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The State University of } ew York ~ollege for Teachers at Buffalo

.EETII G OF BO. RD OF DIRECTORS OF F CU TY-STUDE,. T ASSOCD.TI r - .'fAY 16, 1951

Te election of officers occurred with Dr. Rockwell presiding. It was moved by Dr. Fretz, seconded by Dr. Peterson, and carried, that since the President is leaving and the Jean is to be acting ad..~inistrator, the latter be made President

of the Board of Directors. It was t en moved by .. r. Goehle, seconded by Jiss Reed,

n the first ballot there

and carried, that ballots e cast for Vice-Presidency.

was a tie, but on the second a1lot Dr. Peterson was elected. It was moved by iliss Reed, sec'Jnded by Dr. Petcrso~1, and carried, th'J. t the Joard follow the recommendation of the State Attorney that the Financial Secretary serve as Treasurer. For Secretarj to the Board, the name of arjorie Eyring was nominated. It was moved by Dr. Peterson, seconded by r. Goehle, and carried, that Dr. Fretz and Miss Reed constitute a committee for further nominat i on to propose three candida tes for the budget be prepared by the Treasurer for action b the Board to cover the adminis- trative expenses of the Association for the fiscal year, insuring i~ th~s the requisite clerical services for the Secretary. A motion was ma.de by 1r. Goehle, sec0nded by Dr. Peterson, and carried, that a committee be appointed by the President of the Board to study publicity for the Faculty-Student Association, with the charge to report suc:1 a study to the Board of Directors. A motbn ras !!la e by Ur. ,}oehle, sec )nded by Dr. Peterson, and carried, that the resident of the Board appoint a con't-:ri. ttee of two to study the opera ti ')ns of the various units for which the Association is responsible. ~r. Gochle and Dr. Peterson were so appointed. Eeeting was adjourned at 10:00 A.,. ~. u::-itil the following Wednesday, at 8:45 A... f. office of Secretary. A motion was made, seconded, amended, and carried that a

Respectfully subnitted,

~~ -- £: . ~ Catherine E. Reed appointed Secretary pro-tern

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STATE JlTIV ~RSITY OJ:l ,rm YORK

NE'J Y RK STATE COLLEGE F(R TE\.CHEr S ·T BU-;iFAL")

_:inutes of the spe c iaJ./meetin~~ of the Boe.rd of Dlriectors of the Faculty- Student Association of the College - September 16 , 1952

The .:)pecial meeting was opened by the president . 11,fombers present included Dean Horn , T.iiss Reed , Dr . Pete r son , Dr . Fretz , and Mr . Goehle . President .,.. ice was also pr<: sent to pr•esent the matter gi-ving rise to th:..s meeting . President Rice and ~jl; • Goehle oresented. evidence sho\\ing the incompetency of ~.r . b o'otil-e to handle the me.nagement and ac cotmting of the Pood Services . A copy of !.r . Goehle ' s report was filed with the secretary ' s minutes . A thorou~h discussion of this report followed . Miss Reed moved that · the Board authorize the

treasurer to employ a ful l- time acco~ntant at the rate of $33GG . OO a year as a beginning salar y . Said accountant to take office as soon as he could be employed . Dr . Fretz seconded , and the ~otion was carried by 3 affirmative votes , 1 abstaining . Mr . Goehle moved that we continue :11r . Dalla ' s present salary for Food Services until September 30 , 1952 , at which time his services involving res9onsibility to this Board be discontinued . Dr . Fretz seconded , and the motion was carried by 2 affirmative votes , 1 abstain!ng . ~iss ieed was absent .

'1 1 he rneetine; adjourned at 12:00 . The next regular meeting of the Board will be September lo ., 1952 at 4:00 P . :,· . Respectfully submitted , ~;;<. ~ Shirle{ L. Bommer Secretary

FACULTY-STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS AT BUFFALO, INC. Special Board of Directors Meeting-Febru!U"Y 19, 1965-

A special meeting of the Board of Directors of the Faculty-Student Association, held on February 19, 1965, in the President's Conference Room·was called to order at 3:00 p.m. by President Paul Bulger with the following members present: Paul Bulger, Charles LaMorte, Houston Robison and Stanley Zielinski. Oscar Bailey, Associate Professor of Photography; Charles Swedlund, Assistant Professor of Photography; Richard Whitford, Assistant to the President and Director of Internat– ional Education; Richard Lampkin, Professor, Science; Arthur Bradford, Professor, English; George Sherrie, Professor of Education and Coordinator, Evaluation and Instructional Research Center; Edna Lindemann, Professor of Home Design and Coordinator of Special Projects; Irving Foladare, Associate Professor, Sociology; Silas Molyneaux, Director of Public Infdrm.ation; and Eugene Cook, President, College Student Association were also present. CATALOO OF THE EXHIBITION OF FOUND OBJECTS Opening statement by President Bulger concerning the resources and efforts of the college with a view to making a significant impact on the cultural. life of the community.

