committee won't have to payforthe refreshments because Auxiliary Services will be providing them with it. They will be allowed to go into the dinning halls for breakfast. He wants all the Senators on campus to go up and see how they are doing, the RSVP people. There will be an absentee ballot form for the ones who can not vote on campus.Finance Report:Hope--Account 914-$2402 Account 915-$3694 Account 916-$3500.80Task Groups:Procedural Committee: Rob--Met last Sunday. Shared ideas about election law.Talkto Steveforinformation. Meetings are on Sunday at 6;80 in the library. College Community: Barry--The sheets will be handed out on ThursdayorFriday.Old Business:Bill#64:PoliticalScienceClubFundingSubmitted by: Paula Bocchicchio, StevenJ.Levy, Political Science Co-Presidents Sponsored by: Steve Amato **Rules were suspended so that the bill couldbetalked on. Paula, one of the presidents, came to talktothe senate. The club was late for the proposal because they were asked to take over the club when the first president left. Didn't have thingsinontime. They have been paying for things out of their pockets. Rebecca--What are the gifts for the speakers? --People that are coming are very important. they want to give them gifts so that they remember the event that they spokeat.Shirley--Why $75 for the stationary? --To write thank you notes/letters. The amount that they are going to buy will last for a longtime. Steve--How many members! --There isn't a set number of members at this time. Chris--What is the basis of the budget? How do you account for the speakers that are coming? --Most were willing to come. The club had nothing to start with. They want to get the club off the ground. Tim--How much stationary are you purchasing? --100 sheets and 100 envelopes. Tim--Did you order from the same company? --No they looked for a cheaper company and found one and that is the one that they are going to use. Matt--Are all the speakers coming? --Not sure yet. Victor--I thought that they could not fund for food.

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Rob-Thatisjust aguidelinethattheyfollow.BH--Thisisn'tbudgetcouncil.Chad--Doyouknowwhatthebudgetwasfromlastyear?--Oldpresidentdidn'tleavemuchforthemtogoby.Chris--Have theybeenbUdgetedbefore? --Yes theyhavebeen.Theyusedthemoneyverywellthough.Matt--Willyoubearound? --Yes.BH--Thedidn't getfundslastyear.**RuleswerereinstatedSteve--Prettysolidclub.Givethemthemoney.Todd--AgreedwithStevebutmadeamotiontogivethem$150andletthemuseitattheirdiscretion.Matt--Whatisthemostthatwecouldspendonoutsidespeakers?BH--$75 Charlie--Didn'tapproveofituntilhetalkedtotheiradvisor.Susan--The shouldn'tbepenalized forthe$50.Rebecca--Made amotiontoadd account#915tothebill.Rob--Calltoquestion.Bill64passes 25-2-0Bill#66:GospelChoirTransferofFundsSubmittedby:TheSUNYOswegoGospelChoir Sponsoredby:Shirley, Casear,Susan,andJoAnne Shirley--Feelsthebillisneeded.Passit.Casear--Provided excellence.Theyrepresenttheschool.Susan--haven'theardthembutwillliketo.JoAnne--Heardthemanditweamovingexperience. Matt--Calltoquestion-therewasanobjectionThisisjust a transfer ofmoney.Whenweallocatewedoitforthepurposeofthestudents.Thereisnoguarantee thehe'llstayifthemoneyisgiventohim.Kevin--Heardthemsing.theyhavelotsofenthusiasm.Wouldbeeffective.Thinksitisappropriate.Rob--Theyprovideaservice.Chad--Budgetcouncildecides.Itisdangeroustogivethatmuchmoneytooneperson.Barry--Bestinterestoftheclub.Makesurethedirectorstays.Victor--Urgesupportofthebill.Iftheydon'tgetthemoneytheywillhavetolookforanotherdirector.Todd--Woulditbea charity?BQ--Noitwouldn'tbeacharity.Todd--Givinghimextramoneywillnotinsurethathewillstay.DeanWassenaar--Theycameandaskedfor $2000 per semester. Theywerecutdown.Thegospel choirisnotpartofthecollegeliketheothermusicalorganizations.Thisisanimportantdecisiontomake.theyareWillingtodowhateverittakestokeephim.Supportthisgroup.

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Chris--Calltoquestion. Bill #66 passes 24-5Announcements and Public Comment:Todd--About the money from the halls that was going to pay for the refreshmentswhere will it be going to? BH--That money will pay for the things given by Auxiliary Services. Rachel-Talked about Women's Herstory Month. Passed out copies with informationonthem. If you have any questions, call her. Consciences groups are on Saturday. this weeks is about Eating disorders. Dean Wassenaar--Performanceinballroom-From A Mother's Eyes. :. Kevin--Centro complaints from funnelle hall. Can they bring the problems to SA? BH--Mike Flaherty or Dean Wassenaar is where you go to. Dean Wassenaar--Interestedinsome feedback. Rachel--T-shirts are goingonsale. Bring toiletries and it'll go to the safe house for the women. Chris--Where did Miss-A-Meal money go to last semester? BH--Don't have exact numbers of how much and where but you can go to office to find out. Rob (Chris)--Motion to adjourn. The 23nd meeting of the 29th Legislative session was adjourned at 7:10.

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= TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 March 1994AGENDA1.Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda 4. ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Reports >', ...-.,., Brian Quail Brian Hurd 6. Finance Report Hope Adams 7. Task Groups Report8.New Business Bill #70, Bill #71, Bill #72, Bill #75, Bill #76 9. Special Orders Bill #73, Bill #7410.Old Business Bill #68, Bill #69, Resolution #19 11. Announcements and Public Comments 12. Adjournment211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315)341-3601

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.a SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 25th Meeting16March 1994MINUTES:A r 211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601"The 25th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:15. Roll was taken with31senators present and 5 senators absent. The agenda was approved after Bill #74 was made special orders and the approval of the minutes was stricken from the agenda. There werenominutes from the last meeting.Executive Reports:Brian Quail: He introduced Robin McClease and Monica Forrester who came to talk about the AIDS Campaign. They had pledge forms tobefilled out. There are a variety of the things that one could have pledged for. He then introduced Liz and Jessica from NYPIRG. Liz talked about the Spring Conference that is comingup.If anyone wants togoall the have to do is come and speak to Lizinthe NYPIRG office. You could still sign up until the day that they are going to leave, Friday, March 18th. The cost is $20 and this covers all everything for the entire weekend. She then talked about the letter campaign that is going on. The letters will be going to the Assemblymeninyour district. These are dueonMonday. After they are allinthen there willbecalls made to the various members of Congress. Jessica then talked about the Hunger Clean Up project that NYPIRGisdoing. Resolution #19 was for Hunger Clean Up Day.ItwillbeonApril 16th 1994. She passed around a sign up sheet for people to sign up. She couldbereached, also,inthe NYPIRG office.

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-SO encouraged people to sign up.Heencouraged someone to take Resolution #19 off the table. Rob--It is alreadyonold business.SOrequested that the interaction between the fellow senators be kept down for the next speakersothat everyone could understand what is being said. He then introduced Joe Lawlor, General Manager of WTOP.Mr.Lawlor talked about the new three year plan that WTOP has broughtinfront of the Senate. He first gave a little backgroundonthe old three year plan. Its goal was to put Oswegoonthe map withherest of the SUNY schools. WTOP is now the bestinthe SUNY system. He showed a video of where WTOP was and where it is going. The original three year plan brought themout of the dark ages. Everything you need to know isinthe packet. Wanted to share the planning with the Senate. Much of the equipment dates back many years.Mr.Lawlor then turned it over to Pete to give details and answer any question that they may have. Pete--In the first year, the switcher is the most important thing that they need to keep themselves going. The one that they selected is used by many people. The current switcher is out of date. A normal one costs close to $40,000 but the one that they want to buy is close to $12,000. The intercom system is needed to communicate between the peopleonthe stage and off. The tripods that they have now are really bad and the new ones are needed. The new camera would make things run smoother.Hethen went through year two and three and thematerial they want to buy. They discussed the deal with professionals outside of the school to find cheaper ways to get the equipment. Joe--This is not a wish list. Some people may say that the third year isn't needed, but this equipment will keep things going smoother. The new three year plan will keep the station moving ahead.Inthe past, with the old three year plan intact, that only reason why they have come to Senate is to get transfers of money but never to ask for money. With this new plan the senate will not have to see WTOPinfront of them until 1998.Heforesees that if the bill fails that WTOP will beinfront of the senate asking for money to fix various things. He was giving tours of the complex after the senate meeting for all those that want to see the equipment now and what they do. There willbea member of the Executive board of WTOP going around to the Hall Councils taking about the bill. Rob--What does the third year include? Pete--3 microphones, base stations to receive messages back. Dwight--How newisthe technology? Pete--Pretty new.itis a new line of current technology. Matt--Isanamiga includedinthe third year when you buy the toaster? Pete--Yes. Charlie--Will the prices hold? Pete--Sy the third year the prices willbecheaper. Steve--How closely have you stuck to the old plan. Joe--Years one and two were ok but the third one was very off. Dwight--Is the equipment replacement or new? Joe--The switcher is new. There is a detailed listinthe packet.

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-Dwight--If all the tripods are here there are noneinthe studio right now? Joe-There arenotripodsinthe studio right now. Garrick--Why a three year plan? Why lockina budget this way? Joe-This was originally a five year plan. The needs don't change. Shirley--Video Toaster is the third expensive item. What is it? Pete--Puts everything into one box. Animation, swipes and other things can be done with it. the old one is slow. Dwight--Are they buying used equipment? Pete--No. **In place ofBQ,BHintroduced the next person to speak.BHintroduced Jason, who is the President from the Cycling Club. The cycling club has 60+ members and they add new members all the time. The race is confirmed and they have already gotten sponsors for the race (UAA, Auxiliary Services, and the National Bicycle Chain). The $500 will cover the prizes. Rob--What was the nature of the miscommunication? Eric-They thought that they had to handina budget for this semester,sowhen they did they found out that the budget that they handedinwould be their budget for next year. Susan--Is this race going tobeyearly? Jason-They want to make this something for the future of the cycling club. If 30 people show up for the race the money willbereturned. Chad-Is this just a loan? Jason-Yes. Matt--Why special orders? Jason--The flyers mustbeprinted with the prizesonthem. the have tobesent out ASAP so that everything could be squared away. Susan--Is it just collegiate or is it open to anyone? Jason--It couldbeeither. Rebecca--How did you come about the $500 amount? Jason--It came from a prize list. Rebecca--What are they? Jason--Five prizesineach class. The prizes include seats, helmets, tires, pedals, tools, saddle bags, etc...Plus a raffle will happen the day of the event. Rebecca--Will the entire club join the race? Jason--Hopes that everyone will join the race. Rebecca--Is it tradition for the first five winners to get prizes? Jason-There really isnoreal tradition. Rebecca--How many members do you have? Jason--There is 60+ membersatthis time. Steve--What do you actually do?Doyou hold meetings? Jason--We are a place where cyclists can come to ride with others or just get together. The get informationonother races and the help Public Safety with their new Cycle Patrol. Chad--Will they ride rain or shine? Jason--Yes, rain or shine. Chris--Does the30people include the members of the cycling club?

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Jaso n-Yes. Rob--How much have you spentonthis race thus far? Jason--$50 for membership, race feeonthe day of the race. Rebecca--If it was to snow, "Heaven forbid", will there stillbea race? Eric--Yes there willbe.Jason--Only if there is a stateofemergency, the race not go on. Rebecca--WhybUythe prizes first? Jason--The people must know what the prizes are before they enter the race. Kevin--Will SA get their moneyback? Jason--A refund will go to SA and the rest of the money will stay with the club.BHthen introduced the new off campus senator, Dwight Hood, who, upon approval, willbethe first enfrainchisement studentinthe Senate. He was appointed. He then acknowledged the Student Services Task Groupontheir work with the poster that has been finished. All the hoursonthe poster will notbechanging, so the poster couldbeused year after year.BOis working with the Special Projects Directorsonthe off campus student survey. Sign up for time slots to help outonthe phone drive. Brian Hurd: Next week there willbea special bill for the elections results. He wanted to talk to the Election LawReformers after the meeting.FinanceReport:BudgetCouncil has finished and the final budget willbeinthe senators mailboxes. There werenochangesinthe accounts. #914--$2402 #915--$3544 (pending)#916--$3500.80 She addressed the Gospel Choir concerns.Anagreement was madeinwhich they were allowed to overspendinone of their accounts and the Choir agreed to leave $2000inthe budget to offset the expenditure. Chris A.--Why was it to the salary account? Shouldn't have gone through Senate first? Hope-Yes, but it happened last year and it will not happen this year that is why they came through Senate to get the money. She then talked about the "NoRedPolicy" Bill. Sometimes the bUdget will go over and sometimes it will go under. she encouraged them to send the bill to a committee to look at it and bring it to her and they will go over it together. Rebecca--Is it safe to spend from the contingency account? Hope--She would wait to see what things look like after she has finished going over the books from the beginning.BHwanted the senators to know that if they wait to place actiononany of the bills that they would be effecting a lot of people.BOinformed him that the range of the contingency was between $1500 and $3000.Itis most likely that the accountisworth $2500. There willbemore information next week.TaskGroups:Procedural:

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>Rob--Is it ok with the policies? Hope--Not sure. Dean Wassenaar--Yes it is. Chris--Call to question. Special Orders Bill #73 passes 30-0Bill #74--CreationofDirectorofNonTraditional Student IssuesSubmitted by: NTSU, EdwinM.Enciso Sponsored by:SueuRBorrow, Barry Whitmore, Dwight Hood Barry--Non-traditional students areanimportant aspect. We need this. They have needs that needtobe addressed. Dwight--He was called a Non-traditional student andhedidn't know what it meant. He supports it. BH--Asks the body for their opiniononwhether Kevin Burns shouldbeallowed to speakonthe issue. Rob--Point of order;isitimportant to do this? Kevin--Is the Billinorder? BH--Yes. Steve--He should be allowedtospeak becauseheisacting as a senator. Susan--YieldedtoEdwin: Edwin speakonwrong issue at hand, which is whether or not Kevin shouldbeallowed to speak. **Kevin is allowed to speak and whenhedoeshemakesanamendment to change theBEIT ENACTED clause.hethen goesonto say that if the bill was to go to vote the way it is BO probably would have vetoed it and so wouldhe.**A vote is made for the amendment and it passes 21-7. Matt--NTSU has a speaking seatnow.Just make the seat a Director. Rob--Doesn't agree withhebill even with the amendment. The new administration is looking for new people. Non-traditional students should trytofill those seatsinthe Executive Board and the will have their voices heard through that revenue. JoAnn--Yielded to Edwin: Edwin feels that if Kevin J., as a director, could speak for his constituents then Non-traditional students should have this voice also. Chris--Point of Information; What will happen to the job and funds of the Director of Special Projects? BH--Will stay the same but itisup to the new administration. Chris--Point of Information; When did Brian and Brian change the Executive Branch? BH--When we got to power. Chris--This isanissue when the President Elect actually becomes President. Chad--Has no objection to the Non-traditional students but he believes that the beginningofthe bill was just poor politics. Susan--We represent 26% of the population.Wehave a speaking seat but is difficulttofill the seat. They pay the SA fee like everyone else. They want a director. Rebecca--Point of Information; Does the money needtocome out of the accounts right now? BH--Yesorthe appointed person would not get paid until July 1 st. Steve--Point of Information; What does the Directors of Special Projects do? BH--Anything that the President feels is a project thathewants them to workon.Some

