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20th Session (1984-85) Legislative Documents

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Off;"e of CV;"e-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember14,1984Bill50PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Theenhancementofcollege-communityrelationsisapriorityoftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,receptionanddinnerwillprovidefor better interactionbetweenstudentandcityofficials,andWHEREAS,thisreceptionanddinneraspartofexchangeday1984willaidinenhancingcommunicationsbetweentherespectivegroups,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$354.00betranferredformcontigencyaccount # 914tocommunityrelationsaccount # 908.Thebreakdownoftheaforementionedreceptionanddinnerareasfollows:4gallonsofpunchat$4.25/gallon.$17.0050peopleat$1.50,forreception,$75.0070peopleat$3.75,fordinner,.$262.50 $354.00SUBMITTEDBY:TheCommunityRelationscommittee,PeterDevineDirectiorofFinance,WalterBowlerVicePresidentSPONSOREDBY: PooleMichaelMazzellaJenniferCareyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhORO'2 '5)21' 269'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill50Page2SENATEACTIONvoteof26y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTNovember21,1984Room205HewittUnionPh PresidentOswego,NewYork13126'2'5\?Q'aGO]

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONStudentAssociation of stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember28,1984Bill51PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssocaitionemploysCentroofOswego,Inc.asatransportationserviceforitsstudentmembers,andWHEREAS,Thepresentfiscalyear'sbudgetwhichwaspassedbyThisLegislativeSessionhasaninadequatebudgetaryamountappropriatedfortheCentroBusService,andWHEREAS,ASaresultoftherecentincreasesinservicewhichtheStudentAssociationhasrequestedandreceived,thebudgetedfigureof$17,300fortheyearlyCentrocostsisinaquate,andWHEREAS,ThetotalcostsoftheCentroBusServiceare:a)28weeksofSundayService(llam-2pmand5pm-12am)=$5,600b)28weeksofPubCrawlServiceonSaturdaynight(busesdepartevery hourfrom7:15-2:15am)=$4,480c)extendedserviceonWeds.&Thurs.nights(30weeks)(onerunat12:30am)=$1,200d)FullBusService=$30,400e)TotalCosts=$41,680f)Aux.Servicessubsidyof totalprice=$20,840g)STUDENTASSOCIATION'SCOSTS=$20,840Therefore,itwillbenecessarytotransferadequatefundstoaproperbudgetaryfigure,therefore,Beitenactedthatthesumof$3,540.00betransferedfromSurplusAccount #99 toCentroBusServiceAccount#898toprovideanadequatebudgetaryamountforthisaccount.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSORED BY:Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126p''2'51?Q1aG01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill51PresidentoftheSenatepage2SENATE ACTIONvoteof14y,On,3aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember19,1984Room205HewittUnionPresident _-....c-::-b-/---""'::" Oswego.NewYork13126pI'2'[)241aGOl

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'lJice-pruiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember28,1984Bill52PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,ThestudentAssociationfundsintercollegiateathleticsandWHEREAS,AthleticprogramsbeginorextendintotheJanuaryintersession,and WHEREAS,Studentsparticipatinginthesesportshavenoprovisionsorcompensationformealsduringtheintersession,andWHEREAS,TheAthleticAdvisoryCouncilunanimouslyvotedtorequestfundingfromthestudentAssociationforthisprogramtherefore,BeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollege,ofNewYorkatOswegoallocatethesumoffromSurplusAccount :# toAccount :# (tobeestablisheduponthepassageofthis bIIIf. SUBMITTEDBY:TheAthleticAdvisoryCouncilWalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill52page2 SENATE ACTIONlly,4n,3aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember19,1984DATERoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'2'5121'2GO?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of tlte'1/ice-presiJe"t stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember28,1984Bill53PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheCollegeatOswegohasrecognizedtheimportanceofadiversepopulationandconsequentlytheneedforminorityrecruitment,andWHEREAS,TheThirdWorldCaucusofSASUwillfeatureminorityrecruitmentandretentionmethodsbasedonprogramsthathavebeensuccessfulinotherSUNYschools,andWHEREAS,NeithertheBlackStudentUnionorLatinoshaveconferencelinesintheirbudgets,andWHEREAS, Atwelvedollarregistrationfeeisrequiredfromthosewhowishtoattendthisconference,andWHEREAS,Thisisafinancialhardshiptothemembersoftheaforementionedgroups,therefore,BeitenactedthattheStudentAssocaitionoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegoallocatethesumof$84.00fromAccount # 914toAccount # (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).*note-theamountrequestedwillallowexecutiveboardmembersfromeachorganizationtoattend.SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSORED BY:DanRobinsonLaurelDurhanSENATE ACTION*Voteof26y,On,4aDATEPRESENTED TO PRESIDENT November30,1984*PassedwiththestipulationthataformalreportontheconferencebepresentedtotheSenate.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Pharo'2'5\21'2'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation 0ffie" of 'Vie,,-p,,,,,iJ,,nt stateUniversityCollegeatoswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember5,1984Bill54PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationSenate needs apolicyaboutattendance,therefore,BeitenactedbetheStudentAssociationofSUNYOswegothatsuchapolicybeasfollows:ATTENDANCE'POLICY FORALLS.A.SENATEMEMBERSITEMIRollcallwillbetakentwiceduringasenatesession.Onceatthebeginningofthesession.OnceattheendofthesessionoratlO:OOpmofregularWednesdaynightsessions,whichevercomesfirst.(ThePresidentoftheSenatewillpresenthisowncriteriaofattendanceforspecialsessionsofthesenateorbudgethearings.)Missingofanyofthe two rollcallswillbeequaltoanabsencefromtheSenateforthatday,butasenatorcanonlybecountedabsentonceperthesession.Acertifiedproxycanbeusedtoanswerrollcall"inabsentia".Ifnoproxy,thenanabsenceisnoted.ITEM 2 Rollcallwillbetakenatcommitteemeetings.Failuretomeetrollcallwillequaloneabsence.Aproxycannotbeusedforacommittee.ITEM 3GroundsforexpulsionfromtheSenateonthebasisofattendancewillbe:*absentfromfiveSenateMeetingsOR*absentfromfivecommitteemeetingsTheSenatemayexpelamemberwiththeconcurranceof2/3ofthetotalSenate.Beitfurther enacted thatthisATTENDANCEPOLICY FORALL S.A. SENATEMEMBERSwillbecomeanamendmentoftheby-lawsoftheConstitutionuponapprovalof2/3ofthetotalmembersoftheSenate.SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131269'talE'21'PSA'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill54ADDITIONAL SPONSORS:SENATEACTIONlIn,lOy,3aRobertGhosioRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126pI'?'[)?Q'?CQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of tl.e'Vice-presiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember5,1984Bill55PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,AsmandatedbytheS.A.Constitution,anannualelectionmustbeheld,andWHEREAS,Plans,Datesandlocationsforthiselectionshouldbemadebeforetheendofthissemester,andWHEREAS,Earlyplanningfacilitatesasmootherrunelection,therefore,BeitenactedbytheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegothatthefollowingschedulebeused:Feb.6,1985Feb18thMarch18&19Petitionsavailableatnoonin the S.A.office,allhalldesks,andtheHewittUnionMainOffice.AllpetitionsaredueintheS.A.officeby3:00pm.Electionstobeheldfrom9amto6pm.BeitfurtherenactedthatpollingareaswillbelocatedatallresidencehallsandtheHewittUnion.Thisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislationconcerningelectiondates.SUBMITTED BY:LindaHOo,ElectionsCommitteeChairpersonSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekSENATEACTIONClearlypassedDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember20,1984Date,.A.President IitAb.SigJed by Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''Q'[101'QCQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember5,1984Bill56PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,S.A.encouragesallitsclubsandorganizationstoconductthemselvesinaprofessionalmanner,andWHEREAS,Properofficeequipmentthatisreliableisessentialfortheseorganizationstoconductbusinessinsaidmanner;andWHEREAS,ThetypewritercurrentlyusedbytheBlackStudentUnionisoldandprintsinaveryunusualstyle,andWHEREAS,Thetypewriternolongerworks,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoallocatethesumof$168.86fromContingencyAccount#914toAccount# (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,S.A.Vice-PresidentSPONSORED BY:DanRobinsonSENATE ACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offi"" of ti,eCVi",,-p,,,siJ,,nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember5,1984Bill57PresidentoftheSenateWhereas,StudentgovernmentatOswegohas,throughtheyears,takenonmanyresponsibilitiesandWhereas,Studentparticipationincollegegovernanceservestoenhanceourabilitytoinformthestudentbodyandtoeffectivelyrespondtotheirneeds,andWhereas,havingonly2electedmembersoftheexecutivebranchhindersourabilitytorespondtotheneedsof;thesenateanditscommittees,theconcernswehavestatewide,andouowncollegegovernance,therefore,BeitenactedbytheS.A.senateoftheS.U.N.Y.CollegeatOswegothatwecreatethepositionofVICE PRESIDENTforACADEMICAFFAIRS.ThispositionwillassumethestudentseatsdesignatedfortheVICE PRESIDENToftheStudentAssociationontheFacultyAssembly,theAuxiliaryServicesboard,andshallcoordinateacademicaffairsatOswegoBeitfurtherenactedthatthispositionwillfirstbechosenintheSpring'85allcampuselections,andwillbechoseninthesamemanner,andunderthesameguidlinesasthePresidentofS.A.&thecurrentVicePresidentialposition.BeitfurtherenactedthatthisisanadditiontotheStudentAssociationandnotasubstitutionforanyotherposition.Attachedyouwillfinda memoonthisbill,tobeincludedwiththelegislation.*Thissupercedesany&allpreviouslegislation.SUBMITTED BY:JimDingleySPONSORED BY:MichaelNemecekRoom205HewittUnionWITHDRAWNOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of lIicepreg;jent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember12,1984Bill58WHEREAS,Gradesaretheprivatematterofstudents,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationhasnorealrighttoinvestigatetherecordsofanystudent,andWHEREAS,Inspiteofthis,StudentAssociationshouldprotecttheacademicinterestsofitsmembers,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateuniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegothatonallelectionpetitionsforS.A.offices,personswillberequiredtoanswerthequestion"DOyouhaveacununulativeaverageabovea2.0yesorno",andifelected,anoticewillbesenttotheacademicadvisorofthepersoninformingtheadvisorofthatperson'selection,andtheadvisorwillvarifythisfact.*Beitfurtherenactedthata2.0minimumcumulativeaverageisrequiredinordertoholdanelectedpositionintheStudentAssociation.*PresidentandVicePresidentmusthavea2.2inordertoholdoffice.SUBMITTED BY:RulesCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaRobertGhosiojr.SENATE ACTIONl2y,In,7aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruaryll,1985Room205HewittUnions ey if&4-... Date y Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of tt'ic,,-p,."siJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember12,1984Bill59PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,ThisparticularfiscalyearhaswitnessedasignificantamountofexpenditureswhichhavehadtobedisbursedoutoftheStudentAssociationContingencyAccount,andWHEREAS,ItisonlylogicaltoassumethattherewillbeseveraladditionalContingencyAccountexpendituresthatwillhavetobemadebetweennowandJune30,1985, ana WHEREAS,ForthepurposesofcomplyingwithSUNYBoardofTrusteesGuidelines,andStudentAssociationpolicies,theStudentAssociationwilldesiretoensurethatthereareadequatefundsinthisContingencyAccount,andWHEREAS,AtthepresentbalanceoftheContingencyAccount,wewillundoubtedlyseethisaccount -go intothe red, thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount #912, toContingencyAccount #914 forthepurposesofprovidinganadequateamountintheContingencyAccounttocarryusthroughthe1984-1985FiscalYear.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:JenniferCareyLynnChadwickSENATE ACTIONVoteofl8y,On,laDATEPRESENTED TO PRESIDENTFebruary8,1985Room205HewittUnion .....ob.('. President t//2"P.rDateSignedby Oswego,NewYork13126Dbc n'2'F'24'2'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of the'1!ice-president StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember 12, 1984PresidentoftheSenateBill#60WHEREAS,Senatebill#35of The 16thlegislativeSessionoftheStudentAssociationofTheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoestablishedapolicythatTheMen'sorWomen'sIntercollegiateAthleticsProgramshereatSUNY-Oswegowillreceive25%oftheStudentAssociations'operatingbudgetfortheFiscalYear,andWHEREAS,WiththecurrentenrollmentprojectionsforFY19851986,therewillbeabout6,270full-timeundergraduatestudentsresultinginanoperatingbudgetprojectionforFY1985-1986oftheStudentAssociationof$560,950.00,andWHEREAS,Assumingthattheactivityfeewillremainat$85,thiswillresultinanoperatingbudgetfortheIntercollegiateAthleticsProgramsof $140,237.50, whichis$9,056.70lessthenwhattheyreceivedin1983-1984,andWHEREAS,Conversationswiththedirectorsforeachrespectivedepartments,haveindicatedthatinthefaceofincreasingcosts,itwillnotbepossibletomaintainthelevelandqualityoftheIntercollegiateAthleticsProgramswiththeprojectedoperatingbudgetof$140,237.50,andWHEREAS,OurgoalsaretoensurestablefundingfortheIntercollegiateAthleticsPrograms,resultinginqualityteamscompetingforandrepresentingOswegoState,thereforeBeitenactedthatforthe1985-1986FiscalYear,thepercentagewhichIntercollegiateAthleticswillreceiveoftheStudentAssociations'operatingbudgetbechangedfrom25%to26%.(ThisbillsupercedesBill#35ofthe16thlegislativeSession,butthisbillispassedwiththestipulationthatthischangebeeffectivesolelyforthe1985-1986FiscalYear.FuturedecisionsonpotentialpercentagechangeswilldependonfutureprojectedRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pi'2'6\21'2GO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill#60Page2enrollmentfigures,andshouldtheseenrollmentfigurescontinuetodeclineitisunderstoodthatthispercentagepolicywillbere-evaluated.)SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekw/26%=$145,847.00willbetheiroperatingbudgetW/25%= 140,237. 50""" "." ( ) ** BillpassedwiththestipulationthattheSenatebecommittedtothisfigureuntiltheS.A.budgearyoblemissolved.SENATEACTION19y,In,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember20, 1984Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126ph'2'5'21'1GOl

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of tI."CVic,,-pmiJ<:nt stateUniversityCollege OswegoSenate20thLegilativeSession20thMeetingDecember12,1984Bill61PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationattheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoemploysandbenefitstremendouslyfromtheservicesofseveralprofessionalstaffemployees,andWHEREAS,Throughtheircontinuityinemploymentfromyeartoyear,andthroughtheirresultingknowledgeofStudentAssociationpoliciesandprocedures,theofficersandstaffoftheStudentAssociation,aswellasthestudentswhotheyworkwithare,andwillcontinuetobenefitgreatlyfromtheirtalentsandexpertise,andWHEREAS,TherearecurrentlytwospecificmembersoftheStudentAssociationwhoareinadequatelycompensated,andifwearetoprovidepropermotivationedincentivesforthepersonneltocontinuetodesiretostaywith,andbeproductivefortheStudentAssociation,wemustaddresstheseinadequacies,andWHEREAS,ThesetwoindividualsareMrs.CyndiaDonovanwhohasagreedtotakeonaddedresponsibilities,andMrs.BeverlyO'ConnellwhohasnothadanincreaseinherhourlywagessinceshewashiredbytheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,ThetangibleandintangiblebenefitsoftheircontinuedemploymentwillbecontinuedtobeenjoyedbyallpersonsincontactwiththeStudentAssociation,therefore,Beitenactedthatthesumof350.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount #914 toAccount#709(Executivereceptionist)forthepurposesofgivingthisemployeeafifty-centsraiseinherhourlywages,andBeitfurtherenactedthatthesumof1,500.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#914toAccount#730(Bookeeper'ssalary)forthepurposesofprovidingadequatecompensationfortheassumptionofadditionalresponsibilitiesaswellastheadditionalhourswhichwillbeworkedinconjunctionwiththecarryingoutoftheseadditionalresponsibilities.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phORO'2'5)29 'aG01

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SSOCIATIONBill61page2 SUBMITTED BY:TheExecutiveBranchPresidentoftheSenateSPONSOREDBY: TomRussoTerryKenealySENATE ACTIONClearlypassedDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary11,1985Room205HewittUnion President /f?SOswego,NewYork13126Db'2'6'21'2Go '

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociation Office oftl.eCVice-'PresiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary6,1985Bill62WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationVolunteerAmbulanceCorps(SAVAC)isafundedorganizationwithintherealmoftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,SAVACmaintainsanambulancedriverandvehicleinsurancepolicywithMcDonough-McCormack-Wright,Inc.ofOswego,andWHEREAS,ThisyearthecostofmaintainingthispolicythroughtheTravelersCompanywillcost$2,274.00,whichis$774.00morethanthisyear'sbudgetedamountof$1,500.00,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNew York, CollegeatOswegothatthesumof$774.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#914toSAVACInsuranceAccount#879toprovideenoughmoneyinthisaccounttosatisfyourinsuranceobligationswiththeTravelersCompany. .y s / Datesi SENATEACTIONVoteofl6y,In,laDATEPRESENTEDTO PRESIDENT February8,1985SUBMITTED BY:SteveAndersen,ChairmanoftheBoardofOperations,SAVACPeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:MikePooleRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of CVice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary6,1985Bill63PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheProgramFundContingencyAccountwasestablishedbyBill31ofthislegislativesession,andWHEREAS,Oneofthepurposesofthiscontingencyaccountistoprovidemeansforfundingclubswhichhaveorganizedtheiractivitiesafterbudgetdeadlineshavepassed,andWHEREAS,Onesuchclub,TheSocietyofWomenManagers,whichwasfundedin1983-l984,hasorganizeditsactivitiesfortheSpring1985semester,andwishestopresentitslistofplannedactivitiesforthissemesterinhopesthattheSenatewillgrantthenecessaryfunding,andWHEREAS,ThefollowingisalistofthescheduledactivitieswhichtheSocietyofWomenManagershasplannedfortheSpring1985semester.Event1Speaker-PublicRelationsTopic,speakerwillbecomingfromMillerBreweries.Honorarium-$10.00Advertising$10.00 Event2Speaker-fromAlcanCorp.,speakingonAccounting.Honorarium-$25.00Advertising&off.supplies-$7.00Event3Speaker-fromtelevisionstationWCNY.Honorarium$25.00 Advertising-$5.00Event4Speaker-ProductionControl,Pepsi-ColaCo.,Syracuse,NYHonorarium$25.-,;>0 Advertising&off.supplies$5.00 Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126ph'2'5'21'2Gol

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill63$20-PostagethereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenate,thatthesumof$132.00betransferredfromprogramFundcontingencyAccount #913, toSocietyofWomenManagersAccount #978, tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.SUBMITTED BY:DorothyA.Vickery,Pres.,SocietyWomenManagersDebbiepopish,Treasurer,SocietyofWomenManagersPeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickSENATEACTION21',la,OnDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary15,1985Room205HewittUnion .... / .../.. .. esD'President ..../{[rDate Oswego,NewYork13126PhORe'2'6\211269'

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of tI.epresiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary6,1985Bill64PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Itisimportantthatabudgetcouncilbeappointedtoresearchandeventuallyrecommendaproposedbudgetfortheupcomingfiscalyear,andWHEREAS,Byinitiallyhearingthebudgetrequests,thebudgetcouncilwillbeabletomakeindividualorganizationalbudgetrecommendations,andWHEREAS,ThebudgetcouncilproceedingswillbegininearlyFebruary,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,thatthecompositionofthe1985budgetcouncilbeasfollows:PeterDevine,Dir.ofFinance(Chairman)JamesDingley,S.A.PresidentWalterBowler, VicePresidentJohnDeighan,S.A.Ass'tDir.ofFinanceDebbieGreene,S.A.Ass'tDir.ofFinanceJeffJones,S.A.Ass'tDir.ofFinanceSuzanneKwasniewski,Ass'ttoPres.JanineFranier,Ass'ttoPres.LynnChadwick,S.A.SenatorTerryKenealy,S.A.SenatorDanEdwards,S.A.SenatorRobertGhosio,S.A.SenatorSuzieWongJimMillerSUBMITTED BY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSORED BY:LynnChadwick,HartHallSenatorRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhaRO'2'5\2412

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill64SENATEACTION14y,2n,3aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary8,1985DateSignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Obc'2'6\ 2412

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'L'ice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary6,1985Bill65PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheWomen'sCenteriscurrentlyprovidingrapecrisisinterventionandadvocacyservicesforthecollegecommunity,andWHEREAS,TheycurrentlyrenttwobeepersfromtheFiresideAnsweringServiceCo.for27.00amontheach,andWHEREAS,Thebeepershavebeeninserviceformorethanthreemonths,andWHEREAS,Theyarenoweligibletobuythebeepersathalftheoriginalcost,makingthecosttobuythesebeepers125.00each,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeofNewYorkatOswegotransfer$250.00fromFixedAssetsAccount # 912toTheWomen'sCenterAccount#896 SUBMITTED BY:TheWomen'sCenterSPONSOREDBY:LauraDonnellySENATEACTIONClearlyPassedPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary15,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126phOp?'2'5\21'2'

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office oftl.e'Vice-pt'esiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary6,1985Bill66SouthAfricanBillPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,AllcorporationsinvestinginsouthAfricasupportagenocidalandracistregime,andWHEREAS,AmericaninvestmentsinSouthAfrica,throughcooperationwithproponentsandupholdersofapartheid,supportsystematicoppression,andWHEREAS,StudentAssociationrecognizesconflictinSUNY'sidealsasaninstitutionofhighereducationanditssupport,throughinvestment,ofasystemwhichblatantlysuppressesintellectualgrowth,andWHEREAS,Theavailabilitynowexistsfor the totaldivestitureoforganizationsonthiscampus-AuxiliaryServices,StudentAssociationandothers,andWHEREAS,StudentAssociationrecognizesandsupportstheBlackSouthAfricanLiberationOrganizations'rejectionofthe"SullivanPrinciple",whichstatesthatastrongereconomywillfurtherblackequality.Webelievetheoppressedblacksaremostabletojudgethebestmeasuresfortheirliberation,thereforeBEITRESOLVED:thattheStudentAssociationcondemsanddenouncestheracistregimeofSouthAfrica;BEITENACTED:ThatwedivestourselvesofallbanksthatdobusinesswithSouthAfrica,andBEITFURTHERENACTED:ThattheStudentAssociationshallupholdsuchdivestmentandperiodicallyreviewthebackgroundsofthefinancialinstitutionswhereouraccountsareheldtopreventourfundseverbenefittingbanksthatdobusinesswithSouthAfrica.SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126PhaRO'216\21' 2691

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill66JimDingley,S.A.PresidentBlackStudentUnionSPONSOREDBY:TheEntire20thLegislativeSessionSenateSENATEACTIONDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary13,1985 I?ff-Date Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Pbog e'215\2112691

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Of[;""ofCVi",,-pruiJ".. tStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary13,1985Bill67PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,ThereisanenormousamountofworkthatmustbedoneduringtheSummer,bytheExecutivebranch,inordertocoordinatetheprojectsandeventsoftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,Thepresidentis the onlyelectedofficermandatedtospendhis/herSummerinOswego,andWHEREAS,ThispastSummertheStudentAssociationPresidentwasinOswegowithouteitheranassistantortheVicePresidentandwasforcedtohireanemergencySummer assistant: thereforeBeitenactedbytheSenateoftheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegothatthevicePresidentberequiredtospendtheSummerinOswegofromthesummerof1985on.ThisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislationconcerningthedutiesoftheVicePresident.SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Officll of tI,"'Vicll-prll6iJ"",t StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary13,1985Bill68PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheSenateagreedaretreatwasneededtoreorientateS.A.memberstogroupinteractionandproblemsolving,andWHEREAS,Thefinalarrangementswithfoodserviceweremade,bynecessity,afterthelastSenatemeetingofthefall,thereforeBeitenactedbytheSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegothatthesumof$175betransferredfromContingencyAccount914toRetreatExpenseAccount #918 tocoverthecostsofmealsfromtheRetreat.CoffeeandDoughnutsfor35peopleatBoxlunchesfor35people@3.75eachTotalSUBMITTEDBY:ExecutiveBranch$43.75$131.25$175.00 'I SPONSOREDBY:Lynn /( SENATEACTION Clearlypassed PresidentDATEPPESENTED TO PRESIDENT f./"2;l1( / tftj--February27,1985Date s1gned byPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone'2'5\3D'2601

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of tt."'lJic,,-p,esiJ"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary13,1985Bill69PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Itisimportantthatabudgetcouncilbeappointedtoresearchandreccommendaproposedbudgetfortheupcomingfiscalyear,andWHEREAS,ThefinancialsituationoftheStudentAssociationdoesvaryfromyeartoyear,andWHEREAS,Itisimportantthateachlegislativesessionbeabletodefinethecompositionofitsbudgetcouncil,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego,thateachlegislativesession,throughcooperationwiththeexecutivebranch,determinethecompositionoftheirrespectivebudgetcouncilBeitfurtherenactedthatthecompositionofthe1985bUdgetcouncilbeasfollows:PeterDevine,Dir.ofFinance(Chair)JamesDingley,S.A.Pres.WalterBowler,S.A.VicePres.JohnDeighan,S.A.Ass'tDir.ofFinanceDebbiegreene,S.A.Ass'tDir.ofFinanceJeffJones,S.A.Ass'tDir.ofFinanceSuzanneKwasniewski,Ass'ttoPres.JanineFranier,LynnChadwick,S.A.SenatorTerryKenealy,S.A.SenatorSuzieWongJimMillerSUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,VicePresidentSPONSORED BY:LynnChadwickRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill69SENATEACTIONClearlyPassedJamesDingley,S.A.PresidentDatePresentedtoPresidentFebruary15,1985Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of tl"'lIia-pruiJmt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary20,1985Bill70PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,AllStudentAssociationorganizationsarerequiredtomeettheirincomelines,andWHEREAS,TheincomelineforWOCRduringthe1984fiscalyearwas$2500,andWHEREAS,WOCRhasalreadymettheirincomeline,andWHEREAS,WOCRhasalreadysignedcontractsforanaaaiti6nal$2580overtheir' incbmec_lihe, WHEREAS,ThesalesoutlookforWOCRforthe1985springsemesterisoptimisitic,thereforeBeitenactedthateachmemberoftheExecutiveBoardofWOCRshallreceiveasalaryfromtheStudentAssociationbasedonapercentageofeach$1,000madeaboveWOCR'sincomelineaccordingtothefollowingfiguresbasedonthesumof$2,580.KevinJ.MurrayGeneralManager17%=$340SteveEnge;sonSalesManager15%=$300MarkLobelProgramDirector15%=$300NancyBergerBusinessManager12%=$240GarethFarleyProductionManager9%=$180GaryZabranskyPromotionsManager9%=$180WendyCobrdaNewsDirector5%=$100DeirdreMcGowanMusicDirector5%=$100MarkLobelChiefEngineer4%=$80BarbStaubCommunityAffairsDirector2%=$40JoeQuotrochieSportsDirector2%=$40SarahPeschelTrafficsDirector2%=$40AmyGriffinOperationsManager2%=$40SUBMITTED BY:KevinMurray,GeneralManager,WOCRSPONSOREDBY:"Berni MahonyFAILEDRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phose'2'5\20' 2601

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'lJice-'PregiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary20,1985Bill71PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationBudgetCouncilmustconvenetohear,researchanddebatethevariousbudgetrequestswhicharesubmittedbythevariousorganizationscomprisingtheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,TheCouncilhasfounditinconvenienttobeginitsproceedingsanoon,whichisthetimethattheHewittUnionofficiallyopens,andWHEREAS,ThecouncilwouldliketobeginitsproceedingsearlierthusrequiringtheStudentAssociationtopayfortheovertimeputinbytheHewittUnionStudentDirector,ThereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$42betransferredfromContingencyaccount914toBudgetCouncilExpenseAccountwithwhichtheStudentAssociationcanpayfortheovertimeservicesoftheHewittUnionStudentDirectors.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwick,TerryKenealy,SENATEACTION23y,2a,OnDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary27,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary20,1985Bill72PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS:ToinformstudentsabouttheissuessurroundingSUNYanditsBudgetProcessisveryimportant,andWHEREAS:TheFederalBudgetProcesshasalsocometohavegreatimpactontheoutlookofhighereducation,andWHEREAS:Theproposed21yearolddrinkingage,anddivestmentofSUNYhavealsobecomeimportantissuesinthisyear'sSenate,andWHEREAS:WehavemotivatedstudentsinourSASUChapterandtheyshouldworkonstatewideeffortstoorganize,educate,andactivatetherestofthiscampus,thereforeBeitenactedbytheS.A.SenateoftheS.U.N.Y.CollegeatOswegothatthesumof$180.00beallocatedfromcontingencyaccount#914toaccount#(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurposeofattendingtheSASULEGISLATIVECONFERENCEonFebruary24 -26inAlbany.SUBMITTED BY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:DianeGilliganJenniferCareySENATE ACTION17y,4a,OnDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENFebruary21,1985Room205HewittUnionPresidentDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phana(215)211269 '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssocuationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary20,1985atOswegoBill 7"J WHEREAS,bill55,aspassedbythe20thlegislativesession,setthehoursthatthepollswillbeopenat9a.m.to6p.m.,andWHEREAS,Researchhasshownthatvoterturnoutdoesnotchangewhenthepollsareopenlonger,andWHEREAS,Longerhoursonlyservetotaxourresources,thereforeBeitenactedthatthehoursthepollsareopenbechangedfrom9amto6pmtolOamto5pmonMarch18thand19th1985*SUBMITTED BY:LindaHoo,ElectionsChairWalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:JohnNemeceklegislationIeS. Date*ThislegislationsupercedeSallconcerningpollhours. ./f/, DATEPRESENTED TO. PRESIDENTFebruary27,1985SENATEACTION17y,3a,OnRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phasa'2'5\2'269 '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation O/Iia 0/ 'Vice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary27,1985Bill74PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,TheUniversitypolicygoverningstudentactivityfeesrequiresthatareferendumbeheldeveryfouryears,andThereferendumwilldecidewhetherthestudentactivityfeeshallremainmandatoryorbecomevoluntary,andThisreferendumshouldberunincompliancewiththeestablishedprocedureofourcampusforelectionsandreferendums,andTheprocedureconsistsofbill3ofthe17thlegislativesessionandallsubsequentbillsthatsupplementit,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatontheballotfortheSpring1985electionsthereferendumshallalsoappearasfollows:A.ThattheStudentActivityFeebeMANDATORYforallstudents.B.ThattheStudentActivityFeebeVOLUNTARYforallstudents.SUBMITTED BY:JimDingley,S.A.PresidentWalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentPeterDevine,S.A.DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickTonyFerrerSENATEACTIONPassed18y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch13,1985Room205HewittUnionJamesDingley,S.A.PresidentDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phono'2'5\21J2691

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of 'l/ice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary27,1985Bill75PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,Universitypolicygoverningstudentactivityfeesrequiresthatareferendumbeheld,andThereferendumshalldecidewhetherthestudentactivityfeewillbemandatoryorbecomevoluntary,andThisyear'selectionaccountwasnotsetuptoincludepublicityforthereferendum,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegothatthesumof209.40betransferredfromContingencyAccount#914toElectionsAccount#forthepurposeofadvertising fqr theS.A.referendumconcerningtheS.A.fee,andthat$209.40willbeusedforthefollowing:1fullpageOswegonianad@11/2pageoswegonianad@PostersTotal$89.60 $44.80$75.00$209.40SUBMITTED BY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickDavidMcNallyJenniferCareySENATE ACTIONClearlyPassedDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch13,1985Room205HewittUnionsDingleyS.President Oswego,NewYork13126Phono'215'213601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Ofk,,,nftI."CVi",,-pr"siJ"nt StateUniversltyCollege Htaswego Senate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary27,1985Bill76PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheproperperformanceofS.A.requiresthatitsexecutivesremainondutyduringtheSummerbreak, '0. '.THEREFOREBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego,thatthePresident,VicePresidentandDirectorofFinance,remainondutyduringtheSummerbreak.BeitFurtherenacted,thattheStudentAssociationwillallocatefundsinitsannualbudgettoprovidefortheexpensesincurredbytheStudentAssociationexecutivesinrelationtotheirstayinOswegoduringtheSummerbreak.(theamountwillbereviewedannuallyduringthebudgetaryprocess.)Thisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislation.SUBMITTEDBY:RulesCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phose'2'5\21260'

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of'l!ice-preg;Jent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary27,1985Bill77PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,TheenhancementofCollege-CommunityrelationsisapriorityoftheStudentAssociation,andProvidingentertainmentforBigBandNite(April13thattheD.A.Lodge)willprovideforbetterinteractionbetweenstudentsandcityofficialsandresidents,andThisentertainmentinadditiontopriorparticipationinExchangeDay1984willaidinenhancingcommunicationsbetweentherespectivegroups,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$675.00betransferrefromContingencyAccount #914 toCommunityRelationsAccount #908. Thebreakdownoftheaforementionedeventisasfollows:TheNickSterioBandfor1evening $575.00 Total $575.00 SUBMITTED BY:TheCommunityRelationsCommitteeSuzanneKwasnewski,AssistanttothePresidentDonHarrisonWalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentJimDingley,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:JenniferCareyDianeGilliganSENATEACTIONClearlyPassedDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch13,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhOR?'2] 6' 2412601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary26,1985PresidentoftheSenateBill78WHEREAS:therearemanystudentemployees,(thetermemployees,asusedhere,excludesthePresidentandVicePresidentbecausetheyareelected)intheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS:StudentAssociationisanequalopportunityemployer,andWHEREAS:presentlytheStudentAssociationhasnoformedguidelinesfortheimplementationandenforcementofAffirmativeActionintheareaofpersonnel,andWHEREAS:thereisnoofficeorofficertosupervisehiringprocedures(announcementfoavailableposition(s),interviewprocess,etc.)usedbythevariousorganizationsintheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS:theStudentAssociation,asaresponsiblebusinessentity,shouldhavebothanenumeratedplanforAffirmativeActionandapersonnelofficertoenforcethatplanandoverseeageneralpersonnelpolicy,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegocreatethepositionofDirector or PersonnelandUntraditionalConcerns.ThispositionshallbeestablishedintheExecutiveBranchandcreatethePersonnelDivision.ThedutiesoftheDirectorofPersonnelandUntraditionalConcerns,hereafterknownastheDirectorofUntraditionalConcerns,shallbeasfollows:1.ThisofficershallbeempoweredtoserveastheAffirmativeActionofficerandMinorityAffairsCoordinator or theStudentAssociation.2.TheDirectorofUntraditionalConcernsshallbeappointedbythePresidentoftheStudentAssociation.ThePresidentshallataregularSenatemeetingimmediatelyfollowinghis/herappointmentoftheDirectorreporttheappointmenttotheSenate.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill78,con't.February26,1985TheSenatemayapproveorrefusetheappointmentbysimplemajorityvote.TheSenatemaypostponeconsiderationforoneweek(by2/3vote).IfatthesecondmeetingafternotificationtheSenatedoesnottakeactiontheappointmentshallbevalid.3.TheDirectorofUntraditionalConcernsmaybeimpeachedfollowingthesameproceduresusedfortheotherexecutive 4.TheDirectorofUntraditionalConcernsshallhavethefollowingdutiesandresponsibilities:a)ShalloverseeandcoordinatetheMinorityGroupsthroughthefollowingchannels:1)ShallChairtheMinorityTaskForceBoard.2)ShallserveasanexofficiomemberoftheSABudgetCommittee.3)ShallserveasanadvocateoftherecognizedminoritystudentgroupstotheExecutiveBranchoftheStudentAssociationaswellastheSenate.4)Shall,inconjunctionwiththeDirectorofFinance,beresponsibleforcommunicatingallSAgroupandfinancialpoliciesandregulationstotheminoritygroups.5)Shall,inconjunctionwiththeDirectorofPPB,assisttheMinoritygroupswiththeirprogramming.6)Shallalsoassisttheminoritygroupsinthefol. lowingways:I)Establishingonetoonecontactwithgroups.II)Holdingregularmeetingswithgroupleaderstodiscussdifferentissuesandprogramplans.III)Workwiththegroupsin preparing historiesandassessmentofpastprogramsforthewritingoftheirbudgets.IV)Workwiththegroupstoorganizeandexecutemajorbudgetedprograms.7)Shallserveasaresourcepersontotheminoritygroupsaswellashostingaplace for studentstoairtheirconcerns.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phona'2'5\21 2'01

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3Bill 78:1 con't.February 26:1 19858)Shallworktowardgreaterinvolvementofminoritystudentsfunctioning in'the StudentAssociation.9)Shallhelpthegroupsdevelopasenseofcontinuitybyassistingtheminclarifyinggroupgoalsandobjectivesaswellasencouragingthegroupstodevelopandmaintainasenseofgrouphistoryandachievements.1.ThereisherebyestablishedintheMinorityAffairsDivisiontheMinorityAffairsTaskForce.TheMinorityAffairsTaskForceshallbetheadvisorybodytotheCoordinatorofMinorityAffairsfortheStudentAssociation.TheMinorityAffairsCoordinatorshallserveastheChairpersonoftheTaskForce.2.TheMinorityAffairsTaskForceshallhavethefollowingdutiesandresponsibilities:a)WorkinconjunctionwithotherofficersanddepartmentsoftheStudentAssociation.TheDivisionforStudent Affairs:l MultiCulturalCommitteeandtheAffirmativeActionOffice,todealwithconcernsofminoritycollegestudents.b)ShallbecomposedoftworepresentativesfromeachofthevariousSArecognizedminoritystudentorganizationsoncampus.Thesegroupsshallincludebutnotbelimitedto:1.BSU2.GALA3.WomensCenter4.Latinos5.ISA6.OSP7.JSU8.VeteranJsAffairs9.SAMSc)Serveasanadvocateforallminoritystudentconcerns;particularlywithregardtoissuesofdiscrimination,inadequateormisrepresentationandracismoncampuswithinstudentorganizationsandotherwise.d)Beresponsibleformakingsurethatminoritystudentsarerepresentedincollegecommitteesandallorganizations3.TheMinorityAffairsCoordinatormayberemovedbya2/3voteofSenate.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4Bill78,con't.February26,19854.TheDirectorofUntraditionalConcernsshallnormallyserveduringtheninemonthsoftheschoolyearunlessdirectedbythePresidentandtheSenate.5.Thepositionshallcarryastipendof$800.00tobepaidontheregularpayperiodsoftheStudentAssociation.Thesalaryiscompensationforservicesrendered.6.ATravelAccountshallbeestablishedtoallowtheofficertoworkwiththeappropriatecaucusesofSASUandattendconferences.(e.g.SASU-ThirdWorld,Women'sCaucus)7.Officesupplies-toallowforproperpublicityforSAjobopeningsandcorrespondencewiththemanydepartmentsofStudentAssociation.8.Telephone-allowscontactswithappropriateagenciesandcaucuses. accbunt that requireswrittendocumentationorthatwilllastonalong-termbasis.SUBMITTED BY: The BranchSPONSOREDBY:Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Pbosa'a'S)241260'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offi"" of 'lIi",,-pru;}""t stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary26,1985Bill78PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Therearemanystudentemployees,(thetermemployees,asusedhere,excludesthePresidentandVicePresidentbecausetheyareelected)intheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,StudentAssociationisanequalopportunityemployer,andWHEREAS,PresentlytheStudentAssociationhasnoformedguidelinesfortheimplementationandenforcementofAffirmativeActionintheareaofpersonnel,andWHEREAS,Thereisnoofficeorofficertosupervisehiringprocedures(announcementforavailableposition(s),interviewprocessetc.)usedbythevariousorganizationsintheStudentassociationandWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociation,asaresponsiblebusinessentity,shouldhavebothanenumeratedplanforAffirmativeActionandapersonnelofficertoenforcethatplanandoverseeageneralpersonnelpolicy,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegocreatethepositionofDirectorofPersonnelandAffirmativeAction.ThispositionshallbeestablishedintheExecutiveBranchandcreatethePersonnnelDivision.ThedutiesoftheDirectorofPersonnelandAffirmativeAction,hereafterknownastheDirectorofPersonnel,shallbeasfollows:1.ThisofficershallbeempoweredtoserveastheAffirmativeActionOfficerandMinorityAffairsCoodinatoroftheStudentAssociation.2.TheDirectorofPersonnelshallbeappointedbythePresidentoftheStudentAssociation.ThePresidentshallataregularSenatemeetingimmediatelyfollowinghis/herappointmentoftheDirectorreporttheappointmenttotheSenate.TheSenatemayapproveorrefusetheappointmentbysimplemajorityvote.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone f315' 341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill78Page2TheSenatemaypostponeconsiderationforoneweek(by2/3vote).IfatthesecondmeetingafternotificationtheSenatedoesnottakeactiontheappointmentshallbevalid.3.TheDirectorofPersonnelmaybeimpeachedfollowingthesameproceduresusedfortheotherexecutiveofficers.4.TheDirectorofPersonnnelshallhavethefollowingdutiesandresponsibilities:a)ShalloverseeandcoordinatetheMinorityGroupsthroughthefollowingchannels:1)ShallChairtheMinorityTaskForceBoard.2)ShallserveasanexofficiomemberoftheS.A.BudgetCouncil.3)ShallserveasanadvocateoftherecognizedminoritystudentgroupstotheExecutiveBranchoftheStudentAssociationaswellastheSenate.4)Shall,inconjunctionwiththeDirectorofFinance,beresponsibleforcommunicatingallS.A.groupandfinancialpoliciesandregulationstotheminoritygroups.5)Shall,actasanadvocatewiththePPBDirctor,toassisttheMinoritygroupswith their programming.6)Shallalsoassist a1.1S\AI,urildedgroups inthefollowingways:I)HelpenlightenotherS.A./collegegroupsaboutthevariousminoritygroups,theirprogramsandtheirconcerns.II)Holdingregularmeetingswithgroupleaderstodiscussdifferentissuesandprogramplans.III)Beavailabletoassistthegroupsinpreparinghistoriesandassessmentofpastprogramsforthewritingoftheirbudgets.IV)Workwiththegroupstoorganizeandexecutemajorbudgetedprograms.7)Shallserveasresourcepersontotheminoritygroupsaswellashostingaplaceforminoritystudentstoairtheirconcerns.8)ShallworktowardgreaterinvolvmentofminoritystudentsfunctioningintheStudentAssociation.9)ShallbeavailabletothegroupstoassistinclarifyinggroupgoalsandobjectivesthatareconsistentwiththeirstatusandfunctioningasanS.A.organization.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126Ph09A '315\341-36Q1

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3Bill781.ThereisherebyestablishedintheMinorityAffairsDivisiontheMinorityAffairsTaskForce.TheMinorityAffairsTaskForceshallbetheadvisorybodytotheDirectorofPersonnelfortheStudentAssociation.ThePersonnelDirectorshallserveasthechairpersonoftheTaskForce.2.TheMinorityAffairsRaskForceshallhavethefollowingdutiesandresponsibilities:a)WorkinconjunctionwithotherofficersanddepartmentsoftheStudentAssociation.AlsoworkwiththeDivisionforStudentAffairs,thefacultyMultiCulturalCommitteeandtheAffirmativeActionOffice,todealwithconcernsofMinorityStudents.b)ShallbecomposedoftworepresentativesfromeachofvariousSArecognizedminoritystudentorganizationsoncampus.Thesegroupsshallincludebutnotbelimitedto:1.BSU2.GALA3.Women'sCenter4.Latinos5.ISA6.JSUWillberesponsibleforcontactingalldepartmentsandotherNonS.A.organizationsthatdealwithspecialpopulationssuchasOSP,theAdvisementCenter,NonTraditionalStudentUnion,etc.andrequestingtheirrepresenatationontheTaskForce,givingallinformationtothem,andprocessinganygrievencestheymayhave.c)Serveasanadvocateforallminoritystudentconcerns;particularlywithregardtoissuesofdiscrimination,inadequateormisrepresentationandracismoncampuswithinstudentorganizationsandotherwise.d)Beresponsibleformakingsureminoritystudentsarerepresentedincollegecommitteesandallorganizations.3.TheDirectorofPersonnelshallnormallyserveduringtheninemonthsoftheschoolyearunlessdirectedbythePresidentandtheSenate.4.Thepositionshallcarryastipendof$800.00tobepaidontheregularpayperiodsoftheStudentAssociation.TheSalaryiscompensationforservicesrendered.5.AtravelaccountshallbeestablishedtoallowtheofficertoworkwiththeappropriatecaucusesofSASUandattendconferences.(e.g.SASU -ThirdWorld,Women'sCaucus)6.Officesupplies-toallowforproperpublicityforS.A.jobopeningsandcorrespondencewiththemanydepartmentsofS.A.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phage13151341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4Bill787.Telephone-allowscontactswithappropriateagenciesandcaucuses.8.Postage-thisaccountisforcorrespondendencesthatrequireswrittendocumentationorthatwilllastonalongtermbasis.9.Alsowillhavetheoption,asthesituationdeemsnecessary,tohireasassistantoraninternshiptobehis/heraidandliasontoallgroups.SUBMITTEDBY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:LucyCollins :=....'r"":-.:"-'r_ '..-'__.:...: SENATEACTIONPassedbyvoteof9y,8a,DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch22,1985Room205HewittUnionDateSignedby Oswego,NewYork13126Phage m 5\341-3501

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-prudent State CollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingPresidentoftheSenateBill79WHEREAS:theNYSWomen'sStudiesConferencewillbeheldonApril 21atSUNY WHEREAS:thisconferencewilloffer staffandcommunitymembersauniquechancetolearnaboutwomen's currentworkintheareaofwomen's WHEREAS:therearenofundsforentertainmentforthisconfer WHEREAS;allotheravenuesforfundinghavebeen thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof betransferredfromSurplusAccountNo.99toWomen'sCenterAccount NO._ (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).SUBMITTED BY:JimDingleyWomen'sCenterSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickJanineFrainierSENATEACTIONPassed8y,5n,6aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch13,1985Room205HewittUnionesDingley &;A. President DateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of tle'lJice-president StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary27,1985Bill80PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationFinanceDepartmentendeavorstorecordandmaintainaccuraterecordsfortheStudentAssociation,andPresentlytwooftheFinanceDepartment'scalculatingmachinesareinunrepairablecondition,andTheFinanceDepartment.needstoacquirecalculatingmachinesthatcanmeetourcalculatingneeds,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$130.56betransferredfromfixedAssetsAccount#912toOfficeSuppliesAccount#734forthepurposesofpurchasingthefollowingJ(2)TexasInstruments-5030CompactBattery/ACPrintorDisplayCalculators=$99.76(20)rollsofaddingpaper=$13.28(8)packagesofDurecell"AA"batteries=$17.52TOTAL$130.56SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:DianeGilliganJulieSchwartzSENATEACTIONPassed18y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch13,1985Room205HewittUnionsDingley,S.A. If!'.r' Oswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office oftl.eCVice-presiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch6,1985Bill81PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,ThroughoutthepastseveralyearstheS.A.hasacquiredapositivefundbalance,andThepurposeoftheSurplusCommitteeistoreviewSurplusexpenditureandallocation,andItisrecognizedacertainamountshouldbesetasidetomaintainthecapitalinvestmentsoftheS.A.,andItisrecognizedacertainamountshouldbesetasidetoinvestinlong-termprojects,andItisrecognizedacertainamountshouldbeearmarkedforwhendiscrepanciesinthebudgetoccur,andEmergencysituationscomeaboutwherefundsmustbeallocatedorexpended,andAcertainamountshouldbesetforshorttermprojectsandemergencies,thereforeBeitenactedthatthepositivefundbalancebesUbjecttothefollowingguidelinesassetbelow:$50,000Capitalreserve$50,000EquipmentReplacementTheremainingamounttobesetas:85%Longtermprojects10%emergenciesanddiscrepanciesinthebudget5%senatedeemsnesessaryBeitfurtherenactedthatallapplicantsdesiringfundingfromthepositivefundbalancemustpresentS.A.theirrequestspriortoreachingthefloorofthesenate.*Thissupercedesallotherlegislation.SUBMITTED BY:THESURPLUSCOMMITTEESPONSOREDBY:TheSurplusCommitteeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dbr'1'5\101aso,

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill81Page2JulieSchwartzClaireLoomisTerrenceKenealyHelenKeierDanEdwardsTonyFerrerBobGhosioRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhORa'a'E'30' 369 '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation OfficeoftI.e'Vice-presiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch6,1985Bill82PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociation,inaccordanceofBill31ofthe20thLegislativeSession,hasestablishedaPrgramFundClubcontingencyAccount,whichistobeusedtosupportclubswhohadnotorganizedtheiractivitiesatthetimewhenbudgetswrerequiredtobeturnedin,andOnesuchclub,ThePreLawSociety,hasnoworganizeditsactivities,andThePreLawSocietyseeksStudentAssociationfundingtocarryoutthefollowingactivities: Event ASpeakerSamSuger,Esquire$10.00EventBSpeaker-FrankKlinger,Esguire$10.00 EVent CSpeaker-Dr.BruceAltschuler$10.00 EVent DSpeaker-TomReynolds$10.00Advertising$22.00Beitenactedthatthesumof $62 betransferredfromProgramFundContingencyAccount#913,tothePreLawSocietyAccount#979,tobeestablisheduponthepassageofthisbill.SUBMITTEDBY:AnthonyBernardoni,President,PreLawSocietySPONSOREDBY:DanEdwardsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126ph'2'5\20'2'

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SSOCIATIONPage2Bill82SENATE ACTIONPassedl8y, On OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch13,1985PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pbo?? '2'6\20'2S01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociation Office of CViwpmiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswego20thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch6,1985Bill83WHEREAS:theUnitedStatesStudentAssociation(USSA)isholdingitsSixteenthAnnualLegislativeConferenceonMarch14,15,16,17,18inWashington,D.C.andWHEREAS:thisconferenceoffersauniquelearningexperienceasstudentgovernmentleaders,fromacrossthe tion,meetandbringbackwhatwehavelearnedtothecampusforthebenefitofourstudentbody,andWHEREAS:thiseventwillcombineaseriesofspeakers,workshops,paneldiscussions,andlobbying,andWHEREAS:fivepeopleareinterestedinattendingthisconferenceaspartofSUNY-Oswegodelegation,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthesumof betransferredfrom Accountff to Accountff forthepurposeofsendingadelegationoffivepeopletotheUSSALegislativeConference.Stipulation-thatthosewhoattendtheconferencereportbacktotheStudentAssociationSenate.SUBMITTED BY:MaryMajorSPONSORED BY:GlennHurlockTonyFerrerSENATEACTION16y, 4n, OaJamDingl.President t/ March15,1985DateSignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126PhORO'3'5'213691

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of tl."'Vic,,-presiJ"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession26th March13,1985Bill84PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHERAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,TheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoAstronomyDepartmentpurchaseda12.5inchreflectortelescopeover10yearsago,andThisexpensivepieceofequipmenthasbeenstoredinthebasementofpiezHallsinceitwaspurchased,andThisisanunfortunatewasteofafinepieceofteachingequipment,andThepresenttelescopeObservatory,locatedinRomneyParkingLot,hassteadilybeendeteriorating,andTheuseofthisobservatoryispresentlylimitedduetoequipmentproblemsaswellas due toOswegoHighSchool'srecentinstallationofmercurylightsonitssportsfieldwhichwheninusemakesstarviewingvirtuallyimpossible,andTheconstructionofanewobservatorytohousethenew12.5reflectortelescopeownedbytheAstronomyDepartmentwouldbenefitstudents,faculty,andtheOswegoCommunityalike,andLandhasbeenobtainedbytheAstronomyDepartment,neartheFallbrookRecreationArea,tobeusedfortheconstructionofanewobservatory,andDr.RonChaldu,oftheAstronomyDepartment,Volunteeredtooverseetheconstructionanduseofanewobservatory,andTheprospectivebudgetfortheconstructionofanewobservatory(seeattachedsheetforexplanationandrationale)wouldamountto$21,730.50(seeattachedsheetforbudgetbreakdown),andAuxiliaryServicesispresentlybeingrequestedtofundhalfofthisproject(seeattachedsheetforexplanation),thereforeRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill84BeitenactedbytheSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego,that$10,229.00beallocatedfromSurplusAccount#99tobeusedtofundonehalfoftheconstructionofanewobseratorytohousea12.5inchreflectortelescopetobelocatednearthefallbrookRecreationArea.SUBMITTED BY:RobertGhosioJr.DateSignedbyPresidentSPONSOREDBY:TheSurplusCommitteeJulieSchartzClaireLoomisTerrenceKenealyHelenKeierDanEdwardsTonyFerrerRobertGhosioJr. CareySENATEACTION16y,In,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch22,1985*ThisbillpassedwiththestipulationthatallpublicationsthatrecognizetheObservatorywasfundedbyS.Aandothersponsorsandthata beputontheactualstructure.*Thismoneyallocatedonlyiftheotherhalfofthecostofthisstructureisfunded.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Db'2'E\21'2Go '

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AuxiliaryServicesStateUniversityCollegeatOswego,Inc. Unappropriated EquityFundRequest(Please usc additional paper ifnecessary)1.Introduction-Pleaseprovideabriefoutlineincluding:purposeofrequest,whomitwillbenefit,andthedatefundsareneeded.: Thepurposeofthisrequestistoattainpartialfundingfortheconstruction, 2n observatorytohouse a 12.5inchreflectortelescopeowned bytheS.U.N.Y.swegoAstronomyDepartment. Thiswillbenefitstudents,faculty,andtheOswegocommunityalike.). The fundswouldbeneededforpossibleconstructioninthesummerof1985. 2. Rationaleforrequestpluslongand/orshorttermgoalsoftheproject.(Pleasebespecific),tpresentthereisanobservatoryoncampusthathousesa6inchrefractor;elescope.Cvertheyears,thisobservatoryhassteadilydeteriorated.TenyearsLgO,a12.5inchreflectortelescopewaspurchasedandplanswere upto a newobservatoryintheFallbrookarea.Atthelastminute,duringa'inancialcrunch,thefundsallocatedfortheprojectwerewithdrawnbythestate.iincethattime,theastronomydepartmenthasbeenforcedtousethepresentleterioratingobservatory.The OswegoHighSchoolhasinstalledmercurylighting ;0 enhancetheirabilitytoconductnighttimesportingevents.Thismakesstar'iewingalmostimpossibleonthosenightsthehighschoolishavinga gamebecause)fthecloseproximityoftheobservatorytothehighschoolplayingfield.The;oalofthisprojectistouseafinepieceofequiptmentpresently being wastedlndtoenhancetheviewingforfaculty,students,andcommunitypeople.3.Justification-Pleaseincludeinformationregarding:othersourcesfromwhichfundswererequested(attachanydocumentationindicatingstepstakentogainsuchfunding). I havesubmittedthisrequesttoAuxilIaryServicesonthesuggestionofthe'tudentAssociationSurplusCommittee.TheS.A.isinterestedintheproject,utfeelsthatitshouldbeajointprojectbetweenS.A.andA.S. reasoning!ehindthisisthattheS.A.isconcernedwithbuildingastructureandessent.allylosingalljurisdictionoverthestructure.Theobservatorywouldbea :ermanent additiontothecampusandassuchwouldbecomepropertyofNewYork:tate.However,theS.A.SurplusCommitteeseestheneedforthenewobservatory.ndispreparedtosuggesttotheSenatethattheS.A.fundhalftheproject.'heyfeelthatifA.S.fundedtheotherhalf,theprojectwouldbemorewidely,upportedand make the"donation"ofapermanentadditiontothiscampus more.cceptabletothestudentsandfacultyandthussuppressingthefeelingthatthisstrulyaprojectthatshouldbefundedandbuiltbythestate.Reauested Name RobertGhosioJr. 'l'clcphDne 341-5013 LocalAddress 113OnondagaHall

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Auxiliary StateUniversityCollegeatoswego,Inc. Unappro?riated EquityFundReyuestProjectedIncomeandExpensesTotalAmount fromAuxiliaryServicesPlusIncomefromothersources:(list)StudentAssociationA.B.TotalFundsAvailable$10,865.25$10,865.25S$21,730.50Expenditures:Category(Pleasebesgecific)A.Ashdome14'5"domeB.Taxat7%C.DomedeliverywiTech.D.Taxat __ ._._E.BuildingconstructionF.Taxat 7% G.ElectricianH.Taxat 7% I.UnderwritinginsDectionJ.Niagra wi KTotal Expend1Lures$8,216.00$575.12$1;877.00$131.39$6,000.00est.$420.00$1,800.00est.$126.00$35.00$550.00est. $ 2,000.00est.$21,730.50Notes:SeeattachedForOfficeUseOnlyApprovedbyBoardofDirectorsSDate----------------_.-----------------------------_._.__.-._---

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Wotes ConcerningDomeObservatoryConstructionFundRequest1.Ashdomewillbe i1 14'6" fv"odelelectrir.operated domewithupandovertypeshutterwith1000 lenghthand42"aperturewidth.Thisissuitableforthe12.5inchreflectortelescope.2.Buildingconstructionincludeslabor,landexcavation,concrete,sand,mortar,gravel,anchorbolts,steeldoor,drainage,flatwoodroofwithdripedgeandshingles. concreteblocksforthebuildingwerepurchasedbytheAstronomydepartmentin1975fortheoriginalplannedconstruction.Therefore,thiswillnotneedtobepurchased.ConstructionoftheobservatorybUildingwillbetospecsandpreparedfordomeinstallation.Buildingwillbeconstructedtohavearoundsection14'2"indiameterwithan adjoinin,gsquare classroom15'x15'.Theheightofthestructurewillallowforan8'ceilingexceptwherethedomewillbe,extendingthestructure'satthatpointto16'.Estimateswererecievedfromseveralmasonarycontractorsandtheestimaterangedupwards Theestimatecitedwasthemostreasonableanddetailedoftheestimatesrecieved.3.Electricianestimateincludeslabor,electricheatfortheclassroom,classroomlighting,domelightingwithdimmers,moldedwiring,wiringforthedomemotor,outlets,andanoutdoorlight.Thiswillbesufficientforproper9perationoftheobservatory.AllwiringbytheelectricianwillbedonefromtheNiagraMohawkelectricalboxintothestructure.Likeabove,thisestimatewasthemostreasonableanddetailedoftheestimatesrecieved.4.NiagraMohawkestimateisaconsensusestimatebasedondiscussionswillseveralelecticalcontractors.NiagraMohawkrefusedtogiveanestimateuntilallplansarefinalizedandtheycaninspectthe buildine; site.5.Miscellaneousincludesanyunforseenexpendituresandthepossibilityof"lowballed"estimates.ThefollowingcompanieshavebeenforthisprojectshouldthefundsAsh-DomeAsh f'/;fg. CompanyPlainfield,Illinois60544Areacode815-436-9403chosenforlaborand/ormaterialsbeallocatedasrequested:Campbell stanTracey965thAve.S.U.N.Y.OswegoOswego,NY13126Oswego,NY13126315-342-0699315-341-3202

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociation Ofhce 01 CV;ce-pl'esiJent stateUniversityCollegeatdswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession26thMeetingMarch13,1985Bill85WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationfundsavastarrayofeducationalsocial,cultural,andrecreationalconcerns,madepossiblebythecollectionofamandatorytaxonallfull-timeundergraduatestudents,andWHEREAS,Thereappearstobeagenerallackofawarenessofthemanyactivities,programs,andservicesmadepossiblebytheStudentAssociationfunding,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationshoulddowhateveritcandotoensurethatstudentsareawareofwhattheirS.A.feeprovidesfor,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociation,beginningApril1,1985,adoptaspolicy,thatallorganizationsandclubsmakinguseofadvertisingvenuessuchastheOswegonian,WOCR,WTOP,etc.,incorporatethephrase"APRODUCTOFYOURS.A.FEE"OR"MADEPOSSIBLEBYFUNDINGFROMYOURSTUDENT ASSOCIATION"intotheactualadvertisement,publication,announcement,posters,etc,forthepurposesoffurtheringawarenessofthemanyservices,programs,andactivitieswhicharemadepossiblebyfundingfromtheStudentAssociation.Jams e k1/Jp.. DateSigneby SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSORED BY:TonyFerrerDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch22,1985SENATE ACTION14y,2a,InRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Obera'2'5\21'aS01

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationOff. 6I.'1/..P,.J. tstateUniversityCollege T'aCt"res<,m Senate20thLegislativeSession26thMeetingMarch13,1985Bill86PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,ItismandatedthattheelectedpresidentoftheStudentAssociationremainoncampusduringtheSummer,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegothatitisthedutyofthepresidenttostayovertheSummer.BeitfurtherenactedthepresidentstayandStudentAssociationwillallocatefundsinitsannualbUdgettoprovidefortheexpensesincurredbythepresidentinrelationtohisstayinOswegoduringtheSummer.Themonetaryamountwillbereviewedannuallyduringthebudgetaryprocess.Thisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislationconcerningthedutiesofthepresident. SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:TonyFerrerSENATEACTIONlly,6n,IpresentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch29,1985Room205HewittUnionJamesDingley,S.A.PresidentDateSignedbyPresidentOswego.NewYork13126phoge(315)3413601

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TUD[NT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-pregiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession26thMeetingMarch13,1985Bill87PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,ItisreccommendedthatthevicePresidentofS.A.remainoncampusduringtheSummer,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegothatitistheprerogativeoftheVicePresidenttostayovertheSummer.BeitfurtherenactedthatiftheVicePresidentdecidestostay,thenStudentAssociationwillallocatefundsinitsannualbudgettoprovidefortheexpensesincurredbytheVicePresidentinrelationtohisstayinoswegoduringtheSummerbreak.MonetaryamountwillbereviewedannuallyduringthebUdgetaryprocess.ThisBillsupercedesallpreviouslegislation.concerningthedutiesoftheVicePresident.SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:TonyFerrerSENATE ACTIONlly,4n,la,2presentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch29,1985Room205HewittUnionJamesDingley,S.A.PresidentDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126PhaRO'2'5\2412601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of ti,e'Vice-p,uiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession26thMeeting z.1arch 13,1985Bill88PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheFinanceDepartmentmustdealwithyearroundbusiness,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego,thattheappointedFinanceDirectormustremainondutyinSUNYOswegoduringtheSummer.BeitfurtherenactedthattheStudentAssociationwillallocatefundsinitsannualbUdgettoprovidefortheexpensesincurredbytheDirectorofFinanceinRelationtohisstayinOswegoduringtheSummerbreak.TheMonetaryamountwillbereviewedannuallyduringthebudgetaryprocess.ThisBillsupercedesallpreviouslegislation.SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,SAVicePresidentSPONSORED BY:TonyFerrerSENATE ACTIONl2y,2a,4presentDATEPRESENTED TO PRESIDENTMarch29,1985JamesDingley,S.A.PresidentDateSignedbyPresidentAmendment-ThattheDirectorofFinancehiredjuly1,begivenaweekvacationduringthisSummerperiod.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of tl.e'lIice-prudent stateuniversityCollegeatbswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession26thMeetingMarch13,1985Bill89PresidentoftheSenateBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegoallocatethesumof3011.56fromSurplusAccount #99 totheWomen'sCenterAccount # (tobeestablishedaponthepassageofthisbill.)SUBMITTED BY:JimDingley,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:JanineFranierLynnChadwickSENATE ACTIONPassed19y,In,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarchIS,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126 PhORO'215\212691

