ASUONews

ASUO submits its 2014-15 budget to the UO Administration

On March 7, ASUO President Sam Dotters-Katz reviewed and submitted the final 2014-15 Incidental Fee budget for University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson to approve. Should Gottfredson approve, the total budget for the next school year will be $15.24 million, which is right on the 3.5 percent increase that the …

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ASUONews

ASUO Senate approves all committee budget proposals

After nearly six hours of deliberation during the ASUO Senate meeting on Wednesday night, the body approved the proposed 2014-2015 budgets from the Departments Finance Committee, Program Finance Committee, Athletics Contracts and Finance Committee and the EMU Board. The budgets were approved and came under the proposed 3.5 percent cap from …

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Letters to the EditorOpinion

Letter: Long-term solution will eliminate EMU's 'deferred maintenance'

“It’s going to take time, big things like this take time,” Erb Memorial Union Director Dusty Miller told me. This was 2005, and I was vice chair of the EMU Board of Directors and chair of the Long Range Planning Committee. In those days, the LRPC grew phenomenally concerned with something called “deferred maintenance.”

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Archives

Benchmarks squeak in under new overall cap

Coming into Wednesday’s ASUO Senate meeting, none of the finance committee benchmarks had been set for the coming year. The Senate faced the challenge of approving them all in one night, and making them all fit together to get under the new seven percent overall growth cap

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ArchivesNewsPolitics

Benchmarks Ball tonight: ASUO Senate preview

All four finance committee benchmarks are being set tonight.

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NewsPolitics

Agreement reinstates referendum for week 10 of fall term

ASUO President Ben Eckstein signed a completed memorandum of understanding Friday afternoon with Vice President of Student Affairs Robin Holmes that, among other decisions, guarantees a student referendum on the EMU and Student Recreation Center renovations during week 10 of fall term.

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