Special Meeting Minutes of Members; Faculty-Student Associa…

RECORDS OF THE FACULTY- STUDENT ASSOCIATION

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so tated in th final drift of the .revi ~a by- Relative to the evaluation of od Service o rations by an outs1d consul nt a ·propos rec nded by th Board of D1 etors d.urtng the P\:}bruary 6, 1967 et1ng, Mr. tated that a written draft propo 1 f'or the evalu tion was in proeese of prepa - tion, would be rev1 d · th D1 ctor of Jm~d Serv1c sand the Pre id nt :>f th

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{b) be available to the consultant durl a (c) t> t the final report should b presented to the Jbard upon c~mpl tion. Th p n for the evaluation wi11 include each ot thee requirements in order th t the !bard na the A St)Ci tion comple ly of th obJecti so th evaluat:f.on., of 1 ts pro e~ nd would ce1ve the final report for review hen presented by th consul nt. the coure ot the survey,

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Mr. McCabe moved to elect Mr. Sherwin as hte s11cceseor as the faculty -- representative on the 13:>ard or Directore. The motion vas seconded by Mr. Baker and unanimously passed. 1'he election of aaattlonal Board members ae preecrtbed by the revised by-laws was tabled until the membership fille the vacancy. Mr . .Baker moved to extend sincere appreciation to Mr. McCabe for hts interest, devotion and sern.cee a member of the B~ of Directors.. The motion Chairman of the State tJn.lvers1ty C:>mmittee on the Arts and Associate Commi8s1oner for Education 01' the Stat.e of New York. '1'ne members of the Association felt that the present financial condition of the Association prec1u.ded an immediate decision with respect to this proposal until such time ae the entire finaneial picture and budget for the forthcoming fiscal year can be examined. '!'here:t'ore, it \fas moved by Mr. :ts.M:>rte, seconded by Mr. l3aker and unanimously passed to table th1s item 1967. On the nntion ot Mr. IBM:,rte, sec:>nded by Miss Palmieri and unanimous~· l?ase~. the meeting was adjourned at 1:4o p.m. until July 1 1 ves seconded by Mr. r.Morte and unanimu.s]y P!SSed. Mr.. Robison read to the members a letter received from Palll G. Bulger, form.er_

FACULT"l-STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO, me.

__,; A special meeting ot the members ot the Faculty-Student Association was called to order at 4:~5 p .,m. on Wednesda;y, September 18, 1968 in the Burchtie1d Center, Rockwell Ball, 'l'i'ith the f'ollowing members present: E. K. Fretwell Jr., R. T. Robison, C. P. · .iaMorte, G. R. Sherrie , J. Fontatl.e.. end N. F. Weaver. Also present were: F. Krolls C. Gleason, W. Bird, C. Iannaccone, L. Urso, J. P. Cannamela, Director, Food s~,1~ces; David Carpenter, Vice-President, c.s.A., Ted Youn, Associate, Student Atfairs; Pat Kearney, Assiste.nt, Student Attairs; Marcie. Fitzgibbons, P:res.ldent, c.s.A. i Samuel Ba:ttaglia, Corporation COUDeel and Bobert Johnson, Corporat:ton Accountant.

President Fretwell intorm.ed. the members ot a petition filed by the Hotel, Restaurant and Cafeteria,< nion, Local 66, with the Labor Relations· Board to ~orm a union ot Food Service employees and read a camm:unica– tion trom Mr. Peter J. Mancuso, Regional Attorney, Labor Relations Board, informing the college of an informal hearing scheduled tor September 24 in his · ottice. The chairman pointed-out that the position ot the Board must be objective in terms of avoiding charges ot untair management practices. Mr. Battaglia added that this membership cannot directl7 or in– directly do anything to interfere with the employees ...; they cannot initiate and should not initiate any device whereby we could be accused of interfering with the right ot employees to do what th97 see tit on their own. Mr. Weaver, Mr. Baker, Mr. Battaglia, Mr. Sherrie, Mr. LaMorte, Mr. Ca:anamela and Mr. Johnson were appointed by the President to represent the Faculty-Student Association at the hearing and report the proceedings to the membership. 1'he meeting aaJourned at 5:45 p.a.