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-prudent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch20,1985Bill90PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,FarnhamprovidesservicestothecountyofOswego,intheareasofdrugabuse,pregnancy,andgeneralcrisisintervention,andWHEREAS,TheVolunteerServicesProgram,thecoreoftheagency,isoperatedentirelybytrainedvolunteers,primarilySUCOstudents,whomaintaina24hourhotlineandwalk-incenter,andWHEREAS,During1984,29Farmhamvolunteersrecieved8,254contactsthroughthehotlineandthewalk-incenter,where35%ofthose8,254contactsweredirectlyfromcollegestudents,andWHEREAS,During1984,152pregnancytestswerepreformed,ofwhichover50%wereforcollegestudents,andWHEREAS,Farnhamprovides,forthecollegestudents,internships,andpracticalexperiencethroughvolunteertraining.Since1977therewereapproximately500collegestudentswhobeganthevolunteertrainingprogramwith203studentscompletingthe60hourtrainingprogram,andWHEREAS,TobetterFarnham'sservicestothecountyandthecollegeabetterphonesystemwaspurchased,andaloantakenouttocoverthecostofthenewphones,amountingto$4000,andWHEREAS,Farnhamdoesgetsomefundingfromoutersources,ie.UnitedWay,OswegoCounty,VoluntaryToll,andtheDanceMarathon,tohelpoffsetanyfinancialobligations,andWHEREAS,Thetotalloanfor$4000shouldnotbethefullburdenofFarnham,ortheirothersourcesoffundsbecausealargepopulationofthestudentcommunityhasbenefitedfromFarnham'sservices,thereforeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill90BeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegoallocatethesumof$1,400(35%of$4000)fromSurplusAccount #99 totheFarnhamAccount # tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.SUBMITTEDBY:RobertGhosioJr.SPONSOREDBY:ClaireLoomisSENATEACTIONl4y,2a,IpresentJamesDingley,S.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch29,1985DatesignedbypresidentRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office 01 CVice-prudent stateUniversityCollege.atOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch20,1985Bill91PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,AllstudentsmatriculatingatSUNYOswegoonafulltime,parttime,graduateandundergraduatelevelenjoythebenifitsofmostS.A.fundedservicesandactivities,andWHEREAS,Thecurrentfeeonlyprovidesforataxonfulltimeundergraduatestudents,andWHEREAS,Theperhourassessmentbasedontwelvecredithoursis$7.08percredithour,thereforeBeitenactedthateffectiveFallSemester1985allparttimeundergraduatesandgraduatestudentsbeassessed$7.08percredithour.Beitfurtherenactedthatalladmissionratesnowreflectastudentpriceandanonstudentprice.SUBMITTED BY:RobertGhosioJr.SPONSORED BY:JulieSchwartzSENATEACTIONTableduntilthenextlegislativeSession.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126PhaRO'2'5\a4' 3691

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SSOCIATIONstudent Offi /l of tI'/l'Vicll-pmiJllnE state College at OswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch20,1985Bill92PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheGeologyClubisnowinexistence,anditwasnotinexistenceatthetimewhenbudgetswereduelastfall,forProgramFundClubs,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationSenatehasestablishedaProgramFundClubContingencyAccounttobeusedforsupportingclubswhoarelateinstartingup,andWHEREAS,TheGeologyClubwouldnowliketoapproachtheStudentAssociationSenateforfunding,soitmaybeabletoputonthemovie,"TheViewofLife",inthesecondorthirdweekofApril,andWHEREAS,Thismovie,whichcosts$100torentandhaveshippedhere,willappealtoalargenumberofstudents,anditwillbeshowninLaniganHall,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$100betransferredfromProgramFundClubContingencyAccounttotheGeologyClubAccount #980 forthepurposesofestablishingfundstoputonthismovie.SUBMITTED BY:WalterLanik,President,SUCOGeologyclubPeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickSENATEACTIONClearlyPassedDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch22,1985Room205HewittUnionJsDingley, ent ;ZZ!JilL_it-.19?:,r-. Oswego,NewYork13126

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President TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offi"''' of 'Vi",,,-p,,,siJ,,nt StaaeUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch20,1985Bill93BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNew York Collegeat Oswego thatthefollowingbeacceptedastheresultsofthe1985StudentAssociationSpringElection:JulioGraciaPresidentoftheSenateVice-PresidentCollegeCouncilFacultyAssemblyAuxiliaryServicesBoardSeniorseatJuniorseatAt-LargeseatSenateSenecaCayugaOnondagaOneidaHart.FunnelleScalesWaterburyRiggs :c Off-CampusRoom205HewittUnionDaveMcNallyBarbaraWebsterToddBeilMikeBrooksPattiNadareskiDonnaCamereraTerrenceKenealyDeeDeeHagemanMichaelWalkerRobGhosioElvisRiveraBobSteindlerLynnChadwickAnthonyLaPintaDaveSchusterMarianColisGlenHurlockJohnColella Lucy':'Collins MarioDibonoKenDeckerTomFlahertyDaveArmstrongDaveMorganOswego,NewYork13126RhoRa(315)3413691

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePAGE2bill93Off-Campus(cont.)PhilvooghtMikeSlotnickRichChristyBrianGoldmanMikeGraciaRayFalkKenBogardStudentAssociationReferendumontheMandatoryfeepassedbyavoteof674yesand99noSUBMITTED BY:LindaHoo,ElectionsChairpersonTomRUsso,Ass'ttotheVice-PresidentWalterBowler,Vice-PresidentSPONSORED BY:LynnChadwick SENATE ACTION15y,3presentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch29,1985Room205HewittUnionJamesDingley,S.A.PresidentDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126phs??'3'5'30'3691

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch20,1985Bill94PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,S.A.encouragesallitsclubsandorganizationstoconductthemselvesinaprofessionalmanner,andWHEREAS,Properofficeequipmentthatisreliableisessentialfortheseorganizationstoconductbusinessinsaidmanner:andWHEREAS,TheBlackStudentUnionnolongerhasatypewriterBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoallocatethesumof$168.86fromFixedAssetsAccount#912toAccount # (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,S.A.Vice-PresidentSPONSOREDBY:JanineFranierDianeGilliganLynnChadwickLucyCollinsSENATEACTIONl6y,lpresentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch29,1985Room205HewittUnionJamesDingley,S.A.PresidentDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Db'2'5'24'2G01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUNiversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession28thMeetingMarch27,1985atOswegoBill96WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationBudgetCouncilandtheStudentAssociationSenateofthe20thLegislativeSessionhasspentmanyhoursinvolvedinbudgetaryproceedings,gearedtowardsthepreparationofbUdgetallocationsforthenextfiscalyear(85-86),andWHEREAS,AbillfortheratificationofthetotalallocationswhichthisSenatehassuggestedmustbepassedintheformofabottomlinenetallocationalfigure,andWHEREAS,The85-86fiscalyear1sbudgetwillberequiringsomeadjustmentintheformofmethodstoenhancethedecreasingrevenuebasewhichispresentlyprojected,andWHEREAS,ItisthedutyofthisLegislativeSessiontopassanappropriationslevelforthenextfiscalyear,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego,thattheappropriationsforfiscalyear85-86beasfollows:TotalAppropriation$822,654.69IncomelinesforOrganizations-$213,160.92=NetAppropriation=$609,493.77Beitfurtherenactedthatthislegislativesessionurgesthe21stSessionoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegotoaccepttheseappropriationsastheirbUdgetarylevelofappropiationsforthefiscalyearwhichbeginsJuly1,1985.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickSENATEACTIONl4y,In,la,lpresentRoom205HewittUnionJamesDingley,S.A.PresidentOswego,NewYork13126Ph09A m 5\ 341-36Q1

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offi"" of '1/i",,-p,,,,,;J,,nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril11,1984Resolution1PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,astudentattendingSUNYatOswegohasonlyeightacademicdaystodropacourse,whichinsomecasesmeansthatastudentmayhaveonlybeenabletoattendclassonce,andWHEREAS,thisperiodoftimeisnotsufficientforastudenttoarriveatanacademicdecisionconcerningtheclass,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegoencouragesextendingthetimepermittedforastudenttodropacoursetofifteenacademicdays,inordertoallowstudentsampletimetoreachacademicconclusionsconcerningtheircourses.SUBMITTED BY:JimDingley,StudentAssociationPresidentSPONSOREDBY:EricHoeglerDavidMcNallyJulioGraciaMichaelPooleLynnChadwickVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of '1/ic,,-pm;}"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril11,1984Resolution2WHEREAS,LiteracyVolunteersofAmerica(anationalorganizationdevotedtoteachingpeoplehowtoreadandwrite),servicesmanycommunities,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS, aLiteracyVolunteersChapterdoesnotexistintheOswegoCommunity,andWHEREAS,studentsservingasvolunteersearnupperdivision,academiccreditbyinternshipsorcareerawareness,andWHEREAS,StudentAssociation'sparticipationindevelopingthisprogramwillbenefitstudentsandtheOswegoCommunity,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegosupportthedevelopmentofaLiteracyVolunteersChapterofAmerica.SUBMITTED BY:JamesDingley,PresidentofStudentAssociationSPONSORED BY:EricHoeglerMichaelPooleSENATE ACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phope'3'5\34'360'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offi"" of tl."'Viwp,.""iJ"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril4,1984Resolution3PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoistherepresentativelegislatureforthestudentsattendingthecollege at Oswego,andWHEREAS,oneoftheStudentAssociation'sresponsibilitiesistosetpriorities,aspertainstothegoals,thattheStudentAssociationSenatewillstriveforduringthecourseofthis,the20thLegislativeSession,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationSenateshouldmakethefollowingit'spriorities:1)Workingforanincreaseintheadd/dropperiod2)TheinitiationofafloatingSenate3)Theestablishmentofapublicrelationspersontostrengthenthelinkbetweenthecampusandthecommunity4)Theinitiationofawomen'ssafetytaskforce5)Workingtowardsvoterregistration6)Workingagainsttuitionhikestherefore,BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheprecedingissuesbesomeoftheprioritiesofthelegislativebranchoftheStudentAssociationforthe20thLegislativeSession.SUBMITTED BY:RobertGhosioJr.SPONSORED BY:E.J.CuneoLynnChadwickScottPosnerEricHoeglerWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionDavidMcNallyAndyCsontJohnNemecekOswego.NewYork13126Rhona'315'20' 3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offi"" of CVi""-pr"s;Jmt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril18,1984Resolution4PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoistherepresentativelegislatureforthestudentsattendingthecollegeatOswego,andWHEREAS,itistheStudentAssociation'sprimeresponsibilitytosetpriorities,aspertainstothegoals,thattheStudentAssociationwillstriveforduringthecourseofthis,the20thLegislativeSession,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationshouldmakethefollowingit'spriorities:1)Workingtowardsanincreaseintheadd/dropperiod2)TheinitiatingofafloatingSenate3)Tostregthenthelinkbetweenthecampusandthecommunityandestablishapublicrelationsperson4)Theinitiationofawomen'ssafetytaskforce5)Workingtowardsvoterregistration6)Workingagainsttuitionhikes7)Toexamineandworkforanyissuedirectlyorindirectlyeffectingstudentrights,foritisthestudentswe are Senatorsrepresentanditisourdutytorepresentthemtothefullestofourabilities8)ToworktothebestofourabilitieswiththeexecutiveandotherbrancheswithinourStudentAssociationsothatourStudentAssociationgovernmentbecomesmoreorganized,thusunitedasone,whichwillleadustoourultimategoalofrepresentative,effective,representationofthestudentbodywhom werepresenttherefore,BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheprecedingissuesbesomeoftheprioritiesoftheStudentAssociationforthe20thLegislativeSession.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone m 5\341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage2Offi .." of 'Vi..,,-pr""iJ"nt Resolution4SUBMITTEDBY:SueMuarSPONSOREDBY:EricHoeglerMichaelPooleJohnNemecekScottPosnerSENATEACTIONVoteofISy,In,7aPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126phage1315'341_3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession4thMeetingApril25,1984atOswegoResolution5WHEREAS,inthe19thLegislativeSessiontheStudentAssociationSenatepledgeditssupportofactionstakentostopviolenceagainstwomen,andWHEREAS,aTakeBacktheNightMarchsponsoredbyaprogressivecoalitionofconcernedgroupswilltakeplaceoncampusonMay10,1984at B:BO pmleavingfromSheldonHall,andWHEREAS,thismarchwillprovidetheopportunityforwomenandmentojointogetherinanattempttoheightenawarenessofviolenceagainstwomen,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenate of theStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheStudentAssociationsupportstheTakeBacktheNightMarchandtheeffortsofthegroupsinvolved,andwouldliketoaddtheStudentAssociationtothelistofsponsors.SUBMITTED BY:TheStudentAssociationExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:JohnSloanAndyCsontMichaelPooleLynnChadwickSueMuarSENATE ACTIONvoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PbOPA '31l 341-36Ql

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay2,1984atOswegoResolution6WHEREAS,theSurgeonGeneralhasdeterminedthatcigarettesmokingisdangeroustoone'shealth,andWHEREAS,ithasbeendeterminedthattheexhaledsmokefromapersonwhosmokescanhaveanadverseeffectonanonsmokeraswell,andWHEREAS,therearethosewhoareallergicanduncomfortableinasmokefilledroom,andWHEREAS,thereisimproperventilationinthecurrentsenateroom,andWHEREAS,itisnottheintentionofthisres.olutiontoinfringeonaperson'sfundamentalrighttobeasmoker,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattoaccommodatethosenonsmokersaswellastopromoteoverallgoodhealth,thatallthosesenatorsand/orstudentobserverswhowishtosmokebeseatedbytheentrancetoallowbetterventilationforallconcerned.SPONSOREDBY:SueMuarJohnNemecekLynnChadwickJulioGraciaSENATE ACTIONvoteof15y,On,4aRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone m 5) 341-36Q1

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of CViwprudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay2,1984Resolution7PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theBoardofTrusteesoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkisnowreviewingtherecommendationsoftheTaskForceonImprovingtheOualityofStudentLife,andWHEREAS,thetaskforcehasrecommendedimplementingamandatoryStudentAthleticfee,andWHEREAS,thisfeecouldrangefrom$0-$75perstudentandwouldbeunderthediscretionofaCampusReviewBoardconsistingofonly33%students,andWHEREAS,theimplementationofanathleticfeeonthiscampus,wouldleavefundingofeachintercollegiatesportuptothediscretionofthereviewboard,andWHEREAS,thereisthepossibilitythatthisreviewboardcouldrecommendthefurtherdevelopmentofstrongsports,whichhaveachancetogoDivisionIorII,whilepossiblyneglectingwomen'ssports,andWHEREAS,theTaskForce'sproposalwouldallowSUNYschoolstogiveoutathleticscholarships,andWHEREAS,thiswouldonlybenefittheveryfewwhoareathleticallygifteddiscriminatingagainstthemajorityofthestudentbodythustakingawayfromSUNy'smissionosaccess,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatweWholeheartedlyobjecttotheimplementationofamandatoryathleticfee.SUBMITTED BY:DavidRothstein,SASUDelegateJanineFrainier,AssistanttothePresidentSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickMichaelPooleRobertGhosioJr.E.J.CuneoRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone'3'5'31360'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession6thMeetingMay9,1984atOswegoResolution8WHEREAS,KarenMcCarthyhasbeentheStudentAssociationDirectorofFinanceforthe1983-84fiscalyear,andWHEREAS,KarenhasshowndedicationthroughherhardworkonbehalfoftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,KarenwillbeleavingthispositioninJunetopursueherfuturegoals,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwethankKarenMcCarthyforhercontributionto the StudentAssociationandwishherthebestofluckinallherfutureendeavors.SUBMITTED BY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:TheStudentAssociationSenateSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phase '215\212691

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession6thMeetingMay9,1984atOswegoResolution9 WHEREAS,JohnEllemanhasfaithfullyservedStudentAssociationforthepastfouryears,andWHEREAS,JohnhasshowndedicationthroughhispositionsasJusticeandChiefJusticeoftheSupremeCourt,andWHEREAS,John'stermasChiefJusticeendsupongraduation,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwethankJohnEllemanforhishardworkandwishhimthebestinhisfutureendeavors.SUBMITTED BY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSORED BY:TheStudentAssociationSenateSENATE ACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession6thMeetingMay9,1984atOswegoResolution10WHEREAS,JocelynSokolskihasbeentheStudentAssociationSenateClerkforthepasttwoyears,andWHEREAS,JocelynhasshownherdedicationtotheStudentAssociation,throughherhardworkintheexpansionofthisposition,andWHEREAS,JocelynwillbegraduatingonMay19thtopursueherfuturegoals,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwethankJocelynSokolskiforherhardwork,andwishherthebestof luqk inallherfutureendeavors.SUBMITTED BY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSORED BY:TheStudentAssociationSenateSENATE ACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Pbope m 5\341.3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember12,1984 O//i""0/'1/i",,-presiJ"n tatOswegoBill(Resolution12WHEREAS,TheTaskForceonimprovingthequalityofStudentlife,institutedbyChancellorWhartonhasonlyfourstudentrepresentativesoutofa27membercommitteeand,WHEREAS,TheTaskForceproducedareportrecommendinganathleticfee (See Notes)takingone of threeformsand,WHEREAS,AllStudentAssociation'swouldlosecontrolofthatportionofathleticsatwhichtheycurrentlyfundand,WHEREAS,IncreasingtheathleticfeewouldbeunderthejurisdictionofanestablishedAthleticAdvisoryBoard(which,accordingtoNCAAguidelinescouldnothave50%ormorestudent representqtion and,WHEREAS,theathleticfeehasbeenviewedbymanyasaninseparablepartofa"bigtimesports",DivisionIPhilosophyand,WHEREAS,theAthleticFeequestionwillbedecidedattheSUNYBoardofTrusteesSeptembermeeting,thereforeBeitenactedthattheS.A.SenateofSUNYOswegolegislatethefollowingexecutuveorder:"TheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegoopposesanathleticfeeinanyformandfurtheropposesanyshiftfromthecurrentDivisionIIIPhilosophytoDivisionIStatus.TheStudentAssociationwillworktocontinueandbettertherelationshipbetweenintercollegiateathleticsanditsgovernance.SUBMITTED BY:JamesDingley,StudentAssociationPresidentSPONSOREDBY:DavidRothsteinJohnSloanSENATEACTIONVoteofAcclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PbOpf m 5'341.3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSessionSeptember12,1984 Office of 'Vice-pre,,;Jent atoswegoResolution13WHEREAS,theAlcoholicBeverageCommitteehasrecommendedanewuniformalcoholpolicyforallresidencehallsand,WHEREAS,thispolicyeliminatesamajorpartoftheresidencehallsocialenvironmentand,WHEREAS,StudentAssociationrecognizestheimportanceofstudentresponsibility and alsotheresponsibilityofalcoholawareness;therefore,beitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegotocondemnthenewalcoholpolicyfortheeffectsofitspracticalapplicationonSUCoresidentsandbeitfutherresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateempowertheexecutivebranchwithitssupporttorepresentallstudentsatthenextmeetingoftheAlcoholicBeverageCommitted.SUBMITTED BY:JamesDingley,StudentAssociationPresidentSPONSOREDBY:JulieSchwartzLynnChadwickSENATEACTIONVoteof16y,On,3aRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PbonR m 5'3413601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember12,1984AtOswegoResolution14WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,articleXIII,Seciton(1)oftheSUNYOswegoFABylawsonlyallowfourstudentrepresentativesintheAssemblyand,thedecisionsmadebythisAssemblygovernthelivesofallstudentsatSUNYOswegoand,thisreactsagainsttheidealprinciplesofhighereducation(Webelievetheseprinciplescallforspecificimprovementsingradingmechanisms,coursesontent,tenure,degreerequirements,andadministration.)and,bygainingpermanentstudentparticipationandcontrolinthedecisionmakingprocessthisuniversitywillbetterpreparestudentsfortheirlivesduringandaftertheircollegeyears,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheSUNYOswegoFAamenditsbylaws(ArticleXIII)Section1toincluderepresentationintheassembly,effectiveJanuary1,1985.SUBMITTED BY:JamesDingley,StudentAssociationPresidentMatthewYoungblirt,FAdelegateSPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaSENATEACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phoge(315\301360'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember12,1984 0f[;"" of '1Ii",,-presiJ"nt atOswegoRes&lution15WHEREAS,onWednesday,September5th,1984,at2:30a.m.,SUCOstudentandOnondagaHallresident,FrankScurti,wasstruckbyacarandcriticallyinjuredwhilewalkingalongRoute104West,and WHEREAS, uponhisarrivalatOswegoHospitalhewasimmediatelytransportedtoUpstateMedicalCenterinSyracuse,andWHEREAS,hisfamily,fromSyosset,LongIsland,isnowstayinginSyracuseandmuststaythereforanindefiniteperiodoftimeasFrankcannotberemoved from the systemfortransportation, .and WHEREAS,theScurtifamilymuststayinSyracuseattheirexpenseinadditiontofinancingtheexorbitantcostofmedicaltreatmentforFrank,andWHEREAS,Frank'sclosestfriends(membersoftheWeightTrainingandFitnessClub)voluntarilybegantocollectdonationsfortheScurtifamilyinFrank'sname,andWHEREAS,becauseoftheseriousnessofFrank'scondition,thespeedycollectionofvoluntarydonationsisdesired,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationcanassistinthesuccessofthisfundraisingbypublicizingtheeffortsoftheWeightTrainingandFitnessClubbypassingthisresolutionanddistributingcopiestotheS.A.recognizedClubs,Organizations,Athletic 'teams, GreekStudentAssociation,ResidenceHallCouncils,FacultyAssembly,etc.,andWHEREAS,thisnetworkingofstudentsandfacultycanheightentheawarenessofthisfundraisingeventcampus-wide,hence,increasingthechancesofitssuccess,thereforeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone'3'5)3413691

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SSOCIATIONResolution15page2BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothattheywholeheartedlysupportandwillpublicizetheeffortsoftheWeightTrainingandFitnessClubbysendingcopiesofthisresolutiontotheaforementionedorganizations,andBeitfurtherresolved:that ;the'Setudemt:CAssoeia't.ton SenatewishestheclubsuccesswiththeircollectionfortheScurtifamily.SUBMITTED BY:TambraL.WalkerSPONSORED BY:RobertGhosio,Jr.ScottPosnerSENATE'ACTIONVOTEOFACCLAMATIONPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phORA1315' J4 13601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984 Off;"e of '1/i"e-presiJent atOswegoResolution16WHEREAS,theStudentAssociationandSASUhaveembarkedonamassiveVoterRegistrationdrive,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationregisteredover 1,6QO newvoters,andWHEREAS,itisimportantthatstudentsmakeeducatedandwellinformeddecisionswhencastingtheir vote, thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheStudentAssociationSenatedeclarethemonthofOctoberVoterEducationMonth.SUBMITTED BY:ExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:DavidRothsteinLynnChadwickJohnSloanRobGhosioSENATEACTIONVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phonA'3'5)34136

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober3,1984Resolution17PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theRetiredSeniorVolunteerProgramhashelpedtheStudentAssociationwiththeirelectionsforthepast3years,andWHEREAS,theseniorvolunteershavealwaysbeenreIiable,andWHEREAS,theirhelpisverymuchappreciated,andWHEREAS,theinteractionbetweentheseniorcitizensofOswegoandthestudentsofthiscollegehelpstofosterbettercollegecommunityrelations,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheStudentAssociationwouldIiketothanktheRetiredSeniorVolunteersforalltheirhelpinthe1984FallElectionsandotherelectionsinthepastandhopethatwecancountontheirhelpinthefuture.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:LindaHoo,ElectionsCommitteeChairDavidRothsteincc:RetiredSeniorVolunteerProgramSENATEACTIONVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5'29]2GO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober3,1984atOswegoResolution18WHEREAS,certainstudentshavevolunteeredtheirtimetomakesurethe1984FallElectionsranproperly,andWHEREAS,theFallElectionscouldnothavetakenplacewithouttheirhelp,andWHEREAS,thesestudentsare:RichardvanDonsel,JosephA.Cantarano,LauraIveson,andJamesTodt,andWHEREAS,thesestudentswhohadactedinthecapacityofpollsupervisorswerenotsenators,andWHEREAS,theydidanexcellentjobanddeservespecialrecognitionforit,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheStudentAssociationappreciatestheirsupportandthanksthemwholeheartedlyfortheirhelpinmakingthe1984FallElectionspossible.SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:LindaHoo,ElectionsCommitteeChairDavidRothsteincc:RichardvanDonselJosephA.CantaranoLauraIvesonJamesTodtSENATEACTIONVoteof ........Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''E\24'2'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession11th Meet-i ngOctober3,1984atOswegoResolution19WHEREAS,PresidentReagansignedtheDefenseAuthorizationBi11(PL97-252-theSolomonAmendment)onSeptember8,1982whichbecameeffectiveJuly1,1983,andWHEREAS,ThislawmakesmaleswhofailtoregisterforthedraftineligibleforTitleIVfederalfinancialaidprograms,andWHEREAS,suchstipulationofdisbursementofTitleIVfinancialaiduponcomplianceSelectiveServiceregistrationrequirementsthreatenstounderminethequalityandaccessibilityvofhighereducation,andWHEREAS,thelawdeniesstudentsequalprotectionunderthelawonthebasisofsex,age,andwealth,andWHEREAS,requirementsthatstudentsdisclosetheirdraftregistrationstatusonacomplianceformmakesitvery1ikelythatstudentscouldincriminatethemselveswhetherornottheycompletethecomplianceformandthisviolatesstudentsFifthAmendmentprotectionsagainstself-incrimination,andWHEREAS,SelectiveService'sdependenceuponcampusadministratorsandfinancialaidofficerstoenforceitsregulationsconstitutesaninappropriateburdenontheadministrativefacultiesofthecollege,whichshouldproperlyhaveeducationandthestudents'wellbeingastheirsoleconcerns,andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'2'S)2112601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatepage2res.19WHEREAS,enforcementoftheSolomonAmendmentisinappropriatebecausethe Ilpunishmene' ofdenialofstudentaidclearlydoesnotfitthe"crime"offailuretoregisterforthedraft,andWHEREAS,theSolomonAmendmenthasadisproportionateeffectonpeopleofcolor,whodependheavilyonTitleIVfinancialaid,andWHEREAS,theSolomonAmendmentisa waytocoercepeopleofcolortosupporttheverymiIitarywhichmaintainsapresenceinmanythirdworldareas,andevenrepressespeoplewithwhomAmericansofcolorsharemanystrugglesincommon,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheStudentAssociationwholeheartedlycondemnstheSolomonAmendment.SUBMITTEDBY:ThePeaceandJusticeForumSPONSOREDBY:DavidRothsteinRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P'(2'5\29'1C01

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TUDENT SSOCIATION t studentAssociation Office of tl.e'Vice-presiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober10,1984Resolution20PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thelibraryclosesat6p.m.onbothFridaysandSaturdays;andWHEREAS,manystudentshaveshowngreatconcernovertheearlyclosinghoursofthelibraryonWeekends;andWHEREAS,itishardforstudentstostudyanddoresearchwhenthelibraryclosessoearly;thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNew CollegeatOswegourgesboththeadministrationofthiscollegeandthelibrarypersonneltoinvestigateextendingtheweekendhoursofthelibraryimmediately;andBeitfurtherresolvedthatweurgetheadministrationtoinformtheStudentAssociationoftherationaleastowhythelibraryclosessoearlyonweekends.SUBMITTED BY:DavidRothsteinSPONSOREDBY:MikePooleHelenKeierJulioGraciacc:Dr.VirginiaRadleyAnneComerton,DirectorofPenfieldLibraryDr.LynnHeminck,VPforAdministrativeServicesGlynT.Evans,AssistantViceChancellorforLibraryServices,SUNYCentralAdministationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of CVic,,-prud"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober10,1984Resolution21PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,MikeJonesresignedasDirectorofHewittUnionthispastsummer;andWHEREAS,asearchcommitteewassetuptofinda new DirectorforHewittUnion;andWHEREAS,thesearchcommitteevoted3-2torecommendDonHarrisonasthepersonmostqualifiedtobecometheNewDirectorofHewittUnion;andWHEREAS,DeanJamesWassenaarofferedthepositiontoanothercandidateandpaidnoattentiontothesearchcommittee'srecommendation;thereforeBeit theStudentAssociationSenateoftheSUNY,College,demandsanimmediateexplanationastothereasonwhyDeanWassenaaroverrodethesearchcommittee'srecommendation;andbeitfurtherresolvedthatweurgeDeanWassenaartore-evaluatethelegitamacyofhisundemocraticdecisionnottohireMr.Harrison.SUBMITTED BY:David Rothstein SPONSOREDBY:DeniceBuermanncc:JamesWassenaar,DeanofStudentsSENATE ACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126pI'2'5\29'269'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober10,1984atOswegoResolution22WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationinconjunctionwithSASUhasregisteredover2,000voters;andWHEREAS,alloftheVoterRegistrationformsneededtobecheckedtoseewhethertheywerefilledoutcorrectly,andWHEREAS,ToddBeilvolunteeredtocheckalloftheformsandspentnumeroushoursdoingso;andWHEREAS,Toddperformedthisveryimportantbuttediousprocess;BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothattheStudentAssociationappreciatesthesupportthatToddBeilgaveusduringtheVoterRegistrationDriveandthankshimforhishelpinmakingthisyear'sVoterRegistrationDriveasuccess.SUBMITTED BY:JamesDingley,S.A.President DavidRothsteincc:ToddBeil WITHDRAWN Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Db'2'E}21'2G01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Ollie" 01 CVie,,-p"uiJ"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswego20thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober10,1984Resolution23PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Atleastone-fourthofthestudentbodyatthiscollegeisunder the legalageofalcoholic andWHEREAS,Socialinteractionisanimportantaspectofone'scollege andWHEREAS,SocialinteractionwithoutalcoholislimitedintheOswego thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheSUNYCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegoweurgeallcampusorganizationstoinvestigatethefeasibilityofaweeklynon-alcoholrelateddanceorothersocialactivityonthiscampus.SBBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:MichealPooleJenniferCareyHelenKeiercc:Mr.MichealFlaherty,GM,AuxiliaryServicesCorp.Mr.ChuckWeeks,DirectorofResidanceLife and HousingAllResidanceHallCouncilsOffCampusCouncilPPBSENATEACTIONVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentA.ssociation of stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984Resolution24PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TherewereclassesheldontheJewishhighholydaysbothlastyearandthisyear;andWHEREAS,Thereisnopenaltyduetostatelawformissingaclassduetoreligiousobligations,howeverthisabsencefromclassdoesnotpresentthestudentwithequalopportunitytoeducationalinstruction;andWHEREAS,SUNYAlbanycancelledclassesontheJewishHolidayofRoshHashonahasdidSUNYBinghamton;andWHEREAS,ThereisalargepercentageofstudentsoftheJewishfaithatSUNYOswego;ThereforebeitresolvedthattheS.A.SenateoftheSUNYcollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegourgestheregistrartoletusknowwhytheadministrationhasbeeninsensitivetotheneedsofalargeportionoftheStudentpopulationthesepasttwoyears;andBeitfurtherresolvedthatweurgetheregistrartocancelclassesontheJewishHighHolyDaysannually.SUBMITTED BY:JewishStudentUnionSPONSOREDBY:MichealPooleDavidRothsteincc:HenryAngle,RegistrarSENATEACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5\24'1Go '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingNovember14,1984Resolution25PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,OneoftheStudentAssociation'sprimaryconcernsisthatofthewelfareofit'sstudents,pastandpresent,andWHEREAS,BrianDonovan, an Oswegoalumnusoftheclassof1984 wasseverelyinjuredinarecentfallwhilevisitingfriendsinOswego, andasaresultisincriticalconditioninCommunityGeneralHospital,Syracuse,NewYork,andWHEREAS,Brian'sinjuriesareextremelyserious,andWHEREAS,Brian'shospitalizationhascausedmuchanxietyandconcernsonbehalfofhisfamilyandfriends,andWHEREAS,ItwouldbeproperfortheStudent toshowit'smoralsupportforBrian,andhisfamily,therefore,BeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegowishesBrianthespeediestofrecoveries, anrl extendsit'smostsincerestconcernstoBrian'sfamilyandfriends,inhopesthatthesupportofferedbythisSenatemightmaketheupcomingholidayseasonabitmorecomfortableforeveryoneconcerned.SUBMITTED BY; PeterDevine&TheBrothersofSigmaGammaFraternitySPONSORED BY; RalphApreaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pb(2'5\24'2'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Officc of 'Vicc-prcs;Jcnt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember5,1984Resolution26PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Thelibraryisanintegralpartof the educationofeverystudenthereatOswego;andWHEREAS,Thelibraryclosesatfivep.m.onFridaysandisonlyopenfromnoonuntilsixonSaturdays;andWHEREAS,OnNovember30,1984,morethaneightystudentsgatheredtogetherinthereferenceroomofthelibraryandkeptitopenafternormalFridayhourstoshowtheirdesiretohavethelibraryopenlongeronFridaysandSaturdays;andWHEREAS,Thisactionfeaturedadialoguebetweenthestudentsandtheadministration;andWHEREAS,Actionmustbetakentoinsurethattherightsofthestudentsareprotectedandtheirinterestsfurthered;thereforeBeitresolvedthattheSenateoftheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoreccomendthatthenumberofhoursthatthe lIbrary isopenbeincreased.SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:RobertGhosioJr.DianeGilliganSENATE ACTIONVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''0'5'20'3G01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of 'Vic,,-prud"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember12,1984Resolution27WHEREAS,RecentlysomeonevandalizedthestatueinfrontofSheldonHall,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Thisacttooktheformofbreakingoffonearmofthestatue,andWHEREAS,Thisstatueholdsbothhistoricandpersonalimportanceforthousandsofstudents,alumni,faculty,staff,andthecommunityasawhole,andWHEREAS,Actsofvandalismmustnotbecondoned,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheS.A.senateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,atOswegothatwestronglycondemnthisactofvandalismagainstsuchanimportantpartofourcollege.SUBMITTED BY:JimDingley,B.A.PresidentSPONSORED BY:LynnChadwickMichaelNemecekHelenKeierc.c.AllpertinentOrganizationsSENATE ACTIONVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''alE>21'aGO'

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-p..uiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember12,1984Resolution28PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Oneofthegoalsofthislegislativesessionistoincreasecommunityrelations,andWHEREAS,TheGreekStudentAssociationisconstantlyinvolvedincommunityserviceprojects,andWHEREAS,StudentAssociationbypreviouslegislationseekstostrengthenthetiesbetweenthetwoorganizations,andWHEREAS,MuscularDystrophyAssociationisaworthwhileorganizationinneedofmoneytocontinueservingthecommunity,andWHEREAS,Abedraceisanopportunityforthetwoorganizationstoworktogether,increasecommunityrelationsandraisemoney,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegoco-sponsorabedracetoraisemoneyforthemuscularDystrophyAssociation.SUBMITTED BY:TerriPollack,G.S.A.SpeakingSeatWalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:JulieSchwartzSENATEACTION,VOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126P''2'5\21'aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of '1Iic,,-pr<:siJ""t stateUniversityCollege at OswegoSenate20thLegislativeSessionFebruary13,1985Resolution28PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,SUNYOswego'sannualOpenHouseprogramhasgrownrapidlyinbothscopeandpopularitysinceitsinceptionin1978,andWHEREAS,The1985OpenHousescheduledforMonday,April15,1985isexpectedtoattractapproximately2,000prospectivestudentsandtheirparents,andWHEREAS,Thiseventrepresentsanexcellentopportunityforstudentclubsandorganizationstogainadditionalvisibilityandpossiblysomenewmembers,andWHEREAS,TheOpenHouseprovidestheaddedadvantageofhelpingtobringpresentmembersclosertogetherthroughparticipationinanexciting,informativeactivity,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationhasproudlysponsoredthiseventinthepast,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateuniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegofullysupportsthe1985CollegeOpenHouse.BeitfurtherresolvedthattheSenateurgesclubsandorganizationstoparticipateactivelyinthe1985OpenHouseprogramthroughdisplays,presentationsandotheractivities.SUBMITTED BY:JanetCarpenter,Co-chairofOpenHouseSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickJenniferCareyJulieSchwartzVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''21[\29' 2G9 '

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of presiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary20,1985Resolution29PresidentoftheSenateOswego,NewYork13126WHEREAS,Thecampuspolice(Council82oftheSecurityandLawEnforcementEmployees)ofSUNYOswegowishtobearmed24 aday,andWHEREAS,Itseemstobethegeneralconsensusofthestudentpopulationthatthedaytimearmingofcampuspoliceisunnecessaryforthelackofjustifiablereason,andWHEREAS,Thedaytimearmingofcampuspolicemightpromoteanytension,resentment,ordefensivenessthatmightarise,andWHEREAS,Thearmingofcampuspoliceinthedaytimehoursimpliesthatsidearmsarenecessary,andWHEREAS,Therehavebeenveryfewsituationsuptothispointthatwouldrequiresuchactions,andWHEREAS,Becauseofourconfidenceinthecampuspolice'sexpertiseindealingwithsituationswithouttheuseofguns,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegothatwestronglydisagreewiththemovetowardarmingcampuspoliceinthedaytime.BeitfurtherresolvedthattheadministrationofSUNYOswegoshouldconsultthestudentbodyinactionssuchasthisandrespondtothisresolutioninatimelymanner.SUBMITTED BY:JamesDingley,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:LucyCollinscc.SenatorJohnMcHughAssemblemanRayChesbroDr.RadleyDeanWassenaar------------------Room205HewittUnion

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateResolution29Page2ChancellorWhartonGovernorCuomoStanleyFinkWarrenAndersonV.P.ofcampusaffairs,SASU, TomSwanSENATEACTIONFailed4y,lOn,2a,IpresentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5\2912'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of'1Iice-p"e5iJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession26thMeetingMarch13,1985Resolution30PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,Thereseemstobeagenerallackofawarenessofthemanyprograms,services,andactivitiesmadepossiblebyfundingfromtheStudentAssociation,andAwarenessofthemanyfinetalentsofourmusicorganizationsfundedbyS.Ahasbeenlessthanoptimalinthepast,andEffortstoincreasetheawarenessofsuchorganizationssuchasSolidState'srecentperformanceintheHewittUnionservedtoaccentuatethetalentsofourstudentsaswellasbetterservingourS.A.feepayingStudents,therefore,BeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,COllegeatOswego,wholeheartedlysupportssuchperformancesintheHewittUnion,andencouragessuchperformancesinthefuture,soastobetterserveourstudentsandthisinstitution.BeitfurtherresolvedthatacopyofthisresolutionbesenttothevariousmusicorganizationsfundedbytheStudentAssociation,aswellastotheHewittUnionStaffandtheDeanofStudentServices.SUBMITTED BY:PeterBevine,DirectorofFinanceWalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentJimDingley,S.A.PresidentSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickSENATEACTIONClearlypassedRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationOff; J'11..P..J. tstateUniversityCollege fatI'/ZSI"n Senate20thLegislativeSession28thMeetingMarch27,1985Resolution32PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,ThetermofS.A.PresidentJamesDingleyiscomingtoitsconclusion,andWHEREAS,PresidentJamesDingleyhaspreserved,protected,anddefendedtheconstitutionoftheStudentAssociationandtheStudentsforwhichitstands,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationatSUNYOswegotothankJamesDingleyforhisdedicationandservicetothestudentsofSUNY-Oswego.SUBMITTED BY:JulioGraciaSPONSOREDBY:TheSenateofS.A.PASSEDBYVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phoge'3'5' 3413601

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of tl."'Vice-p,..,giJ"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession28thMeetingMarch27,1985Resolution33PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,ThetermofS.A.VicePresidentWalterBowleriscomingtoitsconclusion,and WHEREAS,VicePresidentWalterBowlerhasperformedthedutiesasPresidentoftheSenateandhasrepresentedtheidealsoftheStudentsatSUNY-Oswego,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheS.A.atSUNY-OswegotothankWalterBowlerforhisdedicationandservicetothestudentsofSUNY-Oswego.SUBMITTED BY:JulioGraciaSPONSOREDBY:TheS.A.SenatePASSEDBYVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126RhOQe(315\3413601

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of tl.epresiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession28thMeetingMarch27,1985Resolution34PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,ThetermofDirectorofFinancePeterDevinewillcometoitsconclusionlaterthisyear,andWHEREAS,DirectorofFinancePeterDevinehasworkeddiligentlyandwithprovenworthtothestudentAssociation,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheS.A.ofSUNY-OswegotothankPeterDevineforhisdedicationandservicetothestudentsofSUNY-Oswego.SUBMITTED BY:JulioGraciaSPONSOREDBY:TheS.A.SenatePASSEDBYVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of ti,e'Vice-p..esiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession28thMeetingMarch27,1985Resolution35PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,MichaelNemecekwillbegraduatinglaterthisyear,andWHEREAS,MichaelNemecekhasdedicatedhimselftothewell-beingoftheStudentAssociationandtheStudentsforwhichitstands,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheS.A.atSUNY-OswegotothankMichaelNemecekforhisdevotionandservicetothestudentsofSUNY-Oswego.SUBMITTED BY:JulioGraciaSPONSOREDBY;JoannPalmerJohnNemecekPASSEDBYVOTEOFACCLAMATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phoce'3'5' 3413601



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation 0ffic., of ti,.,CVic.,-presiJ.,nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession2 Gf:n Meeting February 13., 1985AgendaI.Calltoorder2.RollCall3.Approvalof agenda 4.Approvalofminutes 5.ExecutiveReportsJUlioGraciaDavid McNally6.CorrmitteeReport s RulesFinanceElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelationsSASUDelegate7.Specialorders8.UnfinishedBusinessBill42,43,resolution10 9.NewBusinessbill4810. Announcementsan:1PUblicCommentII.AdjourrmentPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 2-0:t)') MeetingFebruary12,1986 0ffi<:., of '1/i<:e-prud.,nt Oswego Minutes The .I$lIthMeeting ofthe21stlegislativesessionwascalledtoorderat6:05.Thefollowingweresworninassenators:NelsOlsonforRiggshall,GregClarkforWaterburyHall,JeffTravisforSenecaHall,JohnEgan ani PaulMcManisforOnondagaHall.Twooffcampusseatswereleftvacant.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:BobSteind.ler,BrianGoldman,JayButton,DanCannistra, and KarenConey and AlexFauldswithproxies.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges and additions:UMtospeakduringannouncements,Bill44waswithdrawn,MikeWillispickedupsponsorshipofresolution10.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGraciaWelcomedeveryonebackfromthebreakbothnew ani old.-TalkedaboutthepossibilityofFederalfinancialaidcuts and justwhatwouldbecut.828facultyandstaffstandtobecutthisyearfromthebudget. Grannn Rudmanwillcausea%5cutinaidthiscomingyear,upto30%nextyear(1987).Lookforpetitionsbytheend.oftheweekconcerningfinancialaidcuts. -:q!he Media'Centerwas a goodinvestment,itlooksterrificdownstairs.The Managerof dining serviceswillbehereinthenearfuturetodiscusswiththesenatethe"newTavern". -Thereareseatsopenonthe folld>Wing comrhittees:Parents'Weekend,literacyvolunteers.Thefollowingpositionsarevacant ani needto befilled:DirectorofAcademicEvaluations,SASUCoodinator. ,::-oSelection processforcommencementspeakershasstarted,nominationsaredueintheSAofficebythisfri.Feb.7th.Twospeakersaresought.-Lookingintotheposibilityofhavingthe Freshman Recordhereonthiscampus.Itwouldnotcostusanythingtodoit.Lookforabillconcerningitinthenearfuture.-Feb.lOththerewillbeameetingabout donn selficencyat 6pn in nn223 HewittUnion.MrWeekswill theretospeak.-Buttonsforthe125thofthisCollege whireh wefundedbeforebreakwerenotinwhenJuliogothereatthebeginningofthesemester,duetoarriveinthenext2weeks.-Applicationsarestillavailableforthebudgetcouncil.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession20 ttl MeetingFebruary12,1986Page2JulioGraciacontinued.Upjate onthebusstop.Thelightsareup,thevideocamerashouldbeinplaceinthenextcoupleofweeks,theheaterswillprobablyhavetobea summerproject.ThegroupswillstartmovingintothenewmediacenterthisSaturdayatnoon.-ProvostSearchCorrmittee:ihavingameetingFeblOthinthe formal loungefrom2:00-2:45allareencouragedtoattend,thisisyourchancetoheldchoosea newprovost.-JeffJones-Budgetcouncilwillmeetonthefollowingdates:Sat.Feb.15at12:15til10or11pm, Sun.Feb16that12:15til,SatFeb22at12:15til,Sun.Feb23at12:15til,theremaybemoredatesaddedtothis.BudgetrequestsfromallorganizationsshouldbeintheS.A.officenolaterthanWednesdayFebruary12that4:00.TherewillbeameetingofthebudgetcouncilThurs.Feb,13that4:00inrm 217BU.TheNewComputerisin,intheprocessofbudgetarytraining,wordprocesstrainingwillstarttheendofFeb.DavidMcNally BeeninAlbany.-SASU-LegislativeConference,AlbanyNY,willbeFeb28thMarch3.-AUxiliaryServices-Allocated1500.00toSAVACISmaintenencelines.Alsodiscussedthenewtavern.Programrequestsareavailable.COJVIIVII'ITEEREPORTSlEachcorrmitteegaveabrieforientationofthecorrmittee'sfunctionetc.RulesMeetMon.at6:00discussabettertime.Corrmitteemeetseveryweekgoesoverthepacket,checkbillrulistically,takecareofattendancematters.FinanceReviewsbillsofa fmancial matter.ElectionsThe Spring electionswillbeMarch18thpetitionsareavailableasof2/6intheSAofficeforthepositionsofSAPres.,VicePres,Senatorsallhallsandoffcampus,collegecounCil,auxiliaryservicesseats(4)andSASUDelagate.Thecorrmitteeneedseveryone'shelpintheelectionprocess,publicizethepositions!!StudentServices-Responsibletotryandimprovestudentlifebothonandoffcampus.CorrmunityRelations-Dealswithproblemsandactivitiesbetweenthecollegeandthecorrmunity.WinterFestival2/9-2/15,lotsofactivities.(willbeputtingabillinformoney).Problemswiththestudentsintownhaveimproved,couldbetheweatherortheraiseinthe drinking age.UNFINISHEDBUSINESSCoulddobusinessas long asitwouldberatifiedatalaterdate.Therewas noopinioninthesenateaboutentertainingbusinesssobusinesswasputoffuntilthevacanciescouldbefilled.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic., of '1Iic.,-pruiJ.,nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislative Sesffiion 2 bttl MeetingFebruary 12, 1986ANNOUNCEIVIENTSANDPUBLICCOIVJMENTPresidentoftheSenatePage3UAAphonathoni82/24-3/6 5; OOpm-lO: 00p'll themoneygoesdirectlyintoscholarshipsthegoalis$180,000.00.Thejobsincludesuchtasksascallingor runningand tallying.SuggestionthatSAgoasa"group".Monday2/10receptionatDrRadley's.PeterDevine-GreekRushplug-GSAmeetingTues.5:30in rm 212Union.TherewillbeanondenominationalmemorialserviceinthenameofDorothyRogers,whopassedawayoverbreak,Frioat12:00 213 in theUnion.ABCCommittee -Asoftodayvendersdeliveringbeertocampuscannotdothisanymore.Adjournment7:15Room205HewittUnionOswego, New York13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 21stMeeting February 19, 19861.Calltoorder2.RollCall3. Approvalofagenda 4. Approvalofminutes 5. Executive ReportsJulioGracia David McNallyOffi ..",ofCV'i..",-p,,,g;J,,,nt OSwegoAgenda6. Committee Reports Rules FinanceElectionsStudent SerVices CommunityRelationsSASUDelagate7.Specialorders8. UnfinishedbusinessBill42,43,res10. 9.New BW.siness Bill48, 49, 50, 51,res11 10. AnnounementsandPublicComment11.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation (){,cv.'YJ StateUniversityCollegeat of tit";c,,-r,.u;J"nt Senate21stLegislativeSession215 tIvleeting February19,1986 JV.linutes PresidentoftheSenateThe 2lJt;ti Meetingofthe21stLegislativesessionwascancelledduetopoorweatherconditions.RespectfullySubmitted, Efalne Burgess, Senate ClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession 2.2no February 26, 19861.Calltoorder2,RollCall3.Approvalofagenda 4. Approvalofminutes5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaDavid McNally Office ofCVice-prud.... tOswegoAgenda 6. CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceElectionsStudent Ser-vices CommunityRelationsSASUDelegate7.SpecialOrders 8.AnnouncEmentsandPublicComment9.Unfinishedbusinessbill48, 49, 50, 51, 52, res.11 10.NewBusinessbill 53, 54,5511.Adj ournment Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSeante21stLegislativeSession 22n:{l MeetingFebruary26,1986MinutesThe 21n: ofthe21stLegislativeSession was calledtoorderat6:05.Roll was takenwiththefollowingabsent:LisaWaldeyer,JeffZayicek,PeterDevine,BrianGoldman,KenBogard.ThefollowingweresworninasSenators:MichelleBottini, Maria Fey, Mark Daniels,Tim MurphY. Theagenda was approvedwithnochanges.Theminuteswereapproved unchanged. EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGraciaTheGovernorfound$30million,heJearmarked$4milliontosavetheproposedcutsinFacultypositioninthestate system, 228facultypositionswillbesavedbythis.-SUNYBoardofTrustiesmettoday,madedecisionconcerningcampussafty,CampusPolicenotbeingallowedtogooffthecampusinordertomakearrests.-SASUCoordinatorpositionisopen,itisapaidposition.ThepositionsofDirectorofPersonneland Academic EvaluationsDirectorareopen.-AppointedthefollowingtotheBudgetcouncil:TonyLaPinta,GregClark,KenBogard,TerryKenealy, and LisaLumnerfor Davi..;d McNally. -ConcerningthePubCrawl,A Bus was distroyedSat.night,severalmirrors,signsetc.weredistroyed.Centrowantstocanceltheservice,or have S.A.hirea guardtoridethebus.Julioseesouroptionsasthe follovling: 1.tellbusco.nottooverloadthebuspluswatchforpeopledoingthedamageandcharge them. 2 Haveless trips so that thebusco.couldtakethefundsfromthebustripsnotrunandhirea guard.3StopthePub Crawl altogethIT, hopefully temorarilly. Avote was takenonthisissueaftermuch muchdebate.Solution1-9,solution2-4,solution3-13.-Fri.21stofFeb.102Laniganfrom1:30-2:30willbeacandidate 160r theprovostpositionwillspeak.Onthe24thanothercandidatewillspeakinthefamalloungeat2:00.Thebuttonsare coming soon, bedistributedintheoncampusmailboxesandthroughLOCOforoffcampusstudents.-DirectorofDiningservicestospeaknextweek. -SeeletterinminutesconcerningS.A. BudgetsituationfromJulio.-Juliowouldliketo have abalancedbudgetfornextsessionrather.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2NYPIRG-representativesfromtheorganizationwerepresenttodiscussposibilitiesofhavingareferendumputontheelectionballotthisMarch17thforpurposesof getting NYPIRGonthiscampus.Therewas a long questionandanswerperiod.TheFeeforbeinginNYPIRGwouldbe3dollarsastudentatSONYCOitwouldbeamandatoryfeetobetakenoutwiththestudentAssociationfeeatthebeginningofeachsemester.JoannPalmertookthechairforaperiodsothatTerrycoulddirectsomequestionstothereps.out0fthe$36,000about2/3ofthemoney would comebacktothe campus inthe form ofeventsetc.TerrywantedtoknowhowmuchcontrolS.A. wouldhaveoverthemoney coming backtothecampusNYPIRGrep.saidthatitwoulddependonthecontractbetweenSAandNYPIRG.ItwasexplainedthatNYPIRGdealswithissuesofrights,conservation,environment,studentsasstudents,studentsascitizens.DavidMcNally -TerrenceKenealyranthe meeting inDavidabsence.-PPB-MultiCulturalLecture2/19at8:00,Fri. $ Sat.at7&9:30Fletch,TheWall3/4brian's Song. COMMI'ITEEREPORTSRulesMeeting Mon.at6:30.FinanceMeeting at7:30onMomday/Elections-Memotobeaddedtominutes concerningNarkYoung. StudentServicesWorking onthestepstothelakeonnew campus, working onblueprint. Working ongettingphonebillspaidatcheck cashing.Vender C'Marketpresenttodiscusstherecentdevelopments concerning thedeliveryofalcoholtocampus.therecentdecisionwastostopthisaction.Muchdebateforandaganst.SASU-Julio-Sent sign upsheetaroundtohavesenatorssitattableto sem peopletbAlbany.UNFINISHEDBUSINESSbill42 -Thisbill concerning FacultymambersontheS.A. staming committeespassedwithlittlediscussion.TheVotewas21y,2n,Oa.bill43 -ConcerningCollegecounciland giving thestudentseatdirectlytothePresidentofS.A.Thisbillwipesouttheelectionoftheseat.DavidRothsteinsaid tr.at alotofcampusesalreadyhavethissetup.Billpassedbyvoteoflly,lOn,laoResolution10,Passedbyvoteofacclamation.Adjournment 8: 20RespectfullysUbmitted,Elaine BJrgess, SenateClerk.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateTO:FROM:VATE:RE:STUVENTASSOCIATIONS.A.ELECTIONSCOMMITTEEFEBRUARY19,1986CASEOFMARKYOUNG On 18,1986 aYoung06Uponheehanged0606all06he A beall06havebeeneaeh a and who a 066ieehea a ehange06 06 all who a bindingi6 06 heeanbeheldliablelegalheandexaminingwe,eoneludevalid06no 16 hehavepiekedup a eaeh0606nowheaHedoalla Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Db'2'5'20'2G01

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TUDENT SSOCIATION PO.6,Ltion.Thi.6Jc.epoJc.t-<"6tobeinc.luded-<.ntheminu.te/':' a 6theZl.6tLegi.6lativeSe.6.6ion. JoannPalmeJc.Jenni6eJc.MeyeJc..6Pau.lBu.Jc.n.6Je66Zayic.ek/pa PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Db'2'5'21'2GO'

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TO: FROM: DATE:RE: SSOCIATIONTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONJULIOGRACIA1986JANUARY 29 SABUDGETOfficeofthePresident tothe I havethoughtalotaboutthe 06 theStudentweoutwitha I madethe 06 the6ee $5.00 to 06 the I hopedthatthe 06 the ($30,000) bebynottheininhappenedinIn06wehavebeenableto dogood themediaandthe SA SA havemeanttheelimination 06 laudedallgone.Theputto good Thewehavemadein SA willenableittotobeatthe 06 StudenttheinyoudidnotRnow,Studenttheinthe SUNY (I'm aneyeWehavebeenableto do withmoneythanwiththantwieeandbudget. SA eontinue 06 notonly 06 butwithinit.Wehaveaandliablebudget.Wehaveabalaneedbudget.TheStudentalevel06tothenalevel066undingandtaxation.Whatbetheamount06the SA 6ee?itmaQetothe6eewhen Do weneedthelevel06 Do wewanta6ee?Canwemainat06taxationand6unding?aboutthe06budget. Room208HewittUnion Oswego.NewYork 13126