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of the things that they worked on was the voter guide, off-campus survey. Tina was a Director of Special Projects. Tina--When Brian and Brian took office I was one of the first Directorsof Special Projects. During that time I workedonthe forum for "Ask President Weber" and other things that needed to be done at the time. Steve-There needs tobea line drawninthe size of the Executive Branch but thelindoes not need to be drawn at the Non-traditional students. Motion to remove the chair Chris--Point of Information; Will therebeone if the bill passes? Kevin B.--Yes. Kevin--Was the amendment passed? BH--Yes. Kevin--What is the salary of all the Directors now? BH--AII the directors are paid the same. Brian H.--Said thathewas sorry thathecreated such a problem. They are creating a seat by tying Kevin's hands. Tying his hands is wrong. Rebecca--Move to tablethis bill. "Chair is reinstated The move fails 8-18. Rebecca--Table this first because we don't know what the contingency account looks like and wait to see is this is the best way to deal with the problem. Give the new administration the time to actontheir own. Let them take office first. Kevin G.--Point of Information; Could a position be made if the bill fails? BH--Yes. Kevin--Let the new administration do with its cabinet as it pleases. Matt--It is their right to make positions. One group shouldn't have two seats. JoAnn--Yielded to Edwin: Edwin says that this is not to force anyone to do anything. The group took action to get change.Ifit is reasonable pass the bill. Rob--Point of Information; Procedural Committee could not sponsor a bill, could they? BH--No, Susan Borrow is taken off the sponsor list. Call to question Special Orders Bill #74 fails 8-17-1. Kevin Burns was the only one the objected andhewas askedtogive a reason. Kevin B.--Becauseheis thePresident Elect he felt that he should not vote but if they wanted him to he would.OldBusiness:Bill#68--"NoRed" Policymotion to waive the reading of the bill-there wasanobjection Submitted by: Chris Ahearn, Hart Hall Senator Sponsored by: Chad JohannsenChad--$20,OOOhave beeninfinancial ruins (He went through a list of organizationsinthe "red"). He approves of this bill. Rebecca--Made a motion to send this bill to the Long Range Planning Task Group. "It was approved.-----_._-----------------_.-

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Rob-They are workingonthe Election Law and how the Election Committee should be formed.Hethen talked about the memo that was placedinthe packet. Student Services: Kevin-Take the poster they worked hardonit. Meet with him after the meeting. College Community: Barry--Please return the sign up sheets tohimASAP.NewBusiness:Bill# 70-TransferofFunds from Management ContingencytoContingencySubmitted by: Rebecca Coleman, Off-Campus Senator Sponsored by:RobWilliamsBill #71--WTOP Three Year Plan*motion to waive the reading of the bill Submitted by: Joseph Lawlor, General Manager of WTOP Sponsored by: Rebecca Coleman, JZ Jolcomb, Cesar Murillo, Charlie WingBill #72--DirectorofChallenged Student Issues*motiontowaive the reading of the bill-there wasanobjection Submitted by: Dan Preston, EdwinM.Edciso Sponsored by: Susan Borrow, Chris Giunta, Dwight Hood, Chad JohannsenBill #75--Funds for NTSU Easter Egg Hunt*motion to waive the reading of the bill Submitted by: Brain Quail Sponsored by: Susan Borrow, JoAnn Smith, Pete MorrisonBill #76--Funds for CSA Income Line*motion to waive the reading of the bill Submitted by: Brian Quail Sponsored by: Rebecca Coleman, Steve AmatoSpecialQrders:Bill#73--Funds for the Cycling Club*motion to waive the reading of the bill-there wasanobjection Submitted by: The Cycling Club, EdwinM.Enciso Sponsored by: Rob Williams, Chris Giunta, Matt Labovich, Kevin Gottlieb Rob--There are things thathedoes not agree with yet they are models of how a club shouldrun.Hehad question though about the charging of fees and account #915. Chris--Very thurrow. Glad to see the money coming back. Kevin--Can contingency take money in? Hope--No but we could set upanincome account. Kevin--Urged foranamendment. Supportsit.Matt--Made the amendment to have the income account created. Rebecca--Point of information; What will the money be used for? Hope--It would offset the budget. Matt--Definitely supports the bill. Should encourage all people to give the money back. Dwight--Call to question; there wasanobjection.

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.:...... Bill #69--Funds for Student Committee on Secondary Education *motion to waive the reading of the bill Submitted by: The Student CommitteeonSecondary Education Sponsored by: JZ Holcomb JZ--Students and faculty working together. She approves ofit.Rob--Call to question-there wasanobjection. Chris A.--Money can'tbeallocated for refreshments. BH--Yes it can. Senate can allocate the money but Budget Councilcan't. Matt-From what account will it come from and where will it go? BH--Account #915 and intoanaccount that willbemade. Chris B.--Cayuga was appalled. Kevin-This is for refreshments.Wecan't set a precedent. Steve--Formal amendment to change the amount to $40. **Fails 12-16 Steve--$100 seems like too much. We usually don't fund for food. Hope--Doesn't see this asanunexpected expenditure. Shirley--Doesn't see the bill as important. Sees it as a ploy. Chad--Call to question Bill #69 fails 7-22. Resolution #19--NYPIRG HungerandHomelessness Project Submitted by: NYPIRG Sponsored by: Rebecca Coleman, Shirley Toussaint, Janelle Preman Rebecca--Very good effort. Encourage everyone to participate. Shirley--Flight for hungerness. Supports it. Rob--Call to question; motion for acclimation. Resolution #19 passes by acclimation.AnnouncementsandPublicComment:Dean Wassenaar--Handed out some thingsonbehalf of Rachel Lerman and the Women's Center.Hewent over the Women's Herstory Month Calender. Kevin B.--They are accepting applications for the Executive Board. Go getanapplication from Mary Jointhe office. Kevin G.--Since the meeting started two days agohewanted to remind the Student Services Task Group to meethimafter the meeting. Mark--Wanted to thank people for coming to the question and answer period. Chris A.--Motion to adjourn. The 25th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was adjourned at 8:35.

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STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOS\VEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 26th Meeting 23 March 1994AGENDA1.Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda 4. ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Reports Brian Quail Brian Hurd 6. Finance Report Hope Adams 7. Task Groups Report8.New Business Bill #77, Bill #79, Resolution #20, Resolution #21 9. Special Orders Bill #78 10. Old Business Bill #70, Bill #71, Bill #72, Bill #75, Bill #76 11. Announcements and Public Comments 12. Adjournment

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STAlE UNIVERSrIY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevelHewiuUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 26th Meeting23March 1994MINUTES:The 26th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:15. Roll was taken with29senators present and 4 senators absent. The agenda was approved after Bill #70 was moved after Bill#76. There minutes were approved withnochanges.ExecutiveReports:Brian Quail: -Stated that this was goingtobea fun packed evening. -He introduced Liz from NYPIRG who talked about the budget that would be passed during break. Gave out the namesofthe Congress people that the people from Oswego's District should contact. Employed that all the senators call. Go to the tablesinthe Union and there willbenumbers for youtocall. She then went over what should be said to them over the phone. Encouraged people to get others into doing it also. These are the final few daystomake a difference. There is informationonthe Bulletin Board by the SA office. -He then introduced Allen Jones andDanPreston who came to talk about the issues entailedinBill #72.Mr.Jones talked about the way thathe,Chairman of the Health and Safety Board, went around withMr.Prestonina wheelchair.Hewas asking for the support of the bill.Itisanissue which needs attention.Mr.Preston stated that there are 120 disabled studentsonthis campus and they need the special attention. These issues are current ones.AJknows how clue less this populationis.Bycreating this position it will give them someone that they could go to when they

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--,,.. -...,'" .' have a problem.Heasked themtosupport the bill also. -He then introduced President Elect Kevin Burns who came to talk about Bill #79. This bill would create a diversity department. The money that the directors would get wouldbeinanaccount for themtodraw from.Heliked the positions that wouldbeinthis diversity department. -BO then gaveanupdateonthe group that was workingonthe enfranchisement issue. They had finished their work. There wouldbea letter given out after break which would let them know all the things that they workedon.The PPB Programming Board was also finished working and something wouldbeout by them shortly.Hethen talked about the water tests that were doneinvarious buildingsonthe campus and what there findings were from the tests that were done. -Moved into Executive Sessions (All non-speaking seats were asked to leave.) -Motion to end Executive Sessions -Hope asked BO to tell everyone that the overview of the accounts was well under way. $2080 remaininginfixed assets $3442.40 remainingincontingency -This is the last Senate Meeting of this Session. Thanked everyone.Itwasanexperience.Inleavingheholdsnogrudges with anyone. It would not be good for Anyone to look backonthe things that were done or the things that were not done. Let's put the elections behindusandmoveon.Everyone should unite behind the new leadership. Brian Hurd: -Talked about the elections bill which would only validate the candidates. The final thingsinthe packet are about Miss-A-Meal. These willbedebatedonthe Wednesday thatweget back from break. -He then thanked the advisorstothe Senate. it meant a lot tohimthat they were here every week with them.Hethen thanked the Senate for making things work for him. Told them that they are gaining respectasa group and that they should keep itup.Put the elections behind them andbesupportive of each other.Hehas a great amount of respect for each of them. Told them thathewouldbeworkingonelections.financeReport:There was not a report because the Director of Finance was not present.Task Groups:Procedural: Rob--Thanked Brian for helpingonthe election law. Encouraged people to join the Procedural Group. Long Range Planning: Matt--LRPisworkingonthe Billonthe "No Red" policy.NewBusiness:BiI/# 77--Roll Call VotingSubmitted by:Charlie Wing, Onondaga Hall Senator Sponsored by: Chris Brodt, Victor Augustus, Todd Bullock, Chris Ahearn, Rob Williams----------------------------------------------

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.... Bill #79--CreationofDepartmentofDiversity *motion to waive the reading of the bill, there wasanobjection Submitted by: Kevin Burns, SA President Elect andBenBryan, SA Vice President Elect Sponsored by: Shirley Toussaint, Rob Williams, Rebecca Coleman, Victor Augustus, Matt Labovich, Susan Borrow Resolution #20--Farewell to Brian Quail Submitted by:Tina Agee Sponsored by:Rob Williams, Shirley Toussaint, Steve Amato, Chris Ahearn,JZHolcolmb, Kevin Gottlieb, Garrick Smith Rob--His involvement began withBO.Hewas BO's roommate.Heput a lot of heart into it. Shirley--Everything said about him is true. Steve--Best thing to happentoSA. Never seen anyone with such knowledge. **Presented BO with the plague from the Association** JZ--Thanked BO and the rest of the Administration. Kevin--He has givensomuchtothe Association. Great guide, thanks. Garrick--Pleasure working with him. Chris A.--Good Luck. Kevin J.--He is a man of all seasons.Hedeserves another round of applause. Matt--Yielded to Kevin B.-Really will miss him. Should be commended and thanked. Matt--He hasanamazing drive. Worked to get things done. Chris-Yielded to Jeff K.-Heisa well rounded person and his accomplishment stand out. Rachel--Pleasure working with him. Dwight--Motion for acclimation. Resolution #20 passes by acclimation. *there was a motion to remove the chair. Resolution #21--FarewelltoBrian Hurd Submitted by:Tina Agee Sponsored by:Rob Williams, Steve Amato, Shirley Toussaint, Dwight Hood, Todd Bullock, Kevin Gottlieb, Garrick Smith, Pete Morrison, Susan Borrow, Chad Johannsen, Lou Ricci Rob-Thanks for teaching him alot.Todd, JZ, Kevin, Garrick--ThankedhimSteve--Yielded to Jim-Heisa leader. Pleasure tobehis friend. Steve--Really does not get credit for whathedoes.Heknows the rules. Thanks for a great job. **PresentedBHwith the plague from the Association** Chad--Made a mistake whenhewalked into his first senate meeting butBHtold him what his job was andhethankedhimforit.Pete--He should have Emeritus also. Thanked him for all his help. Susan--Thanks. He has done a great job.

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Lou--1sttimehemet himhewas writinghimup whenhewasanRA.Helped him openhismind uptothe differences n this campus. Thanks. BQ--He will miss his unique personality and his wit.Hewill miss working with him.Hestood over the meat grinder withhimona lot of different issues. Rebecca--Yielded to Kevin-Madehimfeel welcomed. Thanked him. Rebecca--She appreciates all thathehas done. Jeff--He is always one step ahead of the game. Told the senate whathisnickname was--BUBBA. Rachel--Truly impressedbythe things thathehas done. Thanks. Chris A.--Made a friendly amendment: "Be it further resolved that Brian Hurd (BUBBA) along with Brian Quail be placed among the few who were granted Emeritus Statusbythis house." Call to question Motion for acclimation. **there was a motion to reinstate the chair. special Orders:Bill#7B--SA Election ResultsSubmitted by:The Election Committee Sponsored by:Steve Amato, Rob Williams Steve-Yield Rob--Yield Call to question, there wasanobjection Chris G.--His name was spelled wrong.Itis Giunta. Calltoquestion. Special Orders Bill #78 passes.OldBusiness:Bill #71--WTOP Three Year PlanSubmitted by:Joseph Lawlor, General Manager of WTOP Sponsored by:Rebecca Coleman, JZ Holcolmb, Kevin Gottlieb, Charlie Wing *there was a motiontowaive the reading of the bill Rebecca--Done a great job. They deserve the three year plan. Charlie--Echo Rebecca's comments. They have come a long way. Thisisthe only way to move forward. JZ--Valuable teaching organization. Kevin--Urge to passit.Quite impressed. Casear--1989 WTOP was not the best. Over the years has seen improvement. Vote for this. BQ--He has had tt--"ee conversations with Joe.Heisconfident it has been well researched. Encl. 'lgethemtopassit.Chad--Good idea. \,I;t think about the third year. Victor--Motiontotabl,therewasanobjection. He then moved to table this, but it failed. Matt-Yielded to Joe10 not table this bill. They spent a lot of time researching it If there are any questicISheis willing to hear them. Matt--They do a reall great job. They know better than everyone. This gets them off

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'.. '. -... their backs for three years. Rob--Call to question, there was an objection. He echoes Rebecca and Matt. Major part of communications. Lou--Yielded to Ed-Gives opportunities. Move forward. Lou--Lots of time went into this bill. Sign of growth. Kevin--Makes amendment to the changing of the amount on the third year (takes out the extra zero). Urge next person to call it to question. Steve--Call to question Bill#71passes 26-0-1 Victor abstained becausehedid not have enough informationonthe bill to voteonit.Bill #72--DirectorofChallenged Student IssuesSubmitted by:Dan Preston, EdwinM.Enciso Sponsored by:Susan Borrow, Chris, Chad Johannsen *there was a motion to waive the reading of the bill. Susan--Needs to be done. Chris Avis--Personally there is a need. Chad--Supports the bill. Rebecca--The bill was formed without talking to the next administration. Give them a chance to do it. Matt--Do not pass this bill because it is the same as the bill last week and that one failed. Con not pass one and not the other. Leave this up to next administration. Chris A.--Creating this would give them a voice. Chris B.--Call to question Bill #75 fails 3-24.Bill #75--Funds for NTSU Easter Egg HuntSubmitted by:Brian Quail Sponsored by:Susan Borrow, JoAnn Smith, Pete Morrison Susan--Family orientated program. Itisfor children 2-10. Want to make it a yearly thing. Pass it. JoAnn--This is College-Community Relations. Get the Community involved with it. Pete--NTSU is starting to make noise. Want to do things. Pass it. BQ--This does not directly spend moneyonstudents but it does in a way. Passit.Matt--Good purpose yet personallyhewill vote no. No money should go to religious things. He fought for this for the past two years. Shirley--Call to question, there was an objection Steve--What account does this come from? --Account 915. Shirley--Call to question Bill #76 passes 23-4BiI! #76--Funds forGSAIncome LineSubmitted by:Brain Quail Sponsored by:Rebecca Coleman, Steve Amato Rebecca-They deserve it.Itwas a mistake and they should fixit.Steve--Honest mistake. Passit.Matt--What happened?

