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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offi"" of CVi""-pmiJ"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985AgendaPresidentoftheSenate1.CallToOrder2.Rollcall3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.ExecutivereportsJulioGraciaDaveMcNally6.FinanceReportPeterDevine7.SupremeCourtReport8.OldBusiness9.NewBusiness10.AnnouncementsandpublicComment11.AdjourmnentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-pmiJenl stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe28thMeetingofthe20thLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:25-quaromwaslowererto15.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:DanEdwards,LauraDonnelly,JulieSchwartz,RalphAprea,JenniferCarey,BrandonStratford,DanRobinson,DebbieDelgado,MarySharkey,TerryPollack,CarolDucey,TomKelley.TheAgendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bill81wastabled,bill91tabled,Resolution31wasaddedonspecialorders,Bill96wasaddedonspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVEREPORTJimDingley-Regardingbill84(observatorybill)suggestedthatitbelookedintonamingthestructureafterGeorgepitluca,founderoftheAstronomydepartment.-JimclosedhislastexecutivereportasPresidentofStudentAssociationwiththankstoeveryoneandsomeinterestinganalogiestoYuvalandMichaelNemecek.PeterDevine-Saidthatbill97wouldnotcomeupbuthehopedthattheSenatecouldcometoaconsensusonit.ConcerningtheSpyroGyraconcert,thosewhomisseditmissedagoodtime.WalterBowlerAsusualwalterdidn'twriteanythingdownforhisreport.ToldtheSenateandofficersIIyouguysaregreat,IgiveyouaroundofapplaudesllCOMMITTEEREPORTSRules-Noreport.Finance-Noreport.StudentServices-Noreport.Elections-Noreport.SUNYAffairs-Noreport.CommunityRelations-Noreport.offcampusCommittee-Noreport.PPBDirectorN:..:o::.-...:r::..e:::p=o.:::r-=t:..:._ Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of tte'Vice-preg;Jent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985committeereports(continued)FacultyAssemblySenatorNoreport.SurplusCommitteeNoreport.SASUDelegateNoreport.OLDBUSINESSPage2PresidentoftheSenateBill86-Thisbillwasamendedbeforeitpassedbyavoteoflly,6n.The amendment wasthechangingofreccommendedtomandatedthatthepresidentstayinOswegoduringtheSummer.Mostfeltthat waspartofthedutiesofthepresidenttostayinOswegoduringtheSummer.Bill87-ThisbillconcerningthevicepresidentstayinOswegoduringthesummerwaspassedaswritten,thatthevicepresidentshouldhavetheoptiontostayornotinthesummer.Thevotewaslly,4n,la,2present.Bill88-ThisbillconcerningtheFinanceDirector'sstayinOswegoduringthesummerpassedwiththestipulationthatthedirectoroffinancebegivenoneweekvacationduringthesummerofhisterm.TheVotewas12y,2a,4present.Bill90-Thisbillconcerningthefundingfor%35ofFarmham'snewphonesystempassedwithlittledebate.BoththefinanceandSurpluscommitteeswereinfavorofthebill.Bill93-Thisbillrecordingtheresultsofthe1985springelectionspassedbyavoteofl4y,3present.Bill94-ThisbillfundedtheBSUforatypewriteroftheirown.Thisbillpassedbyavoteofl6y,lpresent.DianeGilligan,LynnChadwick,LucyCollinswereaddedassponsors.Bill95-Abillreccommendingabottomlineappropriationforthe1985-86fiscalyearpassedbyavoteofl4y,In,la.LynnChadwicksponsoredthebill.Resolution29-ThisfailedaftermuchdebateoverwhethertheStudentAssociationthoughtthe campus policeshouldbearmed24hrs.aday,theyarepresently armed atnight.Votewas4y,lOn,2a.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATION Of[;"" of tI,,,'1Ii",,-p,,,siJ,,nt OldBusiness(continued)PresidentoftheSenatePage3Resolution30 -ThisresolutionsponsoredbyLynnChadwick,clearlypassed.ItjustreaffirmedagoodthingwhichtheStudentAssociationbelievesin(encouragingmusicorganizationstoperformintheUnion).Resolution31 -Broughtuponspecialorders,thisresolutionconcerningthelossofthiscOllege'smostvaluablemembers,DeanBarryAtkinsonwaspassedbyavoteof andsponsoredbytheentireSenate.Resolution32 -Thiswasnotontheagenda,butwaspassedbyavoteofaccamationthankingJimDingley,S.A.Presidentofthe20thLegislativeSessionforhisdedication.Resolution33 -Thisalsowaspassedbyavoteofacclamation,thankingWalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentofthe20thLegislativeSessionforhishardworkanddedicationtotheStudentAssociation.Resolution34 -Thisalsopassedbyavoteofacclamation,thankingPeterDevineforhishardworkasDirectorofFinancefor the 198485fiscalyear.Resolution35 -Thisalsopassedby avoteofacclamation thanking MichaelNemecekforhisdedicationtotheStudentAssociationduringhisfouryearsofservice.MichaelisagraduatingSenior.TheMeetingwasadjournedtothetavernat9:45.Respectfullysubmitted, rt3t1a?C-". Burgess, Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of ti,eCV;ce-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril17,1985Agenda1.CalltoOrder2.RollCall3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovalofMinutes5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDaveMcNally6.FinanceReportPeterDevine7.OldBusinessBill1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9and10.8.NewBusinessBillII,Resolution19.AnnouncementsandPublicComment10.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phos?'2'5\21'aso'

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Off;<:e of tl.ett1ice-'PresiJe ..tStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativesession2ndMeetingApril17,1985MinutesPresidentoftheSenateTheFirstmeetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:00pm.Senatorsweresworninandrollwastaken.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:RobertGhosioJr.pickedupsponsorshipofbills4and5,WalterBowlerpickedupsponsorshipofbills1,3,6,7,8,9and10.TheMinuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGracia-WelcomedallthenewandreturningsenatorstothetotheSenateandtheStudentAssociation.-GavetheSenatesomeideaofhisplansfortheyear.Hisplansincludegettingtheyellowbusestorunintwodirections,anevaluationofthemealplan,an evaluation processforourprofessors,anevaluationoftheLegalAidssystemprovidedbyS.A.andgettingtheadddropperiodlengthened.-WouldliketohaveaworkshopinthefalldonebyaprofessionaloutfittoorientateeveryonetotheS.A.thiswouldincludeexercisesinDecisionmakingandteambuilding.Thecostforthisoutfittocomeinwouldbe$700,thenameofthefirmisGoGettersInc-Therewillbeainformalworkshoptomarrow(April11)at4:pmanyoneinterestedsignup.-TalkedabouttheStudentAssociationfinancialsituation,YeswehaveaSurplusbutwearealsofacingadeficitthisyear.WouldliketosetdefiniteguidelinesfortheSurplus.Wouldliketolookintoacomputer,possiblynetworkedwithSASU,thiswouldcostabout$3000.AlsolookingintoanewphonesystemfortheStudentAssociation.WouldalsoliketopurchaseavanforS.A.use,sothatS.A. woqldnot betotallydependantonAuxiliaryservices.AsforthebrinkingAge,April23rdinAlbany,adaytolobbylegislators.Planfor3busestogodown.TonyFerrerisdoingtheplanning,seehimformoreinformation.-AppointedTonyFerrerasAssistanttoPresident.On amorepersonalnote,JulioplanstomakehisSenatereportsbrief,his office isopentoallanytime.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office oftI.e'1!ice-president StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril17,1985PresidentoftheSenatePage2JulioGracia(continued)AnyoneinterestedinbecomingaSASUDelegateseeJulio.-AnyoneinterestedinbecomingaFacultyAssembyRep.alsoseeJulio.Wantstoformanadvisorypaneltothepresident,all.:.interestedseejulio.DavidMcNally-Gaveoutorientationpacketswhichcontained:1.tipsforletterwriting2.SASUinformationweareamember.3.S.A.ConstitutionandBylaws4,Listanddiscriptionofcommittees(sat.12.00dicussion)5.ObligationsandrestrictionsofSenators6.ListoforganizationS.A.funds7.GuidetoRobertsrules-Gavesomesuggestionsforproductivesenatemeetings:1.Dressappropriatly2.snackinglimitit3.Beprompt,meetingsstartat6:00pm4.Smokers,becurtious5.BillsinbyMonday,liketogetthepacketoutonMon.6.Timecommittment-about5hrsaweekthisincludesIhraweekintheoffice.7.Therewillbealimiteduseofspecialorders8.Willsendhallcouncilslettersonsenator's attendance FINANCEREPORTPeterDevine-Welcome!NewandreturningSenators.-ExplainedhisjobistogivefinancialguidencetotheS.A.andtosuperivisethetreasurersoftheS.A.fundedclubsandorganizations.-AvailableforconsultationonanymatteronWed.beforthemeeting.-April27thistheBSUFashionShowitisalsotheISADinner.-Tookastrawpollastowhether tA. shouldspend$900(netof200aftertheincomeline)forthebandfortheISADinnermosteveryonewasfortheidea.-AsofApril1Keybankischangingusacheckcashed acheckCashingwhichisnodrawnon Key Bank.-PleasecleanuptheroomafterourweeklymeetingsotherwiseSAwillbecharged$10forhavingitcleaned.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126pheRa'2'5\24'2'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of the'1Jice-p,.uiJent StateUniversity Colleqe at Osweqo Senate21stLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril17,1985PeterDevine(continued)PresidentoftheSenatePage3 -Becauseofthedecliningenrollmentwearefacedwithadeficit,weneedtodiscussouroptions,whichare:1.raisetheS.A.fee2.putin a parttimeandgraduatefee3.takethedeficitoutofthepositivefundbalance(Thesurplus)-ThereareanumberofpaidpositionsinS.A.openningupfornextyear.Anyquestionsetc.gototheS.A.office.SUPREMECOURT-TheSupremeCourtdealswiththeConstitutionoftheS.A.-DiscussedtheoutcomeofthecaseChadwickandKenealyvs.StudentAssociation.OLDBUSINESSNone.ANNOUNCEMENTSANDPUBLICCOMMENT1.BedRace-April2l,costs$100forabedteam,prizesforfastestbed,bestdecorated.LiketoseeaSenatebed. Meetinq wasadjournedat7:25. s !21ly...8-."aine Burgess, senatgk5:Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhaRO'2'5'211269 '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Off;.e of 'l/i,..,-presdent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24,1985Agenda1.CalltoOrder2.RollCall3.ApprovalofAgenda4.ApprovaloftheMinutes5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDaveMcNally6.FinanceReportPeterDevine7.AnnouncementsandPublicComment8.OldBusinessBill2,3,4,5,6,7,8,and10.9. New Businessaill13,1.4.10: AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phpc'21512112'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of tl.e'Vice-pregiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24,1985MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThesecondmeetingofthetwentyfirstlegislativewascalledtoorderat6:02pm.SenatorsDawnBrown(Johnsonhall)andJodyDriscoll(Off-Campus)wereswornin.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bills2-8andbill10weretabled.Bill9waswithdrawn.MotionsweremadetohearResolutionIat7:30,representativesfromtheElkslodgewerecomingfortheresolution,andtomoveAnnouncementsandPublicCommentupintheorderofbusiness.Bothmotionspassed.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJulioGracia-hisfirstconcern-theproposededucationaltriptoAlbany.TheSenatehadtodecidewhetheranystudentsfromOswegowouldgodowntodiscusstheproposedincreaseinthedrinkingage.Hefeltthat,iftheproposedincreasecametoavotenow,thelegislaturewouldraisetheagejustbecausetherearenotenoughpeopleworkingtopreventthatincrease.-therewillbeameetingofSUNY'sBoardofTrusteesthefollowingday,WednesdayApril25,andSASUwouldprovidehousingforthosewhowishedtostayover.-therearevacanciesonCampusJudicialpanelsthatmustbefilled.InterestedpartiesshouldseeJulio-expressedhisconcernoverthefinancialproblemsoftheorganizationandfeltthattheSenateshouldscrutinizeorganization'sthatrequestspecialpurchasesmorecarefullythaneverbecauseSAcannotaffordtosatisfyeveryoneorganization'sexpansionplansimmediately.-also,nextyearthehockeyteamwillnotbeabletouseRomney'sicerinkbecauseoftheschool'splannedrenovetionofthatfacility.Thereforewewillhavetopaytohavetheteamtransportedtoarink,ownedbythecity,sotheycanfunctionnextyear.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Ollie" 01 'Vi<-,,-pmiJ"nf StateUniversityCollegeatOswego senate 21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24,1985PresidentoftheSenatepage2.DavidMcNally-Interhallcouncilneedsanewcoordinator,thosewhoareinterestedshouldseeDave.-ParentsWeekend:thecommitteeisworkingonabedandbreakfastplan-allcommitteeswilltakenewvolunteersandthedeadlineforgroupswhowanttheiractivitiestoappearintheParentsWeekendbrochuremustsubmittheirinfo.byMay1st.-mentionedthatheJulioandPetermetwithMr.Regan,ownerofRegan'sSilverLake,todiscusstheupcomingDirtDayandtheSeniorClambake.-thetelephonecommittee,longdormant,metandupdatedthestatusoftheschool'splantorewirethephonesoncampus.Currentlythecommitteeisgivingacademicbuildingspriorityoverresidencehalls.Theproposedrewiringwouldinstallcablecapableofconnectingcomputersaswellastelephones.-BigBandNight-thosewhoattendedhadagrandtime.-thankedTerryKenealyforhisimpromtuSAtableattheOpenHouse.-SenatorsPLEASEhandinyoursenatorinformationsheet.-April22theFAplanstosettletheissueofaproposedmergerbetweenthebiologyandzoologydepartments.May8thwillbethedayforthefirstannualsenatepicture.FINANCEREPORTPeterDevine-distributedflyerstoadvertisetherefrigerationserviceandaskedthattheybehunginresidencehalls.-feltthatweshouldkeepupwiththenewdevelopmentsinthestatusofSheldonhall.Studentshavealargestakeinthismatter.-remindedthesenatethatthedeclineinenrollmentwillworsenourfinanialstate.-discussedpossiblesolutions-parttimefee,ifitwerelevieddoesSAprovideenoughservices?-saidthatstudentsareadjustingtothe.10feeoncheckscashedatcheckcashing.PUBLICCOMMENTProgrampOlicyBoard-Thursday,April25,ImpromptuwillpresentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollege21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24,1985atOswego page 3.PPB(cont'd)-aneveningofcomedywithChipFranklinintheballroomat8:30pm.Ticketsare$1.00SA,$1.50fornonSA.-onFriday,April26,CinevisionspresentsStarTrekIII:TheSearchforSpock.-onSaturday,the27th,CinevionspresentsEscapefromNewYorkandBullwinklecartoons-free.-alsoSaturday,FineArtspresents1000YearsofJazz.TheprogramwillbeheldatOswegohighschoolandticketsare$4.00SAand$6.00non-SA.-Tuesday,the30th,CinevisionspresentsTheReturnofSecaucusSeven-free,7:30inLaniganhall.TheDanceMarathonisstillacceptingcouples.ThedancingwillbedoneinLakerhallonthe27thandthe28.Johnsonhallishavingaformal-ifinterestedpleaseseeDawnBrown.HarthallwasunabletorunabedintheBedRaceforMusclularDystrophyanddecidedtodonate100.00inthenameofBarryAtkinson.TheInternationalStudentAssociationwillholditsannualdinneronSaturdayApril27.Foodsfrommanynationswillbeserved.BeforegoingintooldbusinesstherewasamotionmadetovoteforPresidentProTern.LynnChadwick,BobGhosioandMichaelGRaciawerenominatedbutMichaeldeclined.Lynnwaselected.CongratulationstoLynnChadwick.OLD BUSINESS Resolution #1 waspassedbyvoteofacclamation.TheSenateexpresseditsgratitudetotheElksfortheirhelpinExchangedaypartone.Bothgroupshopedtoworktogetherinthefuture.Bill #1 waspassedafterlengthydebate.Thefinancehearingproducedapositivereccomendationforthebill.Butmanywereconcernedthatthebill'spassagewouldstraptheSAtoadeficitbudget.Thepointwasraisedthatadjustmentswerestillpossibleand,infact,urgedbytheprevioussession.Thebillpassed,afterbeingsuspendedtodiscussresolution # 1,byavoteof13y,5n,and Sa. Bill11wasbroughtuponspecialordersandthereforewasnotheardRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24,1985atOswegopage4.inthefinancehearing.Itwasfeltthatstudentsmustgobutitwasalsoarguedthatthreebusesmightnotbenecessary.Somefeltthatthistripwasnotessential.Thebillwasamndedsothatthirdwhereaswasdeleted,thiswasdonebecausetheSAisnottofundlobbyingefforts.ThebillwaspassedbyavoteoflOy,6n,and3a.Bill12wasalsobroughtuponspecialorders.ThebillwastoprovidemoneytopayfortheTripoliSteelDRumBand.TherewouldbeanincomelineontheISAticketsfortheevent,thusthemoneywouldcomebacktoSA.Thebillpassedbyavoteof17y,On,Oa.TomLonquistgaveafiveminuteexplanationofhisplanstorenovatetheunion.IfhereceivesfundingfromthestateandAuxiliaryServicesaswellasSAtheSAgrantwouldbefor$12,955.40.Hewillgiveanindepthreportatthenextmeeting{Wednesdaythe24th).Meetingwasadjournedat9:30.Respectfullysubmitted, v WalterP.BowlerforElaineBurgess,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phese'2'5\20'2GO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate21stLegislativeSession4thMeetingMay1,19851.CalltoOrder2.RollCall3.ApprovalofAgendaatOswegoAgenda4.ApprovaloftheMinutes5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDaveMcNally6.FinanceReportPeterDevine7.AnnouncementandPublicCommentB.OldBusinessBills2,3,4,5,6,7, 14,159.NewBusinessBills16,17,18,19,2010.AdjourrunentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126ph'2'5'20'2Go'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate21stLegislativeSession4thMeetingMay1,1985atOswegoMinutesThethirdmeetingofthetwentyfirstsessionwascalledtoorderat6:02pm.Senators Brown, Rivera,Steindler,Ghosio,Markum,Madore,Dibona,Decker,Flaherty,Armstrong,Morgan,Voogt,Slotnick,Christy,Goldman,Gracia,andDriscollwereabsent.SenatorsCollinsandGoldmanwereabsentwithproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bill97oflastsessionbecamebill15ofthissession,LynnChadwickpickedup sorshipofbills2-8.Thebillsweretabledbutthenputbackonthedais,bill2wastabledandbill10waswithdrawn,alsobill15willappearasOldBusinessnextweek.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJulioGracia-discussedtheAlbanytrip.18studentswenttoAlbanyandmostofthemwerefreshman.Feltthatthesmallnumberwasstilleffectiveincommunicationgthestu-,dentviewtoourrepresentatives.Juliobelievesthattheincreaseto21movementmayfail.Thestudentrallywentwellandeveryonefeltoptimistic.StillhewasdisappointedwiththenumberofpeoplerecruitedbytheSenateandhopesforabetterresponseinthefuture.-also-bothofourOswegorepresentativesareOPPOSEDtotheproposedincreaseinthedrinkingage.-SAfee-believesthefeemustbeincreasedbutfindsnogroundsforaparttimefeeatthismoment.Currentlywehavenomeansofrepresentationforpart-timestudentsandtheremaybeotherconstitutionalproblemswithsuchafee.-theexecutiveproposal,tobalancethebUdget,wouldincreasethetaxto$90andalsodrawfromthesurplus(whichshouldnotbeaslargeasitis).-buttherearestillotherpossibilitiesforbalancingthebudgetbeforeJuly1st.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Ph'2'5\2412Go '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of CVice-presiJent SateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate4thMeetingMay1,1985PAGE2PresidentoftheSenateDavidMcNally-notedthatSenateClerkElaineBurgesswasillandhadjustbeenreleased from thehospital.FlowersweresentbyJulioandDavefromthewholeSA.TheSenatealsoexpressedbestwishesforaspeedyrecovery.-the academic pOliciescounciliscurrentlyconsideringchangesfornextyear'sacademiccalendar.HoweverDavecautionedagainsttoomuchoptimismforchangesfornextyearbecausethesportscalendarandthecontractsthattheschoolhasalreadyagreedtomakealteringthecompositionofthenexttwo,fallandspring,semestersdifficult.-atFacultyAssemblythegorupdidnotreach closure ontheproposed merger oftheZoologyandBiologydepartments.AlsoRlphSpencerspokeonIntegrityinCollegeCurriculum.-appointedLynnChadwickfinancechair.-announcedthattherewillbefivecommitteesinsteadofeighttoincrease membershipandtoinsurethateachcommitteehasamission.FINANCEREPORTPeterDevine-distributedpampletsonDirtDay'soriginandannouncedthatitwillbeheldonMay19-thedayaftergraduation.-alsoannnouncedupcomingsenior Clam Bake-Thursdaybeforegraduation.-mentionedthatthereweremanyprogrammedactivitiesscheduledfortheweekend(4/26-4/28):DanceMarathon,ISAdinneramongthem.SAwasgoingtoinstallaphonesystembutwasaskedtowaitonsuchplansuntilaftertheadministrationcouldsharetheirplannedphonesystemwiththeSAleadership.-notedthatagainthattherewasdamagedoneonapubcrawlbusandthatsenatorsmustwarntheirconstituentsoftheramificationsoffurtherabuseofthisservice.-alsonotedthattheexecutivehaddecidedagainstapart-timefeeandnotedthekindsofcombinationswemightusetoallev.iatethedeficit.PUBLICCOMMENTRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate21stLegislativeSessionMay1,1985PUBLICCOMMENTatOswegopage3.ProgramPolicyBoard-FridayMay3,ImpromptuandPublicitypres-entMayDay-withfreeentertainment,balloons,andotherfreegoodies,time:l2pmto2pm,-SundayMay 5ImpromptupresentstheMorrisMimetheatreat7:30intheballroom-alsoSundayMay5,CinevisionspresentstheGraduate-starringDustinHohhmanintheTavernat3and9:30pm.-TuesdayMay7,in101Laniganhall,themovieFinalExamwillbeshownanditsfree,timeis7:30.CampusLightingDanceMarathonOLDBUSINESSBill3wastabled-ChrisRooneyofCampusLightinginformedthesenatethatthetwo"followspots"arequiteoldandneedtobereplaced.Heaskedifhecouldpursuebidsforreplacementlightsandwasencouragedtodoso.Theorganizationwascommendedforitsfinework.-thecoordinatorsforthemarathoncamebeforethesenateandinformedthemthat,unlessadditionalfundswereobtained,themarathonwouldnotbeheld.Itwasnotedthatlastmarathonalsoosught"bail-out"moneyfromSAanditwaSnotedthatthisyear'scoordinatorswerecomingbeforethesenatebeforehandtoadvisethemoftheproblem.Afterquorumwasreachedthesenatevotedtofundthedancemarathonfor$3,000outoftheSurplusaccount.Themoneywasallocayedwiththeunderstandingthatanyincomemadebythemarathonwouldgofirstto the SAandthenbedividedamongthecharities.ThemotionpassedbylSy,On,Oa.Bills6and7werealsotabledafterdiscussion.TwoamendmentsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phe'2'5\29'aGo1

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SSOCIATION student AssociationOffi ..., of tI .,'1!iwpr.,,,iJ.,nl StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate4thMeetingMay1,1985PresidentoftheSenate were made: Be itfurtherenactedthat:1)onlySAfundedandrecognizedgroupswilleveroccupytheofficespaceconstructed,and2)costoverrunsmostbebroughtinbillformbeforethesenatethereforeanyunforseencostswillstopconstructionofaprojectuntilthe senate cantakeaction.Alsotherewasanotheramendmentmadeto bill 8thattheSAwillsetthecriteriaforuseofthebannerdistributioncenterandtheHUmainofficewillonlyactasareservationist.Bill8wasamendedasnotedaboveandwasalsoloweredincostby$680,thecostofthefurnitureshopdothejobinsteadofphysicalplant.Thephysicalplantwillbefree.Thebillpassed13y,On"Oa.Motiontoadjournmadeat9:42Respectfullysubmitted,walterBowlerforElaineBurgess,SenateClerk. Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''O'C)22'2GO'

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of tI.e'1Iice-pYeSiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay8,1985Agenda1.CalltoOrder2.RollCall3.ApprovalofAgenda4.Approvalofminutes5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDavidMcNally6. Pprer Devinl:7: Amwuncementsaria PublicComment 8: CommitteeReports9.OldBusinessBill2,15,16,18,19,20,2110.NewBusinessBill22,23,2411.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5'0"gOO?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Off,J'1/. .. 'V.J. tstateUniversity Collegt:f'''a't.tOswegdres,"n Senate21stLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay8,1985MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe4thMeetingofthe21stLegislativesessionwascalledtoorderat6:05.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:Dawn Brown, GailMarkum,MartinMadore,JoanPace,MarioDibono,KenDecker,PhilVoogt,RichChristyandJodiDriscoll.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bill3waswithdrawn,bill2wastabled,JoannPalmersponsoredbill13,bill17wasbroughtuponspecialorderswithWalterBowler,LynnChadwickandKenBogardsponsoringit,KenBogardalsosponsoredbills13and18,bill21wasaddedtonewbusinesswithWalterBowlersponsoringit,orderofbusinesswaschangedtobills14,13,4,5,6,7,and17.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaOnApartied,spokeofDr,Radley'sstatementinthePerspective,shesaidthatsheisagainstitpersonnallyandfinanciallyfortheschool.-ConcerningCentroBusService,QuestionwasraiseddowewanttoincreasethePubCrawlservice?TookastrawpollvotetoseetheopinionoftheSenateonit.Votewasl7y,On.AuxiliaryServiceshasbeenapproachedaboutthepossibleincreaseandisthinkingaboutit.IfAuxiliaryServicesdecidesagainstfundingtheextraamountthenwewilloptfornoincrease,aswouldliketokeeptheserviceequallyfundedbythetwoorganizations.Tookastrawpollvotetoallowadiscresionaryfundfortheexecutiveforthepurposesoffundingfortheproposedincreaseservice,thisfundwouldbefor$5,000.Votewasl7y,On.JuliowillsignthenewcontractinJune.AppointedMikeWillistotheStudentConductCommittee,andAppointedTonyFerrertotheSoph.SeatofAuxiliaryservicesboard.TherearebillspresentlyintheStateLegislatureonpossiblyderegulationofSUNY.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5\09'OGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Johnson10:00-10:30Waterbury11:30Hart1:15pmstudentAssociation all;,,,, ,,/ '1Ii",,-p,,,giJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay8,1985David fornextyearisin,Dr.Radleysaiditissatisfactorytemporaryserviceswererestored.-FacultyAssemblyelectionswerelastweek.-Thisfallweareexpecting640professionalstudiesstudents970artsandsciences.-Handedoutpetitionsonsupportofsafety-SpokewithDr.Radley,sheisacostumedtothepresentadd-dropdate.-aboutthephonesystem,theplanistodotheacedemicbuildingsfirstthentheresidencehalls.AseparatecontractforT.V.cableintheresidencehallsisbeingconsidered.-AppointedthefollowingtotheFinanceCommittee:TerryKenealy,GlennHurlock,KenBogard,AnthonyLaPintaandMikeWillis.LynnChadwickisChairofthecommittee.-ConcerningRulesCommittee,WalterBowlervolunteeredtobetemporarychairuntiltheendofthesemester,thecommitteeneedsmembers.-LiteracyVolunteersBoardneedsastudentmembertositonthecommittee.-MikeBrooksre-electedasPresidentofboardofAux.Ser.-Concerningtheacedemiccalander,whichwouldstudentsprefer:areviewdaybeforefinalsinthefallora3dayweekendintheOctober.The3dayweekendseemstobeprefered.-Allstudentslivingoncampusnextsemesterwillhavetobringtheirownphonesiftheywishtohavealineintheirroomnextyear.-MikeNemecekrecievedtheoutstandingAchievementAward.Fina.nceReportPeterDevine-SeniorClamBakeisMay16thfrom12:30to7:30,pricesare$10forseniors,$14forS.A.15.50NSA.Thereisabillinthepacketforthefundingofbusestotheevent.-DirtDayisMay19th,tixpricesare$6S.A.$7NSA. -ConcerningourS.A.refrigerationservice,thecompanywedealwithrecentlyboughtoutthecompetition,soS.A.willbepickingupallregrigeratorsonMay11th.timesareasfollows:Moreland/Lonis9:30Riggs11:00Scalesl2:00pmFunne1le2:00-2:30Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'[)011aco2

