ASC Minutes: 11-19-2012

ASC Minutes: 11-19-2012

ASC CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING

Monday, November 19, 2012

13.1 PRAYER: Toni Snyder     

13.2 Committee Updates   

13.3 CALL TO ORDER: 4:05pm

13.4 ROLL CALL: All are present including Joel Perez.

NEW BUSINESS

13.5 SPF: AED  - Christina Polowitz

Proposal: The Assistant Area Coordinators, as representatives of all on-campus residents, would like to propose the addition of 14 Automated External Defibrillators (AED) on campus. The 14 AEDs would be distributed to: Sutton Lobby, Villa Academic Complex, Coffin Lobby, Le Shana lobby, Pennington lobby, Edwards lobby, the campus security car, the suites, Stevens lobby, Bauman, Hoover, the library, the new soccer field, Kelsey house, and Kershner house. For the 14 AEDs, we are requesting $16,996.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • Currently three in the SUB, Wheeler, and EHS.
  • Fire Department is so close.

-       Decisions:

  • Only add three more – Security Car, VAC, and Le Shana?
  • RA’s would be trained on them. 
  • Campus security cars would be the best option.
  • Le Shana has the best location on the West side.  

Call to Amend: T. Snyder (Move to amend to add two AED’s – Security Car and Le Shana Lobby.)

Seconded: M. Vogt  

Amendment Passes: 7-0-0

Call to Question: J. Riedel    

Seconded: J. Stanton

Motion Passes to move on to Student Project Fund Committee: 7-0-0

13.6 SPF: 2012 Bike Racks – Margaret Vogt       

Proposal: I would like to propose for 4 new bike racks on the West Side of campus! Clyde and I have sought out locations in front of Woolman Apartments, behind Winters Apartments, in front of Weesner House, and next to Fell House. Each rack would be able to house 11 bikes off a standard ribbon rack. I would say the racks would cost $2400.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • They would install them.
  • No installation fee just tools.

-       Decisions:

  • Not valuable if not covered.
  • Yet, the engineering department in time to come could cover them and their locations would be in places that can eventually have a cover.
  • Allow an extension to include details about getting them covered….

Move to Table: M. Vogt   

Seconded: T. Snyder

Motion Tabled: 7-0-0

13.7 SPF: Outlets – Rachel Milligan

Proposal: More Electric outlets in the bruin den – lots of them. These cost $51. They could be placed along the windows or walls in the center tables or anywhere convenient.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • These are not outlets, but more so power strips. So it would be a temporary.
  • This would be a big extension cord right next

-       Decisions:

  • It does not meet the qualifications, but it was presented so it needed to be voted on.  

Call to Question: J. Riedel

Seconded: M. Vogt

Motion Fails to move on to Student Project Fund Committee: 0-7-0

13.8 ANF: SCORR – Kelly James  

Proposal: For the SCORR Team to be provided with $1,170 to attend 2012-2013 SCORR Conference. This would provide $130/student for 9 students and would also offset our total goal of raising $440/student, which is $3,960. This proposal also affects Drew Miller, Leslie Hunt, Yadira Izaguirre, Ivan Mutabazi, Jamie Galbreath, Sterling Smith, Michelle Gallardo, and Mandee Campos.

Discussion: (Kelly left the room.)

-       Objectives:

  • How much is left? $15,000

-       Decisions:

  • This is a great way to support students on our campus.

Call to Question: M. Blankenship

Seconded: J. Riedel

Motion Passes: 7-0-0

13.9 ANF: Urbana – Miranda S’Agostini  

Proposal: I am part of a group of 8 students from George Fox the Urbana missions conference this Christmas break, December 27th through January 1st. This huge conference is held in St. Louis, Missouri and it focusses on what it means to engage and be a part of God's global mission. This conference is a unique and powerful opportunity to come alongside our brothers and sisters from around the world; 18,000 college students from varying nations come with an eagerness to learn how their passion is planted by the Creator with the intention of furthering His Kingdom. I am asking for ASC to cover the remaining need of $655.75.

Discussion:

-       Objectives:

  • They are separately raising funds for them to be able to go.
  • There are about 7 people attending, but this proposal is only for one person.
  • The extra money would come back to ASC – all things that are passed are “up to” the amount specified.

-       Decisions:

  • This is a great activity for students to attend.
  • Has been supported in the past by ASC but it will good to show that we supported something like this.
  • Ok with first come, first serve on an individual basis – go as they come.
  • So far we have done about $600/person maximum from this fund.

Call to Question: B. Kasler

Seconded: J. Riedel

Motion Passes: 7-0-0

13.10 CLF: International students fellowship dinner(s) – Louis Liu

Proposal: Dinner gathering/fellowship for international students, total cost $303.59. Sharing Christ's love with newcomers to the State and help them adapt to the new environment and language.

Discussion:

-       Objectives:

  • Supreme Court has already passed this, Central just has to approve it.

-       Decisions:

  • $303 for all three dinners.

Call to Question: J. Stanton

Seconded: J. Riedel

Motion Passes: 7-0-0

13.11 DISCUSSION

Joel – Evaluations

Leadership Talk – Mary Kate Morse, Lemmons 8, 6pm, November 28th

CLF Reopening

13.12 NEXT ACTION REMINDERS

Wiki Reminder

All ASC Meeting Dec. 8th

No Office Hours this week.

13.13 MEETING ADJOURNED: 4:53pm