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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession24thMeeting25February1987 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheminutes4.Approvaloftheagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRiveraJudicialreport6.FinancereportJohnDeighan7.Committeereports8.Oldbusiness9.NewbusinessBill#3710.Announcementsandpubliccomment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession23ndMeeting18February1987MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe23rdmeeting of' the22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6: 10pm.Rollwastakenwiththef'ollowingpeopleabsent: Mark Trombley(withproxy),DougRoesch,andFrankKearney(withproxy).MichelleGreenwas sworninasa newsenator.Theminuteswereapprovedwiththe f'ollowing changes:Resolution#15 wasnottabled,themeetingwasadjournedbef'orethatresolutionwasconsidered.Theagendawasapprovedwiththef'ollowingchanges:theorder of' OldBusinessisBill's#35,34,36,Resolution#15.MindyRepleogpickedupsponsorship of' Resolution#15,LisaAdamsBill#35,MichelleGreen#35,BarryShinske#36,PPBConcertswasomitted f'rom submitted f'or Bill#35,thelastWHEREASinBill#35 wasreplacedwith"Ithasbeen determined thatthis f'ee maybeunconstitutional,"andthephrase"...andreplacedwithanoptional f'eeof' $10.00persemester,..." wasomitted f'rom theBeitenacted.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRobWood-Budgetcouncilisconcluded,impressedwiththecormnittee,didagreatjob,itwasinteresting.-Asked f'or morehelponElectionscormnittee.-Passedouta newsenatorsaddresslist. -Jef'f' CraigspokeabouttheproblemsthatPotsdamishavingandintroducedthenewsenateclerk,LynnTriandif'lou.-Variousdocumentsabout arming werepassedout.ElvisRivera-ToldabouttheSAVACambulance unveiling atCulkintomorrow.-SamBergiospokeabouttherevival of' CollegeCouncil.-The readingof' thenarroweddown cormnencementspeakerswillbenextWednesdayat3:30, rm. 220intheUnion .=.About resolution#16,isagainstitasitstands,wouldonlysupportit if' therewerechanges.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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Yuval-spokeaboutcertainlegalproblemsorissues that came upatlastweek'smeeting,mainlywithregardtopointsofinformation.FINANCEREPORTJohnDeighan-Thebudgetiswrappedup,itlookslikethefeewill have toberaised. COMMI'l'I'EE REPORTSElections-metlastThursday,veryfewpeopleshowedup,willmeettomorrowat4: OOpn, stuff has tobedone,thedebatewillbeMarch3rdat8:OOpm in theformallounge.CommunityRelations-willmeetnextweekbeforesenateat 5:30pn. StudentServices-parkingandthetellermachinesiddone,needsinputon what nexttodo,willmeetnextWednesdayat5: OOpn. add/drop-metagainwithacademicpolicies,+/-systemwasvotedonandpassedthecommittee,add/dropwasdebated,thecommitteeseemstobesplit,ismeetingthisfridaytodiscussitfurther.Finance-passedouttheSAAccountanalysis.SenatorsLaPintaandOlsonwithdrewResolution#16.OLDBUSINESSBill#35-passedrules,financesaid that giventhepresentfinancialsituation,recommendationinfornofunding.SenatorMurphysaid that thebillisself-explanatory,PPBwouldorganize,wouldencouragepeopletogetinterested,shouldlookatmore than justthefinancialaspect,thisistherightthingtodo.SenatorAdamssaid that herconstituentsnevercametoherforanythingexceptthis,theywant aconcertofthissort,urgedpassage.SenatorMastriannisaid that thisaIlscorne downtothequestionofprecedence,itisnotaracialissue,budgetcouncilshouldbetheonestobudgetforthis,it has nothingtodowithprejudice,itjustcan'tbefunded.SenatorTriandiflousaid that he has mixedfeelings,minorityenrollment has increasedgreatly,yetitishardtodipintothesurplUSforanon-emergency.SenatorShinskesadi that itisnotaquestionofehticsbutofmoney,thiskindofthingshouldbethroughPPB,wecan'tfundit.JohnDeighansaid that wecan'tfundthingseverytimethereisinterest,hedoessympathizebutRap has onlybecomepopularrecently.SenatorAbbottsaid that she has talkedwithmanypeople,is in supportbutatalesseramount,thoughtittoomuch money.SenatorDragonettisaid that thereisalotofconfusionaboutthis,we'vegotthelowestSAfee(oroneofthelowest),would hate toseeaveryhighfee.SenatorFrenchsaidthathehopesitpasseswithafriendlyamendmenttoreducethecostsomewhat,thiswouldbeonlyalittlebitofmoneytoensureabroadrangeofprogramming.SenatorRepleogwonderedifbands that arecloserinlocationwerecontacted.SenatorKrebsofferedafriendlyamendmentto change the@2700to$1700,andthe$825to#500,itwasaccepted,shewentontosay that itwouldbeagreatinjusticetovotethisdown,thisisnotanemergencybutitisnecessary,itwouldbeastartforthefuture.SenatorHarrisyieldedtoJeffCraigwhosaid that itissimply unfair todenyfundingforthisbecausewe have alreadyspentalotofmoneyoutoftheACCOUNTS

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already,thereisagreatdemandforthis,howcanwedeny it, itwouldbethesamethingassayingthatthemoneywespentearlierwas moreimportantandmoreworthythanthis.SenatorStissersaidthatthisisagoodidea,thoughfornextyearnotthis.SenatorLaPintasaidthatthereisnoadvertisementinthisbudget,hishallisinfavorofthis,thesurplusisforemergencies.DrButtonsaidthatheseesthisasa $2500 $3000investmentinthefuture,alearningprocessisinvolved,wouldleadtogreaterparticipationatalllevelsinthefurute,wouldvoteyesifhecould.SenatorPlamerproposedafriendlyamendmenttochangetheticketpricesto$5/$7,whichwasaccepted.SenatorIpolittoyieldedtoLaurenGrippowhosaidthatshewonderswhatwillhappenifexpensestotalmorethanthe SlllI1 ofthisbill,saidthatconcertswouldhavetomakeitup.DeanWassenaarsaidthatwehavetolooktothefutureandbroadenourhorizins,thisisonewaythatwecando it, weshouldcapitalizeonthediversitythatexists,hopesthesenateseizestheopportunity.SenatorGreensaidthatsheisinsupportofthebillitisnotjustafinancialmatter,moreofaquestionofunityamoungall.SenatorMurphyyieldedtoEricRiverawhosaidthatheishurt,hasheardthatpeople'sfeelingsdon'trnatterrnthecostislower,theincomehigher,whatmoreiswanted.SenatorMurphysaidthatthecutshavebeenmade,wecan'tletthiscontinue,mustvoteyes.SenatorAbbotsaidthatshewouldliketoseethishappen,themoneywon'tbreak us, wearesupposedtoservethestudents.SenatorFrenchcalledthequestion,therewasnoobjection,byarollcallvotethebillpassed24y6nlaoBill#34-RulessaidthattheBeitenactedneedsacct.#' s, financerepeatedrecomendationofpreceedingbill.SenatorGreensaidthatBlackhistorymonthisrecognizedaccrossthecountry,only$400hadbeenallocatedforthemonth,moreisneededfortheEbony/Ivorydancewhichthisisfor,urgedafriendlyamendmenttochangethefigureto $ 1500.SenatorDragonettisproposedsaidamendment,whichwasaccepted,withthecorrectwordingoftheBeitenacted,theproblemisfunding,wewentallthroughthisonthelastbill,letskeepthedebateshort.John Deighan saidthatthisBillisunorganized,incontrasttothelastbill,doesn'tthinkthisshouldbefundedforthesamereasons.SenatorMurphyyieldedtoEricRiverawhosaidthathethinkshecouldgetthisbandfor$1000.SenatorMurphysaidthatweshouldkeepitthewayitis.SenatorSbbottofferedafriendlyamendmenttoincludethewordingthatallunspentfundswouldreturnto SA, itwasaccepted.SenatorFrenchproposedafriendlyamendmentfora $2coverchargethatwasaccepted,siadthatcostwouldbea minTInlllI1, thisisapopularevent,urgedcallingofthequestion.SenatorTriandiflousaidthathehasquestionsoftheorganizationofthisbillandtheeffort.SenatorKrebssaidthatitisn'tconfusing,thiscouldpossiblybreakeven,urgedpassage,saidthatitwascut,failurecouldhurtthedance.SenatorStisseryieldedtoBarbKavovitwhosaidthatshehatestothinkthattheeffortsofbUdgetcouncilarewasted,ifthesenategoesonspendinglikethisthenthereisnouseforbudgetcouncil.SenatorStisserwentontosaythattheincomelinedoesn'tmeanitshouldpass,thereareothereventsduringthemonth.SenatorHarrissaidthatwecouldevenbreakevenonthis,couldevenendupaddingifthecrowdisaslargeasexpected,ifwego byeverythingthatbUdgetcouncildoes,thentherewouldbenoneedforthesenate.SenatorRepleogmovedthequestion,anditwassomovedbya 20y7nOavote,andthebillfailedlOylln6a.

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Bill#36-Rulessaidthatthereareconstitutionalityquestionshere,therewas amotiontosuspendrulesthatfailed13y lOn4a.Therewasthenamotiontotablethebill,whenchaircalledfor fuJrnediate votetherewas amotionmadetooverrulethechairwhichfailed4y 20n 4a, thebillwastabledby avoteof20y 4nOa.Therewas amotiontofixthe t:ime atwhichtoadjournatnoearlierthan9:30pm,therewere noobjectionstothat.Resolution#15-Therewas amotiontotablethatpassedlOy8n 4a, therewasthenamotiontoreconsiderthepreviousvotethatpassed12yIln 4a, thepreviousmotiontotablefailedonthenewvote9Y14n2a.SenatorLakinsaidthatthisisstraightforward.SenatorRepleogsaidthatsheworkedonitlastyear,pleasepassthis.SenatorFrenchcalledforacclamation,therewas noobjection. ANNOUNCEMENTS ANDPUBLIC COMMENT TonyLaPintasaidthateveryonewasconfusedaboutBill #36, wenowhavea weektoreview it, hehatestoseemeetingsgetoutofcontrol. J:im Triandiflouurgedpeopletostayintheirseats during meetingsandtoconmunicatethroughnotes,nottalking.NelsOlsonhopesthatwedon'tallgetmadateachother.Themeetingwasadjoumedat9: 37 .

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TUDENT SSOCIATION'StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession25thMeeting4 March 1987 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheminutes4.Approvaloftheagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRiveraJudicialreport6.FinancereportJohnDeighan7.Committeereports8.Oldbusiness9.NewbusinessBill#38Resolution#1710.Announcementsandpubliccomment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession24thMeeting25February1987 M:inutesPresidentoftheSenateThe24thmeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSession was calledtoorderat6:12pm.Roll was takenwiththefollOWingpeopleabsent:MichelleTwilley(withproxy),DwayneSkeete(withproxy),JannetteHausler(withproxy),FrankKearney(withproxy).RaymondDearieandToddDeWispelaereweresworninasnew SupremeCourtJustices.The m:inuteswereapprovedwiththefollowing change: Inthe4thlineoftheapprovaloftheagenda,itshouldreadBill #36, notBill#35.Theagendawasapproved.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRobWood-Weareonatightscheduletonight,pleasekeepallreportsbrief.-PubCrawlishistory,twobuseswerevandalizedonfridaynight,onlyifthestudentsturnthemselvesinorarecaughtwouldtherebeanychanceofthePub Crawlreturning.-CollegeCouncilvoted against extendingthearmedtimeofPublicSafety.ElvisRivera-MikeBirschspokeabout the recentSASULegislativeconference,alsoaskedforprioritiesforSASUtoworkonatthiscampus.TherewillbeameetingnextThursdayat6:OOpm,location TEA. Yuval-AcasewasfiledyesterdayquestioningtheconstitutionalityofBill#48fromthe21stLegislativeSession.Thecasewillbeheardtomorrowat4:30pm.-ThedeadlineforapplyingfortheChiefJusticeopeningisMarch20th,applicationsforAssociateJusticeswillbeacceptedthroughApril.FINANCEREPORTJohn De1ghanAllSAPresidentandVicePresidentcandidatespleasepaythe$15.-Wehavebudgetcounciltodotonight,pleasekeepreportsshort.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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COMMITrEEREPORrS StudentServices-MetwithPatCoxfromDisabledStudents,thereisaneedfortutoringandescortservice. Also, itisbeinglookedintotoseparatetheyellowbuses.CommunityRelations-The economicreportisstillbeinglooked at, itis very hasrtounderstand,willgototheOswegoSchoolboardduringthe2nd weekofMarchtogetapprovalforuseoftheHighSchool gym, needssuggestionsofacharitytoplaythebasketballgamefor.Finance-hadameetingtoday,willmeettomorrowat5:30pm.Elections-Mondayat5: OOpm, therewillbethedrawingtodetermineplacementfortheSADebates.ThedebatewillbeonMarch3rdintheformal lounge at8:OOpm.TomMurpheywillbepulledfromtheslateoftheupcomingelectionsduetoapetitionviolation.Rules-Had no quoromatthelastmeeting.add/drop-Thingsarelookingvery good, feelsconfidentthatachangeinthedropdatewillbeforthcoming.Therewas amotionmadetorecess.Therewas asecond.SenatorDragonettisaidthatwemustrecesssowecangetontothebudget.ElvisRiverasaidthatthereis nothing vitalinthepacketsoweshouldmoveon.Therewas amotiontomovethequestion,therewas asecond,andthequestionwas moved by a 27yOn1avote.Themotiontorecesspassedby avoteof28y10laoClerk'sNote:Sincethesenatewasformallyinrecess,nominuteswerekept.However, whatfollowsisarecordofmotionsmadeduringrecess.Parent'sWeekendAppeal:Councilrecc.bottomlinefundingof$500.Therewas amotiontofundat$718.42.Thequestionwas moved by a 28y 5nOa vote, andthemotionpassedby avoteof27y10Oa. Amotiontoreconsiderwas made, whichfailedby avoteof5y19nOa.WOCRpromotionaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$450.Therewas amotionmadetofundat$595.00.Thequestionwascalledwithnoobjections,themainmotionpassedbyavoteof20y7n3a.WOCRpostageaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$20.Therewas amotiontofundat$20.Anamendment was madetochangethatfigureto$35.Thequestionwas moved by avoteof27y 2n Oa, themainmotionpassedby avoteof25y 6n Oa.UMOAppeal:Council.recc.$3,000.Amotionwas madefor$4,841.00.Thequestionwascalled,therewas noobjection,themotionpassedbyavoteof28yOnlaoCollegeCommunityOrchestraeuipmentaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$123.Therewas amotiontofundat$213.50.Thequestionwascalled,therewasanobjection.Therewas amotionfor$123.99.Thatwaschangedthroughamotionbackto$213.50.Thequestionwas movedbyavoteof28y4nOa. Themotionpassedby avoteof24y 6nlao

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CollegeChoirmusicaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$255.00.Therewas amotionmadetofudat $ 255.00.Thequestionwas movedbufailed.Therewas amotiontofundat$441,25.Thequestionwas movedbyavoteof20y 8n Oa. Themotionpassedbyavoteof20y7n2a.SAVACcommunicationsaccountAPPEAL:Councilrecc.$100.00.Amotionwas madetofundatthat figure, thequestionwascalledandtherewasanobjection.Thequestionwas movedbyavoteof15Y12n2a,andthemotionpassedbyavoteof14ylIn3a.Amotiontoreconsiderfailedbyavoteof8y13n2a.SAVACinsuranceaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$6,800.00.Amotionwas madetofundat$6,919.70.Thequestionwascalled,therewerenoobjections,andthemotionpassedbyavoteof28yOnOa.SAVACpublicrelationsaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$127.00.Therewas amotiontofundat$127.00,thequestionwas movedbyavoteof25Y1nla,andpassedbyavoteof25YOn3a.OCAofficesuppliesaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$250.00.Amotionwas madetofundat$250.00,thequestionwascalledandpassedunanimously.OCAconferenceaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$308.00.Amotionwas madetofundat$308.00,thequestionwas movedbyavoteof21yOnOa,andthemotionpassedbyavoteof23y 2n Oa.OCApublicationsaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$1,210.00.Amotionwas madetofundat$1,210.00,thequestionwas movedbyavoteof16y7nOa,andpassedbyavoteof11y9n Oa. Amotionwas madetoreconsider,whichfailedoncetobemoved,andthenwas movedbyavoteof21y3nOa,andfailedbyavoteof5Y19nOa. WIDP prograrmningaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$5,000.00.Amotionwas madetofundat$5,250.00.Afromalamendmentto change thefigureto$5,750.00failedbyavoteoflOy IOn3a.Thequestionwas movedbyavoteof19y2n Oa,andpassedbyavoteof18y5n Oa. WIDP publicityaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$150.00.Amotionwas madetofundat$250.00.Therewas afriendlyamendmenttofundat$215.00whichwasaccepted,thequestionwascalledandtherewerenoobjections,themotionpassedunanimously. WIDP officesuppliesaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$150.00.Therewas amotiontofundat$175.00.Thequestionwascalledandtherewasanobjection.Thequestionwas movedbyavoteof21y 4n Oa,andpassedbyavoteof19y4nOa. WIDP incomelineAppeal:Councilrecc.$2,500.00.Amotionwas madetosettheincomelineat$2,050.00,thequestionwas movedunanimouslyandpassedunanimously.Amotionwas madeonthefloortolimitspeakingtimetothreeminutes.Thequestionwas movedbyavoteof16y1nla,andpassedbyavoteof17y3nlao

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BSUorganizationmembershipaccountAppeal:AmotiontofundBSUatabottomlineof$10,000.00was made.Therewas afriendlyamendmentthatcalledfortheaccountstobefundedinthesamepercentagesastheappeals,whichwasaccepted.A formal amendment was madetochangethefigureto$8,000.000,whichpassedbyaclear margin, by a rollcallvote(seeattached)of14y7nlaoThemotionof$8,000.00was moved by avoteof15Y3nla,andpassedthrougharollcallvote(seeattached)of14y7nlaoAmotiontoreconsiderwas made, was movedbyavoteof14y7n Oa,andfailedbyavoteof9yIlnlaoAmotionwas madetolowerquo romto15,therewas noobjection.OntarianconferenceaccountAppeal:Cmillcilrecc.$0.00,amotionwas madetofundat$190.00,whichwascalledandpassed unanTInously. Men'sRugby gamecostsaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$329.61.Amotionto fund at$359.40was made, was movedbyavoteofl5YInOa,andpassedbyavoteofl7yInOa. Amotionwas madetocorneoutofrecess. Formal noticewasgiventhatamotionto rescind the$8,000.00forBSUwillbemadeatthenextmeeting. ANNOUNCEMENTS AND PUBLIC COMMENT Tony LaPinta saidthathethinkstonightwas amess,weshouldhavegonethroughtheAppeal line by line, dosen'tthinkthatdiscussionwasfacillitated.JimDragonettisaidthatweshouldn'tbediscouragedtobe involved withbudget council,itisworthwhile.Amotiontoadjournfailed.RichLilfordsaidthatperhapsitwouldhavebeenbettertogo line by line.Mindy Repleogsaidthatshehasneverstoppedablackstudentfromrunningforthesenate.JudyKrebssaidthatshehopeseveryonegetsa goodnightsleep,getcalm,nobodywantedablackvS.whiteissuesonBSU.Elvis reminded everyoneabouttheSASUmeeting. Barry Shinskesaidthatweshould refrain fromshoutingriot,haspnernoniaandthinksheisdying.DanFrenchsaidthatriotswork.Themeetingwasadjournedat11:10prn.

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Rollcallvote:BSU$8,000amendment$8,000BSU funding ChrisHurd yYJanetteHauslern n MikeStisseryYDanFrenchn nPatrickMoriny yChrisKlaehnn nJimTriandif'louy yMariaMillaresy yLisaAdams a aJudyKrebsn nBarryShinskey yJoannPaJmery yKateO'Connery yLisaHarrisn n DougRoeschy yJimDragonettiy y TonyLaPintay yMichelleGreenn nNelsOlsony yEricaLakiny y RoyIppoliton n MindyRepleogy yAllothersenatorswerenotpresent f'or thevote.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession26thMeeting18 March 1987 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheminutes4.Approvaloftheagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRiveraJudicialreport6.FinancereportJohnDeighan7.Committeereports8.Oldbusiness9.NewbusinessBill#3910.Announcementsandpubliccomment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession25thMeeting4March1987MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe25thmeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:15pm.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeopleabsent:MichelleTwilley,KathleenAbbott(withproxy),MikeStisser,MarkTrombley,MariaMillares(withproxy),DougRoesch(withproxy),GaryShuster(withproxy),MichelleGreen(withproxy),EricLatin,RoyIppolito(withproxy),Dr.Button.Theminuteswereapprovedwiththefollowingchange:MindyRepleogstatedthatsheencouragesallblackstudents,aswellasallstudents,togetinvolvedinSA.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bill#37wasaddedtooldbusiness.Announcementsandpubliccommentoccuredbeforeexecutivereports.Amotionwasmadetorecess,butfailed.ANNOUNCEMENTSANDPUBLICCOMMENTDanFrenchurgedthatBill#38belookedoverbecauseitconcernsauniformtaxonallstudents.HestatedthatchangeisacceptablebytheBursar'sOffice.YuvalstatedthatsomepointsinBill#38shouldbeaddressed.Ameetingwillbeheldconcerningtaxingcommunitiesaddressingallconstitutionalareas.MikeMarranosaidthatDr.Radley'sletterpresentedcutsinthebudget. Jim TriandiflouannouncedthatheisrunningforthepositionofVice-PresidentofSA,alongwithJeffCraigwhoisrunningforthePresidency.Heencouragedquestionsfromallontheirplatform.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TonyLaPintastatedthatheisrunningforthepositionofSAPresident.Heisopenedtoanyquestions,offeredatanytime.DeanWassenaarbroughtattentionbacktoDr.Radley'sletter.HeencouragedtheSenatorstourgeallstudentsandtheirparentstowritetotheirlocalAssemblymenininterestofall.JudyKrebsannouncedthatshewithdreWwfromtheticketforSAVice-President,andgavehersupporttoJimTriandiflou.JeffCraigtalkedaboutthebudgetandthattherewouldbeaSASUmeetingonMarch5at6pm,upstairsof Healsoaskedeveryonetowrite letters tolegislators,assemblymen,andthegovernor.Hehasaddressesinhisoffice.Barry welcomedeveryonetoattendadebateforthecandidatesrunningforSenatorsofOneidaHall.It will beheldonMarch5,at8pm,inOneidaHall.NelsOlsonstated that heisrunningforVice-PresidentofSAandwelcomesanyquestionsanyonemighthave.ElvisRiverastatedthathewithdrewasacandidateforPresidentofSA,andgavehissupporttoJeffCraig.HestatedthattheothercandidateforVice-PresidentwasJoannPalmer.Hewantedthismeetingtoproceed,andnotturnintoaplaceforcampaigning.EXECUTIVE REPORTS Rob Wood-Senatorsmustspeakbeforetheyexercisetheirtongue.Thisisabodyof33Senatorsandrulesgovernthisbody,sopleaserefrainfromyellingthingsout.-DuringBUdgettime,pleaselistentorecommendationsfromBudgetCouncil.-NoinformationonCentro.ElvisRivera-ConcerningPubCrawl,CentrowouldlikeSAtopaydamages.Itwasdecidedthatwewillnot.-ArmingpolicywasapprovedbyDr.Radleyfor3pm-7am,and24hrs.duringofficialacedemicrecess.ThisstartsMarch7th.-InformationwaspassedoutaboutCOOR'SBoycott.ThereisaconferenceonMarch7thfrom12-5pmatNYU.Yuval-DecisionaboutBill#38concerneddue "orocess abouttheactualfairnessofhowtheconstitutionshouldbeamended.Itinvolved $u.50 SAfeeforgraduateandpart-timestudents.ThecourtwillevaluatefiscalaspectofBill#38,anditwillbeinquestionnextweek.FINANCEREPORTJohnDeighan-ReviewedsheetonSABUdgetAnalysisforfiscalyear1987-88.Currentfundbalance,notconsideringanymoremajormoneydistributed,isabout$120,000.00.

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COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-ReviewofBill#37.Finance-TherewillbeareviewofBill#37,whenitcomesup.Elections-Thereisaproblemwithpostersbeingtorndown,andthiscostsSAmoney.Pleaseputpostersbackup,andhaverespectforallcampaignparappernalia.TherearebadfeelingsbeingdisplayedintheSenate,andweareaskedthatduringthesemudslingingdebates,nottoletourfriendships interfere withourjobs.Amotionwasmadetorecess.Itwasseconded. Therewaa movetoquestion, wnich unanimouslypassed.TheSenatewentintorecessbyavoteof16ylIn1a.Clerk'sNote:SincetheSenatewasformallyinrecess,nominuteswerekept.However,thefollowingisarecordofmotionsmadeduringrecess.BSUAppeal:TherewasamotiontorescindBSU $8,000.00. Therewasacalltoquestion,whichwasseconded.Thismotionwasunanimouslyrescinded.Therewasamotiontoallocate$10,000.00,whichwascalledtoquestion.Therewerenoobjections,andthemotionclearlypassedbyarollcallvote(seeattached).Therewasamotiontocomeoutofrecess.Noobjectionswerevoiced.TheSenatewasnowoutofrecess.COMMITTEEREPORTS(continued)CommunityRelations-TherewillbeameetingheldonWed.at5:30,intheupstairsoftheUnion.StudentServices-Stillworkingonfacilitiesforhandicappedstudents.WearetryingtogetmorelaundrymachinesforthebottomoftheUnion.WewillalsotrytogetbetterlightingintheOneidaparkinglot.Add/Drop-nomeetingthisweek.Therewasamotiontogobackintorecess,butitfailed.OLDBUSINESSBill#37-WOCRrequesteda 15%commissionandtherewasafearthatthiswouldinterferewithinternaloperations,butRUlessaiditwouldpass.FinancestatedBill#37wouldmaintainincomelineSenatorOlsonproposedafriendlyamendmentfor10%.Therewasacalltoquestion,whichwasobjected.Therewasamovetoquestion,whichwasseconded.Thedebatewasceasedbyavoteof23y2nOa.Resolution#17-Thiswassubmittedbytheexecutivebranch,andsponseredbyJimTriandiflou,NelsOlson,JimDragonetti,DougRoesch,JudyKrebs,andDanFrench.Therewasamotiontomakethis

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resolutionstate,IIBeitevenfurtherresolved..."SenatorFrencnmadeafriendlyamendmenttowarmlyandopenlywelcomeanyPotsdamstudentshereatOswego.Themotionfailed.therewasacalltoquestion,butanobjectionoccurred.SenatorFrenchproposedtheformalamendmentthatletitbe futher resolvedthatSA,inconjunctionwithitsstudents,invitealldisgruntledPotsdamstudentstoattendthesensitiveStateCollegeatOswego.Therewasasecondandthisformalamendmentwasdebated.Therewasa movetoquestionwhichclearlypassed.Themotiontoaccepttheformalamendmentclearlyfailed.Therewasa movetoquestion,followedbyacalltoquestion,whichpassedbygeneralconsent.Therewasamotiontorecess,whichhadnoobjections.The Senate wasnowinrecess.PendulumAppeal:Councilrecc.$1370.70.Amotionwasmadetofundasrequested.Thismotionclearlypassed.PendulumproductionsupplyaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$100.00.Therewasanappealtomaintainpastallocations.Amotionwasmadetoallocatelastyear'sfunding.Therewasacalltoquestion,withnoobjections.Animmebiatevotetoallocate$138.12clearlypassedby21yInOa.PendulumphotographyaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$50.00.Therewasamotiontoallocatelast year!s spendingof$90.04.Thequestionwascalled,therewasnoobjection,themotionpassedunanimously.PendulumofficesuppliesaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$75.00.Motionwasmadetofundtherequested$100.00.Thequestionwascalledwithnoobjections,andthemotionunanimouslypassed.PendulumtelephoneaccountAppeal:Councilrecc.$5.00.Themotionwasmadetofundtherequested$30.00.Therewasacalltoquestion,withnoobjections,andthemotionclearlypassed.Amotionwasmadetocomeoutofrecess,whichclearlypassed.Amotionwasmade,andthemeetingwasadjournedat10:27pm.

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Rollcallvote:ChrisHurdGerryMastrianniDwayneSkeeteJanetteHauslerKathleenAbbotDanFrenchPatrickMoranJimTriandiflouChrisKlaehnMariaMillaresLisaAdamsJudyKrebsBarryShinskeJoannPalmerChrisKrasoverKateO'ConnorLisaHarrisDougRoeschJimDragonettiTonyLaPintaMichelleGreenDannyMurphyNelsOlsonRoyIppolito LIindy RepleogMikeMarrano$10,000BSUFundingy y y y yyy y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession27thMeeting25March 1987 Agenda1.Ca11toorder2.Ro11call3.Approvaloftheminutes4.Approvaloftheagenda5.SASUreport6.OldbusinessBill#38 7.Committeereports8.FinancereportJohnDeighan9.JudicialreportYuva1Bar-Kokhba10.ExecutivereportElvisRiveraRobWood11.SpecialordersBill#40Resolution#12.Announcements andpubliccomment13.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession26thMeeting18March1987MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe26thmeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:16pm.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeopleabsent:DwayneSkeete,GerryMastrianni(withproxy),FrankKearney,EricaLakin,ChrisHurd,KateO'connor,DougRoesch,GarySchuster.Theminuteswereapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Concerningoldbusiness,Bill#37passedby23y2nOa.EricaLakinandMindyReploegwerespelledincorrectly.MikeWillis,notMikeMarrano,saidthatDr.Radley'sletterpresentedcutsinthebudget.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:SpecialOrderswasaddedtotheagendaat#7andahalf,containingBill#39.Bill#38wasaddedtooldbusiness.EXECTUTIVE REPORTS RobWood-AfullreportandresolutionwillbepresentednextweekconcerningtheCOOR'SBeerBoycott.JeffCraigisstillworkingontheissuebecausehejustdoesnotwantonesideofthestory.ISAdinnerisMarch28thfrom6-12pm,intheBallroom.-Mascotjudgingcontestcontinues.WinnerwillbeannouncedafterApril1st.-March24-26thistheannualPenfieldLibrarybooksale.-IfBill#38passes,itisconstitutional.WeareurgedtopassitbecauseitwillbebeneficialtoSA,andfutureOswegostudents.-ConcerningAuxilaryServices,CraigTraubdesinged,withthehelpofstudentinput,the"RollOver"Program.Thisprograminvolvesthetwomajormealplans(360,280).Thewayitworksisthatifastudenthaspointsleftoverattheendofonesemester,theseextrapointsmayIlrollover"intothefollowingsemester.Therewillbenocashrefunds.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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ElvisRivera-Therehavebeenmanycomplaintsaboutmealplans,andif passed bytheboard,therewillbeanewmealplanstartingFall'87calledtheD.C.240.Itwillcost$499.-Therehasbeenanincreaseforcarrental,from28to30per/mile.-For1987-88,fullboardwillbe$642.00,increasing4.9%fromlastyear.The360mealplanispresently $529, butisexpectedtoincrease6.6%tobe$564for1987-88.The280mealplanispresently$486,butistoincrease7.8%tobe$524.Thesefiguresare intheirproposedstages,andwillbevotedonApril1st.-IssuesconcerningCuomo'sBudget:(1)MandatorySavings-theSUNYsystemhasbeenaskedto save $17 millilion. OnThursday,March19,aletterwritingcampaignwilltakeplace.(2)IncreaseinBorrowingforDormRehabilitation-Thedormsaretoberenovated,andthiswillbepayedforbythefloatingbondsfromtheStateofNewYork.Studentswillbepayingforthisthroughdormfees.Wemustwritelettersofoppositionforthisincreaseinborrowing.JeffCraig-Reaganproposeda 49%cutinFederalfundingforhighereducation.ThisincludescutsinNDSL, GSL,PellGrant,andnoworkstudyorfederalfundingforTAP. Asign-upsheetwaspassedaroundforSenatorstogocanvassingonTuesday,March24that7:30.Thisletterwritingcampaign is totrytogetSenatorD'Amatonottovoteforcuts.-ReaganAdministrationpresentedtheIncomeContingencyLoanProgram,inwhichloaninterestwillaccumulatewhileweareinschool.Wedonotwantfundingof$600millionto:_increase.April1stishighimpactdayforfederalfunding.Yuval-Caseshavebeenfiledabouttheelections.OnMarch5th,casewasfiledbyRobLeeveyagainstJeffCraig,forviolationofSAconstitution.Casewasdismissedbecauseinjurywaspremature.AcasewasfiledbyRichMilfordagainstSAelectionscommittee.MilfordquestionedtheconstitutionalityofthedateoftheSAelections.AnemergencycourtsessionwastobeheldonMarch18th,at9pm.FINANCEREPORTJohnDeighan-Candidatesareallwithinfinanciallimits.Assoonasbillsarepayed,electionscommitteewillreceiveacopy.COMMITTEEREPORTSElections-Sofareverythingfortheelectionswasproceedingjustfine.PleaseremindallstudentsthelastdaytovoteisMarch19th,andtheymusthavetheirIDandSAsticker.RUles-WillcommentaboutBills#38and#39astheycomeup.Finance-WillcommentaboutBills#38and#39astheycorneup.CommunityRelations-NottomuchinformationrightafterSpringBreak,butwilltalkaboutbasketballgamenextmeeting.StudentServices-Weareurgedtofilloutpostcardsconcerningfinancialaidandgrants.Committee will becontactingusforcanvassingofletters.ThereisaparkinglotandanewspaceforresidentsbehindRichHallandMorland.EnvironmentalfactorswillbecheckedoutconcerningtheextensionoftheLibraryparkinglot.

