President Martinez, VP Wak Wak, Chief Justice Moser, Senate Secretary Laura Wilson
Absent:Mr. Williams, Mr. Lytle, Mr. Smith
Audience:Pam Laird, Will Ferguson, Mike Bybee, Leovardo Diaz
Minutes:September 21, 2004.Senator Rodgers asked who had received the minutes via email.Not everyone had.Senator Coleman made a motion to table the
minutes until the next meeting, Senator Johnson seconded the motion.Motion carries.
·In Mr. Lytles absence Senator Rodgers announced the Night Golf event on
Thursday at There is a $5.00 fee for students.
·President Martinez:*Discussed a
handout of “Ways to Publicize News & Events”.Alternative route to publicity outsice of
having Bruce Twitchell, Media
Relations Director do your publicity, however Bruce has the same handout.*Wanted to let those of you know that were
scheduled to meet October 14 at
with he and the CDA group, that will not be happening.They apparently have a scheduling
conflict.We are looking for a different
time, possibly Willing to miss class to meet at that
time.He asked if those scheduled for
the previous time would be able to make the alternate time.They said they could or would make the
time.The meeting room will be
rescheduled and CDA will be contacted to confirm.*Taping for Northwest Morning will be tomorrow
(Wednesday) at p.m.at
KLEW for the October 16 Legacy Project Silent Auction that is being
developed.Anyone that wants to go with
President Martinez for the taping is invited.They will talk about the project and possibly other projects,
programming or issues that we deal with too.If anyone is interested just let him know after this meeting.*Co-curricular Funding proposals are due October
to be submitted on-line.*Dine with Dene
is still scheduled for October 13.He
asked if there was any progress with the contacting prospective
legislators.Senator Rodgers had
contacted the campaign coordinators to extend the invitation and is awaiting
responses.*State Board of Education
meetings will be here at LCSC on October 21 & 22.*President Martinez is working through the
Office of College Advancement to get naming rights to get naming rights for the
Legacy Project contingent upon successful raising of the money.He is thinking that might be a unique way to
address the board on naming rights.We
might think of how to title the project.The piece itself has a name – The Human Race.However, the project should have a name.
·Chief Justice Moser – Introduced Leovardo Diaz and stated that Will Ferguson
was present last week. Leo and Will are the candidates Chief Justice Moser
hasrecommended for Associate Justice
·SUB Board:President Martinez
reported:He was not in attendance at
the meeting, however he reported that the permanent signage discussion was
tabled to be discussed at a future meeting.
·Student Affairs:VP Wak Wak
announced that the next meeting will be on Monday, October 11 at for any other person that might be able to
fill that vacancy on that committee.Senator Caines has a conflict at that time.They would really appreciate more student
representation on that committee.
·Senate Bill 04-F011, Motion to pass Senator Johnson, Second Senator
Nicholes.Vote:8 yes.Bill passed.
·Senate Bill 04-F013, Motion to pass Senator Caines, Second Senator
King.Discussion:Senator Rodgers stated that he would prefer
the bill to be tabled at this time so that the candidate could be present when
the bill is voted on.A motion was made
by Senator Munguia to table the bill until the next meeting.The motion was seconded by Senator
Coleman.Vote:7 yes, 1 abstention.Motion carries.
·Senate Bill 04-F014, Motion to pass Senator Johnson, Second Senator
Nicholes.Vote:8 yes.Bill passed.
·Senate Bill 04-F015, Motion to pass Senator Johnson, Second Senator
Munguia.Vote:8 yes.Bill passed.
·Senate Bill 04-F016, Motion to pass, Senator Coleman, Second Senator
Nicholes:Vote:8 yes.Bill passed.
Senate Information Reports:
setting up a tour of the ActivityCenter.Discussion ensued.It was decided to try to set up a tour during
a Roundtable meeting time and to then invite Jaime White to a Roundtable
meeting after having toured the facility.*Senator Coleman suggested sending
thank you cards to the city for getting the crosswalks done.VP Wak Wak stated that she did get a call
back from Mike M. with the City who said that they were obligated to replace
the crosswalks covered by the chip seal and the new ones did not need to go
through planning and zoning and did not really cost much more to do and because
they were under pressure from Student Affairs.VP Wak Wak has the contact information to send a thank you card to.*Reminder to get the Campus Safety Walk
scheduled.Senator Munguia will get it
scheduled.*Senator Coleman also
suggested publicizing the campus escort policy.This would be a service provided by Security
after hours when faculty/staff/students can call Security
and request an escort to their car or dorm room.It was suggested that this be put in the
Warrior Spotlight and/or be the Security
Tip of the Week.
Lathrop, CAMP Program Advisor, asked her if Student Government would be
interested in doing volunteer work for senior citizens such as washing windows,
mowing lawns.President Martinez stated that he had read the
information from Senator Munguia and they are in are one and two man crews for
one to three hours.Please get the
information from Senator Munguia.President Martinez will also pass the information on the Ambassador
the LCSC Day at NIC agenda that he put in everyone’s mailbox.This event is on October 28.
·Pam Laird:Discussed issues with
the student health insurance and the timeframe in which it is taking to get the
prescription coverage and availability of the prescription cards.Senator Racich volunteered to look into the
to adjourn Senator Johnson, Second Senator Mungia.Motion carries.+Meeting Adjourned4:59 p.m.