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SSOCIATIONMay8,1985Page3PresidentoftheSenateNewCampusSeneca9:30Cayuga10:30Onondaga11:30Oneida12:30-AsfortheISADinner,itwentwellbutitwasreallycrowded,maybetheballroomnextyear.-AsforaS.A.computer,itisintheneedsstage.determiningourneeds.AnnouncementandPublic Comment 1.CollegeCommunityCleanupisSundayMay5thfrom1-4.2.ConcerningthespecialBundleofferonMacintoshpersonalcomputersithasbeenextendedtoMay10th.AllinterestedshouldcontactRogerLindsayin404Culkinext.2223MWF2:00-4:30.3.RallyandCandleLightVigilAgainstApartheidisMay 2at10:00pmoutonthequad.4.PPBeventsareasfollows:Tues.May7thFinalExam 7pm101lanigan,Fri.10thTheTerminator8&10Ballroom,Sat.11ththeKarateKid8&10:15intheballroom.5.Libraryhoursareextendeduntiltheendofthesemester,usethem.6.AuxiliaryServicescan'tfundtheobservatory,liketoseeS.A.fundthewholething,billnextweek.7.StuartSerotaaresidentofFunnelleHallgaveanoverviewofhisbillconcerningtheexperimentalhookupofcable(T.V)intheresidencehalls.Thiswouldeventuallygiveeachroomthereceptionthattheloungesget.OldBusinessBill14-Thisbillconcerningthelineofsuccessioninthesenatepassedwithnodiscussion.Bill13-ThisbillconcerningtheraiseoftheS.A.feeto$90andthentakingtheremainderofthedeficitoutofSurplus($30,000)passedaftermuchdebate.Thereweremanyissuesbroughtout.Themainarguementwaswhether$90wasenoughofaraisesomethoughtthefeeshouldberaisedto$95soasto avoid takinganythingoutofSurplus.Amotiontomakethefee$95failed.Billpassedbyarollcallvoteofl3y,4n,lPresent.Bill4-Thisbillconcerningtheconstructionof2newsracksfortheHewittUnionLobbyforallcampuspublications.TheFinanceCommitteereccommendednofunding,wantedtohavetheIAdepartmentlookedinto.SurpusCommitteereccommendedthesame.Amendmentsweremade,onewasthatthefigureof$260willbeusedasaceilingforthecostoftheracks-anymoneynotusedwillcomebacktoS.A.ItwasstipulatedthattheI.A.ConstructionClasswouldbeaskedfirstabout doing thejob.Alsostipulated that thesideofeachrackRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126P''2'C'2912'

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Billreadfroml2y, SSOCIATION4(continued)"Publications".AnotheramendmentfixedassetsratherthanSurplus.9n.,laoPresidentoftheSenateMay8,1985Page4wasthatthemoneycomeBillpassedbyvoteofOswego,NewYork13126Bill5-ThisbillconcerningthebuildingoffacadesforthepostalunitsthatwillbeinstalledintheUnionpassed.Therewastalkofastipulationthatcostoverrunswouldhavetocomebacktothesenateintheformofabillandduringthattimeallconstructionwouldstop.Thisstipulationwasnotacceptedasitwouldpossiblyslowtheconstructionprocessdown.Thestipulationpassedbyavoteof16y,4n,3a.Itwasalsosaidthatthe$450requestedshouldmorethancovertheconstructionandthustherewouldbenoneedtocomebackformoremoney.Billclearlypassed.Therewillbeaplaqueonthestructurestating"aproductofyourS.A.Fee.Bill6-ThisbillfortheconstructionofawallintheinformationdeskareainthelobbyoftheUnionhadSOmestipulationsadded,firstwasthatonlyS.A.fundedorrecognizedorganizationswilleverbeallowedtousethisspaceprovidedbythewall,thesecondstipulationwasthatcostoverrunswouldcometothesenateinbillform.TheFinanceCommitteewasinfavorofthebillaswastheSurplusCommittee.DanClarkdirectorofOCTspoke,hetoldthesenatethatforsecurityandeffiencyreasonstheconstructionwouldbeagoodidea.TheconstructionwouldallowforDan'sofficeandtheticketofficetobetogether,ratherthanoneofficeupstairsandtheotherinthelobbyoftheUnion.Billpassedbyavoteof19y,On,2present.Bill7-Bill7providedfortherenovationneededtomoveallthemediadownstairsintheUniontoformamediacenter.Allthegroupswerepresentandallwereinfavorofthemoveaslongastheygetalookatthefinalfloorplansandgetfinalapprovalofthembeforethefundsareallocatedfortheconstruction.TomLonnquistsaidthattheplanswouldbeavailablebeforetheendofthesemesterofthegroupstoapprove.It Was saidthatthePhysicalPlantStaffwouldbehelpingthegroupsmovedownstairswhenthetimecame.Thebillpassedbyavoteoflay,2n.Bill17-ThisbillfundingforbusesfortheSeniorClampassedwithlittlediscussion.Votewas19y,In.Adjournmentwas10:37 'alctfUllY Submitted, Room205HewittUnion

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeat olQ/IJs" of 'Pr
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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession6thMeetingSeptember 11, 1985MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe5thmeetingofthe21stLegislativesessionwascalledtoorderat6:05.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:DawnBrown,ElvisRivera,ClaireLoomis,Gail Markum, MartinMadore, MarioDibono,KenDecker,Dave Morgan, MikeSlotnick,RichChristy.TheagendawasapprovedwiththefollOWing changes: bills 2,15, and23were with:irawn, Bills22and24werebroughtuponspecialorders,MikeWillis ani Ken Eogard addedassponsorsofbill 22,Lyrm Chadwick -sponsorshipofbill 18, LucyCollins-sponsorshipofbill 16,ani Walter Eowlerand GlennHurlocksponsorshipofbill21.OLDBUSINESSBill2Withdrawn.Bill15Withdrawn.Bill16-This bill,asking fornewtypesettingeqUipmentfortheOswegonian waspassedbyavoteof 20Y, 2A.Thedealincludedatradeinofthepresenttypesetterfor$9000and.helpforDrFauxoftheIADepartmentinup grading the equipnent. Thisnew equipment willgreatlyimprovethequalityoftheOswegonian 'sgraphics.The Finance Departmentwas in favorofthebill.Theprojected lifeofthenew equipnent is8years.Theservicecontractonthenew equipment willcostaboutthesameasontheold.Bill18 ... Thisbillformuchneedednew eqUipment forCampus lighting waspassedby avoteof21Y,lA.Itwasexplainedthatthepresent equipment waspurchasedinthe1960's.The newlightingwouldalsomakeitmorefeasibleforCampus Lighting todothelightingformajorconcertsoncampus.Bill19-Bill19Failedaftermuchdebate,thisbillconcernedthecablewiringinFunnelleHallasanexperimenttoseeifitwouldbebeneficialfortherestofthecampus.GenerallythesenatethoughtthiswasnotsomethingthatS.A.shouldpayfor.Bill20 -ThisbillconcerningtheallocationoffundsfortheliVingexpencesforthePresident,VicePresidentandDir.of Finance fortheirsumnerinOswegopassedwiththestipUlationthatbillsoflivingexpensesbepresentedinordertogetthe funds. Thesefundswillonlybeused if' theseofficersstayinOswegoforthe 8uwroe;r:'. Room zu5 HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126P''2'5\aQ'aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Off;.:"ofCVi.,,-pruiJ"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession6th Meeting September11,1985Page2PresidentoftheSenateBill21 -Thisbillforhumansexuality prograrrming tobedonebytheWomen'sCenter1ntheFallpassedaftermuchdebate andchanges 1ndollaramount. Thebilldidpassaswritten,for$1500.Bill22 -Thisbillconcerningthechanging of' the aportioningof' theS.A.feetobepaidbyeachstudent:inthefall and springpassedasfollows:$50Fall,$40 Spring. Passed14Y,IN,OA(quarumof15).Bill23 -Wi th::lrawn. Bill24-Billwaswithdrawnbecausethestatewouldnotpayforthemaintainanceontheobservatoryevenifweweretopayforthewholething.Adjournment10:20RespectfullySUbmitted,Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession7thMeeting September18,1985Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvalofagenda4.Approvalofminutes5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDavid McNally6.FinanceReportPeterDevine 7. Announcements andPublicConment8.CommitteeReports9.OldBusiness10.NewBusinessBill251l.Adj ournrnent Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5\21'2Go '

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember18,1985 OffiCIlof'lIice-presiJent OswegoMinutes'2'5\241aco'The6th Meeting ofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6: 00afteralongandenjoyable Summer break.Rollwastakenwiththe following absent:MarioDibona,TomFlaherty,JodiDriscoll,DaveArmstrong,PhilVoogt,RichChristy, Martin Madore,DawnBrown, DaveSchuster,JonathanKnobel.Boththeagendaandminuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGraciaWelcomedeveryoneback.GetthewordoutaboutvacantpositionssuchasFacultyAssemblystudentseat,Supremecourtjustice,studentconductcommittee.Did some checkingf;in to having two yellow busesoperatinginopositedirectionsaroundcampusthissummer.Itdoesnotlookgood,thereareplacesonthiscampus whereitwouldbedifficultforthebusestopassoneanother.That'snotthefinalwordonthesUbjectthough.Aboutthe posibility ofgettingjuicemachinesineachoftheresidencehalls,thislookshopeful,AuxiliaryServiceshastobetalkedtoaboutit.-Therewas afacultyAssemblymeetingMondaySeptember9th-triedtogetourfourreps.onthevariouscouncilsoftheassembly-wewereunsuccessfulingettingontheacedemicpoliciescouncil,butmanagedtogetontheLibraryandBudgetcouncils.JuliowouldliketoapproachthefacultyAssemblyabout changing theirbylawsinordertoautomaticallyhaveonestudentoneachcounciloftheassembly.-Still working ona S.A.pUblishedCourseEvaluationPaper.-Juliowouldliketohavea workshopforallS.A.clubsandorganizationsandthesenate whMh wouldfocusoncohesiveness.DavidMcNally -Wehavevacantseatsin many ofthehallsaswellasoffcampus,let'stryandgetsomepeopleinthem. AlSOrny oftheconmitteechairsareopenanyoneinterestedin chairing acoitteeseeDave,hewouldliketomakeappointmentsassoonasposibl. DaveplanstosendapacketbacktoeachofItheresidencehallsevery iDeadlilile forallbillstobeintothe clerlt isMondayat12: OOpn, sothatthepacketcanbeputouton 'fuesday. I -SenatorswhohavenotalreadyseenDave ShotP-d stopintocatchuponthingswithhim. i Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork 13126 II

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember 18 3 1985 Office of '1Iice-prudent OswegoPage2FINANCEREPORTPeterDevineWelcomeback!-Hireda newreceptionist3Pam AuClair3 and.New Secretary3 ourownBev0'Connell.StopinandsayHi.BeenworkingonacomputerproposalforS.A.-Held orientation meetingforS.A.clubsand.organizationsthreasurers.-PeterwouldliketostartuptheorganizationrapsagainwiththeSenatesothatthesenatecangettoknow whateachorganizationisabout.TheofficialresultsofourauditthispastSummerwillsoonbeinforoneandalltosee.JameTaylorConcertisSeptember28thatLakerHallticketsareonsaleatcheckcashing$10.00S.A.$14.00N.S.A. -AbillconcerningWOCR'sUPIservicewillbeinthepacketnext week 3 lookforit.-BlackfriarstheatregroupwouldliketoproduceAChorusLine which hasjustbeen released3 thisisgreatbuttheroyaltiesaremorethanforotherplayssotheywanttoraiseticketpricesto$2.00S.A.$3 &$4NSAthishasaneteffectof-0-ontheirbUdget********Letthe recoro. showthatsenatorspresentwereinfavoroftheincreaseinticket prices3 andthattheSenatesuggeststhattheBlackfriarsgothroughwiththeincreasedticketprices.******** ANNOUNCEMENTS AND. PUBLIC COMMENT Ken :Bogaro. -SuggestedthatSenatorstaketheirjobsmore seriouslY3 dotheirjobassenatorwithsomeprofessionalism.TomLonnquistThankedtheSenateforthesupportlastspringconcerningtheUnion renovations3 lookingfowardtoa goodyear.JayButton-explainedthatitsnotjusta problem ofstudentsgettingonF.A.councilsbutsomeprofessorshavethatsame problem3 itsa numbers game morethananythingelse.LiteracyVolunteersishavingagaragesaleattheWarMemorialinFultonthisweekend. Davewillbepickingup any donationsintheresidencehallsonfriday.COMMITrEEREPORTSFinanceCorrmittee Programning bUdgetwillstarthearingsthe21st 22m3 weneed5peoplefromthe finance corrmitteetoattend.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'51no1aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 3 StUdentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession7thMeeting September18,1985PPBEvents -Sept.17 "Rocky 11213Hewitt Union7&9:30FreeInternationalFl1msSeries:Sept.18"Cousin, Cousine"213H.U.7&9:30 ani Sept.19Sameagain.Fri.20th"BeverlyHillsCop"213H.U7&9:30$1.50 S.A. $2.50NSA.Sat21stsame. Adjourrnnent 6:50 ..Su..lxni.tted..'. ElaineBurgess SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126pI'2'['20'2

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession8th Meetirlg September 25, 19851.CalltoOrder 2.Rollcall3.Approvalofagenda4.Approvalofminutes 5. Executive ReportsJulioGraciaDavid McNally6. Finance ReportPeterDevine Office of tI.e'Vice-pruiJent OswegoAgenda7.Announcements andPublicComment8.Committee Reports 9. Old Business 10.NewBusinessBill25,Resolutions2&311. Adjournment Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember25,1985MinutesThe7thMeetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:05. Thefollowingwere sworninasSenators:PattyCoteMackin, MaheshSabbaniFurmelle, AlexFauldsCayuga,TerryKenealyandChuckZlotkusOnongaga, MikeWillis-OffCampuswithmoreseatstobefillednextweek.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:DawnBrown, Jonathan Knobel,DaveArmstrong,Dave Morgan, MikeSlotnick.Theagendawasapproved unchanged. Theminutesstoodwiththefollowingchanges:pg.1JUlio'sreport-weare looking intoojuicesinthe Dining Halls.DavewishedtohavenotedhowdisapointedtheywereaboutnotgettingontocertaincouncilsoftheFaCUlty Assemblysuchastheacademicpoliescouncil.Thiswasduetotheratioofstudent(4)vs.FaCUltyseats.EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulio Gracia -Julioistryingtoforma Presidential AdvisoryCouncil wouldadviseJulioinhisduties,asignupsheetwentaround.-OntheissueofDayCareonthiscampus S.A.hastodecidewhatparttoplayif any inthe starting upofadaycarecenterwhichwouldbebasedinSwetmanHall.Rightnow$6,000isneeded,wedon'tnecessarilyhavetoallocatethatwhole amountthough. -Apwointed Dave Rothstein actingOCACoordinatoruntilthe hiring processcanbecompletedalongS.A.affirmativeActionguidelines.DavidMcnally -A\ppointed the follow.ing tothefinanceCommittee: Lynn Chadwick(chair)Tony LaPinta,BrianGoldman,KenBogard.-Appointed'Lisa Orf, andErieHoeglerashisassistants.-AppointedTerryKenealy-RulesChair,Dee Hagemann -SUNY Affairs Chair,JoannPalmer-ElectionsChair,allaretemporaryappointmentsuntilwehaveafullsenate.-LiteracyVolunteersGarageSalemade$200.-AuxiliaryServiceshadits first meetingofthesemester,itwasanorientationmeeting.-FacultyAssembly BudgetCouncil meet$ FridaySept.20thin329PiezHall.-CollegeCouncilmeet s wed.9/25duetovote on,aG.cohol policy.Anyonewhowishestovoteabsenteeinthefallelectioncanpickup aabsenteeballot applicaeion attheS.A.office.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession8th Meetfug September 25, 1985 FINANCE REPORr Off"" of tit"'1';",,-pru;j"nt OswegoPage 2PeterDeville AbouttheProgramFundBudget ifanyone knowsclubsstartingupandwantfunding-theyhavetopickupapplicationsintheS.A.office,applicationscanbeinnolaterthanSept.26th.-ConcerningtheCornerStore-Storehashadaventilationproblemforyearsandbecauseoftheproblemthefreezeris isonitslastleg,expecttoseesomethinginthepacketsoonforthepurchaseofa newfreezer.Pendulum-theirtypesettersarebroken,theyhavearrangedtousetheOswegonian'sfortheissue,butexpectsomethinginthepacketforpartstorpairtheequipment.ConcerningAthleticsandtheirgettingtotheirgamesmanytimestheycannotuseaAuxiliaryServicesvan(thereareonlytwo),NowwithRomneyclosedforrenovationsthereistheaddedproblemofgettingthehockeyplayerstoandfrombothpracticeandgamestherehasnotbeenanyspecificsolutionsbroughtupyet-staytuned!Arep.fromSAVACwillspeakduringannouncementsabouttheorganization. :-:-::----ANNOUNCEMENTS ANDPUBLICCOMMENTSept.22 NewmanClubwillhavemtg.attheNewmancenterwithrefreshmentat2pm.allarewelcome.HartHallisstartingapetitionconcerningmovingthebusstopbackinfrontofCulkinHall.TherewillbeaSkiClubMtg.at6:30Oct.1strm.221 H.U.SAVAC-currentlyhas25activemembers,recruited18atfinalreg.anyoneinterestedinjoiningcallex.4003,medemerg.call4000.Theyareinterestedinthepurchaseofa newambulance.ApartheidrallyMondaySept.23rd9-3intogotoF.A.witharesolutionsimiliargatheringinthequadwithspeakersetc. campusprotestagainstApartheid.H.U.mainLobby,3:30plantolastyear'sthenat7pmOct.11NationalDayforNationalIssueForum-WhoShouldPayTaxes?Tues.7pmatOswegoHigh.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATION @' studentAssociation Of!!"e of theCV;ce-p,e5iJent StateUniversityCollgeat Oswego Senate21stLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember25,1985COMMITTEEREPORTSpage3PresidentoftheSenateFinanceCommittee-ProgramFundBUdgetwillbeheldSatSept,28,12-6,Sun12-close,Mon5:30-11:00.FinancemeetingMon.at5:30upstairsintheunion.PPB -Sept.24Cinevisions"RockyIll"213H.U.7&9:30.Fri.27thCinevisions"FlamingoKid"213H,u.7 &9:30.Sat.28th"FlamingoKid"2137&9:30.Concert-JamesTaylorLakerHallSept.288pm.Adjournment6:55.RespectfullySubmitted, .z! SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONTO:STUVENTASSOCIATIONSENATEOfficeofthePresidentFROM:ELECTIONSCOMMITTEEJOANNPALMERCHAIRVATE:RE:1985OCTOBER2VECISIONABOUTFALLELECTIONS,REPORTATTHE REQUEST OFTHESAPRESIVENT Re.p0Jz.-t The. 100Ring-thJz.ough-the.S-tude.n-tia-tioneome-to-the-tha-t-the.S-tuden-t06 SUNY no-t obliga-te.d-toholdFalleleTheJz.e60Jz.e,theCommi-t-tee.inwith-theCommit-tee,deeided-tha-t -theFalleleewill-taReplaeeyeaJz..-theChaiJz.willa let-teJz.-to-thetoalldoJz.m who have-tempoJz.aJz.ilyappointedand-tha-t -they-to-theCommi-t-tee an066ieialle-t-teJz.06appoin-tmen-tvalidun-til-the SpJz.ingI-t-the06-theeommi-t-teetha-t-thepJz.oeeduJz.e-to6illin-the6allbele6-tup-to-theidual066 And -tha-t -the S-tuden-tonlyonegeneJz.alelee-the60Jz.alldoeumen-twillbeineludedin-the S-tuden-t Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession9thMeetingOctober 2., 19851.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvalofagenda4.Approvalofminutes5.Executj_veReportsJulioGraciaDavidMcnally6.FinanceReportPeterDevineO//ie .. 0/ ..'1Iie.. -pr ..siJ.. ntOswego Agenda7.Announc ernentsandPublicComment8.CommitteereportsRulesFinanceElectionsSunyAffairscommitteeCommunityrelationsOffCampusCouncilPPBDirector9.OldBusinessResolutions3 and 4(theywere2and3)10.NewBusiness11.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phpa'2'5'21'2G01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudent Assac ationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession9thMeetingOctober Z, 1985 Offic" of t'"CVic,,-pruiJ"nt OswegoMinutesThe8thMeetingofthe21stlegislativesessionwascalledtoorderat6:00.ThefollowingweresworninasSenators: furry MacLoughlin,JennieMeyers,KarenConey,DavidSaile,PaulBurns,WendyMiles,SallyAnnCronk.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:JenniferCarey, Mario Dibona,BrianGoldman, Ken Pogard, Dave Armstrong, JackieJohnson. Pob Stiendlerand Marian Coliswereabsentwithproxies.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:DanClark was removedfromResolution3(was2)andbill25 wastakenonspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVEREPORTS JuJ!io GraciaThe F .A. BudgetCouncilmet(Juliositsonthiscouncil)theydiscussedthefactthattheindividualcolloegeswillhavemore poweroverwherethemoniesgo.Thecollegewillhavemore powerin deciding howtosendeachofthelinesbudgeted.-Therehasbeensomelookingintothepossibilityofsomechangesintheschoolcalenderfornextyear.Such changes asabreakinthefall sEmester withacutinintersession,daysoffforJewishholidays,andstudydaysarebeing looked into.TheconsenusoftheSenate was thatabreakinthefall semester andtheJewishHo1idaysshouldbethepriorities.TheCollegeComnunityRelationsComnitteemet.TheCollegeCorrmunityexchangedaysweredecidedupon.TheywillbeOct.28th-S.A.tocommunity,andOct.30thcorrrrmmity toS.A..Woman'sSaftytaskForcemet.-Senatorsbringthedaycareprojectinfobacktoyourconstituents.JulJowas appointedtothePresidentAdvisoryEoard.David McNally -Aparthied-ThispastweektheSUNYEoardoftrustiesdecidedtodivestSUNYfundsfromSouthAfrica.ThisissomethingthatSASUTriedtogettheEoardtodoinApril,someSASUmembersincludingSue Raywereputinjailoverthisevent.TheCollegeCouncilapprovedthenewAlcoholPolicy,thoughtheyquestionedtheenforcibilityoftheconsumptionbehindcloseddoorsforpeopleofage.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126ph'2'5\29'2Go '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationState CollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession9thMeetingOctober 2, 1985 Office of CVic:e-pm,dent OswegoPage2-TheopeningofSheldonHallasaBestWesternConferenceCenterishopedforthefallof86.Thiswillprovide100newjobsplustheaddedsalestaxrevenue.-AuxiliaryServicesmet .ANNOUNCEMENTSAND PUBLIC COMMENT OCAislookingfortalentedpeopletopreformatnoon time intheHewittUnion Main Lobby.Oct.18 20istheNationalOCAconferencein Binghamton anyoneinterestedinattendingcontacttheOCAoffice.ChrisRooneyfromCampus lighting waspresenttogiveabriefoutlineofhisorganizationanditsgoals.Asweallknow CampusLightingisFundedbyS.A.andisstaffedbystudents.Theyprovidetheatricallightingforeventsthatoccuronourcampus. TheydoalotofbusinesswithPPB,such as theJamesTaylorConcertcorningup.Theorganizationhas12-15activemembersupto20semi-active. .COMMI'ITEE REPORTSRulesMtg. Mondayat6:00.Atthelastmtg.discussedbill25-passed.DiscussedwaysofenforcingtheSenateattendancepolicy.Finance-Budgetsstartthisweekend(Sept28,29)12-6sat.,12-closesun.5:30-10Mon.Discussedbill25 -passed.OffCampus -NoReport. Comnnmity Relations-NoReport.SUNYAffairs-NoReport.ElectionsNotsurewhethertherewillbeafallS.A.electionsasofyet.FINANCEREPORT(delayedduetothefactthatPeterdiOOIthaveaneraserforhisdemonstration)PeterDevine-ListedbelowisthefinancialsituationoftheStudent Assod ationAsfromtheAudit. FY84..;.85 Originalstartingbudget=$799,745.66Additionstobudget (totalbudget)Totalexpenditures84-85=$849,027.63(differenceduetonoteveryorg.spent$)weaddedcloseto $10vO.,.." ---------Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phase'2'5'21'2G01

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actualincome750,293.69=$799,835.66 SSOCIATIONStudent. AlSsociationOffi<:e of '1/i<:e-president StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession9thMeetingOctober2,1985 Budgeted income figure (Total)Page3PresidentoftheSenateFund Palance $849,027.63(expend) $ 750,293.69(incomeDeficit-$98,733.9484-85Sothefundbalanceisnowreducedby$98,733.94startingJuly1,1985.Sothefundbalancenowlooksasfollows:$166,315.55Stabilizationamount($100,000.00)subtract $ 66,315.55projecteddeficit85-8630,000.00 $ 36,515.55StudentAssociationhasbaseditsbudgetfortheFY85-86ontheheadcountof6235students.BUSINESSBill25 -Thisbill concerning theUP1Serviceatthecampusradiostationwornpassedby avoteof23Y,on,Oa.Thisbillprovidedforthetransferinaccountsforthe10%increaseofUP1service.Thebillhadalreadybeenpaidsoastogettheeducationaldiscount.Adjournment7:10ResptfullySubmitted, allle Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Ph'2'5\20'2Go '