I. LABOR BELATIOR!

II • .ADJOtmlMERT

Beepecttul.17 submitted,

tJlt

Secretary

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

A Special Meeting of the Faculty-Student Association was called to order in Moot Hall on December 9, 1969 at 7:40 p.m. by the President.

ADMINISTRATORS E-.K. Fretwe 11 C.E. Bauer S.A. Smith T.J. Quatroche

FACULTY M. Brinson

STUDENTS

\.J. Bird (Abs)

s. Flynn R. Hart C. Kagan R. Kurland

C. Iannaccone G. Laug (Abs) w. Licata c. Palmer

(Abs)

C. Lamm R. Rothschild B. Rudney 0. Schading

(Abs)

MINUTES ANNUAL

Dr. Smith r10VED and Dr. Pa 1 mer SECONDED to approve the mi nut es of the October 15, 1969 meeting of the Association. PASSED Dr. Palmer MOVED and Mr. Kurland SECONDED to amend Section 1, Article II; Section 1, Article IV and Section 3, Article V of F.S.A. By-Laws as previously distributed and attached to these minutes. PASSED

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AMENDMENTS

111 ~ESIGNATlot! The President accepted Miss Kagan•s resignation as of January 1, 1970 due to her graduation.

Miss Lamm MOVED and Miss Kagan SECONDED to adjourn the meeting at 7:45 p.m.

IV CLOSING

Respectfully Submitted,

Linda Si 1 er Recording Secretary

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FACULTY STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO, INC.

A Special Meeting of the membership of the Faculty-Student Association was called to order in Moot Hall on December 17, 1969 at 7:40 p.m. by the President.

ADMINISTRATORS E. K. Fretwe 11 C. E. Bauer S.A. Smith (Abs) T.J. Quatroche

STUDENTS w. Bird s. Flynn c. Kagan

FACULTY

M. Brinson

C. Iannaccone (Abs)

R. Hart (Abs)

G. Laug w. Licata c. Palmer

R. Kur land

C. Lamm

ATTORNEY ~.rBattaglia

R. Rothsch i 1d (Abs) B. Rudney (Abs) D. Schading (Abs)

Dr. Bauer MOVED, Dr. Licata SECONDED: Approval of the minutes of the Special Meeting of the Association on December 9, 1969. PASSED Mr. Flynn ~10VED, Dr. Licata SECONDED: C 1 os i ng the meeting at 7:45 p.m. PASSED

MINUTES

II CLOSING

Respectfully submitted,

Linda Siler, Recording Secretary

FACULTY STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO, INC.

The 6th Special Meeting of the Faculty Student Association was called to order on January 26, 1S71 in Rockwell Hall 217 at 4:30 p.m. by President Fretwell.

ADMINISTRATORS E.K. Fretwell W.B. Greenwood S.A. Smith H.B. MacAdam

STUDENTS w. Field

ATTORNEY

FACULTY

s. Battaglia

J. Adessa (Abs) w. Bennett w. Licata (Abs) G. Laug

c. Gerber (Abs)

D. Hain

M. Hanrahan

c. Palmer

J. Kemp

R. Kurland s. Raimondi N. Smith (Abs) B. Washburn (Abs)

I AHENDMENT OF

The purpose of this Special Meeting was to amend Section 1 of Article II and Sections 1 and 2 of Article IV of the By-Laws so as to provide that the members and directors of the Association shall be at least 19 years of age as provided in the recent revision of Section 701 of the Not-For-Profit Corporation Law. Dr. Gittler reported on information received from the Senior Inspector of the Erie County Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Mr. Patrick Kelleher, that their statutes would mandate a revocation of a beer license if it were found that a member of the Board of Directors of a licensee corporation were belm-11 the age of twenty-one. Hr. Hain HOVED and Dr. Bennett SECONDED: that no action on the proposed change in By-Laws be taken at this time.