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Add/Drop-TherewillbeameetingonMarch20th,at3pm.TherewillbeaFacultyAssemblymeetingonMarch23rd,totalkabouttheplus/minusgradingsystem.SpecialOrdersBill#39-ThiswassubmittedbyJohnDeighan,andsponsoredbyNelsOlson,BarryShinske, and MichelleTwilley.Therewasa towaverules,whichhadanobjection.Therewasacalltoquestionwhichwasseconded.Therewasavoteof25ylnOa.Thefinancecommitteeapprovedfundingandstatedthatthiswouldbetakenfromaccount#99.SenatorOlsonsupportedthisbillbecausehestatedthatitwasthefirsttime,inalongtime,thattheHockeyTeammadetheFinalFour,ifever.SenatorTwilleyspoketosomeoftheHockeyplayersandfelt taat theywerereallypsychedfortheirtrip,andurgedustopassthisbill.Dr.Buttonsaidthatthiswasanunusualkindofachievement,andthatweshouldgivethemoneytotheHockeyTeamwithoutexpectinganypayback.JohnDeighanstatedthattheteam'sfinanceaccountwasverylow,andthat90%ofthemoneywouldcomebacktoSA.Heurgedoursupportforthisbill.Therewasamovetoquestion,withnoobjections,andthebillpassedbygeneralconsent.Bill#38-SubmittedbyJUdyKrebs,andsponsoredbyDanFrench.Thefinancecommitteerecommendedthisbillwithreservations.Ruleshadnorecommendationbecausetheycouldnotmakeadecision.Therewas TIotion forSenatetoactasabodyofrulescommittee, whicn wasseconded.SenatorKrebssaidthatthiswasauniformtaxbasedonacreditsystem.ElvisRiverahadconcurringopinions.Therewasamovetoquestion,whichwasseconded.Thevotewas20ylnlaoBill#38passedrulesbyl7yln3a.SenatorFrench felt thiswasafairsystem,andthattheBursar'sofficewouldworkwith this. YuvaltriedtostimulatethoughtintheSenate,andstatedthemainissuewasfairness.Therewasamotiontolowerquormto13,whichwasseconded.PresidentRiverafelt33Senatorsshouldbeheretodecideonthebill.Therewasamotiontoadjourn,whichpassedbyl4y4n2a. e Themeetingadjournedat8:40pm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate 22nd LegislativeSession 2nd.Meeting April9,1986 Office of tl.e'lIice-presiJenf atOswegoBill1WHEREAS,WalterHang,anexpertonsuchtopicsasrecycling,incinerationandtoxicchemicals,hasofferedtospeakatSUNYOswegofree 'of charge,andWHEREAS,TheStudentsatSUNYOswegowillgreatlybenefitfromsuchalecture,andWHEREAS,WeneedomlypayplanefareforDr.Hang,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegoallot$200.00topayorroundtripairfareto/fromNYCity.Beitfurtherenacted,ithatanysurplusmoneywillbereturnedtotheStudentAssociationAccounts.SUBMITTEDBY:JillLaceySPONSOREDBY:JudyKrebsWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril16,1986Bill2NationalConferenceoftheAmericanMarketingAssoc.WHEREAS,TheAmericanMarketingAssociationisanationalorganizationoperatingonthiscampuswithover80membersinthebusinessandcommunicationsfields,andWHEREAS,TheNationalConferenceoftheAmericanMarketingAssociationwillbeheldtheweekendofApril17-19attheHiltonTowersinChicagoIL,andWHEREAS,Fundingsourceshavebeenprovidedthroughbothpersonalandorganizationalmeans,andWHEREAS,Additionalfundingisnecessaryintheamountof$150.00,thissumwouldbeallocatedasfollows:ConferenceFee$95.00HotelAccomodation....$45.00Transportation........$10.00ThereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,thatthesumof$150.00beallocatedfromaccountnumber917toaccountnumber,tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill,fortheAmericanMarketingAssociationNationalConference.SUBMITTEDBY:SarahJ.BogardusSPONSOREDBY:TerrenceKenealyWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril16,1986Bill3ProposedincreaseintheceilingforCashingPayrollChecksatCheckCashingWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationprovidesaCheckCashingconveniencetoS.A.feepayingstudents,andWHEREAS,Aceilingof$50.00existsforallpayrollchecks,andWHEREAS,StudentEmployeesoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoareunnecessarilyinconveniencedtocashtheirpayrollchecksoffcampusifthecheckexceedsthe$50.00ceiling,thereforeSPONSOREDBY:TerrenceKenealyDateSignedByPresiElvisRivera,S.A. c .... / DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril29,1986SENATEACTION25y,On,OaSUBMITTEDBY:PattiCoteBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoallowpayrollchecksdistributedbySUNYOswego,AuxiliaryServices,StudentAssociationandNewYorkState;toS.A.feepayingstudentsshallhaveanupperlimitof$100.00MondaythruThursdayforcashing,anda$50.00uerlimitforcashingonFridaybyS.A.CheckCashing.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession4thMeetingApril23,1986Bill4LakerHockeyonWOCRRadioWHEREAS,Oswego'sstudentruncampusradiostationWOCRwillbroadcast22regularseasonhomeandawayhockeycontests,plusallpostseasonaction,andWHEREAS,BroadcastswouldbeginonNovember7,1986andrunthroughtheregularseasonendingFebruary24,1987,andWHEREAS,Fundingisnecessaryintheamountof$4590.00,thissumwouldbebrokendownasfollows:HomeGames-$300.00$100 installation$200-$50permonthfor4monthsAwayGames-$3,150.0013roadGamesat$300.00-includesinstallationandphonebillpergamethereare3tournamentswhichare2dayeventsrequiringasingleinstallationfee.RoadMealsandHotelExpenses-246.00$3perpersononawaygamesformeals 2announcersfor13games-$78.00-stayovermeals-$18.00-3Hotelstayovers-$150.00-TotalRegularSeasonEstimate-$3,690.00PlayoffEstimate-900.00Total$4,590.00ThereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeat Oswego, allocate$4,590.00fromAccount#toWOCRHockeyAccount#tobeestablisheduponthepassage of thisbill.--BeitfurtherenactedthatanysurplusmoneywillreturnedtotheStudentAssociationAccounts.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONSUBMITTEDBY:JeffZayicekSPONSOREDBY:JoanPaceWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill4

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate :,tudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislative'Session5thMeetingApril30,1986Bill 5HumanSexualityWHEREAS,Thereisaneedforeducationonthetopicofbirthcontrolonthiscampus,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationSenatehaspreviouslyestablishedaHumanSexualityAccountforthispurpose,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkcollegeatOswegothatthesumof$700.00betransferredfromaccount#toHumanSexualityAccount#886.SUBMITTEDBY:TheOswegoWomen'sCenterSPONSOREDBY:DanSkidmoreSENATEACTIONClearlyPassedDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMay14,1986Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSessionMay7,1986PresidentoftheSenateWhereas, Whereas,Whereas,Whereas, i' Bill#6TheCornerStore,anSAfundedorganization,performsavaluableservicetothestudentsofthiscampus,andTwooftheessentialpiecesofoperatingequipmentusedbytheCornerStorehaveexceededtheirlifeexpectancyandare eitherbrokenbeyondrepairoroperatingunsatisfactory,and AconcertedefforthasbeenunderwayforquitesometimenowtoresearchthereplacementcostsforthenewcoolerandfreezerwhichareneededbytheCornerStore,and Thepurchaseofsuchitemswould beconsistentwithourphilosophytoreplacefixedassetsownedbytheStudentAssociation,and wouldenabletheCornerStoretocontinueperformingitsvaluableservicetothestudentshereatOswego,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego,thatthesumof$5,900betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount#917toCornerStoreEquipmentReplacementAccount#,tobeestablisheduponthepassageofthisbill..Submittedby:Sponsoredby:JeffJones,DirectorofFinanceTerryKenealyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession6thMeetingMay7,1986atOswegoProposalfortheCornerStore3-DoorGDM-72TrueCooler72cubicfeet78incheslong28inchesdeep incheshigh12shelves \ horsepowercompressor2-DoorGDM-49FTrueFreezer49cubicfeet54incheswide 29\ inchesdeep incheshigh8shelves1horsepowercompressorTotalLess40%DiscountPlusFreight-EquipmentfromSyracuseFoodEquipmentCo.-Bothfreezerandcoolerareequippedwithcompressoratthebottom,asaprecautionarymeasuretoavoidheatproblems.-Priceincludesoneyearwarranty.$4,022.00 $5,198.00 $9,220.00$3,688.00 $5,532.00$368.00$5,900.00Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTIONClearlyPassed DATE.\PRESENTED TOPRESIDENTMay15,1986ElvisRivera,Sresident ",.;7_'.j,-....-""\.....,4,. DateSignebyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityofCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession6thMeetingMay7,1986Bill#7PresidentoftheSenateWhereas,Whereas,Whereas,I. Cameraa.Cannonb.Lensc.FlashThe OswegonianisanS.A.organizationthatreliesonafulltimecomprehensivephotographydepartment,andthedepreciationcostsofthe10yearoldfacilitiesinthephotographydepartmentoftheOswegonian havereachedunacceptableanddetrimentalproportions,andthefollowingitemshave beenselected,withmuchscrutiny,asnecessaryforthefunctioningofthephotographydepartment.$266.00$105.00$68.00II.Enlargera.Besler23CIIXL$322.00b.Enlargerkit(accessory)$72.00c.Timer$74.00Beitenactedthatasumtotalof$907.00beallocatedtotheOswegonianforphotographyequipment.Submittedby:Sponsoredby: The OswegonianTerryKenealyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2Bill#7SENATEACTIONClearlyPassedDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober7,1986Room205HewittUnion ElvisRivera,SAPresident /tJ-cfDatesignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember17,1986Bi11 WHEREAS,IthasbecomeevidentthatthereisaneedforasecondprinterforthenewcomputersystemthatSArecentlypurchased,andWHEREAS,havingonlyoneprintercausesunnecessarydelaysandinconveniencesforthosewhousethecOmputer,andWHEREAS,thissecondprinterwouldgreatlyincreasetheefficiencyandproductivityofSA,therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegotransferthesumof$816toaccount#746 Computer SuppliesAccountfromFixedAssetsAccount#916.SUBMITTEDBY:JohnDeighan,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:NelsOlson,OnondagaSenatorPresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTIONClearlyPassesDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober7,1986 ElvisRivera,SAPresident /d'-r-F? DatesignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember24,1986Bill#9Whereas,TheDirectorofFinanceoftheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoisinvolvedinthedaytodayaffairsoftheStudentAssociation,andWhereas,theDirectorofFinancemaintainsaccuratefinancialrecordsforSA,andWhereas,he/sheisresponsiblefordailyoperationsaswellastheannualbudgetaryprocess,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatapermanentspeakingseatintheSenateshallbegrantedtotheS.A.DirectorofFinance.PresidentoftheSenateSubmittedby:Sponsoredby:GarySchusterDougRoeschSENATEACTIONPassed26y3n2aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober7,1986Room205HewittUnionDatesignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession10thMeeting1October1986Bill#10PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationisasponsorofactivitiesthatstudentsparticipate in, andWHEREAS,theproductionoftheTalismanwillinvolve56studentsthisproductionprovideswriting,producing,directing,acting,managerial,administrativeandbudgetaryexperience,and,WHEREAS,thisenhancesuponcoursemateriallearnedhereatStateUniversityofN.Y.CollegeatOswego,and,WHEREAS,thefollowingitemshave beenselectedwithgreatduecareforthenecessaryproductionandcompletionoftheTalismen:1. ake-upsupP1ies2.Advertising&Promotion3.ProductionCosts4.SetSupplies$100.00$306.44$858.19$144.09Beitenactedthatasumtotalof$1408.72beallocatedtotheTalismanforproduction,makeupsupplies,advertisingpromotion,andsetsupplies,fromthecontigencyaccount#915toanaccounttobeestablisheduponpassingofthisbill.Submittedby:DanielKehrleyProducer/WriteroftheTalismanSponsoredby:BarbaraKavavitSENATEACTIONFailed13y 13n 1aRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession11thMeeting8October1986Bill#11PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationProgram FundBudgetRequestCommitteehascompletedtheiryearlyclubbudgetaryprocessfortheacademicyear1986-87,andthecommitteehasworkeddeligentlyinmeetingthetotalbudgetlineallocationforthevariousS.A.fundedclubsoncampus,andtheProgram FundBudgetRequestCommitteehasrecommendedwhattheyfeelareveryadequatebudgetstotheclubsthathaverequestedfunding,andthecommitteerecommendationshavenotrecognizedtheneedtoestablishacontingencyfundforthoseclubsthathavenotmetthe budget request therefore,Beitenactedthatthesumof$500 betransferredfromcontingency accriunt #916tothegeneralprogramfundaccount#912inordertomeettheneedsofthe clubs thathavenotmetthebudgetrequestdeadline.SENATEACTIONPassed25yOnOaSubmittedby:Sponsoredby:JohnDeighan,DirectorTonyLaPinta,ChairmanofFinanceofFina .. nce DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober10,1986Room205HewittUnionDatesignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession11thMeeting8October1986Bill#12PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,..theStudentAssociationcurrentlyhasplanstoopentheCollegeBoxOfficeinNovember, anditwillbenecessarytohireamanagerandassistantmanagertooverseetheoperationsoftheBoxOffice,andtheresponsibilitiesofthispositionwould beapproximatelyequaltothoseofaCheck-CashingCo-Director,andthesalaryforaCo-Directoriscurrently$945fortheyear,therefore,BeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoallocatethesumof$1339.60fromcontigencyaccount#915toanaccounttobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.Theamountsallocatedarebrokendownasfollows:ManagerSalary52.50perperiodx14periods= 735AssistantManagerSalary35.00perperiodx14periods=490OfficeSupplies=25Advertising-2 pageOswegonianads@44.80=89.60Total=1339.60Submittedby: JohnDeighan,DirectorofFinanceSponsoredby: TonyLaPinta,FinanceCommitteeChairRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill#12 Page 2SENATEACTIONPassedUnanimouslyDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober21,1986ElvisRivera,S.A.PresidentDatesignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession11th 8October1986Bill #13 PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,theStudentAssociationhas afixedassetsaccountsetupforstudentorganizationsinneedofequipment,and,theOswegonianisinneedofatimeclockandtimecardsforitsstudenttypistsandfulltimesecretary,andnothavingonehascausedproblemswiththebiweeklypayrollpertainingtosuchemployees,andthiswouldhelpalleviatetheseproblemsbyallowingformoreaccuraterecords,therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$300beallocatedfromFixedAsstsAccount#916toOswegonianAccount#Submittedby:TheOswegonian JohnDeighan,DirectorofFinanceSponsoredby: TonyLaPinta,FinanceCommitteeChairSENATEACTIONPassedUnanimouslyDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober21,1986Room205HewittUnion ElvisRivera,S.A.President /Ul-c2(Datesignedby Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession12th Meet.i11g 15 October 1986Bill#14PresidentoftheSenate w:HEREAS, TheprocessofallocatingStudentActivityfeestoProgram Fund Clubs has been completedafter mnyhard hoursofwork,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork CollegeatOswegothattheallocationsfortheProgramFundClubsfor1986-1987 beasfollows: Armenian Club Art ExhibitionCommittee Biology Club Chemistry ClubCreativeArtsLeague DelSarteEconomic s Club French Club Geology ClubGermanClubItalianClub Karate Club Meteorology Club Newman ClubOswegoStateSkiClubOswegoStudentsforIsraelOswegoTechnology Education Assoc.OswegoWildlifeSociety$87.45 $230.00 $138.20 $244.40 $200.20 $155.25 $115.00 $285.45 $258.00 $79.25 $200.20 $1465.00 $179.45 $132.45 $71.00 $190.20 $284.00 $627.10Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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Bill#14 rage 2 TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateOutingClubPeaceandJusticeForumPhysicsClubRussianClubSpanishClubSynchronized Swimming Voc.TechClub WeightTrainingandFitnessClub Yoga Club(Kundalini)Total$318.45 $281.90 $285.00$360.00 $321.45$936.45$177.25$1000.00$367.50$8990.60Beitfurtherenactedthattheamounttobeallocatedfor theProgr,am FupdContingency be$509.40for tmse clubs that are organIzedafter tnebudget hearings. Submittedby:JohnDeighan,DirectorofFinanceSponsoredby:TonyLaPinta,FinanceConmittee Chair SENATEACTIONPassedUnanimouslyDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober21,9186Room205HewittUnionElvisRivera,S.A.resident /cJ ?I"'..-/6DatesignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession12thMeeting15October1986Bill#15PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS,WHEREAS,"WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, TheBlackfriarsTheatreOrganizationcurrentlyhastwopieces of' equipnent wlo.ich arebrokenbeyondrepair, and one of' thosepiecesofequipnentisaVCRwhichisusedtorecordBlackfriarsproductions,andthesecondpieceof equipnent isaCDplayer wlo.ich isnecessarytoproduceplays,andthisequipmentisessentialtotheproperfunctioningofthisorganization,andBlackfriarshasconsistentlyproduced IIDre incomethan theirincomeline,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$1130.00betransferedfromFixedAssetsAccount #916toBlackfriarsEquipment Account #tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.Beitfurtherenactedthattheamountbebrokendownasfollows:1.JVCModel HR-0470U2.Sony CDP-032IISubmittedby:TheBlackfriarsSponsoredby:GregClarkSENATEACTIONPassedUnanimouslyDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober23,1986Room205HewittUnion$680.00 $450.00 'Ibtal $1 DatesignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession12thMeeting15October1986Bill#16PresidentoftheSenate$1450.00 $1350.00 WHEREAS., WHEREAS., "SolidState"isaSA f'1.m.ded music ensEmble, andsinceits inception., hasbeenabletosupplydrum equipnent.,guitars., amps arn aJmostanyotherstandardinstrumenttostudents Participating intheensemble,withone exception., theaVailabilityofkeyboard instruments., andithasbeennecessarytoborrowelectric pianos., electronic organs., andsynthesizersfrom students., facultyandtheSONYCOMusicDept. in ordertorehearseand perform., andduringthepasteighteenmonthsSolidStatehasgivenoverthirty-fiveperformancesoncampusandon tour., andthewearandtearontheaboveloanedinstrumentshasresultedinnumerousrepairexpenseswhichhavebeenabsorbedbythe owners., thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegotransferthesumof$3500.00fromFixedAssetsAccount #916toSolidStateEquipnentAccount #637fortheequipmentitemslisted below., Beitfurtherenacted that theamountbebrokendownasfollows: (1) digitalelectricpianowiMIDIcontrollercapacity(EnsoniqSDP-lor TechnicsPX-7) (1)moderatesizepolyphonicsynthesizer(EnsoniqESQ-lorRolandJX-8p)(1)speaker/amplii'ierforusewithaboveinstrument(PeaveyKB300)(1)aluminiumkeyboard starn formultiplekeyboards'Ibtal$450.00$250.00$3500.00Submittedby:Stan Gosek., DirectorofSolidStateSponsored by: GregClarkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTION23y 3n 3a Off'of'l/'w El R"4-p d t' VlSlvera,..reSlenDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober24, 1986Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession13thMeeting22October1986Bill#17LakerHockeyonWOCRRadioPresidentoftheSenate Oswego'sstudentruncampusradiostationWOCRwillbroadcast20regularseasonhomeandawayhockey plusallpostseason and broadcastswouldbeginonNovember 1986andrunthroughtheregularseasonendingFebruary 1987, and fundingisnecessaryintheamountof thissumwouldbebrokendownasfollows:Homegames-$300.00Installation-$100.00$50.00permonthfor4months-$200.00Awaygames11roadgamesat$250.00-includesinstallationandphonebillpergame.-thereare3tournamentswhichare2dayeventsrequiringasingleinstallationfee.Roadmealsandhotelexpenses-$166.00$3.00perpersononawaygamesformeals-2announcersfor11games-$66.00-2Hotelstayovers-$150.00Totalregularestimate-$3,216.00Playoffestimate-900.00TotalBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeat allocate fromAccount#toWOCRHockeyAccount# tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill#17Page2 BeitfurtherenactedthatanysurplusmoneywillbereturnedtotheStudentAssociationAccounts.DatesignedbyPresident ElvisRivera,S.A.President Submittedby:SteveLevy(WOCRSports)Sponsoredby:GregoryH.ClarkSENATEACTION19y2n4aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober24,1986Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession13thMeeting22October1986Bill#18WHEREASttheSyncbronizedSwimming Club hasservedthestudentsofS.U.N.Y.Oswegofora numberofyearstandPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAStthesynchronizedSwimming Clubpresentsagalatwoeveningperformanceonceeveryyearthatisfrequentedbymanypeople,andWHEREAStattheendoflastyearoneoftheirunderwaterspeakersunexpectedlybrokedowntbeyondrepairtandWHEREAStthisunderwaterspeakerisanecessityfor theit yearlyproduction,so beitenactedThatthesumof220.00betransferredfromfixedassetsaccount# -,---toSynchronizedSwimming Clubaccount# ,tomeettheneedforoneunderwaterspeaker.Submittedby:SynchronizedSwimClubSponsoredby: TonyLaPintaChairmanFinanceCommitteeSENATEACTIONPassedUnanimouslyDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober 24t 1986Room205HewittUnion ElvisRivera,S.A. resident DatesignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession13th 22October1986Bill#19PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,theenhancementofCollege-CommunityrelationsisapriorityoftheStudentAssociation,andreceptionanddinnerwillprovideforbetterinteractionbetweenstudentsandcityofficials,andthisreceptionanddinnerispartofexchangeday1986 andwillaidinenhancingcommunicationsbetweentherespectivegroups,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesum$700.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#toCommunityRelationsAccount#---Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:JimTriandiflouNels01son GregClarkGerryMastrianniSENATEACTION25yin4aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober24,1986Room205HewittUnion ElvisRivera,S.A.President /0r-2DatesignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession16thMeet ing 12November1986Bill#20PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS, Therehasbeen a noteddepletioninourStudentAssociationreserveaccounts,specificallyfixedassetsand contingencyaccounts,andtheStudentAssociationiscurrentlyprovidingtheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversity(SASU)$17,925.00, anditwould be advantageoustoreplenishtheabove mentionedaccountswiththeabove mentionedSASUallocatedfund,therefore,BeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork CollegeatOswegoherebytransfers$17,925.00 from account #906(SASU)toaccounts#915Δ (contingency andfixedassetsrespectively)intheformof ($8,962.50)toeach. Submitted by: Sp:msored by:DanSkidmoreJimDiBlasiNelsOlsonRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession17thMeeting19November 1986Bill#21WHEREAS,LOCOhasatypewriterrentalservicewhichprovidestypewritersforstudentuse,andWHEREAS,thisisavitalservicewhichstudentsuse,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,LOCOcurrentlyhas2typewritercaseswhicharebroken,makingthose2typewritersunavailabletostudents,andWHEREAS,thismeans alossofincome duetotheunavailabilityofthetypewriters,thereforeBeitenactedbytheSUNYCOSASenatethatthesumof$80beallocatedfromfixedassetsaccount#916toLOCOTypewriterRental Accriunt #806toreplacethebrokencases.SENATEACTION26yOnOaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember4,1986Submittedby:Sponsoredby:LOCONelsOlsonDATESIGNEDBYPRESIDENTRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession17thMeeting19November 1986Bill#22WHEREAS,room 213istheprimarysiteforfilmshowings,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thestatepurchasedahighqualityprojectionsystemtoshowfilms, andWHEREAS,largerspeakershavebeeninstalled,andWHEREAS,permanenttheatreseatswillbeinstalledbythestateinthefuture,andWHEREAS,anewamplifierisneededtoimprovetheaudiopresentation,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationtransferthesumof$455 fromaccount#916toaccount#topurchaseanewamplifierforPPBCinevisions.Thepricesarebrokendownasfollows:Quantity11 121ModelTOAA903TOAL-OIPTOAH-02FTOAB-OIPTOAX-OIPDescription30wattmixeramp600ohmlineinputLOZ micinput10Kohmbridginginput220KohmauxinputsubtotalFrt.&Handlingtota1Price$278.00$32.00$42.00$60.00 $21.00$433.0022.00$455.00Submittedby:PPBCinevisionsSponsoredby:JoannPalmerSENATEACTIONPassedunanimouslyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill#22Page 2PresidentoftheSenateDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember12,1986Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession17thMeeting19 November 1986Bill#23WHEREAS,JesseJacksonwas aDemocraticcandidateforPresidentoftheUnitedStatesin1984,andWHEREAS,JesseJacksoniscurrentlychairoftheRainbowCoalition,and WHEREAS, ExitpollsattherecentNovemberelectionshaveshownthatJesseJacksonisthethirdmostfavoredpotentialDemocraticnomineeforPresidentialCandidatein1988, andWHEREAS, ThereexistsanopportunitytobringJesseJacksontothecampusoftheState Univerffiity ofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoonDecember1st,andWHEREAS,Thisisarareopportunityforstudentstogetthechancetohearfirsthandsucha reknownedindividual,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegotransfer$2800toacct. #. 853fromacct. #. 99forthecostoftheprofessionalservicesofJesseJacksontoenablehimtospeakatourcampusonDecember1,1986.SENATEACTIONPassedunanimously Elvis S.A.PresidentDavidSmith,PresidentofBlackStudentUnion J:imTriandiflouSubmittedby: Sp::msored by:DatesignedbyPresident DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTNovember 20s 1986Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession17thMeeting19 November 1986Bill#24PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS, Submittedby:Sponsoredby: Theexhibit"AnExhibitionofContemporaryBrazilianArt"willbeopening off:icially inTylerHallon Decenber 5th,andMr.SheldonAustin,AssistantCultural toBrazil,hasbeen irwited tobetheguestspeakerattheopeningofthisexhibit,andMr.Austinhasalsobeeninvitedtoconductaseminaron"CulturalPluralisminBrazil"onthesamedate, and Mr.Austinhasconsentedtobetheguestspeakerandconductthe seninar freeofcharge, and AllthatisneededtobringMr.Austintoourcampus :is theplanefarefromNewYorktoOswego,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegotransfer$98toPPBmulticulturalacct.#fromacct.#forthepurposeofproVidingtravelfrom ...-----::-;NewYorktoSyracuseforMr.SheldonAustintoappearattheStateUniversityCollegeatOswego.JeffCraig,SADirectorofPublicRelationsPPBMulticulturalCommitteeJimTriandiflouSENATEACTION31yInOaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTNovember20,1986Room205HewittUnion ElvisRivera,S.A.President 2C-DatesignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession18thMeeting3 December 1986Bill#25PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationSenatehastosetdatesfortheSpringElection,andWHEREAS,TheElectionsCommitteehasagreedupondatesfortheSpringElection,thereforeBe it enactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateofSUNYCollegeatOswegothatthe1987SpringElectionschedulewillbeasfollows:February6,1987at12:00pm-PetitionsbecomeavailableattheSAofficeandallresidencehalls.February18,1987-PetitionsdueatSAofficeby3:00pm.February20,1987-Officialslatepostedat12:00pm,candidatesnotified,andcampaigningbeginsatnoon. March17,1987-Campaigningendsatallpollingplacesat8:00am. March18,1987-Electionsheldbetween10:00amand6:00pminalldorms andHewittUnion.March19,1987-Electionscontinuedbetween10:00amand4:00pminHewittUniononly.Submittedby:ElectionsCommitteeSponsoredby:JoannPalmer,ElectionsSENATEACTIONPassedunanimously.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT December-T2, 1986Room205HewittUnion_/2 7'Z__DatesignedbyPresidentOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession19th Meeting 10 December 1986Bill#26PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, TheCollegeCommunityRelationsCommittee was formed topromote understanding, agreementandcooperationbetweentheCityofOswegoandtheStateCollegeatOswego,andTheCollegeCommunityRelationsCommitteehasworkedhardinorganizingthe"SeventhAnnual OswegoWinterFestival"takingplaceFebruary1st-7thontheSUNYCOCampus,andTheWinterFestivalcannotoccurwithoutfunding,andTheCollegeCommunityRelationsCommitteehassoughtoutconsiderable financial supportfromvarioussourcesandisstill in needofadditionalfinancialsupport,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegotransfers$377.61fromcontingencyacct.#915toCollegeCommunityRelationsacct.#725forthe purPOse of funding the"SeventhAnnual OswegoWinterFestival."SENATEACTION18yIn4aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember12,1986Submittedby:Sponsoredby:JillLaceyJanetteHausler 17-/2r"s:Date si 9ned byPre si d-e-n...,.t---Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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WINTERCARNIVALEXPENSESANDINCOMEEXPENSESAdvertisementsPalladium Tfules OswegoShopper*OswegonianValleyNews*WOCRWSGOPrizesPoster/Essay*EventsTrophiesSnowSculpture&SportsPostersCertificatesBrochures*Posters(11" x17")Totalon-campusexpenses$377.61*Oncampus expenseINCOMECityofOswegoSUNYCOOffCampusServicesGreekStudentAssociationBrochureadvertisements$190.00$50.00 $89.60 $50.00 $25.00$150.00 $275.00 $250.00$50.00 $50.00$350.00$13.01$100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $700.00$1,000.00

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession19thMeeting10 December 1986Bill #27, PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,onMonday,January26,theStudentAssociationwillopentheOswegoBoxOffice(OBO)andWHEREAS,theBoxOfficewillbe openapproximatelythirty(30)hoursperweek,andWHEREAS,theBoxOfficeneedstohirefive(5)studentstoworkthesehours,andWHEREAS,atthistimetheBoxOfficeisnotabletoobtaintheservicesofwork-studypersonnel,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$1192.50betransferredfromaccount#toaccount#topayfortheservicesofOswegoBoxOfficeemployees.Beitfurtherenactedthatthetotalof$1192.50wasarrivedatasfollows:15weeks x 30hours/weekx$2.65/hour=$1192.50SUBMITTEDBY:JohnEpstein,BoxSPONSOREDBY:JimTriandiflouSENATEACTIONPassedUnanimouslyOfficeManager DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT December 12,1986Room205HewittUnion /'2-oat esig nedbyPre Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession19th fJIeeting 10 December 1986Bill#28PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,w'HEREAS,WHEREAS, WOCRisthestudentownedandoperatedradiostationoftheStudentAssociation,andWOCRiscurrentlycable-carrierradioandcanonlybeheardinthedorms, dining hallsandtheHewittUnion,andBetterserviceandenhancedreceptionwouldbetothebenefitoftheStudentAssociation,CollegeCommunityandOswego Community,andWOCRwouldliketoestablisha 100(one-hundred)wattlicensedbroadcastsystem,and A truelicensedbroadcastsystemwouldprovidetheaforementionedbetterserviceandenhancedreception,andThissystemwould expandthecurrentlisteningrangeofWOCRtoincludea25-30mileradiusofthe campus, andTherearea numberofdifferentstepsthatmustbetakenbeforesuchasystemcouldbeoperating,andThesestepsincludeafrequencysearchand/orfrequencyallocation,engineeringreport,licenseapplicationandupdating of thepresentequipnent,and A frequencysearchand/orfrequencyallocationmustbeconductedbeforeanyotherstepscanbetaken,andTheoptimaltimeforsuchasearch/allocationisduringtheupcomingwinterbreak,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoallocatethesum of $1,500.00fromacct.#toacct .. # . forthe purposeof conductingafrequency search/allocation forWOCR,andanRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill#28-continuedavailablechannelontheeducationalband.PresidentoftheSenateSubmittedby:Sponsoredby:VicGolio,Station Manager ofWOCR r.req Clark.andNelsOlsonSENATEACTIONPassed withroll callvoteDecember15,1986DATE ffvTS-RTvera, S.A.President /!J-IS--t(, OATESIGNE -=-0---="'B,.:,..y-P"'"'R=-"E=-"s"'"'I"""o'"""'E:":'"N:"::T:---MichelleTwilley r,erry MastrianniAnnetteCappelJanetteHauslerKathleenAbbottMikeStisserGregClarkJamesDiBlasiJeffRichardsonJimTriandiflouChrisKlaehnMarieMillaresLisaAdamsJudyKrebsDanSkidmoreBarryShinskeJoannPalmerChrisKrasovecKateO'ConnorLisaHarrisJimOragonettiTonyLaPintaDanny MurphyFrankKearnevNels01sen Roy IppolitoMindvReploegRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLeois1ativeSession20thMeeting28January1987Bill#29WHEREAS.SAVACwas formedtoprovidefreeemergencymedicalservicetothecollegecommunity andsurroundingareafreeofcharge,andWHEREAS, to continueprovidingprofessional,efficientservice,SAVAC'sequipmentneedstobeUPtodateandingoodcondition.andWHEREAS.SAVAC'sambulanceis7yearsold,andWHEREAS,mostexpertsagreetheyshouldbeupgradedevery3-4years,andWHEREAS,AuxiliaryServiceshasagreedtopaythemajorityofthecostthroughtheirAmbulanceReplacementfund.an'WHEREAS.SAVACwillbereceivingtradeinvalueforthecurrentambulance,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStateUniversity'ofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoStudentAssociationthatthesumof$7119betransferredfromSurplusAccount#99toSAVAC Ambulance ReplacementAccount#881tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.7Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341SUBMITTED BY:Susan Walden,SAVACchairSPONSOREDBY:Ne1s01son,JudyKrebs, JimEt;;ra onetti,Danny Murphy,DanFr en ch,Kat h1eenAbbott,/ ,SENATEACTION ____ PassedUnanimously /.ElvisRivefa,S.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTD 14,Y"/9.f'7 February9,1987 byPresident .