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate21stLegislativeSessionIOthMeetingOctober 9, 19851.Calltoorder2.RollCall Offic" of tl"CVic,,-president at:OswegoAgenda3.ApprovaloftheAgenda4.ApprOValoftheMinutes 5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDavid McNally 6. Supreme Court Report Yuval Ear Kokhba7.AnnouncementsandPublicComment8. CommitteeReportsRules Finance ElectionsStudentServicesSUNYAffairs CommUnity RelationsOffCampusCommitteeSASUDelegate9.Old BusinessBill26,Resolution310.NewBusinessB112711.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession HlthMeeting October 9., 1985 Offi"e of '1Ii"e-presiJen tOswegoMinutesThe9thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:00. Jim RileyandRoyIppolitoweresworninassenators.TheagendawasapprovedwiththefollOWingchanges:Resolution3wastabledandbill26 wasaddedtonewbusiness.Minuteswereapprovedunchanged.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:Mahesh Sabhani., Becky White., Karen Reisfeld., Jennifer Carey.,MarioDibono., JodiDriscol.,EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGracia-ConcerningtheEarthquakein Mexico.,There isagrouponthiscampuswhichhasorganizedforthepurposesof colloecting fUndstosentdowntherehopefullythroughtheRedCross.Cans werepassedouttoSenatorsinthehopeof them helpingthecause.Thegroupalsoplanstoholdaflowersaletocollectfunds.Theyare looking intoasoupandbreaddayandamissameal.Therewillbeameetingofallinterested'rues.Oct.8upstairsintheUnionat6:00.-Voterregistrationisstill goingon., Senatorweregivenpacketsofvoterregistrationmaterialssothattheymayregisterpeopleintheirresidencehallsetc.TheStatueofLiberity Corrmittee., acorrmitteeformedtoraisemoneyforthework being doneonthestatuewouldliketoholdarafflewithagrandprizeofa trip. They wouldalsoliketohaveacoupleofsocialgatherings.Thecorrmitteeseeks$500donationfromtheS.A.toget them started.Theyhavehopesof raising $2000. TheFacultyAssemblyinresponsetoJulio'sletterintheOswegonianaskedhimtojointheacedemicpoliciescouncil rorl theStudentServicesCouncil.DavidMcNallywillserveontheStudentServicesCouncil.SomeoneisneededtoserveontheAcedemicPoliciesCouncil.AnyoneinterestedinthiscouncilseeJulio.Trying toarrangeasoftballgame S.A.versesTHeOswegonian.Concerningtheclubbudgetscomingupkeeponthinginmind -Realisticallocations.DavidMcNally -SASUishavingtheir15thAnniversaryConferenceOct18-20.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession1 nth MeetingOctober9,1985page2 -ParentsWeekendmet,Theyneedstudentworkersforthe weekerxl. AnyoneinterestedseeDave. -StudentServicesCouncilmeetsThurs.at8:30am,.A'.cedemicPoliciesCouncilmeetsFriday. ANNOUNCEMENTSAND. PUBLIC COMMENT ToddBiel,PersonnelDirector-TherearesevenpositionsopenintheStudentAssociation.AnyoneinterestedinanyoftheopenpositionsseeToddfordetails.OCA-Tues.Oct.8-Bethanne Higgins 12-2intheH.U.mainLounge.Wed.Oct16th11-4isCorrmunityServicesDayalsointheH.U.mainLounge.Mon.Oct21isUAAday.Wed.Oct.23-25BrainstromRecordsSale.Tues.Oct.29BethanneHiggins12-2main Lounge H.U.Thurs.Oct.31Pumpkincarvingcontect.OCAispleasedtoannouncetheopeningoftheClientCounselingCenter,openedforoffcampusstudentswithtenant/landlordproblems.FirstissueoftheOCANewsletterwillbeoutThurs.Oct.11.LOCOisopenuntil 8pn onWed.TheCollegehasrulednottorecognizetheGSA-GSAnowhasnoaffiliationwiththecollege.S.A.SenateMeetingwillbeheldatOniedaHallat6pmOct.9th.StudentswouldliketoseetheyellowbusesrunouttoFallbrookandRiceCreek,maybeontheweekends . .COMMITI'EE. REPORTSRules-discussedresolution4-failedbecauseofthefirstwhereas.FinanceHeld ProgramBudgetslastweekend.Elections-seeenclosedletterconcerningfallelections.CommunityRelations-didnotmeet,noreport.OffCampus Committee Dave MorganplanstoMeetwithDonHarrison.StudentServices-MeetsTuesupstairsintheUnion. SENAIDRSGET ONA COMMITrEE ORYOUWILLBEPUTONONE!!!!Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dbso'2'5\21 2CO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession lD:;h MeetingOctober 9, 1985 .. OLD BUSINESSPage3 Resolutllion 4-ConcerningthelackofawaterfountainintheH.U.Cafeteriawherethereoncewasone.ThisresolutionergedtheAuxiliaryServicesCorptoreinstallthefountain .. Theresolutionpassedby avoteof25ylawiththefollowingchanges:Thefirstwhereaswasremoved,thesecondwhereasnowreadsasthefirstwhereasoftheresolution(ThewaterfountainwhichfomerlyoccupiedthevendingareaoftheHewittUnionCafeteria...) TheothermajorgripeofthesenatorswasthatA.S.charges $ .10foraglassofwaterintheCafeteria,butitwasclarifiedthatifyoupurchasesomethingandaskforacupofwaterit1sfree.Adjournment6:55The10thMeetingwascalledtoorderat7:00forthe purp::lses ofradifyingprogrambudgets.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:MaheshSabhani,Becky wbite, KarenReisfeld,JenniferCarey,MarioDibono,JodiDriscol,Dave Morgan.JeffJones,AssociateDirectorofFinanceexplainedtheprocedure.Heexplainedthatinbudgetcounciltheyreccommended atotalof$7,776forthetotalprogrambUdget.Healsosaidthattheallocationsmay seemlowerthisyearbuttheyaremoreaccuratefiguresofwhattheclubswillspend.Insteadoftheusual formula of1075forcalculatingofficesuppliesthebudgetcouncilusedactualfigures.Thisseemstobemoreaccurate.Thebudgetwas maderealisticallynotideaistically". .CHEMISTRY CLUBThebudgetcouncilreccommended afigureof225fortheeventsline,theSenateallocatedthis.GeneralOperstingExpenseswas reccommendedat$15.10,thegroupwasunhappywiththis figure, amotionfor$30 was madeandsecon:ledthenamendedto$20whichwaspassedbytheSenate ..TotalAllocation $245 SYNCHRONIZED SWIM. CLUBThebudgetwasallocatedasreccommended bytheCouncilasfollows:Events$595, Instruction $100, GOE-11.20.ForaTbtalAllocationof$706.20.TheCouncilreccommended $82forevents,whichtheSenateincreasedto$89toincludeanextratape.GOEwas flimded was reccommendedbythecouncilat$12.15foraTotalA110cation of....,$srlHO-flll-:.-ll-l:i5,--------------Room Hewitt Union_Oswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate 21stLegislativeSession lOth MeetingOctober9,1985QUARUMLOWEREDTO13.ECONOMICCLUBO//ic ..0/tl..... prud..nt OswegoPage4T'nebudgetwasallocatedasreccorrmendedbythecouncilasfollows:Events-$150,GOE$5.40'T6talAllocation . WEIGHTTRAININGCLUBTheClubwasveryhappywiththeirreccomnendation.TheSenateallocatedasreccorrmended bythecouncil$1235. 'COMPUTERSCIENCEThe Budget wasallocatedasreccorrmendedbythecouncilasfollows:Events-$50,Films-$12.20,GOE-$65.95.TotalAllocation$128.15 ITALIANCLUBThebudgetwasallocatedasreccorrmendedbythecouncilt6tal AJ,location$189.40.JUGGLINGCLUBThisclubisa newclub just startingupthissemester.Thebudgetwas allocated asreccorrmendedbythecouncil$5.55.FRENCH CLUBThebudgetwasallocatedasreccorrmendedbythecouncilasfollows:Events$160,Films$100,GOE57. Total Allocation$317.00 OSWEGO TECHNOLOGYEDUCATIONASSOCIATIONTheTotalallocationforthisclubwas$160.00. HISIDRYCLUBThebudgetwasallocatedasreccommended bythecouncilasfollows:Events$25,Films$125,GOE allocation$154.00Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession lQth MeetingOctober 9., 1985 GERMAN CLUB O/lice of theprudentOswego Page5The Budget wasallocatedasreccommended bythecouncilasfollows:Events $100.,Films-0-., GOE TotalAllocation$105.00.METEROLOGYCLUBThe Budget wasallocatedasreccommended bythecouncilasfollows:Events $150., Films $60., GOE17.20.TotalAllocation$227.20QUARUM LOWERED'ill 7.GEOLOGYCLUBThebudgetwasallocatedasreccommendedwiththefollowingallocations:Events $50., Films $135., GOE$15.55.TotalAllocation$200.55 ourING CLUBOutingclubwasallocatedasreccommendedTotalAllocation$63.35.10:00pmRecess13yOnOauntil6:20pmThurs.JEWISHSTUDENTUNIONEvents $32., Instruction $25., GOE$7.35.Theeventslinepassedasreccommendedat $100., filmlinepassedasreccommendedas $200., GOEthecouncilreccommended$9.95whichthegroupwasunhappy with., therewas amotionfor$15 whichpassedTotal Allocation $315 POLITICALSCIENCECLUBTheeventslinewasfundedasrequestedbytheclubandreccommended bythecouncilat$200.Filmswasfundedat-0-asreccommended bythecouncil.GOEwasfundedasreccommendedat$7.75.Thebottomlineof$207.75wasthenrejected.Failed2Y9nla. TheFilmlinewasreopenedand$100 was added., thenewbottomlinepassedat$307.75 PRELAWSOClliTYTheeventslinewaspassedasrequestedat$200.Filmswasfundedat-0-asreccommended bythecouncil.GOEwasfundedasreccommeded bythecouncilat18.95. Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession :1U:.h MeetingOctober9 1985ANTHROPOLOGYCLUBOswegoPage6Eventslinereccorrnnendation wasfor$70whichthegroupwas unhappy with. Arootion asmadefor$100thenamended.to120 motionfor$120 passed. byvoteof9y Oa.Filmswas funded.asreccorrnnended.at$70.GOEwas passed. atheamountof$7.20.TotalAllocation$197.20.KARATE'CLUBEventswerefunded.asrequested.at$100.Instructionwas funded.asreccorrnnended.at$1260.GOEwas funded.asreccorrnnended.as$15.TotalAllocation$1375. 'BI
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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSeante21stLegislativeSession 11Jth MeetingOctober9,1985 NEWMAN CLUBPage7ThisclubisbeingfundedbyS.A.forthefirst Ume,. Eventswasfundedasreccorrmendedat$47aswasfilmsat$6.GOEwasfundedat$30.15.TotalAllocation83.15YOGACLUBInstructionlinewasfundedas reccorrmendad at$412.50which'salsothebottom line.AMERICANlVIARKETING ASSOCIATION AMA This group wasfundedat-0-becausetheychargeafeetotheirmembersanddonothasaconstitutiononfilewiththeSupremeCourtoftheStudentAssociation.Motionforfundingat-0-passedbyvoteof8y,2n,Ga. Adj ournrnent8:40.RespectfullySubmitted,ElaineBurgess,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation of tI."P""5iJ" .. t stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21thLegislativeSession11thMeeting October 6,1985 Agendal.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.approvalofagenda4.approvalofminutes 5. ExecutivereportsJulioGraciaDavis McNally 6.FinanceReportPeterDevine7.AnnouncementsandPublicComment8.CornmitteeReport s Rules FinanceElectionsStudentServicesSUNYAffairsCormnunityRelations.OffCampusConmitteeSASUDelegate9. Old Businessbill26,bill2710.NewBusinessbill30, 31,32,res5 11.AdjournrnentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession1 J.th MeetingOctober 1(6, 1985MinutesThe JO-th Meetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6: 00inOneidahall.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:JohnColella,KarenReisfeld,Becky Wh:ite, sallyAnnCronk,MarioDibono,JodiDriscol,Dave Morgan, JamesReilly,MikeSlotnick,Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bills28and29 werebroughtuponspecialorders,resolutiOn3wastakenoffthetableandbill26 wastabled.Ken Bogardpickedupsponsorshipofbill28. Theminuteswereapprovedwithclarificationthatmeeting10adjournedat8:40onThursday,October5th.EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGracia-JuliopassedoutalistofF .A. andcollegecorrnnitteesinordertohaveeachsenatorexpressinterestinsittingona corrnnittee. -ConcerningDayCare, Looking intoaonetimestartupgrant.Thecenter i.E scheduledforoperationinfallof86,thecenterwillbe in SwetmanHallwhere EDCES usedtobe .. Theconstructionwhichneedstobedoneshouldtake12-15weeks,biggestproblemisthe building oflavoratories.Thecenter needs fundsforthingsthestatewillnotfundfor,thistotalsabout$7,000.Therewillbeabillinthepackettogetthingsgoingonthepossibilityofgivingagranttotheproject.PPBFineArtsThe Corrnnittee camebeforthesenatefor their approvaloftheproposedserieswhichthecorrnnitteehasbeenplanningsincelastspringforthisyear.Representativeswerepresenttoexplainthe progranming planned.Itwasmutually agreed by membersofthesenateandPPBFineArtsthatthewholeproblemconcerningthedoingofaseriesandwhetherornotthecorrnnittee wasallowedtodotheseries(budgetcouncil'sreccorrnnendationlastspring)wasalackof coITJlI1ll11icationon bothsides.The corrnnitteeexplainedthattheyhadmade upthedifferenceinmoneyneedtodotheseriesbyco-sponsoringtheeventswithotherPPBcorrmitteesandS,AorganizationsandtheOCCA.Theyalsoplan on usingConcertsre-generativeaccountwhichwouldsavethecommitteesome $4000whichthencouldbeputtootherprogramsintheseries.Theyalsoexplainedthattheyhadsetupanagencyaccountundera corrnnitteecalledtheHewittUnionBoardneWly formed. Thisagencyaccountwasforfundscollectedoverthesummerconcerningtheseries.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126ph'2'5\24'aGo'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of tI."'Vice-pru;j"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober IE, 1985PPBFineArts-continuedPresidentoftheSenateDaveSailemade amotiontoapprovetheseries,itwasseconded. Lynn Chadwickspokeshesaidthatshewasnotagainsttheseriespersay.Sheagreedtherehadbeenalotofmiscommunication.She wasagainsthavinganagencyaccountcollectingS.A.funds.Shesaidclthatshedidn'tlikethepositionthatthecorrnnittee wasputtingtheSenateinmeaningthatifthesenatevotedagainstthemotionthatS.A.couldpossiblybesuedbyentertainerswhichhadalreadygottenaverbalcorrnnittment bythecorrnnittee.ItwasbroughtupthatTomLonnquisthadbroughtup apackageofthecontractsoverthesummertoPeterDevine'soffice.Petersaidthatitwasusuallythepracticeforanorganizationtogetaverbalokayfromthefinancedepartmentbeforesolicitingacontract.Thiswasnotdone.Thecommitteeadmittedthattheymaynothavegonethroughtheproperchannels,butthattheydidn'tknowanybetter.AllmembersoftheFineArtscommitteearenew membersofPPB.JulioredirectedthedebatebyexplainingthattheSenatewastoapproveordisapproveoftheseriesnotthecontracts,thatthecontractswerethejoboftheexecutivebranch.Manysenatorsfelttheywerebeingrailroaded,.thattheirbackswereagainstthewallonthisissue.Finallyaftermuchdebatethequestionwas moved,thismotionpassed.Themotiontoapprovetheserieswasvotedonbyrollcallvote:AlexFaulds-NM.Sabhani-AJ.Meyers -AE.Rivera-A D.Saile-YM.Colis-NB.White-P.Burns-YM.Dibono -J.Johnson-YJ.ReillyR.Ippolito-N Lynn Chadwick -NP.Cote-NB.Steindler-NC.Zlotkus-NJ.Pace-NK.Coney -NJ.Carey-J.DriscolW.Miller-YM.Slotnick-B. r!JacLaughlin -AA.LaPinta-NJ.Palmer-NT.Kenealy-NJ.Colella-KarenReisfeldK. Bogard -NS.Cronk B. Goldman -Y D. MorganM.Willis-NMOTIONFAILED VO'IE OF5y,14n,4a.Anothermotionwasbroughtuplaterinthemeetingattheendofoldbusiness.ThismotionstatedtoapprovetheFineArtsSerieswiththeadditionthatanyorganizationgothroughS.A.Financebeforetheycanexecute funding ofalargemagnitude.TheSenatewillnotcondone paymentoffundstoanyclubororganizationwhodoesnotfollowS.A.guidelines.A friendly amendment wassuggestedthatallmoniesinsuchactionsgothroughS.A.checkcashingandnotthe Hew::itt UnionBoard.thisamendment wasnotaccepted.ItwasexplainedthatCheckcashingcan't handle thevolumeoftickets.Tom Lonnquist explainedthat if' S.A.chosenot Ibib supporttheRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126Phon'2'5\2112Go'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offi"" of CVi""-,P""9iJ,,nt StateUniversityCollegeaT OswegoSenate21thLegislativeSession1 rth MeetingOctober 1'6, 1985PPBcontinuedPresidentoftheSenatePage3seriesthattheCollegewouldpickuptheseries.Healsopointedoutthatthenthat muld bepowerthatS.A. muld belosing.It muld bea shame toseealineuplikethisgo downthedrain.TheQuestionwascalledonthemotion.Motionpassedby avoteof12y,On,6a,2p.DavidMcNally -TherearepositionsopeninS.AaswellasF .A.councils.interestedseeDave. -SASUhastheiraniversaryconferencenextweekend. -ParentsWeekendisnextweekend. -Applicatiol'is fornominationsforwho'swhoamongAmericanColleges and UniversitiesarenowavailableintheS.A.office. ANNOUNCEMENTS' AND' PUBLIC' COJ.VJMENT DeanWassenaarreadaletteraddressedtoPresidentRadleyfromtheRedCross,itwas aletterofthanks-theRedCrossgot446unitsofBloodattheLastSUNYOswegoblooddrive-nextblooddriveisDec.II-12th.OCC-petitionsareavailableforPres.andVicePres.deadlineisOct.16,electionsareOctober21-22.OCT-ApplicattmsforDanClarkspositionofDirectorarenowavailableintheOCToffice.October22from11-3intheballroomisS.A.Awarenessday.Therearetwopositionsopenontheceremonies corrnnittee. COMMI'lTEEREPORTSRules-wantstherecordsofattendanceatcommitteemeetings.Finance-Met,discussedbill27.Elections-Noreport.StudentServices-Meetingsaretues.at6:00intheup sta:iI's oftheUnion.SUNYAffairsnoreport. Corrmunity Relations-talkedabouttheswitchday,expectabillinthepackettopayforthedinner.SASU-SASUPresidentwillspeaknextweekatthesenatemeeting.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126DI'o'e'??'?c?'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober 16, 1985OLDBUSINESS Office0{die'1/;ce-pres;Jent OswegoPage4Resolution3-thisresolutionconcerningStudentAssociationstronglyergingtheadministrationtomovethebusstopbacktoCulkinpassedby avoteoflly,9n,la.Therewerealotofreasonsproandconforthemove.Partofthereasonit was movedtotheUnion was becausetheUnion Hoursare roore compatiblewiththebusschedule.AlsothesecurityofCulkinHall was aanotherreason.ThoughtthattheUnion was a morecentrallylocatedspotforstudents. The administrationislookingintoaremoteT.V.for in thesnackbaretc.sothatstudentscanseethebus coming. TheroadintothebackoftheUnion was widenedjustforthe purPOses ofhavingthebusesstopthere,thisis cons deredaperminentmove.Hartresidencefindthatthenew busstopisaproblembecauseofthenoiseetc.Motion -Amotionwas madetocanceltheoldwayof figuring officesuppliesfortheclubswhichfallunder program fund.Theold way was by a formula of10-7-5ditributedbythenumberofevents-firstevent 10 second7andsoon.Thebudgetcouncilthisyeardecidedafterthe departmentdidastudy,togo byactualfigures.Motionclearlypassed.Bill28-concerningthebottomlineoftheprogrambudgetpassed with littlediscussion.Bill29-Concerningtheclubcontingencyaccountforthe annnount of$850.52passed,thoughtsomethoughtthatthefigurewastoohigh.Adjournment 9:35 SUbmitted, aineBurgess,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'E>an'aco'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession12th Meeting October 23, 19851.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3. Approvalofagenda 4. Approvalofminutes 5. ExecutivereportsJulioGraciaDavid McNally 6. Finance ReportPeterDevine Offi"" of 'Vi",,-pruiJ"nt OswegoAgenda7.Announcement s andPublicConment8. Conmittee Reports Rules F1nance ElectionsStudentServicesSUNYAffairsConmunityRelationsOffCampusConmitteeSASUDelegate9. Old business bill26, 27, 30,31,3210.NewBusinessbill33, 34, 35Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Db'2 'F'24'2Go'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 12th MeetingOctober23,1985 of .. tOswegoMinutesThe Itth Meetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6: 00inMackin Complex. Therollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:AnthonyLaPinta,AlexFaulds, rJIario Dibono,BrianGoldman,JodiDriscoll,KenBogard,JimReilly,MikeSlotnicksallyAnnCronk,andDave Morgan. Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowing cahnges: Resolution5 wastakenonspecialorders,bill26 wastabledwithTerryKenealypickingupsponsorshipofit,bill27wastabled.TheMinuteswereapprovedwiththe change concerningthebusstop,theroadwas widenedforthemanytruckswhichfrequenttheUnion.EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGraciaWelcometoMackinwereIstartedout!!Concerning theMexicanRelief F'und hereoncampus-SenatorspleasereturnyourcanstotheS.A.officeassoonasposibleMon.atthelatest.-Julioisallowedtohaveonemissameala sEmester fromAuxiliaryServices.Havetodecideifwantthemoneyfromthemissamealtogo MexicoorstayaroundherewithorganizationsliketheUnitedWayorTheHeartAssociation,haveapproachedS.A.Concerning Daycarethereisabillinthepackettocomeupnextweek, wouldliketomake aconmittment,whatevertheamount.-PresidentofSASUishereshewillspeaklater.DavidMcNally -SenatenextweekOct23willbeatHome212HewittUnion.-DiscoveringtheSenateconmitteesareunproductive,lookinginto limiting thenumberofconmittees.ConmunityServicesismovingtothe BasEment oftheHewittUnion,wheretheywillhavemore roomforLiterscyVolunteersalongwiththeirotherprogramssuchasbigbrother,bigsister,adoptagrandparent.-ConcerningInterHallCouncilSpoketoChuck Weeks -can'tfigurewhenandwhyS.A.evergotdiredtlyenvolved.inthesemeetings(VicePres.inrecentpasthaschairedthe meetings.. Discussedthe problEms ofvacantseatsinthesenate ani the problEmS of fillingthEm -everyHallhasadifferentpolicyconcerningthismatter.-Concerningthetransferofmealcardsfortheuseinthe dining hallsDon'tdoit-itistheiftofservice-criminalact.!!!Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 12th MeetingOctober23,1985Office0/ CVice-prudent OswegoPage2 David McNallycontinued-StudentServices(FA)meetstomarrow8:30am.PiezHall-talkingaboutposiblityofnewcalender.Checkinginto"earlystart"tr1mesterplan and others.-PresidentProTernseatisopen-planon voting nextweek. NeedRulesandFinanceChairs,anyoneinterestedseeDavid.-ParentsWeekendthisweekendOct.18-20AllS.A.clubsandorganizationsareergedtohaveatableinlanigan haJ.1. S.A.willhaveatable,Signup.FinanceReportPeterDevine-Concerninglastweek'sdebateaboutPPBFineArts'series,PPBisbeing instructro onproperoperations and channelstogothrough.Budgetcouncilproceedingsseemtoberevamped,processistooslow.LookformoreonthissUbjctnextweek. The3%whichstaysoncampusofourSASUdueshasbeensetupintheaccounts.S.A.officerswillbemeetingwith furroughs Oct.18concerningaconputersystemforS.A.anyoneinterestedpleasecome 9:00am. -PeterDevinewillstepingdownshortly,JeffJoneswilltakeoverpositionofDirectorofFinance.Therewillbeanassistantdirectoroffinancepositionopen.WOCR-Generalmanager"WendyCobrda,.spokeaboutherorganization,theyarecurrentlyworkingwithGroup Wcable,couldbea wayofreachingoffcampusandmake money,whichwould comebacktoS.A.. ANNOUNCEMENTS ANDPUBLIC COMMENT Oct.22isS.A. Awarenessday.intheUnion.NextweekisCollegeNational Alcohol Awareness Week. COMMITIEE REPORTSRules-needsachairperson.Finance-needsachairperson.Electionsnoreport.StudentServicesnoreport.CommunityRelations-Discussedbill32concerningtheexchangedaywiththecity of'f'icials SASU-PresidentspokeexplainedwhatSASUisallaboutexplainedthisyear'spriorities. which areVoterreg.,Divestment,StudentActivitiesFeesLegilation,CampusSenateofatleast1/3students,Accesstoeducation, Donnatory selfsufficiency. ------------------Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126ph'2'E'21'2G9 '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 12thMeeting October23,1985 Office of tl.eCVice-prudent OswegoPage3OLDBUSINESSResolution5concerningS.A.'ssupportoftheCollegeAlcoholAwareness week wasbroughtuponspecialordersandpassedby avoteofacclamation.TheresolutionwillbesentbacktotheHallcouncilsaswellastohousing.ADJOURNlV1ENT7:20 RespectfUlly sUbmitted, ElaineBurgess,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversity College Senate21stLegislativeSession 13th Meeting October 30, 19851.Calltoorder2.RollCall3.Approvalofagenda4.Approvalofminutes 5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDaveMcNally 6.FinanceReportPeterDevine Office of CVice-presiJent atOswegoAgenda 7. Announcements andPublicCorrment8. CorrmitteeReportsRulesFinanceElectionsStudentServicesSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCorrmitteeSASUDelegate9. OldBusinessBill27, 33, 34,35,3610.NewBusiness 11. AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Db'115\2412'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate Office of 'Vice-p,esiJent OswegoStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 1th MeetingOctober30,1985The 11th Meetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:00.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:MichelleLehtonen,ChuckZlotkus,MarioDibono,JodiDriscoll, Jjm Rielly,MikeSlotnick,Dave Morgan,andBarryMaclaughlin.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowing changes: Bill26 waswithdrawn,Bill27 wastabled,JenniferCarey-sponsorshipofBill32 and Bill36 wasaddedtonewbusiness.Theminuteswereapprovedwiththechangeintheroll,beingthatBrianGoldman waspresentatthelastSenateMeeting-SorryBrian.EXECUTIVE'REPORTSJulioGracia-Please,thosewhostillhaveMexicanReliefCansoutpleasebringthemback.-NewPolicy,pleasetitleyourbillswhensubmittingthemforcrossreferencepurposes.-AlcoholAwarenessisthisweek,therewillbeprogrammingintheUnionThursday11-1andFriday11-2.-Nextyearisthe125thaniversaryofthisCollege,opento ideas forhowS.A.shouldgetinvolvedinthisevent.-ConcerningFacultyAssembly,Proposed change intheByLaws-gettingonestudentoneachcounciloftheF .A.inreturnoneFacultymemberwillsitoneachS.A.committee.ToddBeilappointedJulio'sassistant.Dave McNally DaveisconsideringthefateofourS.A.committeessincetheyarenotbeingutilizedastheyshould.Thecommitteesmayhavetobeconsolidatedorcompletelynewonesfonned.-AllSenatorsmakeanapponitmenttoseeDaveabout posi;oble objectivesforthecommittees.-FacultyAssembly'sStudent Services Councilpresented4calanderstotheassemblytodiscussandconsider,theadministrationwillmakethefinaldecissionsoon.Thereisalistofconcernstobeconsidered.-FacultyAssembly AcademicPolicesCouncil,Dave nowhasa voting seatonthisCouncil.FINANCE DEP AR'IlVIENT PeterDevine-S.A.AwarenessDay waspostponeduntilwegetabetterresponsefromRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126ph'2'5\20'orQ]