BY LAWS

CARRIED.

II. ADJOURNMENT

The meeting adjourned at 4:40 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Linda Siler Recording Secretary

FACULTY STUDENT ASSOCIATION, INC.

The 7th Special Meeting of the Faculty STudent Association was called to order on April 27, 1971 in Rockwell Hall 217 at 4:35 p.m. by President Fretwell.

FACULTY

ATTORNEY

ADMINISTRATOPS

STUDENTS

w. Field

s. Battaglia

E.K. Fretwell W.B. Greenwood S.A. Smith H.B. r1acAdam

J. Adessa (Abs) w. Bennett w. Licata (Abs) G. Laug

c. Gerber (Abs)

D. Hain

M. Hanrahan

c. Palmer

J. Kemp

R. Kurland (Abs) s. Raimondi N. Smith (Abs) D. Saleh (Abs)

MINUTES

Dr. Greenwood MOVED,, Mr. Field SECONDED: To approve the minutes of the Annual Meeting of October 5, 1970 and the 6th Special Meeting of January 26, 1971. CARRIED The purpose of this Special meeting was to eliminate Section 3 of Article V. and to add Article VI - Executive Director and to make other changes as indicated in the notice of the meeting. The members of the Association discussed each of the proposals, where– upon Mr. MacAdam MOVED, and Mr. Hanrahan SECONDED to adopt all of the proposed amendments as published in the notice and to include the editorial change made by Dr. Greenwood as recorded and filed with these minutes. CARRIED Mr. Donald Hain distributed a report on possible By-Laws amend– ments to Section 1 of Article II pertaining to the eligibility for membership in the Faculty Student Association, to take into account the change from the College Student Association Govern– ment to the United Student Government, and the number and qualifications of members of the Board of Directors contained in Sections land 2 of Article IV. A copy of his report is filed with these minutes. The membership discussed the report from Mr. Hain and Dr. Licata and reached a consensus that a Special Meeting of the Association be held on Wednesday, May 12, 1971 at 4:30 p.m. for the purpose of discussing and approving proposed amendments of these two Articles. The Executive Director was instructed to mail such proposals with the notice of the meeting.

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II AMENDMENT OF THE BY-LAWS

I! I . REJ?ORT ON FURTHER BY LAW CHANGES

That the meeting be

IV ADJOURNMENT Dr. Greenwood MOVED, Mr. MacAdam SECONDED: adjourned at 5:00 p.m.

CARRIED

Respectfully submitted,

Linda A. Siler Recording Secretary

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FACULTY-STUDENT ASSOCIATION, INC.

The 8th Special Meeting of the Faculty-Student Association was called to order on May 129 1971 in Rockwell Hall 217 at 4:30 p.m. by President Fretwell.

ADMINISTRATORS E.K. Fretwell W.B. Greenwood S.A. Smith (Abs)

STUDENTS w. Field

FACULTY J. Adessa (Abs) W. Bennett G. Laug (Abs) W. Licata

ATTORNEY S. Battaglia

c. Gerber (Abs) D. Hain (Abs) M. Hanrahan (Abs) J. Kemp R. Kurland (Abs) s. Raimondi N. Smith (Abs) D. Saleh (Abs)

H.B. MacAdam

C. Palmer

MINUTES

Dr. Bennett MOVED, Mr. Field SECONDED: To approve the minutes of the 7th Special Association meeting held on April 27, 1971. CARRIED

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II AMENDMENT The purpose of the meeting was to discuss and pass upon certain ·~ · OF BY-LAWS changes in the By-Laws pertaining to Section 1 of Article II and