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-.., I-BQ--Income line was left out of the budget. Hope found the error. Rebecca--Do we know the account number where the money would go? BQ-The account wouldbeestablished.Itwas not set aside. **Another "Beitenacted" clause was added to the bill: "Beitenacted by Student Association Senate of the State University College at Oswegothat the moneybeput intoanaccount to be made." Matt--Call to question Bill #76 passes 27-0Bill #70-TransferofFunds from Management ContingencytoContingencySubmitted by:Rebecca Coleman, Off-Campus Senator Sponsored by: Rob Williams Rob--Get the money fromanample source. Steve--Call to question Bill #70 passes 27-0 **Senate moved into a traditional ceremony--The Passing of the Gavel **Upon finishing this President Elect Kevin Burns and Vice President Elect Ben Bryan were sworninby Matt Labovich--the pro-temp. (All to take effectonApril 1 st, 1994)AnnouncementsandPublic Comment:Kevin B.--executive Board applications are in the SA Office. You can get them from Mary Jo. Matt--Motion to adjourn,there was an objection. Rachel--Thanks for Women Herstory month, it went well.Ifanyone wants training they should getintouch with her. Chris A.--Motion to adjourn,there was an objection. Fabyne--Talked about the Gospel Choir's Anniversary Concert. Mark--Madeanannouncement for Betsy about the Footsteps into Change. Jim--Motion to adjourn. The 26th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was adjourned at 9:00.

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STATEUNlVERSJIYOFNEWYORKCOUEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevelHewittUnion SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 6 April 1994AGENDA1.Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. ApprovalofAgenda 4. ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Kevin Burnsl Ben Bryan6.Finance Report Hope Adams 7. Task Groups Report8.New Business Bill #80 9. Special Orders Bill#8110. Old Business Bill #77, Bill #79 11. Announcements and Public Comments 12. Adjournment

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STATE UVIVERSlITOF NE\f1YORKCOllEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 6 April 1994MINUTES:The 27th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:05. Roll was taken with 25 senators present and 4 senators absent. The agenda was approved withnochanges. There minutes were approved with no changes.Executive Reports:Kevin Burns: -Shirley form NYPIRG talked about the Hunger Clean Up. State Board Elections are coming up. You can vote for a representativeinthe Union. -John from the Geology Club came to talk about a trip that the club will be taking. This will get the students involved. Steve--Do you get money from SA now? John--Nowedo not. Matt--Will you be getting money for next year? John--Nowewill not. Kevin J.--Do you have a constitution? John--No,wehave to get people involved first before we putina constitution. -KB then introduced Jodi who talked about the special orders billonthe transfer of money for the Community Services. Two staff members aren't going to get paid for the services that they do. They were budgeted for 24 weeks instead of 33 weeks. This money will compensate for the mistake. -KB then askedifitwas ok with the Senate if they held Senate at 6:30 next

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week instead of at 6:15. He then made appointments to the Executive Board. Both appointments was accepted by the Senate. Hope Adams--Director of Finance Rebecca Coleman--Executive Assistant to the President He then introduced the legislative agenda thathead Ben would be following this up coming year. There is a lack of involvement. They will try to get more people involved with the Association. They want to getanevent planning guide together.Hethen reminded the Senatetokeep the depleting Fund Balance in mind when Budget appeals cometothem. Matt--Why don't we just put the money back right now? KB--If we did this we would havetostop spending right now. -KB then encouraged people to sign up for the Open House Table for the Association.BenBryan: -He gave the procedural committee leeway ifhegets out of order. He then talked about Miss-A-Meal.Heintroduced Marcy Drake who came to talk about the Special Olympics. This is a good cause and the money will be going back to the campus because the money willbeusedtobuy things for the volunteers. She hopes for the Senates approval. -BB then talked about the Make A Wish Foundation, who could not be here tonight. They asked himtohand out a pamphlet telling them all about the organization. Pete--There are only two groups. Why don't we just split the money right down the middle. Give them both 50%. There was a objection. -He likes what Make A Wish does. They let little kids get their dreams to come true. Hope--Were these the only two who asked for the money? BB--Yes they were. Victor--75% to Special Olympics and 25% to Make A Wish. "'this motion failed Victor--Special Olympics isonthis campus. We have been funding for this for the past few years. Susan--40% to Make A Wish and 60% to Special Olympics "'this motion passed -BB then informed the Senate that the NTSU sent their thanks for the help with their Easter Egg Hunt.Finance Report:Account #914--$1602 Account #915--$3342.40 Account #916--$2080Task Groups: There werenoTask Group Reports. _._-_._-----_._-----

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New Business:Bill #80--Funds for Geology Club Workshop&Hiking TripSubmitted by:Jon Krawiec, Geology Club Sponsored by: Chad JohannsenSpecialOrders:Bill #81--Transfer for Community ServicesSubmitted by:JodiL.Koenig, Director of Community Services Sponsored by:Matt Labovich, Chris Ahearn Matt--Transfer of funds. Makes since. Victor--Will this harm Big Brother/ Big Sisterinany way? Jodi--No it will not. Chris--Really straight forward. Rob--Call to question. there wasanobjection. Steve--Have they been paid in the past? Jodi-They are paid for only 10 hrs. a week. They get $3.25anhour. They are only paid for 24 weeks. This effects a lot of people. Steve--It is important that the Senate understands that we are giving them a raise by giving them this money. Call to question. Special Orders Bill#81passes 23-0.Old Business:Bill#ll--Rol!Cal! VotingSubmitted by:Charlie Wing, Onondaga Hall Senator Sponsored by:Vietor Augustus, Chris Ahearn *there was amotion to waive the reading of the bill Victor--Supports the bill. Chris A.--Good idea. Supportsit.Matt--Don't support it because it couldbecalled at any time. There isnoneed forit.Don't agree withit.Chris--Agrees with what Matt is saying. This is not necessary. Susan-Thinks it is necessary so that the constituents willbeable to know what the votes were. Steve--Agrees with Matt. The bill is not specific. Does it want all votes counted for? Pete--On paperitlooks good. does not support it.Itwill only give more work for Tina. Matt--People who are interested already know what is going on. Chris Avis--Senators have enough responsibilities ..> Garrick--Is notinfavor of this bill. They can watch it on tvifthey are interested. Tim--Likes the idea of the responsibility. Results could be putinthe paper. Kevin--Call to question *Roll Call Kevin Gottlieb--No Garrick Smith--No Chris Ahearn--No Laurie Crannel--No Shirley Toussaint--No Steve Amato--No Victor Augustus--No Je-nean Bigelow--No Susan Borrow--Yes Matt Labovich--No Pete Morrison--No Cesar Murillo--No Joanne Smith--No Tim Stack--Yes

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... ,...RobWilliams--No Kristie Zappie--No Christian Avis--No Chad Johannsen--No Karin Manchester--Yes Charlie Wing--Yes Dave Fowler--No Darcy Ballard--No Chris Giunta--No JZ Holcomb--No Dwight Hood--No Bill #77 fails 22-3Bill #79--CreationofDepartmentofDiversitySubmitted by:Kevin Burns, President of SA and Ben Bryan, Vice President of SA Sponsored by:Shirley Toussaint, Rob Williams Susan Borrow *there was a motion to waive the reading of the bill, there wasanobjection **Victor and Matt withdrew their sponsorship of this bill** Shirley--Urges the Senate to pass this bill. The directors are needed. Rob--Represents the way that the Executives wanttodo business. Susan--Has a lot of diversity. Kevin J.--YieldedtoEdwin-Good attempttogive attention to the groups. Does not know if this is a stepinthe right direction. Send thisto a committee. Kevin J.--Thisisa unique situation. We all want diversity. Minorities have become the majorities. Senate saw a need for the directors that they established. The groups were being oppressed. Thisisa step backwards. Chris A.--Are we talking diversity or oppression? Does diversity mean oppression? Victor--Oppression because there is a lack of understanding. Susan--Why are therenomembers of the ALANA groupsonthe diversity committees? **POINT OF ORDER: Keeponthe topic of the bill.** Kevin J.--As the Director of ALANAhesitsonthe Auxiliary Board of Directors,hehas to gotoall the ALANA groups meetingstosee what they are doing. Chris A.--Point of Information-Is this about the bill or about ALANA? Kevin J.--Speaking about the partonthe bill that pertains to ALANA. Don't get confused by the word diversity. Victor--Made a friendly amendmenttowithdraw directors #1,2,5 from the bill. There wasanobjection.Hethen yielded to Edwin-Take away all the salaries of the directors .Usethis funding for programming. Some form of standards need tobetaken. Table this. Matt--He withdrew his sponsorship for this bill because of the money aspect of the bill. Thisisnot going to go anywhere until people make some compromises. Steve--Agrees with Matt. Diversityisa personal thing. Just don't call the title director, if it does not get paid. Dwight-The intention of the bill was good. Thisisa step backwards. KB--This bill was created because the Executive Board wouldbe20members strong.IfSenate wantstofund all the directors then doitbut the budgetisvery tight right now. Senate will havetomake the decisions.Itisintheir hands. Chad--Everyoneonthis list shouldbeonthis list. Decide next week where the money will come from. Dean Wass.--Does the bill ask for money? KB--The bill sets up the department and gives the money form the existing directorstothe department. Kevin G.--Which directors wouldbeabolished and reformed under this group? KB-The present directors of ALANA, Bi-GALA, Greeks, and Women Issues.

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> Chris A.--Don'tbeconfused. This bill gives the executives the type of cabinet they want to deal with. Rob--This represents the way that they wishto do business. They will have meetings every week. Respect the Executive Board. Susan--Don't see thisasa money issue. Put a cap on the amount of moneythat canbespent. Agrees with Rob. Tim--We need all of these positions.Wemay find the money to pay them later. The money is a secondary issue. Dean Wass.--Themajority of the money nowisspentonthe wages for the student services. This will only add toit.Isthe idea of volunteering gone? Shirley--Call to question, there wasanobjection. Steve--Don't think anyofthe directors shouldbepaid. Why should these. KB--The idea was to debate the merit of the positions not the money aspect. Steve-oWe want all of these positions. This does come down to the money. Matt-This is the same thing as the PPB issue of how the money would be spent once itisinthe pool. Kevin J.--Moneyisvery important. Equity is what is being missed. This is taking a step backwards. The job becomes less.itis a matter of fairness. Make everyone the same. Move towardsanagreement. Rob--This is the way that they want to do things. Supports the bill, vote asis.Susan--Positionsiswhatisimportant. Kevin G.--Supports existence of the positions. More information has come out, table this. Chris A.--Motion to table, there wasanobjection. Tim--Call to question, there wasanobjection. Matt--Lower the salaries of all the directors to $400 and let the account stay at $1000. **There was a motion for a5 minute recess** **There was a motion to reconvene** Matt--Made a friendly amendmenttothe bill: Bill #79--Creation of Department of Multi-interest --(the firstbeit enacted clause was changed)Beit enactedbythe Student Association Senate at the State University of New York CollegeatOswego that the Department of Multi-interestbecreatedinthe Executive Branch. --(the second clause was changed)Beitfurther enacted that this department will contain the following positions and each willbestipend $400: --(the third clause was changed)Beitfurther enacted that these alterations will take effect after the passage of the 1994-1995 Budget. **There was a motion to lower quorum to 20, it passes Call to question Bill #79 passes 25-0AnnouncementsandPublic Comment:Kevin B.--Needs people for the Presidents Committee on Human Diversity. This body deserves a round of applause. Chris A.--Motion to adjourn The 27th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was adjournedat7:50.