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLeqislativeSession20thMeeting28January1987Bill#30PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegofollowstheprinciplesofaConstitutionalDemocracv,andWHEREAS.theintegritvoftheStudentAssociationisdeterminedbyitsabilitytofollowitsconstitution-being"Agovernmentof1aws andnotofmen",and W HEREAS,t. t-e 1awswhi chgoverntheStuden t Ass0c ratLon area como1exarrayofbillsandproceduresauidedbycaselaw.aconstitutionanditsby-laws.andWHEREAS,twentyyearsofadjudicationoflaws,procedures.andcasesbytheS.A.SupremeCourtconstituteajudicialstructure,includingastatuteofS.A.commonlawandconstitutionaljurisprudence,andWHEREAS,theabsenceofa compilededitionoftheS.A.judicialstructureandlaws,resultsinaseriouslackofinformationwithinlawmakingbodiesandthestudentbodyingeneralastotherightsofindividualsandstudentgrouos,andWHEREAS,aDublishededitionofa bookcontaininaalltheinformationpertainingtothejudicialstructure,itsconstitutionalhistorycaselaw.thestatusofindividualstudentriahts,andtherightsofS.A.IIapprovedIIand"rego nized"clubsandornanizations,wouldgreatlyenhancetheoperationofS.A.guaranteeinastudentsknowledgeoftheirestablishedrights.andWHEREAS,anundertakinatowritesucha book wouldreauirethetedioustaskofresearchandanlysis.as well asdirectknowledgeoftheoroceedinasofS.A.anditsjudicialprocess,andWHEREAS,theChiefJusticeofS.A.istheheadofthebodvwhichapprovesandrecoanizesallstudentgroups,settlesallRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill#30Paae2PresidentoftheSenate disputest determinesthe an actt rulingornrocedure,andservesasChiefLeaalCounseltotheSenateoftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,theknowledqeattainedbytheChiefJusticethroughhis/heractivitiesinS.A.qualifieshim/hertoeditandauthora bookcontainingthecompletejudicialstructureofS.A.,therefore,BeitenactedbytheSenateoftheStudentAssociationthata bookcontainingtheconstitutionalcases,legalhistory.judicialoroceedinasandstructure,constitutionandby-lawsofS.A.clubsandorganizations,theprocessofaoprovalandrecognitionofstudentqroups.andexolanationandcommentary,istobewrittenbytheS.A.ChiefJustivedurinathelastsemesterwhichhe/sheoresides,orovidedthathe/shehasbeeninofficefortwoormoresemesterspriortopublication.andBeitfurtherenactedthatatotalsumof$1759,00betransferredfrom accotint toaccounttopayforthe pu-bllcation and labor-o-f"""theIlStudent AssociationJudicialCodellChiefJusticeStipend:TvpistLabor:Publicalion:Supplies:$1539.00100.0095.0025.00SUBMITTEDBY:Yuyal Bar-Kokhba L SPONSOREDBY:GerryMastrianiandTony SENATEACTION _PassedunanimouslyEl.ViSRivera,S.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 8'7 February2,1987 /DatesignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(31341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession20thMeeting28January1987atOswegoBill#31WHEREAS,WTOPCh. 10isanentirelystudentrunorganizationattheSUNYOswego Campus, andWHEREAS,WTOPCh. 10providesnotonlypracticalhandsonexperienceforstudents,butnews,sportsandweatherinformationaswellasentertainmentgearedtowardsthecollegestudent,andWHEREAS,WTOPCh. 10isoneofthelargestandmostcollegeorientedorganizations on-the campus,andconsidersitselfanefficientlyrunbusiness,andWHEREAS,ithasbecomeevidentthatWTOPCh. 10isinneedofthreepiecesofequipment,andWHEREAS,oneoftheitems,a wasstolenfromWTOPch.10studiosoverThanksgivingbreak,andWHEREAS,twootheritemsarebrokenbeyondrepairandhavebeenreturnedtotheS.A.office,andWHEREAS,oneitem,anofficetypewriterhasbeenrepairednumeroustimesandhastypeditslastsentenceandisnecessaryforWTOPCh. 10toconductitsbusinessaffairs,andWHEREAS,eachoftheseitemsareessentialtotheproperfuctioningofWTOPCh.10,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNew York CollegeatOswegothatthesumof$299.00betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount#916toWTOPCh. 10NewsAccount#610 andthesumof$493.24betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount#916toWTOPCh. 10Account#610.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill#31 Page 2PresidentoftheSenate VCRfrom GordonsofSyracuseonsale$299.00CannonAP150CorrectiveTypewriterfrom Usherwoods$493.24Total$792.24SUBMITTEDBY:KimMorellaGeneralManagerWTOPCh. 10SPONSOREDBY:NelsOlsonSENATEACTION18YOn3aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary2,1987 ElvisRivera, s:P::PreSii1t14-d-/PR.. DatesignedbyPresident Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession21stMeeting4February1987Bill#32PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationSpringElectionhastraditionallybeenheldoverthecourseof2consecutivedaysinallresidencehallsandHewittUnion,andWHEREAS,the1986SpringElectionwasheldononedayonlyasatrialbasis,andWHEREAS,thevoterturnoutfor1986 wasonly17.6%,andWHEREAS,underthepreviouslyadopted1987SpringElectionschedule,theelectionwouldoccuronMarch18,1987inallresidencehallsandHewittUnionbetweenthehoursof10amand6:00pmand on March19,1987inHewittUniononlybetween10:00amand4:00pm,andWHEREAS,holdingtheelectionfortwodaysintheresidencehallsratherthanforone dayonlywouldgreatlyincreasethe forahighervoter thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateofSUNYCollegeatOswegothatthe1987SpringElectionscheduleberevisedasfollows:March18,1987-Electionsheldbetween 10:DO amand4:00pminallresidencehallsandHewittUnion.March 19, 1987-Electionscontinuedbetween10:00amand4:00pminallresidencehallsandHewittUnion.Beitfurtherenactedthatthesumof$459.40betransferredfromAccount#toS.A.Elections Accotint #762tocoverthecostofvotingboothrentalandpollwatcherstipendsforanadditionalRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill#32 page 2 dayofvotingintheresidencehalls.ElectionsCommittee JoannPalmer,ElectionsCommitteeCo-ChairGerryMastrianni,ElectionsCommitteeCo-Chair SENATEACTIONPassedUnanimouslySUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary9,1987Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession21stMeeting4February1987Bill#33PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheNewYorkPublicInterestResearchGroup(hereafterNYPIRG)isastate-wide,non-profit,non-partisanconsumerandenvironmentaladvocacyorganization,andWHEREAS,NYPIRGisdirectedbystudents,andWHEREAS,thereareNYPIRGchaptersatmanyschoolsacrossthestate,andWHEREAS,therehasneverbeen aNYPIRGchapteronthiscampus,andWHEREAS,ANYPIRGchapterisestablishedona campusonlyafteramajorityofthestudentsvotingapproveareferendumcallingforaNYPIRGchapter,andWHEREAS,thestudentsofthiscampus haveneverbeenallowedtheopportunitytovoteonsuchareferendum,andWHEREAS,theuseofareferendumforaNYPIRGchapterisrootedinthesamedemocraticprinciplesthatleadtotheelectionofpublicofficialsandprovidecommunitygoverance,andWHEREAS,ANYPIRGchapteronthiscampus wouldofferstudentstheopportunitytobecomeinvolvedinthelegislativeprocessthroughlobbying,researching,organizingandeducating,andWHEREAS,studentshavetherightto iftheywantaNYPIRGchapteronthiscampusthroughareferendum, BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthefollowingreferendumquestionbeincludedonthenextStudentAssociationelection:Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill#33 Page 21100yousupportestablishingachapterofNYPIRG(theNewYorkPublicInterestResearchGroup)atSUNYCOthroughanincreaseofthestudentactivityfeeby$3.00perstudentspersemester?1ISUBMITTEDBY:JeffCraigSPONSOREDBY:ChrisKlaehnLisaHarrisChrisHurdJudyKrebsJannetteHauslerSENATEACTIONFailed14Y17NlARoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession22ndMeeting11February1987Bill#34PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheBlackStudentUnion wouldliketohave$2,000allocatedtotheminordertosponsortheJazz,FusionbandPointBlank,andWHEREAS,BSUfeelsthatthismusicaleventwillenhancethegeneralpublicand campus community andgiveanopportunityforpeopletofeelpartofBlackHistorymonth,andWHEREAS,thedateoftheeventis forFriday,February27th,1987,andWHEREAS,BlackHistoryMonthshouldbe a monthinwhichallstudentsgetachancetobecomeinvolved,thereforeBeitenactedthatBSUbeallocatedthe$2,000tosponsorthisevent.SUBMITTEDBY:DavidSmith,PresidentBSUSENATEACTION 10' lIN6AElvisRivera, PresidentFailedDatesignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession22ndMeeting11February1987Bill#35PresidentoftheSenate $1,# 00.001,250.00700.00 WHEREAS, OneofthepurposesoftheStudentAssociationistoprovidemusicalprograming,and WHEREAS, thisprogramingoftenincludesconcerts,dancesandthe like,and,WHEREAS, therearenotsufficientfundsavailableinthepresentPPBaccountsandplansfora RAP/Disco event, and WHEREAS, therehasbeen showntobe agenuineandlargeinterestforsuchaneventfromthemembershipoftheStudentAssociation,and WHEREAS, aneventofthistypewould addbothtothevarietyofprogramingandtotheamountofprogramingasa whole, thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthesumof beallocatedfromacct.#99toPPBconcertsacct.#tobeestablisheduponpassageofthis bill,-ror thepurposeofprovidinga RAP/Disco event, withthefollowingincomelineandbreakdownoffunds:1)ProfessionalServicesM.C. Shan and M.C.Bismark(Rappers)Leatherand Lace(Disco)CharlieChaseofPKOStudies(D.J.)2)SupportingCostsTravelingandAccomadationsLightingand SoundTotalRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341500.00 525.00 $4,675.00

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Bill#35 Page 2TUDENT SSOCIATIONIncomeLine$5.00SA/$i.oononSA-tickets400 SA/150 nonSA-attendanceincome1ine=$3,050.00PresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTIONPassed24Y6NlADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary24,1987SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:Latinos-inconjunctionwithBlackStudentUnion Danny MurphyLisaAdamsMichelleGreenRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary11,1987Bill#36PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,lastspringtheStudentAssociationSenateenactedBill#__ofthetwentyfirstlegislativesessionwhichestablishedamandatoryfeeof$7.50persemesterformatriculatedpart-timeandgraduatestudents,andWHEREAS,itisrealizedthatasignificantportionofthesestudentsdonotreceiveadequatecompensationfrompayingthisfee,andWHEREAS,thereseemstobe anextremelylargenumberofstudentswhodonotreceivebenefitsofpayingthisfeeasisevidencedbythehundredsofrequestsforrefundseachsemester,andWHEREAS,thisresultsinalargeincreaseintheamountoftime,energy,and moneythattheStudentAssociationstaffmustincurinprocessingtherequests,andWHEREAS,manytimesitisdifficulttodeterminewhetherornotanybenefitsarereceived,andWHEREAS,therehave beennumerouscomplaintsfromstudentswhoareforcedtopaythisfee,aswellasfromdepartmentchairsandadministrators,andWHEREAS,ithas beendeterminedthatthepart-timeandgraduatefeeiscurrentlyunconstitutional,andabolishingthepart-timeandgraduatefeewouldridanyquestionofunconstitutionalytherefore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,thatthemandatoryS.A.feeof$7.50persemesterbeherebyabolished.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:JohnDeighan,DirectorofFinanceTonyLaPinta,FinanceCommitteeChairBarryShinske,MichelleTwilleyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession24th Meeting 25February1987Bill#37PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, Oswego'sstudentruncampusradiostationWOCRwouldliketorequestamonetaryincentiveforthesalesdepartment,andAnincentiveisnecessarytoincreaseandmotivatesalesstafftomaintaincommitmentsandpersonal accounts. andThiswouldhelptremendouslyin meeting WOCR'sincomeline,andTodothis,WOCRrequestsa10%commissionpersaleonreceipts,andThesecommissionswouldnotonlyprovideanincentivebutalsocoverpersonalexpensesencounteredbythesalesstaff,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoallocatea15%commissiononreceiptofallmoneyfromallsalesfromacct. #. toWOCRSalesAccount#tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.--SENATEACTIONPassed23y2nOaSubmittedby:Sponsoredby:VicGolio,WOCRGeneral Manager Todd Kuhn,Sales Manager NelsOlson ....:,...... President

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession25thMeeting4 March 1987Bill#38PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationConstitutionreadsunderArticleISectionVIIPoint2,liToassessaStudentAssociationtax(thistaxshallbeuniformthroughouttheStudentAssociation).11and,WHEREAS,thecurrentfeeof$7.50forpart-timeandgraduatestudentshasbeenfoundtobenotuniformandthereforeunsonstitutional,andWHEREAS,theStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegohasestablishedthat15credithourspersemesterrepresentsfulltimeenrollment,andWHEREAS,anyfulltimeundergraduatestudentenrolledattheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegomustpaytheStudentAssociationfee,andWHEREAS,part-timeandgraduatestudentsreceivetheopportunityforbenefits,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationSenatefeelsthatpart-timeandgraduatestudentsshouldhavetheopportunitytoreceivefullrightsandbenefitsoftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationrecognizesthatthenumberofcredithoursonetakesaffectsthesebenefits,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateofNewYorkCollegeatOswegosetupauniformprogressivetaxingsystembasedoncredithourenrollmentinthefollowingformula:S.A.taxdividedby twosemestersdividedby15=numberofdollarspaidpercreditenrollmentpersemester.SUBMITTEDBY:JudyKrebsDanFrenchSPONSOREDBY:JudyKrebs,DanFrenchRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate3 3 .. p;e7sident Datesignedb0 tk/! /Elv'sRiveraSA PRESIDENTarch 31. 1987Bill#38Page 2SENATEACTION15Y9N1A PRESENTEDTOe III Ion0swego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341Room205HewittUn"

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession26thMeeting18 March 1987Bill#39WHEREAS,TheOswegoMen'sHockey teamhasmadeittotheNCAADivisionIIIFinalFourPlayoffs,andWHEREAS,thereisagreatdealofinterestandsupportforourhockeyteam andweareproudoftheiraccomplishmentsthisseason,andWHEREAS,theMen'sIntercollegiateAthleticsbudgethasinsufficientfundsatthistimetosendthemtoPlattsburghfortheplayoffs,andWHEREAS,itisexpectedthattheywillbeabletoreturnmost,ifnotall,ofthismoneyto the StudentAssociationattheendoftheyearthroughsavingsfromthespringsports,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateattheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,transferthesumof$1480 fromaccount#99toMIAHockeyAccount#332.Brokendownasfollows:MealsLodgingTota1 820 660 1480SUBMITTEDBY:JohnDeighan,DirectorSPONSOREDBY:NelsOlsonBarryShinskeMichelleTwilleySENATEACTIONPassedunanimouslyofFinance tiriS/1cL ElvisRivera,S.A.PresidentRoom205HewittUnionDatesignedbyPresident-----------------Oswego,NewYork13126DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch24,1987Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession27thMeeting25March 1987Bill#40PresidentoftheSenateBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateofSUNYCOthatthefollowingbeacceptedastheresultsofthe1987StudentAssociationElection:SAPresident-AnthonyLaPintaSAVicePresident-JamesTriandiflouAuxiliaryServicesBoardSeniorSeatJuniorSeat-AtLargeSeat-FacultyAssembly-SenatorialSeats:MariaFeyDianeCostlowRobWoodMikeMarranoCayuga-JanetteHauslerDwayneSkeeteFunnelle-GerryMastrianniC.BruceGreenHart-MichellePettitJimDragonettiJohnson-LisaAdamsMackin-MichelleJonesMindyReploegOneida-JohnNaughtonBarryShinskeOnondaga-CharlyeneSherman DavidJonesMarlonMoseleyRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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Bill#40 Page 2TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSUBMITTEDBY:TheElectionsCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:GerryMastrianniRiggs-Scales-Seneca-Waterbury-Off-Campus-SENATEACTIONPassedbygeneralconsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch31,1987PeterGilesTinaHynesFrankKearneyTimothyUnderhillCollinBarnesMichaelStisserPatrickKarnathKateO'ConnorPeterHagertyRobertSteindlerWilliamSmithDuaneKempJeffreyFranzelElvisRivera,S.A.PresidentDatesignedbyPresident(} L Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession27thMeeting25March 1987Bill#41PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,DialecticaisaStudentAssociationrecognizedorganization,andWHEREAS,Dialecticahasrecentlybeenre-activatedinthespringsemesterbystudentsofthephilosophydepartment,andWHEREAS,DialecticawasnotfundedinthenormalStudentAssociationfundingprocedure,becauseofitsinactivity,andWHEREAS,DialecticahasanopportunitytobringProfessorGlynRichardsoftheUniversityofStirling(Scotland)tospeaktotheOswegoStudentBody, andWHEREAS,itisacceptedpracticetogivespeakersanhonoriarumasastokenofgratitude,andWHEREAS,Dialecticahasnofunds,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegotransferthesumoffiftydollarsfromsurplusaccounttoDialecticaaccounttobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.BeitenactedfurtherthatDialecticawillmake abudgetrequesttothesenatefortherestofthefiscalyear.SUBMITTEDBY:DialecticaSENATSEPoANcSTorRoENDBY: Passedunanimously q ElvisRivera.S.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT WJi-'ir7 March31,1987 Datesigned byPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession27thMeeting25March 1987Bill#42PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,The Reaganadministrationhasproposeda45%cutinFederalFinancialAidprograms,andWHEREAS,thesecuts,ifenacted,wouldseverelycurtailtheopportunityofmanystudentstopersuetheirhighereducation,andWHEREAS,thousandsofstudentsatSUNYCollegeatOswegoalonewould beaffectedbythesecuts,andWHEREAS,onApril1,1987theStudentAssociationatOswegowishestomaximizethestudentinvolvementinthisactivity,andWHEREAS,fundsareneededto fromOswegotoSyracuse,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateofSUNYCOthatthesumof $100.00 betransferredfromaccount#toaccount#tobeestablishedupon passage ofthisb TIT .This$100.00isbr0kendownasf0110ws: 200twominutecallstoSyracuseat$.50percall.SENATEACTIONPassedbygeneralconsentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch31,1987SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:TheExecutiveBranchJimTriandiflou ElvisRivera,S.A.President J-J f 'if'7 DatesignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341,3601