Sections 1 and 2 of Article IV as distributed and filed with these minutes. After discussion by the members of the proposed changes, Dr. Bennett MOVED, Mr. MacAdam SECONDED: To adopt the proposed amend– ments as distributed. CARRIED With respect to the newly adopted Section 1 - Eligibility - Article II Membership - The members of the Association expressed a clear intent that the five faculty members eligible for membership can be elected by the faculty on the basis of a plurality. Thus, in order to become eligible, a faculty member need not be elected by a majority of the faculty. It was the further intention of the members of the Assoc– iation that the present practice of providing for two-year terms for faculty members should be continued.

III ADJOURNMENT The meeting closed at 4:55 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Linda A. Siler Recording Secretary

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STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO FACULTY STUDENT ASSOCIATION, INC.

The Ninth Special Meeting of the Faculty Student Association was called to order on Monday, November 22, 1971 in the Student Union, Room 415 at 4:35 p.m. by President E. K. Fretwell.

AIMINI STRATORS E.K. Fretwell D. Schwartz S.Ao Smith 1'.J. Quatroche

FACULTY w. L. J. L.

srUDENTS C. Alesse B. Bailey S. Baskin A. Elston D. Houck E. Lidge R. Pictor D. Saleh T. Toy P. Tubin

ATTORNEY

S. Battaglia

Bennett He mink Jakiel Poleszak Sampson

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(Abs.} (Abs.)

I INTRODUCTIONS . President Fretwell introduced the new members of

the Association and took a roll call. He also welcomed back Mr. Samuel Battaglia as the Corpor– _ation Attorney. Dr. Bennett moved, Mr. Baskin seconded to accept . the minutes of the 21st Annual Meeting with the r ,.. . 1 riotation that Mrs • Lidge did not receive a notice · for that meeting and that was why she did not attend it. CARRIED Mr. MacAdam was called upon to explain the election of the Board of Directors. He explained the organ– ization of the Board and its Directors and the eligible candidates· for positions on the Board. Dr. Smith then suggested that two ballots be dis– tributed to each member of the Association in order for -them to vote for the two· students required on the Board•.. Dr. Smith moved, Mr. Baskin seconded that the two nominees with the highest number of votes be elected in both the student and the faculty cate- gory. CARRIED

MINUTES

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ELECTION .OF ., .. BOARD OF .. DI~CTOR~3

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President Fretwell opened the floor for nomin– ations for the two student members o! the Board. Dr. Smith nominated Eva Lidge. Dr. Poleszak seconded the nomination. Mr. Houck nominated Rick Pieter. Mr. Saleh seconded the nomination.

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Mr. Baskin nominated Don Saleh. Dr. Poleszak seconded the nomination. Mr. Saleh moved, Mr. Houck seconded to close the nominations.

CARRIED

Dr ,o Jakiel, Dr. Schwartz .and ~ •. 'Houck tallied the votes. Dr. Jakiel announced that Rick Pictor and Eva Lidge were the two new student members of the Board of Directorp. The President declared them elected. -· - ·' ·-- · ·· · President Fretwell then opened the floor for nominations for the two faculty positions on the Board. !'.tr. Baskin nominated Dr. Bennett. seconded the nomination. Dr. Be11nett .nominated Mrs. So.m~.~on. Mr. Baskin seconded the nomination. Dr. Poleszak nominated Dr. Jakf"el. Mr. Saleh seconded the nominati9n. :· Mr. ·Qu~troche moved, Miss Bailey seconded to · close ·the nominations. Dr. Bennett and Dr. Poleszak were the two new faculty members of the Board of Directors. The'. · President declared them s·o ·elected. Mr. Ba.skin moved, Mr. Houck seconded to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 5 : 00 p. m. · · .! Respectfully submitted, //J I , . •. • '- !),.,'YY~) ), ~I;._ !\_~ -Camille Spyra ----,~ ~ecorcing Secretary __ ... Mr. Pieter seconded the nomination. Mr. Quat:roche nominated Dr. Poleszak. V..rs. Lidge Dr. Schwartz, Mr. Houck and Dr. Hemink tallied the votes. Dr. Schwartz announced that

CARRIED

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ADJOURNMENT

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FACULTY-STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF

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STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO, INC.

