Motion US9900-11 to update legislation relating to the Distinguished Service Award

The current language concerning the "distinguished service award'' reflects Assembly Legislation of 2 May 1956 as amended subsequently on 1 June 1983 and on 22 May 1991. On 24 February 2000, The Distinguished Services Committee voted to amend the language concerning the ``distinguished service award'' to replace the references to "Charter Day" in the existing legislation by corresponding references to "Commencement". The committee notes that "Charter Day'' no longer exists and further notes that the award is actually given at Commencement.

The following report was received from the Senate Rules Committee

From  Tue Mar  7 12:13:17 2000
Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2000 12:12:41 -0800 (PST)
Subject: US9900-11

Motion USS99/00-11: The motion is properly phrased and submitted. There is no procedural errors in its format.  There is no fiscal impact.

From: Dave Hubin hubin@OREGON.UOREGON.EDU Thu Mar 2 08:50:50 2000
Subject: Re: 12 April 2000 Meeting of the Senate

TO: Senate President Peter Gilkey
From: Dave Hubin, Chair, Distinguished Service Award Committee
Subject: Notice of Motion

By this communication I wish to inform you formally of my wish to give formal notice of motion requesting the April 12 Senate session to ammend the 1956 legislation that established procedures and protocols for the Distinguished Service Award. (US 990011)

Also through this communication, I wish to request--subsequent to and contingent upon approval of the above revision--an executive session of the senate to discuss and consider proposed nominees for the Distinguished Service Award to be awarded at this Spring's commencement.

Thank you. 

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