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  STATE OF MINNESOTA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
On April 19, 2000, the Jenkins for Senate Committee accepted a $500 contribution from Karen A. Jenkins Volunteer Committee, #15061 45A, a registered principal campaign committee.
Jenkins Volunteer Committee (#15061) under the assumption that all requirements would be met.
The parties agree that the Jenkins for Senate Committee accepted a contribution from a registered principal campaign committee resulting in an inadvertent violation of Minn. Stat.
www.state.mn.us /ebranch/epb/bdinfo/Con_Agr/kjenkingssenate.html   (345 words)

  
 Senate Executive Minutes August 22, 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Committee members alerted the Provost to campus concerns that the University has changed with the recent administrative reorganization, and that this change occurred in the summer when faculty were not around so it was without faculty or student input.
The Executive Committee believes it would be more appropriate to ask a faculty member of Grad Council, rather than an administrator from the Graduate College, to be the ICPC liaison, and for a member of the ICPC, probably the Chair, to serve in a reciprocal relationship with the Graduate Council.
Committee members would like the ICPC consent agenda-type actions deleted, and believe that distribution of the synopsis might be twice a year, perhaps in December and April.
fp.arizona.edu /senate/SenExecMinutes/08_22_03se.html   (3413 words)

  
 Red scare: Lives in S.F.
Though she was politically active in leftist causes, Jenkins had been called because she was the wife of David Jenkins, a legendary activist who helped start the California Labor School in San Francisco and, the committee contended, was a card-carrying member of the Communist Party.
Jenkins left the hearing in a near-riot of applause after she accused the San Francisco police of harassing her children when they served the subpoena, saying: "The ends are often revealed by the means used, by children being intimidated."
Jenkins' testimony was included in the committee transcripts, unsealed in response to a lawsuit by the California First Amendment Coalition.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/examiner/archive/1999/11/14/NEWS3783.dtl   (1247 words)

  
 Interoperability: Didn’t Arise Overnight, Not Solved Quickly
Jenkins aid the U.S. Department of Justice told him the agency is working with the federal SAFECOM project to develop a statement of requirements that should be ready for release by May 1, 2004.
Jenkins said their role is being defined as they address problems they recognize in their communications systems and by the FCC and the NTIA.
Jenkins concluded that the fundamental barrier to successful interoperability is the absence of effective coordinated planning and collaboration.
www.911dispatch.com /stories/stories_2003/11_2003__kly.html   (1349 words)

  
 CPA Journal Online
Jenkins is retired from Arthur Andersen but is perhaps best known for his leadership as chair of the AICPA Special Committee on Financial Reporting.
Jenkins arrives just in time for FASB to begin consideration of its role in implementing the recommendations of the special committee he chaired.
Jenkins takes over at a very critical time for FASB as it attempts to finalize its standards for derivatives and establish a place for U.S. accounting standards relative to international standards, which appear destined to take a prominent place in the global capital markets.
www.nysscpa.org /cpajournal/1997/0897/aug/NV1.htm   (228 words)

  
 Minutes for the August 5, 2003 session meeting of the Metropolitan Council of Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee.
Jenkins moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: “Ayes” Ferrell, Waters, Briley, Tucker, Dread, Gilmore, Black, Nollner, Majors, Hall, Beehan, Campbell, Hart, Dillard, Balthrop, Ponder, Derryberry, Stanley, Loring, Greer, Haddox, Whitmore, Hand, Bogen, Shulman, Sontany, Alexander, Jenkins, Turner, Williams, and Tygard (31); “Noes” (0).
Jenkins moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: “Ayes” Ferrell, Waters, Briley, Tucker, Dread, Gilmore, Black, Nollner, Majors, Hall, Beehan, Campbell, Hart, Dillard, Balthrop, Ponder, Derryberry, Stanley, Loring, Greer, Wallace, Haddox, Whitmore, Hand, Bogen, Shulman, Sontany, Alexander, Jenkins, Turner, Williams, and Tygard (32); “Noes” (0).
Jenkins moved to pass the bill on second reading as amended, which motion was seconded.
www.nashville.gov /mc/minutes/08_05_03_minutes.htm   (8215 words)

  
 Minutes for the November 21, 2000 session meeting of the Metropolitan Council of Nashville and Davidson County, ...
A resolution authorizing the Metropolitan Department of Law to compromise and settle the claim of Chantay M. Steptoe-Buford and Jauckque Buford against The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County in the amount of $12,000 and directing that this amount be paid from the Self-Insured Liability Fund.
Jenkins moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by a voice vote of the Council.
Ferrell, on behalf of the sponsor, moved to defer action on the bill to the second meeting in December, which motion was seconded and adopted by a voice vote of the Council.
www.nashville.gov /mc/minutes/11_21_00_minutes.htm   (6271 words)

  
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S.B. 178 was transmitted to the House for consideration.
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE On motion of Senator Knudson, U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch, spoke in Committee of the Whole.
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE On motion of Senator Knudson, Consulate General of Taiwan, Matthew Lee spoke in Committee of the Whole.
www.le.state.ut.us /~2005/journal/s0037.txt   (9063 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Executive Committee recommended to the Board of Directors that when calculating local government support for the basic distribution formula, to remain consistent with the State's definition of Capital Expenditures as being funds used for expansion and/or new construction, and to exclude only that portion of local government funding.
Finance Committee - Kathy Robinson reported that the Committee is working on the 1998 budget and has had a joint meeting with the personnel committee to discuss several issues.
MOTION to authorize Al Kamper and Marilyn Jenkins to produce a time line calender and an explanation of the procedures and logistics necessary if a system formation is approved by the membership at the June 17, 1997, meeting, was made by Ed Mandell and seconded by Kathy Robinson.
www.einetwork.net /acla/mins97/may28-97.txt   (831 words)