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STATE UNlVERSJIY OF NEW YORKCOlLEGEAT OSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 28th Meeting13April 1994AGENDA1.Call to Order 2. Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.Executive Reports Kevin Burns Ben Bryan 6. Finance Report Hope Adams 7. Task Groups Report8.New Business Bill #82, Bill #83, Bill #84, Bill #85, Bill #86, Resolution #22 9. Old Business Bill #80 10. Announcements and Public Comments 11. Adjournment

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STATE UNIVERSllYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewin Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 28th Meeting13 April 1994MINUTESThe 28th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to orderat6:35. Roll was taken with26senators present and 8 senators absent. The agenda was approved after Kevin and Hope's reports were moved after the Task Groups reports. The minutes were approved withnochanges.ExecutiveReport:Ben Bryan:-Named his executive assistant, who was appointed withnoobjections. -Reminded the Senate that Miss-A-Meal isonApril21st,1994.TaskGroups:Long Range Planning:Matt--They are still workingonthe "NoRedPolicy".Procedural:Rob-They are still workingonthe election law.Ifanyone wantstojoi n the task group just let him know.College/ Community Relations:Barry--They are workingona letter to go out. There will be more information next week.OldBusiness:Bill #80--Funds for Geology Club Workshop&Hiking TripSubmitted by: Jon Krawiec, Geology Club

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Sponsored by: Chad Johannssen Chad--He dropped his sponsorship because they do not have a constitution plus the trip was canceled. They will back next year though. Matt--Call to question. Bill #80 fails 0-26-0NewBusiness:Bill #82--Funds for "CelebrationofTeaching"Submitted by: Kappa DeltaPiSponsored by: Chris Ahearn, Dwight HoodBill #83--RevocationofSpeaking SeatsSubmitted by: MatthewA.Labovich, President Pro Tem of the SA Senate Sponsored by: Chad Johannssen, Barry Whitmore, Chris AhearnBill#84--Yielding PowerSubmitted by: MatthewA.Labovich, President Pro Tem of the SA Senate Sponsored by: Rob Williams, Chris AhearnBill #86--Funds for GSA EventSubmitted by: CSA Sponsored by: Dwight Hood -Resolution #22--Emergency Fire ReliefSubmitted by: Jessica Pepe, Director of Special Projects Sponsored by: Chad Johannssen Chad--We did this once before. Let's help this person. Matt--Great that they are coming to us for help, but there are more people on the outside that will be able to help more than we will be able to help. We are just a small body of people. Chris Ahearn--Knows how the person feels. Urges everyone to help. Rob--Motion to change the resolution from resolution #18 to resolution #22. Call to question Motion for acclimation.ExecutiveReport(can't).Kevin Burns:-He apologized for the meeting beingsounorganized.Hethen introduced Jessica Pepe who talked about the resolution that they just voted on. She gave a little background informationonthe situation. She then talked about the Heidi Allan search that was going on. She handed out a sheetsothat the Senators could sign up to helpinthe search. -He then reappointed Jessicatothe Director of Special Projects. There werenoobjections. -He then talked about the budget alterations that needed to be done, andhewent over a memo that was given to all of the Senators. -------------

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Finance Report:**All of the accounts are the same as last week** *There was a motion for a recess for20minutessothat they were allowed to lookatthe Budget. *20 minutes later they reconvened Hope--Be very pickyonthe budget appeals. Ask a lot of questions of the groups that are cominginfront of you.Budget Appeals Results:Men's Rugby--Maintained at $266 for equipment/uniforms (vote--21-2-0)PPBConcerts--Maintainedat$40,000 for professional services (vote--23-0-0)PPBAdministrative--Maintainedat$350 for office supplies (vote--22-0-0)PPBCinevisions--Maintained at $15,000 for professional services (vote--23-0-0) Oswegonian--Maintainedat$500 for office supplies (vote--16-7-0) -Were givenanextra $300 for graphics staff (vote--18-5-0) Jewish Student Union--Were givenanextra $500 (vote-20-4-0) Latin Student Union--Maintainedat$13,500 for lectures (vote--24-0-0) Legal Aid--Maintainedat$300 for operations and advertising (vote--22-0-2)NonTraditional Student Union--Maintainedat$2410 for programs (vote--13-12-0) Finance Department--Were givenanextra $500 for Mackin Playgroup (vote--23-1-0) History--Were givenanextra $100 Equestrian Team--Transferred $213 from meals/lodging to transportation (passes) -Maintainedat$1350 for entry fees/tolls WNYO--Maintainedat$1000 for maintenance (vote--16-4-0) --Maintained at 0 for concerts (vote--18-2-0) --Maintainedat$100 for music (vote--12-8-0) --Were givenanextra $500 for promotions (vote--16-4-0) --Were givenanextra $375 for journals (vote--20-1-0) --Were givenanextra $115 for convention (vote--14-4-0) --Transferred $300 outofproductions to telephone (passes) **The Fund Balance was leftat$17,897.55 to add with the existing one of $107,000.NewBusiness(con't):Bill #85--Student Association BudgetSubmitted by: Hope Adams, Director of Finance,-Sponsored by: Kevin Gottlieb, Matt Labovich

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AnnouncementsandPublic Comment:Motion to adjourn. The 28th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was adjournedat11:30.

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STATE UVWERSflYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OS\VEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Assodation State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 29th Meeting 20 April 1994AGENDAI.Call to Order 2. Roll Call3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes 5. Executive Reports Kevin Bums ._>-, Ben Bryan6.Finance Report Hope Adams 7. Task Groups Report8.New Business Bill #88, Bill #89 9. Special Orders Bill #87 10. Old Business Bill #82, Bill #83, Bill #84, Bill #85, Bill #86II.Announcements and Public Comments 12. Adjournment

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STATEUNIVERSnYOF NE\V YORKCOLLEGEAT OSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 29th Meeting 20 April 1994MINUTESThe 29th meeting of the 29th Legislative Session was called to order at 6:35. Roll was taken with29senators present and 7 senators absent. The agenda was approved after Bill #88 and Bill #89 was putonSpecial Orders. The minutes were approved withnochanges.Executive RepQrt:Kevin Burns:--Wished Cesar a Happy Birthday.Hewas hereonhis birthday doing his duties. --He then introduced Paul Roodin, the Associate Provost, who came to explain the problems which occurred with registration this year. Pass the word around so that the process of getting a new schedule goesbysmoothly. --He then introduced Andy who came to talk about bill #87. Then Karen from NYPIRG talkedabout the Hunger Clean-Up.Shethanked everyone for their support. April 25th-29th is NYPIRG Earth Week. There willbea Spring Campus Clean-Up, all are welcome to come. --He then asked Mark Nahorney to talk about bill #88 and what Campus Lifeisall about. He didn't understand the bill at first. Hope--Point of Clarification-The bill wantstotake $5000 from Hot Times and put it into one of the Senate accounts. --Mark-wants themtolook more to the campus for their programs. Norman Lee then talkedonthe issue. Hope--Point of Information-The money s budgeted, who helps spend it?

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,Norman--There are students who help plus we do surveys to find out whatpeople want tobeseeing. There is a problem throughout this campus with students not going to programs. We need to train and orientate them. Chad--PointofInformation-Is account 945 one of the PPB accounts? Hope--945 has nothing to do with PPB. Kevin G.--Are they against the bill. --KB just wanted them to explain the bill. This should have come to Hope before this was written. He then talked about the budget.BenBryan:--Talked about the letter fromAJand how sorryhewas thathecould notbeat the meeting tonight. He then read a letter from him about the asbestos testing that was conducted nothe9th floor of Funnelle. --He then introduced Stephen from the LEAD center who came to talk about the fire victim who lost everything. There is a fund so that they can get some things to him. All the money that they collect will go into one check so that they could present him with one check. --There willbea meetingonMay 4th.Itwillbethe 1stmeeting of the 30th Legislative Session. If you want to be an off-campus senator talk to him.FinanceReport:**AII of the accounts are the same as last week** Account #914--$1602 Account #915--$3342.40 Account #916--$2080 Hope--Has some concerns about Bill #88 and 89.TaskGroups:There were noreports!SpecialOrders:Bill #87--Funds for MDAVanRentalSubmittedby:Andy Starr, MDA Lockup Coordinator Sponsoredby:Chad Johannsen Chad--Faternity pays the SAfee.Thisisa good idea. Chris Ahearn--How much doesitcost for the van? BB-$.40 a mile. Chris Ahearn--How far are they driving? BB--We would only pay upto$100 and they would pay the rest ofit.Kevin G.--Important cause. Steve--Calltoquestion Bill #87 passes 29-0-0Bill #88--Budget Addendum Fair FinancingSubmittedby:Robert Williams Sponsoredby:Edwin Enciso Edwin--Thisisdealing with a difficult situation.Itwas supposetobe reevaluated after

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.' -) a year and has come time to doit.Brian--Support this based on its merits. Sen. Williams want to keep a good level in the fix assets. Supportit.Chris Ahearn--Does not like this at all. The department of finance was not notified about this at all. This makes no sense. This not the way that things should be done. Chad--No one knew about the bill. Won't vote forit.Seems like they are ramming this downourthroats. Table this. KB--This is cutting student programming. Keep in mind we are putting this money into an account to buy things. Chris B.--Call to question, There was an objection. This looks like political bull. Notinsupport of this. Steve--Made a friendly amendment so that the money would go into the fund balance. Kevin G.--How much would go into the account? Hope--$15,OOO. Edwin--No one else came up with a plan of action Brian--Not trying to pick on Hot Times.Thisisthe place to take the money from. Kevin G.--Call to question. Bill#88fails 13-15-0 Bill #89--Budget Addendum DefundingofDirt Day Submitted by: AnthonyL.Maravi Sponsored by: Brian Quail, Susan Borrow, Edwin Enciso Brian--Supports this bill for the same reasons why he supported the previous bill. Edwin-This is yet another attempt to get the money. Susan--This is a waste of money. Matt--Disagrees. Sees this as a money making opportunity. Steve--Thisisone of the most successful events. People plan on this. Chad--Never heard bad things about Dirt Day. Feels he is getting ramshakled. Hope--Not in support of this. Graduating seniors look forward to this. Brian--Additional cuts need to be done. Table the budget till next week. Chris B.--Call to question Bill #89 fails 5-21-2 Chris and Pete abstained because there was not enough information.OldBusiness:Bill #82--Funds for "CelebrationofTeaching" Submitted by: Kappa DeltaPiSponsored by: Chris Ahearn, Dwight Hood Chris Ahearn--He removed his sponsorship from the bill. Chad--Made a friendly amendment to reduce the amount to $250. Matt--PointOfInformation-What is account #917? Hope--It does not have any moneyinit.Kevin G.--Made a friendly amendment to change account #917 to account #915. Chris Ahearn--Call to questionBiII#82 passes 20-6-0 ---"---'----------------------'

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Bill #83--RevocationofSpeaking SeatsSubmitted by: MatthewA.Labovich, President Pro Tem of theSASenate Sponsored by: Chad Johannssen, Barry Whitmore, Chris Ahearn Chris Ahearn--Getting carried away. There just as many Executive Board seats as there are senators. They can be yielded to. Chad--Senators have a better connection with the students. Let's passit.Barry--Pretty simple, senators job to speak. Passit.Matt--Never agreed with itinthe first place. There will be no problem being yielded to. Steve--Agrees with all that has been said. This bill protects the senators. Kevin J.--Step back taking away the speaking seats. Chris B.--Call to question. There was an objection Supports the bill. Kevin G.--Not sure if this is necessary. Todd--Don't take the seats from the directors. Jessica--There is little communication between the two branches. The needs to be a forum where they can meet. BQ--Preferences his vote on Kevin's decision on the bill. KB--It is the senates decision. Susan--Everyone has a right torunfor an office. Get the groups out to run. Rachel--There are alternatives. If the person is out of order then someone should tell them. This is not necessary. Victor--It is good for them to have speaking seats. The senators should be aware of who the directors are. Less communication if this is passed. Kevin G.--This will push them away if thisispassed. Chris B.--Call to question Bill#83passes 22-7-0Bill#84--YieldingPowerSubmitted by: Matthew A. Labovich, President Pro Tem of theSASenate Sponsored by: Rob Williams, Chris Ahearn **This bill was withdrawn by the submitter**Bill #85--Student Association BudgetSubmitted by: Hope Adams, Director of Finance Sponsored by: Kevin Gottlieb, Matt Labovich Matt--Amendments are comingup.This is not an overnight thing. Edwin--Passing this will be breaking the law. Table this. Matt--What law willwebe breaking? BQ--Bill 54 of Murphy Leg. Todd--What happens if this is tabled? Hope--It must be voted on next week. Chris--Motiontotable the bill. There is an objection Movetotable--this move failsWeneed to take a long hard look at the budget. *There was a motion for a recess for 20 minutes until the Director of Finance and Pres. Burns could return with more information on the Budget. .-_._----_.---------------

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,.-, *20 minutes later they reconvened KB--This has been six years in the making. The students should not have to pay for the problems of the past administrations. Kevin G.--Is the budget taking into account the deficit? Hope--We don'tknowwhat the deficitisuntil the end of the year. Kevin G.--Is there an estimate? Hope--They are working on it. Kevin G.--If we have a deficit is it bad to pass the budget the way that it is? Hope--It has been like this in the past. Matt--We are trying to fixit.Table this. Kevin G.--There is more communication needed. Can money form the enfranchisement be used here? BQ--Is this the first year that we have been out of compliance? Hope-Yesitis. BQ--Hedidnot leave a budgethethought would harm SA. Suggest that $25,000 be transferred into the fund balance. Edwin--Made an amendment that $25,000 come from the enfranchisement to go into the fund balance.Amendmentpasses 19-8-0 Chris Ahearn--How will this effect the numbers? BB--Total appropriationsgodown by $25,00andnetgoesupby $25,000. KB--An amendment needs to be made to make sure that this bill supersedes bill 48. Senate can always revisit the budget if it wishes. Chad--Made the amendment to make this bill supersede the other one, bill 48. Pete--Call to question Bill#85passes 22-3-2 Joanne abstained because she didn't understand the ramifications. Marianne abstained because she hadn't seen the figures.Bill #86--Funds forGSAEventSubmitted by:CSASponsored by: Dwight Hood Chris Ahearn--Friendly amendment at the 5th whereas. Urged the next senator to putinthe accounts. Tim--Hopes some one motions to keep the money here. Likes the principles of the issue though. Garrick--Urges someone to lower the $1000 mark. Jack--When is this happening? Chad-Thesamedayas Springfest, April 30th. Kevin G.--Friendly amendment to take out "Victor" from the bill. Urges them togoto hall councils and ask for money. Kevin J.--Don't lower the amount because their is not enough time togoto the hall councils. Barry--Friendly amendment to add the account numbers to the bill. Give them the full amount. Edwin--Let's trust the groups to get the money out.

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Cesar--Move to question--Passes Bill #86 fails 12-14-0 Megan--Motion to reconsider RollCall: Edwin Enciso--yes Kevin Gottlieb--yes Garrick Smith--yes Chris Ahearn--yes Laurie Crannell--yes Kevin Valenchis--no Steve Amato--no Victor Augustus--yes Susan Borrow--no Matt Labovich--noPete Morrison--no Cesar Murillo--yes Joanne Smith--noTim Stack--no Brian Quail--no Kristie Zappie--yes Chris Avis--yes Barry Whitmore--yes Charlie Wing--yes Chad Johannsen--no Karin Manchester--no Todd Bullock--yes Dave Fowler--no Darcy Ballard--yes Chris Giunta--no Jack Wagner--yes Megan Daly--yes Marianne Pampuch--no passes 15-13-0 Todd--Move to end debate. Passes 21-7-0 Charlie--Roll Call Edwin Enciso--yes Kevin Gottlieb--yes Garrick Smith--yes Chris Ahearn--yes Laurie Crannell--yes

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KevinValenchis--yesSteveAmato--noVictorAugustus--yesSusanBorrow--noMattLabovich--noPeteMorrison--no Cesar Murillo--yes Joanne Smith--noTimStack--noBrianQuail--noKristieZappie--yesChrisAvis--yesBarryWhitmore--yesChadJohannsen--noKarinManchester--no Charlie Wing--yesToddBullock--yesDaveFowler--noDarcyBallard--yesChrisGiunta--no Jack Wagner--no Megan Daly--yes Marianne Pampuch--no Bi"#86passes 15-13-0AnnouncementsandPublic Comment:Matt--AIIwedidwasputaband-aidovertheissueofthebudget.Chris Ahearn--Foundthewholethingtobeunprofessional. Don'tbringpersonalattackshere.BB--Thehardestpartisover.Thingsshouldbemoresmoother.Senate shouldbethestrongpartofthegovernment. Senatorsareneeded.KevinG.--More communicationisneeded.KB--Heapologizesforloosinghiscooltonight.Madeanappointment thatheforgottododuringhisreport.Chris ffislty istheDirectorofCorporateDevelopment.Todd--Motiontoadjourn.The29thmeetingofthe29thLegislativeSessionwasadjournedat10:22.