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2StudentAssociation Offic" of tl."'Vice-prcsiJ"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession l'3th MeetingOctober30,1985S.A.fundedclubs and organizations.Onlyabout25outofour80groupshadresponded.-TherewillbeasecondmandatoryS.A.treasurersmeetingOctober29th.-Bill35representssoonpossible changes inthebudgetprocesswhichshouldbeconsidered.-Bill36representsthelongawaitedmodularofficesystemforStudentAssocaition,Pleasetakeithomeandreadit.-General Manager of WIDP gaveashortrapabout 'IDP. Sharedsomeofthe ne\'J programsbeingworkedonsuchasTuesdaynightsintheTavernwith WIDP, SportsAvenue, and PreviewComedyShowstillintheworksPsychowillbeplayingnextweekaswillHalloweenII.Alsoshowingtheir fiJmsin theUnionatnoon t:imeforoffcampusstudents.ANNOUNCEMENTSAND PUBLICCOMMENTDanClark-ApplicationsforDan'spositionofOCTDirectorareduethisFriday.Signupsforthanksgivingbusesaregoingfast.Downtownbusterminalis closing soticketwillhavetopurchasesattheNewYorkDeliifyou'regettingondowntownorintheUnionifyourgettingonatCampus.PPB-FrioNov.1st"Witness"7&9:30 213H.U.,alsothe Nov 2nd,TuesNov5 "AndNowForSomethingDifferent"7& 9: 30 H.U.,Fri am. Sat.Nov.8&9"ReturnoftheJedi"7&9:30H.U.,Sun. Nov.lOthAmericanBalletComedydanceperformance 8pn Oswego High School-BusesleavingtheUnionstarting7:15.OLDBUSINESSBill31billforaS.A.ChristmasDinner (changed toHolidayDinner)withthemoneyforitpartlycomingoutoftheSurplusaccount,someofthemoneyoutoftheexecutiveaccounts,somepaidbytheindividual attem.ing thefunction.Somewereagainstthebillbutitdidpassbyavoteof19y,2n,la.Bill32 -Thisbillforthe exchange daydinnerpasseswithlittle discussiOn. Theamountswerechangedtoreflecta $ .50surchargefor having aopencashbar.Thetotalcameto$657.95.Clearlypassed.BrianGoldmanpickedupsponsorshipofbill35attheendofthemeeting,asdidKenBogardwithbills35and36.Adj ournment 7:30RespectfullySubmitted,ElaineBurgess,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126pbC 2'2'5\24'2Go'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity atSenate21stLegislativeSession 14thMeetin>:c November61985 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.RollCall3.Approval of' agenda4.Approval of' minutes5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDavidMcNally6.CommitteeReportsRules Finance ElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelationsSASUDelegate7.SnecialOrders8.UnfinishedBusinessBills27.33.34.369.NewBusiness10.AnnouncementsandPublicComment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pb'2'5\20'2G9'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of tl."'Vic,,-pmiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21thLegislativeSession 14:thMeeting November6.1985MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe Meetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6 05.VariousCityOf'ficialswerenresentforthe 2nd Communitv Exchange Day. TheSenateMeetingwasplannedaspartofthescheduledeventsof'theday.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent: Rielly, MikeSlotnick.Theagendawasapprovedwiththe ill1derstanding thatBusinesswouldnotbeconductedexceptResolution6whichwasonspecialorders.Businesswasnot conducted duetotheseatsintheSenatewhichhadbecomevacant,threeoff'campusseats.Theminuteswereapproved ill1changed. MikeWillis,ChairpersonofCommunityRelationsCommittee.thankedtheElk's271chapterandtheCityOfficialsfortheirinvolvmentinthe Exchange Day. Announcedthattherewouldbeasocial intheTavernforallconcernedaf'tertheSenateMeeting.HeintroducedTomHalpin,PresidentoftheCommon COill1cil,. whoexplainedthattheMayorcouldnotbenresentduetofamilyproblems.ChipVincentoftheElk's271chaptersaidafewwordsasdidDr VanShac.EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGraciaWordsofWelcome. TheS.A.vs.The OswegoniansoftballgameisscheduledforNov. 2at1:30atthefieldinfrontofShadyShore-SignupandPlay.-Presentedgiftstothe Aldermen andtheMayor (mayorgota Oswe[?'o sweatshirt.) Had Amy Csont.theS.A.DirectorofAcademicAf'fairssayafewwords. Amy Spokeofthepublicationheistryingtoputtogetherwhichwouldhelpstudentsin registering fortheirclasses,basicallyacourseevaluationpaper.Hehashopes of gettingtheball rolling bytheSpringSemester.AskedthatSenatorsvoteYesnextweekforthebillconcerningacademicevaluations.DavidMcNally Dave madeactingappointmentsforalltheS.A.standingcommitteeswhicharenowasfollows:Rules, H'inance, Elections,CommunityRelations and StudentServices.TheRulesCommittee wasappointedas f'ollows: MarianColis-Chairperson,JohnColella,JoannPalmer,ElvisRivera,ChuckZlotkus,MikeWillis.The F:inance Committee wasanpointedasfollows:TerryKenealy-Chairperson, Wendy Miller,MikeSlotnick.JoannPalmer,Ken fugard, BrianGoldmanandTony LaPinta.Davidwantsthesecommitteesallmeetingand ftmctioninQ' bynextweek.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Dbc'2'5120'2CO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession Illth MeetingNovember6 1985Offic" ofti,,,'1Iic,,-prud"nt OswegoPage2DavidMcNallycontinued-Davidalsoexplainedthatthereasonforeliminating Off' CampusCorrmitteeandSUNY Af'f'airs wasbecausebothseemtohaveoutlivedtheirusefulness. EDth werecreatedwhentherewere nostandingorganizationstotakecare of' thespecif'icareas.-ConcerningtheCalanderchoicesmost of' theresidencehallcouncilsseemtobefavoringthef'irstplanwhichistheearlystart.ThereseemstobesomeconcernfortheR.A. staf'f's andsummer jobs, thoughnottotheextentthatitwas thouo-ht. -StudentServicesCouncil of' F.A.meetsThurs.830aminPiezHall.FacultyAssemblvwillmeetMon.at3:00inLaniganHall.Lookoverthelegislationinthenacket f'or next meeting, we'vegotsomebig stuf'f' coming up, suchasthecomnutersYstem f'or S.A.etc.FINANCE REPORPPeterDevirie-DocSevernsonwas agreatsuccess.TheTraditionalProgramingwhichusually p::oes onattheend of' theSpringSemestersuchasDirtDayandtheSeniorClam Bakewillgoasscheduledas of' noweventthoughthedrinkingageis upinDec.-ConcerningthePub Crawl,thowrhtof'discontinuinQ: itbutthoughtbetter of'it, willcontinuetoruntheservice af'ter Dec.1andgaugetheuse of' theservice.-Thereisabillinthepacketto reorganize budgetcouncil,many don'tliketheduplication of' nrocesswhichexistsinthepresentsystem.Wanttotryandstreamlinethewholenrocess.S.A.f'inallyhastaxexemtpstatis f'or ourathelticsprograminthestatesofN .. J., Penn.Conn. -Thisislasttimetoaddresssenateasdirector of' "Fi'inance,Jef'f' .ToneswillbetakingoverasDirector of' "Fi'inance Nov.1.COMMITrEEREPORTSFinanceMeetinr:r at5:15onWednesdaybef'oretheSenateMeeting.StudentServicesrJIeeting 6:00Tues. ANNOUNCEMENTS ANDPUBLICCOMMENTKen EDgard -UAAislooking f'or board of' directorsapplicationsavailablein201CulkinHall.SkiClubMeeting104LaniganNov.4that7.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 14th MeetingNovember6,1985Page3PresentationofaPin f'rorn theComnonCounciltoJulioGracia.BUSINESSBecauseofthevacantseatsinthesenateoldbusiness was notconducted,Resolution6washeardbecauseitisaopinionofthebody,notlaw.TheresolutionthankingPeterDevineforhis hard. workanddedicationtotheStudentAssociationpassed by avoteofAcclamationmadebyTerryKenealy.Ken Bogard sooke totheresoution stating thatPeterisaclosepersonal f'riendand anillarofthestudentAssociation.AftertheResolutionnassedPeterThankedevervone,saidheenjoved.hist:imeasStudentAssociationDirector of' Finance. Ad.journrnent 6:55totheTavern. SU1::rnitted, Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phaso'2'5\21'260 '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-PresiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession 15th MeetingNovember 13, 1985 Agenda 1.Calltoorder2.RollCall3.ApprovalofAgenda 4.ApprovalofMinutes5.ExecutiveReportJulioGraciaDavidMcNally6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelationsSASUDelegate7. Specialorders8.Unfinishedbusinessbill 27,33, 34, 369.NewBusinessbill 37, Res 7, 810.AnnouncementsandPublic Conment 11.Adj ourrunent PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession15thMeetingNovember13,1985 Office of '1Iice-p,esiJent OswegoMinutesThe 14th Meetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:05.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:JeffZayicek,AlexFaulds,ElvisRivera, rob Stiendler,JenniferCarey,MarioDibono,BrianGoldman,ColleenMcHale, Jjm Riley,MikeSlotnickandSallyAnnCronk. TheagendawasapprovedwiththefollOWing changes: addressesfromSASUandJeffJones,DirectorofFinance,tobeheardbythebodywereputunderSpecialOrders,bill36wastabled,bill35was movedtounfinishedbusiness,bill27 wasstilltabled.TheminuteswereapprovedwiththeadditionthatJayButtonwasabsentlastweek (Oct.30thMeeting).EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGracia-Decidedthattheonemissamealofthesemester which hehasthepowertoapprovewillgototheUnitedWayofOswegoCounty.AnyonewhostillhasacanoutfromtheMexicanreliefpleasebringitin. -ConcerningthesoftballgameagainsttheOswegonianwewoneventhoughnotmanyshowedfortheStudentAssociation'sside.Hopetomakethesoftballgameanannualthing.-TheGrarrnn...Rudman Amendment apoeceoflegislationupinfrontoftheHouseofRepsoftheUScouldeffectmanyofthestudentswhoattendschoolhereandatotherinstitutions.ThisamendmentisafederaldeficitreductionplanwhichwouldcutprogramssuchasstudentFinancialAidsintheprocess.Thiswould,ifpassedeffect1986-87.Itwouldbringaboutsuchcutsas15%Pell,60% SEDG, StudentLoanswouldalsobeeffected.ToddBeilisworkingonapressconferenceconcerningthisissue.Thisconferenceisscheduledfor1:45November18thintheHewittUnionMainLounge.-ConcerningtheBusStop,Thereisacommitteebeing formed toinvestigatetheproblem.-ThereisaStudentSeatvavantintheFacultyAssembly,Juliowouldlikeitifafreshmanwouldfillthisposition.DavidMcNally ThefollOWingweresworninasSenators:PeterFabry,MichelleLehtonenandPeterDevine.The 2nd Annual Exchange Day wentwell,consideringtheattendancewasnotagood.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126ph'215\29'aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession15th Meeting November13,1985 Office of tI.e'lIice-preg;Jent OswegoPage2DavidMcNallycontinued-Concerningthepackets,yourboxisbelowyourname,pleasedon'ttakesomeoneelse's.-FacultyAssembly,Discussedthecalenders,theyeliminatedtwoofthethefourposibilitiesbydecidingtojustfinda remedyfornextyear.Thusthetwocalendersstillunderconsiderationaretheearlystart,and basJcly thesamecalenderwe have nowbutwithadayortwo moreof.TheFacultyAssemblywillmake areccommendationtotheDeanwho whowillmake areccommendationtoDr.Radley.Theearlystartwasvoteddownatfirst,butamotionwas madetoreconsider,whichpassedsotheyarebackwheretheystartedfornextmeeting.-Helpfulhintsforproductivecorrnnittees,forrulesgoovertheattendancerecords,5absencesisgroundsforremoval,lookintorewritingtheconstitutionconcerninghowtofillvacanciesintheSenate.Finance-thecommitteeneedsmembers, wouldliketoseesomereallygoodresearchonfinancialbillswithgoodrationaletotheSenate.ElectionsRun areferenduminthe spring to changethe constitution.StudentServices-pickgoalsandtasksandheadforthem,pastthingsincludePostOffice,thebusstops,theautomaticbanktellersintheunionetc.Getto lmow StudentServicesPeoplesuchasDeanWassenaar, Dining Services,The BookStore,lookintodormitoryselfsufficiency.CommunityRelationsnewletters,putoneout,resolutionsconcerningcomnunityissues,rotategoingtotowncommoncouncilmeetings,plancleanupdays-COMMITrEEREPORTSRules-Meetings Mon. at6,reportonbillsastheycomeup.Finance-WillReportonbillsastheycomeup.Elections-Meetingtonightafterthemeetingtodecideonameetingt:ime. CommunityRelationssameaselectionsStudentServicessameaselectionsSASU-USSAconferencein 'Eoston Nov.16,17,18anyoneinterestedseeDave McNally.SPECIALORDERSJeffJones-Burroughsrep.won'tbeupuntilnextweek. ISADinnertixareonsaleinchekcashingpricesare$3SA4NSANov16,Ballroom-NewAssistantFinanceDirectorisFrankAlloy.-QuestionsconcerningthecomputerbillseeJeff.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Pbase'2'5\20'2GO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversity College Senate21stLegilativeSession 15th MeetingNovember13,1985Page3SASUDannyWexler,VicePresidentofCampusAffairs,waspresenthadeachSenatorwritetoAlD'amatoconcerningconcernfortheGramn Rudman Arrnnendment.UNFINISHEDBUSINESSbill33rulespassedthebill,SponsorerJoannPalmersaidthatitisa goodbillweshouldallsupportit.PattiCoteyeildtoAndyCsont.Andyexplainedtheacademicevaluationsproject.SaidthatSunyAlbany, Binghamton, andCortlandtoname a fewalreadyhaveaacademicevaluationspUblications.Andyalsosaidthathehassentoutamemotothefacultyconcerningacademicevaluations,%80oftheresponsesfromthefacultywerepositive.Ken Pogard made amotiontotable,themotionwasseconded.Hesaidthatheisforthebillbutthereisnojobdiscriptionincluded,needanswerstoquestionssuchaswhoisthispersoninchargeofacademicevaluationresponsibleto.PeterDevineagreedwithKen'smotion.TerryKenealysaidthatthebillmentionsalotofconcernsbutnotwhatitwilldo.Hewasalsoinfavoroftabling.Questionwascalled,motionpassedbyvoteof18y;In,la,infavoroftablingbill33.Chairreccomrnendedthatrulesconmitteeworkonaposiblejobdiscription.bill34BillwastabledbySponsor.bill35ThisbillconcernedtherestructuringoftheStudentAssociation'sbudgetingprocess.Ken Pogard made some amendmentstothebill which werefrom4 membersofSenateoncouncilto6members,from4studentsatlargeto2studentsatlarge.Under #9thewordschedulewasomitted,under#10automaticallywasomitted,underobservationsrealseriouswasomitted.JayButtonwonderedwhy#10 wasincludedatall.Anotheramendment wastothe*Notewhichwas changed tothosemembersofthecouncilwhoaremembersofapartiCUlarorganization...PeterDevinesaidthathewrotethebillbecauseofthefeedbackhehadgottenfromorganizationsandSenatorsaboutthepresentbUdgetprocess.MikeWilliscalledthequestion.Billpassedby avoteof19Y,laAdjournment7:45RespectfullySubmitted, Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phose'2'5\00'2'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollege Senate21stLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember 20, 19851.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3. Approvalofagenda4.Approvalofminutes Offi"" of '1/;",,-p,,,s;J,,nt atOswego Agenda 5.Executive ReportsJulioGracia David McNally 6. Committee Reports Rules FinanceElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelationsSASUDelegate 7. SpecialOrders8.Unfinished Businessbill 36, 37, 38, res 7, 8 9.NewBusinessbill 39, 40, res9 10. AnnouncementsandPublicComment11.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession1 'Oth Meet ing November20,1985 Off;"" of CV;",,-pr"sid"nt OswegoMinutesThe 16th Meetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:05.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:Maheshsabhini,JohnColella,JenniferCarey,MarioDibono,JimRiley,MikeSlotnick.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bill36 was tabled,PeterDevinepickedupsponsorshipof36,bill27waswithdrawn,bill38 wasaddedtonewbusiness,PeterDevinepickedupsponsorshipofresolution7.Minuteswereapprovedwiththecorrectionofthenewassistantdirectoroffinance'sname Frank Aloi-Sorry Frank!E:xECUTIVEREPORTS JulioGraciaConcerning AuxiliaryServices,attheAS meeting the problen oftheillegaltransferofLD.swasbroughtup.Discussed going easyonfirst t:ime offenders,ifyouhavesomeoneelsesLd. and aretoldso,justtakethei.d.andwalkaway -don'tmake afuss.125aniversarycorrmitteemet.Discussedactivitiesetc.whichcouldtakeplaceincelebrationsuchafireworksoverthelagoon,bands,alsodiscussedgettingsomethingforeverystudentto remenber thel25thbysuchasabuttonorarulerorlicenseplateholders,suggestedbyTomLonnquist,or b1.IDlper stickers.Probablywillgoforthebuttons.ThemanageroftheASBookStorewillbepresentatnextweek'ssenatemeetingtodiscusswhytextbooksaresoexpensive.-Concerningbill35,Juliohassome changes hewouldliketosee in thecontentsofthebillbeforehewillsignit.Suchchangesare(1) having nostudentsatlargeonthebudgetcouncil,(2)havingnoassistantstothepresidentorVicePresidentonthebudgetcouncilacceptwhenfill1nginforthepres.orvicepres.-PressConferenceconcerningtheGrarrmRudmanActisNov.18that1:45,goingtohaveapanelofspeakersincludingDave McNally and Julioandarepfromthefinacialaidsoffice.TheNewFacultyAssemblyrep.isMelissaRogers,sheisafreshmanhereatOswego .. DavidMcNally -F.A.reccorrmendationfornextyearrScalenderisfortheearlystartcalender,classeswouldstartthelastweekinaugest,intersessionwouldbeshortenedbyoneweektoJan.20th.-ConcerningASallocatedprograrrmingfundstothePhonathon,andtotheSenior Challange -wantssuggestion.forsenior chall Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126 ange. phoR9'3'5'341369 '

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 10th MeetingNovember20,1985 O//ie" 0/ 'Vie,,-P,."s;'/""t OswegoPage2DavidMcNallycontinued-Packetswillbeavailablefromthesecretaryfromnowon,Tuesdaysafter12:00.-AppointedJackie Jolmson CommunityRelationschair.COMMITI'EEREPORTSRules-Heldameeting4outof7 memberswerepresent,have4senatorstoberemovedfromtheSenate,thisrequiresa2/3senatevoteonthemotion.MarianColismade amotiontoremove MikeSlotnickfromtheSenate,motionwasseconded,questionwascalled,removed byvoteof25y, on, oa.The same wasdonewith Mario Dibono,whowas removedbyavoteof25Y, On, Ga.JohnRileywas removed by avoteof24y,On,laoJenniferCarey-therewas amotiontoremoveher,butPeterDevineandBrianGoldmanspokeagainstthemotion,motionfailedbyvoteofOy,14n,lla.Finance-Willspeakonthebillsastheycomeup.Lookingformembers,anyoneinterestedseeTerryKenealy.Elections-SetadatesfortheSpringCampuselections,whichwillbemarch17&18,willseeabillshortly.StudentServices-MeetingSun,at7intheTavernabouttheTavern.CommunityRelations-Talkedabouttheturkeytrot,wouldliketoseeS.A.sponsorateam.ThisistheFirstSUNYOswegoTrottobenefitOswegoHospitalPediatrics.TrotissatNov. 23 lOam,registrationistil9amonthe23rd.SignupatHartHallDesknov.13-22,HartHallDeskphoneis4200.MikeWilliswantedsomeonetomake amotiontofundforateam$25plus$10forpUblicity.JackieJohnsonmade amotionfor $25, motionwaswithdrawnliketoseeifwecangetparticipantsbeforeallocatingthefunds.SASUDalegate-thereisaconferencethisweekendinBoston.Lotsofinfo.cominginabouttheGranRudmanactalsoDormSelfsufficiency-stopbyDaveMcNally'soffice.SPECIALORDERSHeldelcetionsforPresident Protem. JulioGracianominatedTerryKenealy,MarianColis,Ken Bogard, PeterDevinewerealsonominatedbutdeclined.MikewilliswasnominatedbyColleenMcHale -TerryKenealywaselectedbyavoteof15-8-2.UNFINISHEDBUSINESSBill33 -Rulessaiditwasfinewiththeinclusionoftheaddendum, KenBogardmade a amendmenttoarticle3addingperweek. AndyCsontexplainedthattheaddendumtothebillonthefacultyevaluationsstateswhatthedepartmentwilldo.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession l'5thMeeting November 1985Bill33continued.HopeSenatewillpassthebill.Juliosaidthatweasstudentsmust lmow whatwe'regettingintowhen signing upforacourse.Wearenotaskingfor f'unds acceptfortheDirectorofthedepartment.SomeonetoseetheprojectthroughafterIamoutofoffice.ThisiswhytheDepartmentofAcademicevaluationswas madeseparatefromthepresidentandexecutivebranch.Ken Eogard saidit was agreatidea.TerryKenealycalledthe butPeterDevineobjected.Petersaidhe'dliketoseethesalary JeffJonesexplainedthattheamountonthebillshouldreallybeatotalof$500.00for5 weeksthissemesterand15weeksinthe spring semester.Peter agreed. Billpassedby avoteof la.Bill34 ,Passed finance withthe changes toadjustforthe5 weeksleftinthefall semester whichthedirectorofacademicevaluationswouldbe foratotalallocationof$500.00.Billpassedby avoteof 3a. .ANNOUNCEMENTS AND PUBLICCOMMENTOCTwillannouncethedirectornextTues.UAA-isstill seeking memberstobeontheboardofdirectors.WOCR-Concerningthebillinthepacketbill38 WendyCobrdaexplainedthatalotoftheequipmentatthestationisinastateofdisrepair they need atrainedpersontofixtheirquipment-voteonthebillnextweek. ADJOURNMENT -7:35Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Rhono'3'5'2112691

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession17th Meeting December 1985Agenda1.Calltoorder2,Rollcall3.Approvalofagenda 4. Approvalofminutes 5. Executive ReportJulioGracia David McNally6.Committee Reports Rules Finance ElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelationsSASUDelegate7.SpecialOrders AldermenBillMercierandCommunityMembers8.Unfinished BusinessBill40, Res7&89.NewBusinessBill41, 43,4410. Announcements ani PublicComment11.AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 17thMeeting December 4, 1985 Offceof'1Iice-presiJent OswegoMinutesThe :lithMeeting ofthe21stLegislativeSession was calledtoorderat6:10.Theroll was takenwiththe following absent:KarenConey,PattiCote, Lehtonen,ChuckZlotkus,DanCannistraGSAseat.The following weresworninassenators: Amy Griffin, Earb Dansky,LisaWaldire.Theagenda was approvedasfollows:Bill37 -sponsorshipMikeWillisandJennieMeyers,Resolution7-PeterDevine,Resolution 8, JohnColella,Resolution9-BobStiendler,PeterDevine,Bill38 -ElvisRivera,Underspecialorders-bill 39, andpresentationbytheBurroughsCorepresentatives.Theminuteswereapprovedwiththe following changesandoradditions:Jef:fJones:took$1,423.00outo:fthe ManagementContingency Account:fortheS.A.InsurancePolicywhichhadincreased:from whathadbeenbudgeted:for. Executive ReportsJulioGracia-TwoSupremeCourtVacancieswere:filled: BarTy GreenbergandPatti Bomer. -Gramm Rudman Presscon:ferencewent well, Dec. 9, 1985itwillcometoavote.Concerning thebusstop,heldameetingsuggestionswerebroughtupsuchaslights,speedbumps,viewcameraintheunion.-GreatAmerican SmokeoutisThursday.-Missa MealisthisthursdayNov.21.-BrianGoldman-AlcoholPoliciesCommitteewillbelooking:fortwo new members:forthecommittee,theyare looking intothe:futureo:ftheCollegetavern.DavidMcNallyexplainedthattheTavernwillcloseasweknowita:fter 'I'banksgiving. A:fter 'I'banksgiving therewillbeexper:i.mentalprogram ing. -SASUOrganizing SeminarJan. 5,6,7,8, atSUNYPurchase, Legislating eminarinAlbanyFeb 26, 27, 28, March1.USSALobbyday March 14-17.Je:f:fJoneshandedoutthetenativeschedule:forbudget procedings:for the spring. Wouldliketoseesomeactiontakenonbill35soknows what :formattheproceedurewilltakeon.DavidMcNally -PassedoutDormSel:ficencyArticle:fromthePalTimes,suggestedthatStudentServiceskeepintouchwithChuck Weeksaboutdevelopements.Increaseswillvarybutcouldbeashighas$1750,wenowpay$1550 ayear.AcademicCouncilo:f F .A. looking intoputtingminimumgradepointaverageandcred:i..thourstakenoninterships.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Rhos?'3'5'2'2691