President Bulger stated that the Faculty-Student Association at the previous meeting held January 22, 1965, had agreed to publish the catalog in question. He also stated that this present meeting was not designed to change words, artistic style or in any way infringe on any author or ~tist whose work appeared in the catalog. The meeting was called in order to make the boa.rd members aware of the actual material in the catalog which they had not previously seen and to determine whether the board was still willing to support the i,ilblication of the catalog. A discussion took place with the following points under discussion: l. The people who would buy the catalog 2. The use of certain words and phrases which might possibly be offensive to some 3. The possible changing of words or deletion of words 4. The possible repercussions in the community 5, The morale of the Art Faculty 6. The implications for the creative efforts of other faculty members

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7. The merit of one particular piece of prose by Jonathan Williams 8. The question of whether the correctness of English usage or style should be the oYer-riding issue or whether the impact of the piece as an artistic effort should prevail. 9. The possible use of a private publishei

A concensus of the three board members other than the chairman indicated that Houston Robison, Stanley Zielinski and Charles LaMorte supported the previous action of the Faculty-Student Association Board. The meeting adjourned at approximately 4:00 p~m. Respectfully submitted

Charles LaMorte Acting Secretary

~ACULTY-STUOENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STf\TE UiHVEr?SITY COLLEGE FO t~ TEi-\CME .1S t.T BUFFALO., me.

IA sped a 1 meet fog of the Board of Di rectors of th~ :=c'lcul ty Student

Association was held and called to order on June 18, 1965, in the Faculty

Dining Room of Moot Hall, at 9:30 A.M. by President Paul G. Bulger, with

the fo11o,l'!ing members present:

President Bulger, Cr .. LaMorte, Or .. ·!obison, ·

Commander Baker, Dean Palmieri. Absent: Stenley Zielinski (on leave in

Also present: Theodora Eckert, Chairman of the Sdence Department,

Alaska).

James Sells, Chafrman of the Health, Physkal Educcltio11 & :focrec.Jtion Depart- ment, lioward Sengbusch, Director of Arts & Sdences, Charles Gall, College Plant Planning Coordinator, John Urban, ?rofessor in Science Departrnent,

Richard Whitford, Assistant to the President and Director of International

Education, 1obert Johnson, Corporation t.ccountant, Sarnue1 Co Battaglia.,

Corporation Counsel, Dan Hunter, Assistant Director of Activities, Kathryn Graham, Secretarial Assistant to the Presidentj and the following student representatives: Fred Devinney, Prssident of Class •60, Forrest Benson, President of Class 1 b7, Thomas .~icl:, President ~f Class 1 58., ~obert Hausrath, C.S.A. Treasurer., 1 ~5- 1 66., Carole Battaglia., Class of '67, ~epresentative-at-Large, Eugene Cook, Past President of C.S.A.

President Bulger stated the meeting \iJas cal led to discuss and to !)ass

upon bio important matters or proposals., to \·dt: 1st. the possibilit}' of

purchasing the building of the Sea Scouts Group of the Boy Scouts of

America loceted near the Dlack .1ock Canal and the Niagaru iHver., Buffalo,

New York, and 2nd. the possibility of using the on-campus home at 1320

Elm. •ood Avenue, \,·Jh ich he \'Jas vacating as a sell sustaining on-campus dining hall for the fac ul ty ?1d staff members.