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STATE UNIVERSrTY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994AGENDA1.CalltoOrder 2. Roll Call3.MomentofSilenceinHonorofFomler President Nixon 4. ApprovalofAgenda 5. ApprovalofMinutes 6. Executive Reports Kevin Burns Ben Bryan 7. Finance Report Hope Adams8.Task Groups Report 9. New Business Bills #90 -# 100!! Resolutions #23 #28 10. Announcemenrs and Public Comments 11. Adjournment

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ST.4TE UNIVERSrIY OF NEw' YORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewin Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 29th Meeting27 April 1994MINUTESThe 30th and last meeting of the 29th LegislativeSession was called to order at 6:34. Roll was taken with 25 senators present and 9 senators absent. The agenda was approved after Bill was put on Special Orders. The minutes were approved withnochanges.ExecutiveReport:Kevin Burns:--Thanked everyone for being here during the long meetings. He then introduced Liz from NYPIRG who talked about Earth Week, Campus Clean Up, and Governor Cuomo's budget.Hethen introduced Tracy from Cinevisions who came to talk about Bill #100 which was about a transfer of funds. Chris Ahearn--What put them into the red? Tracy-The programming was wrong. --After thisKBthen introduced the auditor, Rick Murphy, who went through the management report. Budgeting has been a problem for years. The audit report is very detailed. There should be contracts with the employees. There have been abuses of accounts. Matt--What do you mean by abuses? Rick--Once the person was taken out who overlookedinhouse and out house accounts, money was being taken out and being abused. People were singing things who shouldn't have been. BB--How does the Centro debt fit into all of this? Rick--Centro, this year, just decided to send SA a bill for the services that they were

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providing. There isnocommunication between out going and in coming administrations. Susan--If there is no contract for the processor, why do we have to keephim? Rick-There is a contract butnoone seems to have a copy of it Susan-The processor doesn't have a copy of it? Rick--SA should have a copy ofit.Brian is gone andnocontract has been handed over. Matt--Is it better togoback to the way things were? Rick--There needs to be internal controls over the organization. --KB informed the Senate thathewould keep them informed of what was going on.BenBryan:--He introduced Tim Stack who came to talk about Bill #91. There is a love for the flag and it shouldbeinthe senate meetings at all times. --Mark was then introduced to come and talk about Bill #90. The transmitter isonthe same level as the elevator lifterinCulkin Hall. They are being damaged up there and something needs tobedone about them. Matt--I thought that you were coming up with a five year plan? Mark--The plan will be here next year. Matt--Why wasn't this brought up as a budget appeal? Mark--We need this done over the summer so that we could be functional next year. Garrick--Will the same amount of maintenance be needed for this bigger fan? Mark--It wouldn't have tobecleaned as often. Chris Ahearn--Will this affect the maintenance account for next year? Mark--No, we don't see why it would. Chris Ahearn--Is this a business necessity? Mark--Yes it is. Steve--Have you thought about moving it? Mark-That would have tobebrought up with our advisor. Hope--Have you gotten estimates for the transmitter? Mar!<--Our advisor said that it would not be more than $500. BB--The best place to move the transmitter isonthe top of Snygg. Charlie--Is there anythinginthe budget to cover the transmitter? Mark--No, there isn't. Motion to end discussion --This is the last meeting of the 29th Legislation. Next weeks meeting will be the first of the 30th.FinanceReport:Director of Finance: Hope Adams-Account #914--$1602 Account #915--$1992.40 Account #916--$2080

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.. ..Task Groups: There were no reports!-NewBusiness:Bill #90--WNYOFundsfor Transmitter Upgrade Submittedby:Mark Hrywna, General Manager Elect Sponsoredby:KevinGottlieb,ShirleyToussaint, ChrisAhearn,Cesar Murillo"'Therewasa motiontowaivethereadingofthebill.Bill #92--RevocationofBudget Parameters Submittedby:BenBryan,PresidentofStudentAssociationSenateSponsoredby:ChrisBrodtBill #93--NonTraditional Students' Rotating SeatSubmittedby:MatthewA.Labovich,PresidentProTemoftheSenateSponsoredby:ChrisAhearn,SteveAmato,SusanBorrow"'Therewasamotiontowaivethereadingof thebill.Bill #94--Budget Deadline Submitted by:MatthewA.Labovich,PresidentProTemof theSenateSponsored by:ChrisAhearn,JZHolcomb,Shirley Toussaint,PeteMorrison, ToddBullock,Jack Wagner Bill #95--AddendumtoBill#54Submitted by:StephenAmato,OffCampusSenatorSponsoredby:MattLabovich,CesarMurilloBill #96--Constitutional AmendmenttoArticleI, Section VIIISubsection 3Submittedby:StephenAmato,OffCampus Senator Sponsored by:MattLabovich,CesarMurilloBill#97--Secretaries Day-ThankYouSubmittedby:EdwinM.EncisoSponsored by:SteveAmato,CesarMurillo,SusanBorrow Bill #98--SA Fee StructureSubmittedby:ExecutiveBranchSponsored by:Chad Johannsen,SteveAmato Bill #99--CreationofDirector ofALANASubmitted by:ALANALeagueSponsored by:Cesar Murillo Bill #100-TransferWithinPPB Submittedby:HopeAdams,Director ofFinanceandStacyMahany,PPBDirector Sponsored by:ChrisAhearn

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Resolution #23--SecretariesDaySubmittedby:ExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:ChrisAhearn,JZHolcombChrisAheam--Healwaysseethemworkinghard.Thisistheleastthatwecoulddo.JZ--Theyhavealwaysbeenwillingtohelp.Matt--Theydoa greatjob.Theydeserveanaward.Steve--CalltoquestionMotionforacclimationResolution#23passesbyacclimationResolution #24--Senior Senator AppreciationSubmittedby:BenBryan,PresidentoftheSASenateSponsoredby:MattLabovich,ChadJohannsenMatt--AIIofthemhavedonea greatjob.Saysthanks.Chad--Stevehelpedhimoutthefirstday.Herecognizesthemfortheir dedication. Todd--YieldedtoRebecca-Shebenefitedfromtheirknowledge.Thankedthemall.--Thanksforallthehardwork.ChrisAhearn--Madea friendlyamendmentforthespellingofthenames.Wishedthemallthebest.CalltoquestionMotionforacclimationResolution#24passesbyacclimationResolution#25--Thank You MatthewA.LabovichSubmittedby:BenBryan,PresidentoftheSASenateSponsoredby:JZHolcomb,ChadJohannsen,PeteMorrison,KristieZappieJZ--Heisaverypowerfulforceinthebody.Chad--Keptusonourpath.Thanksforallofthehelp.Steve--Agreeswithhimonmanythings.Hewillbemissed.Heisveryvocalandgoodtohangoutwith.Kristie--He deserves SenatorEmeritusStatus.Pete--Sethimstraightrightoffthebat.Hehelpedhimalot.Todd--YieldedtoRebecca-Mattisthe"Senator God"Hewillbemissed.--Helookeduptohim.Heknowswhatheisdoing.Thanksforallthehardwork.ChrisAhearn--Thanksforentertaininghim.Willbemissed.Rolemodelfor presentandfutureSenators.CalltoquestionMotionforacclimationResolution#25passesbyacclimationResolution#26--Thank You Alice NantinaAgeeSubmittedby:BenBryan,PresidentoftheSASenateSponsoredby:ChrisAhearn,ToddBullock,GarrickSmith,SteveAmato**Nominutesweretakenbecauseclerkwashearingallthenicewordssaidabouther!

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CalltoquestionMotionforacclimationResolution#26passesbyacclimationResolution #27--Supreme GratitudeSubmittedby:EdwinM.EncisoSponsoredby:ChadJohannsen,MattLabovichChad--Wantedtosponsorsomethingwhichhad"rumpshaker"init.Matt--Doareallygoodjob.Deservesgratitude.ChrisAheam--GoDarryl!ChrisB.--YieldedtoEd--Respectedhim.Hopesheisgivenanacclimation.Barry--CalltoquestionMotionforacclimationResolution#27passesbyacclimationResolution#28--ToHonor Gerard SerlinSubmittedby:EdwinM.EncisoSponsoredby:MattLabovichMatt--Reallynewposition.Hesetaprecedent.Hedid areallygood job.Steve--Madeafriendlyamendmenttochange"enactedto"to"beitresolved".He's agoodman.ChrisB.--YieldedtoEd--Heestablished astrongstandard.Jack--CalltoquestionMotionforacclimationResolution#28passesbyacclimationSpecialQrders:Bill #91--Showingofthe United StatesandNewYork FlagsSubmittedby:TheNonTraditionalStudentUnionSponsoredby:GarrickSmith,ToddBullock,ChrisAvis,ChrisAhearn,SteveAmato,JZHolcomb,CesarMurilloTodd--Agreeswiththesubmitters.Showsunity.Goodidea.Garrick--Greatidea.Agreeswiththebill.Steve--Reallylikestheidea.Goodtoseesomeonestepforwardandwritethebill.'-Cesar--Agreeswiththebill.JZ--Theflagsshouldbepresent.ChrisAheam--Flagsaresymbols.Goodidea.ChrisAvis--Hopesflagsgetinhereassoonaspossible. .) Matt--YieldstoKevinJ.-Muststandforconstituents.PuttingflagupwouldbetellingtheNativeAmericansthattheydon'tcareaboutthem.HewillnotbUdgefrohisstance.Willgotothehillsandfightforthis.--Thisshouldhavegonethehallcouncilsfirst.Nowpeoplewillnotknow.TheSAflagshouldalsobeputup.Barry--Motiontotablethebill,therewasanobjection--Movetotablethebill,passesBill#91was tabled 14-9-0.. .......

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AnnouncementsandPuPlic Comment:Rachel--Wanted tosaybyetoMatt.Heisconcise.GladtoseeTinaback.Workedwithher for 2years.Wishedthembothluck.Ifanyonewantstraining fortheWomenCenterstopbyandshewillbegladtotrainthem.Matt--Thankedeveryoneforthenicewordsthatwassaidabouthim.Butonamoreseriousnote,peoplekeepmessingupandthenewgroupsthatarecominginhavetodealwiththeproblemsthattheonesbehindthemhaveleft.Lastyearcannotbea scapegoat foralltheproblemsthataregoingon.Thesenatorsinthis houseIeamedalotquickly.Theydoalotandthey didanamazingjob.Hewillbebacknextyeartoseehowtheyaredoing.ChrisAheam--NeverforgetMattforhelpinghimmakethedecisiononwhether ornottocomebacktoschoolthissemester.Hehadaveryimportantimpactonhislife.Kristie--Didnotreallygetachancetovoiceheropinionbecausesheisveryquietbutshelearned alot.KevinJ.--Congratulatedthegraduates.Thenonaseriousnote,whatisgoingoninthesenateisaninjustice.OnceagaintheybailoutWNYObuttheywillnotbailoutanALANAgroup.Thegospelchoirdidnotevengettheconsiderationthatthey justgot.Hewasupset thattherewasonlyonepersonwhosponsoredthebillthatheputforth.Therewillbeanuprageifthisbillfails.Wearebeingoppressed.Whenhesays thewordoppressedpeopleturntheirheads.Heisstandingonmoralgroundsandhewilldieonmoralgrounds.BB--Itisthesenatesresponsibilitytobailoutgroupswhoneedthem.Itisuptothesenatorsandtheirconstituentswhether agroupgetsbailedoutornot.Todd--Keviniswrongwhenhesaysthateveryoneturnstheirheadswhenhesaysoppressed.ItisnotthecasethateveryoneturnsagainsttheALANAgroups.Ifhisconstituentsfeelitisimportantthenheisthereforthem.ChrisB.--YieldstoEd-ThereisnodoubtthatKevinisright.ALANAgroupisupset.Helpdealwiththemisunderstanding.--Makeyourpresencefeltatthehallcouncils.Susan--ShehasproblemswithwhatKevinsaid.Shejoined senate becauseshewantedtomaketheschoola betterplace.Theyareheretovoteontheprinciples ofissues.Cesar--HeagreeswithwhatKevinsaid.Peoplehavetogetoffoftheirbuttsandrunforoffice.Filluptheseats.ChrisAheam--Motiontoadjourn.The30thandlastmeetingofthe29thLegislativeSessionwasadjournedat8:40.**Memo from Senate ClerkAliceN.Agee(a.k.a Tina): I wanttothankyouallforallofthenicewordsthatwassaidaboutme.Oneofthethings ImissedthemostwhileIwashomelastsemesterwasthisbody.Youalldidanexcellent job this yearandIamsurethatyouwilldoanevenbetter jobnextyear.Onceagainthankyou.

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lUI:: 1 b: HALL &MUI{PHY NU. 31boJ(3H3UP. HALL AND MURPHY CBRTlJlIIIDPUBUCAeaoUNTANTSR0811RT D. HAI.l.R1CWAAD T. MURPHYJUCHARD D. DaTTOR April 26. 1994Student Association Hewitt Union Oswego. NY 13125 Attention: Hope&KevinDearHopeand Kevin: 31S03'1-3150!'laX:US830Taa30P.O.BOX43S561BASTOBl'fPBB5T1'lUT PAYBT'I'BVll.US. MSSWYOR.K Per your requestofApril 25, I am forwarding copiesof previouslyw:rittcncorrespondence betweenmyselfand the officers oftheStudent Association. The firstletter dated March 24, 1993, was in regard tothechangingof checkcashing.Trody had asked myopinion onthe plans and costs andthiswasmy reply. On June 10, ImetwithTrudy, Niclc. Cyndi, Dean Wassenaurand Brian inregard to the complete disruption ofthe Student Association internal controls and finance departmentpEU'SOnnel. Atthattime,Itold Brian the changesbeing contemplated would haveanadverse effect on the financial statements whichmight require my issuin& a qualified opinion. The JuneBleuer was Brian'sreply. The September 4 letter was myreplytoBrian. I met during the summer andfallon several occasions withNickand Cyndi regarding issues which were holdinguptheauditOn a majorityofthese occasions. Briandidnothave the timetomeetwithus. Specifically, theitems under discussion were: 1) The Centro Liabilityand related amountduethe S.A. from Auxiliary Services. 2) The impactofmy negotiations with the I.R.S. regarding aliabilityfor back taxes, penalty and interesttotaling approximately $50,000.3)The abuses taking place during the current yearin regard tothe lack of internal controls and diR:ction in thefinance department.4)Theimpactofthe "subsequent event" (Le.,the lack offinancial checks and balances during the 1993/94 year)inrelationtothefinancial statements for the June30, 1993fiscalyear.

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APR-26-94rUE15:49HALL & MURPHY FAX NO.3156373830P.03HALL ANO MURPHY CBftTtPUIDpUBUCACCOUNTANTS Student Association April26,1994Page 2Itwasthe above items which caused metodeJayuntil December10. 1993, the issuanceofmyopinion reprd.ing the financialstatements. Please refer to mymanagement letter of the same date for moredetails. Ifyouhaveanyquestions, please donot hesitate tocall. Sincerely.Richard T.Murphy IIfJ RTM/apEne. SO!.Jo.lsgul.