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 11thMeeting December4,1985DavidMcNallycontinued Office of tl.e'Vice-president OswegoPage2 -CollegeCouncil-VotedtosupportSUNYDivestment.DiscussedtheAlcoholAwarenessprogram.-Parents Weekeni -Therearenoreturningstudentstothecorecommitteefornextyear,next meeting willbeDec.11that3:30intheUnion,anyinterestedstudentsareergedtoattend.COMMITI'EEREPORTSRules-Allbillspassedalsohadgoodattendance,speakonbillsastheycomeup.Finance-Discussthebillsastheycomeup.Elections-Discussedtheposibilities ofholding onedayS.A.elections.StudentServices-Presentation-ElioftheCollegeStoreexplainedwhythebookscostsomuch.Heexplainedthatthebooksarehighinrelationshiptootherconsumerproducts.Tryingtocutcostsby selling moreusedbooksaprox.41%,averagecollegebookstoresellsabout8-10%usedbooks.Bookstoremakesabouta0-3%overallprofiteveryyear.theymakeabouta40%profitonsweats.AllprofitsgobacktoAuxiliaryServices.StudentServicesapprovedres.9onthetavernandtheWOCRbill,bill38.CommunityRelations-Hadpoorattendance.Talkedaboutgettinganewsletterouttothecampusabuottownstuffalsoa columninPal t:imes oncollegeissues.SargentTomRyanofOswegoPolice,a 1974graduateofOswegopresenttodicusswhatwillhappenafterthe age change.Hesaidthat21willbeenforcedvigorouslytherewillbeplainclothespeopleoutandabout.GoingtowatchGreekorganizations.UNFINISHEDBUSINESSBill36 Computer systEm forS.A.,passedrules and Finance.PeterDevinesaid looking atthe systEm foralong t:ime, bestsystemforourneeds,helpservethestudentsbetter.sallyAnnCronkquestionedthislargeofanexpenditure during atimewhentheStudentAssociationhassuchfinancialproblems.Shealsosaidshewouldliketoseeachoicein systEms. JeffJonessaid that thereisinfo.onallthesystemsthatwereconsidered.Davesaneagreedwithsallyinthathewantedanother system tocompare. TonyLaPintasaidthatalotoftimehasgoneintothisproject"oughttorespectthereccommendationofthe Finance Department,hopethebillpasses,hopesomeonecallsthequestion.TomLonnquist was worriedabouttheexpandibilityofthesystem,woulditbeenough.HeliketheideaofStudentAssociation moving intothe20thCenturythough.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateDecember4,1985 Page 3Bill36continuedTheBurroughsrep.explainedthatthesystemisexpandablebeyondthe6terminalsthroughsoftware.BrianGoldmansaidhe'dliketoseethebillsitanotherweek.JeffJonessaidthatiswouldbetwo weeksbecauseofThanksgiving,Letsvoteonthistonight.Mikewillissaidthathedidn'tsupportthebill,hesaidthatweshouldhavehadthesystemherefora wholedaysoastogooverthefinepointsofthesystem.JackieJohnson agreed withBrianGoldman in lettingthebillsitanotherweekortwo,alsowouldliketoseeanothersystem.TonyLaPintasaidhewouldliketoseethebillvotedon,wastingtime,letsdoitnow.Motiontotablewas madeandseconded.Votewas lOy(totable)l2n(nottotable)Motionforarollcallvote-accepted.Billpassed.lly,2n,6p,3a.Bill37,concerningaradioforSAVAC. Finance passedthebillwith50%comingfromAuxiliaryServices.Rulespassedthebill.WasexplainedthatAuxiliaryServiceswasnotapproachedthatinthepastradiosetc.havebeenfundedbyStudentAssociation.Billpassedbyvoteof2ly,On,Oa.Bill38,concerningWOCR,fundingtogetthestationoperatingproperly.JoanPaceexplainedthatthepresentequipmentis16yearsold.Financereccorrnnendedthatthebillpasswiththeomitanceofitems9and10ontheitemizationsheet.Alsochangedbroadcastequipmentto$700.StudentServiceswasforthebill.ElvisRiverasaid that theorganizationisastrongoneonthiscampus wouldliketoseethebillpass.BobStiendlersaidthatWOCRdeserveswhattheyare asking for. Amy Griffinsaidthatthissolutionisbetter thatnbuying newequipementalsothatWOCRhadalotofsupportpresentathesenatemeeting.ColleenMcHale made amotionforthefullamountof$8,525.00.Billpassedbyvoteofl8y,2a,On.Bill39concerningtheTurkeytrot,tosend5runnerstorepresentS.A. Davesailemadeanamendmentthatthemoney would gotothecauseevenifS.A.didn'tgettherunners-thiswasaccepted.Billpassedl8yOn, Oa.Resolution9concerningthefutureoftheTavern.ThisshowsthatstudentsareconcernedsaidBobStiendler.TomLonnquistsupportedtheresolution.TheResloutionwaspassedby avoteofacclamationwithcc'stoF.A.,A.S.Dr.Radleyandothers. ADJOURNMENT 10:15respectfullysubmitted, ElaineBurgess,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhOPA'3'5'311369 '

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of prudent StateUniersityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession18thMeeting December11,1985 Agenda1.CalltoOrder 2.RollCall3.Approvaloftheagenda 4. ApprovaloftheMinutes 5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDavid McNally 6. CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelationsSASUDelegate7.Specialorders Members oftheBPOEPresidentoftheSenate8.UnfinishedBusinessResolutions7&8,Bills41, 42, 43,44,45, 47(tabledfrom18thmtg) 9.NewBusiness10. AnnouncementsandPUblicComment11. AdjoUI1rIDlent Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phORO'3'5'3113601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 113th MeetingDecember11,1985 Office of tl.e'Vice-p,.e,,;Jent OswegoMinutesThe Meetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:05.TheRollwascalledwiththe following absent: Barry Maclaughlin,JoanPace,ChuckZlotkus,BobStiendler,JenniferCarey,ColleenMcHale, KenBogard,JayButton,DanCannistraandElvisRiverawithaproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bills45,4647wereaddedtonewbusinesswith47 going onspecialorders,Resolutions7&8 weretableuntiltheBPOEcouldbePresent,TerryKenealyandPeterDevinepickedupsponsorshipofbill40.Minuteswereapprovedwiththefollowing changes andcorrections:TerryKenealyreccommendedthatinthefuturecorrmitteereports pertaining tospecificbillsbelistedunderthecommittee'sreportratherthan unier theactualbill.MisspellingofBarbBogdanski'sname -SorryBarb!! REPORTSJulioGracia ,Weneedideasforthe125thaniversaryoftheCollege.PeterDevinesuggesteda newsignoutinfrontattheenterancetotheCollege,somethingmorecolorful than plainbrown. Tavern'spossiblefutureplanswouldincludean8-lOamcoffeehouse,10 -2pmarestuarant,2-7pmprivatefunctions-catering,7 lamsocialgathering ,notsurewhetheritwillbenewordryasofyet.-Appointed2peopletotheAtheleticadvisoryCommittee -JeffJones and FrankAloi.-SASUishavinga workshopJan.5-8.-Positionopenonthecampusparkingconmittee anyone interestedseeJulio.-Concerningtheceremoniescommittee,Theyare thinking ofeliminatingstudentspeakersatMayGraduation.-NewCommittee Forming, Dr,GrantoftheHealthCenter,wantstolookintohealthservicesforstudentsonthiscampus. -PositionstillopenontheStudentConductCommittee.DavidMcNally -ProgramfundrequestsareduetoAuxiliaryServicesby Dec.15thereisabout$51,000forspringprogramming. -WilliamR.TuckerScholarship,giving12awards,willbeavailablesoon.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociation 0ffi"" of tI."CVi",,-prudent Page2StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession18thMeetingDecember11,1985 -AuxiliaryServices Boardof' Directorsisconsideringapackage f'or meals f'or atheletes f'or overwinterbreakwhentheyhavetobeuphere. 'Ihe oneproposal was tabled, thought theydosupporttheidea.expectittocome upagainatthenext meeting. -AttendedtheProvost'sAdvisoryCouncilMeeting-it was adiscussionf'orum f'or problemsonCampus -theydiscussedoverloading of' classes.-TherewillbeaSenate Meeting nextweek,last of' thesemester.-Holiday Dmner willbeDec. 14at6: 30costis $ 5.Davewillnotbecomingbacknextsemester,therearesevenweekslef'tinhis term whenwegetback f'rorn break.Havetolookintotheoptions. COMMITrEES ElectionsHad ameeting,discussedads f'or theelectionsintheSpring,when downtotheoswegoniantoreserveanad f'or nextweek.Twobillsinthepacketconcerningelections. Conmtinity RelationsTheturkeytrotwentwell,hadabout70runners,madeabout$300.00 f'or theHospitaLWenttotheCollegeCorrnnunityRelationsMeetingdiscussedtheupcomingWinterFestivaLSPECIALORDERSBill47 Waivedrulesandf'inanceconmittees.JuliosaidthatthebuttonwillsayS.A.celebratesthe125th...,willbeamomento f'or students.TerryKenealysaidthathedidn'tlikespendingthislargeamamountwithoutmullingitover,saidwouldlikemoretimetoinvestigate.Tony LaPintasaidthatthebuttonswerea goodideabutgiventheS.A.'sf'inacialproblems,didn'tthinksouldspend$1500.00onbuttons.HealsosaidthatSenatehasbeenallocatingalot of' f'unds lately.AlexFauldssaidhe'dliketoseethebillsita week.Juliowantedtoseethebillpassrightaway sothatwecouldhavethebuttonstogiveoutatf'inalreg.intheSpring.TerryKenealymotionedtotable,itwasseconded.Billwastabledbyvote of' 16y,7n.UNFINISHEDBUSINESSBill40 Fundingof' theSpanishclub.Additionsweremadetothebill: f'or f'orOf'f'ice SUpplies-oneream of' paperat$4.95+2dittosmakingtherequestf'or$5.25.totalrequest being $306.35.MikeWillisandPeterDevinewere f'or thebill.Jeff'Jonessaidtheclubhadbeenf'undedinthepast.Billpassedbyvote of' 19Y,On,3a.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation 0ffi.,eofti,e'Vi.,e-presiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession18thMeetingDecember11,1985ANNOUNCEMENTS.ANDPUBLIC COIVllVlENT Page3PresidentoftheSenateSigmaGammawillbeholdingtheUsed BookSalenextsemester-sosaveyourbooksandgetabetterdeal.Dec.11,isaFestivalChoralConcertinWatermanTheatre.DavidMcNally The Oswegoniandoesn'talwaysshow atruepicture of' whatgoesonaSenatemeetings.Thingsarenotgettingout.We'vegotogetoutandtellpeoplecausethepaperjustdoesn'tdoit f'or us.ConcerningtheMediacenter,theprojectshouldbecompletedoverintersession. ADJOURNMENT 7:05 .i.. tted, 1'\=f?,"--" ineBurgess, Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Rhone'2'5'21'2601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeat Oswl;:clfic" of 'lJiwpr"siJ"nt Senate21stLegislativeSession lcgth Meeting February 5, 1986Agenda1.Calltoorder2.RollCall3.ApprovaloftheAgenda 4. Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDavid McNally 6. CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelationsSASUDelegate7.SpecialOrders8.UnfinishedbusinessBills 42, 43,449.NewBusinessresolution10 10.AnnounCEmentsandpublicComment11. AdjournmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeat of tl."'Vie-pmd"nt Senate 71.stLegislative Session MeetingFebuary5,1986PresidentoftheSenateMinutesThe J8th Meetingofthe21stLegislativeSession was calledtoorderat6:10.Theagenda was approvedasfollows:bills45,46,47weretakenoffthetable,bills42,43,44weretabled.TheMinuteswereapprovedas was. Roll was takenwiththefollowingabsent:AmyGriffin, Pete Devine,ParbBogdanski,SallyAnne Crohk, JackieJohnson,Colleen JermiferCarey,Bob Steirrller, ElvisRivera,ChuckZlotkUs,AlexFaulds,MichelleLehtonen,DanCannistraGSA,andJayButtonFA.EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGracia-PeopleareneededfortheS.A.BudgetCouncilinFebuary86.TheTavernwillbeasfollowsnext sEmester: 8-10ambakery,102pn restuaranttotaketheplaceofupstairs,2-7catering, 7-11pn studentcenter-thisistentative.DavidMcNally -ACalanderCorrrnitteeisbeingformedintheFA. TheGrammRudmanActispresentlyontheSenateFloor.-Concerningthe acadEmic PoliciesCounciloftheFA,theyarelookingintoprogramof ":informations sciencewhichwouldincorporatethecorrrnunicationsdepartment am thecomputersciencedepartment,thisprogramisa way downtheroad.Alsoconsidering changing therequirEmentsforgettingainternship. These reqUirEmentswouldincludea minimumof75credithoursandagradepointaverageofatleasta2.5.40%oftheinternsthisyearwould makethesereqUirements.-ConcerningAuxiliaryServices,Themotionforsportsmealsoverinter sessjon which was tabledlastweekhada newproposal this week.ASaloted$6030.00forthesportsmealsplUStransportation.Themealswerenotfundedforonweekends.COMMI'ITEEREPORTSRules-Allbills am resolutionstobevotedonpassed(res7,8bills41,45,46,47)Finance-No Formal report.ElectionsThe corrmitteehasmadeplansforelectionposters.RSVPwillmanthevotingbooths agam thisyear.Thecorrrnitteeisintheprocessofgettingthevotingmachines.StudentServices-Noreport.CommunityRelations-BillMercierspokeaboutthe problEm attheforksoftheroad.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126phOg?'3'5'3413601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate AssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession HthMeeting Febuary 5, 1986Page2Bill rJIercier saidthatthe problEm istheworstithaseverbeen. EnforcEment willbeuppedinthearea.AskedSenatorsto this infonnation backtotheirdormcouncilsetc.SpecialOrdersResolution 7, concerningthankingMayorCahill and theCorrnnonCouncilfor their effortsduringtheCollege Commun:i.ty exchangepassedbevoteofacclamation.KenBogardandTerryKenealysponsoredtheresolution.Resolution 8,thanking theBPOEfortheirhelp in makingtheExchange85'asuccesspassedbyavoteofacclamation,sponsoredbytheSenateasabody.:LIJnfinishedBus:messBill41 -Thisbillwasbasedonbill35ofthissessionwhichwas VE'IDD bythepresident.Thisbillpassed in bothrules and Financecommittees.Thedifferencesbetweenthisbillandbill35areasfollows:The bUdgetofagivenorganizationwillgotothesenateevenwhenthegroupandthecouncilhaveagreedonthefinances,Therewillbenostudentsatlarge,Therew nl benoassistantstothepresidentorvicepresidentonthecouncilacceptwhen fillingin fortheabsentpresidentorvicepres:ident.Amendments madeonthefloorincludedunderletterBunderobservationsPresidentandVicepresidentbeclarifiedasS.A.Presidentandvicepresident.KenBogardmovedthequestion.Billpassedbyvoteof17, 0, O.QUARUM LOWERED'ID 15Bill45-Thisbillconcerningthespecificsofthe1986S,A.electionswaspassedinrules.Thebillpassedbyavoteof17, 0, O.ThisbillprovidesforaonedayspringelectionsinceStPatrick'sDayisthe17th.Bill46 -Thisbillwas abackupforbill45ifitdidnotpass.Since Bill 45didpass,Bill46 was with::lrawn.Bill47-Thisbillcameofthetableformtheweekbefore'sbusiness.Thisbillconcernedthe125thAnniversaryButtonsforallS.A.payingstudentshereattheCollegeduringthisanniversaryyear. Joann Palmerspokeinfavorofthebill saymg itwas aworthwhileproject,asdidPattiCote.Billpassedbyavoteof14, 0, O.PUBLIC COMMENT Strawpollvotewastakenaboutwhereanartist'sseriesinthefutureshouldbeheld.Resultwastohave50%attheHighschool50%atWaterman.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Rhone'3'5' 3113691

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3StudentAssociationOJIIfI Cl!'YJ IStateUniversityCollegeat Oswegc/;c0thv;c-rr;dnt Senate21stLegislativeSession MeetingFebruary5,1986 MERRYCHRIS'lMA.S EVERYONE-TreatthetownIspeopleasiftheywereyourownparents. Adjournment7:20.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone'315'3112691



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TUDENTSSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of tI,,,CVice-pr"g;j"nt stateUniversityCollegeatoswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay8,1985Bill23PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheGayandLesbianAlliance(GALA)desirestorelocatetheirofficeintheHewittUnionfromupstairsintheHewittUniontothebasementoftheHewittUnion,andWHEREAS,GALAwouldliketohaveconstructioncompletedduringtheSummer,andWHEREAS,GALA,withinitspresentbudget,hasallbutanominalamount,whichwillbeneededforconstructionmaterials,andWHEREAS,Atransferof$45totheirbudgetwillallowthemtopurchasethenecessaryconstructionmaterials,thereforeBeitenacted,bytheStudentAssociationSenatethatthesumof$45betransferredfromcontingencyAccount#914toGALAOfficeRelocationExpensesAccount#799,tobesetupuponpassageofthisbill.SUBMITTEDBY:RichardFeldman,Theasurer,TheGayandLesbianAllianceSPONSOREDBY:WITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126'099'3'5'3113601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation 0ffic" of CVic,,-pr"";j",,t StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay8,1985Bill24PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheS.A.passedbill84inthe20thLegislativeSessionallocating$10,229.00fortheconstructionofanastronomyobservatorytohousea12.5inchreflectingtelescope,andWHEREAS,Thisallocationwassufficienttofundforonehalfoftheproposedproject,and,WHEREAS,TheprojectwaspresentedtoAuxiliaryServicesinanefforttohavethemfundtheotherhalfoftheproposedproject,andWHEREAS,AuxiliaryServices,althoughgenerallysupportiveoftheproposedproject,wasforcedtodeclinefundingduetoSUNYCentralindicatingitisnotwithinAuxiliaryService'sboundstofundaprojectofthisnature,andWHEREAS,Therationaleforthisprojectwaspresentedinbill84ofthe20thLegislativeSession,andWHEREAS,Bill84passedbyavoteofl6y,In,la,indicatingoverwhelmingsupportoftheproject,andWHEREAS,InthespirittocontinueS.A.'ssupportoftheprojectthatwillbenefitstudents,faculty,andcommunityalike,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateuniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego,that$10,229.00beallocatedfromsurplusAccount#99tofundthecompleteobservatoryprojectasdescribedandsupportedinbill84ofthe20thLegislativeSession.BeitfurtherenactedthatAuxiliaryServiceswillbeappproachedtodonatethelandneededtoconstructthisobservatory.BeitfurtherenactedthatshouldAuxiliaryServicesrefusetodonatetheneededland,theprojectwillbewithdrawnandbill84ofthe20thLegislativeSessionandthisbill24ofthe21stLegislativeSessionwillbecome void.KoomHeWIUnionOswego,NewYork13126phone'3'5'2013601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill24Beitfurtherenactedthatonthefinishedobservatoryaplaguebeplaced.indicatingtheproject"isaproductofthestudentsS.A.fee".SUBMITTED BY:RobertGhosioJr.SPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickTerryKenealyWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'2'5\an'aGQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession7thMeeting Qpptember 18,1985 Office of 'lIice-presiJent OswegoBill25 WHEREAS, ThecontinuationofprovidingTheUnitedPressInterationalNewsWireService,throughourstudentradiostationWOCRisinthebestinterestsoffurtheringthegoalsofWOCR,and. WHEREAS, Recentlyreceivedinvoicesreflecta10%increaseinthecostoftheUPINewsService,andWHEREAS,This10%priceincreasewasnotbudgetedforatthe time offinalbudgetratificationfortheFiscalyear1985-1986,and. WHEREAS, Totakeadvantageoftheeducationaldiscount,thisbillwaspaidbeforeSeptember1st,whichcausedthisaccounttogointothered,and WHEREAS, Atransferisnownecessaryto bring thisaccount(WOCRNews)outofthered,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenatethatthe stun of$415.00betransferredfrom Management ContingencyAccount #916toWOCRNewsAccount #586 uponpassageofthisbill. SUPMITl'ED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:KenBogardTerryKenealy SENATEACTIONPassedbyvoteof23y,On,OaDATE PRESFNrED'ill. PRESIDENT October 1,1985,Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhaRO'315\3012601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession9thMeetingOctober2,1985 of OswegoBill26 WHEREAS, ItistheStudentAssociationSenate'sresponsiblitytooverseeitsfinancialexpendituresandinvestments,and. WHEREAS, TheStudentAssociationisnowand has beena memberoftheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversity(SASU),and WHEREAS, Thismembership has beenbroughtintoquestion,inrecentyears,forthefollowingreasons:1.TheOrganizationIsbudgetaryprocess2. Thescopeandrealmoftheirtrueeffectivenessoncampusesandonissues3.Theabilityoftheorganizationtoretain,transferand.corrmunicate infonnation effectively,oratall4.Concernovertheorganization'sabilitytokeepitselfstable,withregardstopersonnel,executiveofficers,andvariouscaucuses(particularlyThirdWorldCaucus),andWHEREAS,Theseproblems areriot new,andcontinuetoplaguetheorganization,and WHEREAS, Thismember, has forthreeyears,continuedtomakesuggestionstothisorganizationinordertohelpthemsolvesomeoftheseproblems,and WHERES, Tothisdate,noevidenceofanymajorchange has becomeapparent,and. WHEREAS, TheStudentAssociation,withits own financialproblems,cannotaffordtogiveanymorefundingperstudent(presentmembershipratesare$4.00perfulltimestudent),and WHEREAS, TheStudentAssociationalsobelievesthatsomeprogresscanbemadeinotherareasthatdonotrequiregreatsumsofmoney(i.e.personnel,caucusworkstability,officerretainment),and WHEREAS, Againthese changes havenotbeenapparent,nordotheylook 1 ketheywillhappeninthe.future,and WHEREAS, Thiscampuscouldbetterutilizethe funds, whichinthesumtotal$21,100.00,thatarepresentlygiventoSASU,and WHEREAS, Thiscampuswillnotbe srnt-<:Jff, totheissuesarisingthatwilleffectstudents,dueto being a ofSASU,andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation 0ffic of CVic-prs;dnt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession9thMeetingOctober2,1985PresidentoftheSenateBill26pg.2 WHEREAS, Thiscampushasproveninthepasttobeself-sufficientintheareasofgatheringsupportofstudents,organizing,petitioning,etc...,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego, removeitselfasa memberfromSASUThisprocesswouldentailthestopageofquarterlypaymentsmadetoSASUfortherestofthisbody'sbudgetaryyear. StJBVJITIED BY:RobertGhosioJr.SPONSOREDBY:TerryKenealySENATEACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phone'3'5'34' 3601

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SSOCIATION .. ',PresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate21stLegislativeSessionlOthMeeting October9,1985Bill27 WHEREAS, TheStudentAssociationSenateinthe20thLegislativeSessionestabl:!shedperbill78thepositionoftheDirectorofPersonnel ara Affirmativeaction,and WHEREAS, ThisPosition,althoughverybroadlydefinedinitsjobresponsibilities,wasestablishedwithastipendof$800.00, andWHEREAS,TheOfficialpaperwork involovedforourbookkeepertosetup aseparateaccounttopaythispositionhasnevertakenplace,and WHEREAS, Aseparateaccountinthebudget needstobeestablished,thereforeinkeepingwiththefiguresofbill78,Beitenactedthatthesumof$800.00betransferredfrom Contingency Account#917toAccount #766,DirectorofPersonnelandAffirmativeActionSalaryAccount, uponpassageofthisbill. SUHVlI'ITED BY:PeterDeVine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:TerrenceKenealySENAm'ACTIONWithdrawnRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic.. of .... pmiJ.. ntStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober9,1985Bill28,.PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheprocessofallocatingStudentActivityfeestoclubsundertheProgram Fundlinehasbeen completed,aftermanyhoursofresearchanddebate,thereforeBeitenacted bytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheallocationsfor1985-86 Program Fundclubsbeasfollows:Anthopo1ogy Club Biology Club Chernestry Club ComputerScienceDelSarteEconomics Club French ClubFutureEntrenuersGeology Club German ClubHistoryClubItalianClub JewishStudentUnionJugglingClub Karate ClubYogaClub Meteorology Club Newnan Club Tech. Education Assoc. O.W.L.S. Outing Club Philosophy ClubPoliticalScienceClub Pre-LawSocietyRussian Club SynchronizedSwimWeightTrainingTOTALRoom205HewittUnion $ 197.20 $ 202.00 $ 245.00 $ 128.15 $ 101.15 $ 155.40 $ 317.00 $ 92.95 $ 200.55 $ 105.00 $ 154.00 $ 189.40 $ 315.00 $ 5.55$1375.00 $ 412.50 $ 222.20 $ 83.15 $ 160.00 $ 459.28 $ 63.35 $ 127.75 $ 307.75 $ 218.95 $ 370.00 $ 706.20 $1235.00Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober9,1985 Office of 'lIice-p'esiJent Osweg6Bill28page2Therefore,BeitenatedthatstartingallocationsforclubsincludedundertheProgramFundatthistimetotalupto$8,149.48 and beallocatedasstated. SUBMITI'ED BY:PeterDevine,Directorof Finance SPONSOREDBY:Lynn Chadwick,Chairperson,Program Fund BudgetConmittee ,-'"-5 ITreSlent .:c7Z"YHOPALLOF.:e'T.. SENATEACTIONClearlyPassedentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober18,1985\ \ Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126RhORO'3'5'313601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober9,1985OswegoBill29WHEREAS,TheProgramFund BudgetallocationshavebeenenumeratedasstatedinBill28, am WHEREAS,Thisallocationfigureencompassesonlythoseclubswhichare,atthepresentmoment,listedasactive, am fundedProgramClubs, am WHEREAS,Therewillundoubtedlybeadditionalclubstocomeforthforfunding, am a mechanismmustbeestablishedtoprovideforcontingencyfundsforsuchclubs, am WHEREAS,TheestablishmentoftheProgramFundContingencyAccounthastraditionallybeenthemeanstoaccomplishthis,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenatethat850.82beallocatedfortheestablishmentoftheProgramFundClubContingencyAccounttobesetup:iupanpassageofthisbill. SUBVlI'ITED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY: Lyrm Chadwick,Chairperson,ProgramFundBudgetCommitteeSENA'IEACTIONClearlyPassed DA'IE PRESENTEDWPRESIDENTOctober18,1985Room205HewittUnion yPresidentOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenateOctober11,1985 Officlt of 'Vic.. pr....;J.. ntOswegoMotionmadeonSenatefloor WHEREAS, S.A.fundedClubs underutilize theirofficesuppliesline,and W'HEREAS, Thecurrentguidelines($10 first event,$1 secon:l event,and$5thirdeventandeacheventafter)hasprovedtobeaninefficientandinflexiblebasisforallocatingthesefunds,and WHEREAS, Intherecentbudgetcouncilproceedingsithasbeenfoundthatamoreefficientandaccurateallocationoffundscanbebasedonthe following 1.)levelofactivity2.)actualcost3.)pastspendingtherefore,BeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoherebyabolishestheofficesupplyequationasabasisforclubbudgeting. SUPMI'ITED BYTHE PROGRAMMING FUNDBUDGETCOUNCILSENATEACTIONMotionClearlyPassedDate Presentedt6President October18,1985Room205HewittUnionJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Rhoca'3'5'31]3501