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Proceeding on the Sea Scout matter, Dr. Bulger pointed out th~t the

building was located on approximately three (3) to four (4) acres ofl2nd

0'1Jned by the State of Me11J York and under VJritten lease to the Sea Scouts.,

:med an adjoining 60 foot strip, and that

and that the City of Duffalo 0 1

it I/Ju$ his understanding that the Sea Scouts \i-Jere relinquishing their lease

if they could sell the building. Me also Sti:;ted that the faculty-Student Association for th~ past three (J) or four (4) years had been seeking a

\tJater front location of this type for the recrec::tional and educational use

and benefit of the student members and that the location in question, being

re ad i 1 y access i b1e from our Campus, '.\JOU

1d be idea 1 for thct purpose and as

a possible aquatic research laboratory which the State might eventually be

interested in conducting es p~rt of the instructional activities of the

Col 1-.: ge. A description VJas given, c.i co;1y o·f which is attc)ched to these

minutes as a part thereof. Considerable discussion ensued on the matter

during which each and every person present expressed his or her vie~Js or

opinions thereon., all of which were enthusiastically in favor of acquiring

the building if possible.

The,-eupon., Dr o

1fobi sen made, and Mr 9

B2ker seconded., the mot ion that

the Faculty-Student Association negotiate the purchase, if possible., o-f the

aforesaid building of the Sea Scouts at a cost of not to exceed $22,000 • .,

provided and upon condition., hoi1ever., that the Faculty-Student Assocfation

could lease or purchase the lands in question from the State of New York

and, if possiblej the City of Buffalo, upon mutually satisfactory terms

and conditions.

THE MOTION L'AS UN/-\iHMOUSLY PASSED.

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Dr o Bu 1ger then stated he 1.i1as vacating the on-campus home at 1320 ..

El rci,iood /wenue this corning Monday and that, ~ 1 though its use rni ght

sometime in the future be assigned to the Mor.ie Economics Departrrent, the

Board might consider the extension of the availab le cam;>us -food se rvices

to this facility for f a culty and staff m8mbers, on a self-sust s ining basis

pending the determincition of its ultimate use.

r.fter discussion, upon the

motion o f Dr. :1obison, seconded by Dr. LaMorte and unanimously PASSED, it

,,Jas resolved that, in the event the 1320 residence becomes available f or

us e a s a Faculty-Staff Lounge and Dining Service Facility, the operation

on a sel f -sustaining basis t,1Jould be conducted by the Food Services Division.

Upon t he motion o-1 Mr. 13 ,d

Pl:.SSED, it •.:1a s resolved that t :1e :~.P. Schemerhorn & Associcltcs be hired to

make the annua 1 audit of the Cor po rci t ion I s books for th~ fi sea 1 ye~r,

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There being no further business be for e t he B0/.'.'.1 0j) t he Preside nt

declared it close d et 12:00 o'clock noono

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trat1Ye •tatt thereor: Pree14errt of b Collese, the Vic -Pre 14ellt tor Acd.e!d.c Attalre, the Vice- etd nt or Stud.eat Affair•, the Vlce-P.rea at tor Mainlatntton, am Dll'ector ot n. '!'be tntng •lz (6) membere •ball conalat or t (3) tacu.l memben three (3) etwteat 1n replar attendance• olle to be elected by th llhlben or tile eoc :tl -(fQ at tte anmal meett /\ 41rectora h U ne am continue in offl untll t next annual meetlns o~ oc tlon, or U.lltll their e"cceaaora a ll CJ.! or be elseted. " ()/l'r It wae JDOYed by Mr. Cabe, ,;;;;,.;;,,,;;....,..iiiiiiiiiiiit to accept Mr. Johnson'• come t1on t t Artlci.t II - Membership, Section l - Ellgtblllty be chanpc! tram the evrent 18 on memberahlp in tht• rnt.aS.011, to a 19.;,ereon m , reh1p, c r or twtente ei.ctecl by the College Student Aeeociat1on to three (3), 11 of qe or old r.