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SSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresident 06thewehave a balaneedbudget. a dependentonwillhave a balaneedbudgettogivetoWhen I beeame I a budgetwith a de6ieit.willnotagain. A de6ieit A de6ieiteandeeline. I havetotheStudentWhatthebottomline?Thebottomlinethat Iam allallandalltoandtoeutwhattheyean.level066undingpeak.ittobelevel066unding.Let6aeethe6aetthatwillnotThatnonew06one .'.. taxation,the SA 6ee.Eaehwillhavetopaythatthat6inaneialaidbeeomingWehaveadvoeated6inaneialLetnotthe6eeThe SA 6eeto do eolleetively ( toown a example)thatweeouldnot do individually.Wethatittheindividual who Webewithmoney.an SA. Wemakeitit. Iam not a weItthenextonethat I about. 16 wehave a de6ieitnext do wegetthemoney?noWeplanwiththe SA thebudgetWehopeitwillbee66eetiveall 06 Fellow I youtothinkaboutwhat I have I youtothebudgetyoueanthebene6it06theStudentthebene6it06all jpaRoom208 Hev,itt UniOil Osw>'go.Ne\'! York 13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislative Session2'3idMeeting March5,19861.Calltoorder of OswegoAgenda2.Rollcall3,Approvalofagenda4.ExecutiveReportsJulio Gracia TerryKenealy5.FinanceReportJeffJones6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelationsSASUDelegate7.SpecialOrders8.UnfinishedBusinessbill53,54,55,9.NewBusinessResolution12 10. Announcements and Publfu CommentII.AdjournmentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssocaition Office of tI.e1!iwpl'e"iJent StateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegoSenate21stLegislative Session 2'3 rdMeeting March5,1986MinutesPresidentoftheSenateTHE 2-,.,Jmeeting ofthe21stLegislativesessionwascalledtoorderat6:10,JoannPalmerchairedthemeetinginDave McNally I sand TerTy Kenealy I sabsences.Rollwastaken w..th thefollowingSenatorsabsent:Mahesh Sabhini,BarTyMaclaughlfu,TerTy Kenealy,JohnEgan,BrianGoldman.SallyAnnCronkwasabsent w:lth proxyMike Nemecek,aswasLisaWaldeyer.Theminuteswereapproved,notingthat Jackie Johnsonwasabsentatthelast meeting. Theagendawasapproved unchanged. EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGracia-AppointedMichaelLevineS.A.rep.toLiteracyVolunteers.-AppointedLisaLeubnertotheAuxiliaryServicesSophomoreseat.-125thyearbuttonsareintheywillbeditributedtosenators who inturnwillhave than putinthemailboxesofeachof theE residencehalls.-General Manager ofDiningServicesCraigTraub-BySept.1986therestuarant will bemovedtothebasement,therewillbea"fastfoodllservicelocatedofthe grouni leveloftheUnion,Theupperlevel wnl beusedforcatering.The newTavernhasaentertairmentscheduleofmoviesMon.&tues.liveentertairmentonWed&Thurs.SenatorsvoicedsomeconcernsovertheserviceandqualityofthefoodintheTavern.Cash-opcanbeusedintheTavernnow. Theyarehopingforoperation7daysaweekinthefall.Someconcerningwasraisedoverthepolicyofonefeedafriendbookperpersonpersemester.Thefactwasbroughtupthatthecommuterconveniencemealpackage is welllikebyoffcampusstudents.Concernjng MayGraduation,CapsandgownsmustbeorderedbyApril1attheCollegeStore,price :is $13.47(includestax).Alsoeach graduating studentisalloted4tixtotheceremony.Concerning Bill43,whichwaspassedlastweek concerning theCollegeCouncilseat,letsadda granifather clausesothatMikeWillisoranyoneelsewhowantstocanstillrunforthatseatthisyearonly.Thisbecame amotionwhichpassedby avoteof17Y, On,3a.TheNewOffCampusStudent Lounge lookslikeabombshelter.Therehasbeen$500allocatedtofixtheplaceup,needdecoratingideas.seeDonHarrison. 'USSAConferenceinWashingtonD.C. -anyoneinterestedingoingseeJulio for ;nfnrmat;on andfllnding Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate '""Offie.. of ..CVie.. prtZSiJ.... t March 5, 1986page2 -Therewillbearesidencehallincreasenextyearof$100. Concerning theparttimefeebill,48,wedo wanttoseeafeeforallstudents-werepresentallstudents.-ConcerningtheBudget,BudgetCouncilwillmeetFrioat4:00.COMMITIEEREPORTSRulesBlll 48, concern:irJg theparttime,failedinrulesbecausetheS.A.Constitutionstatesthatthetaxmust beuniformthroughouttheStudentAssoc:iation. Finance -Noreport.ElectionsThePresidentialdebatewillbeThurs. March 13that12:30.StudentServicesConcernfug theposibllityof pay:ing phdne bllls atCheck cashIDg, accordingtothephone coitcan'tbedone.Stilltryingotheravenues.CommunityRelations-ThereisabillinthepacketforWinterFestival,hopeitpasses.OLDBUSINESSBill48-PeterDevine spokeinfavorofthisbill,thetimehascomeforaparttimefee.Healsosuggested $7.50 asemester.JuliosuggestedthattheBursar'sofficemightnotbeabletohandleapercredithourfee.ElvisRiveramade a friendly amendmentto change thefeeamountto $7.50 persemester,thiswasrejected.ColleenMcHalesuggestedafeeof$3.00percredithour. Mark Danielssaidthattheparttimefeeshouldbeaflatfeeasthefull tEe feeis.JackieJohnsonagreed.PaulBurnsmade amotiontotablethebill wh:bh wasseconded.Itseemsthesenateasa body wasforthefee,butdidn'tknowwhat amount.Billwastabled.Bill49-ColleenMcHalesponsorerofthe bnl explainedthatthisbillwastoletthestudentsdecidewhetherNYPIRGshouldbeonthiscampusornot.Shequestionedifallthesenatorshadreallyquestionedtheirconstituientsonthisissue and couldthusvoteonthis issue. DanFrenchsaidthat tJ'he decisionshouldbehowyoupersonallyfeelaboutNYPIRG,hesaidthathewas asupporterofthebill,letthestudentshavethechancetousethe dEmOcratjc process. Earb BogdanskiwantedtoknowhowNYPIRG,aexternalorganizationcouldgetontheS.A.ballot.MikeWillissaidthatthereisacaseinthe 2nd DistrictcourtconcerningwhetherornotstudentactiVityfeescouldbeusedforthispurpose.M:ikeNemecek said thattheSenateisheretomakethedecisionsforthestudents,NYPIRGisnotapprovedfor fund.:ing bytheS.A. SupremeCourt. Jackie Johnsonwantedtoletthestudentsvoteontheissue.Thequestionwas moved,thebill Passed byrollcallvoteof22y,the2/3neededtorunareferendum.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch 5, 1986page3Bill50 -ConcerningtheOswegoWmterFest :lval passedbyvoteof19y,2a.JackieJohnsonsaidthatit was goodcomnunityrelations. fJIike Nemecek saidthatS.A.shouldsupportthiseffortmonetarily.Bill51-Concerningthe Band CompetitioninSyracuse,ColleenMcHale said that thls wouldbegoodpublicityforthecollege,itsanhonorfortheseOswegostudentstobeinvited,wesouldsupport them monetaryily.The Finance ComnitteesupportedthebilLBillpassedbyvoteof21y, On, Oa.Resolution11-passedwithavoteofacclamation.Adjournment8:20RespectfullysUbmitted, Elaine Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent AssociationO//ie" 0/ '1/ie,,-pru;J"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession ;-'jth MeetingMarch12,1986Agenda1.Calltoorder2.RollCall3.ApprovalofMinutes4. Approval ofAgenda5.ExecutiveReportsJulioGraciaTerrenceKenealy6.FinanceReportJeffJones7. ReportsRulesFinanceElectionStudentServicesCommunity ReJations SASU Delegate 8.SpecialOrdersBill579.UnfinishedBusinessRes.1210.NewBusinessBill 56,1:)8, Res.13.1411.AnnouncementsandPublic Comment 12. PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssocaition of tl.epmiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession 24th MeetingMarch 1986'MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe Meeting or the21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:00.AndrewBehrendandMikeNemecekweresworninasSenators.TerrenceKenealywassworninastheNewVicePresident or theStudentAssocaitiontakingtheplace or DavidMcNally.Rollwastakenwiththe rollowing absent:BarryMaclaughlin,PaulMcManus,JohnEgan,sallyAnnCronk, Barb Bogdanski. Maheshsabhiniwasabsent w:th proxy.Theagendawasapprovedas rollows:Tony LaPintapickedup sponsorsh:por bill53 am. 54,PeterDevinepickedup sponsorsh:ip or bill 54, resolution12 wasaddedasnewbusinesstotheagenda,oldbusinessstoodwithbiLls48,53,54, am 55ontheagenda.EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGracia-Specialmeeting or Senatetoreadthecorrmencementspeechesinodertochoosethe3 r:inalistsror each degree ceremony. March8,ml.2121:30.-Missamealwilltakeplacethe emor March berore break,votewastakentodecidewherethemoney wouldgo.7votedin ravoror SAVAC,19votedin ravor 0 r UAAscholarship rum :Inthe nameor thelateRobertZeegler,whograduated rrom Oswegolastyear.-Concerningtheparttime+--graduate ree, JulioaskedthattheSenate rst decide if' theywanttohavesucha ree, thendecidehowmuchthat ree shouldbe,ttshouldprobablybea rlatree. -JuliorecievedaLetter rrorn Dr.RadleythankingtheSenate ror itsinvolvmentinthePovost cam.:idate sessions.Concern:ng theStudent Retensjon Committee, anyone interestedpleaseseeJulio.SupremeCourtReport,Heardthecase or Nemecekvs. NIPlliG, caseconcernedact or libel,theCourtruledthatitcouldnotruleonissues orslam.er, cannotinterpretNYstatelaw,onlythelaws or S.A.,S.A.presentlyhasnolawsconcerningLibel,thecasewas d:ismissed. -JulioVE'IODblll48concernigna rererend.um tothestudentsonwhetherthe ree shouldberaisedinorderto rumNlIRG. HesaidheVETOEDthebill ror 3reasons,f'inanc:ial,basedonthedebateinthesenatewhichcenteredonwhetherthesenatecouldmakesuchadecission.Hesaidthatitwasnottheconcept or a rererenlumwhich shouldhavebeendebatedbutthecontents or the rererenlum. HetoldtheSenatenottodelegatetheauthority or the desic:iDn makingtothepublicthattheSenateiselectedtomakethesedes:ic:ions.TheSenateshouldRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate March 12,1986page2 of proposetheamountoftheS.A.fee.Is fa:irtoraisethefee$6forNYPIRGthenturnaroundaraiseitagainbecauseofthefinancialproblemsoftheAssociation?Juliodemonstratedhowraisingthefeecouldhurtourorganizations,heexplainedthatapprx.$9,000lesswould gotoourorganizat .bns by funding NYPIRGbecauseofthe agreement thatS.A.gives25%ofitsbudgetrightoffthetoptothesportsprogramatOswego.JuLbsaidthatthefeecouldgoup$16.00 if theStudentAssocaitionwereto fund NYPIRG.Juliosuggestedtha.tNYPIRGstartonavolunteerbasisfirst,settledownandstartslow,gothroughthebUdgetprocessnextyear,therightway.Julioalsosaidthathe was nuetralontheprospectsofNYPIRG,butagainstraisingthethefee.Hewentonto sa;tthat NYPIRGisa goodorganizationbutifhehadtojudgetheorganizationontheact :bns hereatOswegohewouldbeagainstNYPIRG.Healsosaidtha.thehadbeenaccusedofloadingtheSenatewithantiNYPIRGsupporters.Healso san thattherehadbeenrurnersof haras::rnent onthe Part oftheNYPIRGsupporters.Hemade apersonalappealtotheSenateto abstajn fromoverriding 11 s VE'ID. TerryKenealy-Heldelectionsfora newpresidentprotem.JoannPalmer,Ken Bogard ani Mike Nemecekwerenominated,Mike Nemecek withdrew.Ken Bogard waselectedthenew Presiient Protem.-AppointedTonyLaPintaasthenewFinanceChairperson.-Terry's off cehoursare: MW -9:30-12:00,TTH-9:3011:00.FINANCEREPORTJeffJonesBudgetcouncilhasnowrappeduptheirproceedings.TheorganizationswillstartappearingbefortheSenatenextweek(25thMeeting).Thereccommendationshavebeenreleasedtothegroups.thebUdget counc li inpreparingthebudgetincludedaparttimefeeof$7.50astudentpersemester,hopefullythis Billw::J.l pass.Thecouncilalsomade manysalerycutsthroughoutthestudentAssociation.Alsocutmealallowancesto$3.00aday. COIVJlVITTIEEREPORTS Rules-Toallcommitteeheads rules needsyourattemancerecords.Allbillspassedrules.Finance-NewMeetingt:ime5:00onWed.speakonthe b:ills astheycomeup.Elections-Tues. March 11thwillbethedebateintheUnionLobbyat12:30,Wanttomeetwithallpollsupervisorsafterthemeeting,StudentServices-Shouldhavesomeplansforthestepstothelakeonnew campus bynextweek. ThelightsbetweenCayuga ani Onondaga wlil beinstalledovertheSummer.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONCommunityRelations-noformalreport.OLDBUSINESSPresidentoftheSenateMarch12,1986page3Bill53-Thisbill concerning the fun:ling oftheSociologyclubthroughtheProgram Furrlcont! ngencyAccount, passErl.:in bothrules ani Finance.The bill passedby avoteof27Y,On,Oa.Bill54-Peter Devine andColleenMcHalebothspokeinfavorofthebillwh:ichallowedfor fund..ing ofthe ArtExhibftion CommitteethroughtheProgram Funi ContingencyAccount.Colleenalsomentionedthatthefilmwhichthecommitteew:tshedtoshowcanbebarrowedfromtheOnondagaPublicLibraryforfree.Mike WilJ!it made a amemment toallowforthe67dollarsforthefilmtocomebacktotheContingencyaccountifthemoney wasnotexpended.Billpassdbyvoteof27Y,On,Oa.Bill55 -ConcerningaportabletaperecorderfortheBlackfriarsorganizationpassedinbothrules anifinance. DanFrench ani PeterDevinespokeinfavorofthebill.Billpassedbyvoteof25Y,2a.Bill48.-Thisbillconcerningthecreatingofaparttimefeewas changed to$7.50a SEmester fromaloweramount.ThefactthatparttimestudentsdobenefitfromStudentAssociation fun:ieditEmS oncampus wasbroughtup.Don Harr.1sonaskErl ifthisbillmentthattheseparttimestudentswouldhavefull r:lghts. Hewasanswered w:Ith ayes,parttimestudents wouldthenhavefullrights ani responsibiLities jn theStudentAssoc :iation. Billpassedbyvoteof28y,OaOn.MOTION 'ill OVERRIDETHE VE'ro ON BIIL 48 .JackieJohnson voicErl herconcernforthefinanc:ialaspectofthe ]jjll, $36,000dollarsforthe fundjng ofNYPIRG,butsupposedly2/3oftheSenate votErl infavorso2/3ofconstituientsmustbeinfavorofthereforendum.ThePresidentofOneidaHallcouncilspoke,hesaidthatnoorgahzationwas giving thebadpointsofNYPIRG,allthestudentswere heering thegoodstuff.Hewentontosaythatthe Senate isqUitecapabeof mak.ing this des c jon. Hewasagainstthereferendumgoingtothestudents. Weniy Millerexpla:inedthatitwaspossibleforNYPIRGtopaythe$1.50differencetomakethed .ffernecein thebudgetsothatS.A.clubs ani organizationswouldn'tbehurt.ShesaidthatNYPIRGisagreatorganization.MarkDanielssaidthathewas:infavorofNYPIRGlastweek whenitcametoavote ani stillvotedno,senateshould ded::tle. PaulBurnssaid that itwasnotalawtogive25%oftheS.A. budget tosports.Mike NEmecek said that theSenateshouldfollow JuJ!io' sexample and upholdtheveto.Healsosaid that the25%tosportsisonthebooksattheStudentAssociation.ColleenMcHalevoicedherconcernsfortheorganizat .i:msfurded byS.A.KenBogardergedeveryoneto abstain. PaulBurns saID tahttherewasalotofmissinformation runningaround.., hecon1:1 nuedthatiftheNYPIRGsupporters had beenoverzellousitwasonlybecausetheybelieve:in whattheyaredo j]g. HeergedSenatorstooverrideJulio'sVetostatingthathewasjustoneperson.Healsosaidthat if' thevetowasnotRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch 12, 1986overridenthatNYPIRGwouldbeadeadjssueonthiscampus. TheChairexpla ned thatthe:issue wouldnotbedeadthatNYPIRGcouldcomebackatany t:iJne. Mike Nemecek movedthequestion. Thequestionwascalled,arollcallvotewas a askedfor.Thevotewas 9y,9n, 9a.The veto wasnotoverridden.ANNOUNCEMENTSANDPUBLIC COMMENT There will bearallyinRomulusNYSat.March15th10:00to2:00-rallyforpeace.SASUweekof act.:ion isnextweektherewillbeatableintheunion.UAA-thereareapplications ava.llable intheofficeforpositions. Moving offcampus workshop Mon, 101Laniganat7:00. ADJOURNMENT 8:25Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONRollcallvoteforMot ion tooverridePresidentIS VEID ofBill49(NYPIRG)R.IppolitoNM.BottiniAM.SabhiniyB. Mac laughl:in L. WaldeyerAT.LaPintaAJ.MeyersAJ.PalmerNP. CoteAE.RiveraYM.FeyYA.BehrendAP.McManusJ.EganN.OlsenYM.ColisNJ.TravisAJ.Zayicek NJ.PaceYD.FrenchYW.MillerYP. BurnsyP. DevineM. Willis NS.CronkM.NemecekNJ.JohnsonyK.BogardAC. J iMcHaleAB.BogdanskiT. Murphy NG.ClarkNM.DanielsNFinalcount9y,9n, 9a.PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudent Association StateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession25thMeeting March 19" 1986 O//i"" 0/ tI,,,1/i",,-P,,,siJ,,,.,t Oswego Agenda1.Continuationofthe25thMeetingforbudget hearings 2. Adj ournrnent ofthe25thmeeting1.Calltoorder26thMeeting2.Roll caJ.l 3.Approvalofminutes4.Approvalofagenda5.Announcements ani pUblic commEmt 6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceElectionsStudentServicesCommunityRelations7.SpecialOrders8.Unfinishedbusinessbill 56" 58" resolution 14" Bill 59" Resolution129.NewBusmess10.ExecutiveReportsTerrenceKeneaJ.yJulioGracia11.Adj ourrIIlent Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate21stLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch19,1986 Offic" of '1Iic,,-prud"nt OswegoMinutesThe afth Meetingofthe21stLegislativeSessionwascalledtoorderat6:05.Theagendawasapproved.addingbill59tonewbusiness,announcements and pUbliccommentweremovedtoaftertheexecutivereports,resolution12 wastabled.Theminuteswereapproved unchanged. EXECUTIVEREPORTSJulioGracia-AppointedColleenMcHaleasS.A.totheStudentRetentionCommittee.Themissa mealforthissemesterwillbeMarch19thDinner,itwillbenefittheOswegoUndergraduateAllumniAssociationinthe name ofthelateRobertZeegler,a 1984graduateofthisinstitution.Ofthe20speeches:intherunningthe6speecheswerechosenonsaturday,thesechargestotheGraduateswillbeorallypresentedtotheCeremonies conmittee March19that 4pn in213 Hewftt Union.TheHewittUnion Poard seeksanoncampusstudentpreferablyaSenatortobea manber ofthegroup .. The Poard isanadvisorygrouptotheprocedures,programmingetc.whichtakesplace :in the Union. -JuliorecievedaletterfromtheStatueofLiberty Foun:iation askingforadonationof$100.00. Julio suggeststhatsomeonedrawup and su1:mitt ab lil forthiscause.-ConcernigtheBudgetfornextyear,wehaveabalancedbudgetwitha$95StudentAssociationfee.SenatetomeetThursdayforbudgethearings.TerryKenealy-PPBReport-Thurs.March12th,Impromtu,"CatchaRisingStarComedyNight"attheH.U. Ballroom at 8pn. Fri&Sat.March5th and 4th,Cinevisions,"PeeWee's Bjg Adventure",at7&9:30213 H.U. Tues Marhc18thImpromtu,Caricaturesallday,Unionlobby.Tues.April1,Cinevisions,"Body DOUble", 213 H.U.7&9:30.Fri.April4thFineArts"LateGreatLadiesofJazz and Blues",8: 00 pn H.U. fu.llroom.ANNUONCEMENTS. ANDPUBLIC COJVJlVIENT DanFrench-SaidhehopestoseetheNYPIRGBillbroughtupagainnextsession,said thatweshouldletthepeoplespeakwheneverpossible-TomLonquist,DiectoroftheUnion,announcedthatapplicationsfortheStudent-DirectorpositionsintheUnionwillbeavailablesoon,thereare6positions,anyoneinterestedshouldstopintheH.U.ma.inoffice._ DeanWassenaarmentionedtheincreasedproperty damage occuringoncampusthissemester,askedthehelpofSenatorsin try:ing togetitundercontrol.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONCOJVllVlITI'EEREPORTSPresidentoftheSenate 19,1986page2Rules-Resolution12 passed., Rules need.s theattendancerecordofalloftheotherS.A.standingcommittees.Finance-Willspeakonthebillsas they corneup.ElectionsPassed. outpostersforSenatorstodistribute,thesepostersadvertisetogetouttovoteoftheS.A.electionsMarch18th.TherewillbeapollsupervisormeetingMon.at7pmintheS.A.office.StudentServicesnoreport.CommunityRelations-Meetingsare5:15wednesdays -CollegeCommunityRelationsCommiteee met decided. thattheWinterFestivalwasnotthatsuccessful,goingtoconcentrateonthemore successfiu.l eventssuchasCollegeCommunity Exchange Day.OLDBUSINESSBill57-Thisbillwhich allowed. for furJding oftransportationtoapeacerallyinRomulusNYwas waived. throughrules, passed. throughfinance.Afrien:ilyameniment was madetoincreasetheamountinquestionto$100becausethegrouphad35peoplesigneduptoattend,eachpersonwillbe payjng $5.PaulBurnsspokeinfavorofthis.thebillwas amended again to$275inordertopayforthewholebus.Juliomadeanamendmenttomaketheamount adonationratherthananallocation.Theoriginalbeitfurther enacted. clausewas removedandreplacedwithBeitfurther enacted. thattheStudentAssociationcaninnowaybeheldresponsiblefortheindividualactionsonthepartofthisgroup.(orLibel).Thecheckforthe d
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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBUDGETHEARINGSCONTINUEDOswego,NewYork13126SASU-Wasreccorrnnendedfor furrling at $17,925.00 whichwouldbe$3perstudent,thepresentyear's alltbcation iscurrently$4perstudent .. Amotionwas madetoacceptbudgetcouncil'sreccommendation,thenitwas amendedto12,000or$2astudent.,though$2astudentcouldjeperdizeourstatusasa memberofSASU.Aformalamendment was madetoputtheamountbackto$3perstudent.Thismotionpassed.SASUtobe funded at$3perstudentor$17,925.00.***Recessof25thMeetinguntilThursdayat6:00.***11: 50pm.***Recessendedat6:30Thursday***PPBConcertsTheSupportingServicesaccountwas recconmendedat$30,933.00.Theorganizationhadaproblemwiththeamountof fundsald.tted fortowelsandagencyfees.Amotionwas madefor32,113.00whichfailed.Motionfor$31,113.00was madethenamendedto$31,293.00whichpassed.Promotionwas recconmendedat$7,213.20whichrepresentedaninreaseinsuperspots am areductioninOswegonianads.Thisamount viaS waspassed.Personnelwas reccommendedatthepresentyearIsallocationof$1,512.00thisfigurewas amendedto1602.00whichpassed.PPBLecturesTheSupportingServices unier foodwasmcreasedto1660from1580bytheSenate,thisallowsfor2studentsontheboardtoaccompanythelecturertodinner.MenIs Rugby TheUnionDuesaccountwas reccommendedat$300.00 allow:ing foroneteam.TheSenateincreasedtheallocationto$600allowingfortwoteams,anAteamandaBteam.TheTransportationaccountwasadjustedbecauseofthechangeinnumberofteams.Itwasadjustedto9carsperaway gameforatotalof$1,845.Mealsaccountwasadjustedfortheadditionofateamto35playersat6 gamestotaling$630.Cheerleading-This organization was funied attheSenatefloorbecausetheydidnotgothroughthebudgetcouncilprocess.Cheerleadingwasallocated $420 for W1iforms (12skirtsX$35),They wereallocated$108forTravel,forPlayoffgamestheywereallocatedzero,toldthemtocometotheSenateintheeventthatthebasketballteamgetstotheplayoffs.TotalbUdget=$528.00.LOCOTheAdministrativeAssistantaccountwas reccorrnnendedat$675whichreflecteda10%cutinsaleryaspertherestofthepaidpositionsinthestudentassoc:iationthissession.TheSenate fumed thepositionasrecconmended bybudget councml. TheOfficesuppliesaccountwas reccommendedat$500and amenied to$600 bytheSenateduetoincreasedcopyingcosts.Publicitywas funded atthereccommendationofbudgetcouncil and thisyear'spresentallocation416.80.***Meetingwasrecessedat8:55untilWednesday March19th.*** f11ine Burgess,Senate Room205HewittUnion

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBUDGET HEARINGS 26THMettingWomen'sCenterAccount #890Educationwas reccommendedat1250.00bythebudgetcouncil,theSenatepassedthelineatalevelof$1650anincreaseof400whichtheorganizationistouseatitsdescretion,probablyusethemoneytorenewtheirjournals.Account #888 Advertis:hg was reccomnendedat$179.20bybudgetcouncil,theSenatepassedthisamount. Oswegonian Account #557Publicationwas reccommendedat$20,605.00by BudgetCouncil.Thisamountreflected4lesspages,3 production, 1 advertising, probablytheCenterfold.TheSenatepassedthislineasreccommended bybudgetcouncil.Account #560 Production Supplieswas reccommendedat$2000.00,therewas amotionfor2,252.65which wastheorganization'srequest-thisfailed.TheSenatepassedthisaccountasreccommended bybudgetcouncil.Account #569 Typesettjng Supplieswas reccommendedat$3000.00.Amotionwas madeforthisamount -thismotionfailed.Therewas amotionfor$3,300,thismotionpassed.Account #570Photographywas reccommendedat$2000.00,a motion was madefor$2,200.00whichpassed. WIDP The Programmingaccountwas reccommendedat$4,000.00,theSenateallocatedthisamount. The incomelinewas reccommendedat $ 2,000.00,butwasdecreasedbecausetheorganizationdidnotfeeltheycouldgetasmanyclientswithouttheincreaseinprogrammingtheyhadrequestedbutdidnotget..The Incomelinewasputat$1500.Therewas astipulationaddedtotheincomeline,that any money madeovertheincomelinewillgobacktothe WIDP accountsotheymayspenditastheydeemnecessary.ParentsWeekend -Postagewasraisedto $ 511 bytheSenateduetotheincrease in thebulkmailingrate. Publ.icity waspassedasreccommended bythebudgetcouncilat89.60.*****Quaromdroppedto15****Pendulum Account #577Printingwas reccommendedat$1800.00which prOVidedfor6issuesof4000copieseachprint.Theorganizationcame upwitha newformatt wh.ich wouldcutthecostandallowthem 8issuesatacostof$2640.00at5000copies.Thiswouldstillbeadecreasefromlastyear.TheSenatepassed$2640asthenewamountintheprintingaccount.TheTypesettingaccountwasalteredtoaccountforthe2extraissuesandwasallocateda984.24.ProductionSupplieswas reccommendedat$45.00 amotionfor$60.00was made,thenamendedto$100.andamendedagainto138.12whichpassed.ThePhotographyaccountwas reccommendedat$30,amotionwas madefor$90.04whichpassed.OfficeSupplieswere reccommendedat$100,andpassedbytheSenateatthatamount.Circulationwaspassedattheamountof$51.20whichallowedfor$3.20pertripx2 trips x8issues.Telephonewaspassedatthereccomnendationat$30.00.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentTO:FROM:VATE:RE:THESTUVENTASSOCIATIONSENATEJULIOGRACIA1986MARCH5SPEECH:MYVETOONBILL49I ve.toe.dBill 49 The. I ve.toe.d the.Billon the.06Onthe.06the. de.bate. whiQhon the.06the.Onthe.06the.6inanQial06the.Stude.ntAnd on the.on my vie.wthe.06the.Stude.nt I the. de.bate.inthe. I e.ve.natPaulwhiQh I apologize..Why I I node.bate.inthe.The.title.06Bill 49 "The.billplaQe.dinThe.06the.billnotThe.06the.billnotThe.06the.billnotthe. de.bate.on twoon the.06the.tovote. and on the.validity06the.tomake.anyThe.tothe. Se.nate.thati6you do notvote.youtovote..We.e.le.Qte.d how Qanwe.be.the.06to SA be.e.nQampaigningtovote.inthe. Qommunity,inthe.inthe.nation,we.lltoge.tin6lue.nQe.06the.voiQe. on SA in06the. QonQe.pt06Butan e.mptyThatlike. SA in06Like. SA in06 Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresident2 16uptoyou and"Iamin06abill."Whatyouwouldhim ...? Youhimwhatthatbillabout? I amin06abill.thatbillabout? I amin06ThatwayYouyoutothe06a06Youeannot06aYou do notwithouthavinganythingtoinaIt06thatnottoon0606anItto 0 aanditit 00b notintinit. I ittot 0 aanditi6had good bynotinit.Butthatwhat06andid,knowinglyunknowingly.Anditinway: bytoa06quiltand by06 I thatthatdidnotanybody.06you 06you bymanyby a I nanynoWhat youallineommonthatyoutothatyouthatdidnot I eannotlookintoto6indout how 06youaboutandoath06but I eanyouthatyou06 ... andthatthatyouthatthatyou do not makingtopublie ... makingbody.Youtoldthatyou do notanybody,thatyouin06on Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresident Nyp..iJtg6e.e..That..i-6 wJtong.16youtJtulybe.l..ie.ve.thatyou do notJte.pJte.-6e.ntanybody,thenyou Qouldnotvote..in6avoJt06theB..ill and you Qouldnotvoteaga..in-6ttheb..ill.You Qouldonlyab-6ta..in,..i6youtJtulyJtepJte-6ented nobody. Buteventh..i-6,theSenateQannotdelegate6..i-6Qal4e-6pon-6..ib..il..itytothepubl..iQ.OUJtQon-6t..itut..ion -6tate-6thattheSenate..i-6the body thata-6-6e-6-6e-6the SA tax(the SA 6eel.OnlytheSenateQandeteJtm..inetheamount06the6ee...i-6 a good Jtea-6on60Jtth..i-6.16theSenateaQQept-6th..i-6Jte6eJtendum,whatw..ill happen?Well,Nyp..iJtgw..ill go on a bl..itzonth..i-6Qampu-6.Theyw..ill Qampa..ign,theyw..ill enl..i-6t -6UppoJtt,theypJte-6ent the..iJt be-6t-6..ide.TheJte..i-6noQhallengetoNyp..iJtg. AndtheJteJteally..i-6noQhallengetopJte-6ent.Butth..i-6..i-6notto-6aythatNyp..iJtg-6hould be peJtm..ittedto..in61uenQeoJtd..iQtate..it-6ownteJtm-660Jtthe SA 6ee to..in61uenQe by publ..iQ..ity,tod..iQtate by -6peQ..i6..iQally Jteque-6t..ing how mUQhmoneythe SA 6eemU-6tpJtov..ideto..it.OnlytheSenateQanpJtopo-6etheamount06the SA 6ee.BeQau-6eonlytheSenateha-6an ..int..imateknowledge06the SA budge.ta-6 a whole.IntheQom..ingweek-6th..i-6-6enatew..ill-6ee,l..ine by l..ine,theQompletebudget06theStudentOnthe06th..i-6knowledgetheSenate have todeQ..idewhetheJtto..inQJtea-6ethe SA 6ee,and..i6-60, byhow mUQh.OnlytheSenateQanpJtopo-6ethe SA 6ee.I-6..it6a..iJttoletthe-6tudent-6deteJtm..inewhetheJttog..ive-6..ixdollaJt-6toNyp..iJtg, whenwedon'tknow how mUQhwe may have to..inQJtea-6ethe6ee?Let6-6aythat-6tudent-6 do deQ..idetog..ive 6 dollaJt-6toNyp..iJtg.ButthentheSenatedeQ..ide-6that..itmU-6tJta..i-6ethe6ee $10.00. Wouldthe-6tudent-6 have voted60Jttho-6e $6 ..i6theyknewthe6eewa-6be..ingJta..i-6edto $10? TheJteby an..inQJtea-6e06$16f1-6..it6a..iJttoletthe-6tudent-6deQ..ideto..inQJtea-6ethe6ee $6 whenwe do notknow what oUJt SA budgetand SA 6eew..illlookl..ike.No,..it..i-6not6a..iJt.16wepeJtm..itth..i-6pO-6-6..ib..il..ity,thenweaJtedo..ing a d..i-6-6eJtv..iQetooUJt-6tudent-6. The Senatemu-6taQQepttheJte-6pon-6..ib..il..ity60JtQ-6-6e-6-6..ingthe6ee.It..i-6do..ing a d..i-6-6eJtv..iQe by notthe6..inanQ..ial ..impaQt.,..LetU-6exam..ineth..i-6-6..ituat..ion6Jtomthe6..inanQ..ial v..iewpo..int. Come on)takeoutpenQ..il and papeJt andlet'-6Qon-6..ideJtth..i-6pO-6-6..ib..il..ity .-----------------Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresident FoJt!.l..i.mpl-<.c...i.::tyle.::t!.l!.lay ::the.SA 6e.e...i.!.l $100,(and ac.::tually ::tha::tmay be. ::the. c.a!.ltJ25%06 ::tha::t$100 au::toma::t..i.c.allygoe.!.l ::to VaJt!.l-<.::tyA::thle.::t-<.c.!.l,::th..i.!.l..i.!.ldue. ::to::the. 6ac.::t ::tha::t A::thle.::t-<.c.!.l no::thave. ::the...i.Jtown!.lpe.c...i.6..i.c.6e.e..16we.g..i.ve. ::the.m$25 ::the.n ::tha::t le.ave.!.l $75 60Jt ::the. Jte.!.l::t06 SA. Ok. Now le.::t!.l!.layNyp..i.4gpa!.l!.le.!.landc.Jte.a::te.!.lan-<.nc.Jte.a!.le.06 $6 pe.Jtye.aJt.The. SA 6e.e.be.c.ome.!.l $106. We.ll25%06 ::tha::t$106 goe.!.l ::to A::thle.::t-<.c.!.l, ::tha::t ..i.!.l $26.50 goe.!.l ::to a::thle.::t..i.c.!.l, ::tha::t le.ave.!.l $79.50 60Jt ::the. Jte.!.l::t06 SAbu::t Jte.me.mbe.Jt ::tha::tyou have.::to g..i.ve.Nyp..i.Jtg-<.::t!.l $6 !.l0 $73.50 ..i.!.lac.::tuallyle.6::t60Jt ::the.SA oJtgan-<.za::t..i.on.Be.60Jte.Nyp..i.Jtg-<.::twa!.l $75.00, a6::te.JtNyp..i.Jtg..i.::t..i.!.l $73.50,::tha::t ..i.!.lonly a$1.50 le.!.l!.lpe.Jtpe.Jt!.lon, bu::t whe.n you mul::t-<.ply-<.::tby 6000 !.l::tude.n::t!.l ::tha.::t me.an!.l::the.Jte.-<'!.l $9000 le.!.l!.l60Jt ::the. oJtgan-<.za::t-<.on.Wh-<.c.hoJtgan-<.za::t-<.on!.lhallwe.!.lac.Jt..i.n..i.c.e.60JtNyp..i.Jtg? I::t ba66le.!.l ::the. m-<.nd ::tha::t::the.SA gove.Jtnme.n::tc.ouldpO!.l!.l-<'bly::th-<.nk06g-<.v-<.ngappJtox-<.ma::te.ly $36,000 pe.Jtye.aJt ::to Nyp..i.Jtg,wh..i.le.oUJtownoJtgan-<.za::t..i.on!.l have.::to !.lc.Jta::tc.handbe.g60Jte.ve.Jtype.nny. Ihave. e.xam..i.ne.d ::the.budge.::t !.le.ve.Jtal::t-<.me.!.l. I::t look!.lwoJt!.le.e.ve.Jty::t-<.me.. A::t ::th..i.!.lpo-<.n::t,-<.noJtde.Jt ::to ave.Jt::t6-<.nanc.-<.al..i.n!.l::tab..i.l..i.::ty I a!.lke.douJtd-<'Jte.c.::toJt066..i.nanc.e. ::to e.xam-<.ne. ::the. c.u::t!.l-<'n ::the.budge.::t Jte.que.!.l::t!.l06alloUJtoJtgan-<.za::t-<.on!.l.The. SA 6e.e. may -<.nc.Jte.a!.le.up ::to$15 -<'6 ::the. !.le.na::te.-<'!.l no::t c.aJte.6ul-<'n-<.::t!.lappJtopJt-<.a::t..i.on!.l. No pJte.!.l..i.de.n::t,no!.le.na::te.,c.anpe.Jtm-<.::t ::the. e.!.l::tabl-<'!.lhme.n::t06Nyp-<'Jtg a::t::the. e.xpe.n!.le.06ouJtownoJtgan-<.za::t-<.on!.l.16!.lome.06 you 6el::t-<.n!.lec.uJtea!.l!.lena::toJt!.l, Idono::thave.::tha::t pJtoble.m. Ido have a manda::te. I haveknoc.ke.d oneveJtydoJtmJtoomdooJton::th..i.!.lc.ampu!.lwhe.n I Jtan60JtPJte!.l..i.den::t. I know ::tha::t ::themajoJt..i.::ty06!.l::tuden::t!.l dono::twan::t Jta..i.!.le!.l-<'n::the SA 6ee.PeJthap!.l a on::the SA 6ee-<'!.l no::t pO!.l!.l-<'ble, bu::t only ::the. !.lena::tec.andtc.-<.deba!.led onknowledge abou::t::the.budge::t.I::t c.an no::t be-<.n6luenc.ed by wha::tN yp-<'Jtgwan::t!.l. I ve::toed::theB-<'ll.-( Wha::tdoI ::te.llNyp-<'Jtg? I ::tell::th-<'!.l ::to Nyp-<'Jtg. Youwan::t::todogood::to ::th-<.!.lc.ampu!.l,::then dono::t undeJtm-<.neoUJtbudge::taJtypJtoc.e!.l!.l.F..i.Jt!.l::t, I a!.lk you::to ge::t!.leedmoney6JtomyouJtc.en::tJtal066-<.c.e ::to e!.l::tabl-<'!.lhyouJtc.hap::teJtand ::to e!.l::tabl-<'!.lh wha::t !.le.Jtv..i.c.e!.l you c.anpJtov-<'de ::to U!.lall.Sec.ond, I Jtem..i.nd you::tha::tyou c.an6undJta..i.!.le.Th..i.Jtd,::thepJtoponen::t!.l06Nyp..i.Jtgj9-4e..do
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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresident5 who cannot do nottoWell, I havetheWhatcanbeandthanbecomeThatwaynotonanyone.Look,all dodo go... (HeyKengood,weneed 6 HeyColleendonate 6 Thatwaytheycan'ttakemoneythattheydon'twant.The SA 6eeandwe do topenny 06 60% to40%,then 40% betopay6eenothavetobeandnothavetobeOnthe6eetheygotandtheywantmoney.down a beandBudgetnext I I helpyou on a planandBut Iam notaboutto go toandtellthem$36,000,takemywalletSomebodySASU,well I havenoOn SASU SASU about$23,000not$'6,000 SASU dependentonSenatethe SA Budget,on$2.00Budgetthatbecut$23,000to$17,000cut).Buttoplace SASU tohedgeaboutaboutPeoplemyabout I havethat Iam onbutthat Iam anthe SA nee. I and I have a the06RalphButnow a bad to SA money.It a bad I a and I notjudgeonthe 06 thepeople who leadon 161 then I wouldbe I havebeenabout a I have a thanaenemy. Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)

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SSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresidentI thepeoplepotentialandevenletthem SA budget,myonlythat I todealwithanthatwantedthanwithaWhen. I vetoedthebill, r invitedJilltotoaboutit. I wantedtoknowthevetomeand I wanteditintheopen. I wantedtothemmythem,in06mywiththem.And I talkedwithMynotThenext I tothe A dittodidnotmethatThenme06awiththatthey votingathatone06the SA toldby athatitto go inanNext, Ihad awhouptomethathewantedtobeaandme06appointingandloadingthewithwhenin I haveappointedexhibit"A": S Daniel h. (ALSOcA$E.S OF ;:>HYS1("AI.1'1:>]'eRSuA:TX::.-J>t: 0 'Pce-7f.JVo"J't"N...,.,.1-r'Lc::,.)You Ido notabouton I haveanyonetoleavemybut I didtellthattoleave,he had notomyAll06thepeoplewhohavewanttobetoYouanopinion.like''oP.4A!:IotoJ''PT2.I':SAN:bCJ5ONNy?> .. aot6) No theit $3 whenit $6 thatyoupayin06 $3 16the06thethen I wantnothingto do withthemandwenotthemtoTheyoutonighttotheveto. A voteto A "no"votemean.&tomyvetoandthe I willnotbewhen you maketonight.Theuptoyou. I havemy r thatyou do notme.Allthat I tellyou,that I havetobethe Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeofthePresident 7 I eanbe. I havetniedtoletyou6eelmyandmyyouanethe06thestudent I ean do nothingwithoutyou. I younottoovennidemyveto. I younottovotein6avon06ovenniding,but Ido notevenyoutovotein6avon06myveto. I youto Ido notknowall06you,but I tellyouthat I havetniedtobe6ainandinallmyineludingone. I haveanoathtopnoteetand I willindeed. I havedonemy60ntheandveto. I havebeeneleetedthnee60nandonee60n I havetniedto do my6nomattendingtoininmy066iee. You owemenothing.Buttomeantoyou,itto. I youout06andout06mytopnoteettheStudentand onthe06thethat I have ...I makeappealtoyouto6nomovenniding.Thankyou.Ipa Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic., of 'Vic.,-pl'.,g;j.,nt StateUniversityCollegeAtOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985Bill1PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationfiscalyearrunsfromJuly1toJune30,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationcannotfunctionwithoutanannualbudget,andWHEREAS,The20thSessionSenatehaspreparedabudgetforthe1985-86year,and WHEREAS, Thesaidbudgetistheproductofmanyhoursofhardworkworkandheateddebate,andWHEREAS,Thelargemajorityinvolvedinthepreparationandapprovalofthebudgetagreethatitisthebestpossiblebudgetthatcouldbedrawnup,consideringallthecircumstancesasevidencedbythepassageofbill96bythe20thLegislativeSession,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswegothatthisSenateapprovesandadoptsasit'sownthe1985-86budgetasapprovedandtransmittedbythe20thLegislativeSession.SUBMITTED BY:JulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDaveMcNally,S.A.VicePresidentPeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:WalterBowler,CayugaHallSenatorSENATEACTIONvoteofl3y,5n,5aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril22,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PRESIDENT

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Olfi"e oftl.e'Vi"e-'Prudent StateUniversityCollege'atOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985Bill2PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,ThroughoutthepastseveralyearstheS.A.hasacquiredapositivefundbalance,andWHEREAS,ThepurposeoftheSurplusCommitteeistoreviewSurplusexpenditureandallocation,andWHEREAS,ItisrecognizedacertainamountshouldbesetasidetomaintainthecapitalinvestmentsoftheS.A.,andWHEREAS,Itisrecognizedacertainamountshouldbesetasidetoinvestinlongtermprojects,andWHEREAS,Itisrecognizedacertainamountshouldbeearmarkedforwhendiscrepanciesinthebudgetoccur,andWHEREAS,Emergencysituationscomeaboutwherefundsmustbeallocatedorexpended,andWHEREAS,Acertainamountshouldbesetforshorttermprojectsandemergencies,thereforeBeitenactedthatthepositivefundbalancebesUbjecttothefollowingguidelinesassetbelow:1.$50,000Capitalreserve2.$50,000EquipmentreplacementTheremainingtobesetas:1.85%longtermprojects2.10%emergenciesanddiscrepanciesinthebudget3.5%assenatedeemsnecessaryBeitfurtherenactedthatallapplicantsdesiringfundingfromthepositivefundbalancemustpresentS.A.theirrequestspriortoreachingthefloorofthesenate.ThissupercedesallotherpreviouslegislationconserningtheSurplusguidelines.SUBMITTED BY:ClaireLoomisTonyFerrerRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill2 Offic.. of ti,..'Vic.. p,...giJ.. ntPage2SPONSOREDBY:TerrenceKenealyRobertGhosioJr.WITHDRAWNPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Pb'2'5\21'aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-pres;}el stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985Bill3PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,AllStudentsmatriculatingatSUNYOswegoonafulltime,parttime,graduateandundergraduatelevelenjoythebenefitsofmostS.A.fundedservicesandactivities,andWHEREAS,Thecurrentfeeonlyprovidesforataxonfulltimeundergraduatestudents,andWHEREAS,Theperhourassessmentbasedontwelvecredithoursis$7.08percredithour,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego,thateffectiveFallSemester1985allparttimeundergraduatesandgraduatestudentsbeassessed$7.08percredithour.Beitfurtherenactedthatalladmissionratesnowreflectastudentpriceandanonstudentprice.SUBMITTED BY:RobertGhosioJr.SPONSOREDBY:WalterBowlerWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(215)20'2601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation of pmdmt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985Bill4PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,AcluttercausedbythecurrentprintedmediadistributionsysteminHewittUnionMainLobbycausesvisualpollution,and,WHEREAS,CustodialcrewsdiscardOswegoniansthatfalloffthistable,andWHEREAS,Itisdesirabletoprovideattractive,functionalnewspaperrackstoeliminatetheproblem,andWHEREAS,Theconstructionoftwo(2)newpaperracksforprintedmediawouldinclude:tworacks(2)@130.00each=amaxiumof$260.00BeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationallocateamaxiumof$260.00fromfixedAssetsAccount #912 forconstructionoftwonewspaperracksfortheprintedmediaintheHewittUnionLobby.SUBMITTEDBY: TomLonnquist,DirectorofHewittUnionSPONSOREDBY:RobertGhosioJr.SeeStipulationsintheminutesofMayB,1985.SENATEACTION12y,9n,laJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May17,1985DateSignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''0'['24'aGQ'

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offi"e of CVi"e-p,esiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985Bill5PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Fundsareneededtoconstructafacadeforthree(3)postalvendingunitsthattheHewittUnionandStudentAssociationhaveobtainedfromtheUnitedStatesPostalService,andWHEREAS,TheunitsarecurrentlystoredinOswegopendingconstructionof said facade,andWHEREAS,ThePostalVendingStationwouldbenefittheentirecommunity,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationallocate$450.00fromSurplusAccount #99 fortheconstructionofafacadeforthree(3)postalvendingunitsintheHewittUnion.SUBMITTEDBY:TomLonnquist,DirectorofHewittUnionSPONSOREDBY:RobertGhosioJr.SENATEACTION Clearly passedJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May8,1985DateSignedbyPresidentSeeStipulationsstatedintheminutesofMay8,1985.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126or'2'Gl24'aGQ'

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Ollice 01 CVice-prudent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985Bill6PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheOfficeofCharteredTripshasdemonstratedaphenominalgrowthinitsefforttoserveSUCOstudentstravelneeds,andWHEREAS,DailyoperationsaremadedifficultbecauseofthenecessitytomoveoperationsbetweenthesecondfloorofficespaceandthecounterspaceadjoiningtheHewittUnionInformationDesk,andWHEREAS,ItwouldbedesirabletodevelopanadditionalofficespaceintheInformationDeskareawhichwouldeliminatetheinconvenienceofdailytransferoftheofficefromspacecurrentlyassignedonthe2ndfloorandtolocatesaidofficeintheHewittUnionMainLobby,andWHEREAS,Theconstructionofawall,doorwayandservicewindowintheInformationDeskarea,HewittUnionMainLobbywouldinclude:DOor&Frame Lockseti Steel stud ( 4) SheietrockTotal$205.00$110.00$20.00$30.40$365.40Beit bytheSenateoftheStateUniversityofNew York, CollegeatOswego,that$365.40beallocated from SurplusAccount#99tobeusedtofundtheconstructionofawall,doorwayandservicewindowintheInformationDeskarea,HewittUnionMainLobby.SUBMITTED BY: TomLonnquist,DirectorofHewittUnionSPONSOREDBY:WalterBowlerRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126p''a'E)24'2Go'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill6SENATEACTION19y,On, 2presentJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May17,1985DateSignedbyPresidentAllStipulationsarelistedintheminutesofMay8,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126pI'2'Gb24'aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation of tI."presiJ"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985Bill7PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,After-houraccessrequeststoremainintheHewittUnionbyStudentPublications/Mediagroupsareincreasing,andWHEREAS,SaidrequestsplacetheUniversityinanundesirableliabilityandsecurityposition.YetsaidrequestsarenecessarytothePublicationsandMediapersonneltoperformtheircharge,andWHEREAS,Abilitytomeetdemandsforexpansioninexistinglocationisimpossible,andWHEREAS,ThedevelopmentofaStudentMediaandPublicationsCenterwhichwillincorporatespaceneedsoftheOswegonian,Pendulum,GreatLakeReview,Ontarian,WOCR,andWTOPisdesirable,andWHEREAS,Sharingofequipmentandservices,e.g.,UPIservice(Oswegonian,WTOP,WOCR),Darkroom,musicandphotofiles,typesettingequipment(Oswegonian,GreatLakeReview,Pendulum,OCAnewsletter)wouldberesponsibleandpossibleifsaidconstructionoccurred,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationallocate$10,280.00fromSurplusAccount#99forconstructionofaStudentPublications/MediaCenterinHewittUnion.SUBMITTED BY: TomLonnquist,DirectorofHewittUnionSPONSOREDBY:WalterBowler .:Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''O'E)gO'aGO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill7SENATEACTIONl8y,2nJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May17,1985DateSignedbyPresidentPassedwiththestipulationthatthefinalfloorplansbesubmittedforapprovaltotheorganizationsinvolvedaswellastheexecutivebranchoftheStudentAssociationfortheirapprovalbeforeanyfundsmaybeallocated.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'a'E>291aGOl

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office ofCVice-pruiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985Bill8PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Thereisaninadequateamountofcounterspaceforstudentorganizationstoconductsales,distributionandinformationalactivitiesintheHewittUnionMainLobby,andWHEREAS,ThereisalackofdesignatedspaceforbannerplacementtoservestudentneedsandpreventundesirableuseoflimitedpostingspaceonHewittUnionBulletinBoards,andWHEREAS, It isdesirabletoprovideanexpanded,attractivedistributioncounter/bannerdisplayareaintheHewittUnionMainLobbyarea,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationconstructanattractive,expandeddistributioncentertomeettheneedsoforganizationsandprovidebannerpostingspaceandallocate$1,600toconsrtuctthedistributionbannerdisplayareaintheHewittUnionMainLobbyarea(seeattachedsheet)ThesefundscomingfromSurplusAccount#99.SUBMITTED BY: TomLonnquist,DirectorofHewittUnionSPONSOREDBY:WalterBowler SENATE ACTION13y,On,OaJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDATE PRESENTED TOPRESIDENT May17,1985DateSignedbyPresident.SeetheminutesofMay1,1985forallamendmentsandstipulations.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Ph'2'5'21'2'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985atOswegoBill9WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationatSUNYOswegohasavestedinterestinallofSASU'saffairs,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationmustbeanactiveparticipantintheorganizationtoinsurethatSASUremainsresponsivetothestudents'needs,andWHEREAS,AWomen'sCaucusConferencesponsoredbySASU,willbeheldinBuffalo,onApril12-14,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$45betransferredcontingencyaccount #914 toSASUaccount #907 topayregistrationfeesforthreestudentstoattendtheWomen'sCaucusConference.SUBMITTED BY:JulioGracia,S.A.PresidentJanineFrainierSPONSOREDBY:WalterBowlerSENATEACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phare'3'5\21' 2691

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SSOCIATIONStudent Off; 01 'Vic,,-p"",;}"nt State College at Senate21stLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril10,1985Bill10PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheSupremeCourtoftheStudentAssociationhastheimportanttaskofmaintainingjurisdictioninallcasesinwhichtheStudentAssociationisinvolved,andWHEREAS,TheSupremeCourtoftheStudentAssociationhasconstitutionallybeengrantedthetaskofapprovingallstudentorganizations,andWHEREAS,Ithasbeenapparentthatthecourt'soperationisdependantonanannualsupplyofofficesuppliessuchas:cassettestorecordhearings,advertisingmaterialsfortrials,stationaryforcourtdecisions,gavelforhearings,legalpads,andothersuppliesthatbecomenecessaryinemergencysessionsofthecourt,andWHEREAS,AnannualsupplyofofficeequipmentisnecessarytotheoperationoftheJudicialbranchoftheStudentAssociationgovernment,thereforeBeitenactedthattheSupremeCourtoftheStudentAssociationbeallocatedanannualsupplyof$500.00.SUBMITTED BY:JudicialBranchSPONSOREDBY:WalterBowlerSENATEACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation O{{;"" o{ tt"'1Ii",,-p,,,s;j,,nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril17,1985Bill11PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,OnApril23rdSASUconferenceswillbeheldinAlbany,andWHEREAS,Thiswouldprovideanexcellentopportunityforstudentstoviewourlegislativesystematwork,thereforeBeitenactedbytheSenateoftheStudentoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkcollegeatOswegoallocatethesumof$2030.40fromSurplusaccount #99 toAccount #. (tobeestablisheduponofthisbill).Thisfigure-maybeitemizedasfollows:(perbus)LiveMilage-$1.60/mile@278miroundtripTolls-$10.00Sitcharge-145.00DeadHead-$L10/mile70mileroundtripTOTAL$444.8010.00145.0077.00676.00Thisistheperbusx3,forthreebusestoaccomodate102people,40perbus.SUBMITTED BY:JulioGracia,SAPresidentTonyFerrer,AssistanttothePresidentSPONSOREDBY:MikeWillisJoannPalmerSENATEACTIONvoteoflOy,6n,3a.DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril22,1985Room205HewittUnionAPresiddent .If'''is /7DATE BYPRESIDENT ,t/"/ Oswego,NewYork13126Rhona'alE}2112691

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril17,1985Bill12PresidentoftheSenateWhereas,Thereisagreatneedfortheinteractionofstudentsfaculty-administrators-,andcommunitymembersdesignedtopromoteaculturalawareness,andWHEREAS,Throughexperienceinthepast,ithasbeenshownthattheISADinnerisaverysuccessfulandrewardingexperienceformanypersons,andWHEREAS,TheISADinnerisscheduledthisyearforSaturday,April27,1985,from6:30-1a.m.,inSwetmanHall,andWHEREAS,ThepresentbudgetfortheISADinnerwillbeinadequatetoprovideforentertainment,whichhasbecomeanintegralpartofthiseventinrecentyears,andWHEREAS,Toprovideforthefundsinitially,toprovidesomeentertainmentforthisevent,itwillbenecessarytomakeatransferfromourSAContingencyAccount,withtheunderstandingthatrevenuesfromticketsaleswillgobackintothisContingencyAccountfromwhencetheyoriginallycameoutof,therefore,BEITENACTED,bytheStudentAssociationSenatethatthesumof$500betransferredfromContingencyAccount#912toISADinnerAccount#676,tobeusedforprovidingthefundsforentertainment,whichwillbeTheTrinidadTripoliSteelBand.Asstatedabove,revenuesfromticketsaleswillgobackintothisContingencyAccount.Submittedby:ChrisMensah,ISAPresidentPeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Rhona'315\2412601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSENATE ACTIONvoteof18y,On,On.DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril 22, 1985bill 12 page 2. SPONSORED BY:WalterBowlerSIGNEDBYPRESIDENTRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24,1985Bill#13PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationisthestudentgovernmentalassociationwhichadministerseducational,cultural,recreational,tutorial.andsocialactivitiesandservicestothestudentcommunityoftheStateUniversityofNewYork,CollegeatOswego,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationpresentlyimposesamandatorytaxonallfull-timeundergraduatesforthepurposesofprovidingthenecessaryfundstoprovidetheseservicesandprograms,andWHEREAS,Everyyear,itisnecessarytoevaluatethefundingabilityoftheStudentAssociation,inrelationtoitsproposedbudgetforthenextfiscalyear,andWHEREAS,ThelevelofnetappropriationsforFY85-86havebeendetermined,bythepassageofBill#1ofthe21stLegislativeSession,tobe$609,493.77,andWHEREAS,Thisbillwaspassedwiththeunderstandingthatsometypeofplantoincreaserevenuestobetterenableustofundtheseprogramswouldbeforthcoming,andWHEREAS,Becauseofasteadydeclineinenrollment,ourresourcebasewillbeprovidinguswithamuchsmallertotalofactivityfeescollectedinFY85-86,andWHEREAS,Toarriveatsometypeofplantoaddressthissituation,theExecutiveBranchthoughtintermsof,andrecommendsthefollowing: A. AppropriationsSide1.NetappropriationsforFY85-86=$609,493.772.Subtract2.48%ofabovefigurefororganizationsnotfullyexpendingtheirbudgets=$15,115.45Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApriI24,1985Bill#13(page2)3.Proposed"AcutualLevelofBudgetedAppropriations"FY85-86=$594,378.32B.RevenueSide1.Increasefeefrom$85peryear,to$90peryear,perFTUPresidentoftheSenatea.F85b.S866075x$52.505600x37.50$318,937.50210,000.00$528,937.50*Note-Raisingthefeefrom$85to$90willresultinanadditional$29,000whichwillbecollected.2.Summerfees=$3,0003.InterestIncome30,0004.MIAGateReceipts2,5005.TOTALPROJECTEDSOURCESOFFUNDSFY85-86=$564,437.50C.Injectionfrom"PositiveFundBalance"29,940.82$594,378.32Assumptions1.InthetotalspectrumoftheSAbudgetforFY85-86,alltheorganizationalbudgetedaccountswillnotbefullyexpended.Thetotalfigureofunspentorganizationalbudgetedfigureswillbeabout2.48%2.Asinthepast,therewillbeanapproximatedifferenceinthenumberofstudentsbetweentheFallandSpringsemestersofabout475-500FTundergraduates.3.DifferencesoverandunderforbudgetedincomeaccountswillRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5\21'aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24,1985Bill#13(page3PresidentoftheSenatetendtooutweigheachother,suchthatthetotalincomecollectedwillbeclosetowhathasbeenbudgetedfor.4.Attheendoftheyear,ifallwentaccordingtothismasterbudgetaryplan,thePositiveFundBalancewouldbereducedautomaticallybyabout$30,000.5.Along-termCapitalAssetsPurchaseandReplacementFundwillbeestablished."True"Surplusexpenditureswillbeaccountedforandrecordedinthisfund.WHEREAS,ThepreservationofafinanciallystableStudentAssociationisofobviousimportance,andWHEREAS,TobringustoacceptanceofourproposedbudgetforFY85-86,theStudentAssociationExecutivebranchrecommendstheabovementionedmeasuresbeenactedasameanstoprovidearesponsiblebudgetforFY85-86,therefore,Beitenacted,bytheStudentAssociationSenatethattheannualSAfeechargedtoeachfull-timeundergraduateforFY85-86,beincreasedto$90ayear.($52.50intheFall,$37.50intheSpring)Beitalsoenacted,thattoproposearesponsiblebudgetforFY85-86,theStudentAssociationSenateadopts,inprinciple,theaforementionedmeasurestoaddressourfinancialsituationforFY85-86.SUBMITTED BY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerWalterBowlerRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pr'2'(l2412'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4Bill13SENATEACTION13y,4n,laDATEPRESENTEDTO May 17,1985President\17Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'2'['24'aco'

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24,1985Bill14PresidentoftheSenateExample:WHEREAS,accordingtotheSAConstitution(ArticleI,SectionVII,Item5)theSenatewilldeterminethe-lineof succession-to theofficeofSAPresident,followingtheSAVice-President,thereforeBeitenactedbytheSAofSUNYOSWEGOthatthelineofsuccessionaftertheSAVice-Presidentbedeterminedonthefollowing:1.PresidentProTern2.SeniorityintheSenate(basedoncummulativetimeservedintheSenate)a.IncaseoftiesduetoSenatorswithequaltimeserved,theorderwillbebasedonclassstanding(Sr., Fresh.,..inthatorder)forthoseties.b.IncaseoffurthertiesduetoSenatorswithequaltimeservedandequalclassstanding,thenalphabeticalorder(lastname,firstname)willbeusedtodetermineorderforthoseties.JohnAdamsisajuniorwhohasservedintheSenatefortwoyears,MarthaWashingtonisafreshmanwhoservedintheSenatefortwomonths,GeorgeWashingtonisafreshmanwhoservedintheSenatefortwomonths,theirorderofsuccessionis:JohnAdamsGeorgeWashingtonMarthaWashingtonSUBMITTED BY:JulioGraciaDavidMcNallySPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''215 \24J2GO '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMay17,1985DATEPRESENTED SENATE ACTION13y,4n,1present __ Page2Bill14Room205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126pr'2'5\211 aGO'

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation OfficlZ of CViclZ-prlZSiJlZnt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24,1985PresidentoftheSenateBill14A(motionmadeonSenatefloor)WHEREAS,Thecoordinatorsofthe1985DanceMarathonnotifiedtheSenatethatthemarathonwasindangerofbeingcancelled,andWHEREAS,TheDanceMarathonisaneventthatbolsterscollegecommunityrelationsandhasmanyotherpositiveeffectsonthecampuscommunity,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$3,000beallocatedfromaccount # 99,SurplusAccount,toaccount # (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).SUBMITTED BY: CO-CHAIRSofthe1985DanceMarathonSPONSOREDBY:WalterP.BowlerSENATE ACTION15y,On,OaDatePresentedtoPresidentApril24,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24,1985atOswegoBill15WHEREAS,thestudentAssociationisthestudentgovernmentalassociationwhichadministerseducational,cultural,recreational.tutorial,andsocialactivitiesandservicestothestudentcommunityofSUNYatOswego,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationimposesamandatorytaxonallfull-timeundergraduatesforthepurposesofprovidingthenecessaryfundstoprovidetheseservicesandprograms,andWHEREAS,S.A.determinesitslevelofappropriationsforthenextfiscalyear,basedonthenotionthatitwillbeoperatingwithsufficientfundstoprovidetheseservices,andWHEREAS,becauseofaninordinatelylargenumberofsurplusexpendituresandthelargedifferenceinthenumberofbudgetedforstudentsandthethosewhoareactuallyenrolledandpayinganSAfee,theStudentAssociationwillfinishthe 84-85 fiscalyearinasizabledeficit,andWHEREAS,thepreservationofasolventStudentAssociationshouldbeapriority,andWHEREAS,SincetheStudentAssociationhasnometthodofdepriciatingitsequipmentandmachinerythatwouldautomaticallyestablishthefundstoplanforthereplacementoftheseassets,theStudentAssociationshouldestablish,inthenearfuture, .a "CapitalAssetsReplacementandPurchasesFund"toprovidethefundsforthereplacementandpurchasingofnecessaryequipmentandmachinerywhichwillbenefitthestudentsnowandinthefuture,andWHEREAS,theSAhascompleteditsapproationsdeliberationsfortheSAbudgetforthe85-86fiscalyear basedonthepresentleveloftaxation,$85ayear,itappearstherewillbeagapof$65,000intheprojectedspendingandtheprojectedincomeofSAforfiscalyear85-86,(pleaserefertothecalculationslistedbelow),andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phon?'2'5\30' 2601

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TUDENT SSOCIATION AssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril24, 1985 NetAppropraitionsforFY85-86 = $609,493.77ProjectedSourcesof Operating IncomeforFY85-861.DuesandFeesFall856135FTUX50= $306,750 Spring86-5850FTUX 35 = $204,750 $ 511,500 2.DuesandFeesSummer85=$3,0003.InterestIncome= $28,000PresidentoftheSenatePage 2bill15 4. MIA GateReceipts=$2,500TotalProjectedOperatingSourcesofFundsFY85-86 = $545,000 (Differenceof$64,493.77 WHEREAS, Itwouldnotbeconsistentwithourphilosophytocontinuetosuportourorganizationsthrough funding commitmentstoprovidefortheacquisitionofnewer, more modern equipmentandmachinery,aswellasprovidingforexpansion andstartingupofnewandexistingprogramsbyallOWingourfundibalancetobe reducedsubstantiallyinone yeannamWHEREAS, Theconcerns mentionedhereinareborneoutofananalyzationofthepresentfinacialsituationoftheStudent ASsIDciation, whichisdescribedbelow,aswellastherealizationthatthe demand fortheservicesandactivitieswhichweprovidewillcontinuetoincrease,asopposedtodecreasing,ProjectedRevenuesandIncomeforFY84-85=$735,561.88ProjectedExpendituresforFY84-85=TbtalAppropriationsforFY84-85todate,(includessurplusappropriations)=$851,978.24 X5.5%non$805,119.44UtilizationFactorProjectedDeficitfor84-85=about $69,557.56 *Allowingfora5%miscalculationfactor,weareanticipatingaprojecteddeficitforFY-8485ofapproximately $65,000.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONbill16 Offic" of'1!iwpmiJ"nt Page 2 SUBMITTEDBY:AndyLeahySPONSOREDBY:JoannPalmerPresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTION21y,On,2aJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMay17,1985Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego.NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Off;uofti,,,'1Iic,,-p""";J",,t StateUniversityCollegeatoswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession4thMeetingMay1,1985Bill16PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheMajorlogisticalproblemfacingtheoswegonianeveryweekisthetypesetterbacklog,thatisaholdupintheprocessatthetypesetterlevelbecauseoftheinsufficientcapacityofpresentlyownedmachines,andWHEREAS,TheOswegonianisexperiencingincreaseddemandsuponitstypesettingequipment,includingalargervolumetoitsweeklyissuesaswellastypesettingneedsfromseveralotherareasofthecollege,andWHEREAS,Onepieceinitssetofequipment,themachinethatdoesheadlines,hasbeenpersistentinbreakingdownasoflate,andisnotexpectedtolastmuchfurther,andWHEREAS,Thisalsoaddstothevolumeofworkonthemaintypesettersandmakesfortechnicaldifficultiesinproducingthepaper,andWHEREAS,Thetypesettersystempresentlyownedisunfortunatelyunsuitedforupgrading,andWHEREAS,Recenttechnologymakesthesystempresentlyownedobsolescentandnewdevelopmentsaremorecostefficientindaytodayoperation,andWHEREAS,ThepurchaseofthefollowingproposedequipmentwouldgoalongwaytowardintegratingtheOswegonianwiththegraphicartslabsinthedepartmentofTechnologyalongthelinesofbothhumanandtechnicalresources,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork, college atOswegothatthesumof$28,000beallocatedfromSurplusAccount #99 toAccount # (tobeestablisheduponthepassageofthis billr-IOr thepurchaseofaCompugraphicMCSPowerview10(previewmechanism),MCS5(entrystation)andMCS8000(typesetter),alongwithCGprocessor,rulingsoftware,dualdiskdriveonthePowerview,andatypepackof20-25fonts,onatradeinforpresentequipment.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Rhone'315' 3413601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociation Ollice 01 'Vice-preside"t StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession4thMeetingMay1,1985Bill17WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociation,inkeepingwithlongstandingtraditionwillbesponsoringtheSeniorClambake,andWHEREAS,TheSeniorClamBakewillbeheldatRegan'sSilverLakeonThursday,May16,1985,andWHEREAS,Tominimizetheoccurrenceofstudentsdrivingwhileintoxicated,andtoensurethatthepropersafetyprecautionshavebeentakenitwouldbewisetoprovideshuttletransportationforthisevent,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$520beallocatedfromContingencyAccount#914totheSeniorClambakeAccount #904 forthepurposeofprovidingshuttlebusservicetoandfromRegan'sSilverLakeonMay16,1985inconjunctionwiththeSeniorClambakeof1985.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevineSPONSOREDBY:WalterBowlerLynnChadwickKenBogardIPresidentDateSENATEACTION19y,InPresidentDatePresented to PresidentMay8,1985Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhOPA(315'31360'

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of '1Iice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession4thMeetingMay1,1985Bill18PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheCampusLightingService,anS.A.fundedorganization,performsavaluableserviceformanyofourorganizationswhoareinneedoflightingeffectsfortheirevents,andWHEREAS,TwooftheessentialpiecesofoperatingequipmentusedbyCampusLightingServicehaveexceededtheirlife expectancy andarecurrentlyinextremelyunsatisfactoryconditionwhichdonotconformtosaftymeasures,andWHEREAS,AconcertedefforthasbeenunderwayforquitesometimenowtoresearchthereplacementcostsfortwometalhalidespotlightswhichareneededbyCampusLighting,andWHEREAS,TheSenatehasbeeninformedofthepresentsituation,andanon-bindingbiddingprocess is currentlyunderway,andWHEREAS,ThepurchaseofsuchitemswouldbeconsistentwithourphilosophytoreplacefixedassetsownedbytheStudentAssociation,andwouldenableCampusLightingtocontinueperformingitsvaluableservicetootherS.A.organizations,andWHEREAS,Withthegrantingofsuchfundingtoreplacethesespotlights,aselectionofavenderandthepurchaseofsuchequipmentcanbemadeinthesummer,therebyenablingCampusLightingtobegintheFallsemesterwiththenecessaryequipment,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenatethattheSumof$8,500betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount #912 toCampusLightingSpotlightReplacementAccount#763,tobeestablisheduponthepassageofthisbill.SUBMITTED BY:ChristopherRooney,DirectorofCampusLightingPeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickKenBogardRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126phonA1315\341360'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill18SENATEACTIONClearlyPassedJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May17,1985DateSignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dba'2'5'21 'aGOl

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession4thMeetingMay1,1985Bill19WHEREAS,Allmatriculating,fulltime,S.U.N.Y.OswegostudentsenjoyW.T.O.P.,W.O.C.R.andotherprogramsofferedonthecampuscablesystem,andWHEREAS,Noteverybodyenjoyswatchingthethesameprogramatthesametime,andWHEREAS,Cabletelevisionwouldbehighlydesiredineachresidenceroomsothatindividualprogramselectioncouldbeachievedbyanyoneowninghis/herowntelevisionset,andWHEREAS,TheinstallationprocesscouldaesilybedoneinFunnelleHallbecauseof,thepresentconduitsystemrunningintoaechandeveryroom,reducinginstallationcosts,andWHEREAS,Speciallytrainedstudentswouldbedoingtheinstallationtokeepthecoststoaminimum,andWHEREAS,Thestudentshired,andsupervisionforthisjobbedonebyEdWright,andWHEREAS,Theinstallationofthisnewsystemwouldinclude:QuantityDescriptionCostea.Ext.--------------336.0012.606.205.1544.25708.001337.601.60.033.105.1514.75ft.ea.118.006.06HandyboxesScrews,mountinghardwareSplitter,two-waySplitter,four-waySplitter,eight-wayCoaxcablecoils1000JerroldCAC-6T.V.taps,JerroldVT-300U2104202 1362202499.80Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession4thMeetingMay1,1985Page2,BillLabor:Approx.200roomsx20min.eachwithtwopersonsworking=8320min.=139hours+factorfor"Murphy'sLaw"(x1.5)=about208hours.208hoursx3.35/hr.=PresidentoftheSenate696.80-----------Total3196.60Beitenacted,thattheStudentAssociationallocate$3200.00from # fortheinstallationofanexperimtalcablesysteminFunnelleHall.SUBMITTED;StuartSerotaSPONSORED;DavidSchusterFAILEDRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phaRO'3' 5'30'3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession4thMeetingMay1,1985PresidentoftheSenateBill20WHEREAS:Forquitesometimenow,ithasbecomeapparentthattherenumerationpaidtotheSAofficersandofficialsisinsufficienttoenablethesepersonstocontinuetoresideinOswegoduringthesummermonths,andWHEREAS:The1985BudgetCouncilprovidedfundsforsummerrenumerationtobepaidtotheseofficersfromJUly1sttoSept.5,1985,whichcoincideswiththeonsetofFY1985-1986,andWHEREAS:Itwasgenerally felt that if weweretorequiretheseofficerstoresideinOswego during thesummer,thatthereshouldbeapartialreimbursementforthelivingexpensesincurredbytheseindividuals,andWHEREAS:The1985BudgetCouncilbaseditsrecommendationsoncurrentestimatesusedbytheLife-Ofr-CampusOrganization,andWHEREAS:TherepresentlyarenofundsallocatedforthesummermonthscoveredunderthisFY(84-85)whichendsJune30th,andWHEREAS:TolessenthetremendousfinancialburdenwhichisincurredasaresultofresidinginOswego,andcarryingoutthebusiness of theStudentAssociation,the1985BudgetCouncilrecommended,that for theperiodbetweenMay20,1985-June30,1985,thesummerliVingexpensesrenumerationtobepaidtotheSAPres.,SAVicePres.,andSADir. of Financebecomputedas fol lows:Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''0'5\241oco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession4thMeetingMay 1, 1985Page2Bill20B.Utilities-June_$25C.Food-M--ayJune4wks.@$15wkA.Housing-May_2weeks@$35=70June-1month@$135=135$205=$25=50=60$110Total=$340x3officers=$1,020.00therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenatethatthesumof$1,020betransferredfromFixedAssetsAct.#9l2toContingencyAct.#9l4forthepurposesofsettingupanaccountwithwhichtoprovidetheSAofficerswithpartialreimbursementforsummerlivingexpenses.Beitalsoenactedthatuponpassageofthisbill,Act.#759,entitled"SummerLivingExpensesReimbursement"besetupinconformancewiththepreviouslyenumeratedfigures.SUBMITTED BY:TheStudentAssociationBudgetCouncilDatMay17,1985DATEPRESENTED SPONSORED BY:LynnChadwick,HarHallSenatorSENATE ACTION16y,4nresident ( Room205HewittUnion NewYork13126P''a'c'21'aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession4thMeetingMay1,1985Bill21PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Thereisaneedtoheightenthecampus'awarenessonthesubjectofviolenceagainstwomen,andWHEREAS, Aprogramdealingwithviolenceagainstwomenwouldhaveitsgreatesteffectifitbeganinthebeginningoftheacademicyear,andWHEREAS,TheWomen'sCenterhasdevelopedayearlongprogramdealingwithviolenceagainstwomen,involvingspeakers,workshops,andpamphlets,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenatethatthesumof$1,500betransferredfromAccount#toWomen'sCenterHumanSexualityProgrammingAccount#,tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.SUBMITTED BY:Women'sCenterSPONSORED BY:LynnChadwickWalterBowlerSENATE ACTION150 2JulioGracia,S.A.Presidenty,n,yDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May17,1985Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego.NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBreakdown:PresidentoftheSenate1)Speaker-SandyButler,shewillgiveaworkshopintheafternoonandalectureatnight.($1,000)2)Movies-tobeshownaspartoftheworkshops,whichwillbegivenindorms,anduponrequest."WeWillNotbeBeaten"-$80"RapeCaring"-$50"RapeAlert"-$80"Latino'sFightBack"-$703)Pamphlets-toberesearched,designed,andproducedbyWomen'sCentermembers-$200Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Of/ice 0/ 'Vice-prudent stateUniversityCollegeatoswegoSenate21stLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay8,1985Bill22PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,IthasbeendecidedbytheStudentAssociationSenateperbill13ofthe21stLegislativeSession,thattheS.A.feeforfiscalyear85-86willbe$90pereachfull-timeundergraduate,andWHEREAS,Thes.u.c.o.Bursar'sOfficehasinformedusthatthebreakdownwhichwaslegislatedbybill13,i.e.$52.50inthefall,and$37.50intheSpring,willpresentsignificantproblemsfortheiraccountingcycles,andWHEREAS,TosimplifythecollectionprocessandmakeiteasierfortheBursar'sOfficeandtheStudentAssociationtorecconcileitsaccountsitwouldbewisetomodifytherateschedule,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenatethattheS.A.feebreakdownforfiscalyear85-86becomputedat $Sl) fortheFall,and fortheSpring,with$45beingchargedtostudentswhoenrollintheSpring.*Note-theabovecalculationswillstillbeinlinewithanS.A.feeof$90foreachfull-timeundergraduate.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickMikewillisSENATEACTION14y,In,laJulioGracia,S.A.PresidentDATEPRESENTED'''DO PRESIDENT May17,1985DatesignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PheB?'215\30' 2691



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STUDENTASSOCIATIONSTATEUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEATOSWEGO.20thLEGISLATIVESESSION1984-1985JamesDingley-PresidentWalterBowler -VicePresidentPeterDevine -DirectorofFinance

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INDEXTitIePage.IndexlPreambletotheConstitutioniiConstitution1By-Laws7Agendas,Minutes,VotingRecords of Meetings.Billsout of Senate........................................Resolutionsout of Senate.