The Tenth Special Meeting of the Faculty-Student Association was called to order on Monday, September 25, 1972 in the Adelbert Moot Dining Room at 8:10 a.m. by President E. K. Fretwell.

ADMINISTRATORS E.K. Fretwell D. Schwartz S .A. Smith T.J. Quatroche

STUDENTS

ATTORNEY

FACULTY ---

w. Bennett

s. Baskin M. Evans c. Kaplan

S. Battaglia

L. Hemink (Abs.)

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J. Jakiel L. Poleszak

s. McMillan (Abs.) E. Ostrowski (Abs.) R. Russell s. Socha P. Zollman (Abs.)

Dr. Bennett moved, Dr. Poleszak seconded to accept the minutes of the Ninth Special Meeting of the Faculty- Student Association. 8,o,o CARRIED Dr. Poleszak moved, Dr. Jakiel seconded that be it resolved that under Article IV - Directors - Sections 1. Number., and 2. Qualifications., the word twenty– one (21) be substituted for the word nineteen (19) wherever it appears. The question was called. 8,0,2 CARRIED Dr. Smith gave a brief report on the present status of the proposed new by-laws. Dr. Quatroche moved, Dr. Bennett seconded to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 8:30 a.m. Respect.fully submitted, /7 . ,~~ · '1 ., rr. J .JI ·, ) ' ........ __ ........ . . .......... . \.-. ... .

I MINUTES

II PROPOSED BY-LAWS REVISION

III STATUS OF THE PROPOSED NEW BY-LA.HS IV ADJOURNMENT

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

The 11th Special Meeting of the Faculty-Student Association was called to order on Monday, November 20, 1972 in the State Room at 7:10 p.m. by President E. K. Fretwell.

AD MIN IS TRATORS E.K. Fretwell D. Schwartz S.A. Smith T.J. Quatroche

STUDENTS S. Baskin B. Dunhill M. Evans C. Kaplan

ATTORNEY S. Battaglia (Abs.)

FACULTY W. Bennett L. Hemink J. Jakiel (Abs.) L. Poleszak

S. McMillan (Abs.) E. Ostrowski (Abs.) R. Russell P. Russo s. Socha P. Zollman (Abs.)

Dr. Poleszak moved, Mr. Russell seconded to accept the minutes of the 22nd Annual Meeting held on October 31, 1972. 13,0,0 CARRIED Dr. Smith presented the proposed By~Laws. Dr. Smith moved, Mr. Baskin seconded to place the proposed By-Laws collectively on the floor. Questions regarding the By-Laws were then presented by the Association Members. Dr. Quatroche moved, Miss Socha seconded that in Article IV -- Board of Directors, Section 1. Number and Composition, one non-teaching professional be guaranteed membership to the Board. The motion was discussed. Dr. Schwartz moved, Dr~ Poleszak seconded to change the membership of the Board from thirteen to sixteen to amend Dr. Quatroche's motion. Dr. Quatroche withdrew his motion in favor of the Schwartz motion. Discussion followed the motion. Dr. Poleszak called the question. 6,7,0 FAILED Dr. Schwartz moved, Dr. Quatroche seconded to change the membership of the Board to include three faculty, one non-teaching professional and three non-voting administrators. Discussion followed the motion. The motion was withdra1m.