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TU,DENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUAiversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 22nd'Legis1ativeSession27thMeeti,ng25March 1987Bill#43PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheCareerPlanningandPlacementCenterissponsoringa aCareerNightCohferenceonApril2,1987,andWHEREAS, many companyrepresentativesandvisitingprofessionalsfromthesurroundingareawillbeattendingthisconference,andWHEREAS,thisconference,whichisopentothecampuscommunityandalumniofOswego,willprovidethemwithanopportunitytogainvaluableinformationina widerangeofcareerfields,andWHEREAS,sincethesevisitingprofessionalsarenotrecelvlngpaymentbutaredonatingtheirtimeand tothecommunityandalumniofOswego, andWHEREAS,thustheCarreerPlanningandPlacementCenterwouldliketoshowtheirgratitudebyprovidingthesepersonswithadinnerthatwillbegivenaftertheCareerNightConferenceinreturnforthetimetheyhavedonated,andWHEREAS,theCareerPlanningandPlacementCenterwouldliketorequestforthefundingof$400toassistinthecostofprovidingsuchadinner,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateofthe State UniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$400betransferredfromAccount#toAuxiliaryServicesAcc0unt#295590-. -SUBMITTEDBY:MarkTrombleySPONSOREDBY:JudyKrebsSENATEACTIONFailed3Y13N2ARoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession27thMeeting25March1987Bill#44PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationmusthaveabalancedbudget,thereforeBeitenactedby the StudentAssociationSenateofSUNYCOthattheS.A.feeberaised$5.00.TheS.A.feewillnowbe$100.00($50.00intheFalland$50.00intheSpring).SUBMITTED BY:ElvisRivera-S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONAllminutesforthe22nd Legislative SessionunlessotherwisestatedwererespectfullysubmittedbyPresidentoftheSenateJeffreyS.Craig.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril2,1986Agenda1.Calltoorder2.SwearinginofthenewSenate3.RollCall4.Approvalofminutes5.Approvalofagenda6.ExecutiveReportsElvisRiveraRob Wood7.FinanceReportJeffJones8.SpecialOrders9.NewBusiness10.AnnouncementsandPublicComment11.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssocaitionStateUniversityCollegeSenatendLegislativeSession1stIVleetingApril i, 1986MinutesContinuationofthe25thMeetingfromThursdayMarch13th-forthepurposesofbudgethearings.CollegeChoirmusicaccountwaspassedasreccommendedbythebudgetcouncilat$200.00.Folderaccountwasraisedfromthebudgetcouncil'sreccommendationof-0-to$50.00.BitandSpirwasfundedasfollows:thegeneraloperationsaccountwasfundedatlastyear'sallocationof$116.40,keepingwithpresentleveloffunding.TheTransportationaccountwasfundedasrequestedat$1,037.40.TheEntryfeesandtollsaccountwasfundedat$530.00,anincreasefromthereccommendationof$480.00.MealsandLodgingwerefundedasreccommendedat$1,110.00.Themeetingwasadjournedat6:45.The26thMeetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:45.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:Sabhini,BarryMacLaughlin,LisaWaldeyer,PaulMcManus,NelsOlsen,SallyAnnCronk,proxy.MichelleBottini,MaheshPattiCoti,AndrewBehrend,andJackieJohnsonwithaTheagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bills60and61wereputonspecialorders,bill58waswithdrawn.TheMinuteswereapprovednotingthespellingofRobert Ziegler's name.AnnouncementsandpUblicComment -TomChapmanpassedaway,wouldliketosendaresolutiontohiswifeCindyfromtheStudentBody.CommitteeReportsRules-Speakonthebillsastheycomeup.Finace-Speakonthebillsastheycomeup.Elections-Theelectionwentsmoothly, thank youtoallwhohelped.StudentServices-NoReport.CommuniteeRelatiDhS205 no.I';l;:1lJOI't. KoomHewittUrnonOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateApril2,1986page2SpecialOrdersBill61 -JoannPalmerspokeinfavorofthebillstatingtheelectionsresults.MikeNemecekurgedthatinthefuturetheAssociationgobacktoatwodayelectionprocess,duetothelowturnoutthisyearofabout18%.MarkDanielssaidthatpeopledidn'tknow howtorightinforapersonandtheywerenottold.JoannPalmersaidthattheelectionscommitteewenttoextratroubletoputpostersupbothinandoutsideofthemachinesonhowtowriteinacandidate.MarionColissaidthatshetoldthepeopleinherhallhowtowriteinanditworked,peopledidwritein.Bill61passedbyavoteof23y,On,Oa.AftertheVoteDeanWassenaarsaidthathehadsomeofthesameconcernsthattheSenatehadvoiced.Bill60 -thisbillconcerningthebottomlineonthebudgetfor1986-7showedabottomlineof$608,096.87.Thisbottomlineincludesthefeeincreaseof$5.00andaparttimefeeof$7.50persemester.ThisbudgetwillleavethestudentAssociationwitha$16.13surplus.thebillpassedbyavoteof23y,On,Oa.UnfinishedBusinessBill56-ConcerningalawonLibelontheS.A.Books,TheRulescommitteecouldnotfindanypastlegislationonLibelonourbooks.TheCommitteepassedthebill,thoughtheythoughtitwasabitvague.MikeNemeceksaidthatthisbillwouldallowtheS.A.SupremeCourttohearcasesconcerningLibelandmakeadecision.TimMurphywasagainstthebill.PaulBurnsspokeagainstthebill,sayingthattheCourtdoesnot exist tosettlepettydisagreements,itsamatterofpurposeastowhatthecourtshouldbehandling,leaveissuestotherealcourts.DanFrenchwasalsoagainstthebill.JohnEganaskedifitwaswisetolettheS.A.SupremeCourthavethepowertoremoveS.A.recognitionorpriviledges.KenBogardsaidthattheramifacationsofthisbillarevastandominous,heurgedtheSenatetofailthebill.JulioGraciasaidthatthiswouldputLibelontheBooksofS.A.TheBillFailedbyavoteof7y,15n,3a.BIll59-ThisbillraisingtheS.A.fulltimeundergraduatefeeto95dollarsfrom$90waspassed23y,la.Manyagreedthat$95isstillthebestbarginaroundasfarasS.A.feesgo.Resolution12-ThisbillconcerningtheCommunityCleanupwaspassedbyavoteofacclamation,theresolutionwillbesenttotheresidenthallsandHousing.Resolution14-Thisresolutionsupportingthe9thOpenHouseofthecollegewaspassedbyavoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateApril2,1986,page3ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaMadePresidenialCitationsfordedicationtoS.A.OneofWhichwenttoTerrenceKenealyforservingfor2yearsinthesenateandtakingtheVicePresidentPositionthisspring.TheOthercitationwasgiventoCyndiDonovanforhercontinueddedicationtotheStudentAssocaition.Julio'slastexecutiveactionwastoputapurchaseorderinfortheStudentAssocaitiontoadoptachild.JuliosaidthatasthechildgrowssowillthestudentAssocaition.Resolution15-ThisResolutionthankingJulioGraciaforhisdedicationtotheofficeofpresidenttotheStudentassocaiationpassedbyavoteofacclamation.The21stLegislativeSessionwasadjournedat8:30.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril9,1986Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsElvisRiveraRobWood6.FinanceReportJeffJones7.SpecialOrders8.NewBusinessBill19.AnnouncementandPublicComment10.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate Stlident AssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate?2ndLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril2, 1985Offic" oftl."'1Iic,,-p,,,giJmtatOswep:o MinutesThefirst meetinE: ofthe22nd Ler,islative Sessionwascalledto oreerat J):05.ThefollowingweresworninasSenatorsforthe22ndLegislativeSession: Diane Samson,Gerry Michdle Twilley,TonyLaPinta,KateSchmitt, Patti Cote,JoannPalmer, TodCl Beil,Judy Krel:::s, James Triandiflol1, NelsOlson,Jeff Richardson, JoanPace,JeffZayicek,GregClark,Cyndi Suapengco,Mari::t Millares, Daniel Skidmore,Colleen McHale, MarkDaniels,MikeNemecek,PaulBurns,WendyMiller.Seatsremainvacant.EXECUTIVEREPORTSElvisRivera-Welcome,.bothnewandreturningSenators,IntroducedTomLonnquist,Director 6 theHewittUnionandAdvisortoStudentAssociation,also introdeced DeanofStudentsDeanWassenaar.AnnouncedthatMariaFeyandRobertBarrettwillbehisassistants. Announced. thatSAV ACwillnotbeinserviceMon.throughFri.fromSam-4pm, thocghduring thistimeperiodtheSAVAC number canbedialedandthecallwillbe patched throughtoOswegoFireDepartment.Thereisachargeforthisserviceof$75foroncampuscalls,>$25forcallsfromMakinandoffcampus.TomChapmanpassedawayjustbeforthebreak,therewillbe a resolutioncomingsoon.TheacademicevaluationsDirectorposition(S.A.position)isopen.RobWood -TheCommitteeswillbefunctioningshortly,reminder-everysenatormustbeonatleastoneCommittee.HappeningsforPPBareasfollows:Fri.Apr.4,FineArts,LateGreatLadiesofJazz,8pmBallroom;Sat.Apr.5,Thirdworld,TrinidadTripoliSteelBandwIISADinner,6pmBallroom;FrioApr.4&Sat.Apr.5,Cinevisions,DesperatelySeekingSusan,7&9:30213Union;FrioApr.11&Sat12th,Cinevisions,MadMaxBeyond The Thunderdorne,7 &9: 30213Union;Sat.Apr.12,Impromptu,HarlemWizards,7pmLakerHall;Tues.Apr.15,Cinevisions,WoodyAllen7&9:30213Union.Welcomeaboard,hopewe(Senate)canworktogetherasaunit.FINANCEREPORTJeffJones-PPBpresentsZebraliveinconcertonApril20inlakerhall tix':,vHll be$5 and $8.Tixcanbepurchasedatcheckcashing.ApplicationswillbeavailableMonApr.7,fortheS.ApositionsofDirectorofFinanceandAssistantDirectorsofFinance,applicationswillbeavailableintheS.A.office.ANNOUNCEMENTANDPUBLICCOMMENTRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateApril9,1986page2 Off CampusAssociationapplicationsforallpositionsarestillavailabletilFrioApr. Z 4th.Interviewswilltakeplacenextweek-Apr.7-CommunityCleanUpisthisSat.atNoon,meetattheMcCrobieBuilding.-StudentDirectorpositionapplicationsdeadlineisthe9th.Applications ate availableintheUnionMainOffice.Payis$4perhour.-DonnaBelimywasleftofftheElectionresults,SheisthenewSASUDelegate,Congradulations!!Meetingwasadjournedat6:25RespectfullySubmitted, ElaineBurgess,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22nciLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril16,19861.Calltoorder2.RollCall3.Approvalofminutes4.ApprovalofAgenda5.ExecutiveRepoI1tsElvisRiveraRobWood6.FinanceReportJeffJones7.SpecialOrders8.NewBusinessBill2,Bill39.UnfinishedBusinessBill1 Office of 'Vice-presiJent atOswegoAgenda10.AnnouncementsandPublicComment11.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversity College Senate 22m3 Le[.islativeSession2ndMeetingApril9,1986MinutesThe 2ndMeeting ofthe 22nc. LegislativeSessionwas called toorderat {-,:n5. Thefollowingweresworn inas senatorsforthissession: :R_oyIppolito, PalllMcManus,TerrenceKenealy,AndrewBehrend,JimDiblasi,TonyRogers,DanMinzner, and DonnaBellan y .There were noSenatorsrecordedabsent,thoughtherewasoneoffcampusseatvancant,thusnobindingbusinesscouldtakeplace. REPORTSElvisRivera-StatedhisgoalsasincreasingtheinvolvrnentandinterestinS.A.,toproduceapampletduringtheSummertobehandedoutatfinalregistration,explainingallaspectsoftheStudentAssociationanditsofferingstothestudentbody;wouldliketolook in totheservicesforthehandicapedstudentssuchasatutoringprogram;wouldliketochangetheadddropdate-extendit;lookintominorityrecruitmentandretention,272newminoritystudentsareexpectedtoattendOswegoStateintheFall.IfyouareanewSenatorpleaseseeElvisinordertointroduceyourselfetc.PositionsfortheDirectorofFinanceandAssistantDirectorsofFinanceareopenfornextyear,applicationsaredueintheS.AofficeApril17,1986.ThepositionsforS.A.CheckCashingTellersfornextFallareopen,thereare7opennings.ConcerningthePubCrawl,goingtoworkonthereimplimentationoftheserviceovertheSummer,thoughitwillnotbethePubCrawlasweknowit.Centrohassaidthattherewillbesecurityonthebus,therewillalsobeachargeforstudentsridingthebusofprobably$.25.RobWood -SaiditwasimportantforeachandeverySenatortoknowRobert'sRules,forsmoothmeetings.CollegeCommunityCleanupwasasuccess,over100studentsparticipatedintheevent.PatrickCoxoverintheStudentAdvismentCentersaidthatthereareonly86studentsregisteredashandicappedhereatOswego,heestimatesthatthereareatleast200.Hesaidthereisaneedforatutoringprogram,itwouldneedfinancing.SpecialOrdersResolutions1and2wereaddedtospecialordersintheAgenda.BothconcerningCondolencestothefamilyandfriendsoftheLateDr.ChapmanandDr.Spenko,werepassedbyaVoteofAcclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateApril16,1986page2 Offic" of '1/ic,,-pl'uiJ"nt TheMeetingwasreccessedfor10minutesat6:40,becauseoftheproblemofavacantseatwhichkeptthebodyfromcontinuingwiththebusiness,someoftheSenatorspresentwantedtohearbill1,whichwasbindinglegislation.TheMotiontoreccesswaspassedbyavoteof18y,l3n,1a.MotionCarried.Themeetingwascalledbackintosessionat6:50,whenRobWoodwentoverthecontentsoftheSenatorinformationpackets.ANNOUNCEMENTSANDPUBLICCOMMENT -OCAisproudtopresentkeyboardistChrisEllardonThursdayApril17th,Juggler,JoelHarrisonFridayApril18th,StateSingersonTues.April22nd,andGuitaristReneeOverdykeonFrioApril25th.TheMeetingwasadjournedat7:10.RespectfullySubmitted, llaifiUYJA Elaine ,v C{;Jrk Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession4thMeetingApril23,1986Agenda1.Calltoorder2.RollCall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvalfominutes5.ExecutiveReportsEIvisRiveraRobWood6.FinanceReport7SpecialOrders8.NewBusinessBill49.UnfinishedBusinessBill310.AnnouncementsandPublicComment11.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate E:tudent Association E,tc.te UniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril16,19 86 Offic" of 1/ic,,-pruiJ".. tatOswego The3rd meeting ofthe22nd.LegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat 6:05. Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:NelsOlson,Cyndi Suapengco,r,1ark Daniels, Pal;! McManus,WendyMiller,TonyRogers.Theminuteswhereapprovedunchanged.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bills1and2 werewithdraV'iTI, Announcementsandpubliccommentweremovedtoafterthefinancereport.EXECUTIVEREPORTSElvisRivera-ThePubCrawlwillbereinstatedinthefall,therewillbetwobuses,studentswillbeexpectedtopayasmallfeetoridethebus,like.OffDutypoliceofficerswillbeservingastheguardserviceonthebuses.ThelibelitywillstaywithCentro,soStudentAssociationdoesn'thavetoworryaboutthatissue.Thinkingofrunningoneofthebusesasashuttle,thatwouldonlygotoWaterStreet,theotherwould go tothePlaza.Questionwasaskediftheguardwillbearmed,theanswerwasyes,offdutypoliceofficersarerequiredtocarryafirearm.-AppointedLauraDonnellyOCADirectorfornextyear.MikeWillisistheCollegeCouncilrep.fornextyear,saidthattheCouncilservesastheBoardofTrustiesoftheCollege,therearetenmembers,theCouncilmakereccommendationstothePresidentoftheCollegeandtotheSUNYBoardofTrustiesconcerningthiscollege.Theymaketheregulationsconcerningstudentconduct,reviewallmajorplanshereatthecollege.TheCouncilmeetsbimonthly,meetingsareopentothepublic.Mike'stermrunsfromJuly1-June30.SupremeCourtReport-Yuval(Hehasnolastname-justkidding)Explainedthat the SupremeCourtistheJudicialBranchoftheStudentAssociation,itapprovesorganizationsforfunding.The.courtdeterminesconstitutionality...ManyoftheS.A.Electionsinthepast.ExplainedthatNYstateLibelLawinnotbindingonthecourt, wob't dealwithissuesconcerninglibel.EbestosCommitteeReport-Yuval,Statehasallocated 49 milliondollarstostartthecleanupof asbestoll aroundtheSUNY System, Oswegoishighonthelist.TheCommitteereccommendsthatallareaswithbelockedandlabeledbothoutsideandinside-Warning;Restrictedtocertifiedpersonnelonlv.ThereareopenningsonStudentConductCommittee-SeeElvis.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONAprilPresidentoftheSenate1986Page2RobWood -WelcomedComm.240class.-SentaroundasignupsheetforpeferenceonS.A.Committees.DeanWassenaarthankedtheSenatefortheparticipationinOpenHouse,therewereapproximately2800visiters,alotacceptedaddmissionthatday.FINANCEREPORTJeffJones-ZebraandOutfieldonSunday$5S.A.$8nonS.A.-May4,GeorgeThoroughgood$8S.A.$13NonS.A.SeniorClamBakeandDirtDaywillbecombinedthisyear,willbeatSilverLake,12 -7pm,onlyover21canattendallthefoodandbeeryouwant-May18th.ApplicationsforDirectorofFinanoeandAssistantsaredueThursdayApril17.CheckCashingtellersapplicationsaredue17thatnoon.$719.50wastransferedfromManagementContingencyAccounttopayforSAVAC'sinsuranceincrease.Senateapprovedbyvoteof23y,on,Oa.ANNOUNCMENTSANDPUBLICCOMMENTOCApresentsGuitaristReneeOverdykeonFri.April25th.OffCampusStudentRecognitionDinnerisApril24thatWineCreekInnwithBand'IOfftheShelf"cashbar,tickets$9.00.TomLonnquist-StudebakerMimeSat.Apr.19,$4.50S.A.$6.50NSA,EastmanBrassQuartetMay4thballroom,$4.50SA,SwanLake$8Adults$2.50SUNYstudents.DanFrench-HadbluecardstobesenttoMarioCuomoconcerningAbestos,saidthatyouhave3yearsforlegalrecourse,shouldbe3yearsafterdiscovery,notexposure,sincesometoxicsubstancestakeyearstodiscover.WillhaddelivertoMarioCuomoandJohnMcHughonMay6.MotionforelectionofProTern.TonyLaPinta,JoannPalmer,TerryKenealy were<: nominated,Joannreclined,TerrywaselectedPresidentProTem.Meetingwasadjournedat7:25 Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession5thMeetingApril30,19861.Calltoorder2.RollCall of prudent atOswegoAgenda3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approval of minutes5.ExecutiveReportsElvisRiveraRobWood6.FinanceReportJeffJones7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelations8.SpecialOrders9.NewBusiness10.OldBusiness11.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate LegislativeSession fth MeetingApril 1986 013Office of atOswegoMinutesThe4thMeetingofthe22ndLegislativewascalledtoorderat6:05.TheFollowingwererecordedasbeingabset:GerryMastriani.KateSchmidt. Nels Olson.MariaMillares.DanFrench.MarkDniels.AndyBehrend.Theagendawasapprovedwiththe followin:> changes:Bill4waswithdrawn.TerryKenealysponsoredbill3.TheminuteswereapprovedwiththecorretionthatJoannPalmerdeclinedfromthenominationforpresidentProTem.EXECUTIVEREPORTSElvisRivera-ConcerningthePubCrawl.Crawlwithaarmedguardonit. September20.1986willbethe0ConcerningtheEbestosproblemwarningsignspostedoutsideofTherewillbealetterwritingcaandThurs.April30.&31.NeeIntroducedDavidSmith.SASU.aidthathewillnotallowtheretobeaPubtheguardmustbeunarmed.ientationoftheSenateatFallbrook.ereoncampus.Elvisislookingintohaving11hazardousareas.paignConcerningFinancialAidCutsWed.Volunteerstohelpout.hirdWorldmemberDelegate.RobWood-SomeSenatorshavenotchooseacommitteeasofyet.pickoneandgettowork.oronewillbepickedfryou.-AppointedthefollowingasComm"tteeChairpersons:PattiCote.CommunityRelations.ColleenMcHale-StudntServices.JoannPalmer Elections.TerryKenealy-Rules.andTonLaPinta-Finance.Meetingsforallcommitteeswillbtakingplacesoonsogetintouchwiththechairofyourcommitteefortmesanddates.OLDBUSINESSBill3 -TliJ:is billwasamendedbythesubittertohavingtheupperlimitofcashinga apayrollcheckas$125.00mondaythruthrsday.andthelimitonFriday$50.00.JeffJonessuggestedsomechangesasfolios:changetheceilingto$100.00.makesurethebillsaysstudentAssociationpayr11checks.StateChecksandAuxiliaryServicesChecks.andthattheceilingonfidaysbethesameonthedayspriortoholidaysandCollegeVacations.JeffSuggstionswereacceptedacceptforthe$100.00ceiling.ColleenMcHalemadeaformalarnedmentforthe$100.00ceiling.MikeNemecekspokefortheamendment.TerryKenealysokeagainstit.Theamendmentpassed.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateApril 1986Page2Bill3concerningtheraIsmgtheceilingforpayrollcheckscashedatcheckcashingpassedbyavoteof25y,On,Oa.ANNOUNCEMENTSANDPUBLICCOMMENT -BloodMobilewillbehereApril29and30from10:00to3:45.GeorgeThorogoodConcertisMay4th,tixaregoingfast,SA$8,NSA$13,Concertstartsat9pm. May2isPPB'sannualMayDay.-PositionofProgrammerisstillopenforOCA.-May4ththerewillbeafireworksdisplayonglimmerglassat8:00beforetheGeorgeThorogoodconcert.Meetingwasadjournedat6:45.RespectfullySubmitted,Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONDuetothefactthattherewasnoSenateClerkorafullSenatetherearenominutesforthe5thand6thmeetingsoragendaforthe7thmeeting.PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession6thMeetingMay7,1986 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.RollCall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvalofminutes5.ExecutiveReportsElvisRiveraRobert 6.FinanceReportJeffJones7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelations8.SpecialOrders9.NewBusinessBill#6Bill#710.UnfinishedBusinessBill#511.OldBusiness12.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember17,1986 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.SwearinginofthenewSenate3.RollCall4.Approvalofminutes5.Approvalofagenda6.ExecutiveReportsRobWoodElvisRivera7.FinanceReportJohnDeighan8.Specialorders9.OldbusinessBill#710.NewbusinessBill#811.AnnouncementsandPublicComment12.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate22ndLegislativeSession7th Meeting 10 SeptEmber1986OswegoMinutesThe7th Meeting ofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6: 00p'll. Thiswasthefirst meeting oftheFall'86semester.Presentatthe meeting were:TonyLaPinta, Jim Dragonetti,ChrisKlaehn,ScottShefkowitz,GaryShuster,JanetteHausler,AnnetteCapel,JamesTrianiflou,JeffRichardson,JudyKrebs,ColleenMcHale,MariaMillares,GregClark,DanielSkidmore,RoyIppolito,JamesDiBlasi,JoannPalmer, GerryMastrianni,andNelsOlsen. Many seatsremainvacant,soillbusinesswasconducted.EXECUTIVEREPORTSElvisRivera,President-Elviswelcomedbackallsenators.-announcedthatWeekend BusService(formerlyPubCrawl)beganagainlastweekend.Heexplainedthattheroutsaredifferentthantheyusedtobe,passedoutahandouttoexplainthenewservice, am thankedRob,JohnandJefffor getting thebusservicesetoverthesummer .-Elvisannouncedthathewillpostalistofthepeopleappointedtotheoff-campussenateseatsonFriday,September12,outsidetheSA office. -Elvisexplainedthatbusinesscouldnotbeconductedtovacanciesinthesenate.Approx.halfoftheon-campusseatsarestillvacantatthispoint,hopefullyallvacancieswillbefullbynextWednesdayandbusinesswillbeabletobeconducted.-ElvisannouncedthattheSenateRetreatmightberescheduledfromSept.20toSept.27.John Deighan, Directorof FinanceJohnwelcomedbackallsenators. -JohnappointedtwoAssistantDirectorsof Finance, TomRussoandBarbKavavit.One moreAssistantpositionisavailable,applicationsareavailableintheSAOffice,interviewswillhopefullybeconductedintwoorthreeweeks.-Johnexplainedthatthisisthefirstfullsemesterwiththenew computersystem,andthe Finance Departmentis trying tointegratetheoldwaysintothenewcomputersystem.-JohnspokeaboutthenewUniversiytBoxOffice,targetingNov.1stasthe opening day.PositionareavailablefortheBoxOffice.SAwill ''::A;,'-V--+--------"Room 205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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John Deighan (con't)-paythemanagerandassistant manager salary,theother willbeworkstudy.Thisservicewillbeavailableforanyeventreqm.I'lngtickets.-EquipmentboughtlastsemesterfortheCornerStoreendedupinaslightmess.Whenthecompany cametoremovethe old, broken eguipnent, theyremoved acoolerthatwas good, insteadoftheonethatwasbroken.Thereseemstobenorecourse,onlytogoout and getareplacement.-Thereportonthelastfiscalyearshouldbebackfromtheauditorssoon.Rob Wood, VicePresident-Robagainmentionedthesenatevacancies. Also, hewantstoseethecommitteesrollingassoonaspossible.-Rob emphasiZedthatPub Crawlisonatrial basis,and askedthatallsenatoresexpressthistothepeopletheyrepresent.Last week, allwentsmoothly.-FaCUltyAssembly-hopefully,soonwewillhavereprocitywiththeFaCUltyAssembly,althoughitwillrequireaconstitutionalamendment.ThiswillincludeavotingseatonalltheFA -Legalaidswillmovefromtheirpresent office withtheSupremeCourttotheoldsenateoffice.-Beginningwithnext week, thenewSenate Binqiers willbeavailableforall.DeanWassenaarsaid:ThebottomofLakerHallisentirelyclosed off, theasbestosdowntherewillbeencapsulatedtoremovethepotentialhealth hazard. Enrollmentis up, approx.300studentshigherthanplanned.Thisrepresentsasuccessfuladmissionsprogram.Thisis go>d when comparedtosomeof .. theotherSUNY's.Therehasbeenatwofoldincreaseinminorityenrollmentinthefreshmen class,also, therearemoreNon'Trads.Therehasbeenfour rrajor projectsgoingononcampus.l)New ice, lighting,boards,etc.inRomney.2)$1millionhadbeenspentonsafetyimprovements.3)Thesteamlineonthewest Part of campus: isbeingfixed.4)Thedaycarecenteriscoming along, itwillhopefullyopenOct.1st.-Robsaid that senatemeetingsmightbeheldinthecenterofthe 2m flooroftheUnionfora while,and then hop$fully thesenatewillgoontheroad.-Thefreshmanhandbookwillbedeliveredtothosewhoordered it, totheir homes, onOct.1st. JeffCraigdiscussedVoterRegistration.Approx. 460peoplewereregisteredatFinalRegistration.The weekof Sept. 22ndisNationalVoterRegistration Week, askedallsenatorsto help withtheVoterReg.TomLonnquistsaid:The Campus InfoI'l'ffitionChannEH is wotking, gothroughthenewreservationsystemtouse it,and pleaseidouseit.Aboutsafety,'Ibmurgedpeopletousecommon isense, SEEP am travelinpairsatnight.PPBisdoinganexcellentjobatcomingupwithaprogram.TherehavebeentoadditionstotheMain Office staff:SuePollardhasreplaceLaurieMcNamara, and TyroneHolms half beenhiredasthenewassistantdirectorofpersonel.Don Harrison. isnowtheassociatedirectoroftheunion.Aboutfundraisers,thereisnowaconcession.stan::lavailabletouseasafundraiserforthemoviesshowninthe uniqn. Thereareapprox. 12.,...13 two weekblocksavailabletosignup for. JohnDeighansaidthatrefrigeratorsarestill available.Also, Program FundhearingsareSept.27th& :28th. ApplicationsforfundingaredueSept.23rdattwelvenoon. .

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RobWood(con't)-Robaskedallsenatorstogetthelistoftheleadersoftheirrespectivedorms, andalsorequesteda copyoftheconstitutionforeach dorm, andwhenthedormcouncilmeetingsare.-Robentertainedamotionforadj ourrrrnent at7:30.It was somovedandseconded.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndlegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember24,1986 Agenda1.CalltoOrder2.RollCall3.Approvalofminutes4.Approvalofagenda5.ExecutiveReportsRobWoodElvisRivera6.FinanceReportJohnDeighan7.CommitteeReports8.OldBusinessBill#7Bill#89.SpecialOrders10.NewBusinessBill#911.AnnouncementsandPublicComment12.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatSenate 22ndLegislativeSession8thMeeting17 September 1986 Offico:of'lIice-prudent OswegoMinutesThe8thmeetingofthe 22n::l LegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:Ilpm.Absent wasErica Lakin. Oneseatfrom Onondagaremainedvacant,so nobusinesscouldofficiallybeconducted.Supreme CourtCheifJusticeYuvalBarKokhba sworeinthenewsenators.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged. The Agenda wasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bill#8was movedtoSpecialOrders,and,JanetteHauslerpickedupsponsorshipofBill#7.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRobWood--AdamSeary,DirectorofOCTannouncedthattherewillbetripsdownstateforYomKippurandRosh Hashana,andalsoaskedthesenatorsforideastoimproveOCT. -{)onHarTison, wasintroduced,nowAssociateDirectorofHewittUnion. -Sue Walden,chairoftheBoardofDirectorsofSAVACspokeofthelackofrespectshown bystudentstoSAVAC. Last night,theambulance wasvandalized,thebackwindow was smashed,etc.The ambulancewillbeoutofservicefora fewdays.SAVACisfeelingtheeffectsofstudentapathy.SAVACgotacalltorespondtoacallataparty, am wasaskedtomovetheambulancedownthestreetbecauseitdidn'tlook"cool"tohavetheambulanceparkedoutsidetheparty.SueaskedallthesenatorstogototheirconstituentsandexplainSAVAC)theimportantservicetheyprovide,andtheneedforvolunteers.Call341-4003ifinterested,orstopby theli' location@35TylerHall.Noexperienceisrequired. ...,.Dean Wassenaar,DeanofStUdents,mentionedseveralthingsregardingthe125thAnniversary:theTylerHallexhibit,ChancellorWharton'saddressonOct.10th,andthe125thBaIlonOct.25th.HealsoaskedthesenatorsaboutwhataretheygoingtodoaboutSAVAC.-RobaskedthesenatorstosignupforVoterRegistration.Also,heexplainedtwoincidentsthatoccuredonPub CraWlthispast weekem. He remimed everyonethatthisserviceison ci.trialbci.sis. Ifthebusserviceiscancelled,itwillbea long walkhomeinthewinter.Thisserviceisclosetobeingcancelled.OnFridaynight,thedriverhadtopulloveratPublicSafetyandhaveanofficeremptythebUS, andonSaturdaypeoplewere making asceneabout having topay fortheride.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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RobWood(con't.)-Allsenatorswereaskedtosignupforacommittee,fourcommitteesfornowwillholdoffontheelectionscommittee:StudentServices,Rules, Financeand CommunityRelations.SeveralAdHoccommittees:Aux.ServicesReview, Add/DropPolicyandAsbestos.-ElectionofProTemporewillbenextweek.ElvisRivera'The SenateRetreatwillbepostponeduntilsometimeinNovember. -Exchange DaywillbeintownonOct.27th,andhereonOct.29th. -'The SASUdelegateresigned,positionopen,seeElvis. -'The criteriaforOff-CampusSenatorappointments was mainlyenthusiasim.-Asbestosisisstillbeinglookedinto.-AboutTimepieces,offcampuspeopleespeciallyare bWl1llling, disappointedthatthere,'isnodinnerotherthatCooperavailabletostudents.Also,peopleare bWl1llling aboutthepricesforcatering.John DeighanProgram Budgetrequestsarestillavailable,deadlineis12:00 noononTuesday, sept. 23rd.-Stilllookingfor Eox Officepersonel.-$26.00 was takenoutofmanagementcontingencyaccount thissWl1lller forcomputerinsurance. -TheresultsoflastFiscalyeararein:theoriginaldeficit was projectedat$60,000.00,andendedupatonlyabout$10,000.00.-MentionedthatheisstilllookingforanotherAssistant. ...,.Wednesday at2: 30pn therewillbeadernonstrationofa Croyprinter.Thisdeviceisforletteringofposters,etc. -'There willbe50firstcome,firstservefreeticketsavailabletoSAmembersforSundayBrunchJazzseries.-TheInternationalFilmSerieswillstartsoon,thisisfreewithvalidSAsticker.Yuval fur Kokhba-announcedthattherearevacanciesinthecourt,oneirrrnediate,oneinthenexttwoweeks,arenowacceptingapplicationsforAssociateJustices.Basically,theSupremeCourt1)settlesalldisputesbetweenstudents,organizations,clubs,etc.,thatdon'tfallintootherjurisdictions,and2)conductsjudicalreviewofSA.-MentionedthatonceaclubisSAapproved,ithas pe:nnament HewittUnionpriveledges.-SenatorswereaskedtomentiontheCourtopenings. .Specia= OrdersBill#8 -Nelsoutlinedtheneedfora newprinter.Johnsaidthattheprinterisneededtogeneratereports.Judyaskedifcurrentprintercanbehandfed.Johnsaidno.Tonyaskedwhereitwouldbelocated.John slUd inCyndi1soffice.Tonyaskedhowsoon.Johnsaidinacoupleofweeks.Tonyaskedifitwouldbecoveredundertheinsurance.Johnansweredyes.Astrawvoteshowedthatthebillwouldhavepassed.OldBLisinessBill#7 -JannetteyieldedtoMike Bateman,photo.editor.Mikeexplainedthatthenewequipnentwouldbe replacing theoldthatisnolongerfunctioning,enlargersareneededto change negativestoprints.JimTaskedwhatthemakeoftheCamerais.Mike Batemananswereda CannonAE-l,thiswouldbe replacing 10yroldequipnent.Danaskediftheenlargercouldbeusedbyotherorganizationsaswell.MikeBatemanansweredthatothergroupscoulduseitaswell.Gregaskedaboutthepresentequipment.Mike Batemansaidthattheyarepresently using anenlargerborrowedfromtheOntarian.Tonyofferedafriendly amrriendment thatstipUlatedthatothergroupscouldusetheequipnenttoo.Jannetteacceptedit.Astrawvoteshowedthatthebillwouldclearlypass.Themeetingwasadjournedat7: 2Trm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociaitonStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession10Meeting1October1986 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheminutes4.Approvaloftheagenda5.ExecutiveReportsRobWoodElvisRivera6.FinanceReportJohnDeighan7.CommitteeReportsFinanceCommunityRelationsStudentServicesRulesAdHoc-AuxiliaryServicesAsbestosIAdd/DropDate8.OldBusiness9.NewBusinessBill#1010.AnnouncementsandPublicComment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession9th Meeting 24September1986MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe9thmeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorder at 6:07pm.EricaLakin,MelindaRepleog, Earb KavovitandRoyIppolitoweresworninassenators.Theminuteswereapproved unchanged. Theadgendawasapprovedwiththefollowing changes: TonyLaPintapickedupsponsorship,and"theStudentAssociation senate of"wasinsertedbefore"StateUniversity..."intheBeitenactedpartofthebill.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeople < absent:PaulMcManusandMicheleTwilley.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRobWood-Newsenatorswereaskedtojoincommittees.Also,chairsarestillneededfortheRulesComnitteeand Conmmity RelationsComnittee.-ThedemonstrationoftheCroyprinterwaspostponed.-JeffCraigspokeabouttheNationalIssuesForum.JeffexplainedwhattheNationalIssuesForumisabout,andurgedallsenatorstopassonthewordaboutitandencouragedallsenatorstoattend.ElvisRivera-AboutCollegeCouncil,theDayCareCenterisduetoopenOct.1st.-DrButtonwasintroducedtothesenate.-125thanniversarypatchesandpamphletsweredistributed.-AboutFaCUltyAssembly,copiesoftheproposed'87-88calenderwerehandedout,and,Elvisisstill looking forsomeonetositontheAcademicPoliciescomnitteeofFacultyAssembly.-AllpeopleontheAuxiliaryServicesadhoccorrmitteewereaskedtoremainafteradjournment.John DeighanTwoyearsago SUNY CentraltriedtotakecontroloftheAthletic.Fee,anditlookslikethey'retryingtodosoagain.Thesituationwillbeassessedsoon,SAwillprobablybeagainstsuchaplan.Theathleticmoney wouldstillcomefromtheSAfee,butwewouldthen,inturn,turnthatmoneyovertothestatestrictlyundertheircontrolfromthenon.ThiscouldresultinalossofseveralthousanddollarsofinterestincomeforSA.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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John Deighan(r;on't.)Program Fundhearingsarethisweekend,sat. andSun. Noon-7pm.-Therearestill openings forboxofficepersonel.ElvisRivera-MentionedSupremeCourtopenings,the1stisattheendofnextweek,the2ndand3rdareattheendofNovember.-ItlookslikethesenateretreatwillbethefirstweekendofNovember.-ThepositionofSASUdelegateisstillopen. . SPECIALORDERSElectionswereheldforProTempore.NelsOlsenandGregClarke.Nominationswere: Tony LaPinta,JoannPalmer,JoannPalmerwasElected.Bill#9 Dougsaidthatthebillisstraightforward,andthatitneedstopasssothAtwe'llbeabletoheartheFincialinputthatisneededsooften.Tonysaidthatitisimportanttohavethefinancialperspective,andtheDirectorofFinanceisthemostknOWledgeablewithrespecttofinancialmatters.Gregsaidthatalmostallofourbillsareofafinancialnature,andtheDofF knowsthemostaboutfinancialmatters.Colleencalledthequestion.Therewasanobjection.ColleenthensaidthetheDofFshouldhaveaspeakingseatsincetheDofFpUllsthepursestringsoftheSA.NelssaidthattheDofFisthemostimportantpositioninSA,remindedthesenatethatthisisnotavotingseat,onlyaspeakingseat,andsaidthattheDofF shoUldhavethechancetospeak.Judysaidthatshesensesanoverridingobsessionofthesenatewithmoney. Shesaidthat,fortherecord,moneyisn'teverything,SometimestheDofFhastoomuchpower,anddoesn'twanttoseetheDofFgainingcontroloftheSenate.Yuvalsuggestedqualifyingthebilltosaythattheseatmayonlybeusedonmattersoffinancialconcern.DeanWassenaaraskedifanyresearchwasdoneaboutthis,because presidentiaa. appointeesdonotusuallyhavespeakingseats.JudyproposedafriendlyammendmentthatsaidthatallExecutiveassistantswouldalsohavespeakingseats.Thiswasnotaccepted.Gregcalledthequestion.Therewasanobjection.Nels ool.d hedoesnItseeany problEmS withthebill.TonysaidthattheDofFpositionisnotequivalenttoexecutiveassistantsposition.Colleencalledthequestion.Therewasanobjection.Colleenwentontosaythatsheisforthisbill,thatshedoesn'tseeaDofF/exec.assistantconflict.JimT.saidthatthisisanecessarybill,andremindedthesenatethatthisisonlya speaking seat.Dan dlffereda::frJendly ammendmentqualifyingtheseattoonlyfinancialmatters.This was notaccepted.Gerrycalledthequestion.Therewasanobjection.Gerrywentontosay that turningdownthisbillwouldonly hurt us.Joannmade amotiontomovethequestion,thequestionwassomovedbya 25yIn4plavote.Thebillthenwenttoavote.Thebillpassed:26y3n2a.OLDBUSINESSBill#7 -Janneteesaid that theOswegonianisimportant,andthatthesenateshouldallocatethismoney.Gerrymovedtotablethebill,andit was seconded.Itthenwenttoan immediate vote,andthemotionwasdefeated2y 29h10a. Nelssaidthatpicturesareneeded.JoannyieldedtoMike BatEman, whoexplainedthatheusedhisownexpertiseisselectingtheeqUipment. ThevendortreatstheOswegonianwell.JimD.yielded.Danyielded.DrButtonaskedifonlyonevendorisspecifiedbythisbill. Tony IIlade afriendlyammendmentthattheword"equipnent"replacetheword"facilities."

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Bill#7(con't.)The friendlyammendmentwasaccepted.Nelscalledthequestion. There wasanobjection.Johnsaidthattheword"costs"wasnothelpfultothebill.Tony made afriendlyammendmentthattheword"costs"bedeleted.Itwasaccepted.Hethenurgedsomeonetocallthequestion.Joanncalledthequestion. There wasanobjection.Kathleenaskedifthebillneedstostatesomethingaboutthatiftheequipmentcouldbefoundcheaperelsewhere,theequipmentcouldbepurchasedthere.Thequestionwascalled,andtherewas noobjection. The billpassedunanimously.Bill#8-Nelsmetionedtheneedfortheprinter,andremindedthesenatethatthisbillwasdiscussedAtthelastmeeting.Johnsaidthatthisisnotaveryexpensiveprinter,anditwouldsavealotoft:ime.Nelscalledthequestion,andtherewere noobjections. The billpassedunan:imously . ANNOUNCEMENTSANDPUBLIC COMMENT Johnurgedpeopletogiveblood.DanurgedpeopletoattendthePeaceandJusticemeetingnextTuesdayat 6:30pm. Robsaidthattherewere no problemswithpubcrawllastweekend. Gregurgedallnewsenatorstoassertthemselves.DrButtoncalledattentiontothe125thbrouchure,andalsomentionedtheEducationconferencethisweekend. TonysaidthatanyoneinterestedinthePre=Lawclubshouldseeh:imorDrBarron.Dean WassenaartoldeveryonetorememberSAVAC,andurgedmorehelp.ElvisremindedeveryoneabouttheNationalIssuesForum. The meetingwasadjournedat 7:29pm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession11thMeeting8October1986 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheminutes4.Approvaloftheagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRivera6.FinanceReportJohnDeighan7.CommitteereportsFinanceCommunityRelationsStudentServicesRulesAdHoc-AuxiliaryServicesAsbestosAdd/DropDate8. OldBusinessBill#109.NewBusinessBill#11Resolution#210.AnnouncementsandPublicCommentII.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession10thMeeting1October1986MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe10thmeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:05pm.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeopleabsent:PaulMcManusand Danny Murphy. Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.Theadgendawasapprovedunchanged,withthefollowingdiscussion:SenatorKavovitmade amotiontoplaceBill'10onspecialorders.SenatorOlsenseconded.SenatorKavovitdescribedthemotionpictureliTheTalismanll,saidthat56studentsareinvolved,theComm.Dept.cancelledtheclassthatwasoriginallysupposedtomaketheproduction,shootinghasbegun,butfundsareneededtocontinue,thereisatimelimitduetothefactthat80%ofthefilmingisdoneoutdoors,andthoseinvolvedhavebeenspendingtheirownmoneythusfar.SenatorClarkesaidthathedoesn1tliketorushbills,buttherearetimelimits,sothisbillneedstobeputonspecialorderssothatatleastdebatecanoccour.SenatorMcHaleyielded.SenatorShinskecalledthequestion,therewas anobjection.SenatorLaPintasaidthatoriginallytheclasswascancelled,butthoseinvolveddecidedtogoaheadanyway,andsaidthatthisisthesameclassthatmadelastyearsmovie.PresidentRiveraremindedthesenatethatspecialordersisonlyforemergencycases,thisallowsthesenatetolearnhowtheirconstituencyfeelsaboutthelegislation.SenatorKavovitsaidthatthisisanemergencytothoseinvolved.SenatorMcHalesaidthatshedoesnotwantittogoonspecialordersbecausedebateisbeinglimitedbythechairtoonlythesubjectofwhetherornotthisbillshouldgoonspecialorders,andsaidthatsincethjsbillinvolves$1400,itisnotrighttoaskthesenatorstode-cideonsuchshortnotice.SenatorOlsensaidthathewascontactedtwo weeks agoaboutthis,andsaidthatifshootingisputoffonemoreweek,thatmeans onelessweektofilm.SenatorSkidmoresaidthathewascontactedandcalledathome,andthatallofhisRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SpecialOrders(con1t.)-questionshave beenanswered,hedoesn1tthinkittooharshtoplacethisbillonspecialorders.SenatorAbbottsaidthatshetoowascalledonthephone,receivedtwoflyersaboutthis,anddidgetherconstituents'opinion.SenatorDragonettisaidthatitisapparentthatnotallsenatorswereapproached,noteveryoneknewhowmuchmoney wasinvolved,andthattimeisneededtolookatthelistofitems,letthebillsit,andthinkitover.SenatorRichardsonsaidthatthisisthefirsthehasheardofthebill,andsiadthatallsebatorsshouldhave beencontacted.The endofthesecondspeakerslistwasreached,sothemotionwenttoanimmediatevote.Themotionfailed-12y 12n3p4a.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRobWood-The pubcrawlincidentwas thebackdoorwasbroken.Heexpressedhowfeduphewaswiththewaythisservicehasbeentreated.-Atameetingwithtownofficials,TimRyan fromthecitypolicedepartmenttoldRobthatthepolicehave been comingdownhardonstudentparties,duetoallthevandalismthathasbeenoccuring.Apparantlymanypeople,afterleavingaparty,vandalizeprivateproperty.Thepolicefeelthattheproblemissubsidingsomewhat.-Robexplainedthathewasn;tintheofficeallthatmuchlastweek duetotests.-JoannPalmerwasappointedtoRuleCommitteeChair,and JimDiblasiwasappointedtoCommunityRelationsChair.ElvisRivera-RegardingPubCrawl,DirectorofFinanceJohnDeighanandExecutiveAssistantJeffCraigworkedhardtogetthePub Crawlserviceback.Heearlierstated that ifthingslikethevandalismoccuragaintheservice will stop,andsoitwill.Asofnextweek,theFridayandSaturdayBusServicewillnolongerbeoperating.Ifthe studentswhodidthedamage comeforwardandpayforthedamage,thentheservicewillreturnandthosethreewillnotbeprosecuted.Ifhowever,thethreeinvolvedarecaughtwithoutcomingforward,theywillbeprosecutedtothefullextentofthelaw.The damageoccuredatabout2:15am,infrontofRiggsHall.-TherearestillvacanciesintheSupremeCourt.AppointedPattyNadarinskitooneofthevacancies.Thesenateapprovedthis,andPattywas swornin.-Aboutthe'87-88academiccalender,PresidentRiveratooksomesuggestionsfromthesenateastowhatwould be goodtochangeaboutthecalender.Suggestionswere:atraveldayfollowingEaster,a one weekearlierstartinJanuary,andhoclassesthedaybeforefinals.-JoelSipress,regionaldirectorfromSASUspoke.HebrieflydescribedSASU,mentionedthatSUNYOswego is a member, saidthatSASUworksoncampus andinAlbanyonstudentissues.Pamphletswerepassedout.Saidthatabigissueatpresentistenantrightsforthosewholiveindormitories.Thesenatorswereaskedtosignuptohelp,andremindedeveryonethatthereisavacancyfortheSASUdelegateseat.Also,the feeissueisapriorityforSASU.