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenateOctober11,1985 Office of tt.eCVice-'PresiJent OswegoMotion rrade onSenatefloor BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoSenatethatwesupportthePPBFineArtsComnitteeintheirFineArtsSeriestobeheldthisyearatSUNYOswego.SENATEACTION12y,On,6a,2pDATEPRESENTED 'ill PRESIDENTOctober18,1985JulioGracia,S.A.President DateSignedbyPresidertt Stipulation:That anyorganizationgothroughS.A.Financebefortheyexecutefundingofalargemagnitude. The Senatewillnotcondone paymentoffundstoanyorganizationwhodoesnotfollowS.A.guidelines.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhO?A'3'5' 341360'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober18,1985Officeof ti,el!icepresiJent OswegoBill30 DayCareWHEREAS,The DayCareProposalfortheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegohasbeenacceptedbySUNYformostofthe funding requested, and WHEREAS,Notallofthefundingfor equipnent hasbeenacceptedbythe "Empire StateDayCareUmbrellaCorporation", andWHEREAS, Therefore,additionalsourcesof funiing tomakeuptheshortfall($7000)arenotavailablefromthestate, andWHEREAS, ThereareS.A.studentswhocanbenefitfromsuchadaycarecenter,andtherefore,S.A.shouldassistinthiseffort, amWHEREAS, S.A.shouldcontributea one-tfule grantforstart-upfundingforplaygroundandotherprogram equipnent notavailablefromthestate,therefore,Beitenactedthatthesumof$4,000betransferredfromSurplusAccount#99toAccount# '2.2., DayCareContributionAccount,uponpassageofthisbill.S.A.willbeprovidedwithacompletefinancialrecordofhowthisgrantisutilized. SUEMITI'ED BY:JulioGracia,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerSENATEACTIONClearlyPassedDATEPRESENTED 'ill PRESIDENTOctober30,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober 18., 1985 Offi<:" of '1Ii<:,,-pruiJ""t OswegoBill31S.A. HOlidayDinner v..JHEREAS, TheStudentAssociationshouldencourageallofitsclubs,organizationsanddepartmentsto -mrk togetheranddevelopstrongerrelationships, am WHEREAS,Holidaysareatimeofyearthatcanhelptosymbolizethis,and WHEREAS, TheStudentAssociationshoulddosomethingtogether,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$700.00betransferredfromSurplusAccount#99toAccount# 725, ChristmasDinnerAccount,uponpassageofthisbill.ThisamountwillcoverpartoftheexpensesoftheChristmasDinner(about for200peopleSenators, S.A.stafftworepresentativesfromeachorganization.)TheExecutivebranchwillcoverpartofit.Acostof$4.50willbechargedtoeachperson.TheChristmasDinnerwillbeheldintheHewittUnionRestaurant,whichisreservedforDecember14,saturday,6:OOpm. SUEMI'ITED BY:JulioGracia,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerSENA'IEACTIONPassedbyvoteof19Y,2n,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober30,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offi"" of ti,,,ttJice-pr"giJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober18,1985Bill32PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,The enhancementofCollege-CommunityrelationsisagoaloftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,DinnerwillprovideanopportunityformembersoftheStudentAssociationandtheCityCommunityOfficialstomeetandinteract,and WHEREAS, ThisdinneraspartofExchange Day 1985willculminatetheexchangeactivitiesofExchange Day85,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof $ 657.95betransferredfromSurplus AccoUnt .#99toCollege Cormnmity RelationsAccount #726' Thefinancialbreakdownisasfollows:102personat$6.45,fordinner 95.Ifallofthesemoniesarenotexpendedthenalsobeit enac:ted thattheremaining ftmds betransferredbackto Surplus Account#99 SUBMITIED BY:MikeWillis,Chairperson,CollegeConmunityRelationsCommunitySPONSOREDBY:JenniferCarey SENA'IE ACTIONClearlyPassed DA'IE PRESENTED'TOPRESIDENTOctober30,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phage1315'341369'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober23, 1985Bill33 Departmentof AcadEmic Evaluations WHEREAS, Studentsarenowfacingtheinjusticeofaneightday,coursedropdate,and WHEREAS, Studentsarenow facing theinjusticeofhavingonlysevenextradaysforwithdrawalfromcourseperiod,which means aIlW Ilontheirtransscript,and WHEREAS, Studentsarenowfacingtheinjusticeofrepeatingacourse, wr.d.le still keeping thepreviousgradesofrepeatedcoursesnoticeableontheirtranscript S', and WHEREAS, StudentshaveonlyfourrepresentativesonFaculty ASSEmbly, and WHEREAS, Studentshaveverylittlerecourseagainstineffectiveclasses.,and WHEREAS, Studentsarepayingfortheireducationandshouldevaluatewhattheyarereceivingandexamine whattheycanpotentiallyreceive,and WHEREAS, TheStudentAssociationshouldprotectthesestudentsinterests,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociation,DepartmentofAcademicEvaluationsbeestablishedtomonitorandevaluateallcoursespresentedatthiscollege. SUEMI'ITED BY:AndrewJ.CsontJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerPattiCoteRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhOPR(315\30J369'

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SSOCIATION AddendumtoBill 33C haJtteJt60JtThe VepaJttment06AQademiQ OfficeofthePresident AJttiQle 1 NamedepaJttmentbeknowntheVepaJttment06AQademiQ06thestudent06thestate06NewYoJtkatAJttiQle206QollegehavetheJtighttoaQtivelypaJttiQipateinupgJtadingtheiJteduQationalexpeJtienQe.pay60Jtand JteQeive aQademiQandaJtetheJte60JteentitledtopJtoteQtandevaluateVepaJttmentwillQonduQtthatwillpJtovidea60JtuminwhiQhQan60Jtmally and ob jeQtivelytheiJtopinionaboutthee66eQ06thetheyhaveattended.60JtumwillpJtovidein60JtmationwhiQhQanwhenwhiQhtheywantinupQomingAJttiQle 3 SeQtion A: ViJteQtoJt 1. The ViJteQtoJtbeinQhaJtge06Jteview, andimplementation06apJtotoQoltobeinevaluatingThe ViJteQtoJtJteviewthePJtotoQol andmethodologyon ayeaJtlytoThe ViJteQtoJtatoQolleQtandevaluatedata,withtheultimategoal06publiQationandtothe body. 2. The ViJteQtoJtwilla minimum06ten066iQeinthe S.A. wee 3. SalaJty: $750.001$25.00 peJtaQademiQ week066alland 4. The ViJteQtoJtbeappointedbythe S.A. 5. The ViJteQtoJtgiveamonthlyJte poJtttothe S.A. Senate. Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresident6. Thewillhelpthepopulation. 7. TheabudgettobeatBudqet 4 Agenda Thethe06evaluationtwiceOneintheFallthe datatheOneinthetheFalldatatheFallExample: 1986 '" datacollectedatend00the 1986 Fall 1) data 1986 pubZ) datacollectedatend00the 1987 ...1) data 1986 Fall Z) datacollectedatend06theCqcle Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Assoc:iation Of[;"" of CVi",,-pru;jent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession13thMeet ing October 23, 1985PresidentoftheSenateBill33SENA'IEACTION23y,On,laDAmPRESENTEJ) 'ill PRESIDENTNovember15,1985 resident .z:.sONEY'1lJ"PJ2D7E'C"'/ Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Ph09A m 5\341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation 0ffiell of 'Viec-prcsiJcnt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession13th !l1eeting October23,1985PresidentoftheSenateBill34PayScaleforDirectoroftheDepartmentofAcademicEvaluations WHEREAS, ThedutyoftheDirectorofAcademicEvaluationsistosupervisethecompleteproduction am disseminationofacourseevaluationguideforstudents, amWHEREAS, Thisshouldbeastipendedposition.,thereforeBeitenactedthattheDirectoroftheDepartmentofAcademicEvaluationsbepaidasalaryof$25.00per weekofthefall amspring semesters.(/5 )weeksinfall,15weeksinspring, $5GO.00 total.)Beitenactedthatthesumof 50,0.00 betransferredfromcontingencyaccount#917toaccount# 7Z7, DirectorofAcademicEvaluationsAccount.(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.) SUBVIITI'ED BY:JulioGracia,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY: Joann PalmerPattiCoteSENATEACTIONl8y,In,3aDATEPRESENTED 'ill. PRESIDENTNovember15,1985 thattheamountisthisfall. 4IDor".CeB..AAMk..,::-#1tOo Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhORA'3'5'3413601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate21stLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober 23, 1985 Offieil of tI'il'lIieil-prilsiJilnt atOswego WHEREAS,w'HEREAS, Bill35BudgetCouncilProceduresTheprocesswhichisumergoneeach year toappropiatestudentactivityfeesforspecificuses in theoverall budget, (knownasbudgetcouncil)hasprovedtobetremendously t:ime consuming am involvesunnecessaryduplication,andTheoccurrenceoftheprocessofmakingupourbudgetforthefisc-alyearwhichis upcoming traditionallytakesplace during February amMarch, a t:imewhichisusuallyhecticforbothS.A.officers,S.A.Senators,andrepresentativesoftheS.A.organizations,and W1lliREAS, Itshouldbeourgoaltostreamlinethisprocess,whilestill providing foracomprehensive,andfiscallyresponsiblereviewofbudgetappropriations, ani WHEREAS,AproposedscheduleofproceedingstopreparefortheBudgetCouncilisrequiredperSenatelegislationpassedduringthee20thlegislativesession,and WHEREAS, Thefollowingisaproposedoutlineoftheproceedings,taking into.accgunt goaltostreamlinetheprocess:A.Present Procedure 1.OrganizationssubnitbudgetrequeststotheBudgetCouncil.2. BudgetCouncilschedulesweeksofhearings am hearsorganizations'budgetrequest.3.BudgetCouncilformulatesmunericalreccommendationsandpreparesrationale.4. After completionofhearingallorganizations'budgetrequests',BudgetCouncil releasesrtumerical reccommendationstoorganizationsandorganizationsarescheduledtoappearinfrontoftheSenate.5.SenateconductsseconiarybudgethearingsandreceivesreccommendationsfromtheBudget Council.6.Senatemakesfinalappropraitions, ani abottomlinebudgetisreccommendedtonewSenate.7.S.A.President&SUNYCOPresidentapprovebudgetandauthorizetobeginnewfiscalyearisgranted.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phoge'3'5'30J369'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSeante21stLegislativeSession13thMeet ing October 1985 Offie" of 'Vie"-PresiJ"n tOswegoBill35ObservationsItisthefeelingofthesutmitterofthis and many thatthisprocessismuchtoo andinvolvesunnecessaryduplicationsintheSenateBudget Hearings; the following ispresentedasan:improvrnenttothebudgetsettingprocess.B. TheproposciJ.toM6difyBtldget Setting Process 1.Expandtheeffortsofrecruitingalargerbudget tobecomposedof:1DirectorofFinance-chairperson2AssistantDirectorsofFinance1 S.A.President1S.A.VicePresident2S.A.Assistantstopresident and vicepresident 6membersoftheS.A.Senate2 membersoftheundergraduatestudentbodynotincludedabove1AssistantdirectorofFinace whQ won't butwillbethe budgetcouncilsecretary 15MembersoftheCouncilwithvotingseats1ex-officemember Keepitodd mnnberedsodirectorofFinancecandecideintheeventofatie.2.3. 4.5.6.7.8.9.RecruitingeffortsshouldbegininNovemberbyannouncingthatsuchpositionsare available"ani bymakingapplicationstobeonthebudgetcouncilavailable.ApplicationsforpotentialBudgetCouncilmembers wouldbereceived.ApotentialslateofBudgetCouncilmembers wouldbepresentedtotheSenatetoratifybeforeBudgetCouncilbegins.OrganizationswouldsubmitbudgetrequeststotheBudget and bescheduledforhearingsinfrontoftheBudgetCouncil.TheBudgetCouncilwould corouct bUdgethearings.Afterthehearingalltheorganizations'budget thecouncilwouldrelease bOth theirnumericalreccommendations and theirrationaletotheorganizationswhoappliedforfunding.OrganizationswhohaveagrievancewiththeirreccommendationsfromtheBudgetCouncilwouldbegivena5schoolday"grievanceperiod"inwhichtheywouldsutmitwrittengrievancestotheDirestorof inwhichtheywouldexplainthereasonswhytheydisagreewiththereccommendationsfromthecouncil.TheDirector inconjunctionwiththePresidentoftheSenatewould'scheduleSenatehearingsforthoseorganizationswhohavefiled grievances.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phORA'3'5\31360'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill35page3StudentAssociation Office of '1Jice-president StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober23.,198510.Thoseorganizationswhodonotsubmitwrittengrievanceswouldbeassumedtobesatisfiedwiththeirbudgetreccorrnnendations,andassuchwouldhave their budgetappropriations "ratifiedbytheSenate.11.After comucting Senategrievancehearings,theS.A.SenatewouldbepresentedwithabottomlinebillfortheoverallbUdgetfortheupcomingfiscalyear.12.The S.A.PresidentandtheSUNYCOPresidentwouldapprovethefiscalbudgetforthenewfiscalyear.ObservationsTheaboveprocedurewouldstreamlinetheprocessconsiderably,byavoidingunnecessaryduplicationduringthebUdgetsettingprocess.Therequirementtosubmitwrittengrievanceswouldalsotendtodiscouragethoseorganizationswhodonothave"grievancesfrom slowing theprocess down, andwouldalsotendtoexpresstheseriousnessofthecomprehensivebUdgetsettingprocess.WewouldundoUbtedlybecreatingmorepressureontheBudgetCounciltomeet t:ime constraintsinreleasingreccorrnnendationsandrationaletotheS.A.organizations,butthiswouldbemorethanoffsetbythetotalamountof t:ime savedinwrappinguptheentireprocedure.*Note-thosemembersoftheCouncilwho "\ll'e members ,of_ a"particularorganizationwhoappearsin l'ront ofthecouncilfor funding wouldberequiredtoabstainfromvotingforthatparticularorganization'sbudgetrequest. WHEREAS, TheenactmentofsucharemodificationofthebUdgetsettingprocesswouldaidconsiderablyinourgoaltostreamlinethebUdgetarysetting process, thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNew York, CollegeatOswegothattheseproceduresexplainedabovewouldsupercedepreViouslegislationcorrespondingtothecompositionandproceduralguidelinesoftheBudgetCouncilandtheoverallbUdgetsettingprocessandwouldbeineffectstartinginthepresentfiscal year, 1985-1986. SUEMITI'ED BY:Peter Devine, S.A.DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:BrianGoldman Ken BogardRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phORO'3'5\31' 3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 4Bill35Date Signed byPresidentJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentSenate Action Passed byvoteof19y,la,OnDatePresentedtoPresidentNovember15 1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhOg?'3'5\313601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober23,1985Bill#36PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS:basedontherealizationthattheStudentAssociation'sfinancialdataprocessingandinformationstorageandretrievalneedswerenotbeingadequatelymetatthepresenttime,theStudentAssociationhasbeenengaginginafeasibilityanalysisfortheacquistionofacomputerizedintegratedofficesystem,and,WHEREAS:thisprocessbeganyearsagowiththecollectiveeffortstodocumentpresentoperationalprocedures,andtheirstrengthsandweaknesses,aswellasformulatingananalysisofourdataprocessingneeds,and,WHEREAS:overthepastcoupleofyears,variousvendorshavebeenapproachedwiththenotionofdeterminingourneeds,andformulatingproposalsbasedona"userfriendly,multi-workstationmodularbusinesssystem",and,WHEREAS:it isgenerallyfeltthatsUchanacquisition ofacomputerizedmodularbusinesssystemwillgreatlyincreaseoureffectivenessinmaintainingbudgetperformance,inmonitoringvariousaccountingfunctions,inadvancingourdataprocessingabilities,and,ingeneral,byincreasingourorganizationalabilitiestogather,classify,andinterpretdataefficiently,therebyincreasingthevitalservicefunction,whichtheStudentAssocaitionperformsasthesupervisorybodyforallSAfundedorganizationsandclubs,and,WHEREAS:theproposalwhichtheStudentAssociationisendorsingtomeetourautomateddataprocessingneedswellintothenextdecadeisonewhichhasbeenpresentedbytheBurroughsCorporation,andtheirproposedsystemoffersthefollowingadvantages: THE BURROUGHSB-25 SERIES" MODULARBUSINESS SYSTEM:1)itprovidesforanorganized,andmuch,muchfastermeansofprocessing,storing,andretrievingofinformation,therebyincreasingouremployee'sproductivityandoverallorganizationaleffectiveness.2)itisamulti-user,user-friendlyclusternetworksystemsomorethanoneusercanbeinputingandextractingdataatanygiventime.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phonA'3'5) 341369'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONComputerProposalPage2October23,1985PresidentoftheSenate3)itprovidesforfuturegrowthbyintegratingamodularbasedsystem,whichmeansthatfuturecomponentsmaybeeasilyaddediftheAssociation'sneedsexpandinfutureyears.4)itprovidesfortheability to makeimmediateinquiriesintosuchvitalthingsas:-accountbalances-accounthistory-crossreferencingdata-payrollinformation-supplierhistories-budgetperformance-miscellaneousclassificationsTherebyincreasingourabilitytoeffectivelymanageandinterpretoperationalinformation.5)itwilldecreasesuchpresentcostsbyresultinginlowerpapercosts,(i.e.theeliminationofledgercardscosts),lowermaintenancecosts,and eventuallyenableustominimizepayrollcostsbyperformingourpayrollservicesinternally,asopposedtoutilizingoutsidecompaniessuchasADP, EAS,etc..6)Burroughshasanexcellentresponsetimerecordforequipmentservicing.Inaddition,acomprehensivetrainingperiodisbeingplanned,andBurroughsalsohasatoll-free"hotline"whichcanansweranyquestionsabouttheirsoftware/and/orhardware.7)Partofthesystem'ssoftwareconcernswordprocessing.Withtheintegrationofthewordprocessingmodule,variousthingssuchasmailinglists,Senatelegislativehistory,SenateandBudgetCouncilminutes,etc.,canallbeputonthecomputertobeeasilyretrievedwhenneeded.8)Eachindividualworkstationcanformulatetheirownindividual word processing"libraries"byincorporatingtheuseofthefloppydisks.Inaddition,passwordsmaybeputonthesystemtopreventunauthorizedaccesstodatafiles.9)Thesystemisverycompactandtakesupsuprisinglylittle abledeskandofficespace.Thesystem'scapabilitiesaresuchthatadditionalequipmentcanbeinstalledataminimumofeffort.10)Thesystem'swiringschematicswillenablejackstobeinstalledintheSenateLoom,and,assuchthesystemmayverywellbeableRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phaRO'3'5'3413601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONComputerProposalPage3October23,1985PresidentoftheSenatetobeusedforSenatemeetingsandmeetingsoftheBudgetCouncil,andthingsofthisnature.11)Thesystemitselfisuserfriendly.Allofthesoftwareis"menudriven",whichmeansthata"menu",orchoiceofoptionsappearsonthescreeneverytimeyouwishtodosomething.Allauserhastodoischoosea"menu",andtherearestep-by-stepinstructionsguidingausertoexactlywhathe/shedesirestodo.12)Thesystemautomaticallyupdatessuchvitalfilesas:-accountspayable-accountsreceivable-budget-to-dateperformance-accountbalances-purchaseorderoutstandinglist13)Thesystemenablesthebookkeepertopayaccountspayableinvoicesinaline-by-linefashion,intotoal,orclusteredtogetherasagroup.14)Thesystemhasafeaturewhichprovidesformaximumuseofharddiskstoragespace,byutilizingadiskbackupfeature,whichincreasestheefficiencyoffilemanagementinputingandoutputtingoperations.15)ThesystemisanallencompassingBurroughssystem.Allthehardware,software,andsupportingservicesisdirectlyfromBurroughsCorporation.Assuch,ifthereareanyproblemswithanyaspectofthesystemthereisnothirdpartytohavetodealwith.Ifthereisaproblem,yousimplyhavetocallBurroughs,andtheirlocalsupportdepartmentwilltakeimmediateactiontorectifytheproblem.OTHERPOSITIVEASPECTSTOTHESYSTEM1)ThesystemiscompatiblewiththeBurroughssystempresentlyinusebytheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego.Assuch,thereexiststremendouspotentialtotieinourcomputerwiththedatabanksoftheadministration'scomputers,andexchangevaluableinformation.(Thisisalong-termconcept,ofcourse).2)FurtherprogrammingmayverywellbedonebyComputerSciencestudentsonaninternshipbasis.SuchprogrammingmayinvolvesuchapplicationasMulti-planorVisi-Calcclassificatoryprogramming(whichwillenableustokeeptrackofsuchthingsas Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONComputerProposalPage4October23,1985PresidentoftheSenatephonecosts,postagecosts,electioncosts,etc.,etc.,thepossibilitiesareendless.)3)Thesystemitselfisverycost-efficient.Thetotalpackage,whichismuchmoreautomatedandadvancedthanourpresentsystemwhichwaspurchasedalmost10yearsago,isroughlydoublethecostofthesystemwepurchasedin1975.Thisisanextremelyfavorablecostcomparisoninlightofinflationandadvancesinthecomputerindustry.4)Thesystemhasrelativelyendlessapplication.Suchapplicationsas:-Senatelegislativeactions-LegalAidsresearch-Check-Cashingactivities-Oswegonianincomeanalysis-Inventorylistingandcontrol-RefundsofSAfeesforstudentteachers-SUNYResearch-CommunicationwithotherSUNYschoolsareallpossible,anddefinitelyintheforeseeablefuture.5)Thesystemwillgreatlyassistinourauditingproceduresanddailyaccountingfunctions,therebydecreasingtheworkloadofourauditorsaccountingstaff.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phORe'3'6'34J3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONComputerProposalPage5October23,1985COSTSOFTHESYSTEMPresidentoftheSenate7,554.28$15,697.15A)Hardware1)B25MasterComputertoinclude:768KBMemory PrinterInterface40MBDisk2)B25ClusterMicro-Computerstoinclude:512KBMemoryDisplay/KeyboardCabling3)1Burroughs200cpsletterQualityPrinter3,285.72 TOTAL HARDWARE$26,537.15(beforeeducationaldiscount)B)Software1)BudgetaryAccountingPackage2)WordProcessingPackage3)OperatingSystemPackageTOTALSOFTWARE(before3,821.43714.29428.57$4,964.29educationaldiscount)C)AnnualSoftwareSupportforSoftware1)includesBurroughsCorp.updatesandimprovements2)includestoll-free"hot-line"TOTALSOFTWARESUPPORT$445.00D)AnnualMaintenanceforHardware-includesannualservicecontracttorunforperiodofoneyearafter90daywarrantyperiodexpiresTOTALANNUALMAINTENANCEFORHARDWARE$2,177.00E)EducationandTraining-includescomprehensiveeducationalandtrainingsessionsbyspecializedBurroughsCorp.representatives(-basedon4completedaysofinitialtraining)-includesoperationalmanualsandtroubleshootingmanuals-includespreparatorytransitionarymaterialstotranscribeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONComputerProposalPage6October23,1985PresidentoftheSenatepastandpresentactivityandinformationtoupdatedmodularofficesystemTOTALEDUCATIONANDTRAINING $2,280.00F)PaperandSupplies-estimatedat$1,200.00whichincludesstockpaper,initialletterheadandprintingcosts,floppydisks,andstoragecabinet'formastercomputerTOTALESTIMATEFORPAPERANDSUPPLIESTOTALPACKAGEPROPOSAL LESS 30%EDUCATIONALDISCOUNTONHARDWAREANDSOFTWARENETPACKAGEPRICE*Note:OptionalSoftware(notincludedabove)a)Multiplan=$' 250.00 b)Payroll=$2,675.00$1,200.00$37,603.449,450.44$28,153.00Summary:Theacquisitionofsuchanautomatedcomputerizedmodularofficesystemis,withoutquestion,inthebestinterestsoftheStudentAssociation.Itwillenableustoorganizeouractivitiesandsupervisoryfunctionsmuchmoreefficiently,thereforeservingourstudentsbetter.Theapplicationswhichappearpossibleinthefuturearerelativelyendless,andtremendouseducationalopportunitiesexistforstudentstobecomeinvolvedinfutureprogramimplementationofthesystem.Inaddition,wearequitesatisfiedthatBurroughsisacompanywhounderstandsourneeds,andiswillingtoserveusinanywaythey can beofassistance.ThefactthatthecollegeisutilizingaBurroughssystemalsoisafactorinourchoiceofaBurroughssystem.Again,thepossibilitiesoftyingintothecollege'sdatabasearealsotobeconsidered..Inconclusion,IwouldnothesitatetostatethattheacquisitionofsuchasystemisinthebestshortandlongterminterestsoftheStudentAssociation,enablingustobetteraccomplishourmaintask,thatis,servingthestudentsofSUNY-Oswegobetter.Therefore,BeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegoauthorizethetransferof$28,153.00fromSurplusAccount#99,toTheComputerSystemPurchaseandImplementationAccount#747tobesetupuponpassage 6f thisRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phoge'3'5'34136

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateComputerProposalPage7October23,1985bill.(ItshouldalsobeunderstoodthattheSenatewillbeinformedofthedevelopmentsinthelongprocessofautomatingtheStudentAssociationofficeatregularintervals.)Submittedby:Sponsoredby:PeterDevine,RetiringSADirectorofFinanceJeffJones,IncomingSADirectorofFinanceKen B::>gard PeterDevineSENATEACTIONPassedbyRollcallsee17thmeeting minutes 11y, 2n,6p, 3a DatePresentedto President December 4, 1985Room205HewittUnionJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDate Signed byPresidentOswego.NewYork13126PhOne'3'5'31360'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember13,1985 Offi"" of CVi",,-pr"";j",,t OswegoBill37S.A.V.A.C.Radio WHEREAS, TheStudentAssociationrecognizestheneedfortheStudentAssociationVolunteerAmbulanceCorp.,and WHEREAS, Inordertobeamoreefficientandresponsiveorganization,theyneedtoenhancetheirpresentconnnunications system, and WHEREAS, Inordertobeamoreproductiveorganizationandtoservethestudentsofthiscampus,thestaff, and theOswego Connnunity,theyneedtobeinservice24hoursaday.Inordertobeservice24hoursadaytheyneedadispatcheronduty,otherwisetheyswitchalloftheircallsovertoOswegofirecontrolwhothenrespondsthemselves,increasingtheresponset.:imeconsiderablycomparedtotheresponset.:imeifSAVACwouldbeinservice,and WHEREAS, Iftheypurchaseacombinationportable/mobiletwowayradioconnnunicationsystem;forthepurposeofproperdispatchingthroughFireControlwhen aSAVACdispatcherisnotonduty,thentheycouldbeinservice24hours,whichmeansfullserviceforthemoneywefundtoSAVAC.,thereforeBeitenactedthat$2,018.00betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount#91 5toSAVACRadio/CommunicationsAccount#tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.(totalradiopriceis$1,943.00,installationcharge$75.00) SUBVII'ITED BY:JohnP.ColellaSPONSOREDBY:MikeWillisJennieMeyersSENATEACTION21y,On,OaDatePresented topresident November25,1985Room205HewittUnionYork13126Rhona'215\ao'2691

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SSOCIATIONBill37ObservationsPresidentoftheSenate1.SAVACisdispatchedbytheOswegoCounty Fire Controldispatcher,whenwedonothaveadispatcheronduty.2.SAVACisalertedby Fire Controlonafrequencyof46.10.3.SAVACcurrentlyhasone(1)lowpowerportablereceivingunitforthereceptionofthe46.10mhzalertingfrequency.4.SAVACiscurrentlydispatchedbyFireControlonanAmbulancetohospitalfrequencyof155.340mhz.5.OnlyoneotherambulanceserviceintheCountyisdispatchedon155.340mhz.6.155.340mhzisusedforhospitalnotifications am itisoftentoobusytocontact Fire Control.7.155.340mhzisahighbandfrequency,anditisoftendifficulttotransmitandreceivemessages.8.Mostambulanceservicesaredispatchedonalowbandfrequencyof45.92mhz.9.Transmissionson45.92mhzarereceivedbetterthanthoseon155.340.10.Therearelesstransmissionsmadeon45.92mhzthroughouttheCounty.11.Iftherewas adisasteroncampus,therespondingfirerescueapparatuswillbecoordinatingoneither46.10or45.92mhz.12.Itisdifficulttoreceivethe46.10mhzalertingtransmissionwiththeequipmentwepresentlyhaveandoccasionallymutualaidtothecityAmbulanceisenacted.13. Fire Coordinator,Homer Bownan Jr.hassuggestedthatSAVACaquirearadiowithtransmissionandreceptioncapabilitieson45.92mhzand46.10mhzbecauseoftheaforementionedjustification.14.Lockedintheplaceintheambulance,theradiowillactasamobileunitforthereceptionofthealertingtransmission,andtheproperdispatchingthrough Fire Control.15.Asaportableunit,theradioactsasareceiverforthealertingtransmissioninhardtoreachareasofcampus,anditalsoactsasaconmunicationslinkwith respoming emergencyapparatustothesceneofthedisasteronoroffcampus.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phane'3'5)30'369 '