I MINUTES

II PROPOSED BY-LAWS

Dr. Bennett moved, Dr. Quatroche seconded to change the membership of the Board from thirteen to sixteen, which would include six students (five undergraduate, one graduate), three faculty and one non-teaching professional, three administrators, one alumnus, one member of the College Council and the immediate Past President of the Corporation. Discussion followed the motion. It was pointed out to the Board that the voting membership will be reduced to fifteen if the College Council does not accept the appointment. 8,4,2 CARRIED l1r. Kaplan moved, Mr. Evans seconded to strike Article III -– Meetings of Members, Section S - Proxy Voting. The motion was discussed. Dr. Poleszak called the question. 2,9,2 FAILED President Fretwell thanked the connnittee for their fine efforts in revising the By-Laws. It was the expressed desire of the members of the Association to have the By-Laws revised and passed as quickly as possible. Dr. Poleszak moved, Dr. Quatroche seconded to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 9:45 p.m. Respectfully submitted, f1J;:;u·o f~ Patricia Russo Recording Secretary

II PROPOSED BY-LAvS

III ADJOURNMENT

The 12th Special Meeting of the Faculty-Student Association was called to order on Monday, April 9, 1973 in the Adelbert Moot Dining Room at 9:15 a.m. by President E. ·K. Fretwell.

In Attendance

By Proxy

W. Bennett E. K. Fretwell C. Kaplan L. Poleszak R. Russell

P. Russo D. Schwartz D. Stevens (Attorney) J. Young S. Zalewski (Ex-Officio)

L. Hemink J. Jakiel

PROPOSED BY-LAWS

I.

Dr. Bennett reviewed the major changes in the new By- Laws.

Dr. Bennett moved, Dr. Poleszak seconded the acceptance of the new By- Laws by the Association to become effective upon acceptance by the Association with the term of office of new Association members commencing June 1, 197 3. The President reviewed the list of Association members noting that there were 17 members of the Association in good standing, that Sandra Sampson and Peter Zollman are no longer members of the Association. Quorum required 9; members in attendance in person or by properly registered proxy, 10. Mr. Kaplan moved, Dr. Schwartz seconded the addition of a clause stating that if a member of the Board of Directors misses three consecutive meetings during a 12-month period, he is liable to be removed from the Board. 2, 6, 1 FAILED Dr. Schwartz moved, Dr. Bennett seconded a change in Article IV, Section 3, page 4 to read: Each Director shall have reached the minimum age specified by the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law prior to taking office. In the event that the Corporation is involved in the trafficking of alcohol, all Directors must have attained the minimum age as specified by the State Liquor Authority prior to taking office and must meet such other requirements as the State Liquor Authority might from time to time require. 9, 0, 0 CARRIED Dr. Poleszak moved, Miss Russo seconded the deletion of Article II - Membership, Section 4, C; and .!2._ be relabeled~ Dr. Young moved, Dr. Poleszak seconded to amend the above motion by deleting the word Association in the last sentence of Section 4, D and adding in its place the words Board of Directors. Amendments

Motion moved with amendment.

9, 0, 0

CARRIED

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Dr. Young moved, Mr. Russell seconded that Article IV - Board of Directors, Section 9, Termination of Membership, Sub- Section C, be changed to read: Any member may be suspended for a period or expelled for cause, such as violation of any of the by- laws or rules of the Association, or for conduct prejudicial to the best interests of the Association. Such suspension or expulsion shall be by a majority vote of the Board of Directors, with the e~ception of the vote of the person proposed for suspension or expulsion.

CARRIED

9, 0, 0

Main Motion with approved Amendments

9, 1, 0

CARRIED

Dr. Fretwell noted that the Faculty-Student Association operates pursuant to the contract between New York State, State University, and the Corporation, hereunto describing the powers of the University and of the President of the College. Reference is also made to the role of the College Council under Section 356 and the trustees policies. ·

II.

ADJOURNMENT

Dr. Poleszak moved, Dr. Young seconded to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 10: 15 a. m.

Respectfully submitted, J.i;_;fI'rto-_ l O-V~-?L<'-~cL Gloria Yovanovic Recording Secre ry

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