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PREAMBLE WE, THESTUDENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBYTHEADMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANDTHESTUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION,BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGIN THISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENTORGANIZATIONS:TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITY,ANDEDUCATIONALPROJECTS.

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CONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONOFTHESTATE UNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO (asoY8, 1985)ArticleISectionIAlllegislativepowerhereingrantedshallbevestedintheSenateoftheStudentAssociation.SectionII1.TheSenateshallbecomposedofmemberschosenannuallybytheliving-centerorcenters.(ThetermlivingcentershallbedefinedintheBy-Lawsofthisconstitution.)2.AllSenatorsshallberegularlyenrolledstudentsoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegowithanaccumulativegradepointindexofatleastthecollegeminimumforgoodacademicstanding,andeachshallattheendofhis/herelectionbeamemberofthatlivingcenterandshallremainamemberofthatlivingcenterforthedurationofhis/heroffice.3.Senatorsshallbeapportionedamongtheseverallivingcenterswithinthecollegeaccordingtotherespectivenumbersinthelivingcenters.Theenumerationshallbemade30-60dayspriortotheAllCampusElectiononthebasisofestimatedmembership.TheSenateshalldeterminethenumberofSenatorstobechosenbyeachlivingcenterorgroupoflivingcenters.ThenumberofSenatorsshallneverexceed66orbelessthan No living centershallbedeniedrepresentation.4.WhenvacanciesoccurintheSenatebyresignationorotherwise,theyshallbeimmediatelyfilledbyWritsofElectionissuedbytheExecutiveAuthoritiesofthelivingcenterorcenters,affected,andeventuallyfilledbyspecialelectionconductedamongtheresidentsofsuchlivingcenters.5.TheVicePresidentoftheStudentAssociationshallbethePresidentoftheSenate,butshallhaveavoteonlyintheeventofatie.6.TheSenateshallchoose otherofficers,andalsoaPresidentprotempore,intheabsenceoftheVicePresident,orwhenhe/sheshallexercisetheofficeofPresidentoftheStudentAssociation.7.TheSenateshallhavethesolepowerofimpeachmentandtrialofimpeachments.InallcasesofimpeachmenttheChiefJusticeoftheSupremeCourtshallpreside,exceptinthecaseofhisownimpeachmentinwhichcasetheVicePresidentoftheStudentAssociationshallpreside.Nopersonshallbeconvictedwithouttheoccurenceof2/3ofthemembers

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8.Judgementoncasesofimpeachmentshallnotextendfurtherthantoremovalfrom anddisqualificationtoholdandenjoyanyofficeofhonorortrustintheStudentAssociationSectionIII1.Senatorsmaybeelectedatanopenelectionofthemembersoftheirlivingcenterorlivingcentersgroup.2.TheSenateshallassembleatleastonceeveryfullacademicweekduringthecollege exceptduringtheweeksofexaminationsandthefirstweekofthefallsemester.3.AllSenatorsshallbeelectedatthetimeoftheAll-CampusElections.SectionIV1.TherecoursetorecallaSenatorshallbeinthehandsoftheconstituenciesfromwhichtheSenatoriselected:tobeconductedinthefollowingmanner:a.SenatorsfromDormitories:20%ofthedormpopulationsmustpetitionforSenatorrecall.Thiswouldrequireareferendumtobe if2/3ofthosevotingareinfavorofa theSenatorwillberemovedfromoffice.b.CommuterSenators:20%ofthecommuterpopulationwhovotedinthelastelectionmustpetitionforSenatorrecall.Thiswouldrequireareferendumtobe andif2/3ofthosevotingareinfavorofa theSenatorwillberemovedfromoffice.2.TheSenatemaydeterminetherulesofits disiplineitsmembersfordisorderly andwiththeconcurrenceof2/3ofthetotal expelamember.3.TheSenateshallkeepajournalofits andfromtimetotimepublishthe andtheyeasandnaysoftheSenateonanyquestion atthedesireof1/5ofthose beenteredinthejournal.SectionVNoSenator duringthetimeforwhichheorshewaschosenholdanyothercivilofficeundertheauthorityoftheStudentAssociation.SectionVIEverybillwhichshallhavepassedthe beforeitbecomes shallbepresentedtothePresidentoftheStudentAssociation.Ifheapprovesitheshallsign butifhereturnsitwithhisobjectionstothe theyshallentertheobjectionsinthejournalandproceedtoreconsiderit.Ifaftersuchreconsideration2/3ofthetotalSenateagreestopassthebillitshallbecomelaw.ButinallcasesthevoteoftheSenateshallbedeterminedby andthenamesofthepersonsvotingforandagainstthebillshallbeenteredinthejournal.IfanybillisnotreturnedbythePresidentwithin10regularclassdaysafter hasbeenpresentedto thesameshallbe inlikemannerasifhehassigned unlesstheSenatebyitsadjournmentpreventsareturnintheformofa inwhichcaseitshallbelaw.

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Section TheSenateshallbeemposered:1.TosupervisetheAll-CampusElection.2.ToassessaStudentAssociationtax(ThistaxshallbeuniformthroughouttheStudentAssociation.)3.TodeterminetheexpendituresoftheStudentAssociationtaxforthegeneralwelfareoftheStudentAssociation.4.Tohaveauthoritytomakerecommendationsoverallmattersofpolicyaffectingstudentwelfareunderthisconstitution.5.TodeterminethelineofsuccessiontotheOfficeofStudentAssociationPresidentfollowingtheStudentAssociationVicePresident.6.ToinitiateandenactanylegislationnecessarytoimplementforegoingpowersortofullfillthepurposeofthisconstitutionassetforthinthepreambleexceptwheresuchjurisdictionshallbedeniedbythepoliciesoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkortheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego.SectionVIII1.Nomoneyshallbedrawnfromthetreasury,butinconsequenceofappropriationsmadebylaw,andaregularstatementandaccountofthereceiptsandexpendituresofallmoneyshallbepUblishedfromtimetotime.2.TheSenateshallpassnolawregardingtheinternaloperationofanystudentorganizationrecognizedundertheauthorityoftheofficeoftheDeanofStudents.SectionIX1.UponpresentationtotheSenateofaBillandapetitioncontainingthesignaturesof2/3ofthenumberofoncampusstudentsand2/3ofthenumberofoffcampusstudentsrequestingareferendum,theStudentAssociationSenateshallthendeterminethevalidityofthesignatureswithinoneweek.Whenandiftherequirednumberofsignaturesarefoundvalid,theStudentAssociationSenateshallthenconducttherequestedreferendumwithin27academicdays.HowevertheSenateshallnotbeobligatedtoconductthereferendumifthepetitionsarenotvalidated27daysbeforethelastdayofclassesorifthesaidreferendumdoesnotcomplywithStudentAssociationandSUNYguidelines.IfthereferendumispassedbythestudentbodyitshallhavethesamestandingasaBillpassedbytheStudentAssociationPresident.2.TheSenatemay,by2/3voteofthetotalmembership,submitanybilltotheStudentAssociationwhoshallacceptorrejectit:andifacceptedthesaidbillshallhavethesamestandingasanybillpassedbytheSenateandsignedbytheStudentAssociationPresident.

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ArticleIISectionI1.TheexecutivepowershallbevestedintheStudentAssociation whoshalltogetherwiththeStudentAssociationVice beelectedbyanAll-CampusElection.TheAll-CampusElectionshallbeheldattheearliestpracticaldateduringtheperiodfromthe15thofFebruarytothe15thofMarch:andheldofficefora term ofoneyearcommencingthefirstdayofAprilofthesameyearinwhichtheywereelected.2.ThePresidentandVicePresidentshallberegularlyenrolledstudentswithanaccumulativegradepointindexofatleasttwo-tenthsofapoint(.2)abovethecollegeminimumforgoodacademic andshallnotbeeligibleforgraduationuntilthecompletionofthesemesterinwhichthetermofofficeends.ThePresidentatthebe-ginningofthefallsemesterduringhis/hertermof beatleastafirst-semesterjuniorwiththeminimumnumberofcreditstobeconsideredas andtheVicePresidentshallbeatleastasecond-semestersophomore.3.IntheeventofinabilityofthePresidenttodischargethepowersanddutiesofhis/her thesameshalldevolveontheVicePresident.SectionII1.TheStudentAssociation beforetakingofficeshalltakethefollowingoathofoffice:Idosolemnlyswear(ofaffirm)thatIwillfaithfullyexecutetheofficeofPresidentoftheStudentAssoc andwilltothebestofmy anddefendtheconstitutionoftheStudentAssociaitonoftheStateUniversityCollegeofNewYorkatOswego.SectionIIIThedutiesoftheStudentAssociationPresidentshallinclude:1.ThepresentationofalegislativeprogramtotheSenateatthefirstmeetingfollowinghis/herelectionandatthebeginningofeachsemester.2.TheappointmentwiththeconsentoftheSenate,ofalltheofficerswhoseappointmentshallnotbeotherwiseprovidedfor.3.Thepresentation of periodicmessagesupontheStateoftheStudentAssociationtotheSenate.4.Theexecutionofalllegislation of theSenate for whichhe/sheshallberesponsibletothe exceptwhereaspecificexecutivedepartmentshallbegiven inwhichcasetheappropriateexecutiveheadshallberesponsibletotheSenate.

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ArticleIVThisconstitutionmaybeamended in thefollowingmanner:Uponthesigningofapetitionby2/3ofthenumberofvotersinthepreviousAll-CampusElection,orbya2/3voteofallthemembersoftheSenate,andamendmentmaybepresentedtotheStudentAssociationwithintwoweeksafterthepresentationofthepetition,inthecaseofsuchapresentation,tobeacceptedorrejected,andifacceptedshallbevalidtoallintentsandpurposesaspartof this constitution.ArticleV1.AllengagementswithorganizationsoragenciesoutsideoforwithinthecollegeshallbeasvalidagainsttheStudentAssociationunderthisconstitution,asundertheAssociatedStudentBodyCouncil.2.Thisconstitution,andthelawsoftheStudentAssociationwhichshallbemadeinpursuancethereof,andalltheauthorityoftheStudentAssociationshallbethesupremelawofstudentlifeattheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoexceptwheretheymayconflictwiththepoliciesorpracticesoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswego.3.TheSenatorsbeforementionedandallexecutiveandjudicialofficers,oftheStudentAssociationshallbeboundbyoathoraffirmationtosupportthisconstitution.ArticleVITheratificationoftheconstitutionshallbedeterminedbyatleastaquorumvoteoftheAssociatedStudentBodyCouncil.ArticleVIIThisconstitutionshalltakeeffectimmediatelyandshallbeimplementedbythepresentAssociatedStudent Body Council.

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SectionIVTheStudentAssociationPresidentshallbeempoweredto:1.Requiretheopinioninwritingoftheprincipleofficerofanyexecutivedepartmentuponanysubjectrelatingtothedepartment.2.ConvenesuchspecialsessionsoftheSenateashe/sheshalldeemnecessary.3.RecommendtotheSenatesuchmeasuresashe/sheshalldeemnecessary.4.EnterintoagreementswithagenciesandorganizationsoutsidethecollegecommunitybyandwiththeconsentoftheSenateandthepropercollegeauthorities.5.RepresenttheStudentAssociationpersonally,andthroughhis/herappointedrepresentatives,inallitsdealingswithagenciesandorganizationsoutsidethecollegecommunity.6.AssumesuchotherexecutivepowersasshallnotbedeniedbythepoliciesoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkortheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,orbythisconstitution.ArticleIIISectionIThejudicialpowershallbevestedinaSupremeCourtandsuchlowercourtsastheSenateshallestablish.ThenumberandmannerofselectionofjusticesoftheSupremeandlowercourtsshallbedeterminedbytheSenateandtheappointmentsoftheJusticesofthelowercourtsshallbeforoneyear.JusticesoftheSupremeCourtshallservefromthetimeoftheirappointmentuntiltheyshallvacatetheirofficebyresignationorotherwise.SectionIITheSenateshallestablishsuchadministrativeofficesasitshalldeemnecessaryfortheoperationoftheSupremeandlowercourtsandtheSupremeCourtshallappellatejurisdictionoveranylowercourtcreatedbytheSenate.SectionIII1.2.3.45.6.Thejudicialpowershallextend:ToallcasestowhichtheStudentAssociationshallbeapartyexceptasotherwisestatedinthefollowingpartsofthissection.Tothestudentapprovalofalllocalstudentorganizationconstitutions.ToanycaseinvolvingtheconstitutionalityofanactorrulingoftheStudentAssociation.Toanycaseinvolvingtheviolationofanact Senateexceptasotherwisestatedinthefollowingpartofthissection.Toanydisputebetweenstudents,orbetweenstudentorganizations,ifnolowercourt,housingunitcourt,executivecommitteeshallhavepriorjurisdiction,inwhichcasethetrialorhearingwasconductedproperlywiththepowertodemandsuchcasesbacktothe body.AndtoanyothercasewherejurisdicationshallnotbedeniedbythepoliciesoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego.

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BY-LAWS1.AlivingcentershallbedefinedforthepurposesofSenateapportionmenttooneofthreecategoriesasfollows:(a)oncampusresidencehalls,(b)offcampusresidenceunitsrecog-nizedasresidencehallsbythecollege,and(c)commuters (allstudentsnotresideinginlivingcenterscategorizedbyaorbabove).TheSenateshalldetermineeachyearthe ingoftheseverallivingcentersforthepurposeofapportionmentandenumerationofSenatorstobeelectedbythese groups oflivingcenters.TheseBy-Lawsmybeamendedbya2/3voteofallthemembersoftheSenate.2.Permanentspeakingseatsshallbeawardedto:(a)ArepresentativeoftheOfficeoftheDeanofStudents(b)ArepresentativeoftheOfficeoftheCo-ordinatorofStudentActivities.(c)TheChiefJusticeoftheSupremeCourt.(d)AndtothedelegatedrepresentativeofanyorganizationwhichtheSenateshalldesignatebyamajorityvote.3.Thelegislativesessionshallbeone(1)yearinlengthandshallbeginonthefirstdayinAprilandshallendonthelastdayofMarchofthefollowingyear.4.AllmeetingsoftheSenateshallbeconductedbyRobert'sRulesofOrder.5.Civilofficialsshallbe:(a)PresidentandVicePresidentoftheStudentAssociation.(b)SenatorsoftheStudentAssociation.(c)JusticesoftheSupremeandlowerCourts.(d)ChairmanandmembersofthevariousdepartmentsandthecommitteesoftheStudentAssociationExecutiveandJudicialBranches.6.ASenatororJusticeathis/herowndiscretionmaychoosetoparticipateinanyofthevariousdepartmentsandcommitteesoftheExecutiveBranchoftheStudentAssociationforthepurposeofaidinghimindischargingthedutiesofhisoffice.7.TheseBy-Lawsmaybeamendedbya2/3VoteofallthemembersintheSenate.AllBy-LawstothisconstitutionshallbesubjuecttointerpretationasbillsundertheprovisionofArticleI,SectionIXofthisconstitution.8.Thisassociationisnotorganizedforprofitnorforthepecuniarygainofitsmembers,officersorotherprivatepersons.Itmaynotissuestockordeclareordistributedividends.Nopartoftheincomeoftheassociationshallenduretothebenefitofanymember,officer,orotherpersonexceptitmaypayareasonablecompensationforservicesrenderedineffectingoneormoreoftheassociations'spurposes,andnomember,officer,orotherpersonshallbeentitledtoshareinthedistributionofanyoftheassociationassetsondissolutionoftheassociation.Anybalanceofmoneyorassetsremainingafterthefullpaymentofassociationobligationsshallbedirectedexclusivelytothefurtheranceofeducationalpurposes.

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9.Uponthedissolutionoftheassociation,themembers,afterpaymentofthejustdebts,obligationsandliabilitiesoftheassociation,willdisposeofallitsassetsbytransfertosuchothernot-for-profitorganization(s)ororganizedandoperatedexclusivelyforeducationalpurposes,orsuchotherpurposesasshallatthattimequalifyforexemptionunderSection501-C(3)oftheinternalRevenueCodeandSection420oftheNewYorkRealPropertyTaxLawas,inthejudgementofthemembers,isbestqualifiedandcompetenttopromotethepurposesoftheassociation.10.Nopartoftheactivitiesoftheassociationshallbecarryingonpropoganda,orparticipatingin,orinterveningin(includingthepublicationordistributionofstatements)anypoliticalcampaignonbehalfofanycandidateforpublicoffice.11.Whereas,theSenate,inaccordancewiththeSAconstitution,hastherighttoexpelamemberwiththeconcurrenceoftwo-thirdsofitsmembers:GroundsforremovalfromofficeofanysenatorshallbeasfollowsA.BeingabsentfromthreeconsecutiveSenatemeetingswithoutaproxyoratotaloffivesenatemeetingswithoutaproxy.B.Beingabsentfromthreeconsecutivecommitteemeetingswithoutagoodexcuseorfivecommitteemeetingswithoutagoodexcuse.C.BeingabsentfromsevenSenatemeetingswithorwithoutaproxy.ThesetermsshallbeconsideredbindingonallSenators,StudentorFaculty.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offi"" of tI...'1/i".. pruiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril4,1984MinutesThe34thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandAllisonZane,BillQuirkandJeffBaumwereabsent.TherewasamotiontorescindtheactionoflastsenatemeetingtoliftthecensoroffJulioGracia.EricHoeglerexplainedthatJuliowasnotincompetent.Hefeltthatitwasrightnottocomewhilecampaigningforpresident.Didtrytoproxy.Nownobodyisrepresentingthedorm.Themotionpassedbyavoteof18y,5n, PPB ADMINISTRATION1.Telephone-Requestwasfor#3700and$3000recommended.Anincreaseinthislinewasnecessary.Moneyforreimbursementsoverthesummershouldbekepttoaminimum.Orqanizationagreedwiththerecommendationaslongasthe summer phonecallsarereimbursed.Mustmakecontactsoverthesummer.Bidsforbandsmustbemadeimmediately.MarkTaylermotionedfor$3000anditpassed.2.Membership/subscriptions-Reqeustwasfor$569and$569recommended.AndyCsontmotionedfor$569anditpassed.3.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$300and$300recommended.Thisamountis1neeessaryforgeneralofficeoperations.Miguelmotionedfor$300anditpassed.4.Director'sSalary-Requestwas I'or $800and$800recommended.Thisamountisaaequateduetotheamountofresponsibility.AndyCsontmotionedfor$800anditpassed.5.Conferences-Requestwasfor$2255.50and$2001.90recommended.Thisisenoughtosend6delegatestotheNACAand2toACUCAA.Gaingoodtiesforprogramming.EliminationofpublicitydelegateforNACAandeliminatedNACASpringWorkshop.TheorganizationsaidthattheNACASpringWorkshopallowspeopleontheboardtomakecontactswithotherlocalschools.Helpstoknowwhotheprogrammingpeopleareforcontactsonstagerentals.PattiTowermotionedfor$2046.90anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$6715.90EXPENSEACCOUNTRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate 2 April 4,19841.Truckrental-Requestwasfor$842and$842recommended.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$842anditpassed.2.Highwaytolls-Requestwasfor$28and$28recommended.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$28anditpassed.3.Supervisoryfee-Requestwasfor$600and$320recommended.Thisis2peopleX$10eachX4shows.Theorganizationsaidthattheworkentailsworkingovera 24hourperiodanditisstrenuous.Worthmorethan$40.Itisdangerousandtiring.BethKuekermotinedfor$600.MarkTaylercalledthequestionand$600passedbyavoteof17y,5n,2a.4.Loaders-Requestwasfor$180and$96recommended.Thisisforloadingandunloadingtheequipment.Don Ammannmotionedfor$72or$6/personanditpassed.5.Expectedincome-Requestwasfor$1542and$3000recommended.LouTaravellamotionedfor$3000anditpassed.PPB CINEVISIONS1.Professionalrecommended.2.3.4.Services-Requestwasfor$22044and$20904Thisis Fridafilm 22X$630=$13860Saturday 20X$115=$2300Tuesdayfilms20X$200=$4000Postage$744$20904Theorganizationsaidthatfilmprocesareincreasing.Thisisnoincreaseoverlastyearsallocation.Wewillnotbeabletogethighqualityfilms.MarkTaylermotionedfor$22044.Wanttokeepthehighqualityofthefilms.PeteDevinespokeagainstthemotin.Thequalityhasbeengood.MaybejustanincreaseintheFridayfilmallocation.LouTaravellaspokeagainstthemotionandsaidtogowithBudget GQuncil's recommendation.MiguelMontesagreedwithMark and saidthatthequalityofthefilmsshouldstaythesame.E.J.Cuneosaidthattheycanworkwithin$20000.Don Ammanncalledthequestionandthemotionfailedbyavoteof 14n.DaveMcNallymotionedfor$21344changingthe filmsto$650each.LynnChadwickcalledthe andthemotionedpassedbyavoteof12y,9n,laoSupportingServices-Motionfor$1039passed.Promotion-$1104.40requestedand$1014.80recommended.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$1014.40anditpassed.Personnel-Requestwasfor$1661and$1395recommended.This,isan adequateamount toprovideforcinevisions Lynn Ior andfeltthat$4/showwasadequate.MiguelMontesmadeafriendlyamendmentfor$1661anditwasnotaccepted.JenniferWichserspokeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PbaRo'1'5\2112

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3April4,1984againstthemotion.$1395passed.BOTTOMLINE-$24792.80INCOME(TICKET SALES) -(12396.40)INCOME( BLUBS) -(252)TOTALBUDGET-$12396.40PPBCONCERTS1.ProfessionalServices-Requestwasfor$35000and$25000recommended.ThisisfortwoLakershowsand2ballroomshows.TheorganizationsaidthattheyhadthreeLakershowsthisyear.Needmoremoneyforleeway.With$35000wecanbidfortwoshowsatthesametime.MarkTaylermotionedfor$30,000foracompromise.LynnChadwickwasagainstthemotionandfelt$25000wassufficient.KarenMCCarthysaidthatconcertscannotregeneratemoneywith2800capacity.Thefollowingwasfigureout:$35,000-20,000-1stLakershow$15,00023,800-Income($8.50X2800)$38,800-5,000-1stballroomshow$33,8002,500-Income($6X500)$36,300-20,000-SecondLakershow$16,30023,800-Income($8.50X2800)$40,100-15,000-ThirdLakershow$25,10012,000-Income($7.50X1600$37,100BethKuekermadeafriendlyamendmentfor$35,000anditpassed.2.SupportingServices-Requestwasfor$33676and$33676recommended.MarkTaylermotionedfor$33676anditpassed.3.Promotion-Requestwasfor$5340and$4740recommended.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4April4,1984DierdreMaleckimotionedfor$4740anditpassed.4.Personnel-Requestwasfor$1148and$792recommended.Theorganizationsaidthatthestagecrewisthereallday.Itishardworkanditrequirestechnicalexpertise.Thesepeopleknowwhattheyaredoing.Don Ammannmotionedfor$792anditfailedbyavoteof9y,lIn,2a.DaveMcNallymotionedfor$1148anditpassedbyavoteoflly,7n,Sa.BOTTOMLINE -$74,564INCOME-(37,100)TOTALBUDGET-$37,464PPBFINEARTS1.ProfessionalServices-Requestwasfor$18,500and$17,500recommended.Thisis oneightshowswhich if? alotofactivityfortheorgan1zation.MarkTaylermot1onedfor$18,500.AndyCsontwasagainstthemotiQnandsaidthat$17,500isadequate.LynnChadwickcalledthequestionandthemotionfailed.DonAmmannmotionedfor$17,500.Theorganizationsaidthattheycan'tdoqualityshowsonthemoneythatisrecommended.Wecan'tgetsmallunknownnamesandexpectagoodturnout.Goodperformancecostmoney.MaryJaneRichcalledthequestionand$17500passedbyavoteof20y,4n,lao2.SupportingServices-Requestwasfor$3,790and$3790recommended.AndyCsontmotionedfor$3790anditpassed.3.Promotion-Requestwasfor$2375and$1875recommended.Bob motionedfor$1875.MichaelNemecekmadeafriendlyamendmenttoaddthecalendaranditwasaccepted.Motionnowstoodat$2375anditpassed.4.Personnel-Requestwasfor$270and$266recommended.DaveMcNallymotionedfor$266anditapssed.BOTTOMLINE -$23,931INCOME-$3,500TOTALBUDGET-$20,431PPBIMPROMPTU1.ProfessionalServices-Requestwasfor$12,200and$12,200recommended.-passed2.supportingServices-Requestwasfor$1588.63and$1588.63recommended.-passed3.Promotion-Requestwasfor$921.58and$860.18recommended.Passed.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Pbc'2'5'14'1G01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate 19844.Personnel-Requestwasfor$450and$450recommended.-passedBOTTOMLINE -$15,098.81INCOME-$2,700.00TOTALBUDGET-$12,398.81PPB LECTURES1.ProfessionalServices-Requestwasfor$17,500and$13,000recommended.Thisis2majorspeakers-$4500eachandtwominorspeakersat$2000each.Theorganizationsaidthattheywouldliketosee$2500jeachfortheminorspeakers.MarkTaylermotionedfor$14,000anditpassed.2.Travel-Requestisfor$1070and$1309.20recommended.Theorganizationsaidthat180milesismorereasonable.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$1323.60anditpassed.3.Promotionwasfor$975and$702.80recommended.BethKuekermotionedfor$702.80andit passed BOTTOMLINE -$16,026.40PPB PUBLICITY1.Oswegonianads-Requestwasfor$627.20and$179.20recommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatPPBshouldbepromotedasanorganization.EachPPBorganizationhasenoughmoneyinbudgetforpublicity.AndyCsontmotionedfor$179.20anditpassed.2.MayDay-Requestwasfor$505.94and$305.94recommended.ThisisanadequateamounttopromoteMayDayandcelebratespring.TheorganizationsaidthattheotherPPBcommitteesdonothavemoneyintheirbudgetforMayDayentertainment.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$305.94anditpassed.3.Supplies-Requestwasfor$771.07and$771.07recommended.$771.70passed.TOTALBUDGET-$1256.21PPB THIRDWORLD1.ProfessionalServices-Requestwasfor$10000and$8000recommended.Thisisanincreaseoverlastyear-$2000X 4shows.Theorganizationsaidthatminorityprogramshavebeenneglectedinthepast.Havereceived$7000sincethe1970's.DonAmmannmotionedfor$8000anditpassed.2.SupportingServices-Requestwasfor$1308and$1308recommended.BethKuekermotionedfor$1100anditpassed.3.Promotion-Requestwasfor$678and$678recommended.DonAmmannmotionedfor$678anditpassed.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage6April4,19844.Personnel-Requestwasfor$241and$200recommended.LynnChadwickBOTTOMLINEINCOMETOTALBUDGETmotionedfor-$10,019$1,100-$8,919$241anditpassed.The35thMeetingwascalledtoorderat10:15.RollcallwastakenandAlanRoggen,PattiTower,E.J.Cuneo,AllisonZane,BillQuirk,JeffBaumandSueZimmermanwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithResolution18onspecialorders,Resolution19onspecialorders,Bill67addedtoOldBusiness,Bill68,69,and70onspecialorders.SueCastrignowasmovedafterSueWrayunderExecutiveReports.Theminuteswereapprovedwith"MarkWalthourwasappointedasaSupremeCourtJustice"changedto"MarkWalthourwassworninasaSupremeCourtJusticebyBarryGreenberg.Bill66-PassedRulesunanimously.Financeasawhole-RadioSAVACnowhasis10yearsoldandbreaksdownoften.Thisisthebestdealwecanget.PassedFinance.BryanOgdensaidthatthereisaneedforthisportableradio.Theonetheyhavenowbreaksdownduringcalls.JanetO'HaracalledthequestionandBill66passedbyavoteof25y,On,Oa.Bill67-JanetO'Haramotionedtotablethebillbecausethereisnotenoughinformationavailable.Motionpassed.Bill68-Passedbyavoteof21,In,laoBill69-PassedRulesasawhole.Financeasawhole-MiguelsaidthatthecostoftheelectionscouldhavebeenminimaliftheSenatewastheretohelp.PassedFinance.MiguelMotionedfor$1703.46anditpassedbyavoteof22y,On, Oa. EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueWray-Suewishedbudgetshavebeeninthebeginningoftheyearbecauseshereallygotclosetoalotofsenators.Don'tregretrunning.LearnedalotandmaymoveontoSASU.Lovehighereducation-theactivism,fightittakes,workingwithstudents.Hopesthesenateworksnextyear.Havedoneahellofajobwithvoterregustrationandtuition.BeattheRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'2'5>01'aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage7April4,198421yearolddrinkingageandraisedawarenessonwomen'sissues.Wantvoterregistrationandtuitiontobea ofnextyearaswellasminorities.Thereshouldbe."affirmativeactionpoliciesineachorganization.WeneedavoiceinFacultyAssembly.Suefeltthatsheshouldhaveworkedmorewiththecommitteestomakethemwork.NeedmorethantoshowuponWednesdaysforthemeeting.Thereissomuchtodo.Everyonehasdoneagoodjob.WehaveaccomplishedwhatnootherSAhasdone.Wehavevotingrights.Thankedallhereforworkinghardandbeinghere.SueCastrigno-Regardingvotingrights.SuedtheBoardofElectionsfor$50,000forviolationofcivilrights.Theyhavesettledoutofcourtandwillpaylegalfeesandwewillhaveapermanentinjunction.Regardingminorities,wehavegainedalittlegroundbutwemustkeeponworking.Fulltimelawyer-oneisneededandtheproblemmustbeaddressed. Overall,:"bas::_beenidynamic peoplethisyear.SueWrayhasbeenthemost vicepresident.Suethenreaathefollowingpoemshewrote:ItwasthenightbeforeAprilfoolsandallthroughtheSenatenotasenatorwasworkingwithanyorganizingtoolsThemailboxeswerestuffedwiththepacketswithcareinhopesthatSASUwouldsoonbethereSueWrayatthepodiumwithJocelynathersideexplainsRobert'sRulesiswhatwewillabideThemeetingcalledtoorderandtherollwastakenandsomesenatorsweremissingifI'mnotmistakenWhenallofasuddentherecamesuchaclatterwhenAlanburstoutwithhisbusinesssectionmatterWithJudyandMaureensellingtheircandyandJanetO'HaramakingtoiletpaperhandyLouTaravellawithhisfashionsfromGQandMaryJaneRichwithoohoohoohAndyCsontwithhisspeechesalreadywrittenandMiguelwithhishatslookingquitesmittenRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126QI'1'5'11'2Gol

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage8April4,1984SQneca'sMarkTaylerwould"liketomakeamotion"andPattiTowerandhercommitteestaverndevotionMikePoolefromRiggsisreadytogowhileMackin'ssecondsenatorisyettoshowLynnChadwickalwaysreadytomotiontosecondwhileBillQuirkisstillfiguringoutfinancesIreckonJuliohaschalkinhandreadytothrowandE.J.CuneoisfromBrooklyn"yaknow"KarenreadsarecommendationshehopeswillstaythesenatefeelsgenerousandgivesmoremoneyawayJimWassenaarswingshisglassesandMikeJonesfromhispipetakesatokeandJayButtontook20minuteseachtimehespokeMark,MikeandPetehaveassistedKarenwellwho'llbethenextdirectortimewillsoontellDebbieandJaninealsoknowsasfrickandfrackworkwithRicandDaveintheofficeinthebackBryanOgdenlovesusweallnowknowbuthewantsthemeetingtomovecauseit'sgoingsoslow!MaryFishwithfivevoteshasjustbeenreelectedandGeoffWeissisgettingrestlessI'vejustdetectedLindaHoospeakswithavoicesoverylowasDonAmmanninsistshislastnamehasno0SueZimmermanandDierdreactquitereservedWhiletheelectionsmadeBethKuekerquiteperturbedJeffBaumandBobGhosioarequitenewatthegame"Ican'tthinkat2a.m."claimsAllisonZaneJenniferandJohndevotedtotheirdormbutduringtheelectionitwasquiteastormRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'2'512112C01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage9April4,1984DaveMcNallywithstillanotherlineofwitasEricHoegler'sbackcollectsallhisspitMikeNemecekfinishesafterthreeyearsofsenateandsaysgoodbye withabanginasuitandtieIcametoSAwithenthusiasmanddriveandsometimesIwonderhow IcanstillbealiveMydayshavebeenfulfillingandyouasfriendsaresodearandIwishyouthebestofluckintheupcomingyearIwon'tsaygoodbye'causeI'llalwaysbehereinheartbutImustremindyouforStudentGovernmenttosucceedyouallmustdoyourpartBeingpresidentisnotalwayssoeasyI'msureJimsoonwillatestbutworkingwithyouallhasreallybeenthebest.Resolution18-WishedSueCastrignothebestofluckinherfutureendeavorspassedbyavoteofacclamation.JanineFrainiersaidthatanybodywhohasevercomeincontactwithSuehasreallylearnedalot.Thankedherpersonally.MikeNemecekcouldnotthankherenoughforallthatshehasdoneforhim.JanetO'HarasaidthatSueCastrignoandSueWrayare people.EnjoyedtheSenate.ThankedSuepersonally.Resolution19-WishedSueWraythebestofluckinherfutureendeavorspassedbyavoteofacclamation.JanineFrainiersaidthatshelearnedhowtoorganize,workhardandcareaboutpeoplefromSue.Shehasdoneatremendousjob.Mademanythingspossible.ShehasgivenSAherall.SueCastrignosaid :t.h::l.t supportis imoor.ant a.ndSuehasalwaysbeenthere for_ nero nertne luckinthefuture.Shehasgrownintoaveryprofoundpersonwithagenuinecareforthestudentbody.KarenMcCarthysaidthatalldidafinejobonthebudget.Bill3ofthe19LegislativeSessionmakesitimpossibleforustostaywithinthebudget.Deficitwouldbeirresponsible.Weneedtodistribute$25,328.18intoFixedassetsandContingency.AskedtorescindBill3.$10,000isadequateforclubs.LouTaravellamotionedtorescindBill3anditpassed.",Room205HewittUnionQ'Oswego.NewYork13126'O'G)241?Go'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill10April4,1984KarenMcCarthythankedallwhoshoweduptodobudgetsandwishedallthatwereleavingthebestofluckinthefuture.Karenrecommendedthefollowing:ProgrammingSummerSessionFixedAssetsContingencyAccount$10,000$3,000 $1f),000 $7,328.18$38,328.18Passedbyavoteof19y,In,OaBill70-Bottomlineof$585,280recommendedtothe20thsessionforthebudget.MichaelNemeceksaidthatthebillmustbepassedatthelastmeetingofthesession.Budgetsaretedius.ThisisthemainpurposebehindSA.Thankedallforshowinguptodothebudgets.Urgedalltovoteinfavorofthebill.MiguelMontescalledthequestionandBill70passedbyavoteof2ly,On,Oa.walterBowlerwassworninbyBarryGreenbergasVicePresidentoftheStudentAssociationforthe20thSession.JimDingleywassworninbyBarryGreenbergasPresidentoftheStudentAssociationforthe20thSession.JimsaidthatSueCastrignoandSueWrayhaveleftinspirationwithustocarryon.MichaelNemeceksaidthathehopedeachofthesenatorshadgottenasmuchoutofitashehad.Ithashelpedatremendousamount.ThankedSueCastrignoandSueWray.Wealldidagreatdealofverygoodwork.MichaelNemecekmotionedtoadjournthe19thLegislativeSession.Meetingadjournedat12:10.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokoRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'a'C' 2412GO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril11,1984atOswegoMinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.RollcallwastakenandAllisonZane,JenniferCarey,BillQuirk,were absftnt-"Barry Greenbergsworeinthenewsenators.TheagendawaschangedwithBill3addedtoNewBusiness,andKarenMccarthyundertheFinanceReport.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-PerceivesSAashavinganexcellentSenate-somenewaswellassomereturningfaces.-Feelswehavethebestfinancedepartmentever.-SAisinagoodstate.Oldadministrationpulledusthroughalotofdifficulties.SAhavemoved-caredaboutvoterregistrationandwomen'sissues.Weareawhole.Dooropenallday.Feelfreetocomein.-Tuition-Statedfromthelegislaturethattherewillbenotuitionincreaseforthenextyear.Wewillhave$150roomrateincrease.Offcampushousingwillalsoprobablyincrease.-391lineswillbeaddedbythelegislature.-TAP-SUNYminimumhasbeenraisedfrom$250to$300.Privateschoolshavebeenraisedfrom$2200to$2700.TheyreceivedtentimestheamountSUNYdoes.-OpenhouseonMonday,April9.SAwillhaveatableaswellasSASU.-Legislativeprogramfornextyear-Droppolicy-attendedFacultyAssemblyandfoundthattheresolutionpassedintheSenatelastsessionwasburredintheAcademicPolicyCommitteeanddon'tknowwhy.WillattendameetingonApril6at3:00regardingthisissue.JulioGraciareadapetitionagainstthedropperiod.-April16at3:00inroom103LaniganFacultyAssemblywillbefightingthedroppolicy.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'2'5\21'?CO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2April11-DayCarecenteroncampusatlowcost.Increasethepossibilityofschoolforfamiliesinthecommunity.-LiteracyVolunteersProgram-Communityisalreadyworkingonthisissue.Wanttogetaninternshipprogramforstudentswhoteachpeopleinthecommunitytoreadandwrite.-SASU -havebeguntostartachapter.April12therewillbeameetinginroom222HewittUnionat4:30forthischapter.Willdiscussanyissuestoseewhatwecando.-OCTofficemanagedbyDanClark-adsignsoverseatsweretorndownontheFridaynightpubcrawl.SAwillnotbechargedthistimefordamage.-Appointmentswillbemadenextweekbecausetherearenotenoughsenatorsthisweek.-Aimingforconsistencythroughtheyear.-JeffWebsterresignedastheAuxiliaryServicesSeniorSeat.MeetingsareWednesdaysat4:00ontheseventhfloorofCulkinHall.-TherewillbeanemergencyOCCmeetingonTuesday,April9inordertoelectnewsenators.KarenMcCarthy-StressedinvolvementinorganizationsaswellastheSenae.Weareacorporation-providefundsfor48organizationand30clubs.LookintoseeingwhatyouwillbepassingthroughBill1.Itisagoodopportunitytoseewhatwedofund.-GetinvolvedwithSASU.Itwasonthelinesthisyear.Committeewillbeformedtodeemwhatweseenecessary.-SurplusCommittee-$276,000whenwestartedthisyear.Wehaveonlyspentabout$20,000.Makeattemptstoreduceit.-Goodlucktoall.WalterBowler-congratulationstoallsenators.-Goals-establishsenateasastrongunit.Wewillhaveourdisagreements.Giveconstituentsourbest.-Packetsforsenatorswillbehandedoutafterthemeeting.-Chairsofcommitteesareopen-allareencouragedtoapply.-Lookingforwardtoworkingwithall.COMMITTEEREPORTSRulesNoformalreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126ph'2'>241?cpl

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3April11,1984FinanceNoformalreportStudentServices-Selfservicepostofficeintheunion.Consistofscales,stampmachines.Petitionswillbehandedout.-Returnablecancontainersintheunion.-CableTVoncampus-Additionallightsoncampus-Stairstolakeonnewcampus-Wideningturnsoncampus-MillerwillpayforSAcalendarnextyear.Wouldliketogetoneforeachstudentaswellasabetterdistributionsystem.-Lookingintogettingentertainmentinthesquare.-Telephones-putjacksinroomsodon'thavetopayinstallationcharges.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30intheUnion.Elections-MeetingsareMondaysat4:00.Stillworkingwithlooseends.Willcritiquetheelectionstoseehowtheycanbeimproved.SUNYAffairs-AmnestyInternational-receivedaletterandtheirnewspaper.TakealookatitintheSenateoffice.CommunityRelationsNoformalreportOffCampusCommitteeNoformalreportPPBDirector-Friday,April6-theManhattansintheBallroom.Showbeginsat8:00andticketscanbepurchasedatCheckCashingfor$3.00SAand$4.50NSA.-Thursday,April12intheBallroomwillbeVideoDanceNightat8:00.Ticketsare$2.00SA.IDisrequired.-ClashonApril22atLakerHall.Beginningat8:00.Ticketsare$7.50SAand$10.00NSA.OnlyoneticketperSAcard.FacultyAssemblySenator-NoformalreportSurplusCommittee-Bill3isinthepacketwhichisselfexplanatory.Takeitbacktoconstituents.Itisaproblemthatwehaveabigsurplus.Reduceitgradually.SASUDelegate-Noformalreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Db'2'F>2412GO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4April11,1984OCT-Jobapplicationsareavailablefornextyear.TheyaredueApril13.-OCTprovidesfineservices.Senatorsplacecomeandcheckusout.-FullservicestoNewYorkandLongIslandfor$35roundtrip.ANNOUNCEMENTSMiguelMontes-Urgedmanypeopletoapplyfortheoffcampussenateseatswhichareopen.Meetingadjournedat7:15.Respectfullysubmitted, S6celynSO:lSki, ClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'a'E'24'aCQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril18,1984 Offic" oft'"'Vic,,-P,,,g;j,,.. tatOswegoMinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:07.BarryGreenbergsworeinthenewoffcampussenators.RollcallwastakenandE.J.CuneoandCharlesZlotkuswereabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill6,7and8addedtoNewBusiness.Bill8,Resolution1and2wereonspecialorders.AndyCsontpickedupoco-sponsorshiponBill6andthebillwassubmittedbyBobGhosioandco-sponsoredbyE.J.Cuneo,EricHoeglerpickedupsponsorshipforResolution2.MiguelMonteswasremovedfromsponsoringBill2aswellasMichaelPoole.JulioGracia,MichaelPooleandLynnChadwickwereaddedtosponsorshipofResolution1.TheminuteswereapprovedwithSandraSheppardremovedfrombeingabsent.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-Regardingtheadd/droppolicy.LastFridaywenttotheAcademicPoliciesCommitteemeetingandtheyrejectedtheresolutionpassedinthe19thLegislativeSession.JimhassubmittedResolution1inthe20thSessionregardingtheadd/droppolicy.Wecannotgiveup.Wemustquestionauthority.-AppointedMichaelNemecekasSASUDelegate.LookingforastrongSASUchapteroncampus.Havebeengoingtodormcouncilstogetpeopleinvolved.-AppointedJanineFrainierasAssistanttothePresident.Janinewillbeworkingonwomen'sissues.-AppointedMiguelMontesasAssistanttothePresident.Miguelwillbeworkingonminorityrecruitment,voter awareness,ThirdWorldCaucus,makingmeetingswhichJimcannotattend,workwithanythingthatcomesupduringtheyear.-AppointedBillSpinellitoSeniorSeatforAuxiliaryServices.BillsaidthathesupportsRA'snotgettingRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork131260''o,e)0"CCO?

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2April18,1984 mealplan.Otherschoolsdon'tsupportpersonnellikewedo.-CornerStore-managerJohnIrwinAssistantManager-CarolMenapseandJodiNewman-CommendedJanetBurkeforherexcellentjobwiththeCornerStorethisyear.-NeedthreestudentsfortheStudentConductCommittee,threeforFacultyMediationCommittee,oneforAdministrativeAppealsBoard,oneforJudicialAdvisoryPanelandoneortwofortheABCBoard.-Decreehasbeensignedforpendinglawsuit.Wenowhavepermanentinjunctionandwillreceivelawyerfeesback.Mustputimportanceonvoterregistrationthisfall.WalterBowler-AppointedRicVonDonselasAssistanttothePresident.-Lettersofapplicationforchairpersonshiparenowavailable.Interviewswillbe3-6intheSenateofficeonSunday,April15.-Locationsforfloatingsenate.TalktoWalterifyouwouldlikeitinyourdorm.KarenMcCarthy-Orientationtofinancebills.Generateasmanyquestionsaspossible.Maynotbeabletomakeadecisioninonemeeting.Takebacktoconstituents.-SurplusCommittee-needhelp.MeetingsareWednesdaysat4:30.Therearemanycontroversialproblemsspendingthesurplus.-WOCR'Snewturntablewhichwaslockedinacabinetisnowmissing.Aninvestigationisgoingon.COMMITTEEREPORTSStudentServices-bringinselfservicepostofficepetitions fbr nextweek'smeeting.-WallinbackofTyler.Pzrtofitwillbeknockeddownforstairs.-Calendar-wantsideas,wantwritingsfromclubsandorganizations,themeforcalendar.-EntertainmentintheSunDaysquare.-Lookingintogettingarepresentativefromthephonecompanytoworkoutofthecollegestore.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126p''O'G)24'aCQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3April18,1984-Lookingintopreservationandconservation.PPB -Thursday,April12,VideoDanceNightat9:00intheBallroom.Mustbe19orolder.Cabaretseatingforaclubatmosphere-Deliverance3:00inthetavern.-StayingAliveSaturdayintheBallroomat8and10.-TheClashwillappearatLakerHallonApril22.Ticketsare$10.00atthedoorand$7.50atCheckCashing.-CentralAmericaweekatOswego-receivemoreinformationnextweek.SASU-CommunityCollegeConference-goodrepresentationfromacrossthestate.TheirstudentgovernmentisrunbyAuxiliaryServices.ThisareaofSASUisdeveloping.-Workbeginningforvoterregistrationinthefall.-April-SUNYBoardofTrustees.Wehaveonerep.-Workingonminorityrecruitment.-SearchcommitteeisnowgoingonforSASUpersonnel.-ChairofThirdWorldCaucus-willbeheretomeeteverybody.-Women'sCaucusmeetingthisweekendatPlattsburgh.OffCampusCouncil-Saturdaytherewillbeacommunitycleanup.Thiswillgetthecollegeandcommunitytogethertoestablishbetterrelations.BasedattheRoyMcCrobeBuilding.-ElectionsonApril25and26.IntentiontoliveoffthanyoucanrunforOCCposition.PetitionsinSAandLOCOoffices.-Mondayat4:30aremeetings.OLDBUSINESSBill1-AndyCsontmotionedtoputBilllonethefloor.MichaelPoolesaidthathewasasenatorinthe19thLegislativeSessionandwescrutinizedthebudgets.UrgedalltopassBill1sothatwehaveabudgettoworkwith.Dave McNally saidthatthebudgetpassedinthe19thLegislativeSessionandweshouldtrustourcollegues.LindaHoosaidthatshealsowasasenatorinthe19thSessionandtheProgramminglinewentrightoverourhear.programminghasbeencutbya1/3.Clubswillbehurtandweshouldnotpenalizethem.Hopesomeonemotionstoputprogrammingat$15,000.KarenMcCarthysaidthatwearenotRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126pr'o'c'201aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4April18,1984penalizingclubsindividually.Clubbudgetswillbebasedonperformance.Willforcesenatorstomakesuremoneyallocatedcorrectly.Weshouldpassbottomline.EricHoeglersaidthatmuchlessthan$10,000hasbeenspentbyclubsthisyear.Theyarenotspendingwhattheyhave.Bill1passedbyavoteof27y,In,Oa.Bill2-tabledJayButtonsaidthatwehavelistenedtothefirstbillandwerepatient.otherswillbemucheasier.Congratuledthe20thLegislativeSessiononpassageofthisfirstbill.SueMuaropenednominationsforpresidentprotemp.Bill Quirk nominatedDaveMcNally,LindaHoonominatedScottPosner,MarkHoogersnominatedJulioGracia,AndyCsontnominatedLynnChadwickandLynnChadwicknominatedAndyCsont.SueMuarthenmotionedtoclosenominations.DaveMcNallysaidthathehasbeenasenatorsinceFall1982andthisisthisthirdadministration.ServedonRules,Elections(chair),StudentServices,OffCampusConunittee,lobbiedinAlbany,havedonealotofworkintheSenate,voterregistrationandletterwritingcampaign.ScottPosnersaidthathewasintheSenatehisfreshmanandsophomoreyears.ServedonRules,StudentServices,BoardofDirectorsforAuxiliaryServicessophomoreandjunionseat,lobbiedinAlbany,activewithSASU.BecameanRAinOnondagaandhavesinceresigned.NowwilldevotetimetoSAagain.JulioGraciasaidthathehasbeenintheSeatefortwoyears.RanforpresidentofSA,knowrulesandphilosophyfortheStudentAssociation.LynnChadwicksaidthatthiswillbeherfirstfullterm.ServedonStudentServices,AcademicPolicyCouncil.AndyCsontsaidthathehasbeenasenatorforayear,servedonElections,StudentServicesandknowrules.DaveMcNallywon.Bill2-BobGhosiosaidthatthiswillhelpusdecideasawholewhatourprioritiesshouldbe.Itwillgiveusunity.Itwillgiveusthingstostrivefor.Thiswillhelpustotrytostrivefortotalsuccess.Somearebeingworkedonpresently.Weshouldnotgooffontangents.Doesnotrestrictustojustthesethings.Urgealltopassbill.Floatingsenatemakesusaccessabletothestudentbody.LynnChadwicksaidthatthefloatingsenatewillletpeopleknowwhatSAis.Peoplemustknowhow wework.Conununitymustbedealtwithasawhole.PublicrelationspersoncanworkcloselywithOffCampusConunittandtheadministration.Theinitiationofawomen'ssafetytaskforceisveryvitaltohavemoreinformationonRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131269''2'C'21'aGQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage5April18,1984women1sissuesonthiscampus.Rulesasawhole.JulieSchwartzaskedwhythisbillwasnotaresolution.BobGhosiosaidthatthisiswhatwewanttoworkon.Wewilltrytobesuccessfulinthesethings.LouTaravellasaidthatitisnotthesenate1spowertodictateprioritiestotheexecutivebranch.Shouldnotbealaw.Youaretellingthemhowtoruntheoffice.Shouldnotsetdownalisttosetdownownpriorities.BillQuirksaidthatthefloatingsenatediscriminatesagainstoffcampusstudents.JulioGraciasaidthattheexecutivescanbeimpeachediftheydon1tdowhatwetellthemtodo.Thisisdangerousasabill.AllisonZanesaidthatthisshouldnotbelaw . Dangeroustodo.BobGhosioremindedeverybody that weareonlyvotingonthebillrulistically.JimDingleysaidthathecouldnotfindanythingaboutprioritiesintheSAconstitution.BillQuirkmovedthequestionanditpassedRulesbutthenthemotionwasrescinded.KarenMcCarthysaidthatevery-onecanbeimpeachedifyoudonotworkontheseissues.DaveMcNallymadeafriendlyamendmenttoaddthewordSenateafterStudentAssociationinthesecondwhereas,toaddthewordSenateafterStudentAssociationinthethirdwhereas,andinthebeitenacted,tochangethewordexecutivetolegislativebranch.Theamendmentswereaccepted.Passedrules.AndyCsontmotionedtoputBill2onthefloor.BobGhosiosaidthatthebillhasbeenrevised.Fitsbettertowhatwewanttosay.Nottellingexecutivebranchwhattodo.BryanOgdensaidthatwewanttheexecutivebranchtoknowthatwefeelstronglyabouttheseissues.LynnChadwickurgedthepassageofthebill.Theseprioritiesareadefinitemustonthiscampus.EricHoeglersaidthatweneedtodiscusstheseideas.Peoplearenotagainstheideas.Theyareagainstforcingitonsomebody.Canlookbackinyearstoseewhatwehavedone.AndyCsontsaidthatwewerenottryingtodictatepoliciestotheexecutivebranch.Thesearelooseguidelines.Fullsupportofthebill.MikeReganaskedoftheseprioritiesarewhatourconstituentswanted.MichaelPoolewantedtochangethebilltoaresolutionandhavethesecondpriorityremoved.Thefloatingsenateissaidtomakeourconstituentsaware.Thisisourjob.DoesthesenateoftheUnitedStatesgotoNewYorkorCalifornia.Weareelectedtobringbackinformation.TheHewittUnionisaccessable.Thisshouldbearesolutionstatingourgoals.Ifnotdone,theSenatecanbeimpeached.Thefriendlyamendmentwasnotaccepted.LouTaravellasaidthatmanysenatorsdonotknowwhatisgoingon.Meaningisapieceoftrash.Don1ttellexecutivebranchhowtoruntheoffice.Thisbilliswatereddown.JulioGraciamadeafriendlyamendmenttochangethebilltoaresolutionanditwasaccepted.ScottPosnersaidthatgoodpointshavebeenbroughtup.Moresuitableasaresolution.MikeNemeceksaidthatitis tosetpriorities.IntentwastosayweshouldtrytoRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'O'E'24'OCO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage6April18,1984dothesethings.Worthlessasaresolution.AndyCsontsaidthatitwasnotgoodasaresolution.LynnChadwickmadeamotiontowithdrawResolution3.Theresolutionisworthless.Itlaysdownnostructure.JulioGraciasaidthatwecannotmakesomethingthatwefeellaw.Resolution3waswithdrawn.SinceBill2waschangedtoaresolution,everybillinthepacketwaschangedtoanumberlower.Bill2-tabledBill3-withdrawnBill5-Therewasamotiontowaiverulesandfinancecommitteesanditpassed.DaveMcNallymadeamotiontooverrulethechairforputtingthisbillonspecialorders.Ithasnotbeenresearched.Themotiontooverrulethechairfailedbyavoteof7y,l3n. Bob-:Ziegler saidthatin1979-80WTOPhadadictatedleadership.Shippingdamagedequipmentthatwe nowhaveReasonwhyequipmenthasnotlastedthesevenyearnorm.Mistake of WTOPandtheSAfinancedirectorof1979-80.Machinewasfixedandafterwardsbegantochewuptapes.WeneedanewSONY2800andJVC.Newmachineshavemaintenancecontract.AndyCsontsaidthatWTOPhasgoodqualityprograms.LossofSAmoneyforcheweduptapes.ScottPosnersaidthatthemachinesarebroke.LynnChadwicksaidthattheyneednewmachines.Knewaboutproblemawhileago.Shouldhavebeenbroughtupbeforethistime.Thishasnotbeenresearchedbyanybodyinfinance.Theorganizationsaidthattheycannotrentanotherweek.MichaelPoole made amotiontotablebill6.$3646.50isalotofmoney.Somethingshouldhavebeendonebefore.Shouldnotvoteonthisamountofmoneynow.BobGhosiosaidthat this-should havebeenturneddownonspecialorders.MichaelPoolesaidthathewasundertheimpressionthatthemachinebrokedownyesterday.Tablingfailed.MikeRegansaidthathewasinfavorofpassingthebilltonight.Safetotrusttheorganization.Needthesethingsassoonaspossible.Supportedthebill.MaryFishsaidthattheyneedthefunding.Heretobenefitourconstituents.AndyCsontmotionedtoacceptbill5asitstands.KarenMCCarthysaidthatwehavealreadyspent$23,000thisyearonnewcameras.Trusttheorganizationbutmaybeweshouldgotoanothervendor.Shouldbeworkingonacompromise.ScottPosnersaidthatitisunfortunatethatwedonothaveafinancecommittee.TheorganizationsaidthatSAhastherighttostopWTOPatanytime.Ifwedonothavearentedmachinewewillgoofftheair.Bill5failedbyavoteof7y,l2n,3a.ScottPosnermotionedtofundWTOPformachinerentalfor5daysX$78/day=$390.InsupportofbillRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Dba'2'5'21'1

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage7April18,1984asawholebutwecannotmakeadecisionatthispointoftime.HopethatamajorityofthesenatorswillmakeitapointtogodownandcheckoutWTOP.JulieSchwartzsaidthatallsenatorsshouldgodowntoWTOPtoresearchthis.MikeRegansupportedgivingWTOPmoneyforrentals.Thesumof$390passedbyavoteof21y,On,Oa.TherewasamotiontorescindtheactiontakenonBill5anditpassedbyavoteof21y,On,Oa.Bill5willbetableduntilnextweek.Bill7-KarenMcCarthyexplainedthatthecontingencyaccounthasbeendepletedbecauseofthevotingoftwoevents.Below$0rightnow.ThismoneywillcovertheMajesticsfortheISAdinner,thecontractwithCentro,rentalofVCRforWTOPandtheelectionbill.AndyCsontmadeamotiontoacceptBill7asitanditpassedbyavoteof20y,On,laoResolution1-JimDingleysaidthattheAcademicPolicyCommitteerejectedtheresolutionpassedinthe19thLegilativeSession.Ouracademicfreedomisbeingstiflednow.Wearelookingfor15daystodropacourse.JimsaidthatAlbanyhassevenweeks,Binghamtoneightweeks,Fredoniathreeandahalfweeks,Buffalosevenandahalfweeks,StoneyBrookeightweeks,BrockportsevenandahalfweeksandCortlandelevenweekstodropacourse.Nightclassesmayonlymeetoncewiththedropperiodthatwe nowhave.Thisisnotenoughtime.Thiswillinsurethatstudentswillhavetime.Resolutionwillbetakentoacademicpolicyboard.Everysenatorshouldbethere.JohnSloansaidthathisconstituentsdidnotfeelthat15dayswasenoughtimetodropacourse.EricHoeglersaidthatwecannotbethisoffanylonger.JulioGraciasaidthatmanymorestudentsareonacademicprobation.LynnChadwicksaidthattheAcademicpolicyBoardhasnotdonerecentresearch.Wemustberealaboutwhatwewant.Councilhasnogeneralconclusion.Ourconstituentswantanincrease.MikeReganspokeinfavoroftheresolution.Itisastrongstatementoftheactionthatwewanttaken.JohnSloansaidthathisconstituentsfeelthatifthispasses,thentheywon'tbeabletogetmoretime.Endupwithshortendofthestick.PhilipWhitesaidthatweshouldtake what wecanget.SueCastrignosaidthatweneedlegitimatereasonsandrationaleofwhy wewanttoextendthedropperiod.Makingadecisionforthewholestudentbody.Beseriousaboutthis.Threeweekswillbeanexcellentstart.Everysingleoneofusshouldbeatthemeeting.OtherobligationsbesidestheSenate.Goforit.AndyCsontsaidthatweshouldusethisasasteppingstone.Cannotprolongthisanylonger.Makingdecisionsforpeopleoncampus.BobGhosiosaidthat15academicdaysiswherewewanttohead.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'O'C)011?CQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage8April18,1984Madeafriendlyamendmenttomaketheaddperiod15daysalso.Thefriendlyamendmentwasnotaccepted.Professorsaremorewillingtodropacoursebutnotadd.Professorswanttoknowhowmanystudentsareintheirclass.Aimingmoretowardsthedropperiod.Addingtheaddhasanotherdimension.BobGhosiosaidthatyoucannotdropacourseifyouonlyhave12credits.JulieSchwartzsaidthatthisissuewillbecominguponMondayinFacultyAssembly.Mustberealistic.FacultyAssemblydidnotlinetwentydays.Addmorethingsandwewillbedeflatingourselves.DaveMcNallysaidthatthisisthesixthresolutiongoingtoFacultyAssemblysinceFall1981.Weneedtonarrowourdirectionandgetourfootinthedoor.EricHoeglersaidthatteacherswillgetdowntonormalclasscapacity.FacultyAssemblydoesnotlistenorcare.Needavote of acclamation.LynnChadwickcalledthequestionandDaveMcNallymotionedforavote of acclamationanditpassed.Resolution2wastabled.Themeetingwasadjournedat11:10.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pItn'[)041nco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation O//i"" 0/ 'lIi",,-pr"";j,,nl StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession4thMeetingApril25,1984 Hinutes Themeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.RollcallwastakenandJenniferCarey,BillQuirkandJeffCranerwereabsent.PeteHornickwasabsentwithaproxy.PresidentoftheSenateTheagendawasapprovedwithBill9onspecialorders,MichaelPooleremovedfromsponsorshipofBill9,andpickedupsponsorshipofBill5,Bill2andResolution2.Bill2wastakenoffthetable.KathyParkerwasaddedtosponsorshipofBill2.E.J.Cuneo,AllisonZane,JulieSchwartzandRalphAppreawereaddedtosponsorshipofBill6.BobGhosiowasaddedtosponsorshipofResolution2Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-InWashington,$15.9wasapprovedforeducationin1983.$17.8billionisgoingtothesenatethisyear.Thisdoesnottakeintoaccountinflation.-WriteletterstoAlfonseD'Amato.-Canpassifwelobbyoursenators.-Add/dropdate-AcademicPolicyCommitteewasapproachedonFriday.Theydidnothonortheresolutionpassed Wemustwaitacoupleofweekstogetontheagenda.Wewill aproposaltowhytheadd/dropperiodshouldbeextended.-DirectorofFinancepositionwillbeopenfor1984-85.ApplicationswillavailableFriday,April20-Wednesday,April25.-Receiveda memoaboutFreedomSummer'84.Getpeoplewhodon'tvote,tovote.-LiteracyVolunteersProgramisstillbeingworkedon.WalterBowlerOn May2nd,theSenatemeetingwillbeheldinScalesHall.-TherewillbeameetingnextWednesday.-CommitteeChairs-Rules-JulioGraciaapprovedbytheSenate.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'['01'aGQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2April25,1984-AllisonZaneapprovedforFinanceCommittee.-EricHoeglerapprovedforStudentServices.-E.J.CuneoapprovedforSUNYAffairs.-MichaelPooleapprovedforCommunityRelations.-Walterthankedallforapplying.-WalterisinhisofficeMWF12:30-4:00andTTHatoddtimes.COMMITTEEREPORTS PPB -CentralAmericaschedulehasbeenplacedinallsenators ? .mailboxes.-WednesdayintheBallroomwillbeGeorgeMcGovernsponsoredbyUAAat8:00-RiskyBusiness,Fridayat8:00and10:00.-ShaftintheTavernSaturdayat3:00and9:00.-Sunday,April22willbetheClashatLakerHall.Ticketsare$7.50atCheckcashingand$10.00atthedoor.Elections-Pollwatchingpeople-checksshouldbein.StudentServices-Needsuggestionsforthingstoworkonespeciallyoffcampuspeople.-Onemoreweekfor -MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.SASUDelegates-Drinkingage-committeechairisagainstthebill.Willcomeupagainnextyear.Issueisdeadforthemoment.-Internshipsare available inSASUfOrThirdWorld,Women'sCaucus,Legislative.-Women'sCaucusconferenceinPlattsburgh-electednewsetofdelegatesandSueWraywasoneofthem.-Talkedaboutcomprablepayforcomprablework.SpringfestwillbeatRegansonMay6.OLDBUSINESSBill2-LouTaravellasaidthattheideaofallocatingmoneytotheStudentEmergencyLoanFundwasbroughttotheSurplusCommitteebyastudentbecausetherewasnomoremoneyinthefund. fundwassetupbytrustsofpeoplewhodonatedmoneytothecollege.Tookapercentageofmoneyandsetitaside.Thereis$15,000$17,000availablenow.StudentsneedcollateralinordertoreceiveRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126pi'0'[)?11ncO]

