ASUCI Senate Minutes
ASUCI LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MINUTES
October 28, 2010
I. Bureaucratic procedure
A. Call to Order: 5:10pm
B. Approval of Minutes: Vik/Neal
C. Approval of Agenda: Adrian/Arellano
E. Guest List: Crystal Luu, Sejal Thaker, (Arnel Sancianco), Rob Haghighi, George Karatoroysan, Tarun Patel
II. Public Comment: 0 minutes
III. Old Business
IV. New Business
A. Item #27 R46-26
Motion to pull to the floor Ip/Johnson
Motion to call to question Omeid/Derrick
Motion passes 13-0-0
B. Item #28 R46-27
Motion to pull to the floor Vikram/James
Motion to call to question Ip/James
Motion to vote acclimation Vikram/Christian
Motion passes by acclimation
Motion to pull 28,29,31,32,33 Vikram/Johnson
Motion to call 28,29,31,32,33 to question Omeid/Neal
Motion to vote by acclimation Vikram/Neal
C. Item #29 R46-28
D. Item #31 R46-30
E. Item #32 R46-31
F. Item #33 R46-32
G. Item #34 R46-33
H. Item #35 R46-34
Friendly amendment “student programming funding board”
Motion to pull to the floor Ip/Christian
Motion to call to question Adrian/Sally
Motion passes by 14-0-0
Motion to recess for 5 minutes Christian/Neal
I. Item #36 R46-35
Motion to pull to the floor James/Christian
Add the goal
Add that statement on to who SHOULD be and who CAN be
What elections this is for
Author has rescinded this resolution
Motion to suspend the rules for until the end of current discussion Ip/Adrian
Motion to reinstate the rules Martin/James
Motion to call to question for Jedrick, Omeid/Neal
Motion passes to Appoint Jedrick for the At-Large Representative by 10-0-2
V. Standing Committee Reports
A. Rules: Done with all the new members here! Keep looking through the bylaws.
B. Finance: Erik and Sandy so that people can look at a simplified version online.
More detailed copies of the budget from 2006-2010
Andrea now goes to SPFB to hopefully be a voting member
Projector on Tuesday
C. Public Info: Working on the first townhall meeting; maybe other committees can help.
Townhall meeting might be 5-7pm or 6-7pm
Who to be invited: Jesse Cheng, Meredith Michaels, Board of Trustees member, Contact Director of Student Center and Event Services
D. Committee on Committees: Finalized the form to send to committees PDF leg council listserv. Get more detailed report. More of a commissioner report rather than a standing report.
VI. Special Committee Reports
A. Parking and Transportation: Nothing
B. Housing and Dining: Nothing
C. Retention Committee: Logistical plan meeting. Start SOAR in winter quarter. Townhall: Nov 23rd. Gateway Center first floor Aldrich park. Old LGBT center used to be.
D. Marketing Committee: Flags around Newport; talked to Sergio from the bookstore, might be able to get flags for free as long as we buy the poles. Display cases in UTC.
E. Student-Faculty Relations Committee: How we can help them publicize for the event.
F. Sustainability: Alex brought up an idea to use the extra money that we aren’t using for electricity and using solar panels instead. Kevin S. meet with him. Talk with housing to see when they can meet with the supervisors.
G. Hospitality: Legislation will be rewritten later.
VII. Office Reports
A. Office of the President: Meeting with academic senate chair. Leadership panel Mesa court council.
B. Office of the Executive Vice president: ASUCI apps for SOCC.
Past Wednesday there was a debate at Crystal Cove Auditorium.
Fee Increase: around 10%
C. Office of the Administrative Affairs vice president: Vendor Fair: It rained, more foods
ROAR: midterm breakfast, ASUCI car rally Nov 6th 11am-2pm, scavenger hunt with cars!
Administrative: rich lynch/Meredith Michaels: budget issues with Bren Events, financial accountability.
Garden Initiative: Educational experience… $20,000. In AV, a garden. SUBWAY is the devil, as noted by Omeid.
Good Evening: First episode came out
D. Office of the Academic Affairs vice president: Met with social sciences professor Russell Dalton on Monday, agreed to lobby in our favor before the academic senate council on educational policy once we reach that level in the process.
Academic senate: applications just closed, interviews are soon.
Professor luncheons, professor shaw from the women’s studies program
Thursday of week 8 at 12pm
Speakers and debate: five days ‘til J-spot! Tuesday, 11/2 7-8:30pm, Pacific Ballroom D.
E. Office of the Student Services vice president: none
Autumn Harmonies right after this legislative council meeting
Rally next Tuesday… 530pm.
New people on the listserv
Breast Cancer Awareness
Next month is lung cancer awareness
Meeting Adjourned: 6:57pm Fernando/Neal