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APR-26-94rUE15:51HALL & MURPHYFAXNO.3156373830 HAliLAm)MURPHY0IarJ'nI"DIIDPU.,wc,ACCOUA'lTA;'CT8.0l'BJt'l'D.&ALI.1UCILUtDT.Mt1JUl'IIYarc:BAIt1)Do.:a.rroltMr. BrianQuail,PresidentStudentAssociation 211 HewittUnionOswego,NewYork 13126 DearBrian, .3JGt8G7>tIJOlJ'AXS181f\G74830September 4,1993Inregardtoyourlette.rconcerning "subsequent events,"thedefinitionofa subsequent event for aUditingpurposesisas tollows: IIEvents whichoccurredafterthedateof.thefinancialstatement-whichwererevealedpriorto closinq the aUdit, andarematerialandwould have an onthefinancial statements, orwhichweresigniticantandunusual'" should bedisclosed."Inthis regard, Ibelievethat aretwoareasthatmust be intheauditreport.First, is therestructuringofthefinancialchecksandbalancesthat have inuseformanyyears.Ibelievethat pending your final decisioninthismatter,the changesbeing contemplatedmayhaveamaterial onthefinancialstatements and! amreqUiredtodisclosethis.Secondly, and atthemoment moreimportantisthe"situationwithCentro. There willbeasignificantimpactonthefinancial inthis regard pendingmydiscussionwiththe SA's attorneyabout the estimatedfinaloutcomeothisnegotiatiqns.Ifyouhaveanyquestionsorconcerns please giveme a call.I plan onconductingtheauditbeginningonSeptember17andendingapproximatelYonSeptember25 with the final report being issuedonSeptember29. Sincer(!ly, RichardT. Murphy

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P,GS211H.wlttUnion Oswego, New York (3115)341-3601 HALL& MURPHY TUDENT SSOCIATIONAPR-26-94TUE15:50(1992..1993) To: StudentAssociationAuditorFr:nrlanQuail ReI Meeting01June10. 1993bu June 11. 199j 1 wtJutd8Pt'rt!claleitit you ""QuIdexpress in \vrlUbgyour concerns vts ..a-vls the Associationandthe"subsequentevents"whichyouperceivetobecoming. ItIsttitlcal thata written tecord bemadeofyour concertls Ifwearetoproperly cottsldel" themas the Association goes about its decision.maklng. 11Yould retnlttdyou. again, thatI am theExecutlveauthority wlthhlthe Association,andthatIalone a11t chargedwith execuUng thebudget.ItisformetoInterpretthe Senate'sIntentInregardtobUdgetnneusage.OurresearchshowsaconsiderabledegreeofprecedentInthis'area, which we willremaininkeeping with as we proceed.Thank you.dr.tor taklhl thetimeto expressyourself'ODthese is$ues.

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APR-26-94TUE15:50HALL &MUt{PHYt'flX NU. ::51boj ( jCljUHALLAND MURPHY C1iRTlPIBDPUlIl.lCACCOUNTAnTS31.83.,!'ex3 I. 837'-sa:soI\OaeRT D. HALl.RICHARD ,.. MUI\PHYRICHARD D. DRTTOR P.o. 80X561EW\STOIlNIISBIISTRllIITPAYBTTaVIl.UI.NSWVORl( 1 :S08.March24,1.993 0_'studentAssociationHewittUnionOsweqo, NYAttention:Trudy Perkins Directorof Finance'. "j..... '. ... ... -.v... .,.J: waspleased tohearthat theStudent Association looking foradditional methods to improveoperatingRegarding ourdiscussionconoerninq movinqthe check cashinq andduplicationservices downstairs, Ihave the following observations:Dea.r Trudy:.-0"..'. . .. -. r'. ,....0,.0 ..... -. '....0 '. 1)3) 4) Thespaceinthelobbywhiohis going to be convertedtocheckcashinq,duplication.', and Cindy's officewill haveto be toallow theproper and working spacefor the equipment,desks, cashdrawers,copyinqmaChine,andworkarea.Also,unlessyouplan on suppliasupstairs,youwill space for storaThe remodeling, Ibelieve,will costatleast two threetimesthe $10,000figurewhichwe disqUssed as the currentspacewill need to be doubledtoaccommodatethe chanqesand still haveasecure area for checkcaehing. ..rwouldalso besurethat firemarshallhasno withtheamount of peoplethatwillbecrowdinq doqr,area inthelobby.AnotherproblemWhichyoushouldbeawareofistiming.Constructionprojects",historicallYtakemuchlongerthanoriqinallycontemplated. Considerinqthat youwishthe changes to be in effect bythebeqinningof.:.\. --------

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HfiLL&nUltt'HYrfiK NU. jIboj(jtljUt',UbHALL ANDMURPHY CBRTlPJIID PUBUC "CCOUNTANTS '" next sohoo1 year,the permits andbiddinqprocessfor constructionshould bestarteda1most immediately.5)Finally,I wou1d suggest thattheaCCQSS tochackcIlsh1nq shoUldgothroughCindy'soffica and areato limitoutsideaccess andkeep checkcashing secure.Bestofluckwiththenewventure.If:t canbeofanyfurther' assistance,pleasedo not tocontactme. Sincerely, .... '.".., Richard T.Murphy B!J!J!i./ap ...--------------------

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ANDMURPHYCERTIFIEDPUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS ROBERTD. HALL RICHARDT. MURPHY RICHARDD.DETTORDecember10,1993315637-3150Fax315637-3830P.O.BOX +<13 551 EASTGENESEE STREET FA YETTEVILLE.NEWYORK13066 ;;10", studentSenateStudentAssociationOswego,NewYorkWehaveexaminedthefinancialstatementsoftheStudentAssociationfortheyearendedJune30,1993,andhaveissuedourreportthereondatedDecember10,1993.Aspart of.. ourexamination,wemadeastudyandevaluationoftheAssociation'ssystemofinternalaccountingcontroltotheextentweconsiderednecessarytoevaluatethesystemasrequiredbygenerallyacceptedaUditingstandards.Thepurposeofourstudyandevaluationwastodeterminethenature,timing,andextentoftheaUditingproceduresnecessaryforexpressinganopinionontheAssociation'sfinancialstatements.Inconnectionwiththisstudy,wenotedcertainitemswhichwewishtobringtoyourattention.WehavepreviouslydiscussedtheseitemswithresponsibleemployeesoftheAssociationandtheyarepresentedbelowforyourconsideration.InternalControlsDuringouraudititwasnotedthattheStudentAssociationPresidenthasdecidedtoremovetheaccountingfunctionsfrom"in-house"toan"outsideservice"inconjunctionwitheliminatingthebookkeeper'sposition.Weadvisedagainstthischangesinceallofthechecksandbalanceswhichhadbeendevelopedovertheyearshadnotbeenintegratedwiththenewsystemwhichwouldleadtoabuse.Duringouraudititcametoourattentionthatwithinthefirstfewmonthsofitsnewoperations,abuseshadalreadytakenplace.Werecommendthatregardlessofwhoprocessestheaccountingdata,apermanent"controller"positionshouldbecreated.ThispermanentpositionwouldworkwiththeDirectorofFinanceeachyeartogivesomecontinuityofoperationsfromadministrationtoadministration.OutsideService ProcessorAlso,itwasnotedduringourauditthatthe"outsideservice"hiredtoprocessaccountingdatahasalreadyrequestedthattheAssociationchangetheirfiscalyearandtheirbankstomatchthoseofthe"outsideservice."Thesechangeswouldneverberequestedbyatrue"outsideservice" who isinbusinesstoserveitsclients.Itappearsthatthe"outsideservice"isattemptingtoarrangetheStudentAssociation'sfinancestomatchtheirowninanefforttoconsolidatebothpartiesinthefuture. ---_..._.._-_._---------

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HALLANDMURPHYCERTIPIEDPUBLIC "CCOUNT"NTS studentSenateStudentAssociationFags2December10,1993BUdgeting we againnotethatamorerealisticapproachtobUdgetingoftheincomeandexpendituresmusttakeplace.ItemsthatconsistentlyhaveahighcostcannotbebUdgetedatunrealisticallylowlevels.Also,incomelineitemsforvariousorganizationsmustalsoberealistic.WedidnotethatthepresentadministrationhasmadeatremendousefforttorequireorganizationswithincomeandexpenselinestoshowrealincomebeforeallowingcompleteexpenditureoftheirallottedbUdget.AdditionalItemWerecommendthatallpermanentemployeesoftheStudentAssociationhavecontractswhichspecificallystatetheirdutiesandresponsibilitiesaswellas-periodicperformanceappraisals.Thiswilleliminatepersonnelproblemswhicharisewhenadministrationschangefromyeartoyear.Specifically,aproblemarosethisyearwhensomestaffmembersafter17yearsofservicetotheAssociationwereinformedthattheirpositionswerebeingeliminatedbecauseofarestruoturing.Althoughnoemployeesweredismissed,somestaffmemberswereforcedtoacceptjobchangesandpayreductions,orrisklosingtheiremployment.Noneofourcommentsshouldbeconsideredareflectiononthehonestyorintegrityofanyindividual,butratherasacommentaryoftheeffectivenessoftheinternalcontrolandaccountingsystem.Weappreciatetheopportunitytopresentthesecommentsandrecommendationsforyourconsideration,andarepreparedtodiscussthesefurtherifyousodesire.Wewishtothankallofthepersonnelofthebusinessofficefortheirfullandcompletecooperationduringouraudit.Verytrulyyours,HALLAN.D 'Pf3'5 By:RichardT. -----_._........... _-----------------

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 1st Meeting 14 April 1993A r,} 0I b h \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Bill #1ExecutiveBranchMembers Attend MeetingsWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENA 1E ACTION Passed 20Y 14NOAthe Student Association Executive Branch members have duties and responsibilties that differ greatly from thoseofthe Student Association Senators, and becauseoftheir different responsibilities, Executive Branch members are often privy to information that is not generally available to the Legislative Branchofthe Senate, and the purposeofthe Student Association Senate meeting is the exchangeofinformation and ideas, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that all Executive Branch members be strongly encouraged to attend weekly Senate meetings, except when other Student Association business requires them to be elsewhere. Ben Bonney and James RodgersA.David Marquis Brian Quail, SA President DA 1E PRESENlEDTO PRESIDENT December 9, 1993 Date Signed by President-------------------------------------------

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession1stMeeting14April1993Bill 112 AT ,) 0I 8 b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,theeffectivedisseminationofinformationtooffcampusstudentshaslongbeenaconcernoftheStudentAssociation;andoff-campussenatorshavenoforumtopresentinformationandsenatebusinesstotheirconstituents;andon-campussenatorshavethedutytoreportweeklytotheirhallcouncils,adutythatoff-campussenatorsdonot have, therefore:BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatoff-campussenatorsberequiredtospendatleastonehourperweekintheStudentAssociationComplex.Beitfurtherenactedtha.tthese"officehours"bepostedoutsidetheofficechambers,andthatthesenatorsbeencouragedtointeractwiththeirconstituentsandworkonarticlesfor"Feedback"duringthattime.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONOSRED BY:BenjaminBonneyandJamesRodgersA.DavidMarquis,J.Z.HolcombSENATEACTIONPassedGeneralConsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril23,1993BrianQuail,SAPresident

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession1stMeeting14April1993A r,).... 0i {)b \Bill/f3211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,thecommitmentoftheSolidStateJazzEnsembleandtheStateSingers(bothSAfundedorganizations)continuestogrowasrepresentativesofSUNYOswego;andthesegroups are showcasedatstudent,departmental,alumni,administrativeandcommunityeventsthatoccuronandoffcampus,andtheSolidStateJazzEnsembleandStateSingerspresentovertwenty-fiveperformanceseachyear,withanestimatedtotalaudienceofalmost10,000;andsomeoftheseperformancesincludeCommencementEveTorchlightceremonies,ParentsWeekend,OpenHouse,annualfallandspringconcers,Off-CampusAssociationandNon-TraditionalStudentUnionfunctions,FacultyAssemblyandAdministrationconferences,plustoursinvolvingstate-wideAlumniAssociationgatheringsinwhichtheentiregroupperforms,andthegroupsarealsocalledupontoappearatspecialreceptionsandluncheonsinwhichsmallvocaland/orinstrumental"combos"perform;andtheexpancingdemands,particularlyinlightofthenowbi_.annualoutdoorTo rchIightCeremonies,necessitategreatertechnicalrequirementsthatcanbeaccomplishedwiththecurrentsoundsystem;andthesoundsystemisamixofMusicDepartmentandStudentAssociationfundedequipment,someofwhichisnowthirtyyearsoldandcannotmeettheneedsofthegroupsinthefuture;and

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Page2Billlf3WHEREAS,theSolidStateJazzEnsembleandtheStateSingersare"ambassadors"forourinstitutionwherevertheyperformandtheneedtoassesstheabilitytodeliveraprofessionalproductbecomesimportantasitreflectsontheoverallqualityatourcollege;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheamountof$500betransferredfromAcct.If917toAcct.11916and$2400betranserredfrom Acct.11916toAcct.If646forthepurchaseofspeakersunderthefollowingbreakdown:2Speakers,model#JBLSR-4732N@$1200ea.$2400SUBMITTEDBY:TheSolidStateJazzEnsembleandtheStateSingersSPONSOREDBY:MarcBeck,ChrisFriskey,EdEnciso,MylesSeidenfrau SENATEACTIONPassedl7Y3NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril Q3,1993

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession1stMeeting14April1993Bill114211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601 .. WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSORED BY:theSUNYOswegoFourthAnnualSpecialOlympicsSwimMeetisbeingheldApril24from10:00am-5:00pminLakerHall:andapproximately157specialathletesandcoachesaretravelingfromatleast12differentcountiesinNewYorkStatetoattendthisevent:andapproximately200volunteersfromCommunityServicesGreekorganizations,honorsocieties,andUAAwillbeparticipating;andthiseventhasbeenplannedsinceearlyOctober1992andover100hoursofcombinedworkandefforthasbeenputtowardmakingitpossible:andtheeventwillbecoveredbyawidebaseofmediaincludingParagonCable,105.5StarRadio,ThePalladiumTimes,andThePostStandard;andthiseventhasreceivedfundinganddonationsfromresidencehalls,NationalSpecialOlympics,PhiSigmasorority,BurgerKing,andNYPizzeriabutisstillinneedoffundingforfoodandmaterialsforthespecialathletesandvolunteers,andSpecialOlympicsdidnotreceivetheanticipatedamountoffundsthatisneededfromtheMissA-Mealprofits;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$595betransferredfromAcct. #915 toAcct.11789(CommunityServicesEvents).KarinDeStefano,DirectorofCommunityServicesA.DavidMarquis,EdEnciso,BenjaminBonney

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jTUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUnviersityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession1stMeeting14April1993Bill#5211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,theStudentAssociationBudgetCouncilandtheStudentAssociationSenateofthe28thLegislativeSessionhavecompletedthebudgetaryandappealsprocessestoformulatethebudgetallocationsforthefiscalyear1993-94,andabillfortheacceptanceofthetotalallocationswhichtheSenateofthe28thLegislativeSessionhasrecommendedmustbepassedintheformofabottomlinenetallocationfigure,andinordertosupportthisnetallocationfigureaminimalincreaseof$3.00persemesterwillberequiredbringingthetotalSAfeetoatotalof$126.00peracademicyear,anditisthedutyoftheLegislativeBranchoftheStudentAssociationtopassanappropriationslevelforthenextfiscalyear,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothattheappropriationsforfiscalyear1993-94beasfollows:TotalAppropriationsIncomefromOrganizationsNetAppropriation$1,010,228.75$230,350.00$746,251.31BeitfurtherenactedthattheStudentAssociationfeefortheacademicyear1993-94besetat$63.00persemester.