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3April25,1984funds.BeverlyGreenisinchargeofthefundsattheBursar'soffice.Studentsgetboggeddownwith bills: theycanapplyformoney.WhenchecksfromBEaGorTAPcomein,thefundisrepaid.Itisnotbasedonincome.Canbenefitstudentsoncampusbyaddedtothefund.ItisSAmoney.NotgivingtheStateofNewYork$10,000.E.J.Cuneoaskedwhathappenedifstudentsneedmoneyandtheyhavenocollateral.KarenMcCarthysaidthattherewouldbesomerecourse.Loansusuallyaregivenoutifthereisaguaranteedstudentloan.ItwillbecalledSAEmergencyLoanFund.Thereisnointerestonloans.Onpaper,thisisSA'smoney.Ultimatelywewillhavecontroloverit.Wecancallmoneybackatendoffiscalyear.Eachloanbetween$100-$300.Cutdownonpeoplewhohavetobeturnedaway.LouTaravellasaidthatthereisaconstantcycleofmoney.DeanWassenaarsaidthatsomeexpensescanbedeferred.Onlywaytocoverittogetaloanagainstpendingawards.Usedtohelpcarrypeopleover.SueMuaraskedwhatthepossibilityofSAdoingthisthemselveswithoutcontrolofBursar'sofficeway.LouTaravellasaidthatinformationofwhencheckscomeinwouldnotbegiventoSA.KarenMcCarthysaidthattheyhavea99.9%collectionrate.SueMuarthenaskedhow$10,000wasarrivedat.KarenMcCarthysaidthatitwasanarbitraryfigurewhichwasnottoohigh.SueMuaraskedwhatBursar'sgoesthroughiftheloansarenotpaidback.JimWassenaarsaidthatitisturnedovertotheattorneygeneral'soffice.SueMuaraskediftherewasasettimetopaytheloanback.KarenMcCarthysaidno.JayButtonsaidthattheStudentEmergencyLoanisdesperatelylow.Studentsneedthismoney.Encouragealltovoteinfavor.Studentsneedthismoney.Encouragealltovoteinfavorofthebill.LindaHoomadeafriendlyamendmenttoaddastipulation"attheendofthefiscalyear,thatageneralreportbegiventoseeifthereareanyproblems.KarenMcCarthysaidthatitshouldbetheresponsibilityofsurpluscommittee.Theamendmentwasnotaccepted.LindaHoothenmadeaformalamendmenttoaddafifthwhereas,"TheDirectorofFinance,towardstheendofeachlegislativesession,comebeforetheSenatetoinformusofthestatusoftheStudentEmergencyLoanFund.LouTaravellasaidthatthesurpluscommitteeisfindbutnotfinancecommittee.Theyhavenothingtodowiththis. Andy-s thequestionandthe amendment passedbyavoteof24y,2n,3a.MichaelNemeceksaidthatSAwillhavenocontroloverthefundsoncetheyarehandedout.Onlyabout100peoplecanusethemoney.Shouldwegivetheamountofmoneytoonly100students.IsitSA'sjobtohelpwithfinancialburdens.Wedothisbyfightingagainstroomrentandtuitionhikes.Wealreadylendcloseto$50,000atthebeginningoftheyearbecauseofdeferredbills.Billmustbemadetogetmoneyback.Therearealotofwaystohelpoutstudentsonthiscampus.JohnNemecekRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126P'Cols)Of'2CQ'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4April25,1984saidthatthisconstituentsareagainstthebill.BobGhosiosaidthatthiswillonlybenefit100students.Weshoulddosomethingtohelpallstudents.Narrowsdowntoaspecialinterestgroup.DeanWassenaarsaidthatthereisasignificantnumberofstudentsonfinancialaid.AllmayneedtobenefitfromStudentEmergencyFund.willbehelpfulatstartofthesemester.Wouldratherseereserveinfundratherthanbank.ScottPosnersaidthathewasnotsureifthefundwasbeingutilizedcorrectly.Wedon'thaveenoughcontroloverthis.SuggestsomeonefromBursar'scomeovertospeaktous.MichaelPoolesaidthattheloansaregivenonafirstcomefirstservedbasis.Puttinganadditional$10,000willhelpsomanymorestudents.Infavorofbill.JimTaravellatabledBill2.MichaelPoolemadeamotiontograntDirectorofFinanceaspeakingseatintheSenateforthe20thLegislativeSession.JimDingleysaidthatitmakesmeetingsrunsmoother.SueMuarcalledthequestionanditpassed.BobGhosiomadeamotiontooverrulethechairfortablingBill2.Therewasavote of 16y,6nandtherulingstood.Bill2wastabled.Bill4-JohnTruransaidthattheunit-to-unitclampssecurethestage.Twoyearsagoweneededabout20more.Tenwereneverorderedand10arewornout.Orderedclampsalreadybecauseittakes4-5weeksfordelivery.SandraShepparedsaidthatthisisabasictransferoffunds.MichaelPoolesaidthatallordersaresupposedtobeapprovedbytheFinanceDirector.PeopleatPPBviolatedpolicy.Weareinastickysituation.Wecouldbesued.Wehavetopayforclamps.JohnTruransaidthattheprofitfromstaterentalwillbeused.Michael Poolewent ontosaythatwe ,areforcedtopay.Infavorofbillbecuasewemustpayorelsewewillbesued.E.J.Cuneosaidthatiftherearenoclamps,therewillbenoconcert.Somethingmustbedonesothatthisdoesnothappenagain.AndyCsontsaidthatwearesettingariskyprecedent.Wasforthebillbuthehadsomereservation.EricHoeglersaidthattheincomeusedforthispurposeaccordingtoPPB'sbudget.JohnTruransaidtahthehadtomakeadecision.Gooutandgetclampsorwaitandputupstateasitis.WeshouldsupportJohnforwhathedid.Bill4passedbyavoteof25y,On, Oa.BillS-PassedRules.MovedintoFinanceasawhole.LindaHooaskediftherewasaservice KarenMcCarthysaidthattherewasnot,buttherewasawarranty.Passedfinance.TheRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5\21'aGo'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage5April25,1984organizationsaidthattheywerehappythatthebillwastabledlastweek.Itsaveasubstantialamountofmoney.MichaelPoolethankedallwhoresearchedthebill.Bill5passedbyavoteof26y,On,Oa.Bill6-tabledBill9-E.J.Cuneosaidthatweneedaccountability.AllofSAwillworkforthesethings.These6pointsarenotonlythingsSAwillstrivefor.LynnChadwicksaidthatthedebatelastweekbroughtoutsomegoodpoints.Urgedalltopassthebillasitstoodnow.ScottPosnersaidthatthebillhelpedtosetgoals.AndyCsontsaidthathewasgladitwasbackasabill.Nottryingtodictatepolicy.Thereareopenideasandvalidpoints.MichaelPoolebroughtupArticle1Section8oftheconstitution.Mikefeltthatwewouldbedictatingpolicyifitpassedasabill.Billisalaw.Shouldbearesolution.Itisourresponsibilitytocontinueonanyresolutionwhichcomesup.Resolutionifitsaysthesearesomeofthethingswewillworkon.Urgedsomeonetochangeittoaresolution.JulieSchwartzagreedwithMike.Constituentsareconfused.Wearegettingawayfromwhatweareherefor.Shouldbearesolution.LindaHoocalledthequestionandtherewasanobjection.SueMuaragreedwithMike.Shouldbearesolution.Abillislaw.Resolutionsetsfortheideathatisissomethingwewanttodo.Ifwedon'tdoit.wearenotheldaccountableforit.Iftheadd/dropperiodisnotextended,courtcasecanbebroughtup.Rulisticallyitisdefunct.Ifresolution,itshouldbebyavote of acclamation.E.J.Cuneosaidthatnobodywantstotakethebuck.ScottPosnersaidthatitwasbetterasaresolutionandmadeafriendlyamendmenttochangeittoone.Itwasnotaccepted.Scottthenmadeaformalamendmenttochangeittoaresolution.AndyCsontsaidthatlastweekitwasaresolutionanditwasgarbage.Areyouvotingforselforconstituents.LouTaravellasaidthatifyoutakethesomesoutandmakeitaresolutionitwouldbemuchbetter.Stateideasclearlyanddefined.MarkTaylersaidthatitwasapieceoftrashasabill.Youwillviolatethis.SueMuarmovedthequestiononthefriendlyamendment.Theformalamendmentpassedbyavoteof15y,5n,3a.MichaelPoolesaidthathewasgladthatitwasnow aresolution.Made afriendlyamendmenttoaddwhereas's7and8aswellasaddingSenateaftereachSA.Asaresolutionlet'sworkforthem.BobGhosiowasdisappointedthatitwaschangedtoaresolution.Itmeansnothing.DeanWassenaarsaidthatthisisguidanceanditusedtodirectourselves.WillnotlendcredibilitytoSAifitisabill.CredibilityisestablishedbywhatSAdoes,notifitisabilloraRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126ph'2'['24'?GOl

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage6April25,1984resolution.Forthethirdpriority,herecommendedthatitbechangedtoliTostrengthenthelinkbetweenthecampusandthecommunityandestablishapublicrelationsperson."Itwasaccepted.JimDingleysaidthat he hopeditpassedbyavoteofacclamation.Theforceofthisbodymustbebehindit.Buckstopshere..JimDingleyhastheultimateresponsibility.SandraShepparedthatthatgoodpoints havebeeri broughtup.Hopeasaresolution,thatindividualcommitteesgetthesethingsdoneandcarrythroughwiththem.JulieSchwartzsaidthatthisshouldpassasavoteofacclamation.Thisresolutionpassedbyavoteof15y,1n,7a.Resolution2-tabled.ANNOUNCEMENTSLindaHoohopedthateverybodygoestothestudentrecognitiondinner.JimDingleysaidthatthesophomoreseatforAuxiliaryServicesisopen.SUNYAffairswillmeetWednesdaysat5:30inHewittUnion.JulioGraciasaidthatRuleswillmeetTuesdaysat6:00intheUnion.Meetingadjournedat9:15.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSoolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offi"" of 'Vi".,-P,udoml stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay2,1984MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:03.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandJenniferCarey,BillQuirk,KymGeroandPeteHornickwereabsent.Theagendawasapprovedasis.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVE REPORTSwalterBowler-AquestionnairefromRicVonDonselregardingwhetherornotOswegostateshouldpurchaseaMcIntoschcomputerwassentaround.Thecostwouldbeabout$1100andthestatewouldbuythem.-LindaHooappointedElectionschair.-JulieSchwartzmotionedtogivethePresidentoftheStudentAssociationaspeakingseatforthe20thSessionanditpassedbyavoteof20y,2n,2a.-ThosewhosignedupforRulesandFinancecommitteespleaseseeWalter.YoumustbeappointedbytheSenate.-WorkingoncommitteeforSASUevaluations.JimDingley-Wearestillwherewewerelastweekwiththeadd/droppolicy.Weneedtowriteaproposal.-Springfest-Ticketswillbe$10forUAAmembers,$13non-UAA,and$15atthedoor.Thispriceincludesbeerandfood.ThebandsappearingwillbeMarshallTuckerBand,TheBand,andItopia.Nominorswillbeallowedtoattend.ItisatRegansonMay 6froml2pm.Buseswillbeginat11:30.Thereismandatorybussing.-AppointedStudentConductCommittee-AnnReinandAndyCsont.-FacultyMediationPanelTomDanaappointed.-AuxiliaryServicesSophomoreSeat-AnthonyMurphyappointed.-PPBDirector-JenniferShrophshire.-CongratuledJohnTruranforthefantasticjobhehasdonewithPPBthisyear.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI(O'E)?OlaGO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2 May2,1984COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-willdecideontimetomeet.Finance-MeetingsareTuesdaysat5:00.StudentServicesMemoswentoutfororganizationstowritesometinginthecalendar.Apossiblethemewillbetofeatureafeworganizationseachmonth.-MemoswenttoallRA'sforideasfortheStudentServicesCommittee-Aboutgettingrepsfromthetelephonecompanytocomeoncampus,wehavetowaitonittoseeifwegetanewsystem.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.Elections-AllinterestedcontactLindaHoo.-Wouldliketoremoveanyproblemsfrompastyears.SUNYAffairs-Encouragealltojoin.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.CommunityRelations-Urgedalltogetinvolved.-WanttogetorganizedandplanstoworkonintheFall.-PlantoworkcloselywithJimandWalter.OffCampusCommittee-OCTissponsoringtwofinalevents.BuseswillleaveTuesdayat5:30fortheOzzyOsborneconcert.-NightinSyracuse-LeaveCulkinHallat8:30onMay4.WillgodowntoMarshallSquare.$4.00/personandonlythose19andoverwillbeallowedtousetheservice.-InternshipsareavailablethroughOCT.Helpisneededdesperately.PPB -FridayMay 4willbetheBigChill-SaturdayMay 5isMayDayfeaturingMr.Ed.-SundayApril29andMondayApril30thefilmMissingwillbeshown.FacultyAssemblyNoformalreport.SurplusCommitteeNoformalreport.SASUDelegate-theSUNYBoardofTrusteeswassupposedtovoteontheathleticfeebutitwaspostponedtoMay.Thiswillgivecontrolofathleticmoniestotheadministration.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3 May2,1984Morefundingwillbegiventothemenratherthanwomen'sathleticsbecausetheyaremoredeveloped.Mr.Wassenaarsaidthatthecommitteeiscomprisedofstudents,facultyandthenbroughttothepresidentforapproval.-Women's safety nextmonth.OLDBUSINESSBill2-tabledBill6-MaryJaneRichbeganbysayingthattheGreekStudentAssociationneedstocommunicatewiththeSenate.Thereisanegativeimagebecausewhentheydosomethingwrong,theyarerecognizedbytheircolors.Speakingseatwillenableflowofcommunication.InWards1and3,therearefivegreekorganizations.Thesewardshadthemostvoterturnout.ThepresidentorvicepresidentwillbringbackideastotheSenate.Canbringmanpower.NotrecognizedbytheStudentAssociation.Membershipisrestrictive.Problemsfacedaresounique.Itisonlyaspeakingseattovoiceouropinion.AllisonZanesaidthatGreeks are theonlyorganizationwhomustworkoncommunityandschoolprojects.sixhundredpeoplestrong.WecanhelpSAasmuchasSAcanhelpthegreeks.BarbHorrigansaidthatshewasscaredaboutthefuture of greekorganizations.WeneedSA'shelp.When wecametoyou,youwouldnothelpusbecauseyoudidnotknowwhatwasgoingon.JulieSchwartzsaidthatPathfinderhasaspeakingseatbecausetheyhavespecialinterested.Thisisnotnew.Wantyoutoknowhowgreeksstandtogether.Canopencommunicationchannels.PeteDevinesaidthatnotenoughgreeksknowwhathappensinSAandviseversa.Itisimportanttoknow.Thisseatwillenablethattohappen.E.J.CuneosaidthatSAhasalwaysworkedforstudentsasawhole.Greekswanttoshareinformationwithotherstudents.Thereisanairofmysteryaboutgreeks.Thiswillbreakthebarrier.AndyCsontmadeafriendlyamendmenttochangea permanent speakingseattoacommitteereportintheSASenate.Itwasnotaccepted.Hethenmadeitaformalamendment.Hesaidthathewouldwelcomeacommitteereporttohaveflowofcommunication.Notaspeakingseat.Somesenatorsaregreeks.PattiTowersaidthatacommitteereportswouldnotbebeneficial.Wecouldnotvoiceourselvesinissues.Wewillhavenovote.Breakingdownbarrier.AllisonZanesiad.thataspeakingseatyoucanseehow wefeelaboutissues.CommitteereportwillnotgiveusinputtoSA.LynnChadwicksaidthatshewasinfavoroftheformalamendment.GSAhavingavoiceinSA-everystudenthasavoice.Canbeyieldedto.Electedrepresentativesareheretorepresentthestudents.CanGSAgiveusmoreinformationonbillsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P',?'C'?O'?CQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4 May2,1984andresolutionsthansomebodybeingyieldedthefloor.CangrantingGSAaspeakingseatcutdownonopinoinofgreeks.Otherorganizationscanthencomeandaskforaspeakingseat.Studentsfirstandtheyhaveavoicelikeanyotherstudent.PeteDevinesaidthathewasoffendedbytheattitudestowardsgreeksintheSenate.Don'twantnegativeopinionstowardsgreeks.Willsendasignaltotheadministrationthatweareworkingtogether.Weareallinthistogether.Cannotbedoneproperlybycommitteereport.E.J.Cuneosaidthatmanypeoplewerebiasedbeforethebillevencametothefloor.There's700peoplewho'sviewsmustbeheard.Acommitteereportwouldbepassingthebuck.CarolynTighesaidthatwedon'twanttovote,justwantaspeakingseat.JulieSchwartzsaidthattheschoolimposedtherecognitionagreement.GreekshavebeenaroundlongerthanSA.MaryJaneRichsaidthatGreeksfaceauniqueproble.Ourconstitutionisthorough.Wedon'tknowifourrightswereviolated.Weneedaspeakingseat.PeteDevinesaidthatwewanttoworktogether.Againsttheformalamendment.Cannotexpressourviewsinacommitteereport.MikeRegansaidthatGSAisinvolvedincontroversialissues.GreeksenatorsrepresenttheirconstituentsandnotGreeks.LindaHoomovedthequestionandtheformalamendmentpassedbyavoteofl6y,lIn,Oa.LouTaravellasaidthatsenatorsrepresenteachdorm.Itisveryimportant that GSAgetsacommitteereport.Noclubororganizationshouldbegivenaspeakingseat.Takebacktheformalamendmentandvoteontehbillasitoriginallystates.GiveFacultyAssemblyandadministrationaspeakingseat.Wehaveanactualsayonwhatgoeson.Diversegroupofpeopleandtheyshouldhaveaspeakingseat.MikeRegansaidthatthebillshouldbewrittendifferentlysothattheycanhaveaspeakingseatfordifferentreasons.SueMuarwasinfavorofhavingacommitteereport.Itcanbeeffectiveifusedproperly.Expressopinionsinreport.AllisonZanewithdrewthebill.SueMuaraskedhowtheGreekscancareiftheyallgotupandleft.AllisonZanesaidthattheyhaveotherobligations.MichaelPoolesaidthathewenttohisconstituentspersonally.HopethattherestoftheSenatorsdidalsoanddidnotvotepersonally.JimDingleysaidthattheformalamendmentpassedagainstthewilloftheGreeks.Arewegoingtopassabillthattheydon'tagreewith?BarbHorrigansaidthatthebillwaswithdrawnsothatitcanbebrought back totheGreekstoseehowtheyfeelaboutit.Mayaskforasenatoroftheirown.Willcomebackagain.Bill9-PassedthroughFinancecommittee.KarenMCCarthysaidthatthebillwasselfexplanatory.Need buses totransportpeopletoClambake.Therewillbethreebusesduringpeakperiods.Thebillpassedbyavote of 23y,On,Oa r= Room205HewittUnionpIOswego,NewYork13126'2'[)29'3GO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage5 May2,1984Resolution2-tabledThemeetingwillbeheldinScalesHallnextweek.Themeetingwasadjournedat8:00.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokoski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pr'2'C'241?COl

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offie:" of '1/;e:,,-pru;J"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession6thMeetingMay9,1984MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandJenniferCarey,MikeReganandPeteHornickwereabsent.CharlesZlotkuswasabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithLynnChadwickpickingupsponsorshipofResolution5andResolution6.Bill2wastakenoffthetable.Resolution2wastakenoffthetable,Resolution7onspecialorders,andBilllIonspecialorders.AllisonZanepickedupsponsorshipofBill11.JulioGraciapickedupsponsorshipofResolution6andResolution13.JohnSloanpickedupsponsorshipofResolution5.AndyCsont,MichaelPoole,SueMuarpickedupsponsorshipofResolution5.LindaHoopickedupsponsorshipofBill13.MichaelPoolepickedupsponsorshipofBill13.KarenMcCarthywasaddedtotheFinancialReport.DaveMcNallymotionedtooverrulethechairforputtingBill11onspecialorders.Itfailedbyavoteof9y,8n,7a.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-WelcomedalltoScalesHallandthankedJohnNemecekforsettingthingsup.-DirectorofRefrigeration-ThomasKinslowapproved-StudentConductCommittee-AppointedBarryGreenberg-NeedonestudentfortheAlcoholBeverageCommittee-MikeBrooksisthepresidentofAuxiliaryServices-GSAnewpresidentisJohnSullivan-PleaseannouncetoyourconstituentsthatthereisaMilitaryCounselingInformationCenter-BobGhosiasaidthattheU-HaulserviceshaveleftOswego.ARydertruckrentalserviceisoutsideoftownon104Eandthenumberof -Add/droppolicy.MondaywillbethelastFacultyAssemblymeeting.theproposalisgoingtocomeup.-Newcommittee-EnvironmentalandPreservationStructuresCommittee.TaskswillbedividedwithStudentServices.ChairwillbeDavidMcNally.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''a'E)01'aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2 May9,1984WalterBowler-ThankedScalesHallandJohnNemecek-RulescommitteewillbeDaveMcNallyandAndyCsontwhowereapproved.-FinanceCommittee-Ralph l\prea LynnChadwick,ScottPosner,JulieSchwartz,PhilipWhite,andDaveRothsteinwereapproved.-SASUEvaluationCommittee-therewillbethreestudentsatlarge.SpeaktoWalterif.youareinterestedinbeingonthecommittee.-ThisweekChrisMensahwillbeheretodiscussproblemsofforeignstudents.KarenMcCarthy-WOCR-FritzMesserewillworkthissummertohelpkeeptheradiostationonline.Moneyintheirbudgetnowwillbeusedtobuyassets.-Clambake-Thursday,May17froml-7pmatRegans.Therewillbeentertainmentandticketsare$9forseniors,$13forunderclasspeople,and$15forNSA.Busesarenotmandatorybuttheyareencourages.Onlypeople19andover.Buseswillrunfrom12:30-8:00.-DirtDaywillbeSunday,May20atRegans.Costofticketswillbe$6SAand$7NSA. COMMITTEEREPORTSRulesNoformalreport.Meetingsare6:00Mondaysinroom217.Finance-Noformalreport.MeetingsareTuesdaysat5:00intheunion.StudentServices-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.Presentlyworkingonthecalendar.Elections-Encouragealltojoin.SUNYAffairsNoformalreport.Willbeworkingonthe21yearolddrinkingage.MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30intheunion.CommunityRelations-MeetingsareMondaysat4:00.-WillbeworkingcloselywithGSA,OCCandexecutivebranch.-Wouldliketohavestudentsatlarge.-WanttoworkcloselywithCityHall.OCT-DanClarksaidthattherehavebeenmanyapplicantstoworkforOCT.Becarefulofhowyousentthingshome.-OCThasgottenmorecharterrights.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126P''ale)24'Ocol

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3 May9,1984PPB -ThursdaywasHighHeeledWomenat8:15intheballroom.-May4wastheBigChillat8:00and10:00.-MayDaywasMay 5from12-2-SaturdaywasPaperMooninthetavernat3:00and9:00.Surplus-MeetingsareWednesdaysat4:30intheunion.SASU-WorkingonWomen'sSafetyTaskForce.Lookingforpeopletoworkonit.-TherewillbeanopenhearingontheathleticfeeTuesdayinAlbany.OLD BUSINESS Bill2-KarenMcCarthyexplainedthattheloanfundisanextensionofservicesalreadymadeavailabletostudents.Loansareoffsetagainstfinancialaidandguaranteedstudentloans.BernieHendersonoftheBursar'sofficesaidthatnotacentinthefundcamefromthestate.Moneywasgivenbyfreindsorpreviousstudents.$20,000isusedforloanstostudents.LindaHooaskedwhatwouldhappenifwewanteditback.Woulditcreateaproblem.Berniesaidthatitwould.Thisisanadmirablethingtodohere.Thefundbecomesdepletedabouttwotimesa semester. Hethenrandownthequestionsthatthesenatorswrotedownatthelastmeeting.Cannotgraduate,receivegrades,orgetguaranteedloan checkbefore theypaybacktheloan.MiguelMontesaskedhowmanyloansaremadeayear.Berniesaidabout450.AndyCsontaskedwhatpercentageofstudentscomebackforaloanmorethanonce.Berniesaidabout10%useitmorethanonceasemester.LouTaravellasaidthatitwillhelptobenefitstudentsratherthanearninterest.DeanWassenaarsaidthatnontraditionalstudentsarethemostneedyofthis.Thereisanincreasingnumberofthem.Urgedthepassageofthebill.MikeJonesspokestronglyinfavorofthebill . BillQuirkcalledthequestionandthebillpassedbyavote of 26y,In,2a.Resolution2-JimDingleysaidthatheisworkingwithRSVPandst.Paul'stosetupa$5,000grantdevelopedbytheUnitedWay.StudentswillearncreditsandRSVPwillbeaidingasvolunteers.Itwillhavenospecifibase-studentswilltutoroncampusandRSVPintown.Themoneywillbeusedforsupplies(books,transportation,etc.)WorkingwithCareerBasedEducationtogetstudentstoreceivecredits(threehours).JayButtonaskedhowextensivethetrainingwas.JimDingleysaidthatthereisoneweekendoftrainging.Mustputinabouttwohoursperweektoreceivethecredits . PhillipWhiteaskedifitwasthesamestudentwiththesamepersonallof..Room205HewittUnionP'Oswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4 May9,1984time.JimDingleysaidthatitisflexible.SandraShepparedaskedwhattherationbetweenstudentsandpersonwillbe.JimDingleysaidonetoone.LynnChadwickaskedhowmanypeoplewilltakeadvantageofthis.JimDingleysaidthattherewasalistofover400people.EricHoeglersaidthatitwasagoodwaytohelppeoplewhoarenotasfortunateasusandtobetterourcommunityrelations.MichaelPoolespokefavorablytotheresolution.Showcommunitythatweareinterestedintheirwellbeing.BobGhosiocalledthequestionandtheresolutionpassedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution5-MiguelMontessaidthattherehavebeenthreeorfourpublicizedrapesoncampus.Lastsemestertherewasoneinadorm.Wefeelforthevictimsbutwemusttakeactionandfight.Bytakingastandwecanenlightenmorepeople.JohnSloansaidthatthemarchwillheightenawareness.MikeJonessaidthattherehasbeenaseriesofTakeBacktheNightmarchesacrossthecountry.Meansreturnthenightasasafetimeforwomentowalkin.Janinehopedthatallcametomarch.JohnNemecekcalledthequestionandtheresolutionpassedbyavoteofacclamation.Bill11-JohnSullivan,PresidentofGSAsaidthathewenttothedormcouncilsofHart,Seneca,Funnelle,Onondaga,ScalesandRiggsandtheyallvotedinfavorofthebill.Thereisaquestionofdoublerepresentation.Wearenotaskingforavotingseat.TheSenatefeelsthatweareaskingtoomuch.Thisisnottrue.Asenatorshouldvotethewayhisorherconstituentswantthemtovote.Bygivingusaspeakingseat,thiswillnotchangeyourvotingpower.E.J.Cuneosaidthatyoushouldvotethewayyourconstituentswantyoutovoteandshouldleavebiasesatyourdorm.PeteDevinesaidthatGreeksarelookingforavoicetoexpresstheirviewsandforthesenatorstovoicetheirviewstotheGreeks.GreeksenatorsrepresenttheirconstituentsandnotGreeks.Voteonthemeritsofthebill.Bill saidthatyoushouldputpersonalprejudicesaside.GSArepresents600peopleor10%ofstudents.Alltheywantisaspeakingseat.JoeDukesaidthattheGreekswouldliketohelpSAandkeepcommunicationlinesopen.Thisisasteptobridgeustogether.M.J.Richthankedthesenateforacceptingthebillonspecialorders.GSAhasneverappliedforfundingfromSA.Themembershipisrestrictive.Ifnotrecognizedbythecollegecouldnotadvertisingoncampus.AccordingtheOswego'szoninglaws,wearetermeddormitories.Aspeakingseatisastepintherightdirection.JulieSchwartzsaidthatdoublerepresentationisnottrue.Weareaspecialinterestgroup-600peoplewhocanworkwithSAandviseversa.Oneofourprioritiesisworkingwiththecommunity.WedoRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'a'E)29'nCO?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage5 May9,1984serviceprojects.TheDanceMarathonwasjustaboutrunbyGreeks.DonotrepresentsororityorGSAbutcangiveinsight.SherepresentsSenecaHall.Maybe75peopleinthedormareGreeks.Cannotspeakoutiftheother525donothavesameviews.BobZieglersaidthatmostnewsaboutGr.eeksisbadnews.Don'thearaboutthegoodthings.Canvoteonapersonal.view.Allconstituentsdonotknowwhatisgoingon.GiveGreeksabadreputationthenyoual.sogiveSAabadreputation.WearestudentsfirstandthenGreeks.Itisauniqueissue.AllisonZanesaidthatthiswil.lbringabetterimagetothetown.Wecanoffersuggestions.BarbaraHorrigansaidthatacommitteereportwouldnotgiveinsighttoGreeks.ThereisignoranceaboutwhatGreekshavegonethrough.Recognitionagreementbeingsignedunvoluntarily.MostGreekshavetoabidebysomesortof"dorm"policy.Weshouldberewardedachancetotellofthingsgoingon.Someindependentslivein Greek housesandhousescanbeclosedatanytime.Weareforcedtofollowruleswehavenosayin.Weareaspecialinterestgroupwhichstandstolosealotwithoutyourhelp.MichaelPool.esaidthatweallhaveanimageofwhatGreeksareabout.Aspeakingseatwillhelpallstudentsoncampus.Wecangetthingsdone.NeedGSA'smanpower.AndyCsontsaidthatthesenaterepresentsallpeople'sopinions.Wanttospeakonanissue,haveasenatoryieldtoyou.Ifabillpasses,otherswillwantaspeakingseat.Senatorselectedbyyouandwedothebestjobtorepresentyou.Workthroughsenators.Whycan'tspeakingpowercomethroughsenators?OtherorganizationsstillhelpoutSAandtheydon'thaveaspeakingseat.Hopethebillfails.WalterBowlersaidthatthereisaproblem.Wehavetoadmitthatitisthere.Thisisasteptohealingthewound.Thisorganizationisunique.Thisisourchancetoshowunity.Thisisachangeforaccessability.Thesestudentsneedhelp.Showsomethingtangible.Speakingseatwillbebeneficialtoallofus.LouTaravellasaidthatthisisauniquesituation.Theorganizationhasgrown.Thereissuchoppositiontoprogress.Thisisachance.Let'smakeithappen.JanineFrainieraskedthesenatorshowtheycanrepresentGreeksifthemajorityofstudentsareindependents.Don'talleviatethemfromus.WewanttoworkwithGSA.ScottPosnersaidthatwewanttoworktogether.Therecanbe a positiverelationship.Iftheygetaspeakingseat,theywillbegettingsomethingtheyalreadyhad.Buttheycandecideifaspeakingseatisbetterforthem.Weallwanttoworktogether.Beingyieldedtoisnotgoodenoughforanimportantgroup.JohnNemeceksaidthatacommitteereportwillbewhatyoumakeit.Figuresofdormcouncilswereclose.Thisisatouchyissue.Willvoteforthebillbecausehisconstituentswanthimto.BobGhosiosaidthatGSAis600peoplewithaspecialbondandunity.AstrongunityandbondingwiththingsiswhatSAwantstoaccomplish.Wewillgetthingsdone.EricHoeglersaidthatwehavenotwalkedRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI,oaG)??1oco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage6 May9,1984inwithprejudices.Goingbywhatwehaveheard.Communicationcanbedonethroughacommitteereport.GSAaskedforalawyer.Welistenedandmadeadecision.Ifdon'twantacommitteereport,thenGSAisbeingaspoiledbrat.Wecanstillcommunicate.Theonlydifferencebetweenaspeakingseatandbeingyieldedtoisatapon the shouldertoasenator.JayButtonsaidthatthisissueisdifficult.Wecomeinwithfeelingsbasedonexperiences.Whateffectwouldpassage of thebillhaveontheSenate?Ifnothinginconstitutionsayswecannotofferaspeakingseat,whynotgiveittothem.Maybeitcanhelpus.Insupportofthebill.BarryGreenbergsaidthatGSAcannotberecognizedbySAbecausetheyareIndiv.org.notopentoallstudents.TammyWalkersaidthattheycanonlybeyieldedtowhenthereisabillorresolutiononthefloor.Weneedavoiceallthetime.Committeereportisnotenough.600viewsmustbeexpressed.Weshouldallworktogetherandshouldstartbypassingthisbill.LindaHoocommendedGSAonlobbyingefforts.Itisimportantthatifthebilldoesnotpass,thatotherwaysofopeningcommunicationlinesbedeveloped.JimWassenaarwasnotsurewhattherealmotivationwasforGSAcomingtothesenateforaspeakingseat.IsisbecauseofwhatOswegois all about.Supportthemoveiftheysupportthisbody.Hopethatinspeaking,theylisten.Musthavetwowaycommunication.Thereisanopportunityforbettercommunication.Urged the senatetopassthebill.MarkTaylersaidthatisaseatisgranted,maybewecanexpressourangerothappinesstowhatGreeks do. SueMuarsaidthatwehavelistenedtoalotofpeople.Thereisalotofenthusiasn.Greekscontributeagreatamountofenergy.Wedowanttoopencommunicationlines.Haveaspecialinterest.Organizationscanaskusforaseat. -Before long,manyspecialinterestgroupswillhavespeakingseats.When agroupsaystheyhavesomethingtosay,welet them speak.Youdohaveaccesstocomeandspeaktous.GSAdoesnotwantavotingseat.Beingabletospeakispowerfulandshouldbehighlyvalued.Muchcontrolinhowpeoplevote.CannotunderstandwhyGSAwouldwanttohelpusallocatemoney.Weareallworkingfora commoncause-studentcause.CanapproachyoursenatorifyouareaGreek.Suewasveryconfusedabouttheissue.KarenMcCarthysaidthatsomestudentsfeelthesenateandSAisanelitistgroup.GSAisnotrecognized.Wanttoopencommunicationandwecandemonstrateitandgivethemaspeakingseat.Workingwithagroupismoreeffectivethanworkingthroughagroup.Wearenotanelitistgroup.Weshouldhaveanopenmindonthisissue.JimDingleysaidthatGSAhasaspecialinterestwhichisourspecialinterest.ExecutivebranchfullysupportsGSAandhopethatthebillpasses.LynnChadwicksaidthatatherdormcounciltherewere12infavorofthebill.Everystudenthasavoiceinherdorm.Theywerenotamajority.HaseverybodyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage7 May9,1984knockedondoors.Threeweeksagoherdormcounciltoldhertovoteinherownjudgment.Peopleatdormcouncilwereafewof450wholiveinthedorm.Ifvoteno,wantalltothinkifshewasnotrepresentingherconstituentsorbeingprejudice.Ifnotrepresentingconstituents,wanttobeoutofoffice.Wearenotaprejudicebody.Ifyouthinkthat,youaresadlymistaken.Bill11passedbyavoteof21y,4n,laoScottPosnersaidthatnowitisuptoGSA.Thereisalotofpotential.Resolution7-LynnChadwicksaidthatinthebudgeteveryyear,25%isallocatedtosports.WanttotakemoneyfromSAandmakemostsportsDivisionIandII.Givemoneytoadministrationandwewillhavenocontrol.Whatnext?DavidRothsteinsaidthattheymightgivefinancialaidonthebasisofability.LynnChadwicksaidthat21.9%wouldgobacktothereviewboard.TakescontroloutofSA'Shands.Youpayit,keepcontroloverit.BobGhosiasaidthatitisnotrighttoimposesuchamandatoryfee.Mayneglectwomen'ssports.JimWassenaarfeltthattheresolutionshouldnotcomeupthisweek.Prematuretomoveonthistonight.E.J.CuneosaidthatgoingDivisionIneedsrevenue.SUNYBoardofTrusteescansacrificestudentcontrolofmoneyforbigbucks.Shouldpassbyavoteofacclamation.JimDingleysaidthat.hewasagainstwhatthecommitteerecommendedtotheBoardofTrustees.BobZieglersaidthatenrollmentisgongdown.Sportsmakesalotofmoney. This isadirectionthatSUNYistakingtoincreaseenrollment.JimWassenaarsaidthatthereisnointerestinmostofSUNYschoolstogotoDivisionI.Deservesacarefullook.DavidMcNallymotionedtotabletheresolutionanditpassed.JohnSloancommendedalloftheGreekswhostayedfortherestofthemeeting.OneidaHallraisedthemostmoneyfortheDanceMarathon.Themeetingwasadjournedat10:11.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSOkO{Ski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126D ''2'G)21'OGO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMay9,1984On May9,1984,therewasamotionbyMarkTaylertograntPathfinderaspeakingseat.Themotionpassedbyavoteof8y,6n,6atogivePathfinderaspeakingseatinthe20thLegislativeSession.ThepersonwhousestheseatmustbearesidentofPathfinder.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Pbang '215\21121

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember12,1984atOswegoMinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.RollcallwastakenandJenniferCarey,BillQuirk,JohnBeerse,KymGero,BobGhosio,ScottPosner,MikeRegan,MarkHoogersandPeteHorni-kwereabsent.JimTaravellaandCharlesZlotkuswere 'absentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill10tabled,KathyParkerpickedupsponsorshipofBill10,Bill15and16onspecialorders,Bill14withdrawn,andResolutions8,9,and10onspecialorders.TheminuteswereapprovedwithunderBill11,"BarryGreenbergsaidthatGSAcannotberecognizedbySAbecausetheyarenotopentoallstudents,11waschangedto"BarryGreenbergsaidthatGSAcannotberecognizedbySAbecausetheyareindividualorganizationsnotopentoallstudents.11EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-ChiefJusticeJohnEllemanresigned.-ChiefJusticepositionisnowvacantandistobeappointedthisfall.-StudentConductCommittee-needonealternate-SAVAC -SteveAndersonistheChairpersonoftheBaord.SAVACwillnowbelocatedbeneathTylerHall.-JudicialAdvisoryPanel-MikeBrooksappointed.-OCADirector-BruceButlerappointed.-DirectorofFinance-PeterDevineappointed.-USDepartmentofEducationislookingforstudentinternsforthefall.-SummerhourswillbeM-TH, 9am -3pm.-Thankstoallwhohelpedoutandisgraduating.WalterBowler-ChrisMensahspokeabouttheproblemswhichforeignstudentsfacesuchastuition,etc.Wheredotheygowhenthereisabreakforafewdays?Donotqualifyforworkstudy.Outofstatetuitionhasincreasedby$500.Disillusionedbythesystem.Wouldliketoseeachangetoinvestigatemulticulturaleducation. Foreign Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126at'915'gel qCQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSeptember12,1984Page2studentscannotcompetewithAmericansinthejobmarket.Thereisaneedforinterculturaleducation.Havesmalldormitoryopenduringshortbreaks.Thesethingsshouldbethoughtabout.Foreignstudentsarediminishingonthiscampus.-Waltersaidthathewouldliketodeviseanetworkbetweenforeignstudentsandsenators.-JulieSchwartzappointedChairpersonforSurplusCommittee-DeniseBierman-AppointedchairpersonofOffCampusCommittee.-FacultyAssemblypassedaresolutionforestablishingataskforce against violenceagainstwomen.-SandraSheppardappointedchairpersonforWomen'sTaskForce.-EnvironmentalPreservationandStructuresCommittee-DaveMcNallyappointedchairperson.-JohnSloanappointedtoRulesCommittee-CommendedtheSenateonperformanceatScalesHall.-GoodlucktoallCOMMITTEEREPORTSRules-MeetingsareMondaysat6:00inroom217HU.-RulesCommitteefeltthatthePathfinderseatshouldnotbeusedatthistimeforitwasnotgrantedoneinthe20thLegislativeSession.LouTaravella,whowasusingthePathfinderseat,saidthatPathfinderwasawarethathewasusingtheseateventhoughhelivesinSeneca.Pathfinderhasnodormcouncil.-RulesrecommendedthataspeakingseatbegrantedandthatthepersonliveinPathfinderwhousestheseat.MarkTaylermotionedtogivePathfinderaspeakingseatwithnostipulationastowherethepersonlives(SenecaorPathfinder).MichaelPoolesaidthatPathfinderhasneglectedtheirspeakingseatinthepast.Thereshouldbeastipulation.JulioGraciasaidthataschairpersonofRulesCommittee,hewillameksuresomebodycomesandifnot,willgetridoftheseat.AndyCsontsaidthatifSenecaandPathfinderarecomvinedasalivingcenteraccordingtoStudentAssociation,thentheyalreadyhavethreeseatswithsenators.DaveMcNallysaidthataspeakingseatforPathfindershouldbeusedbyaresidentofPathfinder.Theseatisbecauseofthelivingconditionstheyareunder.If they haveaseat,itshouldnotbejUdgediftheycomeornot.Shouldbeusedtorepresentlivingenvironment.LindaHoospokeagainstthemotion.ShefeltthattheRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''0'5'OS!9GOl

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSeptember12,1984Page3seatshouldbeusedbysomebodylivinginPathfinder.RalphApreamadeafriendlyamendmenttogivePathfinderaspeakingseatwithnostipulationofwheretheylive.ApersonfromSenecamayrepresentPathfinderifapprovedbyPathfinderDormCouncilorresidents.MarkTayleracceptedthefriendlyamendment.LynnChadwicksaidthatPathfinderwasadamentaboutgettingaspeakingseat.Theyhavenotusedit.Whereistheirenthusiasm.MikeMazzellasaidthathecouldnotseehowsomeboydwhodoesnotliveinPathfinderwouldwanttorepresentthem.E.J.Cuneoobjectedtothemotionasitstood.SueMuarsaidthatPathfinderissectionedofffromSeneca.Wearejustgivingthemaseat.Aretheyheretoaskforone?LouTaravellafeltthatifitwasnothimwhousedtheseat,thisissuewouldhavenevercomeup.JohnNemecekmadeaformalamendmenttochangethemotionto,givePathfinderaspeakingseat,andthepersonwhousestheseatmustbefromPathfinder.Theformalamendmentpassedbyavoteofl5y,5n,2a.Themotionpassedbyavoteof8y,6n,6atogivePathfinderaspeakingseatinthe20thLegislativeSession.FinanceNoformalreport.-MeetingsareTuesdaysat5:00intheUnion.StudentServices-BilliscomingupfortheSAcalendar.Elections-WorkingonanalyzingBill3.SUNYAffairsNoformalreport.-Willkeepworkingonthe21yearolddrinking age overthesummer.Needpeopleforcommittee.CommunityRelations-WorkingcloselywithGSA.-Wanttogetarecruitmenttogether.PPB -Noformalreport.-DirtDaywasMay20thatRegans.Therewerenobusesandticketswere$6SAand$7NSA.FacultyAssemblyNoformalreport.SurplusCommittee-Noformalreport.SASUDelegate-TheBoardofTrusteeshavespokenagainsttheathleticfeebutwewillworktopasstheresolution.-TheSenatecommitteemetandthedrinkingageproposaldidnotgetoutofcommittee.-FreedomSummer-registerpeopletovotefor4-5hoursaweek. -----------------Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126no'racspoor

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSeptember12,1984Page4OCT-Thankedeverybodyfortheirhelpthisyear.Fullstaff,office,etc.fornextyear.Hopesamesupportiskept.Willbeopenforthesummer.OLDBUSINESSBill10-tabled.Bill12-JulioGraciaexplainedthatRulesCommitteewantedtolookfurtherintothismatter.Theywouldliketoproposeanotherbillbeforethisislookedat.Thebillwaswithdrawn.Bill13-RulesCommitteerecommendedthefundingthevoterregistration.MaybeSASUcanpickupsomeofthefunding.FinanceCommitteefeltthatthefundingwasnecessary.JimDingleysaidthatthet-shirtswillbeusedsothatpeopleareeasilyrecognized.LynnChadwicksaidthatallofthesuppliesareneededforasuccessfuldrive.T-shirtsgivevisibility.JulioGraciasaidthatvoterregistrationisveryimportant.MichaelPoolesaidthatthemoneyisforagoodcause.JimDingleysaidthatSASUwillbeheretohelpusfullforce.PeteDevinesaidthatthereshouldbeordersothatthingsarekepttouseeveryyear.Thebillpassedbyavoteof20y,On,Oa.Bill14-withdrawnBill15-PassedthroughRulesCommitteeasawhole.PassedthroughFinanceCommitteeasawhole.FeltthatthemoneyshouldbegiventotheDanceMarathontocovertheirdebts.JohnNemecekaskedwhowouldbeliabletopaythedebtsifSAdidnot.TheDanceMarathonCommitteesaidthattheydidnotknow.DonHarrisonexplainedthatthiswasthe9thDanceMarathon.WedecidedtosolicitorganizationsinOswegoCounty.Thisisthefirstyearwehaveeveryhadadeficit.Feelfactorswereweather,nameofbands,$3forticketsbothnights,muchprogrammingthatweekend,factthatDeltaKappaKappawasoneofthebeneficiaries,nomajorrecepient,neededmorepublicity.MichaelPoolesaidthatifwedon'tpay,itmaypresentlegalproblems.MayneverhaveanotherDanceMarathonagain.Hopeispassed.E.J.Cuneosaidthattheyexpectedmorepeoplethoshowup.Urgedthepassage.JulieSchwartzsaidthatstudentsputinputintoit.Wearealsohelpingstudents,sincetheymadeitwork.JimDingleysaidthatRosemaryandMikedidanexcellentjob.Putinawholesemestersworthofwork.Hurtifnextyeartherewasnomarathon.Rosemarysaidthatnextyeartheywanttopromoteitas"DanceMarathonWeekend".Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSeptember12,1984Page5SueMuaraskedifthereusuallyisalargeparticipationfromthecommunityandthecommitteesaidthatitisthelargestattendedcampusactivity.DaveMcNallyspokeinfavorofthebill.Hefeltthatitwassadthatorganizersweredoingtheirbesttokeepmoraleup.Toobadthatorganizationsandclubsthathadeventsthatweekenddidnottakealittletimetothinkthingsout.Successcannotbemeasuredeconomically.JayButtonaskedifotherplaceshavebeenapproached.Thecommitteefeltthattheyshouldapproachthestudentsfirst.KarenMcCarthysaidthatifSApicksupthebill,itimpliesthatwehaveconfidencethatthiswillnothappenagain.Weshouldworksoitdoesnothappenagain.DanceMarathonisunique.Onlytimeithaseverfaceddeficit.DoesAuxiliaryServicesalsohaveasocialresponsibilityhere.ShouldbringDanceMarathonclosertoSA. billpassedbyavoteofl7y,On,3a.Bill16-EricHoeglersaidthatallofthelayoutfortheSACalendarwillbedoneattheOswegonianandprintingcostswillbepickedupbyMiller.JayButtonsaidthat7000calendarsfor$253.45,goforit.Thebillpassedbyavoteofl7y,In,Oa.Resolution6-SueMuarsaidthattheresolutionwasself-explanatory.JohnNemeceksaidthatthereisaproblemwithasmoke-filledroom.LynnChadwicksaidthatitiseverybody'srightotbreathe,justasitiseverybody'srighttosmoke.TheResolutionpassedbyavoteofl5y,On,4a.Resolution7-DaveRothsteinsaidthatthetaskforceconsistsof5studentsoutof28people.Theathleticfeecannotbetakenoutoffinancialaidortap.Takecontrolawayfromstudentssayingweareirresponsible.UrgedtheSenatetopasstheresolution.LynnChadwicksaidthatwewilllose22%ofourmoniesifthisgoesthrough.BoardofTrusteeswantsDivision1and2sports.Thisgeneratesrevenues.Musttakeastandonthistonight.Gobyvoteofacclamation.MikePooleaskedifitwaspossiblethatwewouldnotgoDivision1or2ifpassed.JimDingleysaidthatitwas.Mikethensaidthatbypassingthisitwouldtakecontroloutofourhands.Thisisgoingawayfromqualityofstudentlife.Weareheretogetaneducation.Shouldpassbyavoteofacclamation.JulieSchwartzsaidthatifwehaveanathleticfeeitwillimprovethequalityofstudentlife,enrollmentwillincrease,goodsportsteamsbringsprestigetocollege,anditwilltremendouslyhelpuniversitycenters.Arewereadytomakeadecision?Isthereenoughinformation?TerryKenealyaskedifweweregivingthetaskforceachange.WemustlookatwhatisinthisforOswego.EricHoeglersaidthatthemoneyandcontrolisnotthepointofthis.Bigschoolsarepressurizedandinterfereswithacademics.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSeptember12,1984Page6Don'tturnschoolintoasportsarena.Wehavetobetterwhatwehavefirst.JayButtonaskedifwecoulddoabetterjobofbudgetingthemoneyifthereisanathleticfeeandsettingasidecontrol.AndyCsontsaidthatwewillattractmorequalityathletes.Can'tseehowwecouldgetonthecompetitivescale.Stateuniversitiesarehereforacademicsandgetagood,qualityeducation.Supporttheresolution.MikeMazzellasaidthathedidnotthinkDivision1or2sportshurtacademics.Women'ssportscouldgoDivision1or2.Thereisalottobelookedat.DeanWassenaarwasnotsureiftheresolutionreflectedthetruth.PermitsindividualunitsofstateuniversitiestogoDivision1.Thismoneywillnotgotograntsandaids,itisonlyforfundingtheathletics.NCAA-manyrulestoassureequity.Issueiswhowillcontroldispursementoffunds.UrgedtheSenatetopasstheresolution.SueWraysaidthatthefeecouldbedetrimental.Ifmajorityofboardaremen,whatwillhappentowomen'ssports.Thisresolutionsayswearesatisfiedwiththewaywearenow.IfsomeschoolswanttogoDivision1,letthemsetuptheirownfund.Shouldgivegrantsandaidsforacademicandnotathleticability.Theresolutionpassedbyavoteof12y,On,4a,lp.Resolution8-JanineFrainiersaidthatKarenhasworkedvery hard., Thanksforallshehasdone.JohnNemeceksaidthathehaslearnedalotfromKaren.JimDingleysaidthattheDirectorofFinancehasathanklessjob.Shehasbeenaninspiration.SueWraysaidthatKarenhasbeenthemostopenmindedDirectorofFinancethattheSenatehaseverhad.HasdiversifiedSA.PeteDevinesaidthatKarenismotivatedanddedicated.She is aprofessional.Theresolutionpassedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution9-AndyCsontsaidthatJohnEllemanisagreatguy.ServedSAwellinthelastfouryears.Hedoesnotgetpaidandworkshard.DaveMcNallysaidthathefirstmetJohnatseveralelectionhearings.Heisanincrediblehumanbeing.FilledPeteTassini'sshoesincredibly.Hardacttofollowanditwasdoneamazinglywell.Resolution9passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution10-Thisonewasforme,Jocelyn.Iwanttothankeverybodyforallthatwassaid.ThisjobhashelpedmeinsomanywaysandI'llreallymissit.Goodlucktoyouall!Themeetingwasadjournedat10:45.Respectivelysubmitted,Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone'2'5\21 ] '1601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember12,1984 Offi"e of till''1/i"e-prudent atOswegoNotesFollowingthecompletionandreleaseof the?PhaseI Report,SUNYCentralstaffproducedPositionpapersI & II.Sincethattime,thefocushasmovedfromtheinitialtaskforcerecommendationtotheStaffPositionPaperII.Thepaperoutlinesfouroptions:1.StatusQuo:Studentswillcontinuetoadministeranddisbursestudentfees,followingthereviewofathleticdepartment-submittedbudgets.2.TuitionIncrease:Anincreaseintuitionwhichwouldincorporateanathleticfeetobeadministeredbyathleticdepartments.AthleticFee:Thiswouldestablishafeewhichwoldbedisburseddierectlytoathleticdepartments.TheBoardofTrusteeshasthepowertoimplementanyoneoftheseoptions.Itappears,however,theywilldecideon#2and/or#4.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhORa'2'5 \20J26P1

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember19,1984MINUTESThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:04.RollcallwastakenandBillQuirk,MikeReganandPeteHornickwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBills20and22onspecialordersandResolutions12,13and14onspecialorders,andBill10withdrawn.TheminuteswereapprovedwithunderBill17:"BeitfurtherenactedthattheStudentAssociation....September19"waschangedto"BeitfurtherenactedthattheStudentAssociation....September21"and"BeitfurtherthattheelectionbeheldonOctober1...CooperDiningHall..HewittUnion"waschangedto"Beitfurtherthattheelection...atthefollowinglocations:HeartHallandFunnelleHall,Seneca,Cayuga,LakesideDiningHall,HewittUnionandMackin".UnderBill18,theCentroBusServiceAccount#assignedwas#745.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-ReneeVallesresignedasSenateClerk.Thepositionisnowvacant.ApplicationsareavailableintheS.A.office,2ndfloorHewittUnion.Voter'sRegistration.1600studentsarealreadyregisteredtovote.JamesDingleywouldliketoseethenumberincreasetoabout4,000.IfthisnumberisnotreachedbytheendofSetember,polingareassuchasthedormitoriesandthedininghallswillbedesignatedwherebystudentswillbeencouragedtovote.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phQ'2'5\2412GOl

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember19'1984 Office of tI.e1/;ce-pres;Jent at 6'swego Page2JimDingleydidnotendorsetheAlcoholExecutiveReportsTherearevacanciesintheSupremeCourtforJusticeandChiefJustice.ApplicationswillbeavailableintheStudentAssociationofficeonFriday,September14followedbyanextensiveinterviewprocess.-TheAdd-Droppolicy-JimDingleyandWalterBowlerannouncedthatinordertoaddordropacourse,studentswillbeallowed10daysinsteadofthecurrentnumberof8days. Students hadrequestedthattheybeallowed6weeksfortheadd-dropdeadline,butthefacultyfoundtherequestunreasonable.AlcoholPolicyPolicy.Also,thereare2seatsopenedontheAlsoholPolicycommittee.-DormCouncil-Literacyvolunteersareneeded.Theyarehopingtobecomeapartofcommunityservices.Ifanyoneisinterested,pleasecontactPatCornish.DEPARTMENTOFFINANCE -DebbieGreenewasappointedasassistant.-JeffreyJoneswasalsoappointedasassistant.-Budgetapplicaitonsaredueonthe18thofSeptemberby4:30p.m.-BudgethearingswillbeheldonSeptember22andSeptember23at11:00a.m.until.ItisMANDATORYthatallsenatorsattendthesemeetings.Alsoappointed,wasSuzanneKwasniewskiasAssistanttothePresident.Peter Devin:e -showedgreatconcernovertheStudentAssociationnothavinganylongtermgoalsorplans.HewouldliketoseeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dba'216\24'aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember19,1984 Offic" of tI."'Vic,,-pruiJ"nf atOswegoPage3 alotofeffortsmadethroughthevoteofregistration.Healsoaskedofthesenatorstothinkabouttheeffects(thelong-termeffects)thatbillswillhavelateronovertheStudentAssociationandeveryoneinvolvedatSUNYOswego.-S.A.RefrigerationService-LastyeartheStudentAssociation wasfacedwithoutsidecompetion.ManyfoundthequalityofservicetheyreceivedfromourcompetitorswasnotasgreatastheserviceofferedbytheStudentAssociation.Suggestionsweremade,butlegally,theStudentAssociationcannotrefrainourcompetitorsfromleasingtheirpropertytoSUNYOswegostudents.-TheStudentAssociationishopingtoacquireaComputerSystem.Nofinaldecisionwasmade.-RenovationofSheldonHall.WhatarethebenefitsofrestoringSheldonHallintoaconventioncenterforparentsandstudents.StatefundingwasunsuccessfulfortherestorationofSheldonHall.TheStudentAssociationfeltthatSUNYOswegostudentswerenotinformedastotheplansforrebuildingSheldonHall.OncemoretheStudentAssociationwasoverlookedandmanyfeltleftout.Proposalsastohowstudentscanbenefitfromthisweremadeandsomeofthemincludedsuchasinternshipsthroughthecenter,jobopeningstoSUNYOswegostudentsandalearningexperience. JimDingley,PresidentofStudentAssociationcalledit"Anadministrationvandalism".AnotherproblemwasarousedconcerningtheparkingspacealigningSheldonHall.Partofthatparkingspacemightbereducedinthelongrun.JamesWassenaar,DeanofStudents,alsoattendedthemeetingandansweredquestionsfromtheSenate.Hefeltthatstudentswillbenefitfromtheprojectandthatwewereinformedwellenoughoftheplanstorebuildthebuilding.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativesession8thMeetingSeptember19,1984COMMITTEEREPORTS of ..tatOswegoPage4OCT-DanClark-DuringtheJewishholidays,OCTwillprovidebusesfromOswegotoLongIsland.-Also,.therewillbeSyracuserunsonthe19thandthe20thonly.-Studentsmustinformtheirinstructorsinadvancethattheywillbeoutofschoolandwillbeheldresponsibleforanymissingschoolwork.-TherewillalsobefreePubrunsonSaturdayandFridaynights.PPB NewProgrammingAhead.FallSelectionapplicationsarenowavailableintheStudentAssociationofficeandaredueonOctober31st.ThefirstPPBconcertisscheduledforOctober14th.Ticketswillbeonsalenextweek.SASUDelegate-SusanRaywaselectedasPresidentinJune.SUNYAffairsFinance-SUNYAffairCommitteeChairisnowvacant.Anyonethatwasappointedlastyearmustruninthisyear'selectionsforthedesiredposition.-DebbieGreene,JeffreyJonesandSuzanneKwasnickwskiwereappointedasAssistantstothePresident.AthleticFee-JamesDingleywasopposedtothefactthatstudentsmight have topayanathleticfeeinthefuture.Howmuchofthebudgetwouldthatfeetake?PeterDevineestimatedthefiguretobeabout25%.Elections-Electionstobeheldonoctober1,1984.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phapo'2'5\2412GO'

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUnviersityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember i9, 1984OLDBUSINESSBill10-Withdrawn 0[[;""o[tI."'Vi"e-P,,,siJ,,nt atOswegoPage5Bill17-Thebillwaspassedbyavoteof2ly,3n,Oa.Afterthoroughdiscussionastowheretheelectionsshouldtakeplace,thebillwasfinally passed. Thepolingareaswillbe:Heart,Funnelle,Onondaga,Seneca,Cayuga,LakesideDiningHall,HewittUnion,andMackin.-AllpetitionsmustbereceivedbytheStudentAssociationonFriday, September 21by3:00p.m.Bill18-Thebillwaspassedbyavoteof2ly,On,la.MichaelPoolepickedupsponsorshipofthebill.TheStudentAssociationfeltthatstudetnsshouldgetmoreinvolvedandinteractwiththeOswegocommunity.Itwouldbea"learningexperience".Bill 19 -Thebillwaspassedbyavoteof13y,2n,Ga.TheStudetnAssociationwillmakeanefforttogetthenumberof student votesupthisyear.JamesDingleypointedoutthatifstudetnsdidnotvote,howcanonedeterm1newhattheywant.Throughoutthediscussionofthebill,differenceofopinionswasarousedastothe SUNYOswegoshouldsendtoAlbany.TheStudentAssociationfeltthatthegreaterthe number ofrepresentatives,thebettertheresponsewewouldget.Atotalof$1,442.00fundedbytheStudentAssociation,willbeavailableforthetriptoAlbanytocovertheexpenses.Bill21-Thebillwaspassedbyavoteofl4y,On,4a.JamesDingleystatedthatthefactthe"BlackStudentUnionFamilywascutfromtheirbudgetisdetrimental. Out of7,000students2percentareminorities".MiguelMontesalsostatedthat"Notfundingthiseventwouldbeaninjustice"Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126ph,(2'5'21'?CO'