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It vu mowcl by Mr. lie be, eeconded by Jlr. Bake, and wntmoua]3' IIJBed. to add the &tateant, "elected by tbe tae\llty", V1tb re:tereDCe tG tacUlV poe1• tlone in the Aeaoclatlon memberahip, W'.¥ier Article II - Mem:benbip, Section l - EUgib1Uty. It wu mowd by Mr. McCabe, eec2nded b7 Mr. Baker and unan1n,u.aq puaecl to delete tbe vord.• in parenthe•l , "of vhom not more than tvo (2) can ~ t.roa the same d1Yia1on o~ the college 11 , under .Article II - Mellberahtp, Section l ... Eligibility, and accept the coaalttee'• report with abaft change• and eo 1nrona the mellberahtp. Nro Baker presented & copy ot a lllellOraadUII from the Corporation Awlttor, Jlr. Becker, vhich e\Dllllllrlzed apecltlc reeCIB!matlou for conaldentlon with »lam tor :review and illplementation tbereo:r. A caw ot the memorandma was received . It waa Jllt)ftd by Jlr. Baker, aeconded ~ Mr. IaMortAt nd unan!mowl~ puaed to am,o1nt Mr. Baker, in conaultation vith the JPoocl Sen1.ce Director and the Corpomtion Accountant, to lDYeattgate alternat1fta, dei,th ot imeatigatlon, and relative coat• tnvol.wd in impleen tlon ot a toad au.rvey aa apprtned at the meeting ot ~bruary 6, l$'6T, and to present tlndlns• to the Board ot Directors. !he President appointed u ·Ad Hoc Comittee conei•tlng o~ Mr. i.Jbrte u at&irman, Mr. Baker and Hr. Johnaon, to rei"ftnl preaeat •tatua amt recoemead :t'Uture policy vitb resi,ect to the Pllblic Belattona Account. Upon the motion o~ Mr. IaJ.brte, seconded by M.r. Baker and umntmuly pe•ed, the meettas vu adjourned at 11:10 a.m. and filed.

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FACULTY-STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATE UN IVERS ITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO, INC.

A Special Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Faculty-Student Association was ca 11 ed ·to order by President Fretwe 11 at 7 :00 p .m. on Tuesday, October 22, 1968, in the President's conference room, Rockwell Ha11 206, with the following members present: E. K. Fretwell, Jr., G. R. Sherrie, C. P. LaMorte, E.W. Baker, Jr., D. l(ennedy, N" Weaver, H. T. Robison, R. Cherkauer, F. Kroll, and K. Gleason. Also present were: Steve Petro, C.S.A. Representative; Samuel Battaglia, Corpora t ion Attorney; and Robert Johnson, Corporation Accountant.

Steve Petro, C.S.A. Representative, presented a.. ······-··-······ survey taken ·by the C.S.A~ on the current food service situation. Hts report was reviewed, received and ft led. T~e Board expressed thefr thanks to Mr. Petro, and he was excused. Mr. Johnson and Mr. Baker reported a · food service fact-finding survey of other State University colleges and presented a confidential report to the members. It was moved by Mr. Cherkauer, seconded by Ml ss G1 easo1·1, and unanimously carried that a committee comprised of Mr. Fretwell, Mr. LaMorte, Mr. Baker, Mr. Weaver, Miss Kroll, and Mr •. John~on canvass the food manage– ment market to receive proposals for the Food Service · Management as expeditiously as possible. It was moved by Mrs. Kennedy, seconded by Mr. Robison, and unanimously carried to imp.fement the recommen– dations contained in a report from tile Erie County Department of Health with respect to sanitary condlttons of the food service operations and to maintain sanitary conditions In the future. Mr. Sherrie was directed to transmit the report to Mr. Cannamela. Upon the motion of Mr. LaMorte, and seconded by Mr. Robison, the meeting was unanimously adjourned at 12:00 a.m. -

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Robert E. Johnson Acting Secretary

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FACUL'l'Y-S'IDDE:NT ASSOCIATION STATE UBIVEBSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO, IBC.

A Special meeting ot the Board ot Director ot the Faculty-Student Ae ociation waa call 4 to order by President E. K., Fretwell illDl diately following the ori tat1on dinner at 8:20 p.m.. on We , Sept her 17 1 1969 in th State Rom ot Moot Hall with the t'ollowing rs present: E. IC. Fretwell, c. Bauer, s. Sm.1th, c. Iannaccone, D. Scbac11ng and R. Rothschild. Alao present were: Thomas Qua.troche, Associate Vice-President tor Stu4ent Atf'aira; Willia Bird, President ot C.S.A.; Ralph Kurland, Preaid.eDt, Sophanore Cl s; Chana Kagan, student repres ntati ve; George Laug, Willi Licata and Cb.eater P r, faculty representatives; Gerald Pete • Service Systems• Angela. Palmieri, Aaaiatant Vice-President tor Student Attaira; Charlot ett rman I Manager, Bookstore; Kenneth Willmot. Director, Food Services i Mark Franci , Recor4; Jim Olli r, Tra.ttic Chairman; Sam Battaglia, Corporation Co\mael; and Boben Johnson, Corporation Accountant. Mr. Quatroche 1 Associate Vic -President tor Student Attaira, was appointed a member of the Board to serve until Mr. LaMorte's return from sabbatical leaw.