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... SSOCIATIONBill#5Page2211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315)341-3601SUBMITTED BY:SPONSOREDBY:TrudyE.Perkins,DirectorofFinanceLysreneGrandison,BenBonney,TimFerlitoMarcBeck --SENATEACTIONPassed18Y IN1ADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril23,1993

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity at OswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession1stMeeting14April1993Bill116211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601WHEREAS, in ordertofulfillthepromisesmadeduringtheelectioncampaign,thecurrentExecutivesfeelalterationstotheBloom-Josephbudgetmustbemade;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateof the StateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthebudgetalterationsdescribedintheattachedplanbeimplemented,andthatthetotalSA Fee increaseebe$4.50.BeitfurtherenactedthattheDirectorofFinancewillmakeaccountlistingsappropriateforthenewbudgetitemsandchangecurrentaccountlistingsasneeded.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONOSRED BY: TheExecutiveBranchEdEnciso,BenBonney,MelissaVincent SENATE ACTIONPassed16Y3NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril23,1993

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211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(3151341-3601A T,) 0I f'd) \SSOCIATION TUDENT StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate29thLegislativeSession1stMeeting14April1993Bill117WHEREAS,theStudentAssociationisadynamicorganizationwhichmustfacemanychallengesandmeetmanyneeds; and WHEREAS,thecurrentadministrativestructureoftheAssociationfallsshortoftheneedsoftheAssociation;andWHEREAS,changingtheadministrativestructureoftheExecutiveBranchisrequired;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthefollowingpositionsbeaddedtotheExecutiveBranch:StaffDirectorDirectorsofSpecialProjects(2)DirectorofMarketingandStudentServicesDirectorofCorporateDevelopment(inplaceofDirectorofStudentActivities)DirectorofGreekAffairsDirectorofOffCampusHousingBeitfurtherenactedthatthejobdescriptionsandquailificationswhichfollowbeapproved.SUBMITTEDBY: SPONSOREDBY:TheExecutiveBranchBenBonney,A.DavidMarquis-SENATEACTIONPassed15Y IN1ADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril15,1993President



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 March 1994 .()18b\211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Bill #72 DirectorofChallenged Student IssuesWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Association has been made awareofthe difficulty facing Association members who use wheelchairs when moving throughout campus in the February 17, 1994Oswegonian,and 120 students are self proclaimed as having disabilities (approximately half have learning disabilities and the remaining half have physical disabilities); andoureducational effort is lackinginthe amountofprogramming that helps our student body better understand specially challenged people and their contributions to humanity, and The Student Association has made positions within the executive, such as the DirectorofBi-GALA Issues, to increase the understandingofcertain populations that require special attention; and these students are without a club or other permanent student advocate to remind our communityofthe concernsofspecially challenged students, and there are two DirectorsofSpecial Projects, therefore: Be it enactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that as Dana Dago-Clarkleaves the position as the DirectorofSpecial Projects her title and responsibilities be changed to the DirectorofChallenged Student Issues, with the samesalary.SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Dan Preston, EdwinM.Enciso Susan Borrow, Chris Ahearn, Dwight Hood, Chad Johannsen SENATE ACTION Failed 3Y 24NOA

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BTUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University CollegeAtOswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 March 1994 ,A.T18b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SPECIAL ORDERSBill#73Funds for Cycling Clubthe constitution states that oneofthe purposesofthe Student Association is to promote programsofsocial activity; and the appreciationofcycling by Association members is apparent in the triplingofCycling Club membershipto60 in its second semester; and the Cycling Club is holding a off-road race to be held April 16; and this invitational program can not only bring athletes from other colleges and universities for an exciting event for the Association, but it can also give our good school greater recognition, and the Cycling Club has already purchased a $1,000,000.00, one time, race insurance policy for this event, therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $500 be allocated from account #915 (Contingency) to account #985 (Cycling Club) for prizestoattract competitors. Monies collected from the $17 dollar registration fee will be usedto reimburse to an income line to be created.SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENA TE ACTION Passed 30YONOAThe Cycling Club, Edwin M. Enciso Rob Williams, Chris Ahearn, Kevin Gottlieb DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch17,1994

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,.SSOCfATfONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 March 1994A T I 8 b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) 341-3601 SPECIAL ORDERS Bill #74 CreationofDirectorofNon-Traditional Student IssuesWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Association has madepositions within the executive, such as the DirectorofBi-GALA Issues, to increase the understandingofcertain populations that require special attention; and the Student Association has a populationof2691 Non-Traditional Students, and there is a need for us to increase the amountofcommunication and cooperation between traditional and non-traditional students; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the positionofDirectorofNon Traditional Students be created and the sumof$600 be allocated from Acct. #915 toanaccount tobecreated for the paymentofa stipend for the 1994-95 fiscal year.SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Failed 8Y 17N1ANTSU, Edwin M. Enciso Barry Whitmore, Dwight Hood

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-, SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 March 1994AT <.: 0 ,)i.) t!b \211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-3601Bill#75Fundsfor NTSUEasterEggHunt .. Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, the Non-Traditional Student Union intendstohold a Easter Egg Hunt for the childrenofstudents and membersofthe community; and this event is not a partofthe Non-Traditional Student Union's regularly funded repertoire, and the potentialofthis event to foster good college-community relations is high; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the $100.00 be transferred from the contingency account 915 to account 690, Non Traditional Programming.SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENA TE ACTION Passed 23Y 4NOABrian Quail Susan Borrow, Joanne Smith, Pete Morrison Brian Quail, SA President DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT March 24, 1994 Date Signedby Piesiden t

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211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341 A r(. ,). 0 18b \SSOCIATION Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 25th Meeting 16 March 1994Bill #76Funds for CSA Income LineWhereas, the Caribbean Student Association has a $1,000.00 Income Line; and Whereas, becauseofan uncaught structural error in the way the Student Association Budgetisset up this Income Line was not broughttothe attentionofthe Caribbean Student Association; and Whereas, the Caribbean Student Association doe not have the capacity to make a $1,000 Income line (whichisequal to nearly 1/3oftheir total overall budget); therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $800 be allocated from the Senate's contingency account to an account to be detennined to defray mostofthis income line. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Brian Quail Rebecca Coleman, Steve Amato SENATE ACTION Passed 27YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT March 24, 1994 Date Signed by PrJsident

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STATEUVNERSllYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 23 March 1994Bill #77Roll Call VotingWHEREAS, WHEREAS, SUBMITfED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACfIONFailed 3Y 22NOAin Student Association Senate meetings there seems tobeconfusion when votes are taken on issues brought forward to the legislative body; and all senators shouldbeheld accountable to their constituents; therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that all votes taken be conducted by a roll call vote and all votesberegistered so that constituents can be made awareofhow their elected representatives voted on any and all issues brought forward. Charlie Wing, Onondaga Hall Senator Chris Brodt, Victor Augustus, Todd Bullock, Chris Ahearn, Rob Williams

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SSOCIATIONStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 23 March 1994SPECIALORDERSBill#78SAElectionResults211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315) Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the followingbeaccepted as the resultsofthe 1994-95 Student Association All-Campus Elections: SA President Kevin Burns (794 votes) SA Vice President Ben Bryan (519 votes) Off-Campus Senators Clark Morrison (55 votes) Susan Borrow (72 votes) Chris Victorino(l05votes) Dave George,Jr.(91votes) On-Campus Senators Riggs Todd Bullock (70 votes) Seneca Jack Wagner (56 votes) Chris Guinto (48 votes) SUBMITTED BY: The Elections Committee SPONSORED BY: Steve Amato, Rob Williams SENATE ACTION Passed 30YONOADA TE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT March 17, 1994 Date Signedby

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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 29thLegislative Session 26th Meeting 23 March 1994Bill #79CreationofDepartmentofMulti-InterestsWhereas, Whereas, tight fiscal times and growthinthe numberofstipend positions in the Executive Branch has put a strain on the resourcesofthe Student Association, and Many positions that have been created in the Executive Branch without the necessary resourcestoeffectively advocate for their constituents, therefore Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York CollegeatOswego that the DepartmentofMulti-Interests be created in the Executive Branch. Be it further enacted that this department will contain the following positions and all will be stipended $400.1.DirectorofALANA Affairs 2. DirectorofGay, Lesbian and Bisexual Affairs 3. DirectorofNon-Traditional Student Issues 4. DirectorofGreek Affairs 5. DirectorofWomen's Issues6.Director of Challenged Student Issues These positions will be responsible for the duties included in the accompanyingjobdescriptions. Be it further enacted that these alterations will take effect after passageofthe 1994-95 budget Be it finally enacted that this bill supersedes all previous legislation on these positions. SUBMITTED BY: Kevin Burns,S.A.President Elect and Ben Bryan,S.A.Vice President Elect SPONSORED BY: Shirley Toussaint, Rob Williams, Rebecca Coleman, Victor Augustus, Matt Labovich, Susan Borrow

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& ,f\ rTUDENT SSOCIATIONDirector Of Gay, Lesbian andBi-Sexual Affairs1.To actasa liaison between BiGala and the Student Association211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-36012.To advocate understanding of their constituents in the Executive Branch and the Senate.3.Time commitment 10-15 hours a week dependingonlevel of dedications.

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SSOCIATIONDirectorofNon-TraditionalStudentsAffairs211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131261315)341-3601 .--1.ToactasaliaisonofficerbetweentheNTSUandthePresidentoftheStudentAssociation.2.TobringissuesthatconcerntheNTSUtotheExecutiveBranchandtheSenate3.Timecommitment10-15hoursperweekdependingonthelevelofdedication

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! SSOCIATIONDirector of Challenged Students Issues211HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126(315)341-36011.To inform the President ofS.A.and the Senate of the needs of these Students.2.TorepresentS.A.inthese issues with departmentsoncampus._. 3.Time commitment dependingonlevel of dedication

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STATE[JNIVERSflYOFNEWYORK COllEGE ATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislati ve Session 28th Meeting 6 April 1994 Bill #80Funds for Geology Club Workshop&HikingTripWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Geology Club has provided a forum for interaction between students and the faculty in Geology (both majors and non-majors) through field trips and social functions; and these events help to foster a greater understanding andappreciation for the Earth Sciences among a broad cross sectionofthe student body; and the Geology Club will provideanopportunity for all studentsofSUNY Oswego to take partinlearning the basicsoforienteering (reading and practical useoftopographical mapsinmountainous terrain) and geologic field techniques;and $200isneeded for students to attend ths program; therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the costof$200 for students to attend this program be transferred from Acct. #915 toanaccount to be established with the funds tobeused as follows:SUBMlITEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION FailedOY29NOATransportation Lodging Food Equipment Jon Krawiec, Geology Club Chad Johannsen $180.0080.00120.00 19.95

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STATE UNJVERSllY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 27th Meeting 6 April 1994Bill #81Transfer for CommunityServicesWHEREAS, the Adopt-a-Grandparent coordinator and the PR Director are not abletobe paid due to lackoffundsfor the remaining four weeksofthe academic; and WHEREAS, Community Services would like to transfer $300.00 from Acct. #793 to Acct. #787; and WHEREAS, the employees at Community Services deserve to be paid for their hard work. As it is, they often work more hours than they are paid for. Their work is valuable and essential in ordertofinish out a successful year; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumof$300.00betransferred from Acct. #793 (Big Brother/Big Sister)toAcct. #787 (Community Services Payroll). SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 23YONOAJodiL.Koenig, DirectorofCommunity Services Matt La1x>vich, Chris Ahearn __Kevin Burns, S'A PreSIdent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT April 7, 1994 Date Signed by Presl ent

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ST.4TEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 28th Meeting13April 1994Bill #82 Funds for "CelebrationofTeaching"WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,fifteen percentofOswego'sstudent body are enrolled in the SchoolofEducation; and the Education Department and Kappa Delta Pi, Honorary Education Society, have organized a "CelebrationofTeaching" event tobeheld May 5, 1994, 9:30 2:00 in Hewitt Union; and this event will bringinapproximately 300 high school students from Syracuse, Rochester, and Oswego County toOswego'scampus; and this "CelebrationofTeaching" event will serve to stimulate minority secondary students' interests in college, promote OswegoState'sSchoolofEducation, and illustrate the Student Association's commi tment to higher education and excellence; and Senate unanimously approved fundingofthis function last year; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the Student Association fund two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) from Acct. #915 to help defray the costsofthis event. This will also ensure that the Student Association remains on the Honor RollofDonors. SUBMITTED BY: Kappa DeltaPiSPONSORED BY: Dwight Hood SENATEACfIONPassed 20Y 6NOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 22 April 1994 Kevin Burns, SA President y I l=,:L / __Date Signed by

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STATE UNIVERSIlYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 28th Meeting13April 1994Bill#83 Revocation of SpeakingSeats WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,the Student Association Senateisthe forum for legislative discussion; and all senators earn the privilegeofhaving Speaking Seats through election by constituents; and the ability to distinguish between Senators and Executive Board members has become obstructed; and Executive Board members can alwaysbeyielded to; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that all Executive Board Speaking Seatsberevoked with the exceptionofthe SA President, Vice President and the DirectorofFinance from this point forth. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACfIONPassed 22Y 7NOAMatthewA.Labovich, President Pro TernofSA Senate Chris Ahearn, Chad Johannsen, Barry Whitmore DA TE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 22 April 1994

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ST.47EUWVERSrTYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEAT OS\VEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 28th Meeting 13 April 1994Bill#84Yielding PowerWHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,Executive Board members have been given the power to speak on their expertise, above thatofa senator; and using the Speaking Seat to yield to outside influencesisa misuseofthe original intentionsof"Executive Speaking Seats"; and pennissiontospeakinthe legislative forum should be achieved though a senator's permission; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that people with Executive Board Speaking Seats will no longer have the ability to yield their seat to outside interests. Be it further enacted that all executives will adhere to this policy with the exceptionofthe President and Vice President during their Executive Reports.SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Withdrawn MatthewA.Labovich, President ProTemofthe SA Senate Rob Williams, Chris Ahearn

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SUTEUNIVERSrTY OF NE\'(1 YORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 28th Meeting 13 April 1994 WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Bill #85 Student Association Budgetthe Student Association Budget Council and the Student Association Senateofthe 29th Legislative Session have completed the budgetary and appeals processess to foumulate the budget allocations for the fiscal year 1994-95; and a bill for the acceptanceofthe total allocations which the Senateofthe 29th Legislative Session has recommended mustbepassed in the formofa bottom line net allocation figure; and in order to support this net allocation figure a minimal increaseof$I.50per semester willberequired bringing the totalSAfee to $132.00peracademic year ($66.00 per semester) for undergraduate full-time students; and in concurrence with Bill #19ofthe 29th Legislative Session, part-time undergraduate and graduate students nowpayan SA fee; and it is the dutyofthe Legislative Branchofthe Student Association to pass an apporpriations level for the next fiscal year; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the appropriations for fiscal year 1994-95beas follows: Total Appropriations Income from Net Appropriation$1,100,452.45153,050.00 $ 947,402.45 Beitfurther enacted that the fee for the academic year 1994-95 be set at $66.00persemester for full-time undergraduate students, part-time undergraduate students will pay $4.40percredit hour, undergraduate students taking12creditsorover willpay$66.00 and graduate students will pay $4.40percredit hour not to exceed $66.00.