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of tte lIice-pmiJe.,t StateUniversityCollegeatoswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember19,1984Page6PresidentoftheSenateResolution12-Theresolutionwaspassedbyavoteofacclamation.DaveRothsteinandJohnSloanpickedupsponsorshipoftheresolution.JamesDingleyannouncedthatifthisresolutionwaspassed,hewouldliketoincludethecontentsinalettertotheBoardofTrusteesinAlbany.Resolution13-Theresolutionwaspassedbyavoteofl6y,On,3a.LinChadwickpickedupsponsorshipoftheresolution.JamesDingleysaidthathewouldliketoseestudentsspeakupandprovetotheAlcoholBeverageCommitteethattheycanchangethingsaround.ManyagreedthatSUNYOswegostudentsabusedtheirpastdrinkingprivileges.However,TammyWalkerstatedthat"Ifweshowthemthatwecanfollowrules,they'llgiveusanotherchance".AnyefforttoreversethenewalcoholpolicymustbeactivatedbeforetheOctoberDeadline.Thereisverylittletimelefttostartworkingonthis.Resolution15-Theresolutionwaspassedbyavoteofacclamation.Thiswasaresolutioninsupportofthefund-raisingoftheweightliftingteam.They'retryingtoraisemoneytohelpthefamilyofFrankScurrdywiththemedicalbillsandpersonalexpenses.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126phpa'2'5\21'2GO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984atOswegoMINUTESThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:02.RollcallwastakenandJohnBeerse, Kyrn Gero,JeffCraner,MaryFish,JohnSloan,RalphAprea,AndyCsont,EricHoegler,PeteHornick,MiguelMontes,andThomasNashwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithResolution14withdrawn,Bills24and25onspecialorderandresolution16onspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedwithbill20tabledandbill22waspassed.Severalchangesinresolution14weremadebutlaterwaswithdrawn.StudentAssociationPresident,JamesDingleydiscussedtherenovationofSheldonHallagainthisweek.SheldonHall,soontobeSheldonontatioHotelandConferenceCenter.JoeGrant,ChairmanoftheSheldonHallcommitteewaspresentandansweredquestionsconcerningtheproject.InMarch,facultymembersandthealumniworkedonproposalstorenovateSheldonHall.ThefinalconclusionwasthatBestWesternwouldhandletheproject.Finalcontractshavenotyetbeensigned.SheldonHallwillbereconstructedintoa130roomhotelandconferencecenterincludingacocktailloungeandrestaurant.Mr.GrantstatedthattheparkingspaceaccompanyingSheldonHallcanonlybeusedbythepatronsofthehotel.Violatorswillbeticketedifparkedinthehotel'sparkingspace.LindaHooquestionedMr.GrantastothereasonwhySheldonHallwasclosed.Herepliedthatwhenthestatevisitedthebuilding,theyfoundatleast57safetyviolationsrangingfromthatofheatingtoelectricalproblems.LinChadwickwasconcernedwiththevisualchangesoutsideofSheldonHall.AccordingtoMr.Grant,theartifactsinthebuildingbelongstothecollegeandanychangesmustbeapprovedbytheStateofNewYork.liThefacadewillremainunchangedandthestatuewillremaincollegeproperty"saidGrant.A60-yearleasewasRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131262'('01'9601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984 Office of tl.eCVice-prudent atoswegoPage2signedwithBestwestern.AccordingtodeveloperFrankConssentinotherenovationofthebuildingwillbringapproximatelyonehundredjobopportunities.Thesumpayedtorentthebuildingis$10,000.00peryear.Attheendofthe60yearperiod,SUNYOswegowillgetbacktherenovatedbuildingatnocost.Mr.GrantconfirmedthatSheldonHallisstillSUNYoswego'spropertyduetothefactthatthefinalcontractshavenotyetbeensigned.Healsostatedthat"thecollegewillnotbenefitfromthisproject;the$10,000.00willgototheStateofNewYork.Propertytaxwillgotothepoepleofthe Thehotelwillbeafirstratehotelatapproximately$45.00pernight.Astotheproblemofvandalism,thecitypolicewouldbenotifiedandwouldbetheirresponsibilitysincethehotelisnotunderthejurisdictionofthecollege.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJamesDingley-voter'sRegistration-JamesDingleywasdispleasedwiththeoutcomeofMondaynight.Noneofthesenatorsshoweduptohelpoutinregisteringstudentsfortheelections.DaveMcNallysuggestedthattheResidentAssistantstaffdistributevotingapplicationsforfloormembers.JanineFranieralsosuggestedthatfloorchartsbepostedtochecktheoneswho voted. Alcoholpolicy-Mondaynightat8:00therewillbeahearinginroom213HewittUnion.Aletter of invitationtoallresidentassitantsanddormdirectorswillbesentout.ThediscussionwillincludemainlythewaysinwhichtochangetheAlcoholpolicy.AbuseandAwareness,beingasourceofthealcoholproblemoncampus,canbeasuccessfultoolinmakingchangesintheAlcoholPolicy.Petitionsagainstthecurrentpolicywillbecirculatingthroughoutthedorms.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'C)211?C01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate Page3 Office of'1!ice-p,csiJent atOswegoStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984AthelticFee-TwentyfivepercentoftheStudentAssociationbudgetwillgototheadministrationiftheathleticfeeisapproved.OnTuesday,JamesDingleywillbegoingtoAlbanytomeetwiththeSUNYBoardofTrusteestodiscussthefee.Hewillbeneeding2Senatorstogowithhim.Ifanyoneisinterested,pleaseseeJames.DEPARTMENTOFFINANCEPeterDevine-BudgetHearingswillbeginonSaturday,September22,andSundaySeptember23at11:00a.m.ItisMANDATORYthatmembersoftheFinanceCommittee be presentatthebudgethearings.Tentatively,S.A.hasreservedspaceintheHewittUnionBallRoomforS.A.AwarenessDay.Surplus-LynnChadwickquestionedastowhatcanandwhatcannotbedonewiththeSurplusthattheStudentAssociationhasaccumulated?PeterDevine,DirectorofFinancerepliedthattheStudentAssociationshouldlookintolong-termprojectstobenefitallstudents."Manyyear'sactivitiesaccumulatedthesurplus'money"saidDevine.Hethenaddedthat"therearesomeexpandituresinthesurplusaccountwhichcancreatecertainproblems".COMMITTEEREPORTSFinanceCommittee-Chairperson,AllisonZane-MeetingsonWednesdaynightsat5:00p.m.startingnextweek.StudentServices-Chairpersonpositionisnowvacant.ElectionsCommittee-LindaHoo-PetitionsmustbeinbyFridaySeptember21by3:00p.m.Themorepeoplethatgetinvolvedinthisproject,thefasterthingswillbeaccomplished.SUNYAffairs-Chairpersonpositionisnowvacant.Off-CampusCommittee-MeetingswillbeheldonMondaynightsat6:00p.m.inroom221HewittUnion.FromOctober2, themeetingswillbeheldinroom223HewittUnion.CoffeeandteawillbeavailableforoffcampusstudentsstartingonMondaySeptember24.Pheg?'2'5'29'?COl..Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-prudent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984PresidentoftheSenatePage4CommunityRelations-MikePoolistheonlymemberasofnow.Senatorsareneededonthiscommittee.Ifanyoneisinterestedpleasesignupassoonaspossible.PPB -SelectionsapplicationsaredueonOctober1.FacultyAssembly-MeetingswillbeheldonMondaysat3:00inroom103Lanigan.SurplusCommittee-Needsnewideas.SASUDelegate-OCT-DanClark-NextWednesdaynight,September26,therewillbeaslidepresentationforOCAandOCTinthemainlounge.JewishHolidays-BusgoingtoNewYorkandLongIslandmusthaveatleast40peopleregisteredonitbyMondayat12:00.StudentsofJewishfaitharelegallyexcusedfromtheirclasses.Comingup-DianaRossConcertandGratefulDeadConcert-TherewillbeprivatecharteringbyOCTfortheseevents.ParentsWeekendCommittee-ParentsweekendwillbeonOctober12,13and14.Newideasareneeded.Ifanyoneisinterestedinhelpingout,pleaseseeDaveMcNally.OswegoCropWalk-Dr.JohnBrunsonoftheZoologyDepartmenthereatOswegospokeabouttheCropWalk,acommunityservicetoraisemoneyforthehungryandforeducationalpurposes.Lastyearfewstudentsparticipatedinthisevent.Thisyear,theeventwillbeonOctober7thstartingat1:00p.m.atEastPark.Itisa10milewalk.andwalkersmustobtainsponsorstoraisemoney.Itisaworthwhileeffortnotonlyforcharitybutalsotoimprovecapabilitiesandhelpincreasethelevelofproduction.10%ofthemoneyraisedwillbeinvolvedinadministration.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone'2'5\212'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativesession9thMeetingSeptember26'1984 Offi"" of tI .,'Vi".,-pr.,giJ.,nt atOswegoPage5Lastyear,thewalkbeganoncampus.Thiswaschangedthisyearbecausesomefeltthatthere might bemorepublicityifitbegandowntownandmaybesomepeoplewilljoininonthisevent.Nominimumnumberofsponsorsisrequired.Infact,onecanregisterthedayofthecropwalkoronecansponsorhimorherself.Ifyouwouldlikemoreinformationonthismatter,pleasecontactPatMenaat343-1093from9:00-11:00a.m.&StevieSieversat343-8490from7:00-10:00p.m.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984OLDBUSINESS -Page6Bill20-tabledJamesDingleyrequestedthatthebillbetabledbecausethepeopleworkingonthebillwerenotpresenttodiscussit.Bill22-Thebillwaspassedbyavoteof19y,On,3a.DaveRothsteinstatedthatanassistantwouldbeworkingfor40hoursaweek.Overthesummer,PresidentofStudentAssociation,JamesDingleyneededanassistantandhiredone.JamesstatedthatwhenhewasinAlbanyattendingmeetings,heneededanassistantmorethanever.SuchresponsibilitiesfortheassistantincludedresearchonpolingplacesandStudentAssociationcalendar.Anotherissuethatwasalsodiscussedwasthat"itshouldbemandatorythattheVice-Presidentremaininoswegoduringthesummermonths"statedJanineFranier.Resolution14-Withdrawn.JamesDingleycalled"aradicalresolution",withonly4studentsvoting seatss intheFacultyAssembly.HealsostatedthatAlbanyhad1/3studentrepresentationandrequested1/2studentrepresentationOnthiscampus.Atthemoment,studentshave4/66seatsrepresentationontheFacultyAssembly.JulieSchwartzstatedthatthetheoryof1/2representationisgreatbutnotrealisticandcancauseproblems.Dr.Buttonpointedoutthattheresolutionwasveryambiguousandneededalotofclarifications.Healsodidnotsupportthepassingoftheresolution,andagreedwithSchwartz'sstatementthatitisnotrealistic."Iwouldliketoseeanincreaseinstudentparticipation,butthisrequestfor1/2representationshouldbeconsideredverycarefully."saidButton.Deanofstudents,JamesWassenaaralsosupportedDr.Button'sstatementandsaid"ifthisistoextendstudentparticipation,I applause; howeverifthisistogainpower,Istronglyquestionthismatter".Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation of StateUniversityCollegeatOswego20thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober3,1984MINUTESThe10thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.PresidentoftheSenateRollwastakenandKymGero,JeffCraner,MaryFish,ThomasNashDaveMcNallyandEricHoeglerwereabsent.DeniseBuermannandCharlesZlotkuswereabsentwithproxy.Theagendawasapproved.Theminuteswereapprovedafterthefollowingchanges:Onpageonethe"e"removedfromHartHall,theofficerwhoofferedamiletoOffCampusSenators(fortheCropWalk)wasWalter.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-JimbroughtusbackthegoodnewsthattheAthleticFeewasdefeated.Theeffortsofthestudentlobbists,asorganizedbySASU,weresuccessfulindefeatingtheBoardofTrusteesproposal.-KarenStevensonwasappointedfortheStudentSeatfortheStudentServicesCommittee.-SupremeCourtapplicationsforJusticeandChiefJusticearedueintheSAofficeonFriday,October5that4p.m.-Regardingthealcoholpolicy.AnopenmeetingwillbeheldineachresidencehallwhereABCCommitteemembers,HallDirectorsandResidentAssistantswillbediscussingthealcoholmatteroncampus.-SASUBoardmeetingSat.Oct.27andSunOct.28thwillfocusonAuxiliaryServicesCorporationsinNYstate.-TheSenatewouldliketohavemorespeakerscomeinfordiscussionofcurrentproblems.-JimpraisedtheOswegodelegationtotherecentElectoralConerencebutaddedthatSASU"doesneedwork".WalterBowler-AdditionalsessionoftheSenateforBudgethearings-onThursday,September27,1984.TheInstructionalComputingCenterhastwovacanciesforstudentrepresentatives.The1stmeetingwillbeheldonOct.12that8a.m.TammyWalkerwasappointedheadoftheSUNYAffairsCommittee.AlcoholAwarenessWeekoncampuswillbeOct.8th-14th.Senatorsneededtosetupworkshop.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 1!;ce-prudent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober3,1984PresidentoftheSenatePage2PeterDevine-Reviewedthebudgetoverthepastweekend.HeisHeisveryimpressedwiththeeffortsmadebyWalterBowler.However,heisverydispleasedwiththepoorattendanceoftheFinanceCommittee.PetersaidthattheFinanceCommitteeisessentialtotheoperationofSA.PeterergedtheSenatetocooperatebecausethereweremanygroupstobebudgeted.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-MeetingsareeveryMondayat4p.m.inroom217.Finance-MeetsTuesdaysatSp.m.StudentServices-Committeechairisvacant.andapplicationsarebeingaccepted.Elections-ReadyforOct.1st.SUNYAffairs-Meetingtimetobeannounced.OffCampus-OffCampusSenatorsmustattendtoshowconcernfortheirconstituency.PPB -ApplicationsweredueOct.1st.Friday,Oct.SthisVideoDanceNightintheBallroom.FacultyAssemblyNoreport.Surplus-MeetingsareTuesdaysat4p.m.SASU-DaveRothsteincalledcalledorganizingagainsttheAthleticFee"aninterestingexperience".OLDBUSINESSBill24-KevinMurray,GeneralManagerofWOCR,itemizedtherequestfor$1,S6S.00.Requestconsistedof:reeltoreeltaperecorderat$1300.00.,soundproofingat$2S0.00andmikestandsfor$lS.OO.Whenaskedwhytheycouldn'tusetheequiptmentatPoucheritwasexplainedthatthelabtimeisatapremium.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dr(01[2071gso;

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic", of tl.",'1Jic",-prcsiJ",nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober3,1984.PresidentoftheSenatePage3Bill24-Continued.BillpassedwiththestipulationthatWOCRsubmitalongtermplan.Clearlypassed.Bill25-PeterspokeonthebenefitsofFamilyPlanningClinicandexplaineditwasabillthathadtobepaid.Becauseinvoicedidnotarriveuntiltheendofthepastfiscalyeartheobligationfellintothissession.AllisonagreedwithPeterthatSAhadanobligationtothefundingoftheprogram.BillPassed.Bill26-LindasaidthatdininghallsandtheUnionwerereservedandeverythingwasreadytogo.Lynnaskedifamethodofkeepingstudents from votingonthewrongballotshadbeendevised.Theanswerwasyes,Juliefeltthatthelackofawarenesswouldhurttheelectionthereforepollingareasshouldbeinthedorms.Ericsaidhedidn'tseeaproblemwithdininghalls.Billpassed.Bill28-Thebillwouldallowmoreflexibleandefficientallocationofofficesupplyfundstoclubs.PeterandAllisonspokeinfavorofthebillbasedonpastrecordsofclubspending.Billpassed.Resolution16-Votereducationwasdeemedessential.Oncepeoplehaveabilitytovotetheyshouldknowtheissues.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Q''01['0"ccQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateuniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober10,1984 Offic" of '1/ic,,-p""siJ"nl atOswegoMinutesThe11thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.RollwastakenandMiguelMontes,JimTaravellaLauraDonnellyandThomasNashwereabsent.KimGerowasabsentwithaproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:LynnChadwickandDavidRothsteinwereaddedassponsorstobill27.MichealMazzellaandDeniceBuermannwereaddedassponsorstobill33.Bills29,30and31werebroughtuponspecialorders.TheMinuteswereapproved.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-Welcomednewsenators.-AppointedAndreaRosenthalandMarionNimmoasco-directorsofcheck-cashing.-AppointedMaryCalastotheAlcoholBeverageCommittee.Thisisthefirstofthreeappointmentsthatwillbemadetothiscommittee.-FoundtheattendanceofsenatorsattheOctober1forumontheAlcoholPolicytobe"disappointing".ThenextopenhearingwillbeMondayOctober8at8pm.-Also,MikeFlaherty,theDirectorofAuxiliaryServices,haspledgedhissupportfordevelopingnon-alcoholicprogramming.-PartyDay:adayofpresentationsbytheDemocraticandRepublicanparties,isscheduledforOctober29andwillbeheldintheHewittUnion.-AdebatebetweenNorma BartlE andJohnMcHughwillbeheldonOctober29at8pm.-ConcerningSheldonHall:atthetimeofthisreporttheStateComptroler.'sofficehadnotsignedthecontract.Apparentlythecomptrolerhassomequestionsabouttheagreement.-LastSummerJimservedonasearchcommitteetofillthepositionofDirectoroftheHewittUnion.TheDeanofStudentsmadeanoffertoacandidatethatthecommitteewasnotimpressedwithandignoredRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126or'9'Ftos,OOOt

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober10,1984Page2atoswegoEXECUTIVEREPORT(contd.)thereccommendationofthecommittee.Also,Mr.Wassenaarfailedtoinformthecommitteeofhisactions.JimwasveryupsetwiththeDean'sdecisionandhissecretiveprocedures,andsuggestedthattheywereunethical.Additionalappointments:MichealNemechecktotheSeniorseatoftheBoardofAuxiliaryServicesandplacedPatriciaNadareskiandRichardBaronontheCommitteetoSheldonHall.PeterDevine-pleasedwiththesmoothproceedingsoftheProgramFundhearings.-StudentAssociaiotnAwarenessDaywillbeheldintheballroomonOctober17form.11amto3pm.Allclubsandorganizationswillbeablepresenttheirpurposesandactivites.PeteraskedtheStudentServicescommitteetohelporganizetheevent.-suggesteda5-7yearcapitalreplacementfundtoacheivelong-termgoals.-refrigatorsarestillavailable.Butwestillcannotrenttooff-campusstudentsbecausecollectionwouldbedifficult.WalterBowler-welcomednewsenatorsandnewclerk.-setnewguidelinesforsubmissionstopacket.AllmaterialsmustbeinbyMondayafternoon,andthepacketwillbeavailableonTuesday.-DaveMcNallygaveanupdateonParents'Weekend.Reservationsarestillbeingforbanquetandallareencouragedtovolunteerfornextyear'sevent.TherewillbeaSockHopthisFridayattheSunSetInn.-allvoterregistrationformsmustbeinbyFridayOctober5.OswegowasoneoftheleadingschoolsintjeSUNYsysteminthiscampaign.-lookingforsenatorstohelppublizetheYoungVolunteersinActionprogram.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dr'9's'9FtP991

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober10th,1984Page3 COMITTEE REPORTSatOswegoRules-noreport,meetingseveryMondayat4pminroom217.Finance-noreport,needsmembers,meetseveryWednesdayat5pm.Elections-electionswereheldMondayOctober1,1984.SUNYAffairs-firstmeetingMonday,October8,at8intheTavernandallarewelcome.CommunityRelations-meetingOctober4at4 pm.OffCampus-meetingsareMondaysat5pminroom221HewittUnion.PPB -FridayOctober5,wasVideoDancenight,theJoffreyBalletwasatOswegoHighSchoolthatnight,Wednesday,October10theTrinidadSteelBandwillbeintheballroomat8,andonOctober14,atLakerHall,ScandalandJohnWaite-ticketsareonsaleatcheckcashing.SASU -offeringinternships-forfutherinformationseeDavidRothstein.RegionalorganizerKevinCuhnswashereandwillbebackeverythirdweek.EncouragedalltoquestionSASUandworktoensureitdeliversits20,000dollarsworthtothiscampus.Also,proudofOswegoroleinhelpingtoregisterpartofthe50,000newvotersacrossthestate.Now wemustgetthemouttovote. OLDBUSINESS meetingsuspendedbyinjunctionontheSenecaseatsfromtheSupremeCourt.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126or'0'5'OF?90S?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation 0ffic" of '1!,'c,,-prud"nt stateUniversity at Oswego Senate 20th LegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober17,1984 MINtrrES The12thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6.10.PresidentoftheSenateRollwastakenandStuartMosbacherandScottPosnerwereabsent.KymGero,ConradRidgillandRobGhosiowereabseatwithproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bills36and37werebroughtuponspecialorders.Resolution19wastabledwithMiguelMontespickingupsponsorship.Resolution21waswithdrawn.KathyParkerpickedupsponsorshipofbill32.Micheal Mazzelbq, Buermann,RobGhosio,JUlieSchwartz, LYnn Chadwick,andHelenKerierallpickedupsponsorshipofbill 33. JulioGraciapickedupsponsorshipofbill34.TheMinuteswereapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Onpageone,MarionColiswasappointedtotheAlcoholBeverageCommittee.Onpagetwo,thename Nemecekspelledcorrectly,correctionofthespellingofAssociationandtheSockHop washeldSat.Oct.13thattheSunsetInn.Onpagethree,theRegionalOrganizerforSASU's nameisKevinKohns,spelledcorrectlyandSurplusCommitteesupports bill'n3 (LOCOtypewritterrentalservice)EXECUTIVEREPORTSJimDingley-BroughtusthegoodnewsthatU.s.DistrictCourtJudge,NeilMcCurnruledthatallstudentswhowishtovoteintheircollegecommunitiesnowcanwithoutbeingDiscriminatedagainst.-ConcerningVoterRegistration,thelastweekofthedrivetheSenatealonebroughtin500completedforms. The, BoardofElectionsisworkingontheexactfiguresastohow manypeople were registeredduringtheDrive.Forthosewhodidn'tregisterduringtheDrive,theycanregisteratOswego TownHallSat.Oct.13thbetween 2&t. LiteracyVolunteers a;Jpr(jJgrmn whichteachespeopletoreadnowhasaboardofdirectorsandisoperatingoutofCom unity Servicesinthe UnionL Made the 2of 3 totheAlcoholBeverageCommittee:WendyHasardandBernadetteDennehy.Theseappointees will reportdirectlytoJim.Jimwillkeepthesenateposted.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P'50rs'oc;COO?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Officii:'VicIi:-PruiJ.,.,t State College ittO'swego Senate20thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober17,1984EXECUTIVEREPORTS(contd.)PresidentoftheSenatePage2ConcerningSheldonHall "Committee, Jim,,rescindedthetwo-appointmentshemadeattheOct.3rdSenateMeeting.Anyoneinterestedinapplyingsee Jim" thisofferalsoisopentoanySenatorinterested.-NextweekMikeFlahertywillspeakaboutAuxiliaryServiceCorporationsbothhereinOswegoanaroundthe duringJim'sreport.-ThedecisionfortheHewittUnionDirectorisnowpendingPresidentRadley'sapproval.PeterDevine-ConcerningStudentAssociationAwarenessDay,itisWed.Oct.17thfrom11to3witha receptionafeer from3to4forSenatorandOfficersofS.A.,Representitivesofclubsandorganizationsandanyonewhowishestoattend.-SpokeasaGreekandstatedthatthisyearisapositiveyearfortheGreeks.HadKevinMurrayof WOCR Radiotalk happenningsofWOCR.Kevin aboutsuchtopicsastheneweditingsystemandwhatitwillenablethestationtoachieveandthepossibilitiesofgoingoffcampus.WalterBowler-ConcerningOCT,DanClarkgavearundownontheupcomingevents.TherewillbeBusservicetotheGratefulDeadConcertOct.20thleavingat 4z30 fromCulkinHallcosting$6roundtrip.TherewillbeanotherS.U.Night Fri. Oct.19thleavingat8130,priceroundtripis$5.Nov.1stOCTwil start takingreservationsforThanksgivingCharterstoNewYorkCityandLongIsland,thesetripsleaveat12,00and3130wed.Nov,21st.-ThereceptionwithDr,RadleywillnotbeOct.23rd,lookingforabetterdateprobablya Mon. -AnotherPublicHearingconcerningtheAlcoholPolicyisMon.Oct.15that8pmintheFormalLounge,urgealltoattend.-AppointedTeriBoyerandDaveWestbrooktotheICCBoard.-GoingtotrytogetthepaCketsoutonTuesdayswhichmeansbillsandresolutionsmustbesubmittedatthelatestMondaysat4.00,butmorepreferablyFridaysat .,00. Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131262'Ot5'0'1gcot

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of CVic:e-president stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober17,1984COMMITTEEREPORTSPage3PresidentoftheSenateRu1es-Discusseddoingawaywithfallelectionsby1ettngtheHallcouncilsandtheOffCampuscouncilhandletheelectionsindividually,thenreporttheresultstotheSenate.AlsodiscussedthefactthatattendanceforSenateandCommitteemeetingwillbestrictthisyear.Proposedmakinga minimo'!anlount oftimeasenatormuststayataSenatemeetingwithoutbeingpenalized,6pmto10pm wasmentioned.AlsodiscussedtheposssibilityofrequiringS.A.VicePresidentsinthefuturetospendthesummeroftheterminOswego.Finance-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5pmupstairsintheUnion.Needsmembers.Elections-ElectionswereheldFriday October 5thforSenecaHallandtheAuxiliaryServices Seae. SunyAffairs-NoReport.StudentServices-Chairisvacant.Anyoneinterestedsee Walter Bowler.CommunityRelations-MeetingsareThurs,at4pminS.A.office.Wantsto work togetherwiththeCollegeCommunityRelations CommiLbtee. Discussedhavinganexchangeprogramwith the''' highschools.OffCampusCommitteeoet. 27thistheCollegeCommunityCleanUp.TheButtonMachinewillbeinnextweek.TherewillbeafundraiserOct.29th,willbe s811ing pumpkinsandcarnationstherewillalsobeabakesale. PPB DirectorWed.Oct.lOthistheTrinidadSteelBand.TermsofEndearmentisFri.Oct.12that8&10:30intheBallroom.AStreetcar DesireisintheTavernSat.Oct.13that3 & 9:30.ScandalandJohnwaiteisSun.Oct.14thatLakerHall.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''015'9'1COQ'

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SSOCIATIONstudent O/kee 0/ tI.e'Viee-presiJenf stateUn1vers1tyCollege OswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession13thMeeting Ootober 17,1984Page4PresidentoftheSenateFacultyAssemblySenator-MeetingsareeveryotherMon.in103Laniganat3pm.DiscussedthemethodofevaluationofProfessorsoncampus.SurplusCommittee-Lookingfora newmeetingtime.TheCommitteeisinfavorofthetypewritterbill.(bill33)SASUDelegateWomen'scaucusisatOswegooct.13th.oct.19ththerewill be aThirdWorldcaucusatBinghamton.Oct.28thatlOamtherewill be aSASUBoardofDirectorsMeetingintheHewittUnionFormal Dounge. Nov.9-11ththerewill be a Women'sConferenceatBinghamton.OLDBUSINESSMotionwaspassedto reaffirmlco;
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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateuniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober17,1984atOswegoPage5Bill37 -Billclearlypasses,withafriendlyamendmentthatanadvertisementbeputonacentrobusatnoadditionalcostprovidedbytheOffCampusCouncil.PeterDevineexplainedthebillitembyitem.HealsosaidthatS.A.AwarenessDayshouldbeinthebudgeteachyear.Resolution17 -ResolutionpassesbyvoteofAcclamation.DavidRothsteinspokefortheresolution.Hesaidthat ',theSenior: volunteershavehelpedoutS.A.alot.HealsosaidtheresolutionshouldbepassedbyavoteofAccamation.Resolution18 -Resolutionpassesbya vote ofAcclamation.DavidRothsteinspokefortheresolution.Hesaidthatthesestudentsspentalotoftimeontheelections.Healsosaidthattheresolutionshouldpassbyavoteofaccamation.JulioGraciaobjected,onthegroundsthathedidn'tbelieveinFallElections.Julioconceeded.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126P''2'['pc1?CO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984 Office of'Vice-presiJent atOswegoMinutesThe13thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:15.RollwasTakenandStuartMosbacher,MiguelMontes,KathyParker,JimTaravella,PaigeMurrayandKenBogartwereabsent.KymGeroandMichealPoolewereabsentwithproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:ConradRidgillpickedupsponsorshipofbill35,JulioGraciapickedupsponsorshipofResolution19,JenniferCareypickedupsponsorshipofResolution20,Resolution22waswithdrawnandResolution23wastabled.Theminuteswereapprovedwithachangeconcerningbill37,thattheadvertisementmentionedwascontingentaponDonHarrison'sapproval.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-MikeFlaherty,GeneralManagerofAuxiliaryServicesspoke.He said heisconcernedwithhavingahighvisabilityoncampus.HegaveanoverviewoftheOrganizationofAuxiliaryServicesandexactlywhatfallsundertherealmsofthecorporation,suchas:DiningServices,HewittUnionRestuarantandsnackbar,theTavern,theCollegeStoreandSweetshop,thebowlingalleyandpoolhall,thevendingmachines,washingmachinesandFallbrook.MikeFlahertyhasaopendoorpolicy,hisofficeis508CulkinHall.Heencouragesanyonetostopbywithanyquestionsandorproblems.-Concerningvotereducation,Mon.Oct.29thwillbePartyDay,thiswillbeadayofpresentationsbytheDemocraticandRepublicanparties.Also,NormaBartleandRayChesbrowillbediscussingtheirrespectivecandidaciesinroom213oftheUnionat8:00pm,alsoonOct.29th.-VoterRegistrationDrive,theexactnumbersarestillnotinasofyet,butcloseto2000voterswereregistered.-Oct.27thwillbetheAuxiliaryServicesConference-ThedecisionsforSupremeCourtJusticeandChiefJusticewillbeanouncedattheOct.24thSenateMeeting.-PresidentRadleyappointedTomLonnquistastheNewDirectoroftheHewittUnion. / Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dr'9'[)gs,aGO?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation of presiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984PresidentoftheSenatePage2PeterDevine-StudentAssociationAwarenessDaywillhopefullybebudgetedforinthefuture.-TherewillbeclubscomingformoneyfromtheClub tingencyAccount.Theseclubstheirprogramingpreparedatthebudgetingtime.-ThursdayOct.18that3:00intheS.A. therewillbeameetingofanyoneinterestedinparticipatinginfeasibilitystudyforacomputerforS.A.-JohnIrwin,Manager,oftheCornerStore,spokeaboutwherethestoreisnowanditsfuturegoals.Hesaidthattheyarelookingintothepossibilityofsellingconveniencefoods.WalterBowler-TheReceptionwithDr.RadleywillbeNov.12thfrom4-5.-ConcerningSenateinformationkits,pleasegetthemin.-Inter-hallCouncilwillmeetMon.Oct,22inroom226oftheUnionat7:00pm.SubjectswillincludethePeerJudicalCouncilandtheAlcoholPolicy.Oncampussenatorsareencouragedtoattend.-AppointedthefollowingtotheFinanceCommittee:TerrenceKenealy,RobertNicklin,DeniceBuermann,RalphApreaandAnnieEvans.-AppointedthefollowingtotheRules Committee: DaveMcNally,JohnNemecek,MikePoole,Julie Schwarzz, DavidRothstein,AllisonZane,TammyWalker.-SenateMeetingwillbeinFunnelleHallintwoweekscontingentonDr.Radley.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-DiscussedgradesandSenators,thefactthatpresentlyastudentneedsa2.2GPAtorunforofficeanda2.0tostayinoffice.Shouldthisbe?FinanceNoFormalReportStudentServices-Needsachair.ElectionsNoFormalReport.SUNYAffairs-ThecommitteeplanstoevaluateSASUandthenissueaformalreportinthespringforthebudgetingprocedures.Wouldliketoseemoremembers.CommunityRelations-Thecommitteewouldliketohavemorestudentsatlarge,currentlyithasone.Workingontheexchangeprogeamwiththehighschools.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126ort01s'a"nco;

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-presiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984PresidentoftheSenatePage3OffCampusCommittee-Thebuttonmachineisin.Nov.16thintheHewittUnionRestauranttheOffCampusCouncilandtheBSUwillhavea"EbonyandIvory"themegathering.PPBDirector-HastheFollowingeventscomingup:FridayOct,19thSplashat8&10intheBallroom,Oct.20thEntertheNinjaat inthetavern,Tues.Oct.23rdBlackboardJungle7:30Lanigan,Wed,Oct.24thCoffeeHouse-KirkEdwards8-10HewittRestuarantfreewithrefreshments,Mon Oct.29thLectures-L.J.Davis,TheMoralMajorityat7intheBallroom,Nov.4thMaynardFergusson$4 .. 00S.A.$7.50NSAticketsonsaleatcheckcashing.FacultyAssemblySenatorNoReport.SurplusCommitteeNoReport.SASUDelegateNoreport. OLD BUSINESSBill35-Passedbyavoteof27y,OnOa.FinanceCommittee was infavorofthebill.PeterDevinespokeinfavorofthebillexplainingthat it. wasabudgetaryadjustment.BillwasclearlyinthebestinterestsoftheOswegonianandS.A.Bill38-AbillconcerningVoterEducation.JimDingleyspokeforthebill,statingthatitwasselfexplanatory.AllisonZanewasforthebill.Shesaidthatitisimportanttoknowhow,whenandwheretovote.LynnChadwickthoughtthatthisbillshouldhavebeenbroughtupsooner,shealsowasforthebill.Bill38clearlypassed.Resolution19-DavidRothstein,oneof thehsponsorers oftheresolutionmadethefollowingchangeslthesecondwhereasnowreadsthislawmakesmaleswhowerebornin1960orafterwhofail to registerandthelasttwowhereaseswere eliminated fromtheresolution.JimTalmenofthePeaceandJusticeForumspokefortheresolution.HearguedthattheSolomonAmendmentremovesrightstoaneducation,HealsosaidthattheAmendmentcontradictstheU.S.Constitutionanditsdiscriminitory.DavidRothsteinsaidthathewanted copies sentito Eegislators, StateDepartmentofEducationandFederalDepartmentofEducation. Rob GhosiowasagainsttheResolution.LynnChadwicksaidthatthesolomonAmendmentisasecondcheckonselectiveservices.Resolutionpassedbyavoteof 14y,8n, 4a.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4studentAssociation Offie:.. of tI...'Vice-prudent stateUniversityCollege af oswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984Resolution20 -concerningthelibraryHours.Therewerethefollowingchangesweremadelthefirstwhereasthelibraryclosesat5pmonFridaysand6pmonSaturdays.andinthebeitfurtherresolvedsectionweurgetheadministrationtoinformtheStudentAssociationhowtogoaboutfunding ibhe:J.ibrary extrahoursontheweekends.Cardoncopieswerelefttothediscretionofthesponsors. RothsteinsaidthatPenfieldhastheleasttimeopenofaotherSUNYcampus.Dr.Buttonsaidthattheresolutionwasacommendable one. RobGhosiothoughtthatacopyoftheresolutionshouldbesenttoDr.Radleytogiveheranideathatwe'reconcernedwithouracedemics.Resolution20passedbya Votlkof Acclamation.Resolution22withdrawn.Resolution23 -Tabled.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126C5e21

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SSOCIATIONFORYOURINFORMATIONstudentAssociation of .. tStateUniversityCollege OswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984SASUCALENDAROFACTIVITIESFALL1984PresidentoftheSenateOctober24th-25thOctober27th(Saturday)October28th(Sunday)November6th(Tuesday)November10th-11thNovember16th-18thDecember7th-9thDecember9thTaskForceonqualityofStudentlife,Albany.AuxilaryServicesSeminar,Oswego,9:30amBoardofDirectorsMeeting,Oswego,lO:OOamElectionDayWomen'sCaucusConference,BinghamtonStateWideStudentAssociationConf.,Washington.ThirdWorldCaucusConference,BrockportBoardofDirectorsMeeting,OswegoSASUAUXILARY SERVICE CORP. SEMINAROctober27,1984OSWEGO,NEWYORK9:45am10:15-11:0011:00-11:45 11:45-12:3012:30-1:451:45-2:302:30-3:153:15-4:304:30-5:45OpeningRemarksWhyaretheresometimesAuxilaryServicesCorp.Dr.Clarkandhowdotheywork?*History*SUNYGuidelines*Not-for-ProfitLaw*RulesofoperatingStudentsasBoardMembers-ProperlytrainedstudentboardmemberssotheyknowtheirrightsandresponsibilitiesRoleofExecutive/StudentPersonnelPoliciesLunchFinancialAspectsofFSA's:FinancialStatementsCorp.EquityGuidelinesReplacingStateOwnedEquipmentSubcontracting-IsitforASC'sorjusttoCircumventStudentsCurrentIssues,UtilityFees,Divestment,CommunityCollegeActivityFee,SelfSufficiencyClosing-RoundtableDiscussionRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession15thMeetingOctober31,1984atOswegoMinutesThe14thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:20pm.RollwastakenandAllisonZane,BrandonStratford,KyrnGero,DavidRothstein,StuartMosbacher,AnnieEvans,MiguelMontes,DanEdwardsandKenBogartwereabsent.RalphApreaandScottPosnerwereabsentwithproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bill39wastabled,JenniferCareyandJulioGraciapickedupsponsorshipofbill42,TerryKenealypickedupsponsorshipofbill44andHelenKeierandJenniferCareypickedupsponsorshipofresolution23.Theminuteswereapprovedwithnochanges.ExecutiveReportsJimDingley-AppointedYuvalBarkhbaasChiefJusticeoftheS.A.SupremeCourt.YuvalisaPoliticalSciencemajor.Hisappointmentwilllastuntilhisgraduation,heispresentlyasophomore.-AuxiliaryServicesvoted9-2tokeepPlayboyandPenthousemagazinesontheshelfattheSweetShop.-SASUBoardofDirectorsMeetingisSun.Oct.28,AuxiliaryServicesSeminarisSat.Oct.27-allareurgedtoattend.-ThereceptionwithDr.RadleywillbeNov.12thfrom4-5atShadyShore.PeterDevineNoFormalReport.WalterBowler-AppointedJenniferCareyaschairoftheStudentServicesCommittee.JenniferwouldliketoworkonaplanwiththeEnvironmentalConservationCommittee,soasthecommitteeswillnotoverlapinscope.-OCT-TherewillbeexpressservicesforThanksgivingand andtheHolidayswithnewservicestoAlbanyandUtica.WalterisamemberoftheAdmissionsCouncil.TheAdmissionsCouncilisspecificallyconcernedwiththerecruitmentandretentionofminoritystudentsandtransferstudentsandtheproblemstheyface.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126e$Q

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2StudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-p,.esilent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession15thMeetingOctober31,1984-Inthefuture S.A. willbecharged$10.00eachtimetheroomisleftamessafteraSenateMeeting.SoPleasecleanup!-FloatingSenatewillbeatFunnelleHallNov.7th.Dr.RadleymayalsobepresenttoaddresstheSenate. Committee ReportsRulesNoFormalReport.FinanceNoFormalReport.StudentServices-TheCommitteeneedsameetingtime.ElectionsNoFormalReport.SunyAffairs-TheCommitteewantstohelpwithVoterEducationbyputinguppostersaroundcampusforanyLectureetc.thatisconcernedwithVoterEducation.Sun.Oct.28thistheSASUBoardofDirectorsMeeting,thisisaneventthatallmembersofthecommitteemustattend.Thecommittee'smeetingMon.Oct.29thiscanceled.CommunityRelations-Committeeneedsmembers,meetingsarethursdaysat4:00intheS.A.office.S.A.GovernmentExchangeProgramistentativelysetforthefirstorsecondweekinDecember.TheHighSchoolexchangehasbeenputoffuntilnextsemester.OffCampusCommittee-LockersarestillavailablefromLOCOforOffCampusstudents.Mondaysfrom9amtol2pmthereisteaandcoffeeinthelobbyoftheUnionforoffcampusstudents.Fri.Nov.2ndtherewillbeaHappyHourintheTavernforoffcampusstudents.Nov.14ththerewillbeamovingoffcampusworkshopin104Laniganat7pm.CommunityCleanupisNov.3rd.Nov.13thistheThirdAnnualBitetheBird.Buttonsfromthebuttonmachinewillcost$1.00apiece,reducedbyquantity.AnewCityOrdinancewentintoeffect,therewillbeafivedollarfineforparkingonthesidewalkswithinthecitylimits.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of tle'1Iice-presiJe.. tstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession15thMeetingOctober31,1984PresidentoftheSenatePage3EnvironmentCommittee-MeetingswillbeThursdaysat4pmbutnotOct.25th.PPBDirector-Hasthefollowingeventscomingup:Oct.27thL.J.Davis,theMoralMajorityat7pmintheBallroom,Nov.4thMaynardFergussonatLakerhallSA$4.00NSA$7.50,Dec.1st.TheFixatLakerHallticketsarenotonsaleasofyet.FacultyAssemblySenator-FacultyAssemblyislookingintotheproblemsoftransferstudents.SurplusCommittee-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:15.SASUDelegate-Sun.Oct.28thistheBoardofDirectorsMeeting,pleaseattendandaskquestions.OldBusinessResolution23-PassedbyavoteofAcclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126COQ

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember7,1984atOswegoMinutesThe15thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:15.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bills39,41and43weretabled,Resolution24wastabled,MichealPoolepickedupsponsorshipofbill39,DavidRothsteinpickedupsponsorshipofbill40,andPaigeMurraypickedupsponsorshipofbill42.TheMinuteswereapprovedwithacorrectiononpageone:thespellingofthenewlyappointedchiefjusticeYuvalBarkokhba.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-ConcerningVoterEducation,wellover2000voterswere wereregisteredduringtheVoterRegistrationDrive,thoughtheexactnumbersarestillnotin.OswegowasoneofthetopschoolsforregisteringnewvotersintheSUNYsystemwithAbanyfirst.We'vegotthepeopleregisterednowwemusteducatethemsotheycanmakeaeduatedvote.Votersmustbeeducatedontheissues,partiesandthecandidates.-JimwantsSenatorstogiveoneminuterapsaboutvotingintheelection,toallthelargelectureclassesonThurs.andFri.Nov.1and2nd.-TherewillbeaphonebankintheS.A.officeNov.3rd&4th,tocallallregisteredvotersonandoffcampustoremindthemtogetoutandVote.Allsenatorsareergedtohelp.-TheAlcoholBeverageCommittee-JimwillbemeetingwiththethreestudentmembersMon.Nov.5that7:00pmintheS.A.officetodiscussastrategy.Anyoneinterestedpleaseattend.-Nov.9th-11thistheWomen'sCaucusConferenceatBinghamton.AnyoneinterestedinattendingseeJimoranyoftheotherSASUdelegates.PeterDevine-ConcerningtheS.A.officecondition,pleasecleanupafterourselves.Also,justareminder,thattheSenatetypewriterisonlyforS.A.relateduse.-PeterwasdisappointedwiththelackofattendanceoftheFinanceCommittee.HeergedSenatorstojoin.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONstudentAssociation OfficeofCVice-president StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember7,1984Page2PresidentoftheSenate-NextWeekduringPeter'sreport,hewillgiveanorientationoftheFinanceDepartment.-AboutthePoorserviceofCentrobuses,pleasereportanyproblemstoPeter,itwouldhelpiftheactualrouteandbusdriverweretakendownwhensightingaproblem.-AnySenatorinterestedinparticipatinginBudgetCouncilpleaseseePeter.-TheGeneseeHockeyClassicwillbeNov.9th & 10th,therewillbegamesat5pmand8pmonbothdays,withthechampionshipgameat8pmonthe10th.Thecostsareasfollows:studentsfortheweekend$3.00,pergame2.00,Non-studentsfortheweekend$5.00,pergame$3.00.-SteveHendersonChairmanoftheBoardofSAVACspoke.Thegrouphas25activemembersand31inthetrainingprogram.SAVAChasanswered118callsthissemester.Thegrouphasalsoformedtwonewcommittees:TheAmbulanceReplacementCommitteeandTheConstitutionRevisionCommitteebotharemuchneeded.WalterBowler-OneNov.2ndtherewillbeadebatebetweentheCollegeRepublicansandtheYoungDemecratsfrom12-2intheMainLoungeoftheUnion.-TherewillbeaInter-ClubOrganizationMeetingThurs.at8:30pmintheFormalLounge. Nov.7thistheFloatingSenateMeetingatFunnelleHallat6.Allpleasetryandmakeittothemeeting.Nov. l2thI. isthereceptionwithDr.RadleyatShadyShorefrom4-5,thosewhocan'tmakeitpleasecallthenumberprovidedontheinvitations.Concerningmailboxes,yournameisaboveyourmailbox!COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-TheCommitteedicussedthesubjectofattendanceofSenatorsatSenateMeetings.Approvedofbills39,41and44.Madenodecisiononbill40.FinanceNoReport.StudentServices-Needsmembers,hasnosetmeetingtimeasofyet.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUNiversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember7,1984 Offir:eof'1!ir:e-presiJent atOswegoPage3Elections-TheCommitteeisworkingonredraftingbill3.SUNYAffairs-ThecommitteeattendedtheSASUBoardofDirectorsMeetingandwantstoattendupcomingSASUevents.TheCommitteeplanstomeetinfrontoftheSweetShopMon.Nov.5that8:30pmfromthereputuppostersinthesurroundingbuildingsconcerning"GetOutToVote".AftertheyplantomeetintheTavernat9:30toplanapresentationabouttheElectoralActionConference.CommunityRelations-TheCommitteehasonlytwomembers,Senatorspleasejoin.ThehighschoolexchangeisplannedforthesecondorthirdweekinFeb.Intheprocessofplanningacommunitybigbandnight.MeetingsareThurs.at4intheS.A.office,thoughnotthisthurs.Nov.1st.OffCampusCommittee-TheCommunityClean UP isthisweekendNov. 3ru. Nov.14thisthemovingoffcampusworkshopin104laniganat7pm.Nov.13thistheThirdAnnualBitetheBird.Nov,16thistheEbonyandIvorysocialintheUnionrestuarant.EnvironmentCommittee-Therewillbeameetingat4pmintheS.A.officeonThurs.Nov.1st.PPBDirector-MaynardFergussonwillbeatLakerhallSun,Nov. ticketsarestillonsaleatcheckcashingandGentiles.Nov.3isFoulPlayintheTavernat3&9:30.TheFixinConcertwillbeDec.1st.ticketcostsareSA$8.00&NSA10.00theygoonsalefriday.AlexHaleywillbeintheBallroomFeb.28th.FacultyAssemblySenatorNoreport.SurplusCommittee-TheCommitteneedsmembers,meetinsarewed.at5:15.SASUDelegate-ThereisoneopeningontheHESCAdvisoryCommittee.TherewasnoproposedroomortuitionincreaseintheTrusteesProposedbudget.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Q

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of tI.el{/ice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember7,1984OldBusinessPage4PresidentoftheSenateBill40-Billpassedby a voteof22y,On,2a.Therewereamendmentsasfollows:ThelastWHEREASshouldreadasaproposedbudgetcouncil,'scheduleofproceedingsandBeitenactedthatDirectorofFinancewillpresenttotheSenateonorbeforeNov.20thofthatfiscalyear,aproposedbudgetcouncilscheduleofproceedings.theelectionprocessorreligiousholidaysetc.LynnChadwickspokeinfavorofthebill,statingthatitwouldeliminatetheproblemswhichwereencounteredlastyear.ShealsosaidthatthiswouldinsurethatDirectorsofFinanceinthefuturewillhaveaschedulefortheirbudgetcouncilhearings.PeterDevinecommendedtheSponsorsandtheSubmittersofthebillfortheirconcernbutwasconcernedwiththeconstitutionalityofthebill.Bill42-Billclearlypassed.PeterDevinesaidthatS.A.iscommittedtosupportingSolidState.Alsothatthegroupisgoingontoursoonandwillneedtheequipment.Hewasinfavorofthebill.JenniferCareywasalsoinfavorofthebill.JayButtonsaidthatthisisasmallitem(amplifier)inthebudget,butitisneeded,Healsowasinfavorofthebill.Bill44-Billpassesbyavoteof20y,In,laoJohnIrwin,manageroftheCornerStoreexplainedthattheventilationimprovementsstatedinthebillwillbeinstalledbythePhysicalPlantStaff.TerryKenealyspokeinfavorofthebill,statingthatthebillwasstraightforward,thelackofventilationishurtingtheproduceontheshelves,moneyislostonfrozenfoods,alsotheextrawearandtearonthecoolers.Theseproblemswouldallbesolvedwiththeventilationimprovementslistedinthebill.PeterDevinesaidthatS.A.isprotectingitsassetsbypassingthisbill.Healsoexplainedthatitsourstore add ourequipmentthereforeweshouldpayfortheventilationimprovements.Meetingwasadjournedat8:15.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember14,1984atoswegoMinutesThe16thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:15.Rollwastaken,thefollowingwereabsent:DianeGilligan,StuartMosbacher,RobertNicklin,JimTaravella,PaigeMurrayandRalphAprea.DanRobertsandMichealNemecekweresworninasSenatorstoreplaceKymGeroandMiguelMontesrespectively.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:resolution24,bill41andbill45werewithdrawn;bill43wastabled;andbills46,47and48werebroughtuponspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-ThankedFunnelleHallforinvitingtheSenatetoholditsmeetingthere.-ConcerningtheNationalElection,closeto80%ofthestudentsregisteredtovote on campusdid.TheexactNumberswere832wereregisteredtovote,678actuallyvoted.About75%ofSUNYAlbany'soncampusregisteredvotersvotedand80%atBuffalovoted.Therearenofiguresfortheoffcampusvoteasofyetbutitisestimatedthatthepercentagewillbeaboutthesameasoncampus.WearenowaPoliticalvoice.Now wehavetoconcentrateontheissues,suchasStateERA,Drinkingageandpossibletuitionincreases.TheCityGovernmentExchangewillbeNov.26thNov.28thSenateMeetingtheMayorwilladdresstheSenate.IntroducedthenewDirectoroftheHewittUnion,TornLonnquisttotheSenate.HeisalsotheNewAdvisortoS.A.PeterDevine-TheGeneseeIceHockeyClassicwillbeNov.9th&10thwithgamesat5pmand8pmonbothdays,Costsareasfollows:studentsforweekend$3.00,pergame$2.00NonStudentsfortheweekend5.00,pergame$3.00.GooutandcheerontheGreatLakers.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of '1Iice-presiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember14,1984PresidentoftheSenatePage2 -PleasereportanyproblemswiththeCentroBussystemtopeter.WhencitingaproblemfindouttheNameofthedrivertherouteandthetimewhichitshoudbearrivingaitsdestination.-FridayNov.9thisPeter'sBirthday,hewillbeoutoftimeifanyoneshouldneedhimandcan'tfindhim.-Peter gave aindepthreportoftheoperationsoftheFinanceDepartment.Anyquestionsconsultthehandout.WalterBowler-ThereisaConsumer'sguidetoMicrocomputersMeetingonNov.12thin324SyniggHallforanyoneinterested.(at8:00pm)-ConcerningtheBrownBagLunchLectureSeries,therewillbealectureonTimeManagementonNov.13thfrom12:45to2:00inroom232oftheUnion.ThereceptionwithDr.RadleyisNov.12atShadyShorefrom4to5. Inter-ClubOrganizationwillhaveameetingTues,Nov.13at8:30room232HewittUnion.thesubject,amastercalendar.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-Drewupbill48.MeetingsareMon.at4.Finance-Hadameetingbutdidn'thaveenoughmemberstoconductbusiness.StudentServices-Meetingsare4:30onMondays.Lookingintothephoneinthelibrary-gettingitfixed.ElectionsNoreport.SunyAffairs-Helpedwith"GetOuttoVote".ReportedontheElectoralConferencesheldearlierthissemester.thosewhowentattendedworkshopssuchasOrganizing,StudentUnions,Howtominipulatethepress.Therewillbeamoreformalreportoneachspecificworkshopatnextweek'smeeting.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of tl."'Vic,,-presiJ"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember14,1984PresidentoftheSenatePage3CommunityRelations-TheCityGovernmentExchangewillbeNov.26th,anyoneinterestedinbeinganaltermanoranyotherpositionfortheday,seeMichealPoole.WorkingonaBigBandNightattheOswegoArmory.TheCollegeCommunityrelationsCommitteehasameetingTues.at4:00. '.:' MeetingsareThurs.4.00intheS.A.TheCommitteeneedsmembers!!OffCampusCommittee-TheCommunityCleanupwasasussess.TheThirdannualBitetheBirdsponsoredbyOCT,isNov.13thintheballroom.Nov.14thistheMovingoffCampusWorkshopat7pmin104lanigan.Nov.16istheEbony&IvoryGatheringadmission IDS free.Meetingsareat5pmonMondays.EnvironmentCommittee-MetThurs.at4pm.TheCommitteneedspeople.WantstolookintotheLagoontoseeifitssupposedtolookthewayitdoes.PPBDirector-FridayisYentalintheBallroom(Nov.9th)SatNov.10thisToweringinfernointheTavernat3and9:30.Dec.1isthe atLakerHallticketsareonsale:S.A.$8.00NSA$10.00.SurplusCommittee-FromnowonisgoingtoannouncewhowasabsentfromthecommittemeetingstoembarrassthematSenateMeetings.Discussed bill 39.SASUDelegate-Nov.9th-11thistheWomen'sCaucusConferenceatBinghamton.ConcerningtheSUNYBudget,startaletterwritingcampaignstatingthatweagreewiththeSUNYBoard of Trusteesproposedbudget,beforetheGovernormakeshisrecomendation.Nov.14ththerewillbearapaboutSASUandStateissuesintheFormalLoungeat4:30. OLD" BUSINESSBill39-Billpassedbyvoteof23y,On,2a.PatKardash,aVISTAvolunteerestablishingLiteracyVolunteersintheOswegoCountyareaspokeforthebill,givinginformationandansweringquestions.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office ofti,e'Vice-pmiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember14,1984PresidentoftheSenatePage4Bill39-continuedShesaidthattheprogramteachespeopletoreadonaonetoonebasis,theprogramistwentyyearsold,startedinSyracuse.Shealsosaidthattheprogr.amoffersinteractioninthecommunityoffersaglimseofhowsomepeoplehavetolive.PeterDevineexplainedthatthisisasurplusexpendature.PatKardashexplainedthatshehopethatthiswouldbethestartofacontinuingrelationship,butthatS.A.wouldnothavetobethesolefinancer.Shesaidthatitcouldbewhatwewantittobe.DaveMcNallysaidthatwewouldnotjustbegivingmoneybutthecommitmenttothecommunity,adedicationtoeducation,andthatwebelieveinourmodo:ToLearnToSearchToServe.MichealPoolesaidthatitwouldbeanicejesturetogivesomethingback.Bill46-Billpassedbyavoteof20y,On, 2a. FinanceCommittewasinfavorofthebill.PeterDevineexplainedthatthebillwasprettystraightforward,thatpremiumincreasewassomethingthatS.A.hadnocontrolover.Healsosaidthatthepremiumisduenextweek.Bill47 -Billclearlypassed.questionhadtobepaidtoMr.thatwehavetopayMr.CiappabackoncampussowecanstoreHall.FinanceagreedthattheamountinCiappa.PeterDevineexplainedinordertogetourrefrigeratorsthematnoextracostinLakerBill48-TheBillwastabledaftermuchdebate.Meetingwasadjournedat9:25.Respectfullysubmitted,ElaineBurgess,SenateClerk aGllA1f2J87/2fYtJ5 Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of 'Vic,,-P"",iJlZnt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember28,1984MinutesThe17thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.PresidentoftheSenateRollwastaken,thefollowingwereabsent:JimTaravella,ElizabethPageandJulioGraciawithaproxy.BernieMahonywassworninasSenatortoreplaceStuartMosbacher.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bill43waswithdrawn,Bill48wastabled,Bill50wasbroughtuponspecialorderswithMichaelMazzellaandJenniferCareypickingupsponsorshipandResolution25wasbroughtuponspecialorderswiththefollowingpickingupsponsorship:JulieSchwartz,AllisonZane,MichaelPooleandHelenKeier.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-AttendedtheSASUWomen'sCaucusConferencewillputaformalreportinthenextpacket(Nov.28)-TheCityGovenmentExchangewillbeheldNov.26th(S.A.totheTownCouncil)andNov.28th( TownCounciltoS.A.)-Dr.RadleywillspeakbeforetheSenateDecember5th.PeterDevine-TheChristmasPartywillbeDec.14thatJimDingley's-ConcerningBudgetCouncil,anyoneinterestedinparticipatingseePeter,alsotalkupforstudentsalarge.BewarethatBudgetCouncilrequiresalargetimecommittment.Dec.8ththerewillbeaRaquetballtournament,Peterwillhavemoreinformationatthenextmeeting.TheFixxConcertisDec.1statLakerHall.TheRichardsonBates of135EastThirdStreethasaChristmasdisplay,ergealltogodownandcheckitout,asmalldonationmayberequired.AndyLeahywaspresenttotalkaboutthegoingsonoftheOswegoianandtoanswerourquestions.Hesaidthatthenewadspaceisgoingreallywell.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of '1Iice-pre"iJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember28,1984Page2PresidentoftheSenateWalterBowler-ConcerningAuxiliaryServices,MichaelNemecekbroughtusthenewsthatthedininghallscannolongerdiscriminateagainstoffCampusStudentswhenhiring.AlsotherewillbewashersanddryersinstalledintheUnionfortheuseofOffCampusStudents.-TherewillbenoMeetingNov.21st,HaveaHappyThanksgiving!COMMITTEEREPORTSRulesNoreport.FinanceNoreport.StudentServices-MeetingsareMondaysat4:30.SunyAffairsNoReport.CommunityRelations-TheexchangeProgramagendawillbetheFollowing:MondayNov.26th 12:00LunchattheElk'sClub1:30CityHallTour5:30DinnerattheCaptain'sLounge(payyourown)7:30TownCouncilMeetingWednesdayNov.28th 4:00 ReceptioninHewittUnionRestaurant5:15DinnerintheHewittUnionRestaurant6:00SenateMeetingOffCampusCommittee-EbonyandIvoryGatheringisNov.16thitsfree.Mondaysfrom9-12thereiscoffeeandteaintheUnionLobby.OffCampusCouncilMeetingsareMondaysat5:00pminroom223EnvironmentCommitteeNoreport.PPBDirector-TheFixxwillbeappearingatLakerHallDec.1st.ticketsareSA$8.00NSA$10.00,theyareavailableatcheckcashingandticketron.SurplusCommittee-Ispresentlyfesearchingbill49.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126en

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationOffic" oftl."CVic,,-p""siJ"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember28,1984SASUDelegateNoReport.Page3PresidentoftheSenateOCT-ConcerningThanksgivingtickets,thebusesarefillingupfast,signupsendMondayNov.19th.IftheroutestoAlbany and UticawillbecontinuedfortheWinterbreak.AlsoconcerningtheCompanyDavisProductions,cautionmustbetaken,wejustdon'thaveenoughinformationaboutit.OLDBUSINESSBill50-TheFinanceCommitteewasforthebill.MichaelPoolespokeforthebill,statingthatitwenthandinhandwiththeExchangeProgramplannedforNov.26thand28th.Healsosaidthatitwouldhelpinopeningupthelinesofcommunication.MichaelMazzellasaidthatweowedtheTownCouncilthereceptionetc.statedinthebill,thatweshouldrecipricate.Billpassedbyavoteof26y,OnOa.Resolution25-PassedbyavoteofAcclamation.MichaelPoolesaidthattheresolutionshouldbepassedbyavoteofacclamation.JulieSchwartzsaidthatitwasanicejesture.DaveRothsteinsuggestedthattheSenateasawholesponsortheresolution,thesuggestionwasaccepted.MichaelNemeceksuggestedthattheoriginalcopyoftheresolutionbesenttotheDonovanFamily,thissuggestionwasalsoaccepted.Meetingwasadjournedat7:20. submitted, Elaine ClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONstudent Of/;.:" of 'lIic,,-pruiJ""t state Un1vers1ty College Kt Senate20thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember5,1984MinutesThe18thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6140.PresidentoftheSenateRollwastaken,AnnieEvans,ConradRidgill,andDanRenehanwereabsent.MichaelMazzella,JimTaravellaandScott Poswer wereabsentwithproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchangeslbills48&49weretabled,bill51wasbroughtuponspecialorderswithMichaelPoolepickingupsponsorship,bill53wasbroughtuponspecialorderswithLaurelDurhanpickingupsponsorship.TheMinuteswereaprovedwithchangesonpagesoneandtwo,TownCouncilshouldreadCommonCouncil.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-JimintroducedallofthespecialguestsoftheeveningfromtheExchangeDay.TheseGuestsincludedMayor CahillBJid hiscityofficials,theCommonCouncilAldermenandCollegeofficials.-DeanWassenaarformallywelcomedalltothecampus.-MayorCahillthankedS.A.fortheHospitality.He salid thathehopedthatthecollegeandthecommunitycouldenjoythegrowinggoodfeelingsbetweenthetwo.-Jim addressed theproblemofchild care inthecollegecommunity,heexplainedthathe was notaddressingthechildcarebillassuch.HeexplainedthatacommitteewasformedlastMaytoresearchthe feasibility ofachildcarecenteroncampus.HealsoexplainedthatS.A.cannotmakethe dReision astothelocationofthecenter.PeterDevine-Peterisstartingtoformthebudgetcouncilfornextsemester,Pleasetalkitupbecausethecouncilneedsstudentsatlarge.Anyoneinterested shouad seePeter.-ConcerningtheRaquetBalltournement,therewillbeanadintheOswegoianwithalltheinformationabouttheevent.Fixxissaturday,Dec.1statLakerhall,talkitup.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationstateuniversity 'Prud"nt Senate20thLegislativeSession19thMeeting December 5,1984Presidentof SenateWalterBowler-Saidthatthismeetingwasahistoricalmoment.Hewaspleasedwiththeturnout.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-TherewillbeameetingMon.Dec.3rd,inordertodiscussstatusofbill48.Finance-Thecommitteewillspeakonbillsastheycomeup.StudentServices-isworkingonupdatingtheStudentAssociationpamplet.MeetingisMon.at4:30.ElectionsNoreport.SunyAffairs-PlanstohelpDaveRothstienwiththeletterwritingcampaigntotheGovernor. communipy -PlanstoworkonanevaluationoftheExchangeprogram.WorkingonanExchangewiththeHighschoolsfornextsemester.AlsoworkingonaBigBand OffCampusCommittee-Dec.1stparkingordinancegoesintoeffect,feesare5dollarsforparkingand$25forthetow.TeaandCoffeeintheunionLobbywillbefrom10:0012:00onMondays.EnvironmentCommittee-Wantstomakeitselfasub-committeeofStudentServices.PPBDirector-PoliceAcademywillbeplayingintheballroomNov.30thatat7& 9. RebelWithoutaCausewillbeplayingat7:30in101LaniganHallTues.WestSideStorywillbeintheTavernSat.Dec.1stat3& 9130. TheFixxWillbeatLakerHallat8:00Dec.1st.FacultyAssemblySenator-TheMarinescienceminorwasnotapprovedbecauseofhiddenrequirements.PolicyonCheatinggoesupatthenextmeeting.SASUDelegate-EachSenatorisexpectedtohave25letterstotheGovernorbynextsenatemeeting.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of tl."'Vice-pmiJ"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember5,1984OLDBUSINESSPresidentoftheSenateBill51-Thebillwastabledaftermuchdebate.Mostoftheproblemswiththebillstemedfromthefactthattheamountofmoneyaskedforwastobe baken outoftheSurplusAccount.Mostfeltthatthesurplusaccountshouldonlybeusedforlongtermgoalsnottopayadebt.Bill53-Billpassedbyavoteof26y,On,4a.DanRobinsonspokeinfavorofthebill,explainingthattheconferenceinquestiontobefunded cou1d helptheCollegeincreaseitsminoritypopulation.LaurelDurhansaidthattherewouldbevaluableinformationtobegainedfromtheconference.Billpassedwiththestipulationthatthepeoplewhoattendtheconference submiba reporttotheSenate.Meetingwasadjournedat 9120. ClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126p'1015'9"esc?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of tl"CVice-pyes;j".. tStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember12,1984MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe19thMeetingwascalledtoorderatWaterburyHallat6:20.Rollwastaken,thefollowingwereabsent:JenniferCarey,Allison Stratford,DanRobinson,ConradRidgill,ScottPosnerandDanRenehan.RobertNicklinandKathyParkerwereabsentwithproxy.DeeHagemannwassworninasSenatorreplacingJimTaravellarepresentingCayugaHall.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bill48waswithdrawn,.bill49wastabled,bill54wasbroughtuponspecialorderswith Robert Ghosiopickingupsponsorship-billwaslatertabled,resolution26wasbroughtuponspecialorderswithRobGhosioandDianeGilliganpickingupsponsorship,andbills56and57wereaddedtonewbusiness,aswasresolution26.Theminuteswhereapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:onpagesoneandthreethespellingofLaurellDurham,.onpagetwothespellingofDavidRothstein.AldermanJohnCanalewaspresentatthemeetingandaddressedthesenatepriortotheexecutivereports.LynnChadwickmadeamotiontomovetheannouncementsupfromtheendofeachsenatemeetingtojustaftertheexecutivereports,andchangethenametoAnnouncementsandPublicComment.Thetimeconstraintsofthisperiodwouldbelefttothediscretionofthechair.Motionpassedbyavoteof16y,3n,2a.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-ThankedWaterburyHallforhostingthesenatemeeting.-Gaveaninformativetalkonchildcare.SaidthattheOswegoChildCareCommitteewasformedinMayof1984inordertofindoutiftherewasaneedforchildcareontheOswegocampus.Thecommittedecidedthatthereisaneedforchildcareoncampusduetotherisingnumberofnon-traditionalstudentsetc.Thechildcareprojecthasrecieveda30,000dollargrantfromNewYorkState.JimhandedoutainformativepackettoallsenatorsaboutthechildcareprojectandwhatRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126'O'S'2"Coo.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatepage2StudentAssociation Office of 'lJice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20th Legislative Session20thMeetingDecember12,1984theproject Jimalsostatedthatthecenterwouldbeanexcellentopportunityforinternships.-Therewillbenospecialsessionat5:30nextweek(20thmeeting) -AskedthesenatetothinkaboutaretreatatFallbrookattheendofwinterbreak.thiswouldinvolvecomingbackacoupleofdaysearlyfromvacation.-TheAthleticAdvisoryCouncilhasbeenformedandneedssomestudentsonit.-WilliamR.TuckerscholarshipsavailablefromAuxiliaryServicesareavailablein508CulkinHallaredueinFeb.22,1984.thereare10ofthese$500scholarships.-Wantstohaveasurveytopassoutatspringregistration.thissurvaywouldbeofstudentneedsfromStudentAssoc.-TheSASUDelegateseatwillbeopennextsemester.-Dec13thfrom11to therewillbeamealtoraisemoneyforEthiopiaintheUnionforadollar.-Passedoutcanisterstocollectmoneyforeithiopiatosenators.Pleasecollectasmuchasposible.-FridayDec.9ththeGreatLakerswilltakeon atlakerHallat7pm. ComeoutandsupporttheGreatLakers.PeterDevine-S.A.Christmastreeneedsdecorations!-Wantsacommitteetomakeupanadvicepacketfornewsenators.-ConcerningCentro,Petewantstomakeupagrievanceformat.AlsoCentro'sofficenumberis342-3400,callthemupifyouhaveaproblemwiththeservice.-EnrollmentwillbedownnextfalltothepointthatS.Awilltakein35,000dollarslessinfees.Therewillbeameetingafterthesenatemeetingtodiscusswhatthiswillmeanfornextyear'sbudgetetc.WalterBowler-ConcerningtheAdmissionscouncil,theywillbebringinganassessmentoftheAdmissionsMinorityrecruitmentplanbefortheFacultyAssembly.Walterwillbringitbeforethesenate.-FinanceChairisvacant,applicationswillbeaccepteduntilfriday Dec. 9th.-LatinosAnnualDinnerisSat.Dec.10that7pmintherestuarant.Priceis$3.50.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Qts1" 5jQaQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of CU'ice-Preg;jlmt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember12,1984COMMITTEEREPORTSRulesNoreport. Finance -Chairisvacant.StudentServices-noreport.Page3PresidentoftheSenateElectionsHasabillinthepacketwiththedatesforthespringelections. SUNy AffairsNoreport.CommunityRelationsNoreport.OffCampusCommitteeNoreport.PPBDirector-FixxConcertwentwell.RomancingthestonewillintheballroomFri.Dec. 1th at7and9pm.RudolpftheRedNosedReindeerwillbeinthetavernat3and9:30onSat.Dec8th.FacultyAssemblySenator-DrRadleyaddressedtheassembly.cheatingandPlagiarismpolicywassentbackagain.SurplusNoreport.SASUDelegate-pleasegetyourletterstoGovernorin.OLDBUSINESSBill52-lly,4n,3a.TheSurplusCommitteedidn'tthinkthebillwassurplusexpenditure.JimDingleypointedoutthatthereisnopolicyonwhatcanandcan'tbeconsideredasurplusexpenditure.HealsopointedoutthatS.A.isgovernedbythenotforprofitlaws,sothesurplusisnotsupposedtoexist.Jimalsoappealedtothesenatetogivetheatheleticsfullsupport.healsosaidthathewouldliketoseethemealsfortheStudentsinvolvedinathleticsduringtheintersession.LynnChadwickpointedoutthatconsistancywasthemajorpoint.ShestatedthatifwefundRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131269