Mr. Johnson explained the critical financial status ot the r.s.A. due to substantial loaaes in the 1968-69 tiscal y ar sustained by Pood Senic a. Incre ed food and pqroll co ts without can.par :ble selling price 1ncreaaes 1 lov resident eal plan parllcipatiOll (wl.untar, al plen1 and low Tending inc within the food services were the main causitive t. ton. Diacrwaaion toll.owed in which the President c d the employaent ot Mr. Steven Gittler aa Executive Director to, among other 4utiea, at the operation ot th Asaoctation'a various enicea without loaa. Mr. Bauer moved, Mr. Smith seconded the hiring ot Mr. Gittler as the part-time b cutive Director ot tbe Paculty--Student Aaaoclation on a bi-weekly salary ot $127!11' to serve such until the Pr sident or th Board ot Dir otora IIUQ' othervis dete ne. Motion carri d with l abstention. Mr. Bauer aoved, Mr. Smith seconded and it vas W18Dimoualy agree4 to adJour.n the ting at 9:05 p.m. R ape~tully submitted, ~~ec~

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srAT:8 mn:vr.-dtSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO FACULTY srUDENT ASSOCIATION, INC.

An unofficial meeting of the Board of Directors of the Faculty '-.._..,,, Student Association was called t .o order on August 2, 1971 in Rockwell Hall 217 at 4:05 p.m. by President Fretwell.

DIRECTORS

ATTa."qNEY

E.K. Fretwell W.B. Greenwood S.A. Smith (Abs) T.J. Quat.roche (Abs)

S. Battaglia

D. Houck (Abs) w. Bennett C. Palmer (Abs)

ASSOCIATION MEMBERS PRESEl"\JT C. A.1esse and T. Toy

Mr. Gerald Fina.ldi, Food Service Director, recommended the purcha.se of new dishwa.shing machines for Moot Hall at the approximate cost of $10,000 to $12,000. Mr. Finaldi explained that the cost of repairing our twelve year old macbi:r..es would cost 1/3 of the entire repair bt1.dget for the year. He also explained th~t due to the stru~tural failure involved, these repai::-s would probably not keep the machines in operation for the year. President, :F:retuell asked for further qu0.stions on the su:'c,:iect. SJ.nee there were no11e, President F:--etKeJ.l autho:dzed the &"Cecutive Di:r.e~tor of FSA to take the proper steps to implement the purchase of the new dish.washing machines for Moot Hall. There were no questions regarding the previous minutes. 'br. William Bennett recC'mmended that a one time only special award contract be given to a newly organized dairy under the guidance of the Black Development. Fou... "'1..dation and that a commi t,tee be established to study the long range effects of minority economic develop– ment. it was suggested ·tihri:t an inquiry be made regarding a rene~otiation of the bids for the milk contract from 01Jr College. There were no objer,tions to moving ahead with this idea so President Fretwell appoint.ed a four person

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Ad Hoc Committee to study the question of cost and to recommend acy action they might consider appropriate. This might involve a request for a Directors' Meeting. This Committee consists of': Howard B. MacAd.am, Chairman; Wi.lliam Bennett, Gerald Finaldi and Don ~~k. The meeting adjourned at 4:30 p.m. Respectfully submitted, c~ -4 "'"AA_) Camille Spyr.a C) Recording Secretary

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FACULTr-STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO, INC.

The Ninth Special Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Faculty– Student Association was called to order by President ~etwell on March 21, 1972 in the Communications Center, Room "N" at 5:20 p.m.

ATTCENEI s. Battaglia (Abs.)

DIRECTORS

E. IC. Fretwell n.· Schwartz S.A. Smith T.J. Quatroche

W. Bennett L. Poleszak D. Houck E. Lidge R. Pieter

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Dr. Bennett moved, Dr. Poleszak seconded to accept ·the minutes of the 248th and the 249th meetings ot the Board of Directors of the F.S.A. 8,o,o CARRIED Dr. Poleszak moved, Mr. Quatroche seconded that th~ Board grant Dr. Fried permission to use the balance of the preViously committed amount of $3000 ·tor the expenses for a Centennial Program on 11 1'.bmen in Art" and for a speaker at the Centennial program tor the Professional Studies Faculty. a,o,o CARRIED Hr. Quatroche moved, Mr. Pictor seconded to go directly to the Food Service Report. 8,0,0 CJ\RRIED Mr. Quatroche ~ovcd, Dr. SchltlU"tZ seconded to accept the follovr:ing recom.,nenda tious: 1. Close the faculty service line in the Campus School and the faculty service line in l-t>ot Hall e.f.fective lt:>nday, March 27, 1972. 2. Eliminate the use ot table cloths and other such .trills ,mich will give Food Service an immediate sav:l.ngs on laundry and cost ot cloth replacement. 3 • Every effort be made to keep vending machines filled. 4. Roll over any deficit in the F. S.A. into next year's budget.