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JohnDeighan-The Croydemonstrationwasteday.-Programfundhearingsoccuredlastweeken,theclubshavereceivedtheirreccomendations,andthoseclubswhoprotestwillbeheardatthenextsenatemeeting.COMMITTEEREPORTSFinance-Approximately27clubsrequestedfunding.Thecommitteedida goodjob.Thecommitteewillmeetbeforethenextsenatemeetingat5:00pmintheSAoffice.CommunityRelations-noreport.StudentServices-Parkingandhandicappedstudentswerediscussed.Thenextmeetingwillbeat5:30intheunion.Rules-willmeetafterthemeeting.Aux.Servicesadhoc-hotbreakfastisback,Timepieceswillgetbetter,delisandwicheswillbebackbeginningOct.6th.Thecommitteeisworkingonaquestionaire.Asbestosisadhoc-noreport.AddDrop adhoc-willmeetfollowingthesenatemeeting.ANNOUNCEMENTSANDPUBLICCOMMENTFoundersDayisOct.10th,at10:00aminWatermantheatre.ChancellorWhartonwillbethere,alsoDr.Radley.Exchange dayisdowntownforlunchthe27th,andherefordinnerthe29th.ArepresentativefromtheUnitedWaywillbeherenextweek.The FreshmanyearbookwillbemailedonOct.13th,willarriveone weeklater,andwillbeavailablehereantnotatthesubscribers'homes'.Minutesforthe10thMeetingofthe21stsessionwereaskedfor.TheInternationalFilmSeriesisfreetostudentswiththeirSAsticker.ThemoviesareeveryotherWed.andThur.nights.AshortfilmclipfromthemovieproductionliTheTalsimanllwas shown.Senatorsalsoaskedquestionsofthoseinvolved.Themeetingwasadjournedat7:54pm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession12thMeeting 15 October 1986 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.RollCall3.Approvaloftheminutes 4. Approvaloftheagenda 5. ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRivera 6. Financ e Report John Deighan7.CorrmitteereportsFinanceCommunityRelationsStudentServicesRulesAdhoc-AuxiliaryServicesAsbestos Add/Drop Date8.SpecialOrdersBill#149. OldBusinessBill#12Bill#1310.NewBusinessBill#15Bill#1611. Announcements andPublicCorrment12.AdjournmentPresidentof the' SenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession11thMeeting8October1986MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe11thmeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:07prn.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeopleabsent:Scott Shepkowitz., FrankKearny and PaulMcManus. Theminuteswereapproved unchanged. Theadgendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Resolution#2 waschangedto #3., Resolution#3waschangedto #4., Resolutions#3and#4 and Bill#llwereplacedonspecial order., specialorderswasinsertedbetweenCommitteereportsandOld Business., andProgram Fund Reviews wasinsertedbetweenOldBusinessandNewBusiness.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRobWoodAnnouncedtothesenatorsthatthechairofStudentServicesisopen.ElvisRivera-AttheAux.Servicesboardmeetingseveralcommitteesweresetup.-More ideas wereaskedforconcerningAux.Services.-Ralph Rizzo., fromUnited Way., described miss-a-rneal., sayingthatallthemoneystaysinOswegoCounty.TheSA'shelpisneededtomeetthegoals.-ThecalendercommitteeofFacultyAssemblydidagreetoafivedayexam week., butnostudyday.Soontheywillbeginworkingonathreeyearplan.-Theresolutionsinthepacketwerementioned.TheoneabouttheAthleticfeeisparticularlyimportant.-NoonehascorneforwardaboutPub Crawl yet., beonthelookout.-ColleenMcHaleisresigningasof ...:.Jeff CraigspokeaboutCommunityRelations and therecentHerald-Americanarticle.-TheSenateRetreatwillbe Sunday., November 9th., and attemance is rnamatory . FINANCEREPORTJohnDeighan-noreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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COMMITIEEREPORTSFinance-willgivereport during Program Fund Review. CommunityRelations-apaperdriveis being considered.StudentServices-thoseinterestedinthechairseeRob.Rules-metlastnightat6: OOpn. Askedallcommitteechairstokeeptrackofattendance.Aux.Servicesadhoc-no meeting held,stillworkingonthequestionairre.Asbestos'adhoc-noreport.Add/Dropadhoc-willmeetfollowingthe meeting . SPECIAL ORDERSResolution#3-SenatorTriandifloudescribedtheaccidentbriefly,Amotionwas made avoteofacclamation,itwas secorxied, andtherewas noobjection.Resolution#4-senatorLaPintamentionedthatthisisa problemwehavediscussedbefore,ifwelosecontrolofthefeeweloseinterestincome. DrButtonquestionedastoAthleticDepartmentandadministrationsentiment.JohnDeighansaidthateveryonehehasspokentoaboutthisisopposedto it, thisisreallyamandatoryathleticfeeindisguise,costswouldincrease,athleticsis25%ofourbudgetandweneedtomaintaincontrolofthis.SenatorLaPinta emphasized the2nd,3rdand5thWhereasesintheresolution,thismightmeananincreaseintheSAfee.SenatorPalmermade a m:>tion foravoteofacclamation,itwasseconded,andtherewasnoobjection.Bill#11-Rulescommitteehasnoproblemswiththebill.Financecommitteereportedthatthisbilltransfers$500.00fromoneaccounttoanother.neededtoestablishacontingencyaccountforclubswhomissedthebudgetprocess.SenatorShinskymovedthequestion,therewas asecond.Byavoteof22yIn la, thequestionwas moved and so wenttoan:immediatevote:25yOnOa.OLDBUSINESSBill#10-RulesComnitteepassedthisbillwithseverereservations,considerthisbilla badprecedent,notaSAclubororganization,askedforafriendlyammendmenttothefirstwhereastocleanit up, andrecommendedthatallsuppliesbereturnedtoSAwhentheproductionisfinished. Finance Committeesaidthattheyhaddiscussedthisbillforoveranhour,withthecommitteedivided,reccomended$977.44insteadof$1408.72,andalsofeltthatSAshouldnotfundthisproduction.SenatorKavovityieldedto Raj, directoroftheproduction,whopassedaroundphotosfromthefilmingsessions,saidthattheyare40-50studentsworkingonsomethingthattheywantto do, theclasswascancelled,studentsandthecollegeasa wholewillbeproud,somestudentsaregettingcredit,allsenatorswerecontacted,involvementwiththiscangoona reswne, thisislikeaninternshipinsomerespects,averyelaboratesetisinvolved,productionwouldbefinishedinDecember, and thefilmwouldbeshownoncampus,also,fundraisingisalsogoingon.Senator Kavovit saidthatthisisreallyimportantnotonly

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forthoseinvolved,butfortheentirecampus,peoplewillbeabletoknowthekindsofthings that goonhere.PresidentRiverasaid that herejectsthisbill,thiswouldbeabadprecedent,artstudentsandVo.Tech.students have topayfortheirownsupplies,soshouldthesepeople,thesenatorswereurgedtovotethisdown.SenatorMastriannisaid that heagreesw/Elvis,proposedafriendlyamnendment that wasaccepted(Beitfurtherenacted that everyitemofthisbillwouldbethesolepropertyofSA,includingallproceedsmadebythefinishedproductand/or any sUbproductresultingfromthisproject.),also,said that thissinotaclub,thissetsapoor example forotherclubs,thisisalazywayofgettingfunding,itistakingadvantageof what thesenateisfor,ourno \lote willnotstopstudentsfromgainingcredits,they'respending$306.44onpromotionwithoutexpectingtomake any money.SenatorShinskesaid that inthefinancecommitteethe bill wascutdown alot,hewascontactedbytheTalismanpeopleandsohisquestionswereanswered,eventhoughthissetsaprecedentwewouldalwaysbeabletorejectfuturerequests,andthequalityoftheproductionlooksverygood.SenatorKrebssaid that everyone has beentalkingaboutabadprecedent,wearenottiedto any precedents,thisisaconstructiveactivity,weshouldnotsupressit.John De:ighansaidthat thisisaverybadprecedenttoset,wewouldbefundingsomething that theadministrationdidnotfeelwasworthfunding,weshouldn'tbeaskedtopayforthingslikethis,wedo have aTVstation that doesdosomeproduction.sanatorLaPintasaid that theproductionisworthwhile,thereccomendationofthefinancecomnitteeisonlyareccomendation,urgedthesenatetomakethebestdecision.SenatorClarksaid that heapplaudstheirefforts,butthisisnotinquestion,theyarenotaclubororganization,buttheycouldbe,andtheyshouldbe,hisvoteagainstthisrepresentsthevoteofhishall.SenatorMillaresyielded to WendyCordoba,whosaid that WOCRasksformore moneyeachyear,sheistiredofstudentapathy,everytimesomepeopletrytoputprideandeffortintosomethingitgetssquashed,theydidn'tplanahead,theydidn'tgetaclUb,theywanttodosomething,weshouldsupport them. SenatorMcHalesaid that she agreesthat thisisabadprecedent,shedoesn'tthink that thecollegedidn'tbelievethiswasworthfunding,thequestionisnotamatterofprofits,thestudentsaredoingitfortheexperienceofit,weneedtodecideiftheprojectisworthfundingonthebasisofitsmeritsagainstthebadprecedent.SenatorDragonettisaid that thecontingencyaccountisforclubs/organizationemergencies,grantedthisisa goodproject,buttheyarenotaclub, that is was cancelledisunfortunate,but that doesnotmakeitourresponsamility, what wouldhappenifaclubneededmore money,hedoesnItseehowthisisbenefitingtheentirecampus,oncetheproductionisdoneitisover,clubsgoon.SenatorStromfeldsaid that thisisanexcellentidea,wecametocollegetogrowandthesepeoplewillgrow,itwouldbea goodideatostartaclubinthefuture.SenatorDiblasisaidtogoforit,thewhole campuswill enjoy this.SenatorTriandiflousaid that heIstossedthisideaaroundforquitesome tfuIe, heisconcernedabouttheprecedent,but56peopleisalotofpeopletobeinvolved,theycareand want tomake adifference,can'tpossiblysaynotothis.SenatorMurphysaid that heisinfavorofthis,itisa goodideaforSAtoencouragethearts.SenatorTwilleysaid that herconstituentswerenotinfavorofthis,soshewillvoteagainstit.SenatorAbbottproposeda afriendlyamendment that wasaccepted(Beitfurtherenacted that theSAiscontributingmoneytothisgroupasasourceofrecognitionfortheschool,andbecausetheyareconcernedwithapathy,itisalsotohelpimprovestudentinVOlvement,thismoviewillbeajointprojectbetweethoseinvolvedandSA),thisamendmentdoesnotmean that sheisinfavorofthebill,however.

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SenatorSlci.dmorecalledthequestion.Therewasanobjection.SenatorKavovitsaid that we'vetalkedaboutabadprecedent,shedoesn'tsee what iswrongwiththis,alotofclubsdon't spend allthemoney that theyget,thisistheoppositecase,she'sagreedtoallfriendlyamendments,allthesestudentswantistodotheirproduction,weshouldvoteforthisbill.SenatorClarksiad that clubsaregovernedbySA,therearerulesthatweadoptedtopreventthissortofthingfrom happeneing, therearereasonsfororganizingclubs,wearenotdenouncingactivity,wewouldbemorehappytodothisasaclub,we Il'Rlst enforcetherules,helikestheideabutnotthemethods.SenatorKrebssaidthattheideaofaprecedentshouldnotbeusedinthiscase,we Il'Rlst useourjudgementdependingonthecircumstances,precedentdoesnot haveanything todowiththisbody,maybetheyare going aboutthisinanunorthodoxway,butletsgoforit.SenatorDragonetti said thatthemoneyintheclubcontingencyisforclUbs,itshouldn'tgothisway,thisiscontrarytoourrules,ifwestartbrealci.ngtherules,then what willhappentotherules.SenatorLaPintasaid that thisis getting redundant,precedentsdo havetodowiththisbody,wemakeprecedents .everyday, thebudgetcouncilreccommended a figure, askedasenatorto rrake afriendlyamendment.SenatorShinskeofferedafriendleamendment that wasaccepted($1408.77 changed to$944.77).Senator l\"astrianni saidthatheisnot putting downstudentactivity,his donn is against this,studentspaylabfees,thisisthesamesituation,this Il'Rlst bedoneasaclub, tb.is isa badprecedent.DrButtonsaid that heisimpressedbythedebate,heisagainstthisbasedonthefactthatitbreakstherules,othergroupscoulddothesamething.John Deighan said that heagreeswithDrButton,precedentsarenot Part oftheconstitution,buttheyarelookedat,thissortofthingwillcomeupagain.SenatorTriandiflouyieldedtoDanKehrlywhosaidthat8/9thsofthepeopleinvolvedarenotgettingcredit,theydidcheckouttheideaof forming aclub,butittookfiveweeksjusttodo what theydid,SAcan mve all rights tothernovie,hejust wants ittohappen,SAsenatemeetingsareintimidating,powertothepeoplewhodo comeinfrontofthesenate.SenatorSktdmoresaid that debateisimportant,soallsidesofanissuecanbebroughtout,by nowmostpeople have cometoadecision,heurgedthequestiontobecalled.ElvisRiverasaidthatthereisaprocesscalledbudgetcouncilthatfundsclubs,gothroughbUdgetcouncilforthesesortofthings,ifwedon'tactresponeably on thiswe'llgointoadeficitsituationagain,listentothereccomendationsofthefinancecorrmittee,heapplaudstheirefforts,buttheSAisnotMGM,thiswillsetabadprecedent. Proxy forSenatorRoeschsaidthatprecedentsareimportant,where wouldthiscountrybewithoutprecedents,thisisa mechanismfor change withintheconstitution,noonesaid that thiseffortisbad,weneedtodecldeifweagreewith what thestudentsaresaying,a badprecedent might beset,butweneedtogoforit.SenatorPalmermovedthequestion and1 t wasseconded.The motionwenttoanimmediatevote.23yOnla,themainmotionthenwenttoanimmediatevote:13y13n la: PROGRAMFUNDREVIEWFrench club""": goalsfortheyeararetoletpeoplewhowanttospeakfrenchdoso, and sharetheCUlture,etc.Twospeakersareat$50.00each.Thecafetheatreisa perforrnance,aplay, Il'Rlsic,sld ts,etc.They wereallotedonly$100.00foraParticularfilm,nee$50.00morefor that film.Thesenatevotedontheissueofwhetherornottoaddthe$50.00totherecorrmendation and itclearlypassed.'

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Synchronizes Swirrmingputsonawatershoweveryyear,hadafullhouseallthreeshows,about12-13actsa show. Theappealisthatnotenoughmoney wasallocatedfornewsuits,moreisneeded.Theydidnot spend allofthemoneyallocatedtothemlastyear.Thesenateadded$30.00totherecommendation, and advisedtheclubto rrake abillformorefunding.ANNOUNCEMENTS AND PUBLIC COJVllVIENT FoundersDaywasagainmentioned.Peace and JusticeForummeetingWednesdatat7:30pm. Themeetingwasadjournedat8:50pm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession13thMeeting22October1986 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvalofminutes4.Approvalofagenda5.ExcecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRivera6.FinancereportJohnDeighan7.CommitteereportsFinanceCommunityRelationsStudentServicesRulesAdhoc-AuxiliaryServicesAsbestosAdd/DropDate8.OldBusiness9.NewBusinessBill#17Bill#18Bill#1910.AnnouncementsandPublicComment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession12th l\leet ing15October1986MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe12thMeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:07pm.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeopleabsent:AnnetteCapel, Jim Triandiflou,ChrisKlaehn,Scott Shepkowi tz,PaulMcManus, DannyMurphyandRoyIppolito.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.TheadgendawasapprovedwiththeadditionofBill#17toNewBusiness.MikeStitzerwas sworninasanOff-Campussenatortofillavacancy.EXECUTIVE REPORTSRobWood-Senatorswereaskedtoremainfortheentiresenate meeting, iftheyneedtoleaveearly,pleaseletRobknowaheadoftime.-PaulBurnsfronNYPIRGspokeabouttheEnvironmentalQualityBondAct,mentionedthatthereare27toxicwastesitesinthiscounty,thisisPropositionOneontheNovember4thballot.-PPBEvents-Friday,Oct.17thfreeReggae BandAbel&Allen,movieAmadaeusat7:00pm&9:30pmthe17thand18thadmission$1.50,Mondaythe20that8:OOpmisSeekersoftheSupernaturalintheBallroom,Tuesdaythe21stisamovie Who's Coming toDinnerat7:OOprn&9:30,andSundaythe19thistheAlaCarteBrunchseries.ElvisRivera-November9thistheSenateretreat,hopeallwillattend.-LaurenGrippowasappointedtothe ofPPB,withthesenate'sapproval.-Missa MealwillbeOctober23rd,allproceedswillgototheUnitedWay,allsenatorswereurgedtoreallypushthis.-CarolJonesfromtheSeniorChallengespoke,askedthesenatorstotalkitup,aninformational meeting willbeheldOct.21stintheformallounge,thegoalistohavethegiftbycommencement.-ThereisaSUNYCOmascotcontest,firstprizeis$150,second$25and3rd$10.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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FIN.ANCIALREPORTJohnDeighan-AletterwaswrittentoSUNYCentralstatingtheoppositiontostatecontroloftheathleticfee,someotherSUNY'sareforit,other'sagainst.-Theprogram fund billisinthepacket.-Thecompanythattookawaythe wrd1ng coolerfromtheCornerStorehassaidthattheywillreplaceitorcompensateforit. COMMITI'EE REPORTSAsbestosadhoc-lettershavebeensenttogovernmentalofficials,butmorehelpisneededonthecorrmittee.Noothercorrmitteereports.SPECIALORDERSBill#14-Passedrules.SenatorLaPintasaidthatthisistheProgram Fund COntingencyfromlastweek,expectabillfromsynchronized swimming nextweek.SenatorOlsenaskedhowthese figures were arTived at.SenatorlaPintasaidthatthefinancecorrmitteeisinchargeofthesethings,transportationisnot :funded, speakersare funded, mostclubsarehappy withwhattheyget.SenatorClarkcalledthequestion.Therewerenoobjections.Thebillthenwenttoan inmediatevote andwaspassed unanimously. OLDBUS mESS Bill#12-Ruleswerewaivedforthisbill.SenatorLaPintasaidthatthisbillestablishestheBOxOfficeintheUnion,figuresareconsistentwiththoseof check-eashing, thisaddstostudentservices.SenatorOlsensaidthatitiscurrentlytoughtogetticketsforevents,andthepeopleneedtogetpaid.JohnDeighansaidthatthiswillbea goodservice,hopefully inoperationbyNovember,inerviewsformanagerandassitantwillbenextweek.SenatorShinskemovedthequestion,therewas asecond,thevotewasunanimous,thebillthenwenttoanirrmediatevoteandthebillwaspassedunanimously.Bill#13-Ruleswerewaived.SenatorLaPintasaidthatthisisastraightforwardbill,it cMIes notneedexplaining.John Deighan saidthatthisreallyisaproblemfortheOswegonian,almosteverypayperiodgetsscrewedup,thisshouldsettheproblemstraight.Therewas nooneelseoneitherspeakinglistsothebillwenttoanirrmediatevoteanditpassedunanimously. ANNOUNCEMENTSAND PUBLIC COMMENT VolunteersareneededtositattheSAtableon Saturday forParentsweekend.October23rdisSouthAfricaawarenessday.ThemeetingwasadjournedandthesenatemoveddownstairstowatchtheMetswinthepennant.

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession14thMeeting29October1986 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvalofminutes4.Approvalofagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRivera6.FinancereportJohnDeighan7.CommitteereportsFinanceCommunityRelationsStudentServicesRulesAdhoc-AuxiliaryServicesAsbestosAdd/DropDate8. Spec:1al OrdersResolution#69. OldBusiness10.NewBusiness11.Announcements and PublicComment12.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession13thMeeting22October1986MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe13th meeting ofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:10pn.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeopleabsent:Jeff Richl::irdson, ScottShepkowitz,andabsentwithaproxywasJannetteHausler.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.Theadgendawasacceptedwiththefollowing changes: Specialorderswasplacedbetweenconmitteereportsandnewbusiness(bill#18),bill#15,#16wereplacedunderoldbusiness, and resolution#5 wasplacedunderoldbusiness.Also, JimTrjandiflou, GerryMastrianni,GregClarkandNelsOlsensponsoredbill#19.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRobWood-Conmittee atterrlance sheetsareprepared,the chairs ofcorrmitteeswereaskedtopickthemup.-Senatorswere interviewed forthechairoftheStudentServices chair, NelsOlsenwasappointed.-Anaddress,phone numberandcorrmitteesheetwaspassedaround,allsenatorswereaskedtofillitout.-The Freshman Recordsarein, and areredandgoldinsteadofgreenandgold .. -Thesenateisgoingontheroad,nextweekitwillmeetinthecenteroftheupperleveloftheunion,thefollowingweekin Mackin complex,andotherlocationsinthefuture.-Communityrelationsareworsening,thewordneedstogetouttoallstudents,the community relationscorrmitteepeoplewereaskedtoremainafterthemeeting.ElvisRiveraFresbman Recordswerepassedaround,about750 freshnan participated.-Senatorswereremindedabout exchange day.-Copiesoftheproposedcalender,thisisthecalendarthatwillbepassedontoDr.Radley.-Senatorswereaskedtoputup someposters.-Senators have beeninvitedtoShadyShoreonNov.10that4:OOpmforareception.Room205HewittUnionOsw.ego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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Robentertainedamotiontofixthetimeofadjournmentat 8:00pn, butnomotionwas made. TheChildCarecenteropenhousewastonight,andhethoughtthatthesenateshouldgovisitsincetheydonated$1000tothecenter.FINANCEREPORTJohn De:ighan-PDx officeinterviewswiolbenextweek, beginning Monday.COJ.VlMI'ITEEREPORTS Comrmmity Relations-wiillmeetafterthemeeting.StudentServicesWill meetafterthemeeting.Rules-willmeet Tuesdayat 6:00pn. Aux.Servicesadhoc-therehavebeenalotofchangessofar in AS. Add1Drop adhoc-hasstarted,isgettingthebackgroundinformation,morehelpisneeded.SPECIALORDERSBill ThispassedRuleswiththeexceptionthattheydidn'tlikewherethenBeitenactedllwas,askedforafriemlyammendmenttochangeit.FinancesaidthatduringtheSynchronized Swimming budgetappeal,moneyforthiswasneglected,itwasnotlookedatasafixedasset,astrawvotethenshoweditwouldpass.SenatorPalmerposedafriemlyanmendmenttorelocatethe"beitenacted", am itwasaccepted.SenatorDragonetticalledthequestion,itwassecomed,therewasnoobjection,sothemotionwenttoavote.Themotionpassedunanimously.Bill#19-Thispassedrules.Financehadquestionswiththisbill,abouthowthefigurewasarrivedat,recorrnnended$579.75.Senator Mastr:ianni saidthatrelationsareatalow,wecouldusea gooddinner.Senator Tr:iandiflou reccorrnnendedsponsorstoacceptafriendlyanmendment.SenatorOlsensaidthatitisatimetoshow atouchofclass,thecorrmunitythinkswearea bunchofdrunkards,weshouldpassthisbill.SenatorKrebsyieldedtoJVI.ariaFey, who saidthatmuchtimehasbeenspentputtingthis feelsthatthisdinnerisourchancetogivea goodimpression,LondonBroilisthebestchoice,financecorrmitteefailedtoconsideratmosphere,flowersandplacesettingsareneededtoo,sticktothefigure,thisneedstopass.SenatorKrebssaidthatkindnessand awarmreceptionshows,andthatbadfeelingscangetquelled,wearefightingover triv:ial things.SenatorDragonettiposedafriendlyanmendmenttochangthedollaramounttothefinancecorrnnittee' sreccomendation,itwasnotaccepted,saidthatwecouldstillgetLondonBroilwithoutsoup,see'snoreasontoshootthe sky onthis.ElvisRiverayieldedtoJeffCraig, who saidthatagreatdealoftimewasputintothis,includingtimeonjustthinkingabout how thisdinnershouldbe,itwasdecidedafterlookingintothealternativesthatthiswasthebestway,questionedthefinancecorrmittee'sreccomendation,mentioningthatthefinancecorrmitteejustlookedatthisfora fewminutes,notspendingallthetimethatwentintothe planning ofit,thefinancecorrmitteewasincorrectinincludinga10%discount, am theydidnotconsiderthetablesettings,alsoheurgedthesenatetopassthisandstopfightingover triv:ial amounts.Elvissaidthatmuchtimewasspent

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onthis,saidthatwearerepresentingthestudentsandthisisourchancetotalkwithtownofficials,hopedthatthebillwillstayasitis.Dr.Buttonsaidthattheamountsetasidelastyearwasnotspent,sotheexcesswentbacktotheaccounts,doesnotseewherethebillsayshowmuchisspentoneachitem,wondersifitislikelythatall70peoplewillshowup,so,itwillnotcostmorethan$700.00,thinksthatthebest thing todoispassthis,andthenseewhatitcosts. Senator LaPintasaidthatifhewasinchargeofthis,he muld havedoneabetterjob,doesnotseehowadinnercan change thetideofcorrmunityrelations,ifhedidthebillhewouldhavegonelinebyline,ifhewascertainthatitwouldcost$622.00,hewouldhavesetthebillatthat. Senator Shinskemovedthequestion,itwasseconded,andthemotionpassed26y 2n la. Thebillthenwenttoan imnediate vote,andpassed25y In 4a. .OW BUSINESSBill#15-ThispassedRules. Finance saidthattheBlackfriairshavealwaystoppedtheirincomeline,andthemoneygoesbacktoSA. Senator ClarkyieldedtoJack Tr:imia, whoexplainedthepresentstateofthe equipnent, explainedtheneedfortheequipnent,andexplainedthe lifet:ime ofthenewitems. Senator Triandifloumovedthequestion,itwasseconded,andthemotionpassedunanimously.Thebillwenttoan 1mmediate voteandpassedunanimously.Bill #16.,.. ThispassedRules. Finance saidthattheyreccomnend$1450.00,seestheneedonlyforthePiano. Senator ClarkyieldedtostanGosek,whosaidthatthetechnologyisso muchbetternowthatthe timing isright,explainedthataPianoalonewillnotfunctionwithouttheotheritems,andheexplainedtheequipmentfunctionsand lifet:imes.Senator OlsensaidthatStanGosekis using hisownstuff, things arebroken,doesn'tseehowthe finance corrnnitteecanaskpeopletousehisstuff.DrButtonsaidthatthisisatoughonebecauseitisalotof rroney, buthesaysthatSolidStateisagreatband,eventhoUghthepricetagisbig,hedoesn'tthinkthatitshould deterpassageifwecan'taffordit. Senator Kavovitsaidthatshesympathizeswith Solid State,butthiswouldleaveonly$2659leftinthefixedassetsaccount,weneedtoplayitsafe. Senator LaPintasaidthatto bring upthemajorpointswouldberedundant,yeswecoulddipintothesurplusaccount,butthataccountisneededtoserveasacushionincasewegotsUed,heenjoysSolidState,butwedon'thavethemoney. Senator Twilleysaidthatsheisinfavorofthisasitstands. SenatorMurphy saidthatheknows someofthemembers, andMr Gosek h G beennicetoletthemborrowtheirstuffuptillnow,butthatshouldn'thavetocontinue. SenatorSkidrrore saidweshouldn'tworryaboutthefixedassetsaccount,wecanaddmoneytoitifneeded. Senator Triandiflousaidthatweshouldn'tpunishSolidStatebecauseoftheir t:lming, thestuffisneededdespatately,thisshouldpass. Senator RoeschsaidthatitwasniceofMrGosektoloanhisstuff,theyneedtoreplaceit. Senator Shinskemovedthequestion,it was seconded,andthemotionpassed2ly3nOa. Thebillthenwenttoan:immediatevote,andpassed23y 3n3a.Bill#17-ThispassedRules. Finance saidthattheydidn'tlookatit,thefinancereportwasthenwaived. Senator ClarkyieldedtoSteveLevy,whosaidthatOswego Hockeyisawinner,radiobroadcastofhockeyisneeded.SenatorClarksaidthatthis was firsttriedtobesoldtoWSGO,who

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saidno,thisisa commercialventure,possiblerevenuecouldbe$7450.SenatorReploegyieldedtoDarlenePitkanen,whosaidthethehockey teamisgood,andthehighestdrawoffans.SenatorDragonettisaidthatthestationdoesnotcomeininHart,itcanonlybeheardintheUnion.SenatorTwilleymovedthequestion,itwas secdlnded,am passed20y 4n4a.Thebillthenwenttoan immediate voteandpassed19y 2n4a. ANNOUNCEMENTS ANDPUBLIC COMMENT Dean Wassenaar mentionedParentsweekend,saidlookoutforStudentNotes,andresidencehall :inspections arecomingup.Also,theLEADCenterreceptionisnextTuesday, and Who'sWhonominationsaredueMonday.SouthAfricaAwarenessDayistomorrow,theeventswerelisted.PPBeventswerealsolisted.TonyLaPintasaid that weneedtoconsiderthefactthatwespentover $ 5000.00tonight.Ifthiscontinues,we'llneedtoraisetheactivityfee.Senatorswereurgedtodressupforexchangeday.The meeting wasadjournedat8:13pm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession15thMeeting5November1986Agenda1.CalltoOrder2.RollCall3.ApprovaloftheMinutes4.ApprovaloftheAgenda ExecutiveReportsRob WoodElvisRivera6.FinanceReportJohnDeighan7.CommitteeReportsFinanceCommunityRelationsStudentServicesRulesAdhoc-AuxiliaryServicesAsbestosAdd/DropDate8.OldBusiness9.NewBusiness10.AnnouncementsandPublicComment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession14thMeeting29October1986MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe14th meeting ofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwasunofficiallycalledtoorderat 7:30pn. The meeting openedwithanintroductionofguestsbyRobWood.Guestsincluded:CityofOswego Mayor Cahill, AldermembersBill Murcer,BobBradshaw, Frank Lavelli, TomHalpinandEarlGardner.FromtheElksclub-Dick Babcock. FatherJimLange waspresent.JohnSaddintonfromtheFire Departmen, Exec.AssistanttotheMayorBillMcCarthy,Dir.ofConsumerAffairsErnieAdams,TownSupervisorDavid White, andCapt.TomRyanfromthePoliceDept.werepresent.FaCUlty,administrationand.CollegeCouncilmemberspresentwere:DonaldMathieu,JimWassenaar,TomLonnquist,JohnSUllivanandDrButton.Robgavehiscoconutandpineapplespeech.The14th meeting ofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat7:43pm.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeopleabsent:Danny Murphy,PaulMcManus, DougRoesch(withproxy),GaryShuster(withproxy),ScottShepkowitz,andJUdyKrebs(withproxy).Theminuteswereapproved unchanged. TheadgendawasacceptedWiththefollowing changes: #5wasaddedtoOldBusiness,andtheSupremeCourtReportwasaddedbetweentheExecutiveReportsand Financ eReport.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRobWoodTheelectoralactioncampaignisinits final stages.ThesenatorswereaskedtopostVotesignsaroundcampus,andalsoaskedtotalkuptheelection.The Unionisapollingplaceformostoncampusstudents.-Somerulesofthe senate wereexplained.ElvisRivera-A grading systemthatincludesplusesandminusesisbeingconsidered.Studentsentimentisneededbynextweek.-Allguests \'1ere thankedfortheirattendence,it1s good tb..at wegota chance Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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totalk.FINANCEREPORTJohnDeighan-Everyone was welcomed. -Eox officeinterviewshavebeennarroweddowntofivepeople.Noworkstudystudentshaveapplied.-TheArtGuildhasofferedus noney forouroldbrokenprojectors,willprobablytake th6TI upontheiroffer. SUPRElVIE.COURI' REPORI'YuvalBarKokhba-Therewas alengthytriallastnight,broughtaboutbytherulescorrmittee.ThecomplaintchargedthatArt.ISect.5oftheconstitutionwasbeingviolated.Themaininterpretationwasthatof illw acivilofficeis defined.Eoth theplantiff amdefen:1ant werethanked.Impeachnentproceed1ngswereexplained. COMMITI'EE REPORI'SFinance-none. Connnmity Relations-willmeetat5:30nextWednesday.StudentServices-Tylerisnotaccesibletohardicappedstudents during thew1nter.Anescortisneededfor hardicapped studentsduringthewinter.Thereisnoaccesstothe24hrtellermachinesintheunion.Thecomnitteewillmeetat5:30nextWednesday.Rules-Metlastnight,allthatwasdonewascasepreparation.Willmeetat6:OOprnnextTuesday.AuxServicesadhoc-Pleaseremainafterthemeeting.Asbestosadhoc-ProvostMathieuwasthankedforthe"82asbestosreport.Therewillbeanextensivereportnextweek. Add/Dropadhoc-Thecommitteeisrollingnow,stillgathering bac1re saidthatpeoplewillbeatthepollingsitesurgingsupportofthisissue,peoplearenotawareofth:1syetneedtobe.SenatorClarksaidthathedoesn'tknowaboutthis, ard willnotsupportitbecausehedidnothavethetimetolookthisover.ElvisRivera y..:i=lded toMayorCahill, wh:> saidthatheapplaudsthis

