Agenda for November 23, 2009

Order of Business

  1. Call to Order
  2. Roll Call
  3. Approval of the Minutes & Agenda
  4. Executive Business
    1. President’s Report
    2. VP for Financial Affair’s Report
    3. Committee Chairs’ Reports
      1. i.      Chair of Student Life Committee
      2. ii.      Chair of Academic Affairs Committee
      3. iii.      Chair of University Affairs Committee
      4. iv.      Chair of Financial Appropriations Committee
  5. Unfinished Business
    1. Budget and Appropriations Restructuralization Committee
      1. i.      Proposal – Re-Draft
    2. Presidential Climate Commitment (University Affairs)
    3. Winter Break Retreat (Student Life)
    4. Gmail Project (University Affairs & Mr. Mesik)
  6. New Business
    1. A Bill (SB F 2009-07) Appropriations
    2. A Resolution (SR F 2009-04) Budget Proposal
  7. Advisors’ and Members’ Remarks
  8. Announcements
  9. Gallery Remarks
  10. Adjournment

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Minutes for November 9, 2009

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. Zachary BROWN) called the meeting to order at precisely (4:02pm)

Mr. O’NEIL took roll call. [See: Attendance list is attached.]

Mr. BROWN summarized the meeting’s agenda and without objection the agenda and previous meeting’s minutes were approved.

Mr. Brown pointed out the SGA has saved over 175 pages alone today by moving to a power point agenda

Mr. Brown requested approval from the body for the last meetings minutes

Mr. Brown Moved into Executive Business

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Revised SGA Appropriations Budget Restructuralization Project proposal

The following is the SGA Appropriations Budget Restructuralization Project proposal, as revised by The Budget and Appropriations Restructuralization ad hoc Committee as of November 18, 2009.

This document is the previous draft with current revisions. Strikethrough denotes removal, whereas highlighted text denotes addition. These revisions address grammatical and clerical issues, as well as the controversial issue of whether or not Student Government intends to have the fee included in the expected tuition increase for Fall 2010.

This document is the final draft, revisions included, as it will be voted on November 23, 2009, and potentially sent to the Board of Trustees.