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Dr. Bennett moved, Mr. Quatroche seconded to call the question. 9,0,0 CARRIED . ' A vote was then taken upon the original motion. 8$1,0 CARRIED Dr. Sch-wartz moved, Dr. Poleszak seconded that Food Service suspend the practice of soliciting bids on the milk contract for the year 1972-73 and negotiate a fair contract with the B.D.F. Queen City !Biry to provide products and services equal to those currently being provided. The question was called. 8,0,l CARRIED Dr. Poleszak moved, Mr. Pictor seconded to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 7:00 p.m. Respectfully submit~ed, /? } I._. ,l,~t t..o - <'.~I\.U Camille Spyra Recording Secretary

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FACULTY-STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO, INC.

The Tenth Special Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Faculty-Student Association was called to order by President Fretwell on Tuesday, August 29, 1972 in the Adelbert Moot Hall State Room at 10:10 a.m.

ATTORNEY s. Battaglia

DIREC'IORS

W. Bennett L. Poleszak M. Evans

E.K• .Fretwell D. Schwartz (Abs.) S.A. Smith T.J. Quatroche

(Abs.) (Abs.)

Dr. Quatroche moved, Dr. Bennett seconded to accept the minutes of the 253rd Meeting of the Board of Directors of the F.S.A. 4,0,0 CARRIED President Fretwell informed the Board that he has signed the contract with the State University of New York and this contra.ct is now awaiting signature by the University. Dr. Bennett moved, Dr. Smith seconded to tentatively approve the labor contract presently under negotiation with the local council. 4, 0, 0 CARRIED · Miss Sonia Socha endorsed the above motion. Mr. Johnson gave a brief report on the financial situation of the Faculty-Student Association. Dr. Bennett moved, Dr. Smith seconded to close the Student Union Snack Bar SerVice Area and this operation will be moved to Moot Hall. It is understood that: 1. It is the intent of this motion that there be additional vending machines in the College Union and 2. The hours of Moot Hall will be similar to those followed by the College Union in the past. 4,0,0 CARRIED Dr. Smith moved, Dr. Quatroche seconded that all contract feeding will be in Scajaquada. However, a special arrangement will exist for residents of North vJing on the contract food plan to eat breakfast if they wish in Moot Hall on a limited portion basis. 4,o,o CARRIED l1iss Sonia Socha endorsed both of the above motions.

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Considerable concern was expressed by Board Members over increasing food and labor costs at a time when board rates are announced at the same level as last year. (Board rates are basically the same as June 23, 1971.) The President of the F.S.A. charged the Board of Directors to continue its evaluation of the financial status of the Food Service Operation. At the first meeting in the Fall a special committee \d.11 be formed to advise the Board regarding future policy changes in the Food Service Operation. Dr. Bennett moved, Dr. Quatroche seconded that the Executive Director consult with the Food SerVice Director and move ahead with the purchase of a new ice machine for Scajaquada settling on a reasonable price. 4,o,o CARRIED A group of faculty and staff are petitioning the Faculty– Student Association for some form of Faculty Club or Dining Room on campus. Ideas for various operational plans for a Faculty Club and/or Dining Room will be submitted by Mr. Finaldi to the interested group for .their consideration and discussion. The President reported compliments on the fine job done by the Food Service Operation for the Creative Studies Program while they were on campus. Dr. Quatroche moved, Dr. Bennett seconded to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 11:50 a.m. Respectfully submitted,

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VIII ADJOURNMENT

FACULTY-STUDENT ASSOCIATION CF STATE UNIVERSITY CCLLE 3E AT BUFFALC., INC.

The 11th Special 1\/ieeting of the Board of Directors of the Faculty-Student Association was called to order by President FrebNell on IV:onday, February 5, 1973 in the Adelbert Moot Dining Room at 3:0C p. m.