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resolution,hehassupportedthisforyears,thiscanbeanexampletotheentirenation, am heaskedforsupportofthis.Elvisagaincalledforavoteofacclamation.SenatorKlaehnsa:1dthatshehasspokentomanystudentsaboutthistoday, am almostalosupportit.SenatorMastrianniyieldedtoAldermemberHalpin, woo saidthatitisuptotheyoungpeopletopassthis,thisisourfuture,itisoneofthe roost :important thingsthatwecanvoteon.SenatorMastriannisaidthatitisourjobtosupportthis.SenatorDragonetticalledthequestion, an::l therewasanobjection.Senator Tr1an:i1flou saidthatthisisverystraightforward,hedoesn'tseewhywe soould contimetalkingaboutit,itisa goodthing.SenatorClarksaidthatheresentsthefactthathecan'tgotohisconstituentsonthisone,everythingisonspecialordersallthetime,therewas roost likelyaresolutiononSUperfund, an::l SUperfundhasn'tworked.SenatorAbbottsaidthatsherepectsSenatorClark'sneed,butPaulBurns wasinfrontofthesenateseveralweeks agoexplainingthisveryissue.SenatorTrian::liflousiadthatitwashismistakethatthiswasn'tinontime,aresolution sinllar tothis IXlssed in'74orso,thepamphletisonesided,byquestionsthefactthatthereisanyother Mde totoxicwaste.SenatorShinskecalledthequestion,therewasanobjection.SenatorStromfeld yielde:l toAldermember Bradshaw, woo saidabitabouttoxicwaste, an::l sa:1dthatalothasbeendone,butalot roore needstobedone.Senator Skidroorecalle:l foravoteofacclamation,therewas noobjection,itwas secome:l,am sotheresolutionpassed.OLD BUSINESS Resolution#5-SenatorTrian::liflousaidthatamnightslikethisitis haro tobelievethereare problems, but....SenatorOlsensaidthatheisvery nnlch infavorofthis,wehave problEmS, oneswedon'twanttosee, an::l theyneedtobeworkedon.SenatorShinskesaidthattonightwasverysuccessful,thankedeveryone, am urgedpassage.SenatorMastrianni calle:l foravoteofacclamation,therewasanobjection.Hecontinuedtosaythatheseesno problEm withthis,thetowncouncilaregreatpeople,heurgedavoteofacclamation.SenatorDiBlasi propose:l afriemlyamendmenttodeletethe 2n:i Whereas,itwasaccepted.SenatorLaPintasaidthatheisgladthatsomeone objecte:l, heisinfavorofthis,theresolutionisonlyasgoodaswemakeit,heurgedavoteofacclamation.SenatorDragonetti calle:l the therewasanobjection.ElvisRiverayieldedtoJohnSullivan,whosaldthathewasgladthattheamendment was made,wecan'tsaythatrelationsaren'tpositive,buttheycouldbebetter,hehasseenimprovement.Elvissaidthatwewillworktowardsthis,allofficialswere thanke:l forbeingpresent.Senator Tr1an:iiflouyielde:l toAldermemberGardner, woo saidthatheis honored toportakeinthisexchange,hewouldliketoseethingslikethishappen roore often,hemade afraternitygeta lawnmower,theonlythingthatbothershimisthathedoesn'tgetinvitedtothefrat ps.rties, the problEm peopleareaminority.TomLonnguist thanke:l JohnSullivanforpointingoutthepositivethings.Senator Skidroorecalle:l foravoteofacclamation,therewas noobjection am itwassecomed. ANNOUNCEMENTSAND PUBLIC COMMENT People woo liveintheMackin complexvoteattheMacCrobiebUilding.PleaseseeSenator Skidroore ifyouwishtohelpwiththe fum Act.

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ThingswentwellwithMiss-a-meal,approx.$2700 wasraised.StudentsarethebiggestsinglecontributortotheUnitedWayinOswegoCounty.Monday, NovemberlOth,thereisareceptionforthesenateatShadyShore,4:00pm. Donn Inspectorsarestilloncampus,cleanuprooms ani benice.Some400pintsofbloodweredonatedatthe bloodIoobile. Halloweeniscomingup,studentleadersneedtomaintainan atrrosphere similartotonight.ThereisameetingofthefinancecorrmitteenextWednesdayat5:15.PPBeventswerelisted.Themeetingwasadjournedat8: 50pm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislative16thMeeting12 November 1986Agenda1.CalltoOrder2.RollCall3.Approvalofthe minutes 4.Approvalofthe 5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRivera6.Financialreport JohnDeighan 7.CommitteeReportsFinanceCommunityRelationsStudentServicesRulesahhoc -AuxiliaryServicesasbestosadd/dropdate8.OldBusiness9.NewBusinessResolution#7,Bill#2010.AmouncenentsandPublicComment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession15thMeeting5 NovemberMinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe meet ing wasunofficiallycalledtoorderat6:OOpm.Duetotheres:lgnationoftwosenators,nobusinesscouldbeattendedto.ThemeetingwillbeinRiggshallnextweek,andatScaleshallthefollowingweek.Pleaseurgeallstudentstoattendclassesthe i):Uesday beforeThanksgiving.Ifstudentsdonot,wewillnothavetheWednesdayoffinthefuture.RonGuilewillhopefullybepresentatthenextweekend. TheSenateretreatwillbethisSunday. MeetatCulkinat 9:45am. ThankstoMackinHallforhostingthesenatemeeting.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession17thMeeting19November 1986 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvalofminutes4.Approvalofagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRivera6.FinancialreportJohnDeighan7.CommitteereportsFinanceCommunityRelationsStudentServicesRulesAdHocAdd/DropDate8.SpecialordersBill#23Bill#249.Oldbusiness10.NewbusinessBill#21Bill#2211.Announcementsandpubliccomment12.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22mLegislativeSession16thMeet ing 12 November 1986MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThemeetingwasunofficiallycalledtoorderat6:12pm.Nobusinesscouldbeconductedduetooneremainingvacancy.Forthebenefitofanyvisitors,thecourseofthemeet ing wasfollowedaccordingtotheadgenda.MikeMerrizi,operationsmanagerofCentroofOswego,addressedthesenateaboutPubCrawl.HehandedouttheexpensesheetforthelastinstanceofdamageduetovandalismofthePub Crawlbus.HesaidthatwhenhefirstcametoOswego,therewerenoproblemswiththePub Crawlwhatsoever.Duringthefallof'84,alargerbuswasputontheservice, am vandalismbeganatthispoint.Duringthefallof'85,twobuseswereinserviceontheroute.Therewaseverincreasing vardalism. Duringthespringof'86,$2,000damage wasdonetoonebusonPubCrawl.Thisfall,thePub Crawl wastotallyreorganized.Atfirstitwasnotbad,butthengotworse.IfthePub Crawlisreinstituted,therecannotandwillnotbeanymorevandalism,he said. Ifso,thenPub Crawlwillbegoneforever.TheSAExecutivebranchmayormaynot bring itback.Hethankedthesenatefor letting h:imspeak.Robsaidthatitisaboutt:ime to gettheelectionscomnitteegoingagain.Robsaidthatthingsmustbedone"rule-isticly."PPBannouncementswere made.ElvissaidthatthedeadlineforthevacantsenateseatisFriday.JohnsaidthattheCornerStorehada powerfailure,duetosomeoneswitchingthecircuitbreakeroff.Therewas alossof$75worthofdairygoods.Also, :n thenexteditionoftheOswegoniantherewillbeanarticleaboutthe"surplus."CommunityRelationscomnitteeisconsideringawintercarnival.FinancecomnitteewilldiscusstheSASUbillnextWednesdayat5:00pm.Rulescomnitteehadnoreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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StudentServicescommitteebroughtupthe parking hassle,handicappedaccesstoTyler during thewinter.Thecommitteemetfollowingthesenate meeting. Offcampussenatorswereaskedtoremainafterthe meeting. Peoplewereurgednottotake 'fuesday beforeThanksgivingoff.Themeet ing willbeinScalesnextweek. ThePeaceandJusticecouncilwillbe going toWashingtonD.C.thisSaturdaytogreetthearrivaloftheGreatPeaceWalk. The meeting closedat7:05pm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession18thMeeting3 December 1986 Agenda1.Ca11to0rder2.Rollcall3.Approvalofminutes4.Approvalofagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRivera6.FinancialreportJohnDeighan7.CommitteereportsFinanceCommunityrelationsStudentservicesRulesAdHoc/ Add/Dropdate8.SpecialordersResolution#89.Oldbusiness10.NewbusinessBill#2511.Announcements andpubliccomment12.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate22ndLegislativeSession17th l\1eetirJg 19 November 1986 Oswego Mimtes The17thMeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSession was calledtoorderat6:l4pm.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeopleabsent: Erica LakinandDanSkidmore(withproxy).SupremeCourtAssoc iate Justice Earry Greenburg SIDre inthreenewoff-campussenators:LisaHarris,MikeMarranoandChrisKrasovec.Theminuteswereapproved unchanged. The adgendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:B:ill#20 was addedtoold busness, aswasResolution#7.NelsOlsenpickedupsponsorshipofBill #20, itwas movedthatthebillbetabled,andthesenatevotedtodoso.EXECUTIVE REPORrS RobWood-AllstudentsneedtobeurgednottotakeMondayorTuesdayoffbeforeThanksgiving.-SenatorswereaskedtodistributetheremainingFreshmanRecordstothosewhohavenotyetpickedthemup.-Allpeoplewhoareinterestedintheelectioncommitteepleaseremainafterthemeeting,4or5peopleareneededtoestablishaconmitteebyChristmasbreak.ElvisRivera-ExpressedthankstoScalesHallforhostingtheSenate.-AppointedJohnAlevratothepositionofAssociateJustice.Thanks wasexpressedtoBarryGreenburgforhisserviceasajust :be. -Allplus/minussurveysshouldbereturnedtotheoffice.-Elvis,JohnandJeffwentouttoAlbanytomeetwithsomehigh-levelpeopleofSUNYCentral,reoAthletics.ThesepeoplewillbereturningtoAlbanyonthismatterto contirue negotiationsanddiscussion.-Today was theBoardofTrusteesmeeting, many studentsaccrossthestatewenttothemeetingtorallyforstudentrepresentationontheChancellorSearchCommittee.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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FINANCEREPORTJohnDeighan-The Pox Office will notopenuntilDecember. WorkStudypeoplearestillneeded. COMMITI'EE REPORTSFinance-willspeakonthebusinessasitcomesup.Ruleswill speakonbusinessasitcomesup.CommunityRelations-noreport.StudentServices-Hadameetingtodayat5:30.Senatorswereaskedtopetitionpeopleabout24hraccesstothebanktellermachines.TheRamptoTylerwon'thappenuntilthesumner.Allthatisneedfora BusShelterinfrontofMackinisabaseforit.WillbemeetingwiththeDeanaboutthepark:ingproblem.Add/Drop-Eventually,FacultyAssembly wouldvoteonanadd/dropchange.First,though,itwouldhavetogothroughtheAcademicPoliciescorrmittee.Thisisverycontroversial,hopefullyitcouldcome upinthespring.SPECIALORDERSBill#23-Ruleswerewaived.Financereccorrmendedan admiss onchargetotakecareofapossibleoverattendencesituation.SenatorTriandiflouyieldedtoDavidSmith,whosaidthatMr.Jacksonisaveryprominentspeaker,wehaven'thadaprominentspeakerhereinalongtime,itwouldbegoodPRforSA,wearegettingaverygoodprice, has PPBsupport and hopefullytheSA's,thepressiswaiting,heisawareofthe crowd problem,apossiblealternativesjteisbeing irrvestjgated.. Senator Triarxliflou saidthatthisisanamaz:ingchance,voteyes.SenatorMastriannicalledthequestion,therewasanobjection,said that suretherewillbeproblemswithlogistics,butweshoulddothisnomatter what thesitemightbe.SenatorAbbottsaid that sheisinfavorofthis,it will putOswegoonthemap.SenatorOlsOn sa:id that heisinfavorofthis,the crowd willcomefromallover,heis-anelectricpespeaker,weshouldpassthis.SenatorClarksaid that therecan'tbeacont=ract,butdoesnotseeaproblem w:lthcharging, worriesabouttheprice,numberofpeopleandturningSApeopleaway.JohnDeighansaid that tradtionallythereisno charge forlectures,freeticketscouldbedistributed.ElvisRiverasaidthatwecouldrequireSAstickersforadmission.SenatorPalmersaid that freeticketswouldnotrequireformallegislation.Dr.Buttonsiad that theissueseemstobethecost,butthereseemstobenoobject-ionssavethedetails,urgedthesenatetomoveforwardonthis and leavethedetailstootherstoworkout.SenatorKrebscalledthequestion,therewasanobjection,thensaidthatthebillshoulsstaythewayitis,thedeta:ilsshouldnotbeworkedoutinthesenate,don't charge, keepitopentothecommunity,voteforit.SenaotrLaPintasaidhedidn'tmeantoreiterate,butthisisa gooduseofthefee,thereisnodoubtaboutthis, :it shouldpass,WINOwillbroadcastthespeechlive.TomLonnquistyieldedtoDavidSmith,whosaid that thepolice will bethere,likeanyotherevent.Marygrace,proxyforDan SkidmoreyieldedtoDanSkidmore,whosaidthathefeels that ticketswouldservethesamepurposeasSAstickers,therewouldbenodistributionproblems.SenatorShinskecalledthequestion,therewasan

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objection,saidthateventhoughth:isisshortnoticeitshouldpass.SenatorTwUleysaidthathopefullywecouldgetLakersotherewouldbeno crom problems.SenatorRepleog rroved thequestion,which waspassed31yInOa,thebillthenwenttoanirrmediatevoteand.passes31yOnlaoBill#24-Ruleswerewaived.Financesaidthattheyreccomend financing asrequested.SenatorTriandiflouyieldedtoJeffCraigwhobrieflydescribedtheExhib jt ofContemporaryBrazilainArtandsaidthatthisisa lowcostchancetogetanotherimportantspeakerhere.SenatorLaPintasaidthatthis :B a goodwaytospendthefee,the rrore eventsthebetter.SenatorOlsOncalledthequestion,therwas noobjection,itthenwenttoan:immed iate voteand.itpassed31yInOa.OLDBUSINESSResolution#7-SenatorLaPintasaidthatallthisisisanexpressionofthanksforyearsofservice.SenatorMastriannicalledforavoteof acclarmtion, therewas a secondandtherewas noobjection,the rrotion passed. .ANNOUNCEMENTS AND PUBLIC COMMENT ThisSaturdayat6:15isthe9thannualLatinodDirmer/Dance.Ticketsare$4SAand.$5.50non-SA. Doorsopenforfreefortheband.at 9:00pn. AllSenatorswereurgedtockecktheir ms.ilboxes. The 2ndEntertaimnentalacarteisSunday,freeticketsareallgone.Apetitionwaspresentedwith500signaturescallingforaRAPmusicconcertatSUNYCO.SPeoplefeelthatRAPmusicisbeingignoredonthiscampus,Whenthereisa demand. Avoteforadjournmentfailed.On December10ththerewillbeaSASUoutreachprogram.Info.willbeposted.TherewillbeameetingtoplanthisonDec. 2nd. ThemeetingwUIbeatHartHallonDecember3rd.Plus/minusresultsareneeded.OncampussenatorspleaseremaintopickupFreshmanRecords.Themeetingwasadjournedat7:38pm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation.StateUniversitvCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession19thMeeting10 December 1986 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Apnrovalofminutes4.Anprovalofagenda5.ExecutiverenortsRobWoodElvisRivera6.FinancereoortJohnDeighan7.CommitteereportsFinanceCommunityrelationsStudentservicesRulesAdHoc! Add/Dropdate8.SpecialOrdersBill#26Bill#27Resolution#9Resolution#109.Oldbusiness.NewbusinessBill#2811.Announcements andpubliccomment12.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession18thMeeting3December1986MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe18thMeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:12pm.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeopleabsent:JeffRichardson,MariaMillares,DougRoesch,GaryShuster,NedStromfeld,and Danny Murphy. Theminuteswereapprovedwiththefollowingchange:Mike Marranoisa newsenatorfromOnondaga-notoffcampus. Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchange:Bills#21wereaddedtooldbusiness. EXECUTIVE REPORTSRobWood-Senatorswerewelcomedbackfromtherecentholiday.-JeffCraigspokeabouttheSASUoutreachprogramthatwillhappennext week, onMondaytherewillbeagripetablesetupintheUnion,onMondaythruWednesdayclassrapswillbegoing on, EveretteJoseph(SASUPresident)willaddressthesenatenext week, andtherewillbea"speakout"forumWednesdaynightat OOpn. Senatorswereaskedto hang postersintheirdormsabouttheseevents.ElvisRivera-ThispastMondaytheFacultyAssemblypassedaResolutionrecommendingthatthehoursof anning forPublicSafetybeextendedtobeginat3: OOpn. Thisinfringesontheclasst1mepartofthe day, somethingthatweareagainst.Inourpositionpaperwe finnly maintainedthatweareagainstarmingduringtheclasst1mepartoftheday.-ThedeadlineforcommencementspeakernominationsisDecember12thattheoffice.Bytheendofthatweeknomineeswillbenotified.ThespeecheswillbereviewedonFebruary14th.-JonathanEpsteinwasintroducedasthemanagerforthenew BoxOffice.JimTriandiflouwasintroducedastheassistantmanagerofsame. PaUlBurns,arepresentativefromNYPIRG,explainedthe'Takestockinhighereducation"certificates.ThiswillbeavailablethroughSAintheofficebytheendoftheweek.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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FINANCEREPORTJohn DeighanKenCraftandDaveJodietwereappointedasAssistantDirectorofFinance.-Preparationsare being madeforBudgetcouncil.Itwillbeheldthe3rdand4thweekendinFebruary,countonabouttenhourseachday.AllinterestedsenatorsshouldtalktoJohn.COMMI'ITEEREPORTSFinance-willspeakonbillsastheycomeup.ConmunityRelations-WillmeetnextWednesdayat5:30.JudyKrebswasappointedasco-chair.StudentServices-Pleasecheckmailboxes. Parking memberswillmeetwiththeDean tomorrowat4:OOpm.Petitionswillbeinthesenatorsmailboxesfor24hraccesstobanktellermachines.Conmitteemeetingtonightfollowing meeting. Add/Dropadhoc-Thenextstepistotakeittotheacademicpoliciescouncil. SPECIAL ORDERSResolution#8-SenatorTriandiflousaidthatallthisresolutionisdoingissayingthatweareagainstthisparticUlar system, it'sourjobtogoalongwiththeresultsofthesurvey.ElvisRiveraurgedafriendlyarrmendment adding tothe4thwhereas,thisisjustthefirststepintheprocess,overall,studentsareagainstthis.SenatorMastriannisaidthatheisveryagainstthis,ifitgoestoF.A.hewouldliketoorganizestudentturnoutatthe meeting, askedanyinterestedstudentstopleaseseeh:im.SenatorOlsonproposedafriendlyarrmendmentthatadded"with872completedresponses"afterthewordsurvey,itwasaccepted,saidthathehasa problem withthenotionthatthesurveymighthavebeenbiased.SenatorTwilleycalledforavoteofacclamation,therewasanobjection,shecontinuedtosaythatshealsodidthesurveyandfoundthatstudentsareagainstthis,weshouldpassthisbill.SenatorSkidmoresaidthatthesurveywasn'ta goodonebecauseSenatorMastrianniwasbiased,spoke about howthissurveywouldn'tstandupsociologically.SenatorClarksaidthatbecausetheresultsareonlyamajority,acclamationisnotacceptable.SenatorLaPintasaidthathedoesn'tlikethesurveyandthathedoesn'tgeta goodtasteinhismouthabouttheresolution.SenatorKrebs argUed againsttheresolutiononphilosophicalgrounds.SenatorDragonetticalledthequestion,therewasanobjection,andhecontinuedtosaythatheisnotinfavoroftheresolutionbutisagainstthe system. Dr.Buttonsaidthatthereappearstobesupportofthisresolution,thesenateisjustargueingabouhesurvey,hereisaresolution,letitstanduptoavote.ElvisRiverayieldedtoJeffCraigwhosaidthathespentseveralofhisvacationhourslookingatandtabulatingthesurvey,thesurveyisrepresentative,themajorityofresponseswerenotfrom Hart andFunelle,mostoftheoff-campusresponseswerenotinfavorofthe system, notedthatthesenatorsthatarequestioningthevalidityofthesurveyarethesenatorswhodidnotconductthesurvey,andsaidthattheExecutiveBranchhasastrongerstandagainstthissystemthanthesenate.

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SenatorMastriarmisaidthatsenatorsshouldnotquestionthevalidityofthesurveyiftheywerenotthere.SenatorClarkproposedafriendlyamnendmentthatwasnotaccepted.SenatorOlsonsaidthathefeelsthatthewholesurveyisallscrewedupandisopposedtothisresolution.SenatorLaPintaproposedafriendlyamnendmentthatstruckthe4thwhereasandthelastlineofthefirstbeitresolved,itwasaccepted.SenatorTwilleydefendedthesurvey,saidthatshewasthereandtherewasnotbias,andthatclaimsastosaidbiasisaninsulttotheintelligenceofthestudentssurveyed,sheisinfavorofthisresoluitionandwouldliketoseeitpass.SenatorTriandiflousaidthatthisisaveryimportantresolution,that Academic PoliciesCommitteewillprobablypassthisonintheaffirmativetoF.A.,feelsthatthealternativesneedtobeexamined.SenatorSkidmorecalledthequestion,therewasanobjection.Yuvalsaidthatthisissuehascomeupseveraltimesbefore,andtheSAhasbeenopposedtoitinthepast,the problemseems tobewiththesurvey,itisdifficulttorelyonasurvey,actualstatisticaldatadivertsattentionfromtheissue,thediscussionshouldbelimitedtotheresolution.SenatorAbbottquestionedthevalidityofthebiasclaim.SenatorRepleogmovedthequestion,itpassed20y3nla,andsotheresolutionwenttoanimmediatevore,andpassed14y7n3a.OLDBUSINESSBill#21-Passedrules.FinancesaidthatallincomefromtherentalsgoesrightbacktoSA.SenatorOlsonsaidthattherearetwotypewrittersthataresittingaroundunused,needthesetypewritterstobeavailable,urgedpassage.SenatorSkidmorecalledthequestion,therewas noobjection,therewas asecondandsothebillwenttoanimmediatevoteandpassed26yOnOa.Bill#22-Passedrules.Financesaidthattheonlyquestionwaswherethepriceswerefrom.JoarmPalmermovedtotablethisbill,therewas asecondandthebillwasclearlytabled. .ANNOUNCEMENTS AND PUBLIC COMMENT SeeRonGuileifyouhaveanyquestionsaboutthetrainingofPublicSafety.StudentServices members were reminded to remain afterthemeetingandallsenatorswereurgedtochecktheirmailboxes.Therewillbeabilltofund Pox Officesalariesnextweek.Senatorswere reminded aboutbUdgetcouncil.Bloodmobilewillbeherenextweek.LanceWeingardis doing verywell,willbebackmostlikelynext semester. TheCraftFairis going onnow. TheNutcrackeristhisSundayat2:OOpmand7:OOpm.TheSenatemeetingisatOneidanextweek. Themeetingwasadjournedat7:37.

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DROPPINGACLASS?ORTHINKINGABOUTIT?Herearesomehelpful hints ondecidingwhetherornottodrop aclass: N"ith thedropperiod being asshortasitis(onlyeightclassdays),thereislittletimeforstudentstodecideiftheywanttoremaininaclass.Withthisinmind,wehavecome.lpwithafewguidelinesthatmighthelpwithyourdecision.Keepthesepointsandcourses)factioninmindwhen facing thedecision. l\. Didtheprofessordistributeacourseoutlineorsyllabusatthefirstclass meeting? 1.asyllabusisacontractbetweenyouandtheprofessor.Aprofessormustprovideasyllabusatthestartofacourse.Thesyllabusshouldinclude:a. testing procedureb. grading procedurec.absenceprocedured.anyandallworkthatwillberequired2.ifasyllabusisnotprovided,youshoulddothe following: a.demandonefromtheprofessorb.reportthistotheheadofthedeoartmentc.reportthistotheStudentAssociation3.ifasyllabusisstillnotavailable,itisa goodindicationthattheprofessorisunorganized.Asyllabusisarequirement.Atthispoint,youshouldthinkveryseriouslyabout dropping theclass.3. ..,oJ. J.Evenifthecourseisanabsoluterequirementforyourdegreeprogram,donothesitatetodemand asyllabusanddonothesitatetolodgeacomplaint.Ifyoudesireassistancein doing so,please seeusimmediately. Askaroundaboutthereputationofboththeprofessorandthecourse.Otherstudentswhohavealreadytakenclasseswiththeprofessorwillbeabletogiveyou aprettygoodindicationoftheclassandtheprofessor.Evaluateyourcourseload,andtrytojudgewhetherornotyou'llbeabletohandletheworkload.Thedrop periodisonly classdays.Ifyouhave aclassthatmeets once aweekona TuesdayorWednesday,you'llhavejust one: classmeetingonwhich to base yourjesision.Youwill needtotakeextracarein deCiding whetherornot to remainninthe:lass. tJe attheStudent ion donotfeelthatthepresentdrop periodisanadequatepreiod)ftimetomakethisdeCision,andweareworking to chancethispolicy.Untilwecandoso, though,please use thesepointswhenmaking your decHion. Itismostimportantthat 1 syllabusisdistributedanddiscussed.Itisacontractwith you,and,itisa verygoodtndicationoftheprofessorandtheclass.Ifyouneedassistancei.nseeingtoitthatasyllabusisprovided, please stopandseeJS.TheStudentAssociationofficesare 10cateCl onthe2ndfloor ofHewitt Union.tudentssociation

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession20thMeeting28January1987 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheminutes4.Approvaloftheagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRiveraJudicialreport6.FinancereportJohn Deighan 7.Committeereports8.SpecialordersBill#31 9. Oldbusiness10.NewbusinessBill#29Bill#3011.AnnouncEments andpUbliccomment12.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession19th Meeting 10 December 1986 Minutes PresidentoftheSenateThe19thmeetingofthe22ndLegislativesessionwasunofficiallyopenedwiththeknightingof furry Greenberg.The ceremonyand knighting wasconstitutionalyjustifiedbytheMinisteroftheCourt,Yuval.Theactualknightingwasperformed bythePrime l\linister, Rob,underthedirectionofthe Ehlperor, Elvis.IntroductionofthecastwasdonebytheRoyalClerk,Jeff.Hereafter, furry willbereferredtoonlyasSirBarryGreenberg.The19thmeetingofthe22ndLegislativesessionwascalledtoorderat6:32pm.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingpeopleabsent:ChrisHurd, Michele Twilley(withproxy),DougRoesch,GaryShuster,FrankKearny(withproxy),EricaLakin,andMike Marrano. Theminuteswereapprovedwiththefollowing changes: "...andthathedoesn'tgeta goodtasteinhismouthabouttheresolution."wasstrickenfromtherecord(line17underResolution#8),andSenatorKrebsdidnotargueagainstthesameresolution.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowing changes: Bill#28 wasaddedtospecialorders,Bill#22 wasaddedtoOldBusiness,Bill#25 wasaddedtoOldBusiness.Bill#28 vas placedonspecialordersasaresultofamotiononthefloor.The following isthedebateonthatquestion:SenatorOlsonsaidthatthebillshouldbeapprovedforspecialorders,thebillneedstobeactedonsothatthingscanhappenoverbreak.SenatorSkidmoresaidthatthebill.isfor$1500,thisundercutsthe normal process,makesithardertomakeaninformeddecision.JohnDeighan said thatthereismoretothisthanjust$1500.SenatorShinskesaidthathespokewithstudentsbeforehandandtheyhadheardaboutit.Dr.ButtonmentionedJohnTsconcern,thisbilljuststartstheroadtowardmoreexpenditures,itshouldbegivenmuchconsideration.SenatorShinskemovedthequestion,therewasRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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asecond,themotionfailed.SenatorOlsonsaidthatissenatorshad 109.ked attheirmailboxes,theywouldhavefoundinformationaboutthis,thingsneedtogetdoneoverbreakonthis.SenatorClarksaidthatthisisnotallthemoneythatwouldbeneeded,nothingisbeinghiddenthough,thereareonlyacertainamountoffrequenciesavailable,OswegoH.S.mayapplyaswell.SenatorTriandiflouyieldedtoVicGolio,WOCRGeneralManager,whosaidthatthisiscrucial,ifanothergroupappliedforthis,therecouldbeaddeddifficulties,also,hespokeaboutthepacketsthatwereinthemailbox,a monthcouldbelost,urgedapositivevote,andsiadthatSUNYCOhasthelargestComm.Dept.inSUNYbutoneofthefewthathasnoradiostation.SenatorTriandiflouaddedthatthereisnoreasonforthisnottogoonspecialorders.SenatorLaPintasaidthattimeisanimportantfactor,theult:imatecostcouldbeupto$50,000,thisisabigsteptotake,thinkaboutwhetherornotyou want todebateittonight.SenatorMastriannicalledthequestion,therewas noobjectionsothemotionwenttoanimnediatevote.Byavoteof20y 2n5athebillwasplacedonspecialorders.SenatorLaPintapickedupsponsorshipofResolution#9,SenatorOlsonpickedupsponsorshipofBill#28,asdidSenatorClark,Theenacted'sinResolution#10were changed toresolved's,andthedollaramountofBill#26 was changed to$352.61.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRobWood-Thereisa125thpartyFridayat12:45intheUnion.-PubCrawlbeganlastweekend,willbeinfulloperationthisweekend.ElvisRivera-Thisisthelastmeetingin'86.-DebbieShinewasappointedasco-directorofChechCashing.-TheBudgetCouncilMemberswereappointed.-Elvissaidthatitwas a goodideatotryPubCrawlagain,urgedSenatorstoexpresshteconditionalstandingtoconstituencies.-TheresultsfromtheSenateRetreatwerepassedout.-One Aux.Servicesseatisopen,pleasefilloutinterestforms.-Nominationsforgraduationspeakersareduethe12thofDecember. -HappyNewYearandMerryChristmas. .FINANCE REPORTJohnDeighan-BudgetCouncilwillmeetthe1stand2nd weekendsinFebruary.Requestsareduethe2ndofFeb.SenatehearingswillbeFeb.18,19,25&26.SASU REPORTEveretteJoseph,PresidentofSASU,saidthathe was gratefultobeabletospeaktothesenate.Hehasbeentravellingaccrossthestatelately,ithasbeenaneducationalexperience.Thepastsemesterhasseen:Theelectionprocess,candidateforums,meeting'swithCuomo'speopleabouthighered.,analyzingtheSUNYBudget.EveretteexplainedsomeofthebUdgettothesenate,describingthebUdgetasadequate,workstillneedstobedoenonit.Also,self-suffieience,tenatntsrights,theChancellorsearchcommitteeandlocalcampuslobbydaywereapartofthelastsemester.Everettealsofieldedquestions