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Officii: of '1IicIi:-PruiJ<:nt stateuniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember12,1984PresidentoftheSenatePage4athleticsthenwewillhavetofundtheotherswhocorneforthetypeoffunding.RobGhosiopointedoutthatineffectS.Awasraisingitscornrnittrnenttoathleticsfrom25%ofthebudgetto26%withthepassageogthisbill.Bill52passed.Bill51-Afterbeingtabledlastweekthisbillwaspassedbyavoteofl4y,On,la.PeterDevineexplainedthattheservicesinquestionfromCentroBusCompanyareserviceswhichwedidnotbudgetfor,andthatthereisnootherplacetotakethemoneyfromtopaythebillbuttheSurplusAccount.LynnChadwicksaidthatwehavetopayCentroandergedthatsomeonecallthequestion.MichaelNemecekcalledthequestion.Resolution26-PassedbyavoteofAcclamation.Thisresolutionwasbroughtupbecausethelastresolutionconcerningthelibraryhoursdutywasnotcarriedout.ANNOUNCEMENTS-The20thSenatemeetingwillbebackhorneinroom212Union.-SenatemeetingwillbeatHartHallFeb.13,1984.Meetingwasadjournedat9:20.Respectfullysubmitted, Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary6,1985atOswegoMinutesThe20thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.Rollwastaken,thefollowingwereabsent:DanRobinson,EricRitter,PaigeMurray,ScottPosner,RalphAprea,DanRenehanandBerniMahony.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bill54wasbroughtoffthetable,bill49wastabled,bill56waswithdrawn,bill57wastabled,LynnChadwickandJenniferCareypickedupsponsorshipofbill59,RobGhosiopickedupsponsorshipofbill58,bill60wasbroughtuponspecialordersaswasresolution27withHelenKeierpickingupsponsorship.TheMinuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-WilliamR.TuckerScholarshipsarestillavailablein503CulkinHall,applicationsaredueinFeb.22.-TheS.A.RetreatatFallbrookwillbeJan.27&28,arrangementsforoncampusstudentstomoveintotheirroomsearlywillbemade.Theissueswillincludeourbudgetcrisis,groupcohesivenessandwomen'sissuesamoungothers.-AppointedJeffJonesandDianeGilligantotheAthleticAdvisoryCommittee.SASUDelegateSeatisopen.-OneoftheFacultyAssemblySenatorshasresigned,seatisopen.-StatueinfrontofSheldonHallwillbefixed.-TheS.A.ChristmaspartywillbeFri.Dec.14thatW.3rdandOniedast.-Issuesfornextsemesterwillincludeissuesforstudentrights,thepassageofthebudgetwithlessrevenueavailable,theschoolcalender,childcareandmorerepresentationonFacultyAssembly.PeterDevine-CheckcashingclosesforthesemesterDec.13th.Asforthebudget,wewillhaveabout$30,000lesstobudgetout.-EveryoneseriouslyconsiderattendingtheRetreat.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary6,1985atOswegoPage2WalterBowler-SenateMeetingonFeb.13willbeatHartHall.Wehavetodosomethingaboutminorityrecruitment(listedare % ofpopulationsatvariousschoolsofminoritystudents)35%OldWestbury5%Plattsburg4.5Purchase2.2%OswegoThismaybeFacultystaffrelated.COMMITTEEREPORTSRulesNoreport.FinanceNoreport.StudentServicesNoreport.Elections-Thereisabillinthepacket and. everythingseemstoberunningsmoothly.CommunityRelationsNoreport.OffCampusCommittee-Noreport.SUNYAffairs-Therewillbealetterwritingcampaignfrom10-2Dec.14intheUnionlobby.PPBDirector-Noreport.FacultyAssemblySenatorNoreport.SurplusCommittee-Noreport.SASUDelegate-DaveRothsteinwilldeliverletterstotheGovernor'sofficeJanuary7th,hehas400lettersatpresent.TheGovernorisconsideringatuitionincrease.OLDBUSINESSBill54-Thebillwasanattendancepolicy.ThebillfailedbyavoteoflOy,lIn,3a.Afterthefailureofbill54RobGhosiomadeamotiontomakethepresentattendancepolicypartofthebylawsoftheStudentAssociationConstitution.Motionpassedbya2/3rollcallvote.Bill55-Bill55"abillconcerningthespringelectionclearlypassed.LindaHoohadexplainedthatthebillfollowedtheConstitutiontotheletter.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126aFC1001

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3studentAssociation Office of tlte'1Jice-p,.e,,;Jent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary6,1985Bill60-ThisbillchangesthepercentageoftheS.A.operatingbudgetthatwouldgotoathleticsfrom25%to26%.BillpassedwiththestipulationthattheSenatebecommittedtothestatedfigureuntilthebudgetaryproblemathandissolved.Billpassedbyavoteof19y,ln,laoResolution27-ThisresolutionconcerningthevandalizedSheldonstatuepassedbyavoteofAcclamation.Resolution28-ThisresolutionpassedbyavoteofAcclamationwithcarboncopiesbeingsenttoallappropriateorganizations.MeetingwasAdjournedat9:05. ClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of tl."'P"""iJ"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary13,1985MinutesThe21stMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:15.PresidentoftheSenateThefollowingweresworninasSenators:TonyFerrer,GlennHurlock,LucyCollins,DebbieDelgado,ClaireLoomis.Rollwas.takenwiththefollowingabsent:MichaelMazzella,DanRobinson,RobertNicklin,KathyParkerandDanRenehan.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bill49wastableduntilfurthernotice,bill57wastabled,bill62wasbroughtuponspecialorderswithMichaelPoolepickingupsponsorshipofthebillandbill64wasbroughtuponspecialorders.TheMinuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVE REPORTS JimDingley-Jimwelcomedeveryonebackfrombreak,rappedabouttheS.A.retreatwhichtookplaceJanuary27th&28th.-ConcerningtheSUNYBudget,Therewon'tbeatuitionorroomincrease,thoughtherewillbebudgetcutsfortheCommunityColleges.TherewillalsobeFacultycuts-ithasnotbeensaidyetifOswegowillloseandFacultyduetothis.-ConcerningtheFederalBudget,Gov'tislookingtocut2.3billiondollarsfromfinancialaids,alsoislookingtoputa$4000ceilingonallfinancialaid recipientR, TheGov'talsowantstoputa$32,500incomeceilingforguaranteedStudentLoanrecipients.-JimwillbeholdingapressconferenceintheUnionLobbyFeb.18thThiswillbeconcerningfinancialaidposiblecuts.thiswillalsokickoffaletterwritingcampaign.SASUwillbeinvolvedinthis.-Jimmadethefollowingappointments:MichaelNemecekashisnewassistant,MichaelPooleandDaveMcNallyasthenewFacultyAssemblyDelegates.PeterDevine-ReadaletterfromMayorCahillthankingtheS.A.foritshospitalityonexchangeday.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate Page 2StudentAssociation Offic" of fl"1/,'c,,-pres;)"nf StateuniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary13,1985-Budgetrequestswereduetoday(February6th)thisyearthebudgetbookswillhavepagenumbersandatableofcontents.Therewillalsobetheproblemofbudgetingthesameamountofactivitiesaslastyearwithlessmoneyduetothefallingenrollment.-MandatoryS.A.Referendumcomesupthisyear.-Reguardingtherefrigerationservice,therefrigeratorsweremovedtothebasementofLakerHallonSun.Feb.10anditwasnotedthatmanywereinoperable. possibilityofafeeforparttimestudentstohelpbridgegapinthebudget.-theExecutivebranchwillbringabillbeforetheSenatetopayforthemealsprovidedattheretreat.WalterBowler-discussedproblemsinSouthAfricaandneedtodivestfromu.S.firmswhodobusinessthere.-Referendum-thisisthe year thestudentsvoteonthemandatoryfeeonthiscampus.TheSUNYAffairs conunit teewillworkonthisalthoughthehelpofallsenatorsisessential.-MeetingforFebruary13thwillbeheldinroom212oftheunioninsteadofHartHalllounge.-Currentlyworkingongettingavotingstudentrepresentativeoneverycouncilof the FacultyAssembly.-ContinueddiscussiononSouthAfrica.TheplansarefordivestmentoftheS.A.(alreadyacomplished)passageofbill66,topreventS.A.fromeverputtingmoneyintoabankinvolvedinsouthAfrica,andthenpassageofsimilarmeasuresintheotheragenciesandorganizationsonthecampus.-February13willbeMiss-a-MealdayandtheproceedswillgotoanEthiopianrelieffundconnectedwiththeUnitedWay.-ThePhonathonwillbeFeb.25ththroughMarch7thpleaseconsiderdonatingsometimetothisworthwhilecause.Theyneed60peopleanight.ANNOUNCMENTSANDPUBLICCOMMENT1.TheBedRaceisscheduledforApril21st.startinfrontofCulkinHall.TherewillmeetingFeb.11forallinterested.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Itisscheduledtobeaninformational

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationOffie .. of ..'Vice-p,..g;J.. ntstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary13,1985PresidentoftheSenatePage32.TheSenatewouldliketoseeaformalreportonhowtheathleticmealswhenoverinter-session.TheSenatewouldliketoknowifitwasutilizedtoitsfu.11est.3.Theoswegoniantypesetterbrokedowntoday(feb.6)therewillbe a billcomingtotheSenatetopayfortherepairs.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-MeetingswillbeMondaysat4:00.Finance-WillbemeetingsometimebeforethenextSenateMeeting.StudentServices-thecommitteeisworkingonaupdatedpampletonStudentAssociationwithPeterDevine.Elections-TherewillbeanadintheOswegoniantomarrow(feb7)statingthatpetitionsfortheupcomingS.A.springelectionareavailable.SUNYAffairs-Noreport.CommunityRelations-CheckoutWinterFestival.OffCampusCommittee-Noreport.PPBDirector-BachelorPartyintheballroomat7&9Fri.Feb.8,TaxiDriverintheTavern3&9:30Sat.Feb.9,MyBloodyValentineinLaniganat7:30Tu.es.Feb.12,alsointheUnionLobbynextdayat3:00,Lectures-LisaBirabach7intheBallroomFeb.18th,AlexHaleyintheballroomat8Thurs.Feb.28.positionsarenowavailableonallPPBcommitteesapplicationsareavailableinthePPBofficetheyareduebacktothePPBofficeFeb.18th.FacultyAssemblySenator-MetMonday,discussedtopicsforthissemester.Surplus-MeetingWed.at5:15.SASUDelegate Noreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationOffice of 'lIice-pregdent stateuniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary13,1985OLDBUSINESSPresidentoftheSenatePage4Bill58-Thebillwaspassedbyavoteofl2yIn,7aafternumerouschangesandmuchdiscussion.Thebillinitsfinalformsetaminimumgradepointaverage(cumulative)ofa2.0torunandholdaS.A.office.Bill59-Therewasachangeintheamountofthebillfrom2,000to$4000.Peterexplainedtherationalebehindthepurposeofthisbill(transfering$4,000fromFixedassetsaccounttocontingencyaccount).Billpassedbyavoteofl8y,On,la.Bill61-Billprovidedanincreaseinsalaryforourbookeeperandreceptionist.Billclearlypassed.Bill62-BillwastocovertheincreaseininsurancerateforSAVAC.Billpassedbyavoteofl6y,In,la.Bill64 -Thisbillcameuponspecialoders,itprovidedthe makeupofthe1985-86budgetcouncil.TherewasonechangeinthebillLizTylerwas deleted. RobGhosiowasadded.Billwaspassedbyl4y,2n,3a.Meetingwasadjournedat"9:l0.Respectfullysubmitted, Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" oftl."'t/ic,,-P,,,siJ,,nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary20,1985MinutesThe22ndMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.PresidentoftheSenateRollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:DanEdwards,ConradRidgill,ElizabethPage,DianeGilligan,MichaelMazzellaandRobertNicklin.Thefollowingwereabsentwithproxy:KathyParker,RalphApreaandDeniseBuermann.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bill57-JulieSchwartzpickedupsponsorship(MichaelNemecekcouldnotsponsorthebillanylongerbecauseheisnolongerasenator)Theorderofbusinesswaschangedsothatbill63washeardfirst,bill68wasaddedtotheagendaasnewbusiness,bill69wasalsoaddedtotheagendaasnewbusinessonspecialorders,BSUwasaddedassubmitterofbill66.Theminuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-ThereisataskforceinvestigatingGreekLifebeingformed.Thetaskforcewillbemadeupof2students,1administratorand3faculty.StudentAssociation !. appointedthetwostudentstositonthiscommittee.TheStudentsappointedwereKorinnaOsborneandYuvalBarkokhba.-ConcerningAuxiliaryServices,Washersanddryers,twoofeachwillbeinstalledintheUnionfortheuseofoffcampusstudentsthissemester.TuckerScholarshipsarestillavailablein508culkinhall,theyaredueinFeb.22.TheMiss-a-MealforEthiopiahasdonewell1123studentsparticipatedintheprogram.-JimVETOEDbill64,Pleaseconsiderotherbill(69)initsplace.-TheReaganAdministrationhasproposedthefollowingfederalfinancialaidcuts:aceilingonGSLs$32,500,25,000ceilingonworkstudypelletc.-ThePressConferenceofFinancialAidwillbeMondayFeb.18that12:00pmintheUnionLobby.ThisistokickoffaletterwritingcampaignwhichwillgoMon.throuhfri0help.Room205HewittUnion_126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of the'Vice-pmiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary20,1985PresidentoftheSenatePage2 -ConcerningSASU,TherewillbeaLegislativeConferenceinAlbanyFeb.23through26.Theconferencewillfeatureworkshopsondivestment,the21drinkingageandFinancialaid.FormoreinformationseeMichaelNemecek.ThereisalsoaconferenceMarch15-18inWashington.-DeanSpencersentareplytoourlibraryresolutionhesaidthatthelongerhoursarestillunderconsideration.-ThePostofficefortheUnioniscoming.-ThereisanopeningontheAuxiliaryServicesBoardofdirectors.-ThereisonepossiblytwopositionsopenedontheS.A.Supremecourt.-ThereareveryfewpeopleconsideringrunningforS.A.offices-talkitup.PeterDevine-BudgetCouncilstartsSat.Feb.16th.Therewillbeschedulepostedintheoffice.Thurs.Feb.14at5:00willbetheorientationmeeting.-Thereisaclubwhichwasorganizedlastsemesteraskingforfundingthissemestertonight(bill63)-IntroducedtheS.A.bookeepertotheSenate,Mrs.CyndiaDonovan.WalterBowler-SenateMeetingwillbeatHartHallnextweek,23rdMeetingFebruary20th.-PhonathonisFeb.25ththroughMarch thisachancetotalktothealumniandbeapartofagroupeffort.PeerRecruitmentneedsvolunteers,applicantsmusthaveatleasta2.5GPA,applicationsareavaiablein211CulkinuntilMarch4th.AppointedTomRussoashisVicePresidentialassistant.ShowedafilmonApartheid,inordertoeducatethesenate.ANNOUNCEMENTSAND PUBLIC COMMENTTherewillbeanorganizationalmeetingconcerningtheBedRaceMondayFeb.18that3:00.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-Talkedaboutthebillsinthepacket,willspeakonthemastheycomeup.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126015pc,999'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of tl."'Vic,,-p""";j,,nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswego20thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary20,1985Finance-Willspeakonthebillsastheycomeup.StudentServices-MeetingMon.3:30.PresidentoftheSenatePage3Elections-ThepetitionsaredueinMonday,slategoesuptuesday.SUNYAffairs-NoReport.CommunityRelations-NeedsanewChair.OffCampusCommittee-NoReport.PPBDirector-Positionsareavailableoneverycommittee,applicationsaredueintothePPBofficebyFeb.18th.Feb.15thisVideoDanceNight9-1intheballroom,feb16that3and9:30isLoveStoryintheTavern,Feb.18thisLisaBirabachintheballroomat7pm,Feb28thintheballroomat8pmisAlexHaley.FacultyAssemblySenator-MeetingisMondayat3pmTopicswillbeResolutiononSouthAfricaandabillonrecruitmentofMinorityFaculty.SurplusCommittee-Willhaveameetingat7pm.inroom529Senacahall,thisismandatory.SASUDelegate-NoReport.OLDBUSINESSBill65-ThisbillprovidesforthepurchaseoftwobeeperswhichtheWomen'scentercurrentlyrent.BothRulesandFinanceagreeditwasagooddeal.TheFinanceCommitteesaidthatthecostwouldbelessinthelongrun.Billclearlypassed.Bill57-Thisbillconcerningthecreationofanewelectedofficer(VicePresidentofAcademicAffairs)waswithdrawnduetothemanychangestothesponsorwishedtomakewhichchangedthewholeintentofthebill.Bill63-Thisbillprovidesforthefundingofaclubwhichgotorganizedlastsemesteraskingforfundingforthissemester.ThepassedbothinRulesandFinance.BilJpassedbyavoteof21y,la,On.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dr.915)aG?aGO?

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offi"e oftI,e'Vice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary20,1985PresidentoftheSenateBill66-Thisbill,condemingaparteidinSouthAfrica,demandedthatwetheStudentAssociationdivestfromallbanksdealingwithSouthAfrica.ThebillpassedinRules.Bill66passedbyavoteof22yOn,Oa,withtheamendmentthatthebillbesponsoredbytheentireSenate.Bill69-ThisbillwastoreplacetheVETOEDbill64outliningthemembersofthe1985-6bUdgetcouncil.billpassedbyavoteof17y,In,3a.Meetingwasadjournedat8:20pm. ectfullySubmitted, ,/ d/? ) 12:'7.'UNrU:':/ID'vi.-'dS',C"" aineBurgess, Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''015'2'1960'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociation Offic" of tI."'1I;c,,-pruiJ" ..tstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary27,1985MinutesThe23rdMeetingwascalledtoorderinHartHallat6:10.JodiDriscollandKathyBurkeweresworninasSenators.wastakenwiththefollowingabsent:RobGhosio,ElizabethMikepoole,RalphAprea,MichaelMazzella,DanRobinsonBuermann,andMarySharkey.ThefollowingwereabsentwithKathyParker.RollPage,Deniseproxy:Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:Bill67wastabled,resolution28wastabled,bill71wasbroughtuponspecialorders,bill72wasbroughtuponspecialoderswithDianeGilliganandJenniferCareyandbill73wasbroughtuponspecialorders.Minuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-GavesomethoughtsontheupcomingS.A.election,hesaidthatitisadisgracethatonly5peoplerunningfor33senatorialseats.Iftheseatsarenotfilledthenewofficerswon'tbeabletodobusiness.-Therewillbetablinginthelibraryfrom7pm-8pmMon.thursofnextweekinordertogetstudentsignaturesprotestingbudgetcuts.ThisisaS.A.priorityproject.PeterDevine-BudgetCouncilisgoingwell,thoughitstakinglongerthananticipated,thecouncilwillbecomingtothesenatewithsolidreccommendations.-MetwiththeKeyBankmanager,startingApril1st.therewillbeachargeonallcheckschashedinCheckCashing.Thischargeistopayforthebank'sservices.CheckCashingwillhaveadsintheOswegonianto get thewordouttothestudentbody.-Foundanewpayrollcompany,ElectronicAutomatedServices.thispayrollcompanyischeaperandhasbetterservicestosuitS.A.'Sneeds.-ThereisabillinthepacketconcerningpayingtheUnionstudentdirectorforthepurposesofopeningtheUnionearlyfor bUGget Room205HewittUnion_Oswego.ew Y'ork 13126P''015'RC?aCQ?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2 Of[;"" of tI,,,'11;",,-pr""iJ"nf atOswegoStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary27,1985SASU-March11,1985therewillbeapressconferenceforSTOP21,tokickoffAlcoholAwarenessWeek.-30PeopleshoweduptothelastSASUchaptergeneralinterestmeeting.Theproposedfederalfinancialaidcutswilleffectabout2millionstudents,itwouldeffect1/3ofthestudentswhoattendSUNYOswego.-Divestmentishappenningallacrossthestate,inS.A.sfacultyassembliesandinAuxiliaryServiceCorps.WalterBowler-TheelectionslatewentuptuesdayFeb.19th.-CommunityRelationsCommitteeandSUNYAffairsCommitteebothneedchairs,deadlineforapplicationsisMon.Feb.25th.InnerHallCouncilwillmeetTuesdayintheUnionat7pminroom223.TopicswillincludethealcoholpolicyandtheS.A.referendum. Therewillbeabillinthepacketnextweektofundpublicityforthereferendum.ANNOUNCEMENTSANDPUBLICCOMMENT1.PleasekeepThursdaynightsopenforthebUdgetsenatehearingscomingup.Wewillneedtheextrasessions.2.TuckerScholarshipsarestillavailablein508culkinhall,untilFeb.22.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-Noreport.FinanceNoreport.Elections-Theslateisupandthingsaregoingalongasplanned.FacultyAssemblySenator-DivestmentResolutioncouldnotbeheardduetoitspoliticalnature.Surplus-NoReport.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dr'9'5'0'19

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office 01 fl.e'1!ice-pres;Jenf StateUniversityCollege at OswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary27,1985OLDBUSINESSPresidentoftheSenatePage3Bill68-ThisbillconcerningthemealsfortheS.A.RetreatwasapprovedbyfinanceCommittee,clearlypassedwithminimaldiscussion.Bill71-ThisbillconcerningthepaymentofthestudentdirectoroftheHewittUnionovertimeforopenningtheUnionearlyforthebudgetcouncilpassedbyavoteof23y,2a,On.Bill72-Thisbillconcerningthefundingof4SASUchaptermemberstogototheconferenceinAlbanypassedwiththestipulationthataformalreportbemadebacktothesenatewithintwoweeksaftertheconference.Billpassedbyavoteof17y,4a,On.Bill73-Thisbillconcerningthehoursthepollswillbeopenforthe1985Springelectionspassedbyavoteof17y,3a,On.ThehoursthepollswillbeopenarelOamtoSpmonMarch18thand19th.Meetingwasadjournedat7:50pm.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork131269''915'2"Of0'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of '1Iice-p,eg;Jent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch6,1985MinutesThe24thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.PresidentoftheSenateThefollowingwereswowninasSenators:Joann andJanineFrainier.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:LauraDonnelly,ConradRidgill,ElizabethPage,ClaireLoomis,MikePoole,RalphAprea,BrandonStratford,MichaelMazzella,DanRobinson,DeniseBuermann,JodiDriscollandKathyBurke.Thefollowingwereabsentwithproxy:KathyParkerandTerryPollack.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:bill67waswithdrawn,LynnChadwickandTonyFerrerpickedupsponsorshipofbill74-specialorders,LynnChadwickpickedupsponsorshipofbill75-specialorders,JanineFrainierpickedupsponsorshipofbill79-specialorders,LynnChadwickpickedupsponsorshipofbill80-specialordersandDianeGilliganpickedupsponsorshipofresolution29.Minuteswereapprovedunchanged.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-CalledanExecutiveSessionforthepurposesofdiscussingtheAffirmativeActionProgramwhichisintheplanningstages.-ToddBeilspokeabouthisintershipwithS.A.,histitleisProjectsCoordinator.HespokeoftheLibraryprojectandhowitisgoing.Sofar650peoplehavesignedthelibrarypetitions,heishopingfor1000bytheendofthweek.ToddalsoplanstoworkonHousingforforeignstudentsintheSummer.PeterDevine-Therewasanincidentonthepubcrawlovertheweekendwherestudentsrippedoutthebackdoorofthebusanddistroyedthesigns.IfthisdamagecontinuestheCentroservicewillnot.Centroplanstohavesecruritypeopleridingthebusesthisweekend,andifthereareanyproblemsonthebusthedriverisinstructedtodrivestraighttothepolicestation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''9'5'9"apo?

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office oftI.eCVicc-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch6,1985PresidentoftheSenatePage2 -PleasegetpeopletovoteYESfortheS.A.FeeReferendumonMarch18thand19th.-BudgetCouncilisgoing,andgoing,andgoing.ThecouncilisfacingtheproblemofprojectingadeficityearratherthanraisetheS.A.feeinareferendumyear.-Wehavetoconsiderthefuture.Dowewanttoputaparttimeactivityfeeintoeffect.WalterBowler-Thereare2openningsintheS.A.SupremeCourtforAssociateJustices.ThedeadlineforapplicationsisMarch15th.-OffCampusCouncilmeetingsarescheduledfortuesdaysat5:30inroom223HewittUnion.-ChuckWeekswillspeakingtotheSenateMarch6thonResidenceHallself-sufficiency.-AppointedJohnNemecektotheCommunityrelationsChair. AppointedDianeGilligantotheStudentServices.-Ruleschairisopen,DavidMcNallywillbetheactingchairintheinterum.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-Committeeneedsachairperson,anyinterestedseeWalter.Finance-NoReport.StudentServices-DianeGilliganisthe rtew chairperson.Elections-TherewillbeaopenforumwiththeS.A.candidatesMarch13thintheUnionlobby.CommunityRelations-JohnNemecekisthenewchairperson.OffCampusCommittee-Needsachairperson.PPBDirector,in the sat.andfrinights.SurplusCommitteeNoreportSASU-WillbeissuingawrittenreportontheconferenceinAlbany.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pr'915'9'19'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offi"" of tl."'1/i",,-pr"siJ"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch6,1985OLDBUSINESSPresidentoftheSenatePage3bill70-ThisbillconcernedwithgivingtheboardofWOCRsalariesbasedontheamountmadeoverWOCR'sincomelinefailed.TheconsensuswasthatWOCRisastudentorganizationnotabusinessandthatsalariesbasedontheprofitsovertheincomelinewouldchangetheorganization'sintentionsfromaeducationalprogramtoaprofitmakingentity.Atthispointthemeetingwasadjournedbecauseoflackofquorum(17).8:30.Respectfullysubmitted, ClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Q'5915'0'19921

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-p,esiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSessionSpecialSession(budgetratifications)March7,1985MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10PresidentoftheSenateRollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:LauraDonnelly,MikePooleRalphAprea,MikeMazzella,DanRobinson,HectorDennis,LucyCollins,DebbieDelgado,DeniceBuermann,JodiDriscoll.GailMarkumwassworninasaSenatorfromOnondaga.Themeetingwasclosedforashorttimetodiscusssomeproblemsconcerningthestatusofthebudget.TherewasamotionmadetoratifythebusinessoftheMeetingonWed.March6th,thispassedbyavoteof15y3n,Oa.Quoromwaslowered.StateSingersThisbUdgetwaspassedasreccomendedbythebudgetcouncil, music $265,Publicity$75,Equipment0,thetotalallocationpassedwas$340. Chamber SingersBudgetpassedasreccommendedbythebudgetcouncil:Publicity$100,Music$345,foratotalallocationof$445.CornerStoreAmotionwasmadetobottomlinethebudgetreccommendation,thisclearlypassedforatotalallocationof$85,987.82withaincomelineof$85,987.82foranetallocationof$0.LatinosTherewasachangeintheincomelinefortheannualdinner.NonS.A.ticketsforthiseventwerechangedto$4.50from$4.00,thustheincomelinefortheeventcametoatotalof$405for30nonS.A.and90S.A.tickets.Therestoftheaccountswerepassedasreccommended.Thetotalallocationwas$1,592.30,withaincomelineof$405foranetallocationof$1,187.30.CheerleadersThecheerleaderswereallocated12skirts@$503.40and4 pornpoms@34.00plus14.50foranyextracharges.Theirtransportationrequestwasallocatedat-0-aswasreccommendedbythecouncil.Theywerefundedformealsat3gamesX$3X12people=108Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P'(0151gs,aG9'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation /,elf'Y) ISttU .tC11 t eVice-rresident ae y0egeuwegoSenate20thLegislativeSessionSpecialSessionPresidentoftheSenatePage2Cheerleaders(continued)Thecoachingrequestwasbudgetedat-0-aswasreccommendedbythecouncil.TheSenatesuggestedthattheytrytofindastudentmanager.Totalallocation-659.90SailingThesailingbudgetpassedasreccommendedbythecouncil,forabottomlineof1703.65SEEPThisbudgetwaspassedasreccommendedbythecouncil,foranallocationof$623.03BSUThisbudgetwaspassedasitwasreccommendedbythecouncil.Meetingadjournedat8:00.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''O'Gb9'1gSO?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Officeoftlte'Vicep"esiJent stateUniversityCollege dswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession26thMeetingMarch13,1985MinutesThe25thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.PresidentoftheSenateRollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:PhilWhite,ElizabethPage,MikePoole,RalphAprea,MikeMazzella,DanRobinson,BerniMahony,HecterDennis,DebbieDelgado,DeniceBuermann,MarySharkey.PattiNadareskiandDaveSaileweresworninasSenators.Theagendawasapprovedunchanged,asweretheminutes.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingleyOnthetopicofthependingAffirmativeActionpolicy,Jimansweredaquestionbroughtupatthelastmeeting.Womendofallundertheprotectedclass.-BlackHistoryWeekandWomen'sWeekarebothinfullswing.-Fri.March8thintheHewittUnionRestaurantistheEbonyandIvoryDance.-Dueththeeffortswhichhavebeenmadethelibrarywillbeopenedforextendedhoursduringmidterms.thismeansthelibrarywillbeopened9extrahourseachweekendfortheMarch16/17andMarch23/24weekends.-YuvalBarkokhbaspoke.HegavetheSenateanupdateontheTaskForceontheQualityofGreeklifeatOswegoandwhatthehavebeenaskedtoresearch.Yuvalexplainedthatthecommitteeisafactfindingbody.ThecommitteeistoeventuallymakeareccommendationtoDr.Radley.PeterDevine-TheBudgetproceedingsaretostarttonight(3/6)eventhoughthebudgetcouncilhasnotfinisheditsprocessyet.-StartingApril1,1985CheckCashingwillbecharginga.10feeforeachcheckcashednotdrawnonKeyBank.-Petergaveanorientationofaproximatlyhowmuchthedificitcouldbe.SomesolutionstotheproblemcouldbetheinstatingofaparttimeS.A.fee,oraraiseintheS.A.feepaidnow,orthebudgetarydifference P':G'9"as?:

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONstudentAssociation O/h"" 01 tI."'1/;",,-pr"";}",,t stateUniversityCollegeatdswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession26thMeetingMarch13,1985PresidentoftheSenatePage2thecommittee.StripesCo.MarchOswego,NewYork13126ConcerningtheLibrary,ToddBeil,ProjectCoordinator,informedthesenatethat1400peoplesignedthepetitions(400morethanhopedfor).March12thisLibraryLobbyDayinAlbany-lookingfor3-5studentsinterestedtoattend.Thelibrarianswillbeprovidingthetransportation,anyoneinterestedcontactMaryLoeatex.4267.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-noreport.Finance-noreport.studentservices-noreport.Elections-Everythingisgoingasplanned,postersarecomingin,adsintheOswegoniannextweekandtheweekafter.CommunityRelations-Committee-Lookingformembers.OffCampus-JenniferCareywasappointedchairpersonofPPBDirector-SixteenCandlesintheBallroomFri.7&9.inthetavernSat,at3:30&9.ImpulseDance17that8:15attheOswegoHighSchool.FacultyAssembly-ThereisaBiologyandZoologymergerplanbeingconsidered.SurplusCommittee-ThecommitteeislookingintoTomLonnquist'splansforrenovatingtheUnion.SASU -noreport.OLDBUSINESSBill74-Thequestionwascalledimmediatelyforthisbillconcerningputtingthereferendumontheballotofthe1985Springelections.Billpassedbyavoteofl8y,On,Oa.Bill75-Thisbillclearlypassed,withlittlediscussion.DaveMcNallyandJenniferCareypickedupsponsorshipofthebill.Bill76-ThisbillconcerningthesubsidizingofthetwoexecutivesandtheDirectorofFinanceforstayinginOswegoovertheSummerduringtheirtermswastabled.Bill77-ThisbillfundingabandfortheBigBandNighttobeheldApril13thclearlypassed,withtheadditionofanincomelineforticketsales.Bill78Table
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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociation Offic" 01 CVic,,-pr""iJ",,t Page3stateUniversityCollege dswegoSenate20thLegilativeSession26thMeetingMarch13,1985Bill79-ThisbillconcerningthefundingoftheWomen'sStudiesConferencescheduledforApril19,20,21,requestsfundingof$3000.Billwastabledwiththesenateaskingtheexecutivetodoresearchonthebill.Bill80--Thisbillrequestedfundingforcalculatorsforthefinancedepartment.BillwassponsoredbyDianeGilligan,JulieSchwartz.PeterDevineelplainedthattheamountrequestedwasalimitedoffer,itwasagooddeal.Dianeexplainedthatwedidn'twantthefinancedepartmenttocountontheirfingersandtoes.Billpassedbyavoteof18y,On,Oa.Resolution28-ThiswasconcerningtheAnnualOpenHouse,andS.A.'ssupportofit.JenniferCareyandJulieSchwartzwereaddedassponsors.ResolutionpassedbyVoteofAcclamation.Resolution29-ThisresolutiondealingwiththeprospectofarmingtheCampuspoliceinthedaytimewastabledduetolackofinformation.Bill82-ThisbillconcerningthefundingofthePreLawSocietypassedbyavoteof18y,On,Oa.DanEdwardssponsoredthebill.Thisbillwasbroughtuponspecialorders.BudgetRatificationThefirstoftheS.A.organizationscametohaveitsbudgetratified. GreatLake Review-Thisorganizationwasfundedasreccomendedbythebudgetcouncil.TotalAllocation=3,726Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126p''0'$'9"eG01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation .. of fl..... pruiJ.. nfStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSessionSpecialSession(March14,1985BUdgetRatification)MinutesMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:30.PresidentoftheSenateRollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:HelenKeier,LauraDonnelly,JulieSchwartz,RalphAprea,DianeGillagan,BrandonStratford,DanRobinson,LucyCollins,DebbieDelgado,DeniceBuermann,KathyBurke,GailMarkum,JoannPalmerwasabsentwithaproxy.BUDGETRATIFICATIONSSENATETheSenatevotestobottomlinethebudgetbyavoteof14y,2n,laoThetotalallocationwasfor$10,562.52.EXECUTIVESenatevotedtobottomlinethisbudgetbyavoteof12y,3n,3a.Thetotalallocationwasfor$13,891.19.FINANCEDEPARTMENTTheFinanceDirectorsalarywasraisedabovethebudgetcouncil from$3600to3800aswasoriginallyrequested.Thefinacedepartmentassistantssalarywasloweredfromthebudgetcouncilreccommendationtotheamountof$2100,thisamounttobedividedbetween3assistants.Allotheraccountsinthisbudgetwereacceptedasreccommendedbythecouncil.OPERATIONSAND SERVICES Allaccountswereacceptedasreccommendedbybudgetcouncil.AllbutSASU,whichwasvotedtobepUlledoutofthisbudgetandbegivenitsownbudget.Thiswasdonesothattherestofthebudgetinquestioncouldbepassedwithoutaproblem.ThepeoplefromSASUwillbeupnextweektodefendtheirbudgetrequestAndthentheSASUrequestmaybediscussedonitsownmerits.ThebottomlineforOperstionandServiceswas$37,725.MRAThebudgetwasapprovedasfollows:Equipment-$1700asreccommended,Officials-$5,902.50asreccommended,Trophies-increasedto325.60,GolfGreenFees-$150asreccommended,officesuppliesincreasedfromthereccommendationto$10,StudentSecretary-$500asreccommended.Totalallocationwas$7,788.10Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126 Rbo,,? /215\a012691

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TUDENT SSOCIATION 14th O//ic" 0/ tI."'Vice-pm;}"nt BudgetRatifications(continued)PresidentoftheSenatePage2WTOPThebudgetwasapprovedasfollows:News -$75asreccomrnended,Programming-$4000asreccommended,Postage-$250asreccommended,Production-$74asreccornmended,Telephone-$400asreccornmended,maintenancecontingencyAccount-$5000asreccommended,BroadcastOperations-$2,015.10asreccommended,OfficeSupplies-$125asrecconunended.COMMUNITYSERVICES/LVABothgroupswerehappywiththerecconunendationsfromthecouncil,ThusthebudgetsforthesetwoorganizationswereapprovedbytheSenateasis.CommunityServicestotalallocation=$3,274.40LiteracyVolunteersofAmericatotalallocation=$478.31BITInSPURThebudgetwasapprovedasfollows:OfficesSupplies-$116.25asreccommended,Transportation-$934.50asreccommended,EntryFeesandTolls-480asreccomrnended,MealsandLodging-$1200asreccommended.Totalallocationwas$2,730.25.ISAThisorganizationwaspleasedwiththecouncilISreccommendationthustheSenatebottomlinedthebudgetatthecouncil'sreccommendation.Meetingasadjournedat10:15. SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of the'1!ice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeat6swegoSenate20thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch20,1985MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe26thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:PhilipWhite,LauraDonnelly,RobGhosio,Michaelpoole,RalphAprea,BrandonStratford,MichaelMazzella,DanRobinson,HectorDenis,DebbieDelgado,DeniseBuermann,TerryPollack,GailMarkum.DaveSailewasabsentwithproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:withdrawn,bill78-sponsors-JenniferCarey,Lucy79wastabled,TonyFerrer-sponsorshipofbill83,sponsorshipJenniferCarey,bill81tabled.TheMinuteswereapprovedunchanged.Bill76wasCollins,bill85,bill84-Dr.Radleyspoketothesenate.ShegavesomeofthehistoryofSUNYOswegoandsomeofthefuturegoalsofthecollegeaswellaswhatispresentlybeachievedatSUNYOswego.Shetookquestionsattheendofherspeech.EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingley-ConcerningAuxiliaryServices-TheBoardwillbeconsideringtheproposalfortheobservatory,whichhalffundingisbeingaskedoftheStudentAssociation.(SeeBillinpacket)TheBoardalsotabledTomLonnquist'srequestforfundingfortheUnionrenovations. FacultyAssembly,theproposalforthe oftheBiologyandZoologydepartmentswillbediscussedatthenextmeeting(Mon.).103LaniganHall3pm.-JaninewillgivearapontheWomen'sSaftyTaskForcenextmeeting.-JimcalledanexecutivesessionconcerningapersonnelproblemoftheStudentAssociation.Motionwasmade,aftertheopeningofthemeetingtofund$3,044.54forthebuildingofthenewwomen'sCenterofficesandoneotherofficeforS.A.fundedorS.A.recognizedorganizationsandclubs.Motionpassedbyavoteof19y,laOn.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131269''215'9"aco?

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Ofli"" of fl."'1!i""-p,,,giJenf stateUniversityCollegeatbswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch20,1985PresidentoftheSenatePage2PeterDevine-Thursday(March14th)Budgetcouncilwillmeet.TheSenatebudgethearingswillstartat6:30.-Referendumwillbeontheballotnextweek-talkitup.-Beprepared,nextweekthebudgetswewillberatifyingwillbemorecontroversial.JudicialReport-TheCaseofChadwickandKenealyVs.Student AssociationwillbeheardTuesdayMarch19that4pm.TheysighttohaveainterpretationofArticle1section2and6oftheconstitution.CommitteeReportsRules-NoReport.Finance-Noreport.StudentServices-Noreport.Elections-Everythingisgoingasplanned.ElectionisMarch18&19.SUNYAffairsCommittee-Noreport.Communityrelations-Noreport.OffCampusCommittee-BigBandNightattheArmoryiscomingup,soisthecommunitycleanup.FacultyAssemblySenator-NoReport.PPBDirector-March15thPurple Rain intheballroomat7&9,March24thisSpyroGyroatLakerhall8pm.SurplusCommittee ,NextMeetingisWednesday(March20th)inTomLonnquist'soffice.SASUDelegate-Hasjustconcludedtheirletterwrittingcampaign.OLDBUSINESSBill78-tabledduetothemanychangesmadebySUbmitter/sponsorbillwillcomeupnextweekinrevisedform.Bill79-Thefinancecommitteedidnotconsiderthebillbecausetheythoughtitwasasurplusexpenditure.TheSurpluscommitteehadnoinformationonthebill.JimDingleyexplainedtheparticularsofthebill.ThattheconferenceisbeingsponsoredbyourWomen'sStudiesDepartment,andthatstudentsandfacultyfromalloverthestatewillbebenefitingfromthisconferenceincludingourownstudentpopulationandfaculty.ThemonybeingaskedforwouldgofortheentertainmentfortheconferencesincetheWomen'sStudiesDepartmentdidn'thaveenoughtofinancetheentertainment.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126or10.529'1aCQ'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3StudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-presiJent stateUniversityCollegeatoswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch20,1985Bill79continued.TheentertainmentbeingplannedforistheSpiderWomenDanceTroup.PPBwilldotheactualputtingonoftheshow,theyjustdidn'thavethefundstofinancetheprogram.Therewillbeanincomelineaddedtotheprojecttooffsetthecost,hopefullyasmuchas thecost.Billpassedbyavoteof8y,5n,6a.Bill83-Thisbillprovidedfor3studentstoattendtheUSSAconferenceinWashingtonD.C.for5days.partoftheconferencewasfundedbyUAA,totheamountof$315.ThebillaskedforS.A.tofundtheconferencetotheamountof$435.ThepointwasbroughtoutthatthisisaconferencethatOswegohasnothadrepresentativesatinthepast,andthatitwasimportantthatweberepresented.Billpassedbyavoteof16y,4n,Oa.BUDGETRATIFICATIONCHECKCASHINGThisorganizationwasfundedbytheSenateattheamountreccommendedbythebudgetcouncil,whichwas7,234.33.Thebreakdownwasasfollows:Co -Directors-2,100,tellers-$4,580.94,Bankruns-$336supplies-217.39.OCAThisorganizationwasfundedasfollows:officesuppliesasreccommendedat$250,theconferenceaccountwasraisedto$348.20withtheadditionof43.20formilagetobinghamton(.18/mileX240/miles),Director'ssalaryasreccommended-$600,Publicityasreccommended$160.50,telephoneasreccommended-$419.52,publicationsasreccommended-$1,130,andprogramingasreccommended-$860.Thetotalallocationwas$3,768.22 BLJI.CKF RIARSThisorganizationwasbasiclyfundedasreccommendedbythecouncil,withminorchangesintwoaccounts-Costumeswaschangedto$4,650andSetsandPropswerechangedto$8,650.Thebottomlinewasstillthesame-$14,600GALAThisorganizationwasfundedasreccommendedbythecouncil,thebreakdownisasfollows:Supplies-$70.36,Publicity-$89.60,Communication-$37,Transportation-]36.80,programming-545.50.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''0'5'9,-,eGO?

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of pmiJent StateUniversityCollegeatbswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch20,1985ThetotalallocationforGALAwas$879.26.PresidentoftheSenatePage4SAVACTheSenatevotedtobottomlinethisorganization,sincetheorganizationhadnoproblemswithwhatthebudgetcouncilreccommended.Totalallocationwas$7,754.50.WOCRAlllinesforthisorganizationwerepassedasreccommendedbythebudgetcouncilacceptfortheofficesuppliesline-increasedto$325,andthepromotionslinewasincreasedto330.72.Thenewtotalallocationwas$8112.97minusanincomelineof$3000foranetallocationof$5,112.97.LOCOThisorganizationwasfundedasreccommendedbythecouncilacceptthetelephoneaccountwhichwaschangedto$79/monthX12/months=$948Meetingwasadjournedat9:30submitted,Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'2'[)21'aGO?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of '1Ii",,-pr"s;J.,.,t stateUniversityCollegeatOswegosenate20thLegislativeSession28thMeetingMarch27,1985Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvalofagenda4.Approvalofminutes5.ExecutiveReportsJamesDingleyPeterDevineWalterBowler6.AnnouncementsandPublicComment7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenatorSurplusCommitteeSASUDelegate8.OldBusinessBill81,86,87,88,90,91,93,94,res29,309.NewBusinessBill95,96,res31.PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126 Ph '2'5'21'2601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation O//ic" of CVic,,-p,,,siJ,,nt StateuniversityCollegeatbswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession28thMeetingMarch27,1985MinutesThe27thMeetingwascalledtooderat6:10.PresidentoftheSenateThefollowingweresworninassenators:CarolDucey,TomKelley,SuzanneKwasniewski.Rollwastakenwiththefollowingabsent:DanEdwards,LauraDonnelly,RalphAprea,GlennHurlock,BrandonStratford,DanRobinson,DebbieDelgado,JanineFrainier,DaveSaile.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingchanges:JenniferCareywasdeletedfrombill78assponsor,DianeGilliganpickedsponsorshipofResolution29.Minuteswereapprovedasis.CONFERENCEREPORTWOCRsentrepresentativestotheIBSConventioninWashingtonD.C.Approximately1500studentsattendedtheconference.OurstudentsbroughtbacklotsofinformationwhichtheyplantoimproveWOCRwith.Theycommentedthattheywouldlikemorefundingforthisconferenceinthefuture,asitwassoinformative.Theyalsobroughtbackmanyfreepromotionalalbums.OurSASUChaptersentdelegatestotheUSSAconferncealsoinWashington.Theyattendedmanyworkshopsandrecivedlotsofeducationalliterature.TheywereataMarchontheDepartmentofEducationChanted"BooksnotBombs".EXECUTIVE REPORTSJimDingleyNoformalreport.PeterDevine-Congradulatedthenewofficerstosoontakeoffice.-SuggestedthatSenatorsseekoutpeople(lowerclassmen)whoaregoingtobearoundtoseekinvolvmentinS.AIsintheprocessofresearchingforanewphonesystemforS.AThissearchisgoingwell.PeterWasdimayedthatabillwaspassedforconferenceentertainmentwithoutanincomeline.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONstudent O//i .. of tI...CVic-pr..siJ.. ntStateUniversltyCollege atOswego Senate20thLegislativeSession28thMeetingMarch27,1985PresidentoftheSenatePage2 -SuggestedthatintheFuturethatSenatorsshoulddiscussfinancialbillswiththefinanceDirectorforinput.-TheBudgetschedulewillbepostedoutsidetheS.AofficeofThursdayandSaturday'smeetings.Asofnowtheplanistogofrom6:00-10:00onThursdayand1:00-6:30onSaturday.-AstoS.A.'sfinacialsituation,PeterishavingsecondthoughtsaboutnotraisingtheS.A.fee.Theremightbeabillinthepacketnextweektoraidethefeeto$95whichwouldbea$10increase.YuvalBar-kokhba-Judicialreport.TheSupremeCourthasfinishedhearingthecaseofKenealyandChadwickvs.StudentAssociation.The25thmeetingremainslaw(Thursdaymeeting)the24thisstillinquestion.WalterBowler-Congradulationstothenewandreturningofficers.-WednesdayintheTavernwillbetheFarewellfortheoldadministration.(aftertheSenateMeeting)-TodBeil-Theletterwritingcampaignisofftoaverypoorstart.Getthoselettersin.MaterialsareintheSenateoffice.ANNOUNCMENTANDPUBLICCOMMENT1.ReservationsforspringbreakforOCTarebeingtakenuntilMarch25th.2.MondayandTuesday-isregistrationforthebedraceintheHewittUnionLobby.COMMITTEEREPORTSRulesNoreport.FinanceNoReport.StudentServices-HasfoundasponsorfortheCrescendo-Genassebeer.Elections-Theresultsofthe1985Springelectionsarein.Intheformofbill93oroutsideS.A.office.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126P'lOSE'0'1asp'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch27,1985ContinuedPage3SUNYAffairs-WillhaveareportonSAGUforthebudgethearingonSASUonSaturday.CommunityRelationsNoreport.Offcampuscommittee-BigBandNightisApril13thfrom9-1attheDALodgeticketpricesare:generalpublic$2.50SA$2.00.CommunityCleanupwillbeApril25th1-4withentertainmentbySolidStateAfter.PPBDirector-Sat.at3&9:30intheTavern"AnimalHouse".SpyroGyrainLakerHallSunat8:00.ExPrimeMinisterofEnglandSunat6:00intheballroom.Hobbit7:00wed.March27th.FacultyAssemblySenator-MergerofBiologyandZoologypostponedagainuntilafterSpringBreak.DrRadleySpoke.Meetingsareeveryothermondayat3:00in102Lanigan,nextmeetingisApril8th.SurplusCommittee-Willmaketheirreccommendationfor Lonnquist'sproposalfortheUnionatthenextSenateMeeting.SASUNoreport.OLDBUSINESSBill78-LucyCollinssponsorerofthebillsaidthatitwasafinepieceoflegislation.TherewerealotofquestionsraisedaboutwheretheactualpowerforthepositionofDirectorofPersonnelwouldcomefrom.Itwasexplainedthatthepowerwouldfallundertheexecutivebranchsincethepositionisaexecutiveappointment.Thequestionofagrievencesystemwasalsobroughtup.Thefactwasstatedthatthisbillisaskeletontobuildupon.Thereforegrievenceproceedurescouldbeaddedonastheywerewrittenup.AscouldanyotheraspectofthePersonnelpolicy.Therewasonefriendlyamendmentmadewhichwasturnedintoaformalamendment.ThischangefellunderletterA #6 "AllS.A.fundedgroupsinthefollowingways".Thisbillpassedbyavoteof9y,8n,laoBill84 ThisbillconcernedtheconstructionofanewobservatoryfortheAstronomyDepartment'stelescopewhichhasbeensittinginthebasementofPiezhallsinceitwasbought.ThisisaprojectthattheSurplusCommitteehasbeenworkingonsinceSeptember.TheproposalisforAuxiliaryServicestofundtheotherhalf.Theobservatorywouldbeconstructedonlandboughtacrossfrom(over)Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126ph'a'E)291260'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch27,1985Bill84continuedPage4Fallbrook.Thisisbecausefallbrookwouldbeabetterlocationthattheotherobservatorywhichpresentlystandsintheparkinglotoflakerhall.Fallbrookisadarklocation,itisalsoapleasantlocation.Thisobservatorycouldattractstudents.tocometoourcollege.Theseareallarguementsforthebill.Itwasalsobroughtupthatstateshouldpayforthisconstruction,butthestatewon't.ItwasalsobroughtupthatthisprojectwillbenefitmanyofthestudentsthatattendSUCo.Thestatewillmaintainthestructureonceitisbuilt.TheAstronomyDepartmentwouldoffereducationalprogrammingsimilartothatofRiceCreek.ThestateWouldinsureit.TheconstructioncouldbecompletedbySeptember.Thebillpassedbyavoteofl6y,In,laoThebillpassedwithacoupleofstipulations:thatallpublicationsthatrecognizetheObservatorywasfundedbyS.A.andothersponsorsandthataplaquegoonthestructurestatingwhosponsoredit.Bill85-ThisbillmandatingthatallorganizationspublizingeventsmuststatethattheyaresponsoredbyS.A.Thisbillpassedthroughfinancecommittee.Passedbyvoteofl4y,In,2a. Motion totableallbusinessacceptbill92,inordertogettothebudgetsathand.ClearlyPassed.Bill92-Thisbill,tofundaclubthroughtheClubProgramFundContingencyAccount,passedtofundtheGeologyclubforamovietheyaregoingtoshowinApril.BUDGET.RATIFICATIONSONTARIANTheBudgetwaspassedasfollows:OfficeSupplies-51.27asreccommendedbybudgetcouncilwithavoteof9y,2n,4a,Publications$15,995.00asreccommended,EditorSalary-$500asreccommended,Advertising-$448.45asrequestedbytheorganizationforfullfundingoftheadvertisementsintheOswegonian(budgetcouncilreccommended fundingwithVardenStudeiosfundingtheotherhalf.Photography-750asreccommended.Therestofthebudgetwasbottomlinedsincethegrouphadnoproblemwiththereccommendations.Thepointthatatelephoneisapriorityfortheontarianwasbroughtout.Totalallocation=$18,405.02,Incomeline=850booksx$15addedto3000fromtheVardenStudio=$15,750foranetallocationof$2655.02.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5\21'2'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage5March27,1985Quaromdroppedto11from15.MEN"SRUGBYThisbudgetwaspassedasfollows:GameCosts-$468.03asreccommended,UniformandEquipment-$48.00asreccommended,Transportation-$1,524.60asreccommended.PENDULUMThisbudgetwasbottomlinedatthebudgetcouncil'sreccommendation.CAMPUSLIGHTINGThisbudgetwaspassedwiththefollowingamounts:Supplies-$900asreccommended,Partsandreplacement-$350asreccommended,Publicity-$22.40asreccommended.Totalallocation=$1,272.40.TherewasalsoastipulationfornonSAfundedorrecognizedgroupsusingtheserviceofthisorganizationoffcampusof$25servicefee.Wagesperhourwerekeptat$3anhourforoncampusjobsand$3.35foroffcampus.WRAThisbudgetwaspassedasfollows:Officesupplies-$30asreccommended,Supervisors-$1,600asreccommended,officials-$2,200asreccommended,Equipment-$251.90asreccommended.Thetotalallocationwas$4,081.90.LAKERHALLThisbudgetwaspassedasfollows:StudentSupervisors-$2,016asreccommended,EquipmentClerks-$1,792asreccommended,promotions$67.20asreccommended,Equipmentwasraisedfromthereccommendationof$300to$450.Totalallocationwas$4,325.LEEHALLWasrecesseduntilSaturdayat3:30MeetingRecessedat11:48pmMeetingcalledbackinSessionThursdayat6:30pm.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONThursdayMarch21,1985 of BUDGETRATIFICATIONSPresidentoftheSenatePage6WOMEN'SRUGBYThisbudgetpassedasfollows:Meals-$960asreccommended,Transportatior-$865asreccommended,GameCosts-659.48thisisanincreaseof4bagesofathleticlineforatotalof12bags,Equipment-$82.45asreccommemded,OfficeSupplies-85.50asreccommended.Totalallocationwas$2,652.43.MIAWVSOTheseorganizationswerecontentwiththeirbudgetcouncilreccommendations.TheSenatevotedtobottomlinethebudget,thevotewaslOy,In,la(quaromwas7).Thetotalallocationwas$149,294.20.SOLID STATETheSenatevotedtobottomlinethisbudgetbecausetheorganizationwasverypleasedwithbudgetcouncil'sreccommendations.Senateacceptedbudgetcouncil'sreccommendations.S.ACHECKCASHING DUPLICATING SERVICETotalallocation$2,757Incomeline=$1,000Netallocation=$1,757Thesefiguresclearlypassed.MIXEDCHORUSTheSenatepassedthefollowing:Promotions-$71.80asreccommended,Music-201.25whichwasadecreasefrombudgetcouncil'sreccommendationof$250thiswasdonebecausethegroupsaidtheycouldfunctionwithlessinthisaccount.Totalaccolation=$273.05.COLLEGEORCHESTRATheSenatepassedthefollowing:Promotions-$50asreccommended,Music-$200asreccommended,Equipment-$100asreccommended,AdditionalPerformersExpense-$75asreccommended.Totalallocation=$425.COLLEGE CHOIR Senatepassedthefollowing:Promotions-$75asreccommended,Music$300 asreccommended,RobCleaning-$200asreccommended.Totalallocation=$575.UMOTheSenatepassedthefollowing:Meals-$2715asreccommended,Lodging-$3,096asreccommended,Transportation-$4,841asreccommended.Totalallocation=$10,652.ItwasmentionedthatS.A.mightwant alotments.pI'2'5'211aGO?