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OTHERS

ADMINISTRATORS

STUDENTS

FACULTY

E. K. F retwell D. Schwartz J. Young T. ~ uatroche (abs.)

R. Russell P. Russo S. Socha

1._-r1 . Bennett L. Poleszak

S. Baskin J. Jakiel R. Johnson C. Kaplan S. Zalewski

Mr. Russell reported for the Operations Committee. To date, the Committee has mainly discussed problems of the College Store. Their next priorities will be in the finance and food service areas. Mr. Zalewski discussed the position of General l\ft_ anager, College Stores, and the advisability of initiating a salary bonus plan. Mr. Kaminski' s qualifications, terms of the contract, and details of the bonus plan were discussed. Miss Socha moved, Mr. Russell seconded to appoint Mr. Kaminski General Manager., College Stores under the bonus plan described by Mr. Zalewski subject to satisfactory salary negotiations by Mr. Z alewski. 7, 0, 0 CARRIE D Mr. Zalewski recommended that the Board request that the College allocate the space currently being occupied by the Campus Post Office for use by the College Store, transferring the Campus Post Office to another suitable location on campus already surveyed by the Office of the Vice- President for Administration, and found to he adequate for that purpose. The cost related to moving the Post Office and allowing for the annexing of space to the Bookstore will be approximately $2, 000. Dr. Schwartz moved, Dr. Bennett seconded to recommend to the President tha moving of the existing Post Office to allow expansion for the Bookstore without specifying where it should go, leaving that to the Vice- President for Administration. 8, C, C CARRIED Mr. Johnson, ~ontroller of the Corporation, gave a detaile ;. presentation of the financial operating condition of the Association for the first six months of this fiscal year, vJ ith anticipated 72- 7 3 year end totals and comparisons vv ith previous years' operations. Dr. Bennett moved, Miss Russo seconded to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 4: 50 p. rn. 7, 0, C CARRIED

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REPORT CF OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

REPCRT CF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

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REPORT OF CORPCRATICN CONTROLLER

ADJOURNlV~ENT

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Respectfully submitted,

Gloria Yovanovich Recording Secretary

A special meeting of the Board of Directors of the Faculty-Student Association was called to order on Tuesday, July 15, 1975 in Grover Cleveland 418 at 4:00 p.m. by President James Young.

DIRECTORS

R. Allen (abs.) R. Bishop (proxy)

B. Menin (abs.) B. Min {abs.)

N. Buczak

L. Kaminski D. Sawers G. Vickers

J. Caputi

T. Quatroche

E. K. Fretwell

J. Rotella (abs.)

B. Fustino w. Ganley F. Hengerer

M. Siskin A. Tindall

J. Young

D. Houck (proxy)

I. President James Young read Steve Zalewski's letter of resignation. Mr.

Zalewski asked for all benefits and salary to October 15, 1975 when his resignation would become effective. In addition, Mr. Zalewski requested additional salary and benefits from October 15, 1975 up to January 15, 1976 should he be unable to secure employment by October 15, 1975. Discussion followed. Motion by Dr. Quatroche, seconded by W. Ganley to accept resignation by Steve Zalewski as of January 1, 1976 with all job responsibilities to cease as of July 15, 1975 and with all salary, benefits and accrued benefits payable to January 1, 1976. Anne Tindall moved and Marc Siskin seconded to amend Dr. Quatroche's motion to read Steve Zalewski's resignation be effective November 15, 1975 including all salary, benefits and accrued vacation.

CARRIED - 6-4-0

Motion and amendment voted on.

CARRIED - 9-1-0

Dr. Young then requested the Board members remain while he contacted Steve Zalewski. He did so immediately and Steve Zalewski requested that he be paid through November 15, 1975 plus accrued vacation. Motion to accept Steve Zalewski's compromise by Frank Hengerer and seconded by Dr. Quatroche.

CARRIED - 8-1-0

Note: Reservations on positive votes made by Marc Siskin, Richard Bishop and Anne Tindall.

A motion was made and seconded whereby Mr:. Gary Vickers, currently Director of Financial Systems, will serve as Interim Coordinator of FSA Services and report to the Office of the Vice President for Finance and Management; Mr. Norbert Buczak, Manager of Accounting Services, will report to the College Controller; the Directors of the College Store and College: Food Services will report to Mr. Vickers. CARRIED - Unanimous

Motion for adjournment by Dr. Quatroche, seconded by Bernie Fustino.

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