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Bill #85 Beitfurther enacted that this bill supercedes Bill #48ofthe 29th Legislative Session. SUBMITTED BY: Hope Adams, DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: Kevin Gottlieb, Matt Labovich Page 2 SENATE ACTION Passed 22Y3N2ADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT11May 1994

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SUrEUNIVERSrTY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 28th Meeting 13 April 1994Bill#86FundsforCSAEventWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the CSA has always provided outstanding community service to the SUNY Oswego campus and the community at large; and the organization has always spent their money prudently, and as a result won an award presented by the LEAD Center for accomplishing the most with the least funds; and this organization should be praised for their accomplishments andbeencouraged; and the CSA is co-sponsoring and event with Zeta Phi Beta, Omega Delta Phi, and ALANA; and the event is which will be held April 30 from 8:00pm to 8:00am isopen to all with a $5.00 donation; and all donations and proceeds will be donatedtothe hurricane victimsinthe southeast and to Christopher Becke; and the CSA needs $1000 to provide live entertainment. The radio station, WNYO, led the investigation which proposed a bill tofixthe problem, i.e. tickets and reform; therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $1000 be transferred from Acct. #915 to Acct. #940. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: CSA Dwight Hood SENATEACTIONPassed 15Y13NOADATEPRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 22 April 1994

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STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSW'EGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 29th Legislation Session 29th Meeting 20 April 1994SPECIALORDERSBill #87Fundsfor MDA Van RentalWhereas, Whereas, Whereas, Whereas, Alpha Epsilon Pi is sponsoring their 3rd annual "Muscular Dystrophy Association Lockup" on April 26, 1994; and the event consistsof"arresting" local people from the communityfor one hour and asking that they solicit donations for the M.D.A.; and the theme for this year's lockupis"Back to College" and the event willbeheld at Hewitt Union; and Alpha Epsilon Pi would appreciate the useofthe Student Association van for the day at no charge; therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the sumofnot more than $100.00betransferred from account#915 to account#231(Van Income) to pay for the van rental.SUBMITfEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATEACfIONPassed 29YONOAAndy Starr, M.D.A. Lockup Coordinator Chad Johanssen Kevin Burns, SA PresidentDATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 22 April 1994 /
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STATEUNIVERSnYOF NE\f1 YORKCOLlEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126(315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 29th Meeting20April 1994SPECIAL ORDERSBill #88BudgetAddendumFairFinancingWHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the most recent PPB cinevisions budget appeal was cut on the groundsofattendance; and the SA should be fair inisfinancial policies; and attendance at Hot Times events does not justify investmentconsidering theSA'sfinancial difficulties; and prudence requires sound investment; and a reduced workload may give Hot Times programmers the opportunity to focus on improvements; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that $5000.00 be taken outofacct #945 for fiscal year 1994-95. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Robert Williams Edwin Enciso SENATE ACTION FailedBYl5NOA

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STAlE UNIVERSffY OF NEW'YORK COLLEGEAT OSW'EGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislation 29th Meeting 20 April 1994SPECIAL ORDERSBill #89Budget Addendum DefundingofDirt DayWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSORED BY: theSAis in a periodofdifficult financial times; and students have Springfest and May Dayasother endofthe year events; and legal complications due to underaged drinking at Dirt Day couldbedangeroustothe SA; and many budget appeals were turned down due toourfinancial woes during budget appeals; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that all the allocation to acct #903 for fiscal year 1994'95betransferredtoacct #916. AnthonyL.Maravi Brian Quail, Susan Borrow, Edwin Enciso SENATE ACTION Failed 5Y 21N 2A

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SUlEUNlVERSllY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewiu Union SUNYOswego, New York 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Bill #90 W.N.Y.O. Funds For Transmitter UpgradeWNYO'scurrent transmitter is in needofa serious upgrade to adequately support the radio station; and WHEREAS, Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the current transmitter needs a larger fan to cool itoffon the 8th floorofCulkin Halltoprevent it from overheating; and the transmitter has already overheated andWNYOwas not transmitting for two days this semester; and WHEREAS, this upgrade is necessary to prevent any further damages to the transmitter and enableWNYOtobeon theairfor the summer and for the beginningofthe fall; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that thesumofthe bill to upgrade the transmitter, not to exceed $500.00, be transferred from account#916to account#596(WNYO Equipment) upon receiving the total bill.SUBMITIEDBY: Mark Hrywna, General Manager Elect SPONSORED BY: Kevin Gottlieb, Shirley Toussaint, Chris Ahearn, Cesar MurilloSENAlEACTION Passed 17Y3NOAKevinBums,SAPresident DAlE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 May 1994 S I I 9Ir),--_ Date Signed 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 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April1994Bill #91 Showingofthe United States and New York State FlagsWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Senate has been set up based on the standards set by the United States; and this campus is located in the StateofNew York; and our National and State flags are already availabletoon campus and can be reserved for display; therefore: Beitenacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the flagsofthe United States and New York State be displayed duringallStudent Association Senate assemblies. SUBMITfED BY: The Non-Traditional Student Union SPONSORED BY: Garrick Smith, Todd Bullock, Chris Avis, Chris Ahearn, Steve Amato, J.Z. Holcomb, Cesar Murrillo SENATE ACTION Sent to Committee 5.30t\\l:L9.C1I)

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STAlE UNlVERSl7YOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnionSUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (15) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting27April1994WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION FailedOYONOABill#92Revocation of BUdget Parameters bill #24ofthe .29th legislationitstipulates that the fee may only Increase by 2.3%dunngthe 1994 Budget Council and the feemaynot increase at all during the 1995 Budget Council;anditis the responsibilityofthe President, as an elected official, to fonnulate a budget with the helpofBudget Council; andpanoffonnulating a budget is determining what the fee will be set attocompensate for all expenditures;and bill#24ina sense ties the President and the BudgetCouncil'shand and only allows Budget council to fonnulate only one halfofthe budget;and it is the Senate's responsibility, as elected officials, to approve the budget with respect to their constituents, therefore:Beitenacted by the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that this bill makes Bill # 24ofthe 29th Legislation null and void and allows the President submit a budget that he/she see fit with regards to the fee and all expenditures.BenBryan, PresidentofStudent Association Senate Chris Brodt

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STAlE UNIVERSrrYOFNEW YORKCOLLEGEAT OSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University CollegeatOswego Senate 29th Legislative Session30thMeeting27April1994WHEREAS,WHEREAS,Bill#92Revocation of Budget Parameters ?Dder bill # 24 ofthe.29thlegislationitstipulates that thefeemay only mcreaseby2.3% dunngthe1994 Budget Council and thefeemay not increase at all during the1995BudgetCouncil;anditistheresponsibilityofthePresident,asanelected official, to fonnulate abudgetwiththehelpofBudget Council;andWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, pan of fonnulating a budget is detennining what thefeewillbeset at to compensate for all expenditures;and bill #24ina sense ties the President and the Budget Council's hand and only allows Budget council to fonnulate only one halfofthe budget;and itistheSenate's responsibility,aselected officials, to approve the budget with respect to their constituents, therefore: Be it enactedbythe Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that thisbillmakes Bill #24ofthe29th Legislation null and void and allowsthePresident submit a budget that he/she see fit with regards to thefeeandall expenditures. SUBMITIEDBY:Ben Bryan, PresidentofStudent Association Senate SPONSOREDBY:Chris Brodt SENATE ACTIONFailedOYONOA ------------------------------

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SUFE UNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association StateUniversity College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Bill #93 NonTraditional Students' Rotating SeatWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the NTSU now has a representativeonthe Executive Board; and no other groups on the Executive board have senate speaking seats; and it is now the dutiesofthe DirectorofNon-Traditional Students to plead for the wishesoftheir constituents; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the rotating seatofthe NTSUberemoved from this point forth. SUBMITTED BY: MatthewA.Labovich, PresidentProTernofthe Senate SPONSORED BY: Chris Ahearn, Steve Amato, Susan Borrow SENATE ACTION Passed 19YONOAKevinBurns, SA President DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 May 1994----Date Signed by President

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STATEUNIVERSnYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperlevelHewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Bill #94 Budget DeadlineWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, there has been a considerable amountofconfusion as to when budgets are due; and submitting budgets beyond the deadline creates problems for the allocationoffunds; and setting a concrete time, annually, when budgets are due will erase all doubtofwhen budget requests are due; and there will no longer be an excuse for not being awareofthe due date even after a clubororganization has a leadership turnover; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that all SA funded clubs and organizations budget requests must be turned in annually, onorbefore the third Friday in the monthofFebruary.SUBMITIEDBY: Matthew Labovich, PresidentProTernofSenate SPONSORED BY: Chris Ahearn, J.Z. Holcomb, Shirley Toussaint, Pete Morrison, Todd Bullock, Jack Wagner SENATE ACTION Passed 18YONOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 May 1994 Kevin Bums, SA President bsm19g Date Signed y Pre ent

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STATEUNIVERSl7YOF NEw' YORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Bill #95 Addendum to Bill #54WHEREAS, WHEREAS, a conflict has recently arisen over the constitutionalityofBill #54 (The Referendum Refonn Act) and its relation to the rightofthe media to editorialize under Article I, Section VII,ofthe constitutionofthe Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego; and in order 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#54does not apply to the media's right to editorialize or publish materials from other sources in accordance with Article I, Section VIII, Subsection 3ofthe Constitutionofthe Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego.SUBMITIEDBY: Stephen Amato, Off-Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: Matt Labovich, Cesar Murillo SENATE ACTION Tabled SAc.;rl0tl.'( ONoA 11>.J:Usll)(N'"'l

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STATE UNIVERSrIYOF NEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Bill #96 Constitutional Amendment to Article I, Section VIII Subsection 3WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Association is ultimately responsible for the actionsofall clubs and organizations that act in its manner; and as representativesofthe student bodyasa whole, the Student Association Senate should be empowered to control the clubs and organizationsitfunds so thatitmay avoid embarrassment and possible legal action that could jeopardize the integrity and stabilityofthe Student Association; and Article I, Section VIII, Subsection 3 prevents the Student Association Senate from protecting itself by not allowing it to take action the it feels is in best interestofthe Association overall; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following constitutional amendment be administered at the earliest All-Campus Election:Doyou the agree with removing the following underlying clause from Article I, Section VIII, Subsection 3ofthe Constitutionofthe Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego. No provision shall be make laworimplemented which the freedomof expression. Media review panels. advisors. boards. and all other censorship apparatishallbe prohWited. nor shall purse controls be used punitively any &rOUP or for reasons tothe oppressionofideasor o.pinion. YesorNoSUBMITTED BY: Stephen Amato, Off-Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: Matt Labovich, Cesar Murillo SENATE ACTION Tabled

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STATEUNIVERSTIYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Bill #97 Secretaries Day Thank YouWHEREAS, Mary Jo Ford and Joan Torres are valuable and praiseworthy membersofthe Student Association professional team, and WHEREAS, there has been an obvious mistake in the disparityofpay percentage increases given to Mary Jo Ford and Joan Torres in comparison to other membersofthe professional team who received an eight percent salary increase, and WHEREAS, the membersofthe Student Association wish to thank all the SA professional employees equally for their hard work, therefore Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the hourly wageofMary Jo Ford and Joan Torres be increased to 7.25/hr for the fiscal yearof1994-1995. SUBMI1TED BY: Edwin M. Enciso SPONSORED BY: Steve Amato, Cesar Murillo, Susan Borrows SENATE ACTION Tabled 15'fONOA le;lA.yy:t In

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STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLIEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Bill#98SAFee StructureWHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Bursar's office is having problems understanding and implementing Bill #19ofthe 29th Legislative Session; and we must make our policy understandable to the people who implement them; therefore:Beit enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the following fee structure for part-time and graduate studentsbeadopted: Undergraduate students will pay $4.40 per credit hour for up to eleven hours; after eleven hours they will pay $66.00persemester. Graduate students will pat $4.40 per credit hour for up to eleven hours; after eleven hours they will pay $66.00persemester. Allowable fee exemptions/reductions will remain as theyare.Be it further enacted this bill will supersede Section CofBill #19ofthe 29th Legislative Session.SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 19YONOAExecutive Branch Chad Johannsen, Steve Amato wry) Kevin Burns, SA PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 May 1994

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STATE UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level HewittUnion.SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session30thMeeting27April 1994Bill #99 CreationofDirectorofALANAWHEREAS,WHEREAS,iftheSUNYOswego Senate truly believes in equality they will see the need for a directorofALANAaffairswhohas a speaking seat and a stipendof$600peryear; and the current positionofDirectorofALANA affairs is misleading and does not serve the true needofthe ALANA population.Whatis needed is a new department, the DepartmentofALANA, autonomousoftheSAExecutive Board. The directorofthe department would be elected by theALANALeague and approvedbythe senate. The responsibilityofthe director is to report to the senate; therefore:Beit enactedbythe Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego that the positionofDirectorofAlANAaffairs will be created and will be given a speaking seat in the senate.Beit further enacted that this position will be pickedbyan electionofthe ALANA League and answerable only to the Senate.Beit further enacted that this position will be compensated$600dollarsfortheir work. SUBMI1TED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Failed 6Y 14NOABeit finally enacted that this bill removes the DirectorofALANAaffairs from Bill#__.AlANALeague Cesar Murillo

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STATE UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLlEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATIONUpper Level Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX(315) 341-2576Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 29th Legislative Session 30th Meeting 27 April 1994Bill #100Transfer Within PPBWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Cinevisions has been providing quality entertainment for the communityofSUNY Oswego for many years; and Cinevisions provides a greatly needed servicetothe studentsofthis campus by showing movie; and the concerts divisionofPPB has agreed to help cinevisions by transferring funds from the Concerts account to the Cinevisions Professional services account; therefore: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNewYork College at Oswego that the sumof$5000 be transferred from Acct. #846 to Acct. #842. SUBMITTED BY: Hope Adams, DirectorofFinance and Stacy Mahany, PPB Director SPONSORED BY: Chris Ahearn ...SENATE ACTION Passed 18YINOADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 6 May 1994I P;\It''N''v Kevin Burns,SAPresident ----------------------------------------