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch21continuedPage7 GOSPEL CHOIRTheSenatepassedthefollowing:Officesupplies-$100whichwasanincreasefromthecouncil'sreccommendationof$75,concertexpense313.35whichwasanincreaseoverthebudgetcouncil'sreccommendationthe$50increasewasforonemoreoffcampuseventforthegroup.Totalallocation=$413.35. PARENTS WEEKENDTherewasalotofcontroversysurroundingthisbudget.DavidMcNallymotionedtobottomlinethebudgetattheorganization'soriginalrequest,whichwas$655.20.Thismotionwasnotinlinewithbudgetcouncil'sreccommendationwhichwasfor$144.30.ThedisagreementwasbasiclywhetherornotS.A.wantedtofootthebillforanAuxiliaryServicesEventorwhetheritwasjustamatterofbeingapartofacollectivecontributionwhichbenefitedboththestudentsonthiscampusandtheirparents.TheSenatevotedtoallocatethe$655.20(David'smotion)forParentsWeekend.Thevotewas9y,In,2a.SUMMERSTIPEND(LivingexpensesforPres,VicePres,DirofFinanceoverSummer)Thefigureswerethefollowing:HOUSING:21stSessionMayandJune2wks.@$35=$701month@$135=$135Total=205x32months@135=270X3JulyandAugestUTILITIES:$25permonth-$25forJune$50forJulyandAugest=$50X3FOOD:$50initialstartup$15perweek@4wks=$60Totalforjune&May=110X3JulyandAugest=$15perwk.X8wks. = 120X3SENATEBILLWOULDBEFOR$1,020forMayandJune.Budgetfor1320forAugestandJulyTerryKenealymotionedtoaccept.JeffJonesexplainedthatthefiguresinquestionwerewellresearchedbyLOCO.Motionpassed8y,2n,laoMEETING RECESSED UNTIL12:00pmSATURDAYAT10:15pm.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSaturdayPage8Meetingwascalledbackinsessionat12:20.DUPLICATION/S.A.CHECKCASHINGThislinewasreopenedbecausethefiguresratifiedwerewrong.Thecoorecttotalallocationwas$3,280withanincomelineof$1200makingthenetallocation$2080.SUMMERSTIPEND/LIVINGEXPENSES FOR OFFICERSThislinewasreopenedbecauseMayandjuneofthe22ndsessionwerenotputinthebudgetandshouldhavebeen.Thisadditionmadethetotalallocation$2,340.LEGALAIDSThisbudgetwaspassedasrequestedbytheorganizationratherthanthebudgetcouncil'shigherfigurewhichincorporatedmanymorehoursatamuchhigherpayscaleforpossiblyadifferentlawyer.Senatefeltthatmoreresearchwasneededbeforegoingwiththebudgetcouncil'sreccommendation,thustheSenatefundedonthepayscaleofthegroup'srequestwiththeirsugestionofhoursuntilmoreinformationisavailable.Totalallocationwas$3,740.Thisamountalsoprovidedfor$100foroneinternasemestertogototheconferencewithOCA.PROGRAMPOLICYBOARDADMINISTRATIONFirstaccountwasTelephone,thisaccountwasfundedasreccommendedbythecouncilat$2,800,this amount wouldprovidefor$187.33amonthaveragelongdistancecalling. andsubscriptionswerefundedasreccommended,thoughtherewasaquestionfromtheSenateofthevalueofBillboardMagazine.OfficeSupplieswerefundedasrequestedattheamountof$400.TheDirector'ssalarywasfundedat$900withtheAssociateDirectorssalarybeing$400,thechairhadtobreakthetieinvotes(6y,6n).Fortheconferences,thesenateallocated$920for4peopletoattendtheNACAconference.FortheACUCAAconference$240wasallocatedfor2delegatestoattendwith$54forlodgingbyS.A.guidlines($9anight)andfortransportation$148asreccommended.FortheNACAunit2Spring,senateallocatedwhatwasrequested.Asfortheretreat,itwasfundedasfollows:breakfastforoneday$40,lunchforoneday$80,dinnerforoneday$120foratotalof$240(byS.A.guidelines).TotalallocationforAdministrationwas$6,789.40CINEVISIONSTheamountsallocatedwereasfollows:$14,300forFridayfilms,Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Db'2'F\21'1

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage9$1,150wasallocatedforSaturdayfilms,withtheintentionthatAuxiliaryServicesbeapproachedforfundingforthiseventsinceittakesplaceintheirtavern.ItwasalsosaidthattheycouldcomebackforfundingfortheeventifAuxiliaryServicesdidnotpickitup.Tuesdayfilmswerefundedat$4000asreccommended.Postagewasasrequestedbytheorganizationacceptforthedeletionofthepostageofthe thatmaybyfundedforbyAuxiliaryServicesforSat.films.Supportingserviceswereasfollows:Bulbs5,foratotalof$565asreccommended,returnpostageasreccomrnended$208,Emergencycleanup-fundedat$25foronecleanup.Promotionwaspassedasfollows:calander$800asreccommended,layout$80asrequestedandreccommended, Oswegonian adds$67.20reccommendationwasfor$44.80.Totalallocationinthisaccount(publicity)was$947.20.Personnelwentasfollows:fridayfilmssecuritywasfundedat$528asreccomrnendedthepersonwhowouldstay ashowwasfundedatzero.Peoplefor7extrashowswerefundedat$84.Security Dor tuesdaywasfundedat$80(20showsX 1personX$4).Projectionistfortuesdayfilmswasfundedat$100($5ashow).Projectionistforfridaysfundedat$220.Projectionistforextrashowsfundedat$70(7filmsX2showsX$5 ashow).TotalallocationforCinevisions=$22,976.20withanincomelineof =$11,488.10withbulbincomeof$45.foranetallocationof$11,443.10.CONCERTSThisbudgetpassedasfollows:ProfessionalServices-$35,000asreccommendedanrequested,Supportingservices-$30,421,Promotion$6970.60,Personnel-$1,512.Totalallocation73,920.60withanincomelineof$32,500foranetallocationOf$41,420.60. EIN'E ARTSProfessionalServices-$17,500,keepingwithlastyear'sallocation.Supportingservices-$3,149.Promotion-$1,135,Personnel$300asrequested.totalallocation=$22,084withanincomelineof$3,312.60foranetallocationof$18,771.40.IMPROMTUBudgetpassedasfollows:Professionalservices-12,200asrequestedandreccommended,supportingservices-$1,450asrecconunended,Promotion-$850asreccommended,Personnel-$450asrequestedandreccommended.Totalallocationwas$14,950withanincomelineof$2,500foranetallocationof$12,450.LECTURESPassedasfollows:Professionalservices-$14,000,Supportingservices-$1,087.60,Promotion-$684.55.allaccountswerepassedasreccommendedonthebasisofhaving2majorspeakersand2minorones.Totalallocationwas$15,772.15.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage10MULTICULTURALProfessionalservices9,000asreccommended,Supportingservices1450increasedfrom1300,promotion$600asreccommended,Personnel$336asreccommendedandrequested.Totalallocationwas$11,389withanincomelineof$1,035foranetallocationof$10,351.PUBLICITYPromotions179.20asreccommended,Mayday$345.94increasedfromreccommendationof295.94,Supplies600.Foratotalallocationof1125.14.Recessedat10:00until12:15SundaytheminutesfromsundaywillbeinthenextpacketSORRY... 'neburgess,SenaeClerk.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation of stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril4,1984Bill1PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationfiscalyearrunsfromJuly1toJune30,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationcannotoperatewithoutanannualbudget,andWHEREAS,the19thLegislativeSessionhas,afterlonghoursofhardworkandheateddebate,preparedabudgetforthefiscalyear1984-1985,andWHEREAS,allinvolvedinthepreparationandapprovalofthebudgetareinagreementthatitisthebestpossiblebudgetthatcouldbedrawnup,consideringallcircumatances,asevidencedbythepassageofBill70byavoteof20y,On,Oa,duringthe19thLegislativeSession,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeofNewYorkArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthisSenateapprovesandadoptsasitsown,the1984-1985budgetasapprovedandtransmittedbythe19thLegislativeSession.SUBMITTED BY:KarenMcCarthy,DirectorofFinanceSPONSORED BY:EricHoeglerDaveMcNallySENATE ACTIONVoteof27y,In,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril12,1984Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126residentPhaRO'3'5'3413601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociation Offic" of '1/ic,,-pruiJ"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril4,1984Bill2WHEREAS,thestudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityof college ofArtsandSciencesatOswegohasincurredasurplusduringthepastfewyears,andWHEREAS,thissurplushasbeentargetedtobenefitasmanystudentsaspossible,andWHEREAS,fundsfromthissurplusshouldbegraduallyreduced,andWHEREAS,theStudentEmergencyLoanFundhasinthepastbeendesperatelydiminishedeachsemester,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$10,000betransferredfromtheSurplusAccount # 99toaccount # 714(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).SUBMITTED BY:TheSurplusCommitteeDateSENATEACTIONVoteof26y,In,2aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May8,1984SPONSOREDBY:JimTaravellaKathyParkerMichaelPooleRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126 Ph '2'5\21]250 '

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Student cAssociatiorw STATEUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEOSWEGO,NEWYORK13126The Emergency StudentLoanprogramatOswegoStatewasstartedintheearly1970's,throughtheBursar'sOffice.Currentlythereisaboutseventeenthousanddollarsinthisfund.The. moneyforthisprogramcamethroughendowmentstothecollege.Theonlyothersourceofrevenueforthisprogramisaonedollarchargefortheuseofthemoney.Thismoneyisloanedtoanystudentinneedoffinancialassistance.The moneyisborrowedagainstanygrantsastudentwillreceiveinexcessofpaymentsduetothecollege..Moneycanonlybeborrowedagainstfundscontrolledbythecollege.NeedsthatwarrantanEmergencyStudentLoanaretheneedtopayyourrentorutilities,emergencytraveling,havingno moneytobuyfood,andinsomecasesloansaregiventopurchasebooks.TheBursar'sOfficedoesnotrestricttheamountofmoneyloanedtoanyonestudent.Theofficestaysopenaslongasthemoneylasts.Whenasufficientamountofmoneyispayedbacktheyreopen.Ifastudentdoesnotpaybacktheloan,severalactionsmaybetaken.Ifareturningstudenthasanoutstandingloanshe/hewillnotbeallowedtoregisterforthenextsemester,untiltheloanispayedback.Ifthestudentdoesnotreturntherecordsforthatstudentarerestricted.Ifthestudentstilldoesnotpaybacktheloan,themoneyfortheloanistakenoutoftheirtuitionmoneyforthelastsemester.Theywillreceiveanoticeinformingthemthattheyowemoneyfortheirtuition.Iftheystillrefusetopay.themattergetsturnedovertotheAttorneyGeneral.A fewyearsago,theStudentAssociationwantedtostartanEmergencyStudentLoanprogram.ItwasproposedthattheStudentAssociationsetasidetwenty-fivethousanddollarstostartthisprogram.TheStudentAssociationdidnotstartthisprogramfora numberofreasons.ThiswouldhavebeenalongterminvestmentfortheStudentAssociation.anditwasquestionablewhetherornotitwasfeasiblefortheStudentAssociationtohavetheirfundstiedupforalongperiodoftime.Inaddition.studentsmaynothavefeltasobligatedtopaybackaloanfromtheStudentAssociation.astheywouldtothecollege.Also,theStudentAssociationdoesnothavetheleveragethatthecollegehas.ItisuncertainwhetherornottheAttorneyGeneralcouldbecalleduponbytheStudentAssociationtoaidinthecollectionofoutstandingloans.208HEWITTUNION(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril11,1984atOswegoBill3 WHEREAS,theAnthropologyClub'sconstitutionhasbeenonfilewiththeStudentAssociationSupremeCourtformorethansixmonths,andWHEREAS,thisclubisrecognizedbytheStudentAssociationbecauseofthis,andWHEREAS,theAnthropologyClubhasincurredadebttoaspeakerthatitcannotrepay,andWHEREAS,thespeaker,MonaEtienne,spokeattheschoolinthelastschoolyear,andWHEREAS,sheisandhasbeenaskingtobepaidinfull,andWHEREAS,theAnthropologyClubhasattemptedtoraisemoneyandwasnotfullysuccessful,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationmaybeliableforanylegalactionleviedupononeofitsrecognizedclubs,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$51betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toAnthro-pologyClubAccount # (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurposeofpayingthespeakerMonaEtienne.SUBMITTED BY:AnthropologyClubSPONSORED BY:LindaHooWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126pI'O'E)2"aGOl

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of'1/ice-presiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril11,1984Bill4PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theProgramPolicyBoardhasbeenentrustedbytheStudentAssociationtosupervisetheuseandmaintenanceoftheStudentAssociationownedstaging,andWHEREAS,stagerentalshaveoccurredseveraltimesinthelastsemester,andWHEREAS,theincomefromtheserentalsrepresentsasourceoffundsappropriateforstageandequipmentmaintenance,andWHEREAS,twentyunit-to-unitclampshavebecomewornoutandrequirereplacement,andWHEREAS,theProgrampolicyBoardneedsthesenewclampsfortheupcomingClashconcertonApril22,1984,andWHEREAS,theseclampshavealreadybeenorderedandthereareinvoicesoutstanding,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationisobligatedtopayment,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothat$823.96beappropriatedfromStageRentalIncomeAccount#228toStageMaintenanceAccount #829 forthepaymentoftheseclamps.SUBMITTED BY:JohnTruran,DirectorofPPBJimDunneSPONSOREDBY:SandraSheppardRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork131269''2'5\24'2'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage2Bill4SENATE ACTIONVoteof25y,On,OaDATEPRESENTED TOPRESIDENT April24,1984Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''2'5\2012GO'PresidentoftheSenate

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Officii: of CVicii:-P,,,,,;j,,,,t stateUniversityCollegeat6swegoSenate20thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril11,1984Bill5PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WTOPisavitalmediasourceforSUNYatOswego,andWHEREAS,oneofWTOP'sVCR'siselevenyearsoldandtheotheroneisthreeandahalfyearsold,andWHEREAS,normalusageisapproximately7500hourspermachine,andWHEREAS,onemachinehasover10,000hoursofusageandtheotherhasover4500hoursofusage,andWHEREAS,theVCR'sareofprimeimportancetothesmoothoperationofWTOP,andWHEREAS,bothmachineshavebeendestroyingWTOP'svideotapes,sincetheyarenotoperatingproperly,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$3,248.00betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount #896 toStudioImprovementsAccount #659 forthepurposeofpurchasingtwonewVCR'sforWTOP.SUBMITTED BY:RobertGhosioJr.SPONSOREDBY:E.J.CuneoAndyCsontMichaelPooleSENATEACTIONVoteof26y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTO PRESIDENT April24,1984Room205HewittUnionPresident .. Date Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationOffi iZ 01 tt.iZCViciZ-pruiJiZnt StateUniversityCollege at OswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril11,1984Bill6PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theGreekStudentAssociationisnotfundedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,and WHEFEAS, TheGreekStudentAssociationisthesecondlargestorganizationonthiscampustobepreceededonlybytheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,theGreekStudentAssociation'smembershipiswellover600studentsstrong,andWHEREAS,theGreekStudentAssociationiscomprisedofelevenindividualcorporations,andWHEREAS,theGreekStudentAssociationfacesmanyproblemsindealingwiththecommunityandwiththecollegeadministration,andWHEREAS,theGreekStudentAssociationiscomprisedofbothoncampusandoffcampusstudents,andWHEREAS,thereisnootherclubororganizationthathasabehaviorcodeorwhosemembersarerequiredtoperformcertaintasks,andWHEREAS,theGreekStudentAssociationistheonlyorganizationwhosemembersarerequiredtosubmittoanagreementinordertobeidentifiedwithandrecognizedbythecollege,andWHEREAS, aspeakingseatintheStudentAssociationSenatewouldencouragetheStudentAssociationandtheGreekStudentAssociationtoworkmorecloselytogethertobenefitboththeStudentAssociationandtheGreekStudentAssociationbyenablingabetterflowofcommunicationtoexist,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationwouldbemademorefamiliarwiththeoperations,andtheproblemsfacedbytheGreekStudentAssociation,andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126p''alE)21'2'

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Bill6Page2 TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationwouldobtainamorefamiliarunderstandingofGreeklifeandeverythingitentailsandthepurposebehindtheGreekStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationcoulddrawupontheresourcesandmanpowerofacloselyknitandunifiedorganizationsuchastheGreekStudentAssociationanditsmemberorganizations,andWHEREAS,aspeakingseatintheStudentAssociationSenatewouldenabletheStudentAssociationtorepresenttheneedsoftheGreekStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationwouldbemoreinformedastothedoingsandongoingsandeventsoftheGreekStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,thenegativeimageperpetuatedbytherecentincidentsinvolvingGreekstudentswouldbedispelledthroughthegreaterinteractionbetweentheStudentAssociationandtheGreekStuddentAssociation,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheGreekStudentAssociationatgrantedacommitteereportsintheStudentAssociationSenate.SUBMITTED BY:MaryJaneRich,GreekStudentAssociationParliamentarianSPONSOREDBY:JenniferL.CareyAllisonZaneJulieSchwartzE.J.CuneoRalphAppreaWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''21[)ca'2'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril11,1984atOswegoBill7WHEREAS,theContingencyAccountisavailableforunforeseenexpenses,andWHEREAS,acontinuouswatchiskeptontheaccounttoinsurethatsourcesareavailablefortheremainingfiscalyear,andWHEREAS,theSenateofthe19thLegislativeSessionappropriatedfundsinexcessoftheContingencybalance,andWHEREAS,asmallportionofmoneyshouldstillbeavailableforsuchexpensesuntilJune30,1984,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatoswegothatthesumof$2,000.00beappropriatedfromSurplusAccount #99 toContingencyAccount#897.SUBMITTED BY:KarenMcCarthy,DirectorofFinanceSPONSORED BY:DavidMcNallySENATE ACTIONVoteof20y,On,laDATEPRESENTED TOPRESIDEN April12,1984Room205HewittUnionDate s1gnE( Oswego,NewYork13126P''O'E'01'aCQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril11,1984atOswegoBill8 WTOPispresentlyrentingaVCRfromLanigan,andWHEREAS,moretimeisneededinordertoinvestigategettingWTOPa VCR,andWHEREAS,WTOPneedsaVCRinordertocontinueit'ssmoothoperation,andWHEREAS,WTOPdoesnothavethefundstocovertherentalforonemoreweek,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateuniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$390.00betransfromContingencyAccount#897toWTOPMaintenanceAccount#657forthepurposeofrentinga VCR. SUBMITTED BY:KarenMcCarthy,DirectorofFinanceSPONSORED BY:AndyCsontSENATEACTIONVoteof21y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril13,1984Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'O'F)2112Go'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril18,1984atOswegoBill 9 WHEREAS,theSeniorClambakeisbeingheldMay17th,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationsubsidizesthisevent,andWHEREAS,indealingwithRegansithasbeendefinedthattheStudentAssociationisobligatedtoprovidebussinginordertoinsurethesafetyofthoseattendingthisclambake,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthe sum of$500betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toAccount # 898(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)tocoverthecostofrentingbusservicefromCentro.SUBMITTED BY:KarenMcCarthy,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:EricHoeglerDavidMcNallySENATE ACTIONVoteof23y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril27,1984Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Of'0'5)2'1aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of tl.e'Vice-prcsiJent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay2,1984Bill10PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theSurplusCommitteehasmaintainedthattheStudentAssociationSurplusbereducedgradually,andWHEREAS,thegradualreductionofthesurplusshouldtakeplacewithoutpurchasingfixedassetsthatwilleventuallyincreasetheStudentAssociationbudgetbyincreasingmaintenancecosts,andWHEREAS,thesurpluscanbenefitmanystudentsifproperlyallocated,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatafivedollarrebatebegiventoeverystudentpayingaStudentAssociationfee.TherebatewillbelistedontheSpring1985billas"StudentAssociationRebate" SUBMITTED BY:TheSurplusCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:KathyParkerWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126ph'215'21'2'0'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay2,1984atOswegoBill11WHEREAS,theGreekStudentAssociationisnotcurrentlyfundednorrecognizedbytheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,presentlytheGreekStudentAssociationishavingproblemsonitsdealingswiththecommunityandthecollegeadministration,andWHEREAS,memberorganizationsoftheGreekStudentAssociationarerequiredtosubmittoanagreementinordertobe f identifiedwithandrecognizedbythecollegeandarerequiredtoperformserviceprojects,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationhasshownitssupportfortheGreekStudentbodybypassingBillGofthe2ndLegislativeSession,Bill35oftheGthLegislativeSessionandResolutions21and24ofthe4thLegislativeSession,andWHEREAS,theGreekStudentAssociationhasastrongdesiretoworktogetherwiththeStudentAssociationforthebettermentofon-campus,off-campus,andcommunityrelations,andWHEREAS,the600+membershipoftheGreekStudentAssociationhasastrongsenseofunityinthatitiscompriseoffraternitiesandsororities,andWHEREAS,thestrongunityoftheGreekStudentAssociationcouldbeofbenefittotheStudentAssociationasaworkingforce,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheGreekStudentAssociationbegrantedapermanentspeakingseatsothatthecommunicationandaworkingforcebetweentheStudentAssociationandtheGreekStudentAssociationcanindeedbeestablished.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Pb'2'5'21'21

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill11SUBMITTED BY:SPONSOREDBY:TheGreekStudentAssociationE.J.CuneoBillQuirkRalphApreaJulieSchwartzAllisonZaneSENATE ACTIONVoteof21y,4n,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May8,1984Room205HewittUnionPresident .. Oswego,NewYork13126Q''2'5' 21 '2GO l

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of tit"CVic,,-presiJ"nt stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSessionMay2,1984Bill12PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationhasbeenentrustedbythestudentsandadministrationtosupervisetheStudentAssociation'smoney,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationneedstimetolookattransferalandappropriationoffunds,andWHEREAS,theProgramPolicyBoard,prematurelyorderedclampswithoutconsultationoftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationwasandisobligatedtopaymentofthistypeofoutstandinginvoices,andWHEREAS,thistypeofpressureputstheStudentAssociationinanuncomfortableanduncompromisingposition, .and WHEREAS,Bill4ofthe20thLegislativeSessionsetsprecedentforanykindofclub/organizationtoorderanitemandchargeittotheStudentAssociationwithoutadvancenotice,andWHEREAS,thiskindofpracticeshouldbediscouraged,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatfurtherlegislationdealingwithpreviouslyordereditemsthattheStudentAssociationhasn'tapprovedof,bedeclarednullandvoid.SUBMITTED BY:AndyCsontSPONSOREDBY:AndyCsontE.J.CuneoWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Q''O'C)01'aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offie" of tl."'ViwpruiJ"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay2,1984Bill13WHEREAS,voterregistrationisapriorityoftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,itisnecessarytohavevoterregistrationformsandadvertisingtoproduceaneffectivevoterregistrationcampaign,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$428.93betransferredfromcontingencyAccount#897toVoterRegistrationAccount # forthepurposeofobtainingmaterialsforthevoterregistrationdriveasenumeratedbelow:PresidentoftheSenate50T-shirtsThirtysheetsofposterboard@$.65OnereamofpaperFourlargemarkersTensmallmarkersThreeboxesofpensTworollsofmaskingtapeOnecanofspraypaint20%discountPostage2mailingsto64counties@$.2064mailings@$2.50$247.5019.504.959.168.907.473.702.98$304.1660.83$243.3325.60160.00$428.93SUBMITTED BY:JamesDingley,StudentAssociationPresidentWalterBowler,StudentAssociationVicePresidentJanineFrainier,AssistanttothePresidentSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickLindaHooRoom205HewittUnionJulioGraciaMichaelPooleOswego,NewYork13126,---Qb '2'5'21'2601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill13Page2 SENATE ACTIONVoteof20y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May10,1984Room205HewittUnion.A.President /ff/4-DateSignedA;y PresidentOswego,NewYork13126pI(215)2'1aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession6thMeetingMay9,1984atOswegoBill14WHEREAS,theOfficeofCharteredTrips(OCT)isaviable,successfulorganization,andWHEREAS,theOCTwillbeprovidingSaturdaybusestoFairhavenStateParkandtheRenaissanceFairinthesummerforelevenweekendsfromJune23,1984toseptember1,1984alsocoveringthetwoholidayweekends,IndependenceDayandLaborDayweekends,andWHEREAS,theOCTwillbehandlingallpublicityforthisservice,andWHEREAS,thereare1600-1900studentswhoattendsummerclassesandpayamandatoryStudentAssociationfeeforthesummersessionsattheStateuniversityCollegeatOswego,andWHEREAS,apercentageofthesestudentsmaywanttogoouttoFairhavenStateParkandtheRenaissanceFairforrecreation,andWHEREAS,theOCTFairhavenandRenaissanceFairbusrunisaconvenient,practicalmodeoftransportationforthosestudentswhowillwanttogo,andWHEREAS,theOCTistheonlyorganizationtoprovidethisservice,andWHEREAS,theOCTwouldliketomaketicketpricesmoreinexpensiveforstudents,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateuniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$170betransferredfromContingencyAccount #897 toAccount # (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurposeofsubsidizingticketsforstudentsutilizingtheOfficeofCharteredTrips(OCT)summerweekendbusesouttoFairhavenStateParkandtheRenaissanceFair.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSUBMITTEDBY:DanClark,DirectorofOperations,OfficeofCharteredTripsSPONSOREDBY:LindaHooWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''O'[)21'aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession6thMeetingMay9,1984 Office of tl.e'Vice-prudmt atOswegoBill15WHEREAS,theSUNYOswegoDanceMarathonhasbeenraisingmoneyforcharityorganizationsforthepastnineyears,andWHEREAS,thisyearduetoavarietyoffactorsbeyondtheMarathonCommittee'scontrol, a deficitwasincurred,andWHEREAS,theOswegoDanceMarathongeneratesacademic,developmentalandmanagerialexperienceforOswegostudents,andWHEREAS,theOswegoDanceMarathonpresentsapositiveeffortincollege/communityrelations,andWHEREAS,inthepastnineyears,over10,000students,facultyandcommunitymembershavesupportedandparticipatedintheOswegoDanceMarathon,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothat.thesumof$3,668.69beappropriatedfromSurplusAccount#99toAccount # 920(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).SUBMITTED BY:JimDingley,StudentAssociationPresidentSPONSOREDBY:MichaelPooleE.J.CuneoSENATE ACTIONVoteof17y,On,3aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May10,1984Date.President Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126ph'1'E\20'2GO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of CVice-p,e5iJenl stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession6thMeetingMay9,1984Bill16PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theSACalendaristobeproducedthroughtheendofthesemesterandoverthesummer,andWHEREAS,fundsareneededimmediatelytobeginproductionoftheSACalendar,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$253.45betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toSACalendarAccount#921forthepurposeofpurchasingmaterialsandsuppliesfortheproductionofthe1984-85SACalendar.SUBMITTED BY:StudentServicesCommitteeSPONSORED BY:EricHoeglerSENATEACTIONVoteof17y,In,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT May10,1984Room205HewittUnion D1ng Pres1dent Oswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation 0ffie"ofth"'1Jie,,-p"",iJmt StateUniversityCollege OswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession7thMeetingBill18PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theenhancementofcollege-communityrelationsisapriorityoftheStudentAssociationthisyear,andWHEREAS,college-communitynightprovidestheopportunityforstudentstointeractwith,merchants,cityofficialsandothermembersofthecommunity,andWHEREAS,inordertoencouragestudentparticipationinthisevent,itisnecessarytoprovideadequatetransportation,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$160.00(ContigencyAccount#745)betransferredtoCentroBusServiceAccount#898forthepurposeoftransportingstudentstoandfromcollegecommunitynight.UBMITTEDBY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:JulieSchwartzandMichealSENATEACTIONVoteof21y,On,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT PresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126pI'O'E)24'aGO'

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONstudentAssociation0 'lJ.P,1. stateUniversityCollege at:ice-regient Senate20thLegislativeSessionSeptember12,1984Bill19PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thenumberonepriorityoftheStudentAssociationistoregisterasmanystudentaspossibletovote,andWHEREAS,thisisthefirststageofathreestageelectoralactionplanwhichincludesvotereductionandgettingoutthevote,andWHEREAS,SASUissponsoringtheRayGlassElectoralActionConferenceduringtheweekendofSeptember21-23atAlbany,andWHEREAS,theconferenceisaforumfordirectandelectoralactionorganizinginwhichstudentswillbeexposedtotrainingandissueworkshopsdesignedtodemonstratehowtheyinfluencepolicy-makingonlocal,state,andnationalissuesthroughelectoralaction,andWHEREAS,therehasbeengreatinterestamongstudentleadersonthiscampustoattendthisconferencebutalackoffundswillprohibitourattendance,therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$1,442.10betransferredfromcontigencyaccount #914 toconferenceaccount30(tobeextablisheduponpassageofthisbill)toallow30studentstoattendthisconference.SUBMITTED BY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:JulioGracia,MiguelSENATEACTIONVoteof13y,2n,6aDatePresen.tedto President September17,1984hstein Date edbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pbOna'3'5'3413601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession7thMeeting September12,1984Bill21WHEREAS,lastyear'sbudgetdidnotincludetheBlackStudentUnion'sannual"FamilyReunion"(aprogramforBSUmembers,advisors,faculty,S.A.leadersandadministrators)and,WHEREAS,thisprogramhasbeenanimportantpartforunityforBSUmembersandnewstudentsand,WHEREAS,recuitmentintotheBSUisamajorpartofthelargerissue,namelyminorityrecuitmentandretention,therefore,BeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattransfer$75.00fromContigencyAccount #745 toBSUFamilyReunionAccount # SUBMITTED BY:JamesDingley,StudentAssociationPresidentSPONSOREDBY:MiguelMontesSENATE ACTIONVote14y,On,4aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTRoom205HewittUnionesPresident If DateSignebyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126P''0'5)9A'aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation of StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember12,1984Bill22PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationPresidentneededanassistanttoworkonissuesthatwouldhaveotherwisegoneunresolvedthissummerand,WHEREAS,anassistantwashiredandcompensatedbysalaryand,WHEREAS,theexecutiveassistantaccountcurrentlyhasbeenexhausted,and,WHEREAS,arestorationofthataccountwouldensuresalaryforthecurrentexecutiveassistantsforthecomingyear,therefore,BeitenactedthattheS.A.SenateofSUNYOswegolegislatethefollowingexecutiveorderthattransfer$210.00fromContigencyAccount 4{ 745toAccount #: 707.SUBMITTED BY:JamesDingley,StudentAssociationSPONSORED BY:JohnSloan SENATE ACTIONVoteof19y,On,3aDATE PRESENTED TOPRESIDENTRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''0'5'211aGQ'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSessionSeptember12,1984 Off;.,,, of tl."'Vic,,-prudent atOswegoBill23WHEREAS,lastyear'sbudgetdidnotincluderentfortheStudentAssociationrefrigeratorsforthemonthsofAugestandSeptemberand,WHEREAS,thisrentmustbepaidand,WHEREAS,themonthsofAugestandSeptembermustbepaid,therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattransfer$160.00fromContigencyAccount#745toRefrigerationAccount# SUBMITTED BY: TomKinslow,DirectorofRefrigerationSPONSOREDBY:AndyCsontandLynnChadwickSENATE ACTIONClearlyPassed 'DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTRoom205HewittUnionDateOswego,NewYork13126---p''OlF)ca'aCQ'

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativesession 9th MeetingSeptember 19, 1984Bill #24 WHEREAS,WOCRisattemptingtoestablishaprofessionalimage;andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,aproductionstudioisrequiredforWOCRtofulfillitsobligationstoitsclients,andthestudentbody;andWHEREAS,thereareover150studentsinvolvedinWOCR,alllearningtheoperationsofaradiostation;andWHEREAS,thisisalongtermprojectforthebettermentoftheorganization,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$1,657.50betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount #912 toWOeREquipmentAccount #596. SUBMITTED BY:KevinMurray,GeneralManager,WOCRSPONSOREDBY:DavidRothsteinMiguelMontesRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P!'O'C>29'aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office 0/ 'Vice-prudent stateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember26,1984Page2Bill24SENATE ACTIONCLEARLYPASSEDRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI(2'['241aCQ'PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984 Offi"" of tI,,,'Vi,,"-pr"siJ"nt atOswegoBill25WHEREAS,theStudentAssociationsubsidizesSpecialFamilyPlanningclinicsforS.U.C.O.studentsat$75.00perclinic,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociation,inadheringtoSUNYBoardofTrusteesGuidelines,isprohibitedfromdisbursingfundsforpaymentofservicesrendereduntilpaperproofofservicesrenderedisreceived,andWHEREAS,ProofofservicesrenderedwasnotreceivedbytheStudentAssociationforonesemester'sworthofservicesrendered,untilAugust9,1984,andWHEREAS,thisdatewasaftertheStudentAssociation'sfiscalyearhadendedonJune30,1984,andassuchallbudgetaryaccountsareclosedatthistimeandallunexpendedbudgetaryaccountsarecommingledbackintotheGeneralFund,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationisaresponsiblefiscalentitywhichmustalwaysbeconcernedwiththepreservationofitscreditrating, .and therfore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$1,800.00betransferredfromContigencyAccount#914toPriorYear'sExpenseAccount #57 tosatisfytheStudentAssociation'sobligationtoOswegoCountyOpportunitiesforproviding24FamilyPlanningSessionsforS.U.C.O.students,andtopreservetheStudentAssociation'screditrating.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:AllisonZane,FinanceCommitteeChairpersonRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126ph'2'5'2112GO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollege20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984Page2Bill25atOswegoBill25SENATEACTIONVoteofclearlypassedDATEPRESENTEDTO PRESTDENT TESIGNED Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pi'2'5\21'OCO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984Offi .." of ..,,-pmiJ"nt atOswegoBill26WHEREAS,therearevacanciesintheSenatethatmustbefilled;andWHEREAS,thesophomoreseatofAuxiliaryServicesmustalsobefilled;andWHEREAS,theelectionsbill(Bill3)requiresthatpollingareasbeeithersolelyinthe dorms andtheHewittUnionorinthedininghallsandtheHewittUnion;thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthefallelectionsbeheldinthedininghallsandHewittUnion.SUBMITTED BY:WalterBowlerSPONSOREDBY:LindaHoo SENATE ACTIONClearlyPassedDATEPRESENTED TG PRESIDENTOctober1,1984Room205HewittUnion PresidentOswego,NewYork13126P'121['211aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984 Offic" ofp,,,s;J,,nt atOswegoBill27WHEREAS,WTOPistheStudentAssociationtelevisionstationatS.U.N.YOswego;andWHEREAS,since1984,WTOPhashadafiveyearplantoimproveandexpanditscapabilitiesasatelevisionstation;andWHEREAS,partofthisplanincludesbuildinganeditingstationthatwill:a.produceviablecommercialswhichwillincreaseadvertisingrevenues.b.increasethequalityofin-houseproductions.andWHEREAS,thiseditingstationwillpermit:a.thecapabilitytomeettheincomeline(heretoforeof$200.00thathasneverbeenmet),byestablishingbettermarketingresourcesforthelocalbusinesscommunity,andtherebyincreasingWTOPratecardthroughcompetitiveprogramming.b.thecapabilitytoprovideaStudentAssociationserviceofamediaresource,wherestudents(artmajors,communicationmajorsandothers)canhaveresumetapesproduced,andWHEREAS,theproposedbreakdownisasfollows:EditingSystem(QuotedfromDeanLeasonof"CameraMart"inLiverpool,NY.)-over-Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''a'C?'"OGO?

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984Items Office of ti,e'1I;ce-pru;Jent atOswegoBill27(Cont'd)VideoCassetteRecorder(VO5850)VideoCassetteRecorder(VO5800)EditController(RM440)InterphaseCables(RCC-5C)DubbingCable(lDVC5)--------------------Package=$10,412.00TimeBaseCorrector(MicrotimeT120TBC)6,793.00ColorTestMonitor(PVM1220)ColorMonitors(CTllOMA)(TwoofPort-a-Pack(SONY4800)Pack'sImpackCase*Totaltherefore,1,685.00them)774.002,574.00plusaSONYBattery=134.00 $22,540.00Jj{V $168.00BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$22,372.00betransferredfromSurplusaccount#99toWTOPEquipmentAccount#609.SUBMITTED BY: DonBarr,WTOPSPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Pboea'3'5' 3413601

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of tl."'1/ic,,-prud"nt Senate20thLegislativeSessi6n9thMeetingSeptember26,1984Page3Bill27Bill27SENATEACTIONVoteof21y, DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESTDENTOctober10,1984PresidentoftheSenateresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone'3'5'34'3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember26,1984BILL# 28 DepartmentofFinanceStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoWHEREAS: WHEREAS: WHEREAS: WHEREAS:WHEREAS:WHEREAS:TheStudentAssociationSenateischargedwiththeresponsibilityofefficientlyallocatingstudentactivityfeesamongstthevariousclubsandorganizationsfordesignatedpurposes,andTheSenateFinanceCommitteehasadoptedasitsguidelinesthattheofficesupplieslineinProgramFundBudgetRequestsbecomputedasfollows:$12,Event#1;$8,Event#2;$6,Event#3,andeachadditionaleventthereafter.Throughempiricalanalysis,thisequationhasproventobeaninaccurate,andmostimportantly,aninefficientmeansofallocatingfundsforofficesupplies,resultinginthemeasureableproportionofclubsnotcomingclosetotheirallocationsforofficesuppliesexpenditures,andThisequationisveryinflexible,andshouldnotapplytoeachclub,but,rathertothoseclubswhichexpresstheneedforsomeallocationforofficesupplies,andThroughtheadoptionofanewequation,wewillbemoreaccuratelyandmoreefficientlyallocatingstudentfundsfordesignatedpurposes,suchasofficesupplies,andBeitenactedthatthenewFinanceCommitteeGuidelinesusethefollowingequationforcomputingallocationsforofficesuppliesallocations,applicabletothoseclubswhichexpresstheneedforofficesupplies,beasfollows:$10forEvent#1,$7forEvent#2,$5forEvent#3,aswellaseachadditionaleventthereafter.ThisbillsupercedespreviouslypassedlegislationpertainingtotheequationwhichwillbeusedtocomputeanallocationforofficesuppliesforProgramFundclubs.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:AllisonZane,SenateFinanceCommitteeChairpersonHewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone 1315) 341.3601

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SSOCIATIONPage2Bill28SENATEACTIONClearlyPassedRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pi'a'E)24'aco'PresidentoftheSenatePresident

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswego20thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober3,1984Bill29WHEREAS,theRapeCrisisCenter(anSAfundedorganization)iscurrentlydefunctandhasbeensincelastsemesterand,336.00I2beepers1at$28.00permonthfor12months=theWomen'sCenterhastraditionallybeeninterestedinissuesofViolinceagainstwomenand,theWomen's hastheresourcesandtheinteresttorejuvinatethelRapeCrisisCenterand,atpresent, counselingandadvocacyarenotbeing addressed in tpe collegecommunityand,theWomen's wouldliketoimplementthisprogramasan addition!ll StudentService(theprogramwillspecificallyaddresrapecounseling,advocacyandreferrals,andtheinstalationofa"beepersystem"enablinga24hourreferral Therentalchargeis$28.00amonth(NYTelephone included.therefore,IBeitenacted thatthe StudentAssociationSenateofthe !tate university.ofNewYorkatOswegotranerthesumof $433.76 fromtheRapeCrisiCentertotheWomen'sCenterAccount 1# (tobeestablisheduponpassageof thit bill).NOTESWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,433.76-336.0097.76**-tobe use4 foreducationandtrainingsessions.Room205 Hawitt UnionI Oswego,NewYork13126QI'a'E)241aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage2Bill29SUBMITTED BY:JimDingley,SAPresidentSPONSORED BY:DaveRothsteinSENATEACTIONVoteof21y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober10,1984PresidentoftheSenate SIGNEDBYPRESIDENTRoom205HewittUnion9'Oswego,NewYork13126'?'E\241OC01

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Office 0/ die'Vice-pregiJenf atOswego SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationStateUnversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober3,1984Bill30PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theprocessofallocatingStudentActivityFeestoclubProgramFundhasbeencompleted,aftermanyhoursofresearchanddebate,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheallocationsforthe1984-1985ProgramFundclubsbeasfollows:AccountingSociety..=$207.00AnthropologyClub.....=$163.60ArtExihibitionCom.=$352.56A.S.P.A=$197.00BiologyClub...=$82.00CatalinaClub..= ChemistryClub...=$227.00CreativeArtsLeague=$241.00ComputerScienceAssoc=$113.45DelSarte=$258.00EconomicsClub=$235.00FrenchClub...=$333.50GermanClub.=$395.00ItalianClub..=$301.50JewishStudentUnion=$292.00JudoClub.....=$320.00KarateClube..=$1267.00O.I.A.A...........=$183.00MeteorologyClub=$303.00O.W.L.S..........=$652.00PeaceandJustice=$1520.81PoliticalScienceClub=$522.00PhilosophyClub..=$490.00RussianClub..=$470.00Vocational-Tech.Ed=$117.00Writer'sGuild=$224.00WeightTraining&Fitness=$719.08YogaClub... = $393.75TOTAL. -$11,33290Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126pI'2'E)21'ac01

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage2Bill30therefore,Beitenactedthatthetotal11,332.90beallocatedasstated.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinancePresidentoftheSenateSPONSOREDBY:AllisonZane,ChairpersonofSenateFinanceCommitteeSENATEACTIONVoteoflSy,On,2a,3pDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober10,1984Room205HewittUnionDateSignedby Oswego,NewYork13126pbODe'3'5'31' 3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of ti,e'lIice-prudent StateUniversityCollege Mt Senate20thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober3,1984Bill31PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theoverallbudgetforthe1984-1985FiscalYearhasalreadybeenpassed,withanappropriationofonly$10,000.00for PFlDgram Fund,andWHEREAS,thisreductionoftheProgramFundlinewasdonebecauseineffientallocationswereevidencedinthepast,andWHEREAS,whiletheintentionmayhavebeenadmirable,ithasproventobeunrealisticatthistimetokeepallclubsunderthe$10,000.00allocationgrandtotal,andWHEREAS,oneofthedenotedpurposesofaSurplusAccountistoaddressinequitiesordiscrepanciescausedbyimproperbudgeting,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$2,000.00betransferredfromSurplusAccount *99 toProgramFundAccount 910,forthepurposesofestablishinganadequatebudgetaryamountforthisline,whichwillbringtheProgramFundlineupfrom$10,000.00to$12,000.00Beitenactedalso,thatthesumof$667.10betransferred,uponpassageofthisbill,fromProgramFundAccount#910,toProgramFundClubContingencyAccount #913, forthepurposesprovidinganamountwithwhichtheSenatecanworkwithintoallocatemoniestoclubswhichtheSenatehasalreadymadeafirmcommittmentto.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceAllisonZane,FinanceCommitteeChairpersonSPONSERED BY:LynnChadwickRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P'(21G)011aGQ'

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SSOCIATIONPage2Bill31SENATE ACTIONVoteof13y,3n,SpDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober10,1984Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126p''O'E)24'aGQ'PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATION AssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober3,1984Bill32BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthefollowingbeacceptedastheresultsofthe1984FallElections:PresidentoftheSenateAuxiIiaryServicesSophomoreSeatSenators:JohnsonHartFunnelleSenecaOnondagaOneidaOff-CampusPatriciaNadareskiLauraDonnellyHelenKeierDanEdwardsTerrenceKenealyRalphAppreaElizabethPageConradRidgillDianeGilliganBrandonStradfordMichaelMazzellaKymGeroDavidRothsteinEricRitterStuartMosbacherRob ert ck1 J.n AnnieEvansMiguelMontesDeniceBuermanSUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:LindaHoo,ElectionsCommitteeChairKathyParkerRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pi'a'S)gelaGQ'

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Page2Bill32 TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSENATE ACTIONClearlyPassedDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober10,1984Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126p''2'5124'aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollege20thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober3,1984atOswegoBill33WHEREAS,theLOCOtypewriterrentalservicehasbeenasuccessfulstudentserviceprogram,andWHEREAS,thisneededserviceislimitedtotwomachines,servingasmallpercentageofthestudentsbothandoffcampus,andWHEREAS,outofnecessity,thetypewritersarerestrictedtouseintheHewittUnionbuilding,andWHEREAS,LOCOhasagreedtoadministeracomprehensiveandexpansivetypewriterservice(underStudentAssociation)and,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof $3,439.l0 betransferedfromSurplusAccount#99toLOCOAccount#tobedetermineduponpassageofthisbill.8SmithCoronamodel2500typewriters(at perunit) ,;z...c12. .. ,ro 80filmcartridges(2.50)15rewritecartridges(2.50each)2 "?.J\)/JC$ 200.00 $ 37.50/Servicecontract(coversallparts,laborandallservicerepair)$520.00PromotionOswegonianadverting1 pageFallsemster2 pageSpringsemester+89.603,439.10Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'OlE)211?CQ'

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswego11thMeetingOctober3,1984Page2Bill33Bill33SUBMITTED BY:ExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:MikeMazzellaDeniceBuermanJulieSchwartzLynnChadwickRobGhosioHelenKeierSENATEACTIONMotionclearlypassedDATEPRESENTEDTO PRESIDENT PresidentoftheSenate g SIGNEDBYPRESIDENTRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126pI'alE)24'aGQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession11thMeeting Office of CVice-prudent atOswegoBill34WHEREAS,WOCRandWTOPsharetheservicesoftheunitedPassInternationalWireService,whichtheyincorporateintotheirnewsprograms,andWHEREAS,thechargesincurredfortheuseoftheserviceforthemonthofMay1984,havenotbeenpaid,andassuchtheStudentAssociation'scridetratingisamajorconcern,andWHEREAS,theseoutstandingchargesmustbepaidpromptly,sothenewsservicecanbeturnedonagain,therefore,Beitenactedthatthesumof$401.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#912toPriorYear'sExpenseAccount#57,forthepurposesofsatisfyingtheStudentAssociation'sindebtednesstoUnitedPressInternational.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceNancyBerger,BusinessManager-WOCRMichealSpinelli,BusinessManager-WTOPSPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaSENATE ACTIONVoteof26y,On,2aDATE PRESENTED-:TO .:PRESIDENTOctober10,1984Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126D ''2'S\01'OGo'

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TUDENT SSOCIATION(StudentAssociation Office of tit"1/i..,,-pruiJ"nE StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober10,1984Bill35PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationfundednewspaper,TheOswegonianisoperatingonabudgetprovidingfor640pages,at24pagesperissue,andWHEREAS,the Oswe90nian currentlyhasitsadvertisingspacereservedfortheremainderofthesemester,leavinglittleflexibilityforadvertisingforclubsandorganizations,theStudentAssociationasawhole,andlocalmerchantstraditionallydoingcordialbusinesswiththeOswegonian,andWHEREAS,atthepresenttime,theOswegonianisturningawayprospectiveadvertiserscausingpoorpublicrelationswiththelocalmerchants,aswellasitbeingpoorbusinesspractice,andassuchthe Oswe90ni'an herebyrequeststoammenditsbudgetforthe1984-1985FiscalYear,toallowforanincreaseof88pagesperyear,at4pagesperissue,resultinginthefollowingbudgetaryaccountsincreasingbysuch:ACCOUNTSTO BE INCREASEDTHEOSWEGONIANbudgetincrease,breakdownAccount#559OfficeSuppliesncreas,eof(3)typewritterribonsforsierra3500@5.00(2)packagesoftypingpaper@5.00 TOTAL INCREASEAccount #560 Produ:ctionSupplies(1)10lb.cartonartwax@29.00(1)boxreplacementbladesforx-actoknives@16.50(20)rolesof1pointbodertapeusedforads@1.10 TOTAL INCREASE15.0010.00 25:00 29.0016.50 22.00 67.50Account#564StudentTypistsAdditionalhoursneeded5hours@2.65per22issues291.50 ,Room 205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''O'E'211aGQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateEPage2Bill35Account#569TypesettingSuppliesPhototyoesettingpaper4"wideincreaseof5rolls6"wideincreaseof2rolls8" increase 0f 2rolls(1)cubeofPMTactivator(1)cubeof5-2activator(1)cubeofdeactivatorTOTALINCREASE124.0073.8095.80 53.4086.90481.90Account#570PhotographySupplies(3)packsofmicroldeveloper(3)packsoffixer(3)packofhypo-clear(1)bottleofphotoflow(1)boxofKodakPMTnegativepaper(1)boxofKodakPMTrecieverpaperTOTALINCREASETOTALINCREASEINEXPENSES15.159.305.104.00232.00113.30378.851244.75WHEREAS,thepreceedingincreaseinproductioncosts,includingtheincreaseinpublicationcostsisequalto88pagesx$31.00perpage=$2728.00,andfurtherthatthistotalofpublicationcostsplusthadgetaryaccountsincreasesequals$3972.75WHEREAS,currentlytheOswegonian'sbudgetaryestimateforitsincomelineis$20,000,andthatthisfigurewillbeaninaccurateestimateoftheincomegeneratedasaresultofthepublicationincrease,enablingthe Oswegonian toincreaseitsincomelineestimate,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateadjusttheOswegonian'sbudgetasfollows:$45,443.87=$3,972.75=$49,416.62PreviousTotalAllocations=IncreasedcostsNewTotalAllocationsPreviousIncomeLineEst.NewIncomeLineEstimate=$20,000.00=$26,000.00+6,000Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'O'C)2"oco'

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Page3Bill35 TUDENT SSOCIATIONNewBudgetaryFigures=NewTotalAllocation=$49,416.62IncomeLine=$26,000.00NetAllocation=$23,416.62PresidentoftheSenateAlsobeitenactedthatthisnewbudgetaryfigurewillresultina$2,027.25unallocatedsourceoffunds,thereforeuponpassageofthisbill,thesumof$ 2,027.. 25betransferredtotheStudentAssociationContingencyAccount#914,asaresultofthenewcomputationsforthebudgetfortheOswegonianinthe1984-1985FiscalYearSUBMITTED BY:ChrisN.Navetta,BusinessManager,TheOswegonianPeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:JohnNemecek,ScalesSENATEACTIONVoteof27y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENOctober25,1984. Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'O'E'Of?nCQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of tk,'V;c,,-pres;Jent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 20thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober10,1984Bill36PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationhelditsannualSeniorClambakeatRegan'sSilverLakeonMay17,1984,andWHEREAS,thebillforelectricalservicesrenderedbyFrancisC.Sova,wasrecievedaftertheAssociation'sfiscalyearended,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationisaresponsiblefiscalentity,andisconcernedwiththepresentationofarespectablecreditrating,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$80.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount #914 toPriorYearsExpenseAccount #57, forthepurposesofsatisfyingtheaformentionedobligation.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:JohnNemecek,ScalesHallSenatorSENATE ACTIONvoteof28y,On,OaDATE PRESENTED TOPRESIDENTOctober10,1984Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'2'5'24'aGQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociation O//ic., 0/ tf",'lIic.,-pr.,siJ.,,,t StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober10,1984Bill37WHEREAS,oneoftheStudentAssociation'smainobjectivesistoinformstudentsandmakethemawareofthenumerousclubsandorganizationswhichexistonthiscampus,andWHEREAS,traditionally,toaccomplishtheaboveobjective,andtoenablemorestudentstheopportunitytogetinvolvedinStudentAssociationfundedclubsandorganizations,anAwarenessDayhasbeenheld,andWHEREAS,theFinanceDept.,theExecutiveBranch,andtheSenatewouldliketorecommendthatanAwarenessDaybeheldWednesday,October17,1984,from11a.m.to3p.m"forthepurposesoffurtheringawarenessofStudentAssociationfundedclubsandorganizations,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$ 292.Q5 betransferredfromContingencyAccount#914toStudentAssociationAwarenessDayAccount#916tobeestablisheduponthepassageofthisbill.AndasAmended*.brokendownasfollows:=$35.50=$70.00=$44.80= *'$ 29.70=$1. aO =$3.00=$4.74=$39.94=$31.95=$182.25+$109.00(Aux.Servicesreception)$ PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceJamesDingley,S.A.PresidentWalterBowler,S.A.VicePresidentJohn Nemecek,Scales HallSenatorRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126TheAwarenessDayAccountmaybea)75postersatOswegoPrintingb)rentalfeefor1heliumtankc) pageadintheOsegoniand)6reamsofdittopapere)12dittomasters@.15eachf)2rollsofmaskingtapeg)6magicmarkers@.79eachTotalofsuppliesfromCollegeStoreless20%discountNettotalofCollegeStoreSuppliesGrossTotalSPONSOREDBY: SUBMITTED BY:P''O'E)2 "aGQ'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2Bill37*ThatadvertisingspacebeprovidedoncentrobusesbytheOffCampusCouncilatnoadditionalcost. /1 .A.PresidentSENATEACTIONClearlyPassedDATE PRESENTED TOPRESIDENT /5Odle.,lfl'4October10,1984DateSignedbyPresldentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126 -----:-..a.aC:;jlOOl.l _

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober17,1984 Offceoftl.e'V;ce-presdent atOswegoBill38WHEREAS,theStudentAssociationhasregisteredasignificantnumberofstudentstovote,andWHEREAS,itisnecessarytoencouragestudentparticipationintheelectoralprocess,andWHEREAS,disseminatinginformationfacilitatesstudentvoterawareness,thereforeBeinenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$163.16betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toVoterRegistrationAccount#720,forthepurposeofpurchasingsuppliesforvotereducationandthegetoutthevotecampaign.Supplies:10reamsofpaper@$4.951500envelopes@89/50minus20%discontatCollege$49.5026.70Store subtotal-$60.96$35.0022.4044.80total-$163.16100posters-(DoubleJPrintShop)OswegonianAds page-(votereducation) page-(GOTV)SUBMITTED BY:JimDingley,StudentAssociationPresidentSuzanneKwasniewski,Asst.tothePresidentJanineFrainier,Asst.tothePresidentSPONSOREDBY:AllisonZane,OffCampusSenatorRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''21E)CA'aGQ'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill38Page2 SENATE ACTION CLEARLY PASSEDDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober25,1984DateSignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnion0 'Oswego,NewYork13126(al[)0"aGOl

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswego20thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober17,1984Bill39PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,SenateResolution2(passedbyacclamation,April11,1984)supportedthedevelopmentofaLiteracyVolunteersofAmericachapterinthecollegecommunity,andWHEREAS,this program nowactivelyoperatesandservesstudents,faculty,staffandmembersofthecollegecommunity,andWHEREAS,theCommunityServicesOrganizationhasagreedtoacceptthisprogramundertheirservice program (accomodatingafulltimedirector),andWHEREAS,StudentAssociation'sactiveparticipationinthis program has,andwillcontinuetobenefitthecollegecommunity,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoallocatethesumof$875.00fromSurplusAccount # 99toCommunityServicesAccount # tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.Submittedby:TheExecutiveBranchSponsoredby:DavidMcNalleyMichealPooleRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P'cOlE)24'aco'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate Date byPresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTNovember8,1984Bill39 Offic" of 'l./ic,,-Presi'nt Page2 SENATE ACTIONVoteof23y,On,2a entRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pi'2'['2"cCOl

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONLITERACYVOLUNTEERSEXPENDITURELISTPresidentoftheSenateLiteracyVolunteerBasicLibrary...$300.00National,StateAffiliatefee.$120.00OfficeSupplies$lSO.OOsupportingServices$50.00NationalConferenceRegistrationFee.$25.00InitialWorkshopExpense.............$180.00Postage......................................$50.00total........Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P''O'ClOR'2GQ'$87,5.00

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of'Vice-presiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984Bill40PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Theorganizationalbudgethearingsofthelastlegislativesessionoccuredduringandaroundthetimeoftheelectionsandmid-termsweek,andWHEREAS,Thesehearingsareverylengthyandsometimesrunpastl2:00a.m.,andWHEREAS,Togiveorganizationsfairandjustconsiderationontheirbudgets,andWHEREAS,Asstudentsourfirstpriorityshouldbeourstudies,andWHEREAS,Senatorsshouldalsobeabletoallottimetowardtheelectionsprocess,andWHEREAS,Aproposedbudgetcouncilscheduleofproceedingssoasnottocoincidewithmid-termsweekorcampuselections,wouldprovideabettersituationforthestudents,Senators,andorganizationstoworkwith,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeofNewYorkatOswegothattheDirectorofFinancewill,presenttotheSenateonorbeforeNov.20thofthatfiscalyear,aproposedbudgetcouncilscheduleofproceedingssoasnotcoincidewithmid-termsweekortheelectionsprocessorreligiousholidaysofthatfollowingspringsemester.SUBMITTED BY:RobertGhosioJr.SPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickDavidRothsteinRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Q''2'[101'aGQ'

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Bill40Page2 SSOCIATIONRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'1'[\24'?COlPresidentoftheSenate

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Olfice of tI.e'Vice-prudent StateUniversityCollege at OswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984Bill41PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,atphesenttheStudentAssociationSenatereservestwostudentheldspeakingseats-oneforPathfinderHallandoneforGreekStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,inthepast,lengthydebateensuedovertheaquisitionofstudentheldspeakingseats,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationSenateseesthatthereisconsiderablevaluetotheutilizationofthesespeakingseats,andWHEREAS,thisutilizationhasbeenaconcerntotheStudentAssociationandthegroupsconcerned,andWHEREAS,aswithsenatorialseats,speakingseatsareonlyeffectiveifconsistentlyusedandthoseholdingtheseatsareconsistentlypresentatSenateMeetings,andWHEREAS,byimplementinganattendancepolicythatissimilartothatwhichoverseessenatorialattendance,ontothestudentheldspeakingseats,theStudentAssociationandthegroupsconcernedcouldbecomemoreawareoftheuseofthespeakingseat,and WgEREAS, consistentnon-utilizationofaspeakingseatwouldshowalackofinterestonthepartofthatgroupholdingthespeakingseat,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeofNewYorkatOswegothat:(1)Studentheldspeakingseatswillbeaddedtotherollcall(2)thatiftwomeetingsaremissedbythepersonholdingthespeakingseat,thatthegroupconcernedwillbenotifiedthatshouldathirdmeetingbemissed,thespeakingseatwillbeabolished(3)Ifthreemeetingsaremissed,thespeakinginquestionwillbeabolished.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126P''2'[)?l'aCOl

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill41Page2Thisbillwillbeeffectiveimmediatelyuponpassage.SUBMITTEDBY:RobertGhosio,Jr.SPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickSENATEACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126p''O'E)24'aCQ'

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TUD[NT SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offic" of '1/ic,,-presiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984Bill42PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,SolidStateisaStudentAssociationfundedmusicalgroupperformingfortheentertainmentofthecollegecommunity,andWHEREAS,Inordertoperformasamusicalgroupitisnecessarytooperatewithcertainamplificationequipment,andWHEREAS,Currently,theguitaramplifierinuseisovertenyearsoldandnotingoodworkingcondition,andWHEREAS,ThishascausedTheSolidState'sguitaristtousehisownequipmenttomakeupforthepoorconditionofTheSolidStateguitaramplifier,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationiscommittedtosupportingsolidStatethisyearandtheyearstocome,thereforeBeitenactedthattheSumof$339.06 transferedfromFixedAssetsAccount#912toGuitarAmplifierExpenseAccount#641tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.SENATE ACTIONClearlyPassedDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTNovember2,1984SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY:DanMyers,SolidStateTreasurerPeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceJulioGraciaJenniferCareyPaigeMurrayRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Ogic", of tt.",'Vic",-pruiJ",.. tStateuniversityCollege at OswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984Bill43PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheCommunicationsClub(rhetorica)hasorganizeditsactivitiesaftertheclubbudgetinghasbeencompleted,andWHEREAS,TheProgramfundbudgetinglineincludesanallocationforclubContingency,whichclubscanapproachtheSenateandrequestfundingforitsproposedactivities,andWHEREAS,TheCommunicationsClub'sbudgetrequestisasfollows: E"ents EventASpeaker-Dr.Trembetta,SyracuseUniversityProfessor."CareersinCommunications"$25.00 Event BSpeaker-EricSkopee,SyracuseUniversityProfessor."OrganizationCommunication"$25.00EventCGraduateGatheringSpeaker-AileenGoldberg"JobsinTheCommunicationField"$50.00Speaker-HowardOlinsky,SyracuseUniversityLawProfessor."CommunicationsLaw"$25.00GeneralOperatingExpensesRequestsTelephonePostageOfficeSuppliesTotal$10.00$10.00 $27.0e $47.00Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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Bill43Page2 TUDENT SSOCIATIONTotalBudgetRequest-$172.00Thereforebeitenactedthatthesumof$172.00betransferredfromClub Account#913toCommunicationsClubAccount #978, tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill.PresidentoftheSenateSUBMITTED BY:MarkE1ia,PresidentoftheCommunicationsClubSPONSOREDBY:Michea1poole,RiggsHallSenatorSENATE ACTIONWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126 ... ,5 ... 1 ..21oOI0.. _

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Office of'l/ice-presiJent stateUniversityCollege at OswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober24,1984Bill44PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociation,sincethe1980 1981FiscalYear,hasoperatedagroceryfoodstore,The Corner st'ore,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationhascontinuouslysupportedthisstudentserviceorganization,andWHEREAS,Thestoreoperatesinarelativelysmallspace,andduetothecontinuousrunningofitscoolersandfreezers,whichproducehightemperatureexhaustemissions,TheCornerStorehasbeenexperiencinganoperatingenvironmentofroomtemperaturebeingabove100degrees,threateningproductsontheshelfavailableforconsumption,andWHEREAS,Thisextremeheatbuildupendangerstheoperationsofthecollers,thehealthofthestaffandpatrons,andshortenstheshelflifeofmerchandisesold,thereforeBeitenactedthattosolvethisproblem,andpromotethefreeflowofairwithinthestore,theStudentAssociationtransferthesumof$296.14fromContingencyAccount#914totheCornerStoreMaintenanceAccount#791,tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill,forthepurposesofcompletingtheCornerStoreventilationimprovements.Thebreakdownofthis proposed expenditureis:a)onepre-setthermostatwhichwillcontroltheventilationsystem=$29.76b)onemoterfan........=$118.38c)foureggcrategrills.. =$148.00 $296.14*LaborcostswillbecoveredbytheHewittUnionthroughthestatemaintenanceline,asperagreementwithJimScharfenberger,ActingDirectoroftheHewittUnion.SUBMITTED BY:JohnIrwin,Manager,TheCornerStorePeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126D ''2'5\241aGO'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage2Bill44PresidentoftheSenateSPONSOREDBY:TerryKenealySENATEACTIONVoteof20y,In,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTNovember2,1984Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'215\no'aco'

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office 0/ CVice-presiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember7,1984Bill 45 PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Asstudentsourprimepurposeistoobtainaneducation;andWHEREAS,InordertorepresentourconstituencyweneedtoattendSenateMeetingsregularly;andWHEREAS,SomeSenateMeetingslastuntilthelatehoursoftheeveningthustakingawayfromourstudytime;ThereforebeitenactedbetheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeofNewYorkatOswego,SenatethatWeeklySenateMeetingsbeadjournedat 10:00p.m.SUBMITTED BY:DavidRothsteinSPONSOREDBY: SENATE ACTION WITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Db '2'.' 11'2

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember7,1984WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Office of 'Vice-PreslJent atOswegoIIBill46TheStudentAssociation,asan businessentity,carriescomprehensiveinsurance for alimitedamount.ofliability,workerscompensation,ldisabi1ity,property,suretybonding,andtheftinsurarcecoverage,andThiscoverageismaintainedwithItheTravelersCompany,throughMcDonough-McCormack& w1right, Inc.,ofOswego,NY,andInsurancecarriers,becauseof underwritinglosses,anddecreasingprofit matgins, haveSUbstantiallyincreasedtheirpremiums,andITheStudentAssociationhasno overtheseincreasesincost,andassuch,thebudgetryaccountsetupforthiscoveragewillnotbesufficient0coverthepremiumsthroughouttheyear,andIAtransferwillbenecessarytorovidesuff.icientfundsinthisaccount,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$560.00betransferedfromContingencyAccount#914totheComprehensiveInsuranceAccount#743,toprvidesufficientfundstocoverourinsurancecoveraefor1984-1985.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofSPONSOREDBY:LynnChadwickSENATE ACTIONVoteof20y,On,2aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTNovember8,1984PreslentRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember7,1984 OswegoBill47WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociation,onanon-contractualbasis,storeditsunrentedrefrigeratorsatSamCiappa'sWarehouseonRoute104ofOswego,NY,andWHEREAS,Thebillappropriating$160.00fromContingencyAccount #914 RefrigerationWarehouseExpenseAccount #877, coveredtherentalperiodfromJune&July,andWHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationhasstoreditsrefrigeratorsatthiswarehouseduringAugest,September,andOctober,andassuchisindebtedtoMr.Ciappafor$240.00,andWHEREAS,Arrangementshavenowbeenmadetostoretheunrentedrefrigeratorsoncampus,thankstoassistancefromtheadministration,andWHEREAS,Mr.Ciappahasrefusedtoallowaccesstotheseunrentedrefrigeratorsforthepurposeofmovingthemoncampus,untilhereceivesacheckfromtheStudentAssociation,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$240.00betransferedfromContingencyAccount #914 toWarehouseStorageExpenseAccount # 877,forthepurposesofsatisfyingtheStudentAssociation'sindebtednesstoMr.Ciappa,andalsoforfacilitatingthetransportingoftherefrigeratorsoncampus,sowemaybeabletoeliminateourstorageexpensesinthefuture.SUBMITTED BY:PeterDevine,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:ScottPosnerRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pI'2'5'24'2Go '

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill47Page2SENATEACTIONClearlypassed..Presldent Date Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126P','2'F\21'aco'

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate20thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember7,1984Bill48PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,aspecificrecordofobligationsand restrict&ons ofstudentassociationsenatorsisnecessary,thereforebeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationofSUNYatOswegothatthefollowingbetheLISTOFOBLIGATIONSANDRESTRICTIONSOFSASENATORS:1.ShallsupporttheSAConstitution.2.NosenatorshallholdanyothercivilofficeundertheauthorityofSA.3.ShallrepresenthisconstmtuencybyregularattendanceatSenatemeetingsandtheirrespectivecommitteemeetings.Guidelinesforattendance:AccordingtoArticle1,Section4,subsection2oftheSAConstitution,theSenatemayexpela memberwithconcurrenceof2/3ofthetotalSenate.Groundsforremovalfromofficeofanysenator,onthebasisofattendance,shallbeasfollows:A.Absentformorethanthreemeetingswithoutaproxy.B.Absentfrommorethanfourmeetingswithorwithoutaproxy.C.Absentfromfourcommitteemeetings,ofonesingle:committee.D.Absence,willbedefinedasmissingavoteonthemainmotiononthefloorduringtheperiodoftimebetween6:00P.M.and10:00P.M.oftheregularlyscheduled Wednesday eveningsenatemeetings.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Dbe1'2'.\01'2GO'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateD.(continued)The samedefinitionwillbeusedforcommitteemeetings,BudgetHearings,andemergencymeetingsofthesenate.butthetimeparameters amd'" daywillchange accmrding tothecase.Thesetermsshallbeconsideredbindingonallsenators.4.Shallbea memberofatleastone standang committeeofthesenate.BeitfurtherenactedthatthisLISTOFOBLIGATIONSANDRESTRICTIONSOFSASENATORSwillbecomeanamendmentoftheby-lawsofthe6onstitutionuponapprovalof2/3ofallthemembersofthesenate.SENATE ACTIONWITHDRAWNSUBMITTEDBY:Rules Committee SPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126pIq'2'5\29'2'

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateOffice of the't/ice-presiJent StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate20thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember14,1984atOswegoBill49WHEREAS,Qualitychildcareinnotcurrentlyavailableforstudents,facultyorstaffatSUNYOswegoand,WHEREAS,Childcarefacilitiesinthecollegecommunitydonotprovidelowcostchildcareforstudents;nordocurrentchildcarefacilitieshavethecapacitytoaccomodatepeopleinneedofthisvitalservice,and,WHEREAS,Acommitteeofstudents,facultyandadministration/staffwasformedinMay1984toinvestigatethefeasibilityofchildcareontheOswegoCampus,andhasbeenactivelypursuingtheprogramand,WHEREAS,TheOswegoChildCareCommitteesubmittedagranttoSUNYforapproximately$30,000.00toestablishachildcarecenter(thegrantappearsfavorable)and,WHEREAS,TheOswegoChildren'sCenterInc.,hasbeenanintegralpartinsearchingforaqualitychildcarecenterfacilityandprogramwiththecommitteeand,WHEREAS,TheChildCareCommitteeandtheBoardofDirectorsoftheChildren'sCenterhaveagreedtomergetheireffortsandcombinebothprogramstoincreasethecapacityandqualityofchildcareinthecollegecommunityand,WHEREAS,Thecollegeadministrationhascommittedtheinstitutiontolongtermuseofspaceandfacilityincludingutilitiesandmaintenenceforthechildcarecenterand,WHEREAS,DemographicindicatorsfromSUCO'sStudentAdvisementCentershowariseinnontraditionalstudents,inferringanolderpopulation;earlyretirementincentivesforfacultywillbringayoungerpopulationofnewfacultymembers(seeproposal)andQualityChildCareoncampusmayprovidegreateraccesstoSUCOformanypeopleinthecommunityand,Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126 __ ....2l.fO,cQ,;Q'l.------_

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill49Page2WHEREAS,AcommittmentfromtheStudentAssociationwouldenhanceanddevelopaqualitychildcareprogramontheOswegoCampus,thereforeBeitenactedthatStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeofNewYorkatOswegoallocatethesumof$20,000.00fromSurplusAccount #99, toChildCareAccount # (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthis billY:-SUBMITTED BY:TheExecutiveBranchSPONSOREDBY:EricJ.Ritter,OffCampusSenatorRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126----.-----------.JlOUo.h.......J.'..21lo1iS.'.Ol2.AiQ'1.o2.II2OQ,.,' _