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fromthesenate.Nextsemester'sprioritiesaretenantrightsandtheathleticissue. COMMITIEE REPORTSFinance-willspeakonbillsastheycomeup.Rules-willspeakonbillsastheycomeup.Elections-GerryMastrianniwillbeco-chair.StudentServices-Hasmetwithseveraladministratorsabouttheparkingissue,themudlotsarenowsplitbetweenresidentandcommunter, apossiblesolutionmightbethatfreshmanwillhavenocars,butthatmightnotbeenoughtosolvetheproblem.Senatorswereaskedtoreturnthepetitions.Thenextmeetingwillbebeforenextsemester'sfirstsenatemeeting.Add/Drop-notmuch newthisweek,resolutionisintonight'spacket,foundoutthatresolutionsdocArrymuchweight. . OLDBUSINESSBill#22-Passedrules,financeaskedwherethequotescamefrom.SenatorPalmersaidthatGeorgeHacherevaluatedthesystemandsituation,anddetenninedthiswouldbetheequipmenttohave,andsaidthattheoldequipmentisinreallybadshape,wouldimprove213.SenatorLaPintasaidthatthisisa goodbill,a gooduseofthefee,thequalityofsound wouldbeup-dated,isinfavor.SenatorMastriannicalledthequestion,therewas noobjection,andthemotionpassedunanimously.Bill#25-PassedrulesundertheguidelinesofBill#3.Financehasno comment.SenatorPalmersaidthattherearetwodatesintheUnionthistimebecausetherewassentimentthatapercentageoftheoffcampuspopulationwasmissingout.SenatorOlsoncalledthequestion,therewasanobjection.SenatorMastriannisaidthatOswegonianspaceisreserved,needsinputonhowtoadvertise.SenatorRepleogproposedthatthe18thand19thisforoffcampussenatorsonle,itwasaccepted.SenatorLaPintacalledthequestion,therewas noobjection,sothebillpassedunanimously. SPECIALORDERSBill#26-RuleswerewaiVed,FinancesaidthattheproblemisthatSAisalwalysaskedtokickinthedifferenceforsomethinglikethis,reccommended$150.SenatorHauslersaidthatshewouldliketostickwiththeoriginalfigure,lastyearthefigurewas$300,thisyeArtheeventsareoncampus,thisisgood for communityrelations,morepublicity,urgedpassagewiththeoriginalfigure.SenatorLaPintasaidthatheisinfavorof$150,thinksthatwordofmouthisgood enoughpUblicity,thisisa goodcause,asteptowardsbetterrelations,butwouldliketoseeafriendlyammendmentfor$150.SenatorKrebssaidthatonceagainwearearguingoverpennies,weshouldtakeleadershipandresponsabilityandpayfortheentireamount.TomLonnquistsaidthatmorestudentswilltakepartbecause

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it'soncampus,variousstudentgroupsareinvolved,Fallbrookwillbe used, therewillbefreerefreshments,getthewordout.SenatorClarksaidthattheadvertisingistoo much, ifthemoneyistoomuchweshouldn'tdo it, urgedfriendlyarrmendment.SenatorOlsonsaidthatmanyschoolshavea goodtimeatthese things, wegotagoodfeelingfromexchange day, let'skeepit going, don'tcutit.SenatorDragonettiproposedafriendlyarrmendment,itwasnotaccepted,andhewentontosaythathedoesn'tsee why weshouldhavetopaymoneyeveryt:imesomethingcomesuplike this, Apathyhappensnomatterwhatwe do, doesn'twanttoseethesenategothroughanotherdayofspending $9,000, itshouldbe$150.SenatorMastrianniproposedafriendlyammendmenttochangethefigureto $150, itwasnotaccepted,hewentontosaythatGSAonlygave $100, handmadeposterswouldbe fine, $100 wouldbefine.SenatorShinskesaidthatGSAisonabudget,butsoare we, thedifferencemay seemlike nothing, butitis something, weshouldgowiththefinancecorrmitteefigure.SenatorTriandiflouproposedafriendlyarrmendmentof$302.61, which wasaccepted,hesaidthatheisinfavorofthis bill, weshouldnotlower funding by so much.SenatorDiBlasisaidthathesupportsthenew figure, itwouldbeagoodt:ime,isinfavor.SenatorStissersaidthatheisinfavor,therearegoodeventsplanned.SenatorPalmercalledthequestion,therewasanobjection.Dr.Buttonsaidthatwehavetalkedaboutthisforalongt:ime,urgedavotesowecanmoveontootherthings.SenatorLaPintasaidthatwearefightingaboutpennies,hedoesn'tminddebatingwhatevertheamount,itisamatterofprinciple,letpeopleprovethemselvesformoney,don'tletthembadmouthusaboutit.SenatorHauslersaidthatitisourjobtoprovideactivities,wewillnotkillourfinanceswith this, urgesayesvote.SenatorOlsonsaidthatitisprettyobviousthatthesponsorswillnotacceptalower figure, solet'sgotoavote.SenatorKrebsmovedthequestion,therewas asecond,thebillpassed18yIn4a.Bill#22-Rulesandfinancewerewaived.SenatorTriandiflou,theAsst.managersaidthattheytriedtogetwork stUdypeoplebutcould not, sowehavetopaythesalary,weneedthismoneytohirepeople.SenatorShinskecalledthequestion,therewas noobjection,andthebillpassedunanimously.Resolution#9-SenatorLaPintasaidthatthissaysthankyouforyourefforts.SenatorOlsonsaidthatBarryhasdoneagreat job, urgedacclamation.DrButtonreferredtoBarryasyourexcellency,andnotedBarry'sinvolvementinthecourtandtheASFoard.SenatorMastrianniproposedafriendlyammendmentthattheword"sir"beinsertedbeforethewordBarryintheresolution,itwasaccepted.SenatorPlamersaidthat Barry hasdoneanoutstandingjob.SenatorRepleogcalledforacclamation,therwas noobjection.Resolution SenatorTriandiflouyieldedtoJeffCraigwhoexplainedtheletterandthepurposebehind it, SenatorTriandiflousaidalsothatthiswilldrawattentiontotheletter,itneedsyoursupport,theExec.Branchhasbeen working on this, thiswilladdtoitoursent:iments.SenatorOlsoncalledthequestion,therewasanobjection.DrButtonraisedsoemquestionsaboutthewordingoftheletter,andofferedhisassisstance.SenatorDiBlasiaskedwhatlengthoft:ime wouldbestriVedfor.SenatorOlsoncalledthequestion,therewasanobjection.

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SenatorHauslerproposedafriendlyanmendmentto change thewordingfromarefferenceofthislettertoaletter,itwasaccepted.SenatorPalmercalledforavoteofacclamation,therwas noobjection.Bill#28-Ruleswerewaived,aswasfinance.SenatorClarksaidthelatehourshouldnotaffectthedebate,therewillbemore moneyinvolveddowntheroad,butthisisthefirststep.SenatorOlsonyieldedtoVicGolio,whosadithatWOCRislimitedpresently,witha100wattstation,WOCRcouldbeheardmoreandcoulddomore,wearethe6thlargestbroadcastingschoolinthecountryyetwedon'thavearadiostation,weneedtogetthefrequency.SenatorOlsoncontinuedtosaythatWOCRisgreat,butisverylimited,thisisalotofmoney,thisisjustadropinthebucket,thisisaninvestmentthatweneed.SenatorShinskesaidthatthisisaninvestmentinthefuture,itmeansstudentnewsbeingheardinthearea,wouldleadtomoreinterestinthecollege.TomLonnquistsaidthatitcouldmean much more money,butafterseeingthededicationofthepeopleitisworthwhile,itiswortha $1500gamble.SenatorSkidmoresaidthatheisinfavorofthebill,theoutletforstudentmediaislimitedhere,thiswouldgreatlyincreaseit.SenatorLaPintasaidthatheapplaudstheeffortsoftheWOCRpeople,butthiscouldmeanspending$7-8perstudentonthis,itisunrealisticfinancially, time isneededforconsideration,anincreaseinthefeewouldbeinevitable.SenatorMastriannicalledthequestion,therewasanobjection.JohnDeighansaidthathehasmanyreservationsaboutthis,hopesthatSenatorswon'tfeelcommittedbyspending$1500.TheproxyforSenatorKearnysaidthatthepeopleatWOCRhaveinvestedmanyhoursinthestation,WOCRitselfisa goodinvestment.DrButtonsiadthatweneedtoaskourselvesifwecanspendthemoney,thereismoneyinthesurplUS,buthistoryshowsthatthesenateisalwaystentativeindippingintoit,thesupportingdocumentsareambigousanddoesnotlendsupporttothemotion,perhapsthisshouldbetabled.SenatorO'ConnoryieldedtoVicGolio,whosaidthatheisnothidingthefutureamounts,thelawyerwillhandleeverything,thisissomethingthatwouldbehereforever,forallstudentstouse.SenatorRepleogcalledthequestion,therwasanobjection.SenatorTriandiflousaidthathelivesoffcampus,andcannevergetthestation,everyoneisinfavor,theonlyquestionisthemoney,WOCRiscurrentlylimited,nowisthe time todothisbecausewedohaveasurplus.SenatorHarrismovedthequestion,therewas asecond,andthemotionwenttoavotethroughal7y3nlavote.TheBillpassed,througharollcallvote,l8yln3a. .ANNOUNCEMENTSAND PUBLIC .COMMENT Rememberthel25thparty.The time foracademicdisqualificationhasbeenshortened,studentswillnotbeabletowritealetterontheirbehalfanylonger.Pleasegetthepetitionsdone.JohnDeighansaidthatitisn'trightwhen someonecallsforarollcallvoteandthenabstains,peopleshouldnotabstainunlessthereisaconflictofinterest.

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TonyLaPintasaidthathedoesn'tfeelthattheSenategaveproperconsiderationtotheWOCRbill. saidthathethinkstheWOCRdebateshouldhavecontinued,thinksthedebatewas endedtooquickly,thinktwicebeforemovingthequestion.DrButtonurgedthesenatetokeepintheperspectiveoftime,keeptheagendainmind,don'tregardtheresultsashasty.LisaHarrissaidthatthedebatewasonlyrepeatingitself,peoplehad made uptheremindsforthemostpart,andmentionedthatweshouldrespecttherulesofthesenate,notspeakagainstthem andtheothersenatorswhouseandfollowthem.JimTriandiflousaidthatenoughpeoplefeltstrongenoughaboutthemotiontosupportit,andthusthecourseofactionwasthecorrectone.SenatorswereurgedtogoseeWOCR.A comment was madethatRobshouldalwasyswearthatoutfit.Themeetingwasadjournedat9:22pm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSession21stMeeting4February19871.Calltoorder2.RollcallatOswego Agenda3.Approvaloftheminutes4.Approvaloftheagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRiveraJudicialreport6.FinancereportJohnDeighan7.Committeereports8.Oldbusiness9.NewbusinessBill#32Resolution#11Resolution#1210.Announcements andpubliccomment11.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession20th Meet:ing 28January1987MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe20th meeting ofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:16pm.ChiefJusticeYuval sworeinthe following newsenators:MarkTrombley,DanFrenchandJoanPace.Rollwastakenwiththe following peopleabsent:AnnetteCapel,JeffRichardson,LisaHarris,DougRoeschandNedStromfeld.Theminuteswereapproved unchanged. Theagendawasapprovedwiththe follow:ingchanges: Bill#30 wasplacedonspecialordersbeforeBill#31.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRobWood-Pleasewarnallstudentstostayoffthepackice.-ThescheduleforWinterFestivalwaspassedout,schedulesalsowentouttoall Dorm Presidents,pleasetalkuptheevents.-]VlicheleTwilleywasappointedaschairoftheFinancialAidad/hoccommittee.-PPB Boardandcommitteeapplicationswillbeavailablenextweek.ElvisRivera-Welcomeback.-BothDanandJoan,thenewly sworninsenatorsarealumniofthesenate.-Thereisabudgetcouncilvacancy.Senatorsareneededtositonthegraduationspeakerreviewboard.-PubCrawlis runn:ing, itisgoodtohaveit runningduring thisbadweather,theservicebeganoneweekearlythissemesterduetoamistakewemade during thecontractualnegotiations,sofartherehavebeennoincidents.-ThesophmoreseatofAux.ServicesBoardhasbeenfilled,thereisstillanatlargeseatvacant.-Theremightbeoneoffcampussenateseatopeningupsoon.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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-Colin furnes, theSASUdelegate,spokeabouttheefforttheyaremakingtoorganizearoundthesafetyissue,inthefuturetheywillbe working ontheFederalBudget,and,alsointhefuture,LAC(legislativeactioncommittee)whichwillbedesignedtolobbystaterepresentativesonthestatebudget.-ThereisaSAVACbillinthepacket,whichwillcomeupnextweek,pleAselookintoitandbepreparedtodiscussit,theambulanceisneeded.JUDICIALREPORTYuval fur-KokhbaOneofthemainfunctionsofthecourtistoistomonitorstudentgroups,recognizethemandapprovethemfor funding. Problemsoftenarisewhentostudentgroupsco-sponsorthesameevent.Acontracthasbeen designed toalleviatetheproblemsthatsometimesensuewhen anevent.-Therearetwocourtvacanciespresently"bothofwhich befilled byFebruary 13th.Therewillbetwoadditionalvacanciesattheendofthesemester.-ConcerningtheSAJudicialCode,thereareproblemsthatconstantlyrecurraboutproceduralmattersthathavealreadybeenclearedupinthepast.Thus aJudicialReview wouldbehelpfuland eliminate manyproblems.FINANCIAL'REPORTJohnDeighanJim TriandiflouisthenewmanageroftheBoxOffice,duetoare signatiGn. MikeStsserisnowtheAsst.Manager. The BoxOfficeopenedforthefirsttimethispastsemesteronMonday.-BudgetsaredueFebruary4th,hearingsthe7th&8th,andthe14th&15th.-Johnexpressedconcernaboutthebudget,and being abletotakecareofalltheneedswithout raising thefee.However,heisverymuchagainstraising -the fee,sohopefullyorganizationswillbeconsiderateofthisconcernwhen makingtheirrequests.-Much moneyhasbeenspentlately,andJohnisconcernedaboutthefinancialpositionofSA.Pleasecarefullyconsiderthiswhenspendingfunds.-Thusfar,onlytheOswegonianisfulfillingtheirincomeline.-Changeswithrespecttothepart-timefeearebeingconsidered. COMMITIEE'REPORTS Rules-Willmeetfollowingthesenatemeeting.Finance-willspeakonbillsastheycomeup.StudentServices-Willmeet follOWing thesenatemeeting,againconcerningtheparkingproblem.-Alastditchcallforallpetitionswas made. CommunityRelations-MetbeforetheSenate meeting, discussedWinterFestival, R:quested allSenatorstomake apresenceatthefestivities,please slgn -upforaSenateteam.WillmeetnextWednesdayat5:30.Add/drop-Thereisanacademicpoliciesmeetingthisfriday,therewillbea columnontheadd/dropdateinthisThursday'sOswegonian.

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Elections-Thedatesfortheelectionsareset,butthereisdiscussionaboutchangingthem,possiblecomplicationswithBill#3.Willmeettomorrowat6:30.SPECIALORDERSBill#30-Ruleswerewaived,Financerecognizestheneedandreccomends funding asrequested.SenatorLaPintasaidthatitisimportanttoeducateourselvesaboutthis,itwouldbeagreatassetttoSA,debatewouldbegoodifdonecorrectly,itwouldbea goodreference,ahandoutabouthowthefigureswerereachedwaspassedout,verystraightforward.SenatorMastriannisaidthatwehavebeenspoiledwithYuval'spresence,thiswillhelpfuturejustices,thestipendfigureshouldnotbedebated,wouldserveasareferencetousall.SenatorKrebssaidthatsheisinfavorofthis,hasnoqualmsaboutthemoney,hopesthebookwouldnotbecometheSA"Bible."DrButtonsaidthatitsoundslikea goodidea,theinformationwouldbealltogether,itseemstobe thatYuvaldoesit,thequestionseemstobethecost.SenatorFrenchsaidthathesupportsthebill,respectseveryone,thisshouldpass,butweneedtorememberthatwespentforourselveswhenweconsiderspendingforothers.SenatorDragonettiposedafriendly arrmendment thatwasnotaccepted,wondersifthepublicationandsupplyfiguresareadequate.SenatorShinskecalledthequestion,therewasanobjection,wentontosaythatthisisa goodidea,wouldliketobeabletolook things upfor SenatorOlsonsaidthatallhasbeensaidandthathehasalwaystrustedYuval.Yuvalsaidthatithas nothing todowithhis justthatthereare20yearsofadjudicationthatneedscompilation,willbenefitSAasawhole,therewouldbeaccessfortheentirestudentbody,wemightthinkthatourlegislationisperfectbutwemaybeincorrectinsomeofthelegislationwepass,itwouldhaveanindexandatableofcontents,manyareaswouldbeincludedinthepublication,whatgoodareourrightsifwedon'tknow whattheyare.Senator Mastrianni calledthequestion,therewas noobjection.thebillwenttoanirrmediatevoteandpassed Bill#31-Ruleswerewaived,FinancemetwithKimMorellatheWOCRmanagerandsaidthatthereneedstobesome changes withthebill.SenatorOlson anmended hisownbill,the8thWhereas wasstricken,thetypewriterwas changed fromthe100toa 150model,withapriceof$493.24,theservicewarrantylinewasstricked,andthefinaltotalwas$792.24,alsosaidthattheVCRwasstolen,needsreplacing,itisneededforbroadcasts,wouldbefixedassett,urgedpassage.SenatorFrenchyieldedto Morella,whosaidthatwrapdidmaketheirincomelinelastyearandisonly$200 away fromthisyears,TheVCRhelpsthenew showbeabitmoreprefessional,helpsnews,sports,demo's,thetypewriterisalsoneeded.SenatorFrenchaddedthatheisinfavorofthisbill.SenatorDragonettimovedtotablethebill,therewas asecond,themotionfailedbyavoteof3y20n2a,wentontosaythatthebillisstraightforward,hewouldjustlikesometimetothinkaboutit.SenatorLaPintacalledthequestiontherewasanobjection,hewentontosaythatitwasnota goodidea'totablethebillbecauseallpo:intshavebeencovered,theequipmentisneeded,hisonlyconcernisthesafetyoftheequipment.SenatorMastriannicalledthequestion,therewas noobjection,andthebillpassedbyavoteofl8yOn3a.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS ANDPUBLIC COMMENT JimDragonettisaidthatweare using specialorederstoomuch,itshouldbeusedonlyforveryimportantthings,thereisnottimetothink things over,notimetogotoourconstituencies.TornLonnquistthankedthesenateforthesoundequipmentin213,saidthattheatreseatshavebeenapprovedfor213,26new 'N seatswillsoonbeplacedaroundcampusinall dorms and dining centers.DeanWassenaar'sfatherhadaheartattackwhile shoveling snow,isOKthough.TheHewittUnionweekendpassdealwillbeginthisweekend.ElvisRiverasaidthathisofficehourswillbe MWF 10:30-12:30andbyappointment.DRButtonexpressedconcernforthefinancialsituationofSA,hopesthatsenatorsunderstandthefiscalconditionsandramifications,lookattheconceptofthebillsandtheaffordability.JannetteHausleraskedallsenatorsontheWinterfestteamtomeetatFallbrookat1:00pm.JudyKrebssaidthatSASUandthePeaceandJusticeforumare working ontheNYstatedivestmentissue,therewillbea meeting aboutthisonFeb.17th.Allnewsenatorswereaskedtojoinacommittee.DanFrenchsaidthatourSAfeeisverylow comparedtotherestofthestate,ifweneedthemoneytoprovideservicesweneedtoconsiderallpossibilities.TheRulescommitteeandtheElectioncommitteewereaskedtoremainafterthe meeting. TonyLaPintamentionedthepossibilityofageneralfinancialposition meeting. John Deighan mentionedthefiscalshamblesoftheCenterat Buf'falo' sSA,weneedtoalwaysthinkofourfinancialsituation.GerryMastriannisaidthatmorepeopleareneededfortheFinancialAidadd/hoc.Themeetingwasadjournedat8:16pm.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession22ndMeeting11February1987 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheminutes4.Approvaloftheagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRiveraJudicialreport6.FinancereportJohnDeighan7.Committeereports8.Oldbusiness9.NewbusinessBill#34Bill#35Bill #36 Resolution#13Resolution#14Resolution#1510.Announcementsand publiccomment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession21stMeeting4February1987MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe21stmeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:04pm.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingsenatorsabsent:AnnetteCapel,JeffRichardson(withproxy),DougRoesch,GaryShuster,NedStromfeldandMikeMarrano.Theminuteswereapprovedwiththefollowing change: Therearetwo"II's"inMichelleTwilley.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowing changes: Bill#29 wasplacedonOldBusiness,SpecialOrderswasaddedat ontheagenda,Bill#33 wasaddedtoNewBusinessandBill#32 wasplacedonSpecialOrders.EXECUTIVEREPORTSElvisRivera-Invitedalltoameetingtomorrowinrm. #217oftheUniontomeetwithChuck Weeks.-Thenew membersoftheAux.Services Eoard areEdWalbradandDianeKaslow.-Regardingthecampussafetygunpolicy,Dr.Radley has approvedextensionofthehoursto3:OOpm,CollegeCouncilwilllookattheproposalthisweek.-ThereisascholarshipavailablefromAux.Services,applicationsareavailableat504Culkin,thedeadlineisFeb.27th. -BudgetCouncilbeginsthisweekend,Elvis has recommendedatspendingfreezeatpresentlevels,hopefullyallwillgosmoothly.-FrankKearny wasappointedtoBudgetCouncil.RobWood-Listedthisweek'sPPBevents.Yuval-said that vacanciesstillremain,andtheOswegoStudentsforIsrealconstitution had beenapproved.FINANCIALREPORTnoreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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COMMITI'EEREPORTSFinance-anaccountsanalysiswillbeavailablenextweek.Rules-willspeakasbillscorneup.CommunityRelations-isworkingonthreeprojects:1)acharitybasketballgame2)paperrecycling(LisaHarriswillbeworkingonthis)3)theTownofOswego EconomicGrant.StudentServices-isworkingontwothings:1)alettertoNYCEabout24hraccesstotheautomatictellermachines2)parkin(willbemeetingwiththeDeantomorrowat4:OOprn.)Elections-therisabillinthepacketthatcallsforextendingtheon-campusvotingbyoneday.ad/drop-metwithAcademicPolicies itwillbeonthe lookforaresolutionnextweek. Financial Aid-problemshavebeen willmeetwiththe pleaseremainafterthemeeting. OLD BUSINESSBill#29-Nels Judy J:im Danny Murphy DanFrenchandKathleenAbbottpickedupsponsorship.Ruleswas financerevieweditandrecommendsfundingasrequested.SenatorOlsonsaidthattherhasalwaysbeenaproblemwiththe itist:imefora new isinsupportofsafetyandisinsupportofthisbill.SenatorKrebssaidthatSAVACdealswithlifeanddeath rarelydoestheSAeverfacesuch thisislittlemoney oneofthebestserviceson should isoverdue.SenatorDragonettisaidthatishasbeenalong itisatremendous isstraightforward.SenatorMurphysaidthatthisisagood theyrespondquickly andweshouldencourageinvolvement.SenatorFrenchcalledthe therwas noobj andthebillpassedunan:imously. DrButtonaddedthatAux.Servicecameupwiththemajorityoffundingforthe tothesumof . SPECIAL ORDERSBill#32-Rules financesaidthatthesumshouldbechangedto thecityofOswegohasprovidedtheextradayofrentalatnocharge.Senator Mastrianni calledthe therewerenoobjectionsandthebillpassedunan:imously.Resolution#11-SenatorTwilleysaidthattherearemany wantstoasksomequestionsandgetsome theresolutionistolendsupporttothecommittee.Senator Mastrianni saidthatmoneyisbeinghelpuntilafterspring whatabouttheexpenseofbooks weshould seeifitispossibletogetthemoneyearlier.DeanWassenaarsaidthatheappreciatedthespiritofthe butmaybe someonecouldcornetothesenateandexplainthesituation.JohnDeighansaidthatoffcampusPeoplecan'tdeferrentand landlordsandsupermarketswon'ttake

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defferals.DrButtonsuggestedthatperhapsthisbillshouldbetabledsothatalternatesolutionscouldbelookedinto.SenatorDragonetticalledthequestion,therewasanobjection.SenatorTriandifloumotionedtotablethisbill,therewas asecondandthebillwastabledbyavoteof24y3nOa.Resolution#12-Theenactedwaschangedtoresolved.SenatorMastriannihassaidthathehasheardofmanyproblemaboutnon-residentsgainingentry,weshouldnothavetoworrywhileinourdorms,thiswilllethousing lmow howwefeel,pleasepassthis.SenatorKlaehnproposedafriendlyamendmentto change the"out"fromwithout,itwasaccepted.SenatorKrebssaidthatthisislongoverdue,weshouldn'thavetobeconcernedaboutwalkingonourowncampus,saidwemustfollowthroughonthis.SenatorOlsonsaidthatheisinverystrongsupport,whyshouldwehavetobeafraid,urgedacclamation.SenatorRepleogcalledforacclamation,therewerenoobjections,sotheresolutionpassedbyacclamation.ANNOUNCEMENTSAND PUBLIC COMMENT JimDragonettisuggestedsendingtheresolutiontotheSafetyTaskForceandSEEP. DeanWassenaarcautionedstudentsabouttheAirplaneScam.JeffCraig urged everyonewithanyquestionsregardingNYPIRGtogetintouchwithhim.NelsOlsonremindedthesenateaboutthemeetingwiththeDean,askedforparkingsuggestionsandsaidtocheckyourmailboxes.DrButtonsiadthatwemightlookintostartinganambulancereplacementfundofourown. Thebloodmobilewillbeherenextweek. Wint:erfest has begun, isgoingwell,andTomLonnquisthaslosthiscoffemug.Colin Earnes, theSASUdelegatesaidthatthereisameetingaboutsafetytomorrow night at7:30upstairsintheUnion.DanFrenchsaidthatwehadwonderfuldebateaboutNYPIRGlastyear,andremindedthesenatethatthisbillisonlyaboutwhetherornottoletthestudentsvote.MichelleTwilleysaidthatresolution#11isveryimportant.TheStudentServiceComnitteewasurgedtoremainafterthemeeting.JUdyKrebssaidthatbothsidesoftheNYPIRGissueshouldbepresentedwhengoingtodormcouncil.Themeetingwasadjournedat7:16pm.

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession23rdMeeting18February1987 Agenda1.Ca11toorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheminutes4.Approvaloftheagenda5.ExecutivereportsRobWoodElvisRiveraJudicialreport6.FinancereportJohnDeighan7.Committeereports8.Oldbusiness9.NewbusinessResolution#1610.Announcementsandpubliccomment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession22nd Meeting 11February1987 Hinutes PresidentoftheSenateThe 22ndmeetingofthe22ndLegislativeSession was calledtoorderat6:13pm.Rollwastakenwiththe following peopleabsent:JoanPace(withproxy),DougRoesch(withproxy),NedStromfeld(withproxy)andRoyIppolito.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bill#33wasaddedtooldbusiness,thenewbill#33 changed to#34,new#34to#35,new#35to#36.SenatorsTriandiflou,Stisser,FrenchandalsoRobSteindlerwithdreworwerewithdrawnfromsponsorship.PatrickMorinandDwayneSkeeteweresworninasnewsenators.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRob Wood-Requestedallvisitorstopleasebequiet.-AbouttheNYPIRGbill,allsenatorswereaskedtodiscussnotNYPmGbutthemeritsofthe pending question.-JimCullen,PresidentofCortland'sSA,whodescribedhowNYpmGisheldaccountableatCortland,describedtheNYPmGchapteratCortland,mentionedthatthesenatewouldbe doing theresponsible thing iftheyletstudentsvote,saidthatthereferendumisanimportantdemocratictool,ifitdoespassheurgedtoughcontractnegotiations.-FrankJohnson,fromCentralNewYorkToxinsAssoc.spokebrieflyaboutNYPIRGand hiS involvementandcontactwothNYPIRG.He very muchrespectstheorganization,appreciatestheassistancetheygavehimonthetoxictorteissue,mentionedhowdesparatelyOswego Countyneedscleaningup,Urged astudentreferendum.-Robaskedsenatorsnottomakefaceswhen youdisagree With thespeaker.ElvisRivera-Alistforthespeechreviewcommitteewasapssedout.-Budgetcouncillookslikeit might betough,andthefeemight have toberaised,itissometimesimpossibletofreeze.-Alloff-campussenatorswereaskedtoremain.-Also,thesenateclerkpositionisavailable.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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Yuval-saidthatthereareno pending cases,isinvolvedinthefirsttwochaptersofthedocument:executiveandelections.FINANCIALREPORTNoreport. COMMITI'EE REPORTSRules-discussedtheNYPIRGbill,couldnotmake a ruling, sorecommendedthatrulesbewaived.Finance-willspeakonbillsastheycorneupStudentServices-metwiththeDeanabout parking, thelotbehindSheldonwillopeninthe spring, letterswentouttotheNYCEnetworkabout24hraccesstothetellermachines.CornmunityRelations-still working onEnterprisedevelopmentzone,recylclingandthebasketballgame.Elections-JoannePalmersteepeddownaschair.Needs moresenators,meetingThursdayat6:30pm.FinancialAid-iswaitingoninfofromthestate.ADD/Drop-seetheresolutioninthepacket.OLDBUSINESSBill#33-ruleswerewaivedbyavoteof29yInOa.Financeusedtheblackboardtoshow how moneyisallocatedthroughpercentagedistributionandshowedonepossibleeffectNYPIRGmighthave 6n that.Isnotinfavor.SenatorKlaehnsaidthatNYPIRGwouldinvolvemanyofthepresentlyapatheticpeopleoncampus,thesenateisonly33people,whocan'taccuratelyspeakfor7,000,givethestudentsthechance,hopesitgoestothestudents.SenatorHarrisyieldedtoJeffCraig,whomentionedthereferendumguidelinescornefromSUNYCentral,throughthecontractthereiscontrolandaccountability,andhepointedoutthatthefinancecommitteefiguresareonlyonepossible,unlikelyscenario.SenatorHarriswentontosaythatitisuptothestudentstodecide,notjustthese33senators,hopesthatthestudentswillbeabletovote.SenatorHurdsaidthatthereferendumisan:importantttdemocratictool,itisjustforareferendum,servesasacheckandbalance.SenatorKrebsdescribedwhat areferendumisforandwhatitsusesare,itmeansthatthe goverrnnent truststhepeoplewithadecision,alsomentionedthatbecausewearebiasedandourmindsarealreadymadeup,wehavetoletthestudentsvote.SenatorHauslersaidthatsinceitisthestudentsmoneytheyshouldbeabletodecide,wecan'tdenyit.SenatorMastriannisaidthatnowwecanheretheothersideofthestory,SAmoneyshouldnot .fund abiasedgroup,thereareUSConstitutionquestionsirwolved,wecan'tcuredemocracy,apathywon'trunawaywithachapter,wewouldimplythatsenatorsaren'tdoingtheirjob,itdoesn'tmatterwhatthecontractmightsay.JohnDeighansaidthatheisopposedtothis becauseiitisexploitivetoput6senatorsassponsors,alsoitisexploitivefortheexecutivestobringspeakerswhoarepro-NYPIRG,itisnotfairfor$36,000toleavethecampuswithnegligiblebenefit,wouldresultinalopsidedcampaign,NJPIRGwasdeclaredunconstitutional,itisnotfairforstudentstobeableto enf'orce theirviewsonallthestudent.Senator

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KearnyyieldedtoKirkVanheusen,whosaidthatheisabhoITedbythe fund:il1g mechanismofNYPIRG,studentsareexploitedbyNYPIRG,wasinvolvedwithStopPIRG,attendedsome meet:il1gs, sawtheunfairsystem,foughtagainstit, usd moneyfromhisMom,ifthisgoestoreferendumhefeelsthatthecampus wouldbeoverrunwithNYPIRGprofessionals,theissueshouldbewhetherornotthe fund:il1g mechanismisfair.ProxyforSenatorPaceyieldedtoCraigRucker,whosaidthatheisanoriginalplaintiffinthepresentNYStatecourtcase,experienceshowsthatreferendumsaremanipUlated,NYPIRGcloudstheissue,freedomofassociationistherealquestion,youare voting todenystudentvotes.TheProxywentontosaythatwestillhavetodecidewherethemoneygoes,weshouldbelieveinourpowerasthestudentlegislativebody,andshouldmakethedecisionshere.SenatorTriandiflouyieldedtoPaulBurnswhosaidthathetriedtoestablishachapterherelastyear,failed,andnow worksforNYPIRG,isnotamanipulativemonster,manipulationisnothowNYPIRGworks,forumscouldbesetupsobothsidescouldbeheard.SenatorTriandiflouwentontosaythatNYPIRGactivitiesarebeneficialtoallstudents,heusedtobeagainstit,butafterhelearnedwhatthey'reabout fie nowsupports,thereareextrachecksandbalances,doen,tseehowthe fund:il1g istheissue.SenatorMorinsaidthathehasheardvariousviewsandspokewithmanyfromhis dorm, theysaidthattheywereafraidtohaveareferendum,afraidofwhatthestudentswoulddecide,Scalesdecidedtovoteagainstareferendum.SenatorRepleogsaidthatshebroughtittoherconstituents,madethepointthatitisonlyaboutareferendum,urgedafrienlyanmendmenttostrikethe9thwhereas.SenatorPlameryieldedtoPaulAckers,whosaidthetheeditorialstaffsoftheOswegonian,WOCRandWIDPareagainstthisbecauseitallowsanorganizationtosupercedethe normal budgetaryprocess.SenatorFrenchsaidthathe r.as weighedthepro'sandcon's,askedmanypeoplehowtheyfeel,andfeelsthatthestudentbodyisintelligentenoughttornakethedecision,ifpeopleareagainstit,thentheyshouldvotenoatreferendumtime,hehopesstudentshavetheoptiontovote.SenatorOlsonsaidthatthisisincredible,hethankedgodthatJulioGraciavetoedthislastyear,onlythesenatehastheknowledgetomakethisdecision,can't determinesometh:il1g likethiswhenwedon'tknowwhatwillhappentothefeeinthefuture,urgedalltovoteno.SenatorTwilleyyieldedtoDrewKantor,whosaidthatheonceworkedforNYPIRGbutafterhesawthewaytheyoperateheisnowagainstthem,theissuewouldforceallstudentstofund,whichisunfair.SenatorTwilleywentontosaythatNYPIRGrepresentstheliberalview,conservativeswouldbedenied,wemusttrustourselvestomakethevote.SenatorMarranosaidthatitcomes downtoeverybodyhavingasidetosell,letitgotothepeople,theyshouldbetheonestodecide,notus,we'vralreadygotoursides.SenatorShinskeproposedafriendlyamendmenttostrikethe9thwhereasthatwasaccepted,hewentontosaythatwehaveheardmanyviews,therewouldbebothsidesavailablecomereferendum Ume, studentshavetherighttodecide,studentswouldhavetobetrulypersuadedtovoteyes,letthestudentsvote.SenatorLaPintayieldedtoBobSchiendler,whosaidthatheoncetriedtorunforaNYPIRGboardseat,wasgrilledfortwohoursaboutit,andamistakeledtohisnamenot appear:il1g ontheballot,NYPIRGwillexploitthestudentapathy,theminorityshouln'tbetrustedwiththisdecision,urgedtheresponsibledecidion.SenatorLaPintawentontosaythatthereseemstobealagalitytothisissue,thiswouldbeakickintheheadtootherorganizations,isopposed,hasdonealotofresearch,hopesthateveryoneagreesthatthisisunfair..SenatorDragonettimovedthequestion,therewas asecond,andthequestlonwas movedbyavotof24y7nOaandthemainmotionfailedbyarollcallvoteof14y17nla.'