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TUDENT SSOCIATION..PresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember 1985Offie .. of tI...'l/ie.. -pr .."iJ.. ntOswegoBill38WOCRRadioRepairs WHEREAS, thecollegecampusstudentrunradiostationhasbeentraditionallyanextremelyactiveandsuccessfulStudentAssociationsponsored and WHEREAS WOCRhasrecentlymadesignificantprogresswhichprovidesforthepossibilityofwiderandmorepowerful"broadcasting"capabilities(viacampuscable)reachingeveryroomandbuildingoncampus and WOCRwill"broadcast"inOswegoandothertownsincludedinthelocalcablecompany's namelyGroup followingapendingverbalcontractforcarriagebysuchcompany(otherbiddersmaybeconsideredaswell) and WHEREAS WOCRhasexpensivebroadcast equipnent providedbytheStudentAssociationforactual"broadcast"transmissionwarrentsserviceofastationengineerforconstantmaintenance,and WOCRhascontracted experiencedengineerfor andinstructiontostudentengineersofservice,and The necessaryservicesoftheengineerwillcost$100.00/day(thisistheeducationalfeechargedbycontractedengineer) and Foroperatingpurposesofthestationduringtheengineering a minimumsumof 000isrequiredforobtainingstandardelectronichardwarenecessaryfor basicstation thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociation forengineer $100.00/dayX25 Broadcasthardware.. TOTAL intoWOCRISIVlaintenanceLine#597fromStudentAssociationAccount#99.Beit further enactedthatthefollowingbeaddedtotheabovetotal:1.Completetoolkit(99SIVIByX-Cellite)andcompletesolderingstationat$200.002.Dualtraceoscilloscopeat$600.003.Microphones(Shure SM 585@$164.00/eachtotalof$820.004.Cables(Shure)$100.00Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126PhOPA'3'5)3413691

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill38Page25.TestTapesOne(1)ToneSequence $ 50.00One(1) "Pink Noiseft $ 50.00One(1)ReeltoReeltesttape$50.006.MikeMixer-remote(shureM267)@$440.007.VoltOHMMeter@$100.008.NewsupplyofPrewoundcarts$500.009.TASCAM32Twotrack10.5reels$995.0010. 'IDA RS-21Mseveninchcubemonitors $ 120.00TOTAL$4,025.00Thislistincludestest equipnent, replacement equipnent andtapesforproduction.AllpricesarequotedfromNovember1985BoyntonCatalogasreccommendedbythecontractedengineer,Vincent Mangiamelli. Allintotal$8,525.00SENATEACTION18y,2a,On DatePresented to the presidentDecember4,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phOne'3'5'301369'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession17th Meeting November 1985Bill39TurkeyTrot1985 TheStudentAssociationisalways seeking positive an:i AgroupofstudentsfromHartHallhaveorganizedafivekilometerbenefit and Monies fromthisrunwillexclusivlybenefittheOswegoHospital'sPediatricsUnit and Thisrunwillprovidepositivepublicityforthe and :improve community Beitenactedthatthe SlUIl of$25.00betransferredfrom Contingency Account #917toCommunityRelationsAccount #tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.BeitfurtherenactedThatthesemonieswillsponsora maxilUIl of5 S.A.runnersintherace(eachracer$5.00) and intheeventthatall furdsallocrated arenotexpendedthatthebalancebereturnedtotheContingencyAccountfromwhichitcame. SUBMI'ITED BY:MikeWillisSPONSOREDBY:PattiCoteElvisRiveraRobSteindler*Billamendedonsenate floor -thatmoney gotothecauseevenifS.A.doesnothavethe5runners.SENATEACTION OaJulio S.A.President Datepresented toPresidentNovember 1985DateSignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember 20, 1985 Office of CVice-pre5iJent OswegoBill40SpanishClub Funding WHEREAS, TheProgram Fund Continency AccountwasestablishedbyBill28ofthisLegislativeSession, aniWHEREAS, Themain purposeofthisaccountistoprovidea meansfor funding clubswhich haveorganizedtheiractivitiesafterbudgethearingshavepassed,and WHEREAS, TheSpanishClubhasnoworganizeditsactivitiesfortheremainderoftheacademicyearandwishestopresentthefollowingbudgetrequestinhopethattheSenatewillgrantthenecessary funding, and WHEREAS, ThefollowingisalistofthescheduledactivitieswhichtheSpanishClubhasplanned: Event 1An everdng ofGuitar and PoetryinSpanish.Honorarium-$50.00forEugenic Gonzalo Honorarium-$50.00forStellaMenaut Event 2 MusicoftheAndes Honorarium-$50.00 x4misicians=$200.00 GeneraloperatingExpencesPostage-$1.10OfficeSupplies-5.25 'IDTal 306.35therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenate,thattheSum transferredform Program Fund Contingency Account #918toSpanishClub Account # tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill. SUPMITIED BY: SPONSOEED BY:JeffJones,DirectorofFinanceTerryKenealyPeterDevineRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126phORa'315'3013601

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SSOCIATIONBill40page2PresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTION 19Y3On3 3aDatePresentedtoPresidentDecember 103 1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126 '0 Phone'315'30'360'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationstateDniversityCollegeat ofJl/hJ of 'Vice-presiJent Senate21stLegislativeSession18th Meeting December4,1985Bill41BudgetCouncilProceduresRestructuredPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS,Theprocesswhichis uniergone eachyeartoappropiatestudentactivityfeesforspecificuses in theoverallbUdget,(knownasbudgetcouncil)hasprovedtobetremendouslytimeconsuming and involvesunnecessaryduplication,andTheoccurranceoftheprocessof maklng upourbudgetforthefiscalyearwhichisupcomingtraditionallytakesplaceduringFebruary and March, atimewhichisusuallyhecticforbothSAofficers,SASenators, and representativesoftheSAorganizations, and WHEREAS,itshouldbeourgoaltostreamlinethisprocess,whilestillprOVidingforacomprehensive, and fiscallyresponsiblereviewofbudgetappropriations, and WHEREAS, A proposedscheduleofproceedingstoprepareforthebudgetcouncilisrequiredpersenatelegislationpassed during the20thlegislativeSession, and WHEREAS,ThefollowingisaproposedoutLineoftheproceedings, taklng intoaccount,thegoaltostreamlinetheprocess:A. PreserttPr6cedure 1.Organizationssubmitbudgetrequeststothebudgetcouncil.2.Budgetcouncilschedulesweeksofhearings and hearsorganizations'budgetrequests.3.Budgetcouncil numericalreccommendationsandpreparesrationale.4.Aftercompletionof hearing allorganizations'budgetrequests,budgetcouncilreleasesnumerical reccommendatjons toorganizations and organizationsarescheduledtoappearinfrontoftheSenatE.5.Senateconductssecondarybudgethearings and receivesreccommendationsfromthebudgetcouncil.6.Senatemakesfinalappropiations,andabottomlinebudgetisreccommendedtothenewsenate.7.S.A.President&SONYCOPresidentapprovebudgetandauthorizetobeginnewfiscalyearisgranted.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSessionBillPresidentoftheSenatepage2ObservationsThefollowingispresentedasanimprovementtothebudgetsettingprocess.B.RevisionstotheBUdgetSettingProcess1.BUdgetCouncilshallbecomposedof:(1)DirectorofFinance-chairperson-votesonlyincaseofatievotebytheothermembers.(2)AssistantDirectorsofFinance(1)Presidentorhisdesignee(SA)(1)Vice-Presidentorhisdesignee(SA)(8)Senators(1)AssistantDirectorofFinance-doesnotvote,butisbudgetCouncilsecretary. ----_.-.----13votingseats 1non-votingseat2.InNovember,thePresidentwillannouncetotheSenatethattheBudgetCouncilseatsareopentoallSenators,andwillcollectalistofcandidates.3.CandidateswillbereviewedbythePresidentinconsulationwiththeDirectorofFinance.4.AppointmentstoBudgetCouncilwillbemadebythePresidentandreviewedbytheSenate,(aprocessinaccordancewiththeS.A.Constitution).5.BUdgetCouncilwillcallforbUdgetrequestsfromtheS.A.organizations.6.OrganizationswillsubmitbUdgetrequeststoBudgetCouncilandbescheduledforhearingsinfrontoftheCouncil.7.TheBudgetCouncilwillconductbudgethearings.8.Afterhearingallbudgetrequests,theCouncilwillRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone '215\241269 '

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SSOCIATIONBillstudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSessionreleaseboththeirnumericalrecommendationsandtheirrationaletotheorganizationswhoappliedforfunding.PresidentoftheSenatepage3(9)OrganizationswhodisagreewiththeBudgetCouncilrecommendationshavetherighttorequesta"SenateReview"oftheirproposedallocations,atwhichtheywillpresenttheirargumentsandthepointsofdisagreement.Todothis,theorganizationmustsubmitawritten"SenateReviewRequest"(aformavailablefromtheDirectorof Finartce) totheDirectorofFinance, Within fiveacademicdaysofBudgetCouncil'sreleaseoftheirrecommendations.The"SenateReviewRequest" must-explain thereasonswhytheorganizationdisagreeswiththerecommendationsfromtheBUdgetCouncil.(lO)TheDirectorofFinance,inconjunctionwiththeVice-President,willschedulesenatehearingsforthoseorganizationswhohavefiledfor"SenateReview".(ll)Thoseorganizationswhodonotsubmitwritten"SenateReviewRequests",willbeconsideredsatisfiedwiththeirbudgetrecommendations.(12)TheDirectorofFinancewillpresentareportaboutthebudgetsofeachorganizationtotheSenate.TheSenatewilldecidetomodifytheseornot.TheSenatewillthenbepresentedabottomlinebillfortheoverallbudgetoftheupcomingfiscalyear.TheSenatewilldecidetoratificationornot.(13)TheentirebUdgetfortheupcomingfiscalyearwillbepresentedtotheS.A.President.ThePresident decideonsigningthebudget,(aprocessinaccordancewiththeprocedureforlegislation).Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Rhoce'315}3012691 ,'-_

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSessionBillPresidentoftheSenatepage4(14)ThebudgetwillbepresentedtothePresidentoftheCollegeforapproval.(15)TheBudgetthenbecomesofficialfortheupcomingfiscalyear.ObservationsTheaboveprocedurewouldstreamlinetheprocessconsiderably,byavoidingunnecessaryduplicationduringthebudgetsettingprocess.Therequirementtosubmitwrittenargumentswouldalsotendtodiscouragethoseorganizationswhodonothaverealseriousgrievancesfromslowingtheprocessdown,andwouldalsotendtoexpresstheseriousnessofthecomprehensivebudgetsettingprocess.WewouldundoubtedlybecreatingmorepressureontheBudgetCounciltomeetconstraintsinreleasingrecommendationsandrationaletotheS.A.organizations,butthiswouldbemorethanoffsetbythetotalamountoftimesavedinwrappinguptheentireprocedure.WHEREAS,TheenactmentofsucharemodificationofthebUdgetsettingprocesswouldaidconsiderablyinourgoaltostreamlinethebudgetarysettingprocess,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegothattheseproceduresexplainedabovewouldsupercedepreviouslegislationcorrespondingtothecompositionandproceduralguidelinesoftheBudgetCouncilandtheoverallbudgetsettingprocessandwouldbein effect startinginthepresent fiscal year,1985-1986.SUBMITTED BY:JulioGracia,President(BasedonBill#35,assubmittedbyPeterDevine,andsponsoredbyBrianGoldmanandKenBogard)SPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerPattiCoteRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill41page5SENATEACTIONPassedbyvoteof17,0, 0 Date Presented toPresident February 1,1986" A.",.",rs#or.NlfiiNleR.., Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSessionDecember4,1985Offie .. of tI,..'1/i(".. pruiJ.. ntOswegoBill42FacultyAssemblyrepresentationonS.A.CommitteeslinkedwithStudentrepresentationonFacultyAssemblyCouncils WHEREAS, AnatmosphereofcooperationandasenseofCollegecorrmunityshouldbeencouraged,thereforeBeitenactedthathenceforth,theFacultyAssemblyshallbeentitledtoavotingseatoneachoftheStudentAssociation staniing corrmittees.AvotingseatshallbereservedineachcommitteeforarepresentativeoftheFacultyAssembly.TheFacultyAssemblyshallberesponsiblefortheselectionofitsrepresentatives,accordingtoitsownBy-Laws.StudentsonFacultyAssemblyshallbeexcludedfromconsiderationasaF.A.representatives.ThisbillislinkedtoactionbytheFacultyAssemblyonitsBy-Laws,(ArticleXIII,"StudentRepresentation"),entitlingtheStudentbodytoa voting seatoneachofthestandingcouncilsoftheFacultyAssembly(aslistedinArticleXIII,Section2,oftheF .A. By-Laws). Avotingseatshallbereservedineachcouncilforstudentrepresentation.TheStudentAssociationshallberesponsiblefortheselectionofthesemembers.SUBMITI'EDBY:JulioGracia,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerPattiCoteSENATEACTIONClearlyPassedDA'IEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary25,1986Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126RhO??'3'5\31' 3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession18th Ivleeting December4,1985 Office of 'Vicepresident OswegoBill43CollegeCouncilWHEREAS,TheCollegeCouncilisthehighestbodyofauthority:inourCollege,andWHEREAS,TheStudentbodyhasonestudentseatontheCollegeCouncil,andWHEREAS,Thestudentrepresentativeshouldbeaccountable,accessible,andshouldreporttotheSenate,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationPresidentassumetheresponsibilitiesofthestudentseatontheCollegeCouncil.Thisbillherebyeliminatesthatpositionasanindependentlyelectedseat:inS.A.elections. SUBVlITI'ED BY:JulioGracia,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerPattiCoteSENATEACTIONClearlyPassedDATEPRESENTED rro. PRESIDENTFebruary25,1986Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phORe'3'5'313601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession18thMeetingDecember4 1985Bill44PresidentialLinebyLineVetototheBudget TheStudentAssociationshouldhaveabalanced and CurrentlythePresidentonlyhasauthoritytovetotheentire and Alinebylinevetowouldbea moreprecisewayofcheckingonabalanced andtheSenatewouldstillbeabletooverrulesuch thereforeBeitenactedthatthePresidentbegivenauthoritytoVetolinebylineinthebUdget. SUPMI'ITED BY:Julio S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerPattiCoteSENA'IEACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhaRO'315\20J2691

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession18thMeetingDecember 4, 1985Bill45PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS:Inthe past, SpringCampus-wideElectionshavebeenconductedoverthecourseof2 days, andWHEREAS:Thisisacostlyprocedure(takingintoaccountthepriceofvotingmachinesandworkerstosuperviseeachpollingplacethroughoutthe day, each day), andWHEREAS:Aone-dayCampus-wideElectionwouldbemorecost efficient,and, WHEREAS:Aone-dayCampus-wideElectionwouldalsobeeasiertoregulate(i.e.campaigningprocedures),thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateofSUNYCollegeatOswegothattheSpringCampuswideElectionsbeheldononeday only, andBeitfurtherenactedthattheSpring1986Electionsschedulebeasfollows:February 6,1986 at12:00pm-PetitionsbecomeavailableatSAofficeandallResidentsHalls.February 18, 1986-PetitionsdueatSAofficeby3:00pm.February 20, 1986-Officialslatepostedat12:00 pm, candidates notified, andcampaigningbeginsatnoon.March 17, 1986-Campaigningendsatallpollingplacesat8:00am.March 18, 1986-Electionsheldbetween10:00amand8:00pminalldormsandHewittUnion.Thisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislation.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126php9'a'E'2412'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession18thMeetingDecember 4, 1985Submittedby:Joann Palmer, ElectionsCommitteeChairSponsoredby:JennyMyersJeffZayicekPaulBurnsElectionsCommitteePresidentoftheSenateBill45page2SENATEACTIONPassed byvote of17,0, 0 DatePresentedt6President February 3, 1986Room205HewittUnion :t:JI&Z3eLEt:.TbNS:c"Ove=.V'OA,I ...Oswego.NewYork13126Ph52'2'5\21'2691

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession18thMeetingDecember 4, 1985Bill46WHEREAS:TheStudentAssociationSenatewastosetdatesfortheSpringElection,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS:TheElectionsCommitteehasagreedupondatesfortheSpringElection,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateofSUNYCollegeatOswegothatthe1986SpringElectionschedulewillbeasfollows:February 5, 1986at12:00pm-PetitionsbecomeavailableattheSAofficeandallResidenceHalls.February 17, 1986-PetitionsdueatSAofficeby3:00pm.February 19, 1986-Officialslatepostedat12:00 pm, candidatesnotified,andcampaigningbeginsatnoon.March 16, 1986-Campaigningendsatallpollingplacesat8:00am.March17-18,1986-Electionsheldbetween10:00amand6:00pminalldormsandHewittUnion.Submittedby:JoannPalmer,ElectionsCommitteeChairSponsoredby:JennyMyersJeffZayicekPaulBurnsElectionsCommitteeSENA'IEACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dba'2'5\21'2

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession18th fJIeeting December4,1985Bill47SAcontributiontothel25thAnniversaryofourCollegePresidentoftheSenate'WHEREAS:Ourcollegewillbecelebratingitsl25thAnniversaryin1986,andWHEREAS:TheStudentAssociationshouldparticipateandcommemoratethisevent,andWHEREAS:TheStudentAssociationshouldprovideamementotoourstudentstocelebratethisuniqueevent,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$1500betransferredfromsurplusaccount#99tothel25thAnniversaryaccount# ,uponpassageofthisbill.ThiswillprovidecommemorativebuttonsforourSA-feepayingstudents,andwillbedistributedatfinalregistration.(6000buttonsx 25 each=$1500.)Beitfurtherenactedthatthesumof$400betransferredfromsurplusaccount#99tothel25thAnniv-ersaryaccount#,uponpassageofthisbill.Thiswillprovide patches for ourathleticspersonnel.(400patchesx$1.00each=$400.00)Submittedby:JulioGraciaSponsoredby:JoannPalmerPattiCoteSENATEACTIONPassedbyvoteof14,0,0DatePresentedt6 Presjdent February10,1986Room205HewittUnion

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary19,1986Bill#48SAfeeforallpart-timestudentsandallgraduatestudents.Whereas,theStudentAssociationdoesrepresentallstudentsbyletterwritingcampaigns,bypublicspeeches,andbyrepresentationinthecollegecommunity,andWhereas,theresourcesoftheStudentAssociationshouldbeavailabletoallstudents,andWhereas,undergraduatepart-timestudentsandgraduatestudentsdonotpaythemandatorySAfee,thereforeBeitenactedthatSArecognizesthedifferentnatureofpart-timeandgraduatestudents;andestablishesanSAfeeof $ 7.50persemesterforthesestudents,therebygrantingthemfullrightsandresponsibilitiesintheStudentAssociation.Submittedby:Sponsoredby:JulioGraciaJoannPalmerPattiCote rac.i3., S.Ares:ident /" byPres:ident :z;4LL.SA.P4!f::;l.::;7WdF' --------------.4"-74"'" Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126 ?%JSENA'IE ACTION28y,On,Oa. DA'IE PRESENTED'IOPRESIDENTMarch12,1986pb'2'S\29'2CO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession21st Meeting February12,1986Bill49NYPIRGReferendumQuestion NYPIRGisastatewide,non-profit,non-partisanresearchandadvocacyorganizationdirectedbystudents,and WHEREAS,NYPffiG hasastaffoflawyers,scientists,researchersandorganizerswhoworkwithandforstudentstoteachcitizenshipskillsand engage inpublicpolicyissues,and WHEREAS, NYPIRG'smainissuearea'sare; '. studentrights,environmentalpreservation,consumerprotection, higner education,politicalreform,corporateaccountability and socialjustice, andWHEREAS,NYPffiG willstaffanofficeatSUNYCOona full-time basis,and WHEREAS, NYPIRGasa membership organizationiscurrentlyfundedattherateof$3.00perstudent,per semester, and WHEREAS, The OswegoStudentAssociationSenatebelievesthatSUNYCOstudentsshouldhavetherighttovoteonwhetherornottheywanttoraisetheirstudentactivityfeetofundachapteroftheNewYorkPublicInterestResearchGroup, NYPffiG, atSUNYOswego,andtherefore,BeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenaterequeststhatthe following questionberun with thestudentelectionson March 18,1986,"Doyousupportincreasingthestudentactivityfeeby$3.00perstudent,per semester tofundachapterof NYPffiG, (NewYorkPublicInterest :r'Res-earch Group),atSUNYCO?" SUPMI'ITED BY:DanFrenchJillLaceySPONSOREDBY:ColleenMcHale SENATE ACTIONPassedbyRollCallVoteDATEPRESENTED'TOPRESIDENTFebruary26, 1986Room205HewittUnionulioGracia,SAPresidentOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate ROILCAILValli R.IppolitoM.BottiniM.SabhiniB.MaclaughlinLisaWaldeyerT.LaPintaJ.MeyersJ.PalmerP.CoteE.RiveraM.FeyT.KenealyP.McManusJ.EganN.OlsenM.ColisJ.TravisJ.ZayicekJ.PaceD.FrenchW.MillerP.BurnsPeterDevineM.Willisy yY Y YChair Y Y Y YYY Y Y YyYNs.CronkNBrianGoldmanJ.JohnsonYK.BogardYColleenMcHale Y B.BoganskiAT.Murphy YG.ClarkY'M. Daniels NPage2bill49Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation ()cv,'YJ StateUniversityCollegeat osv?J/iY of .. tSenate21stLegislativeSession22nd Meeting February19,1986Bill506thAnnual OswegoWinterFestivalPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheCollegeCommunityRelationsCommittee wasestablishedtopromoteharmony,understanding,andthespiritofcooperationbetweentheCityofOswegoandtheCollegeatOswego,and WHEREAS, TheCollegeCommunityRelationsCommitteehasorganizedthe"SixthAnnual OswegoWinterFestival"aonemeansofcarryingoutitsduties,andWHEREAS,TheCollegeCommunityRelationsCommitteehasmade exhaustive effortstofundthisnobleefforttopromote harmony,and stillfindsitselfindireneedsoffinancialsupport,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegotransfer$300.00fromContingencyAccount #917totheCommunityRelationsAccountuponpassageofthisbill. SlJP1VI.ITIED BY:JackieJohnson,Chairperson,CommunityRelationsCommitteeSPONSOREDBY: Mire WillisSENATEACTIONPassedbyvoteof19Y,On,DATEPRESENTED 'ill. PRESIDENTMarch5,1986Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic.. of ..tt'ic.. p,csiJ..nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession22nd MeetingFebruary19,1986Bill51IntercollegiateCollegeBandCompetitionPresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, SyracuseUniversityishostinganIntercollegiateCollege fun:l Competitionand WHEREAS, TopmusiciansfromcollegesanduniversitiesaccrossNewYorkStatehave beenselectedtotoattend,and WHEREAS, FivemembersofSUNYOswego's Concert fun:l have been cIDosen, and WHEREAS, Thefollowingexpenseswillbeincurred, Meals $6.00 X5peopleX2 days=$60.00 Transportation 90milesX$ .10permile=$9.00thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationallocate$69.00 from Contingency Account#917toConcertBandCompetition Account #tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.--SUBVII'ITED BY:JeffJones,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:ColleenMcHaleTonyLaPinta smilA'IE ACTION21y,on,Oa DA'IE PRESENTEDTO PRESIDNEr II/larch5, 1986Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSessionFebruary19,1986Bill52PresidentoftheSenateWhereas,OnMarch3rdSASUconferenceswillbeheldinAlbany,andWhereas,Thiswouldprovideanexcellentopportunityforstudentstoviewourlegislativesystematwork,andWhereas,ThisisalsoanopportunityforOswegostudentstostudyandreviewthegovernor'scutsinSUNY,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationallocatethesumof$837.00fromsurplusaccount#99toAcccount#(tobeestablisheduponthepassageofthisbill).-----Thisfigureisfora12hourrentalofaBluebirdBus,withthecapacityforabout45people.Submittedby:FrankMerlinoSponsoredby:JoannPalmerPattiCoteSENA'IEACTIONWithdrawnRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'E\29'2Go '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary 1986 Office of tl.eCVice-presiJ"nt OswegoBill53 Theprogramfundcontingencyaccountwasestablishedbybill28ofthislegislative and The Main purPOse ofthisaccountistoprovidea meansoffundingclubswhichhaveorganizedtheiractivitiesafterprogramfundbudgethearingshave and TheSociologyClubhasnoworganizedactivitiesfortheremainderoftheacademicyearandwishestopresentthefollowingbudgetrequestinhopethattheSenatewillgrantthenecessary ani ThefollowingisalistofthescheduledactivitieswhichtheSociologyClubhasplanned:EventIAlumniSeminarHonoraritm1 -$25.00X4speakers=$100.00Honoraritm1 -$50.00X1speaker=$50.00GeneralOperatingExpensesPostage-$2.20Telephone-$3.00OfficeSupplies$21.00 BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociation thatthe Stm1 of$176.20betransferredfromProgram Fund ContingencyAccount#918toSociologyClubAccount# tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill. SUBVIITl'ED BY:Jeff DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:Tony LaP lnta Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONSENATEACTION27y, on, OaDATEPRESENTED 'ill PRESIDENTMarch 12, 1986Page 2Bill53PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession23rd February26,1986 OswegoBill54ArtExhibitionCommittee WHEREAS, TheArtExhibitionConmitteehasorganizeditsactivitiesfortheremainderofthesemester, an:lWHEREAS, Theprogram fund contingencyaccountwasestablishedto handle requestssuchasthis, andWHEREAS, TheArtExhibitionCommitteehasplannedthefollowingactivities:EventI-StudentArtExhibitionHonorarium$50 X2jurors=$100.00EventII-Film"GeorgiaO'Keeffe"-$65.00GeneralOperatingExpensesPostage-$6.20OfficeSupplies-$5.30therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenate,thatthesumof$176.50betransferTedfromprogramfundcontingencyaccount#918toArtExhibitionConmitteeAccount#,tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill. SUPMI'ITED BY:JeffJones,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:PeterDevineTonyLaPintaSENATEACTION27y,On,OaDATEPRESENTED 'ill. PRESIDENT March 12,1986Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativesession23rdMeetingFebruary26,1986 Office of 1/ice-prudent OswegoBill55 BlackfJiars -portablerecorder WHEREAS, The Blackf'riars TheatreOrganizationcurrentlyowns aSonyTC153SDportablerecorderpurchasedin1976, am WHEREAS,Thismachineisusedtorecordsoundeffects,etc.inlocationswherepowerinnotavailable,and WHEREAS, Thismachineisnowobsolete am broken beyOYld:fepairam isinneedofreplacement,therforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego,thstthesumof$389.00betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount#915toBlackfriarsEquipmentReplacementAccount#,tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill,forthepurchaseofaMarantz PJVID 430 portable recorder. SUBVIITrEDEY: JeffJones,Directorof Finance SPONSOREDBY:PaulMcManisSENATEACTION25Y, On,2aDATEPRESENTEDTO PRESIDENTMarch12,1986Room205HewittUnion Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssocaitionStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch12,1986Bill56EstablishingLawAgainstLibelPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Awritten,printed,orpictorialstatementthatunjustlydamagedaperson'sreputationisknownaslibel,andWHEREAS,AnyactionofpresentingsuchastatementtothepUblicislibel,andWHEREAS,Libelisinjustice,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssocaitionherebyestablishesalawagainstlibelasdefinedinthetermsstatedabove.TheS.A.SupremeCourtshallhavejurisdictionofsuchcasesinwhichlibelisalleged.AtitsdiscretionthecourtmaydeterminepenaltiesrangingfromremovalofS.A.priviledgestoremovalofS.A.recognition,toanypersonorgroupthattheCourtfindsguiltyoflibel.SUBMITTED BY:JulioGracia,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecek,OffCampusSenatorSENATEACTION7Y,15n,3a CAAI",.,.eJ",:&Bet,7.. Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation 0ff;c of tI.'lI;c-pm,iJnt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch12,1986Bill57PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,AgroupofSUNYOswegostudentsareinterestedinthecauseofpeace,andWHEREAS,ThisgroupofstudentswouldliketoattendapeacerallyinRomulusNYattheSenecaArmyDepotfrom10:00amto2:00pm,andWHEREAS,WewouldneedtranspertationtoandfromRomulusatacostofabout70dollars,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssocaitionofSUNYOswegoallocate$70.00fortransportation.BeitfurtherenactedthatanymoneynotusedfortransportwillbereturnedtotheStudentAssociation.SUBMITTED BY:DanFrenchSPONSOREDBY:PaulBurns /IC;:r1LV\,./ Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Qlk:"nlti,,,'Vie,,-pru,'Jenl StateUniversltyCollege Nt OswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch12,1986Bill58ConstitutionalAmendmentPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssocaitionConstitutionreadsunderArticleIsectionVII,point2,"ToassessaStudentAssociationtax(thistaxshallbeuniformthroughouttheStudentAssociation),"andWHEREAS,ToestablishaparttimeStudentAssocaitionfeethismustbechanged,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationSenatefavorstheconceptofaparttimeStudentAssociationfee(bill48),andWHEREAS,This bill securesallrightsandresponsibilitiesoftheStudentAssocaitionparttimefeemembers,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,thatthefollowingAmendmenttotheS.A.ConstitutionshallreadArticleI,sectionVII,point2"toassessa Student Associationtax".SUBMITTEDBY:Terrence S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:MarianColisRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSessionBill59RaiseinSAfee(undergraduate)(fulltime)Whereas,theStudentAssociationmusthaveabalancedbudget,therefore,BeitenactedthattheSAfeeforundergraduatestudentsberaised$5.00.TheSAfeewillnowbe$95.00,($50.00inthefall,$45.00inthespring).SUbmittedby:Julio SAPresidentSponsoredby:JoannPalmerSenatorMackinComplexPresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTION 23y,On, OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch 20, 1986 ewe.FI17II'RUCSA .. Ui4RN7bAIDA"':IJ"Jt.6eP__...."...."'SSZ21c..",.A,or;..t""'hir -R-oo-m-Z-O-S-H-ew-it-t-u-ni-on--.--O-sw-e-go-,-N-ew-Yo-r-k-13-1-26 7D -.....IRiilIo'o?lOG;oQAIIlr..'"I,""

