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ASWNMU SENATE MEETING
III. Roll Call
IV. Approval of Agenda
V. Approval of the Minutes
VI. Executive Council Reports
B. Vice President Denton also encouraged everyone to participate in the upcoming Homecoming events.
C. Secretary Ambriz complimented the Senators notebooks. He also stated that he would not be in his office the following week because he is going to recruit for the university.
D. Treasurer Castillo said that he would have the amount for the vending machines at the next meeting. He asks that the money received for raffle tickets be brought to him weekly.
E. Attorney General Hazlett said that there are twenty returning clubs and three new clubs. He also announced that the Student Government has spent $2700.00 out of the $10,000.00 allowed for this year. Attorney General Hazlett asked that Pro Tempore Preston transfer minutes and agendas to one computer because of the need for the Senate to take charge of the minutes and the agendas of the Senate meetings.
F. Governmental Affairs Director Rutherford reminded the Senate about the top five issues worth lobbying for:
G.A.D. Rutherford stated that he would be attending an ASNM Conference on November 16-17, 2001 in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
G. Public Relations Officer Bocanegra encouraged people to keep trying to sell raffle tickets and asked them to try and sell one or two a day. He announced that there would be an Open Forum for the Executive and Judicial Branch on Wednesday, October, 17,2001 at 10:00am. He asked for the allocation of $50.00 to purchase drinks and snacks for the Open Forum.
H. Committee Reports:
VII. Old Business
B. President Zuniga said she attended meetings this summer about the Corre Caminos Transportation. She said that the athletic department would like to split the cost of a bus stop shelter for the bus stop near campus. The amount of the shelter would be $250.00. Senator Romano moved to postpone the discussion to next meeting. Senator Franzoy seconded. The motion carried 13-0.
B. Senator Franzoy announced that the next Health Advisory meeting would be October 24, 2001 in the Health offices at 9:00am.
C. Senator Spurr said that the Student Government raised $76.00 for the New York victims at the past volleyball game.
D. Maria Rolfe announced that the movie night for Homecoming week is changed to 8:00pm. She said that the Homecoming King and Queen nominations are over and there will be a counting in her office at 1:30 on Thursday, October 4, 2001. She also stated that there will be a open forum for the attacks in New York and Washington D.C. Thursday night, October 4,2001 at 7:00pm.
E. The next caucus is scheduled for October 16, 2001 at 8:15pm. The next meeting is scheduled for October 24, 2001.
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