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NEWBUSINESSResolution#13-Danny Murphy,JimTriandiflouandMindyRepleogpickedupsponsorship.SenatorMurphysaidthathethinksthatpeoplewhocontributeshouldgetrecognition,wouldbegoodtodo.SenatorTriandifloucalledthequestion,therewas noobjectionsothemainmotionwenttoan :immediate voteandpassedunanimously.Resolution#14-TonyLaPinta,NelsOlson,JoannPalmer,FrankKearneyandPatrickMorinpickedupsponsorship.SenatorTriandiflousaidthatheurgedafriendlyamendmenttochangeacademicdaystoclassdays,whichhedidhimselfthenamend,andwentontosaythatweknowhehasbeenworkingonthisandthisistheresult,urgedacclamation.SenatorStissersaidthatthisisaseriousproblem,andthiswillshowourresolvetochangeit.SenatorOlsonsaidthatthiswasdiscussedlastweek,issurethatallsenatorshaveheardcomplaintsaboutthis,urgedacclamation.SenatorLaPintasaidthatalotofworkhasbeendoneonthis,itshouldbeweighedheaVily,thinksfourtherworkwillberequiredtoresolvethisthough.SenatorKearneycalledforacclamation,therewasanobjection.Hewentontosaythatthisspeaksforitself.SenatorPlamercalledthequestion,therewasanobjection.SenatorMorinsaidthathishallsupportsthis,hesupportsit,andurgedacclamation.SenatorShinskesaidthathewantstoknowifpart#3ofthiscouldberemoved.ProxyforJoannPacesaidthathemissedlastweeksdiscussion,seespart#3asdebateable,SenatorHarriscalledforacclamation,therewasanobjection.Senator Mastrianni calledthequestion,therewerenoobjections,sothebillwenttoan immediate votewhereitpassed28y2nOa.Resolution#15-was immediately tabled.Therewas amotiontoadjournthatwassecondedat10:37pm.



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislaitveSessionApril9,1986 Office of 'Vice-p,e"iJent atOswegoResolution1WHEREAS,WetheStudentsattheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoShareinthelossduetothe untimely passingawayofDr.Spenko,and,WHEREAS,Dr.SpenkorecievedhisMAinEnglishfromChicagoin1973andhisPh.DfromChicagoin1977,andWHEREAS,Dr.SpenkotaughtattheUniversityofRochesterforsixyearsandhereatOswegosincethefall,andWHEREAS,HisSpecialtiesincluded20thcenturyliteraturehistory,theoryofLiteraryCriticism,Dunne,Dickens,FaulknerandHemingway,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoexpressesourcondolencestothefamilyandmanyfriendsofDr.Spenko.SUBMITTEDBY:RobertWood,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:TheStudentAssociationSenatePassedbyvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate22ndLegislativeSessionApril9,1986Offie .. of CVie.. pruiJ.... tatOswegoResolution2WHEREAS,WetheStudentsattheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoshareinthelossduetotheuntimelypassingawayofDr.Chapman,andWHEREAS,Dr.ChapmanrecievedhismastersinHealtheducationandcounselingfromTempleUniversityandhisPh.DfromtheUniversityofMarylandin1974,andWHEREAS,Dr.ChapmanwasappointedDirectorofCounselingServiceshereatOswego,andWHEREAS,Heservedthestudentsascounselor,teacher,andeducator,andWHEREAS,Inadditiontopersonal,one-to-onecounceling,Dr.Chapmanofferedavarietyofoutreachprogramsandworkshopstothestudents,faculty,andstaff,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUNiversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoexpressesourcondolencestothefamilyandmanyfriendsofDr.Chapman.SUBMI'ITEDBY:RobertWood,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:TheStudentAssociationSenatePassedbyvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 22ndLegislativeSession11thMeeting8October1986PresidentoftheSenate -. Whereas,Whereas,Whereas,Whereas,Resolution #3 R Lance Wiegandisastudentatthiscollegeand a memberoftheStudentAssociation,and Lance wasseriouslyinjuredthispastweekend,and LanceisnowatCrouse-IrvingMemorialHospitalintheintensivecarewarrecoveringfromhisinjuryandsubsequentsurgery,andLance's friends andfamilyhereattheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoallwishforaspeedyrecoveryforLance,thereforeBeitresolved StudentAssociationSenateoftheState ofNew York CollegeatOswego,thelegislativebodythatrepresentstheentireStudentAssociation,thattheStudentAssociationwishesto Wholeheartedly conveyourconcern,hopeforaspeedyrecoveryandbestwishestoR Lance Wiegand.Submittedby: TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby: JimTriandiflouPassedunanimously .Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341]

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession11thMeeting8October1986Resolution#4PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStateUniversityofNewYorkcurrentlyhasproposedlegislationregardingIntercollegiateAthleticsProgramsFiscalandAccountingProcedures,andWHEREAS,thisproposedlegislationwouldresultinstudentslossofcontrolovertheirownmandatorystudentactivityfee,andWHEREAS,thiswouldleadtoincreasesinthecostsofadministeringtheseprograms,andWHEREAS,thiswouldalsoresultinthelossofseveralthousandsofdollarsininterestincomefortheseStudentAssociations,andWHEREAS,thislossofrevenueinconjunctjonwiththeexpectedincreasesincostswouldleadtoincreasesintheStudentActivityFee,andWHEREAS,studentsareopposedtotheseJlforcedcompliancellprogramsthatleadtoinvoluntaryincreasesinouractivityfeeandlossofcontrol,andWHEREAS,thisproposalisnotonlyopposedbythestudentsbutalsobytheMensandWomensAthleticsDepartmentsandtheadministrationofSUNYCollegeatOswego,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegowholeheartedlyrejectsanyandalleffortstotakecontroloftheStudentActivityFee andopposestheproposedlegislationregardingthefundingofIntercollegiateAthleticsPrograms.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateResolution#4Page 2Submittedby:Sponsoredby: Office oftl.ett'ice-presiJent Elvis Rivera, S.A.PresidentJohnDeighan,S.A.DirectorofFinanceAnthonyLaPinta,FinanceCommitteeChairSenateActionPassedbyvoteofacclamationcc:SUNYBoardofTrusteesDr.VirginiaRadley,PresidentSUNYCollegeatOswego Dr.CliftonWharton,ChancelloroftheStateUniversityDr.GeraldKomisar,ExecutiveViceChancellorMr.HaroldSpindler,SeniorViceChancellorDr.WilliamMurabito,AssistantViceChancellorforStudentServicesDr.JosephBurke,ProvostMr.JosephEverette,PresidentofSASURoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession13thMeeting22October1986Resolution#5WHEREAS,thestudentcommunityoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoisanintegralpartoftheOswegocommunity,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thestudentcommunity andtheOswego communityshouldsharesomecommongoalstowardsmakingtheentirecommunity a moresafe,friendly,andpleasantlivingandlearningenvironment,andWHEREAS,agood,workingrelationshipbetweenthestudentcommunity andtheOswego community wouldenhancethecommunityasawhole,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoisseriouslyconcernedwiththestateofstudent-communityrelationsandencouragesboththeOswego communityandthestudentcommunitytoworktowardimprovingsaidrelations.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:SENATEACTIONTheExecutiveBranchJimTriandiflouPassedbyvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession14thMeeting29October1986Resolution#6PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,thestudentsattheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegoareconcernedwiththe it Oswego andtheenvironmentthroughoutthestate,andtherearepresentlyovertwenty(20)potentialinactivewastesitesthathavebeenidentifiedinOswegocountyand morethanonethousand(1,000)throughoutNewYorkState,andonNovember 4thevotersofNewYorkStatewillbeaskedtovoteontheEnvironmentalQualityBondAct,PropositionOne, andPropositionOne reads "Shallchapter511ofthelawsofnineteenhundredeighty-six,knownastheenvironmentalqualitybondactof ndneteen hundredeighty-six,authorizingthecreationofastatedebt in theamountofonebillionfour huridred fiftymilliondollars ($1,450,nOO) toprovidemoneysforthepreservation,enhancement,restoration,andimprovementofthequalityofthestate'senvironmentbeapproved?",andifPropositionOneisapproved$1.2billionwillbeallocatedtowardshazardouswastecleanupand $250millionwillbeallocatedtowardslandacquisition,municipalandurbanculturalparts,andhistoricpreservation,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,thelegislativebodywhichrepresentstheentirestudentbody,wholeheartedlysupportstheEnvironmentalQualityBondAct.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution#6Page 2PresidentoftheSenateSubmittedby:Sponsoredby:JeffCraigJimTriandiflouChrisKlaehnSENATEACTIONPassedbyvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession16thMeet ing 12 November 1986Resolution#7PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,Mrs.JoanFitzGibbons has servedthecollegecommunityforthelastnineyearsinthecapacityofchairoftheCollegeCounciloftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,andmembersoftheCollegeCouncilareprohibitedbylawfromreceivinganycompensationfortheirservicesother than reimbursementofexpensesincurredinactingin their officialcapacity,andallofthistime and effort have beenputforthvoluntarilytohelpguideandimprovetheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,thereforeBeitresolved that theStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswego thank Mrs. Jeoan FitzGibbonsforhercontributionsoftime,concernandcontinuouseffort,helpingtoguideandimprovetheoperationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego. SUbmitted by: Sponsored by: MikeWillis,SArepresentativeontheCollegeCouncilTonyLaPintaSENATEACTIONPassedbyacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession18thMeeting3 December 1986Resolution#8PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationhasrecentlybeenaskedtomake arecommendationontheproposedplus/minusgradingsystemtotheAcademicPoliciesCommitteeoftheFacultyAssembly,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationconductedasurveyofstudentstodeterminehowstudentsfeelaboutthisproposedchange,andWHEREAS,theresultsofthesurveyshowthatthestudentbodyisdecidelyopposedtothechange, anrl WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationSenateistherepresentativevoiceoftheentireStudent thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoherebyformalizetheresultsofthesurveyshowingthatstudentsareopposedtotheplus/minussystem,andBeitfurtherresolvedthattheStudentAssociiationisopposedtotheproposeplus/minusgradingsystem.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:TheExecutiveBranchJimTriandifloucc:FacultyAssemblyAcademicPoliciesCommitteeDr.VirginiaL.Radley,PresidentDeanWassenaarSENATEACTIONPassed14Y7N3ARoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession19thMeeting10 December 1986Resolution#9PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,BarryGreenberghasbeenAssociateandSeniorJusticeoftheStudentAssociationSupremeCourt,andWHEREAS,BarryGreenberghasrepresentedthestudentbodyasVicePresidentoftheAuxiliaryServicesBoardofDirectors,andWHEREAS,BarryGreenbergdemonstrateddedicationandexcellencethroughtherespectivepositionswhichhehasheld,andWHEREAS,BarryGreenbergwillbegraduatingattheendoftheFallsemester'86.thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegowholeheartedlythanksBarrvGreenbernforhishardwork andwisheshimthebestinallhisfutureendeavors.Submittedby:SponsoredbyYuvalBar-kokhba,SAChiefJusitceTonyLaPintaSENATEACTIONPassedbvvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOsweooSenate22ndLegislativeSession19thMeeting10 December 1986Resolution#10PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,OneoftheprimaryresponsibilitiesoftheStudentAssociationistoeducatestudentsregardingacademicpolicies,andWHEREAS,Thecurrentdropperiodisonly8(eight)classdays,andWHEREAS,Some meetonlyoncedurinathiseightclassdayperiod,andWHEREAS,Estimatingasemesterworkloadisimportantforasuccessfulandproductivesemester,andWHEREAS,Acourseoutlineorsyllabusisacontractbetweenthestudentandtheprofessor,andWHEREAS,Such acourseoutlineorsyllabusisrequirementofanyclassorprofessor,andWHEREAS,Such acourseoutlineorsyllabusisevenmoreimportanttohaveatthebeginningofaclassduetothelimitedamountoftimetherenowexiststodecidewhetherornottodropaclass,andWHEREAS,TheExecutiveBranchispreparingtohandoutalettercontaininginformationabouthintsonwhetherornottodropaclass,andWHEREAS,A"letterwillbe handedoutatFinalReqistration,andWHEREAS,Aletterwillmakestudentsawareoftheneed andrequirementofacourseoutlineorsyllabus,andWHEREAS,Aletterwillhelpstudentsdealwiththepresentshortdropperiodmoreadequately(althoughstillhastily),andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateResoultion#10page 2WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationSenateiscurrentlytakingactiontochangethecurrentdroppolicy,andWHEREAS,TheExecutiveBranchoftheStudentAssociationisalsocurrentlytakingactiontochangethecurrentdroppolicy,andWHEREAS,EndorsementoftheExecutiveBranch1sletterbytheStudentAssociationSenatewillshowoftheunitedfrontthatexistswithintheStudentAssociationregardingthepresentdrop policYt thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegosupportsandencouragestheeffortsoftheStudentAssociationExecutiveBranchtoworktowardsachangeinthedroppolicy,andBeitfurtherresolvedthatthelettertheExecutiveBranchisgoingtodistributetostudentsaboutthecourseoutlineandsyllabusisalsosupportedandendorsedbytheStudentAssociationSenate.Submittedby: TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:JimTriandiflouSENATEACTIONPassedbyvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession21stMeeting4February1987Resolution#11PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thestudentsattheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoareconcernedwiththepresentactivitiesattheBursar'soffice,andWHEREAS,thefinancialaidmonetaryallocationsarehandledbysaidBursar'soffice,andWHEREAS,thepresentsituationisnotsatisfactorytostudentsattemptingtoobtaintheirapprovedfinancialaid,andWHEREAS,thepoliciesofthefinancialaidprocessesarenotreadilyavailabletostudents,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegodeemitnecessarytoform anad hoccommitteetoassessandinvestigatethe oftheBursar'soffice.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:GerryMastrianniMichelleTwilleyRoom205 Hewitt UnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession21stMeeting4February1987Resolution#12PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,dormsoncampusaredesignedassuchtoassureresidentssafety,andWHEREAS,studentsarehiredasdeskattendentstoassurefurthermethodsofsafety,andWHEREAS,onlyresidentsoftheirowndormsarepermittedtoenterafterthehoursof1:00amwithoutproperidentification,andWHEREAS,guestmustbesignedinby aresident,andWHEREAS,therehave beennumerousincidencesofnon-residentsseeninthedormsaftersaidhours,andWHEREAS,suchincidenceshaveenstilledfearinresidents,especiallyfemaleresidents,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNew York CollegeatOswegoisseriouslyconcernedwiththewellbeingofcampusresidents,especiallyourfemaleresidents.WedeemitnecessaryandproperthattheformofsaiddormsecuritybestudiedandimprovedbythedepartmentofhousingwiththeaidoftheStudentAssociation.SUBMITTEDBY:DavidNorrisSPONSOREDBY:GerryMastrianniSENATEACTIONPassedbyvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession22ndMeeting11February1987Resolution#13PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,theconceptofnaminginteriorspacesonSUNYcampusesinrecognitionofgenerouscontributionsiswidelypracticedthroughouttheSUNYsystem,andapprovalofthispracticewasclarifiedandrestatedinMemorandumtoPresidents,Vol.80,No.12,datedSeptember22,1980,signedbytheChancellor,and,theStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoFoundation,Inc.unanimouslyadoptedaresolutiononNovember12,1986requestingapprovaloftheconceptofadonorrecognitionprogrambyCollegeCouncil,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegosupportstheestablishmentofadonorrecognitionprogramincorporatingthenamingofinteriorspacesontheSUNYCollegeatOswegocampus. SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:TheExecutiveBranchDanny Murphy JimTriandiflouMindyReploegSENATEACTIONPassedbyvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession22ndMeeting11February1987Resolution#14PresidentoftheSenate 'VJHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,The Add/Dropad/hocconmitteeoftheStudentAssociationSenate was establishedduringtheFallof1986forthepurposeofresearchingthepresentadd/droppolicyanddeterminingifanextensionoftheadd/droppolicyisfeasibleandneeded,andThisconmitteehasconductedan information searchconsistingofinterviewswithstudents,facultyandadministrators,andSaid information hasshownthatthepresentadd/droppolicydoesnotallowstudentsanadequateamountoft:imeinwhichtomake adecesionaboutdroppingaclass,andSaid information hasalsoshownthatanoverlyextendeddropperiodhasledtoabuseinthepast,andItistheopinionoftheStudentAssociationSenatethat changes intheadd/droppolicyare warranted, thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegowholeheartedlysupportsthefollowingreconmendationsandencouragesFacultyAssemblysupportofthefollowingreconmendationsthroughtheAcademicPoliciesCommittee:1)Thatthelastdaytodropasemestercoursebeextendedto15(fifteen)academicdaysintothesemester2)Thatthelastdaytowithdrawfrom asemestercoursebeextendedto22(twenty-two)daysintothesemester3)The max:imlIDl numberofcredithoursastudentmayregisterforatfinalregistrationwithoutspecialapprovalbeloweredto.15(fifteen)hoursexclusiveoflabandphysicaleducationcourses.Submittedby: Add/DropconmitteeandtheSAExecutiveBranchRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution#14 Page 2SPONSOREDBY:JimTriandiflouMikeStisserTonyLaPintaNelsOlsonJoannPalmerFrankKearneyPatrickMorinSENATEACTIONPassed28y2nOaRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession22ndMeeting11February1987Resolution#15PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS.,WHEREAS.,WHEREAS.,WHEREAS.,WHEREAS., SUNYCollegeat Oswego., Offic..J=Of AdmissionsiscoordinatingtheTenthAnnualCollegeOpen HousewhichwilltakeplaceonApril 13th.,1987., from8:30amto 2:00pm., andthiseventinvolvescollege-wideparticipationofallstudentclubsand organizations., allcollege faculty., andadministrative staffs., andOpen HouseprovidesacomprehensiveviewoftheSUNYOswegoCampusandacademicstoprospective students.,parents., andhighschool personel., andOswegoopensitsdoorstothepUblicforafulldayof discussions., toursand exploration., andsuccessofthisyearsTenthAnnualCollegeOpen Housewillresultin improved overallenrollmentforthe1987-1988incoming class., thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegosupportstheeffortsoftheAdmissionsofficethroughcooperativeeffortsincludingrepresentationbythis organization., extendingahandtomeetandgreetthepublicwhobecome apartofthiscampusandthroughvolunteereffortifpossibletohelpmakethisasuccessfuldayfortheCollege.Submittedby:Sponsoredby:Barbara Distler., AdmissionsOfficeInternandcoordinatorofOpen HouseEricaLakinMindyReploegSENATEACTIONPassedbyvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession23rd Meeting 18February1987Resolution#16PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, TheExecutive Branh oftheStudentAssociationhasissueda document,liTheStudentAssociationRecommendationoftheReevaluationofthe Arming PolicyofUniformedCampusSafetyPersonel,IIwhichrecognizes"...theneedtoexpandthehoursofselective arm:1ng,1l andTheFacultyAssembly adoptedtheStudentServicesCouncil'sResolutionConcerningthe Arming ofPublicSafetyOfficers,andOfficersJerrettand CoatesofTheDepartmentofPublicSafetyhavesentDr.Radley aletterrequestingthere-evaluationofthearmingofPublicSafetyPersonelbased on a numberoflifethreateningsituationscitedinthesameJuly9,1986letter,andTheStudentAssociationSenateontheStateUniversityofNewYorkCbllegeatOswegohasreviewedtheaforementioned documentsaspreparedbytheStudentAssociationExecutiveBranch,theFacultyAssemblyandofficersJerrettandCoates,andThe prime functionofthePublicSafetyDepartmentattheStateUniversityofNewYork CollegeatOswegoistoprotectthecollegecommunity, andThecampus environmentissuchthat ITRltual respectandsupportexistbetweenpublicsafetyandallmembersofthecollegecommunity, andOswegoPublicSafetyofficersbegintheirprofessionalpreparationwithamin:imunofeitheranAssociatedDegreein Criminal Justiceor90semesterhoursofcollegecredit,andOswegoPublicSafetyofficersgraduate,withininoneyearoftheir appOintment, from a ten-week pOlice academy andparticipateinadditionaleducationalmodUles, andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution#16page2PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS,WHEREAS, Submittedby:Sponseredby:DepartmentofPublicSafetyPersonelre-qualifyeverysixmonthsforproficiencyintheuseofDeadlyPhysicalforce,andA numberoflifethreateningincidentshaveoccurred,asdetailedintheletterfromofficersJerrettandCoates,thereforeBeitResolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego recommendstoDr.RadleyandtheCollegeCouncilthata fo:rnJal liasonstructurebecreatedbetweenthePublicSafetyDepartment,Administration,FacultyandStudentsforthesolepurposeof facilitating communicationbetweensaidparties,andBeitfurtherresolvedthataprocessisrecommendedtobedevelopedwhichwilldefine,reviewandevaluatethe handlings ofincidentsoncampus,andBeit fUrther resolvedthataprocessisrecornmenedtobeenactedandimplementedthatwillhandle perfomJance orpersonelcrisesofCampusSafetyofficerswhichmightpreventthemfromexercisinggoodjudgementintheeventoftheirneedtousedeadlyforce,andBeitfurtherresolved.thattheprocessofpeerevaluation,supervisionandreviewwithinthePublicSafetyDepartmentbere-evaluated,andthatnewpoliciesbecreatedtostrengthentheprocessifdeemednecessary.MikeWillis,CollegeCouncilTonyLaPintaNelsOlsonWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession25thMeeting4 March 1987Resolution#17PresidentoftheSenate WHEREASs TheSUNYBoardofTrusteespassedaresolutionallowingcampus/dormitorypresidentstomandatelivingfortheir studentss and WHEREASs historicallyscampuspresidentshavenotimposedmandatorydormlivingforthefullextentofstudent1sacademic careerss and WHEREASs thenewselfsufficiencypolicyforDormitoryOperationshasincreasedthepressureson campuspresidentstoincreasedormitory occupancys and WHEREAS, thesenewpressureshavecausedmany campuspresidentstoconsidermandatorydormliving.PotsdamPresidentHumphreyTonkinhasrecentlyproposedmandatorydormlivingforallPotsdam studentss thereforeBeitresolvedthatstudentsfullysupportPotsdamStatestudentsintheir effortss andBeitfurtherresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoopposeanyandallattemptstoimposemaridatorydormlivingonthiscampus andacrossthe states SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:BeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegosupporttheeffortofSASUandstudentsstatewidetorepealthetrusteeresolutionthatallowscampuspresidentstoimposemandatoryliving.ElvisRiveraJim Triandiflous Nels Olsons Jim Dragonettis Doug Roeschs Judy Krebs s DanFrenchRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession26th Meeting 18March 1987Resolution#18PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS,WHEREAS, Submitted by: Sponsored by: Governor Cuomo's$17millionmandatory savings proposalwillresultintheeliminationofatleast24positions($482,400)inareasattheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoand approximately 450-500positionsstatewide,and TheeliminationofthesepositionswilladverselyaffectthequalityofeducationattheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoandultimatelythatoftheentireStateUniversityofNewYork system,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegourgesKennethLaValle,ChairoftheSenateHigher Education Corrnnittee,EdSullivan,ChairoftheAssembly Higher EducationCorrnnittee, Saul Weprin,ChairoftheAssemblyWaysandMeansCorrnnittee, John Marchi,ChairoftheSenateFinanceCorrnnittee andtheirrespectivecorrnnittee colleagues torejecttheGovernor'sproposalfor$17millioninmandatorysavingsfortheStateUniversityofNewYork andaccepttheStateUniversityofNewYork'srequestof$8millioninmandatorysavings,andBeitFurtherResolvedsupportisgiventoSASUandtheExecutiveBranchoftheStudentAssociationeffortsinencouraginglegislativeactiononthisitemandthatallStudentAssociationSenatorsandtheirconstituentsareencouragedtoparticipateinactivitiestoaccomplishthis.TheExecutiveBranch JimTriandiflouRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution#18page2cc:SaulWeprin,ChairAssemblyWaysandMeans Ed Sullivan,ChairAssemblyHigherEducationKennethlaValle,ChairSenateHigherEducationJohnMarchi,ChairSenateFinanceRayChesboroJohnMcHughSASUSENATEACTIONPassedunanimouslyPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession26th Meeting 18March1987Resolution#19PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, TheGovernor'sproposed $60millionrehabilitationprojectwillinitiatebadlyneededphysical nnprovement onmanySUNYresidencehallsthusUltimately enhancing thequalityofstudentlife,and Financing ofthisprojectisby bonds,asproposedbytheGovernor,is adding toSUNY'sdonnitorydebt,andThisdebt,whichisoneoftheexpendituresthatdetenninesroomrentcost,iscurrentlythehighestofitskindinthecountryintennsofperstudentcost($450perstudent),andHighdebtpayments coupledwith declining enrollmentandincreasedutilitiescostswillhave a ballooning effecton roomrent,and High roomrentwillhave a devastating effectonSUNYsuchas limiting SUNY'saccessibilityand creating a climate forthe establisrnnent ofpolicieslikemandatory living, therefore,BeitEnactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego strongly urgesSaul Weprin,ChairoftheAssemblyWaysandMeansCorrnnittee, John Marchi,ChairoftheSenateFinanceCorrnnittee, B:iward. SUllivan,ChairoftheAssembly Higher B:iucation Corrnnittee, KennethLaValle,ChairoftheSenateHigher B:iucation Corrnnittee, andtheirrespectivecorrnnitteecolleaguestorejectthisproposalbytheGovernor, andBeitFurtherEnactedthat, recognizing the importance ofthisproject,itisurgedthattheabove mentionedlegislatorsreplacetheGovernor'sproposalwithaprojectofthesamedollaramountthatisfinancedbystatepurposefunds,andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution#19page2PresidentoftheSenateSubmittedBy:SponsoredBy:BeitFurtherResolvedthatitisurgedthatallStudentAssociationsenatorsandtheirconstituentsparticipate in theactivities being coordinatedbytheSASUchapterandtheExecutiveBranchtoencouragelegislativeactiononthismatter.TheExecutiveBranchJ1mTriandifloucc:Saul Weprin, ChairAssemblyWaysandMeans EdwardSullivan,Chair ASSEmblyHjgher EducationJohnMarchi,ChairSenateFinanceKennethLaValle,ChairSenate Hjgher EducationRayChesboroJohnMcHughSASUSENATEACTIONPassedbygeneralconsentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession26thMeeting18March 1987PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,SubmittedBy:SponsoredBy:Resolution#20PresidentReaganhasproposedan approximate 46%cutinfederalfundingofHigherEducation,andWithinthismassivecuthehasproposedthetotalel:iminationoftheCollege Work StudyProgram,theSupplementalEducationalOpportunityProgram,andtheStateStudentIncentiveGrantProgram(whichgoestofundtheTuitionAssistanceProgram)and,OtherfederalfinancialaidprogramsincludingPellGrant,NationalDirectStudentLoanProgram,andGuaranteedStudentLoanProgramarereceivingcutsandbeingrestructuredtonegatively:impactstudents,thereforeBeitEnactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoopposesanyandallattemptstocutfederalfundingforHigherEducation,andBeitFurtherEnactedthatsupportisgiventotheeffortsofSASUandstudentsstatewidetorestorefullfundingtoHigherEducation.TheExecutiveBranchJ:imTriandifloucc:SASUTheHonorableDanielP.Moynihan TheHonorableAlphonseD'Amato TheHonorableFrankD.HortonSENATEACTIONPassedbygeneralconsentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession27thMeeting25March 1987Resolution#22PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,ThetermofDirectorofFinanceJohnDeighanwillcometoitsconclusionlaterthisyear,andWHEREAS,DirectorofFinanceJohnDeighanhasworkeddiligentlyandwithprovenworthtotheStudentAssociation,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheS.A.ofSUNY-OswegotothankJohnDeighanforhisdedicationandservicetothestudentsofSUNY-Oswego.SUBMITTEDBY:ElvisRiveraSPONSOREDBY:S.A.SenateSENATEACTIONPassedunanimouslyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession27thMeeting25March 1987PresidentoftheSenateResolution #21 WHEREAS,ThetermofS.A.VicePreside:.tRobertWoodiscomingtoitsconclusion,andWHEREAS,VicePresidentRobertWoodhasperformedthedutiesasPresidentoftheSenateandhasrepresentedtheidealsoftheStudentsatSUNY-Oswego,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheS.A.atSUNY-OswegotothankRobertWoodforhisdedicationandservicetothestudentsofSUNY-Oswego.SUBMITTEDBY:ElvisRiveraSPONSOREDBY:S.A.SenateSENATEACTIONPassedunanimouslyRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate22ndLegislativeSession27thMeeting25March 1987PresidentoftheSenateResolution#24WHEREAS,ThetermofS.A.VicePresidentAssistantJeffreyCraigiscomingtoitsconclusion,andWHEREAS,JeffreyCraighasperformedthedutiesofassistanttotheVicePresidentandhasrepresentedtheidealsoftheStudentsatSUNY-Oswego,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheS.A.atSUNY-OswegotothankJeffreyCraigforhisdedicationandservicetothestudentsofSUNY-Oswego.SUBMITTEDBY:ElvisRiveraSPONSOREDBY:SASenateSENATEACTIONPassedunanimouslyRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341