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSessionMarch19,1986Bill60PresidentoftheSenateWhereas,TheSenateofthe21stlegislativesessionhasspentmanyhoursinbudgethearingsworkingtoprepareabudgetforthenextfiscalyear,andWhereas,abillmustbepassedtofinalizethebudget,therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwepassthebudgetwiththebottomlinesenumeratedbelowandurgetheSenateofthe22ndsessiontoadoptitastheirown.BottomLine-$Submittedby: JeffJones,DirectorofFinanceSponsoredby:MichaelNemecekRoom205HewittUnion9'Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATION Office of 1/ice-prudent StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSessionMarch 19, 1986Bill61PresidentoftheSenateBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthefollowingbeacceptedastheresultsofthe1985StudentAssociationElection.PresidentVice-PresidentCollegeCouncilFacultyAssemblyAuxiliaryServicesBoardSeniorSeatSenateCayugaFunnelleHartJohnsonMackinOff-CampusOnondagaOneidaRiggsScalesSenecaWaterburyElvisRiveraRobertWoodMichaelWillisMarkYoungPatriciaNadareskiRoyIppolitoDianeSamsonGerryMastrianiMichelleTwilleyTonyLaPintaKateSchmittPatriciaCoteJoannPalmerMariaMillaresDanielSkidmore5-waytieMariaFeyJudyKrebbsNelsOlsonJeffRichardsonJoanPaceJeffZayicekGregClarkSubmittedby:ElectionsCommitteeSponsoredby:JoannPalmer,ElectionsCommitteeChairRoom205HewittUnionpIOswego.NewYork13126'2'['21'aGQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONSENA'IE ACTION23y,On,Oa DA'IE PRESEN'IED TOPRESIDENT March 20,1986PresidentoftheSenateBill61page2 AN6 Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of'lIice-president stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession2nd Heeting April17,1985Resolution1PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheBenevolentProtectiveOrderofElks(BPOE)contributedanoverwelmingamountoffinancialandcommunitysupporttothegroundbreakingCollegeCommunityExchangeDay1984,andWHEREAS,TheBPOE'sinvolvementandparticipationinthisactivityisrepresentativeofit'sdeeprootedcommitmenttotheyouthofthisCollegeandthecommunity,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationofSUNYatOswegolooksforwardtofutureconstructiveinvolvementwiththeBPOE,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniverstyofNewYork,CollegeatOswegowholeheartedlythankstheBPOEforallithasdone,andBeitfurtherresolvedthattheStudentAssociationcommendstheBPOEforallofitsservicetotheyouthofOswego SUBHITTED BY:DavidMcNally,S.A.VicePresidentJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:WalterBowlerSENATEACTIONVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Db'2'S\211aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativesession5thMeetingMay8,1985Resolution#2PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,reliablesourceshavebeeninformingtheAmericanpeoplethatCoke"isit"andWHEREAS,now wehavebeeninformedbyBillCosbythatCokeischangingitsflavorandthatnowitreally"isit",andWHEREAS,Cokehasbeen"it"formanyloyalAmericansandparticularlyforsomepeopleinSUNYOswego,andWHEREAS,itisillogicalforsomethingtobe"it"andthenbedisclaimedsoitcansuddenlybe really "it",thereforeBeitresolvedbySUNYOswegothatcokeisalready"it"andthatitsflavorshouldnotbetamperedwith.SUBMITTED BY:DaveMcNallyJulioGraciaSPONSOREDBY:WalterBowlerxc:Coca-ColaCompanyAuxiliaryServices WITHDRAiWN Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dr'0'['9'1oco:

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate21stLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember25, 1985 Office of'lJice-p"eg;Jent atOswegoResolution3WHEREAS,TheareabetweentheHewittUnionand Hart Hallisveryfrequentlytraveledbybothstudentsandvehicles,andWHEREAS,ThebusstopthatwasinfrontofCulkinHallhasnowbeenmovedtotheabovementionedarea,and WHEREAS, Becauseofthesituationthetrafficinthearea(abovementioned)hasincreasedmorethantrifold,and WHEREAS, This traffic notonlyincreasesthechancesforanaccidenttooccur,butalsoincreasesthenoiselevelinthearea,and WHEREAS, Thisnoiselevelincreasecreates 1..lllfavorable livingand studying conditionsfortheresidentsofHartHall,and WHEREAS, Theseconcernsshouldbeheeded(becausethestudentsweregivennochancetovoice their opinionsbefore),ThereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegourgesthatthebusstopbemovedbacktothefrontofCulkinHallbecauseoftheconcernsregardingsafty,logisticsandnoiselevel. SUPMITrED BY: Lyrm Chadwic kSPONSOREDBY:TonyLaPintaKermethD. Bogard cc.BernieHendersonDr.VirginiaRadleySENA'IEACTION11y,9n,laoRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember25,1985Offic" of tl."'1Jic,,-p""sdent OswegoResolution4 WHEREAS, ThewaterfountainwhichformerlyoccupiedthevendingareaoftheHewittUnionCafeteriano longer existsuponcompletionofthesaidconstruction,and WHEREAS, AuxiliaryServicesisanotforprofitorganization, andWHEREAS, AuxiliaryServicesischarging$.10foraglassofwaterinthecafeteria,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationStronglysuggeststhatawaterfountainbereinstalledintheHewittUnionCafeteria(attheexpenseofAuxiliaryServices). SUBVII'ITED BY:KennethD. BogardSPONSOREDBY:Lynn ChadwickSENATEACTION25y,On,laRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131269''275t'aCQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession12th Meeting October 18, 1985 Office of '1Iice-pregiJenl OswegoResolution5WHEREAS,TheNationalCollegeAlcoholAwarenessWeekisOctober21-27,1985,and WHEREAS, Thepurposeofthisweekistoincreasestudents'lmowledgeandunderstandingofbasicinformationaboutalcohol,tohighlightactivitiesonCampusthatdonotinvolvetheuseofalcohol and toencouragestUdentstomakeinformedchoicesabouttheiruseofalocohol, andWHEREAS, Colleges and Universitiesnationwideareparticipatinginthisweek,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationatSUNYCollegeatOswegosupportstheseeffortsinAlcoholEducation and encouragesstudentstoparticipateinactivitiesscheduled. SUPMITI'ED BY:JamesPloskonka,AlcoholAwareness CommitteeSPONSOREDBY:Jo arm PalmerPatti CoteSENA'IE ACTIONPassedbyVoteofAcclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5)01'aSQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollege Senate 21stLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober30,1985 Office of 'Vicep ..esiJent atOswegoResolution6 WHEREAS, PeterDevinehasbeentheDirectorofFinanceoftheStudentAssociationforthelastyearandfourmonths,and WHEREAS, Peterhasdemonstratedanintensededicationtohispositionthroughmany long hoursof hard worktothebenefitofbothpresentandfuturestudentshereatOswegoStateandtheStudentAssociation,and WHEREAS, Peterhasbeenapositive influence onthoseofuswhomhaveworkedwithhim,throughhisexceptionalservice,and WHEREAS, Peter's term ofofficewillbecomingtoanend,thereforeBeit rEsolvedby theStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,thatwethankPeterDevineforhiscontributionstotheStudentAssociationandhis hard workanddedicationandwishhimthebestofluckinallofhisfutureendeavors. SUEMI'ITED BY:TheStudentAssociationFinanceDepartmentSPONSOREDBY:KennethD.Bogard,OffCampusSenatorSENArrEACTIONPASSEDBYAVOTEOFACCAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P'(0'['21'aCOl

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember13,1985 Office of 'Vice-presdent OswegoResolution7 WHEREAS, The MayorofOswegoWilliamCahillandtheCommonCounciloftheCityofOswegoaremembersoftheCommunity Government, andWHEREAS,OnOctober28thand30th,1985aCollegeCommunity Exchangeoccured, am. WHEREAS,ThisexchangecouldnothavebeenasuccesswithouttheparticipationofMayorCahillandtheCommonCounciloftheCityofOswego,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoisgratefulfortheparticipationofthecityofficialsin Exchange Day1985.SUPMITI'EDBY:CollegeCommunityRelationsChairperson,MikeWillisSPONSOREDBY:Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'O'C)2412GO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATION of StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember 13s 1986Resolution8PresidentoftheSenate WHEREASs TheBenevolantProtectiveOrderofthe Elkss Lodge 271 wasinstrumentalinthesuccessoftheCollegeCommunity ExchangeDay 1985 s and WHEREASs The Exchangecouldnothavetakenplacewithouttheunselfishsupportofthe BPOEs Lodge 271 stherefores BeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoisgreatfulfortheparticipationoftheBenevolantProtectiveOrderofthe Elkss Lodge271.SUBMITTEDBY:Michael Williss ChairpersonsCommunityRelationsCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:StudentAssociationSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P'Fa1['os 3aGO?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember20,1985Resolution9TheTavernAfter21PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheCurrentriseinthedrinkingagehasbroughtaboutaconcernfortheTavern'sfuture,andWHEREAS,TheTavernisfrequentlyutilizedbybothStudentsandFaculty,andWHEREAS,TheTavernisanimportantmeetingplaceforbothsocialandacademicactivities,andWHEREAS,ThenumberofStudentsatOswegoStateoflegalDrinkingageisapercentageofthestudentbodywhichshouldnotbeignored,andWHEREAS,TheTavernshouldservetheinterestsofallthestudents,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegourgesthattheTavernbekeptopenasadrinkingestablishmentonaparttimebasistomeetthedesiresofallstudents.SUBMITTED BY:ElvisRivera,Co-ChairStudentServicesCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:ChuckZlotkus,Co-ChairStudentServicesCommitteeBobSteindlerPeterDevineSENATEACTIONVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5129'aCQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation gjj fI ClICVJ Istt U tC11t0 ice 0 theVice-r,esident aenlversly0egeaswSenate21stLegislativeSession20th Meeting February5,1986Resolution10PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, WHEREAS, During the1985legislativesessionMemberofAssemblyRobertJ.ConnorintroducedA 2168whichwould amendthegeneralobligationslawandthepublichousinglawinrelationtouseofplain languageand leasemodelprovisionsofrightsinagreementsresidentialrental, and TheNewYorkStateAssemblypassedthislegislationwhichwould mandate thatallresidentialleasesbewritteninplain and simplelanguage,andtoincludeastatementofrightsandresponsibilitiesoftenantsandlandlordstoinsurethattenantsare aware oftheirrightsunderlaw,and WHEREAS, TheNewYorkStateSenatefailedtoactonthismeasure, and WHEREAS,Manystudentssignleasesthatarefilledwith language thattheydonotunderstand, andWHEREAS, Thislegislationwouldhelpstudentrentorsin understanding theirleasessincetheleasewouldhavetobewritteninplain and everyday langiliage, and WHEREAS, Assemblymember Connorhasstatedhisintentiontore-introducethislegislationduringthe1986session,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegosupportstheeffortsofAssemblymember ConnoringettingPlainLanguageLeaseLegislationPassedandurgesarealegislatorstosupportthiseffort,andBeitfurtherresolvedthattheStudentAssociationurgestheNewYorkStateSenatetoactonPlain Language LeaseLegislationduringthe1986legislativesession. SUPMITI'ED BY:DavidRothstein,Director,OffCampusAssociationpI'2'5129'2Go'SPONSOREDBY: IIlike Willis SENA'IE ACTIONPassedbyvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationState Universllity Collegeat Senate 21stLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary19,1985 Office of'1Jice-preg;jent OswegoResolution11AutomaticTellerMachinesWHEREAS,accesstotheAutomaticTellerMachinesintheHewittUnionis :linpossible onSaturdayand. Sunday morningsandnoaccessexistsfrommidnightuntil7:OOamduringthe regular academicyear,andWHEREAS,TheFacilityisclosedonholidays, ani isrestrictedduringintersessionandoverthesummer, and. W1IEREAS, Saidaccesswouldbedesirableforstudentsandcommunity members attending culturaleventsandconferences, and WHEREAS,Studentsrequireaccessatoddhoursbecauseoftheirnon-traditionalschedules;thereforeBeitresolvedthatthefinancialinstitutionsinvolvedintheNYCEsystem,i.e.,BankofNewYorkBarclayBankofNewYorkChemicalBankGoldDome(FSB)Manufacturer'sHanoverTrustMarineMidland.NationalWestminsterBankUnionTrustCountryFederal(UnionTrust)NassauEducatorsFederalCreditUnionBankofCornmerce IRVI MetroFederalCreditUnionFirstFederalSavingsandLoanChaseManhattanbeurgedtosharefinanciallyinthedevelopmentofa24houraccesstothe A'IM's intheHewittUnion. SUBVII'ITED BY:StudentServicesCommitteeSPONSOREDBY: Elvis RiveraRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollege QIlicviw4gdJic ,,-pmiJ"nt Senate21stLegislativeSession24thMeetingMarch5,1986Resolution12PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,BuildingstrongrelationsbetweentheCollegeandCityCommunitiesisinthebetterinterestsofallstudentsandpeoplelivinginOswegoasawhole,andWHEREAS;TheOffCampusAssociation,theGreekStudentAssociationandvariousofficesoftheCitygovernmentincooperationwiththecityofOswegoCommitteeonCollegeCommunityRelationshavebeenworkingtogetheronthe1986CommunityCleanUptobeheldatl2pmonSaturdayApril5,1986attheMcCrobiebUilding,andWHEREAS,ThisprojectwillserveadualpurposeoffirstenhancingCollegeCommunityrelationsbyshowingthatthestudentstakeanactiveinterestintheCommunity,andsecondlytoempartontheparticipants,andothers,theimportanceofhavingacleanandbeautifulenvironment,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheoftheStateUniversitysupportstheCommunityandStudentAssociationSenateofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoCleanupandwhatitstandsfor;BeitfurtherresolvedthattheStudentAssociationurgesallstudentstoturnoutandshowtheirsupportofthiseffort.SUBMITTED BY:DavidRothstein,Director,OffCampusAssociationKraigHannum,President,GreekStudentAssociationSPONSOREDBY:JackieJohnsonSENATEACTIONVoteofAcclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offi"" of 'Vi",,-prud"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch12,1986Resolution13PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,LegislationhasbeenintroducedbySenatorFrankPadavanintheNewYorkStateSenatetoamendtherealpropertylawinrelationtothedutyofthelandlordtoprovideawrittenreceipttoatenant,andWHEREAS,ThepurposeofthePadavanbill(s-1762)istorequirealandlordtogiveawrittenreceipttoatenantuponpaymentofrentbypersonalcheck,andWHEREAS,TheNewYorkStateAssemblyrecentlypassedA2456whichisthesameasS1762,andWHEREAS,Presentlythelawrequireslandlordstoprovidereceiptswhenrentispaidthroughanymeansbutpersonalcheck,andWHEREAS,Thislegislationisnecessarybecauselandlords,insomeinstances,haverefusedtoissueareceiptwhenrentispaid,thustenantsareunabletoprovepayment;andWHEREAS,Returned-personalcheckscanbeusedasreceipts,butuntilthechecksarecancelledandreturned,thetenantisatalosstoprovepayment,andWHEREAS,Manystudenttenantsarefacedwiththeproblemofnothavingproofthattheyhavepaidtheirrentuntiltheyreceivetheircancelledchecks,causingadisputewiththeirlandlord,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssocaitionSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegosupportsS-1762. BeitfurtherresolvedthattheStudentAssociationurgestheNewYOrkStateSenatetoactonthisimportantpieceoflegislation.SUBMITTEDBY:DavidRothstein,Director,Off-CampusAssociationSPONSOREDBY:MikeWillisRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation O/hce 0/ 'Vicep"esiJe"t StateUniversityCollegeat Senate21stLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch12,1986Resolution14OpenHouse1986PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,SUNYCollegeatOswego,officeofadmissionsiscoordinatingthe9thAnnualCollegeOpenHousewhichwilltakeplaceonApril14,1986from9:00amto2:00pm,andWHEREAS,Thiseventinvolvescollegewideparticipationofallstudentclubsandorganizations,allcollegefaculty,andadministrativestaffs,andWHEREAS,OpenHouseprovidesacomprehensiveviewoftheSUNYOswegocampusandacademicstopropectivestudents,parents,andhighschoolpersonnel,andWHEREAS,OswegoopensitsdoorstothepUblicforafulldayofdiscussions,toursandexploration,andWHEREAS,Successofthisyear's9thAnnualCollegeOpenHousewillresultinimprovedoverallenrollmentforthe1986-1987incomingclass,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssocaitionSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegosupportstheeffortsoftheAdmissionsOfficethroughcooperativeeffortsincludingrepresentationbythisrorganization,extendingahandtomeetandgreetthepublicwhobecomeapartofthiscampusandthroughvolunteereffortsifpossibletohelpmakethisasuccessfuldayforthecollege.SUBMITTED BY:KathleenZeigler,AdmissionsOfficeInternandCo-odinatorofOpenHouseSPONSOREDBY:GregoryClarkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession26thMeetingMarch19,1986Resolution15PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationConstitutionarticleIIsectionIV,point5reads:"TheStudentAssociationPresidentshallbeempoweredto:representtheStudentAssociationpersonally",andWHEREAS,JulioGracia,throughdedication,integrityandloyaltytotheStudentAssociation,hasexemplifiedthisstatement,andWHEREAS,JulioGraciahasforwardedCollegeCommunityRelations,SAAdministrativeRelations,aswellasservedthestudentsoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego.BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatwewishtothankJulioGraciaforhisserviceasPresidentoftheStudentAssociationandwishhimthebestinallfurtherendeavors.Submittedby:TerranceKenealySponsoredby:JoannPalmer -----......._._----Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPRESIDENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTO THE STUDENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIDENT1986 MARCH 19WE, THE STUDENTSOF THE STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBY THE ADMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,AND THE STUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS, HEREBY CONSTITUTE THE STATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVING THAT BYORGANIZINGIN THIS WAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEAS THE STUDENTBODYAGENCYIN THE PRESENTATIONOFSTUDENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUDENTLIFEAND AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTO THE STUDENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOF THE COLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANDEDUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETO THE CONSTITUTIONOF THE STUDENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315) 341-3603

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SSOCIATIONPRESIDENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIDENT1986MARCH19WE,THESTUDENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBYTHEADMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANDTHESTUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUDENTBODYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUDENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUDENTLIFEAND AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANDEDUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUDENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIDENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONI li''i' OfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIDENT1986MARCH19WE,THESTUDENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBYTHEADMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANDTHESTUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUDENTBODYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUDENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUDENTLIFEAND AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANDEDUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUDENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIDENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIDENT1986MARCH19WE,THESTUDENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBYTHEADMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANDTHESTUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUDENTBODYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUDENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUDENTLIFEAND TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANDEDUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUDENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONPRESIVENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIVENT1986MARCH19WE,THESTUVENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREVBYTHEAVMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANVTHESTUVENTBOVYINSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUVENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUVENTBOVYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUVENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUVENTLIFEANV AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREVTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUVENTSORSTUVENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANVEVUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUVENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIVENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIVENT 1986MARCH19WE,THESTUVENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREVBYTHEAVMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANVTHESTUVENTBOVYINSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUVENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUVENTBOVYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUVENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUVENTLIFEANV TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREVTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUVENTSORSTUVENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANVEVUCATIONALPROJECTS. --PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUVENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIDENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIDENT1986MARCH19WE,THESTUDENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOF NEW YORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBYTHEADMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANDTHESTUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION,BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUDENTBODYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUDENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUDENTLIFEAND AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANDEDUCATIONALPROJECTS. --PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUDENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONPRESIVENTIALCITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIVENT1986MARCH19WE,THESTUVENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREVBYTHEAVMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANVTHESTUVENTBOVYINSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUVENTASSOCIATION,BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUVENTBOVYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUVENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS;TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREVTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUVENTSORSTUVENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANVEVUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUVENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIVENTIAL CITATIONTO 4IO_1tIE __ S _FORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIVENT 1 986MARCHI9 'II WE,THESTUVENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOF THE RESPONSIBILITYSHARED BY THEAVMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANVTHESTUVENTBOVYINSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUVENTASSOCIATION,BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUDENTBOVYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUVENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUVENTLIFEANV AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREVTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUVENTSORSTUVENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANVEVUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUVENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIVENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIVENT1986MARCH19WE,THESTUVENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREVBYTHEAVMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANVTHESTUVENTBOVYINSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUVENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUVENTBOVYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUVENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUVENTLIFEANV TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREVTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUVENTSORSTUVENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHE INTEREST OFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANVEVUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUVENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONPRESIVENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIVENT 1986 MARCH 19 WE,THESTUVENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREVBYTHEAVMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANVTHESTUVENTBOVYINSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUVENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHIS WAY WECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUVENTBOVYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUVENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUVENTLIFEANV AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREVTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUVENTSORSTUVENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY, A PROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANVEVUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUVENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIVENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIVENT1986MARCH19WE,THESTUVENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREVBYTHEAVMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANVTHESTUVENTBOVYINSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUVENTASSOCIATION,BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUVENTBOVYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUVENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUVENTLIFEANV TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREVTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUVENTSORSTUVENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANVEDUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUDENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONPRESIVENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIVENT 1986 MARCH19WE,THESTUVENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOF THE RESPONSIBILITYSHAREVBYTHEAVMINISTRATION, THE FACULTY,ANVTHESTUVENTBOVYINSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUVENTASSOCIATION,BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUVENTBOVYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUVENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUVENTLIFEANV AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREVTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUVENTSORSTUVENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANVEVUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUVENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIVENTIAL CITATIONTOOfficeofthePresidentFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONJULIOGRACIAPRESIVENT 1986MARCH 19WE,THESTUVENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREVBYTHEAVMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANVTHESTUVENTBOVYINSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUVENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUVENTBOVYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUVENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUVENTLIFEANV AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREVTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUVENTS OR STUVENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANVEVUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUVENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIDENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIDENT 1986 MARCH19WE,THESTUDENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBYTHEADMINISTRATION, TKE FACULTY,ANDTHESTUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION,BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUDENTBODYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUDENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUDENTLIFEAND TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANDEDUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUDENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIDENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIDENT1986MARCH19WE,THESTUDENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBYTHEADMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANDTHESTUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUDENTBODYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUDENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUDENTLIFEAND AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANDEDUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUDENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPRESIVENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIVENT 1986 MARCH19WE,THESTUVENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREVBYTHEAVMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANVTHESTUDENTBOVYINSTUVENTLIFEANVAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASTHESTUVENTBOVYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUVENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUVENTLIFEANV AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUVENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUVENTSORSTUVENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANDEVUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUVENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONPRESIDENTIAL CITATIONTOFORCONTRIBUTIONSTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentJULIOGRACIAPRESIDENT1986MARCH19.WE,THESTUDENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,IN REOGNITION OF THE RESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBYTHEADMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANDTHESTUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION,BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEAS THE STUDENTBODYAGENCYINTHEPRESENTATIONOFSTUDENTOPINIONINMATTERSAFFECTINGSTUDENTLIFEAND AFFAIRS; TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITYANDEDUCATIONALPROJECTS.---PREAMBLETOTHECONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUDENTASSOCIATION.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341