  
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S.B. 85 was transmitted to the House for consideration.
President: February 15, 2006 The House passed H.B. REVISIONS, by Representative C. Frank, and it is transmitted for consideration; and The House passed H.B. 202, FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT AMENDMENTS, by Representative N. Hendrickson, and it is transmitted for consideration; and The House passed H.B. VETERANS, by Representative M. Morley, and it is transmitted for consideration.
S.B. Thomas) Committee report adopted and placed on calendar 116 Read the second time 263 Read the third time 291 Transmitted to the House 291 Signed by the President and transmitted to the Governor 659 S.B. Walker) Read the first time by short title and referred to the Rules Committee.
www.le.state.ut.us /~2006/journal/s0031.txt   (10633 words)

  
 2/01 Minutes
The SEC is asking the Charter and Bylaws Committee to compose, and bring to the next Senate meeting, language concerning the charge and composition of a Global Awareness Committee.
Jenkins also summarized changes and additions to related material concerning transfer credit and additional majors and degrees (see Appendix I of the General Education Committee's attachment to the agenda for the February 7 Senate meeting).
Jenkins moved that we adopt the policies in Appendix I of the General Education Committee's attachment to the agenda for the February 7 Senate meeting.
cc.ysu.edu /acad-senate/minfeb01.htm   (3684 words)

  
 Robert Elliott: leading the profession. (interview with the chairman of the American Institute of Chartered Public ...
According to Elliott, his new duties as a special committee chair are a logical follow-up to his work with the Jenkins Committee, which labored for three years before producing a definitive report on how the accounting profession could improve financial reporting.
Elliott's committee is a natural follow-up to the work of the Jenkins committee.
Previously, all the committee had officially produced was a report, The Information Needs of Investors and Creditors, that gave the results of research but did not really say what the final report would be or look like.
www.nysscpa.org /cpajournal/old/16373950.htm   (4030 words)

  
 ZoomInfo Web Summary: Greg Jenkins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The lawsuit names Gregory Jenkins, deputy assistant to the president and director of the White House Office of Presidential Advance, and W. Ralph Basham, director of the U.S. Secret Service, as defendants.
Greg Jenkins of Virginia, Executive Director of the Presidential Inaugural Committee.
Jenkins has served as Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Presidential Advance for the past two years.
www.zoominfo.com /directory/Greg_Jenkins.htm   (203 words)

  
 Press Release
Jenkins has done something for each student that has been, is, and ever will be enrolled here." Commented Lloyd.
The Gradification Project [sic] committee, ten members including representatives of SGA, MRS, WRC, and Panhellenic Council, is awaiting architectural drawings.
Besides honoring Dr. Jenkins, the committee hopes the project will unify the student body and beatify the campus.
www.ecu.edu /cs-lib/archives/pr_display.cfm?id=102   (378 words)

  
 Page One
To compensate President Jenkins for the additional workload that comes with being the interim LSU chancellor, the board approved an additional $50,000 per year for him until a new chancellor is selected.
Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Risa Palm told the board’s budget and finance committee that 70 percent of the increase is due to self-generated sources and the remaining 30 percent comes from state funding.
The committee was chaired by Neil Mathews, vice chancellor for student life and academic services, and included three subcommittees made up of 19 LSU faculty, 22 LSU administrators and staff members, 13 students and four alumni.
www.lsu.edu /lsutoday/040910/pageone.html   (2880 words)

  
 BLFC Minutes, 5/7/03
, chair of the Jenkins Award committee, reported that Roberts Advertising made the current plaque and that the choice is between a new, bigger plaque and a second plaque.
Addition of a new subcommittee of the Athletics Committee to allow the committee to have input into dismissal and hiring of coaches and athletics directors.
Dean Thorin reported that she is on the search committee for the Chief Information Officer; one of the issues that has come out concerns communication with UITS.
www.indiana.edu /~libblfc/20022003/agendasminutes/5_07_03minutes.html   (1067 words)

  
 United States Olympic Committee - Heiss Jenkins, Carol
Was one of three siblings that all competed in figure skating on an international scale
Married fellow figure skater, Hayes Jenkins, also an Olympic and World Champion, in 1960
Was voted by the athletes to take the Olympic Oath at the Opening Ceremonies of the 1960 Olympics, where she finished with a gold medal
www.usolympicteam.com /26_13372.htm   (376 words)

  
 October Minutes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Jenkins related that she contacted several people and discussed membership.
Jenkins will convene her committee to: evaluate and suggest classification and costs of membership; produce a concise and catchy set of benefits of membership.
Executive committee decided to host refugee families at a pot luck on Sunday, December 5, 1999, 4:00-6:00 PM at Girl Incorporated in Kingsport.
www.etsu.edu /orbis/ORBIS/10.htm   (455 words)

  
 Jenkins Days: Area Attractions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Old Jenkins High School (used from 1912 to 1972) is a big attraction for current and former Jenkins residence.
Jenkins Days celebrated the name change with a FREE Gary Stewart concert and name dedication during Jenkins Days 1998.
The Letcher County Tourism Committee encourages the development of the tourism industry in Letcher County.
www.jenkinsdays.com /area.html   (358 words)

  
 Minutes: Faculty Senate Academic Standards Committee
Joann Jenkins, as a member of the Assessment Council, has until now been fulfilling a dual role on that committee by representing the FSASC in addition to her regular duties.
The committee reviewed the 2004 Undergraduate Catalog to take into account any changes made since the 2003 printing.
  The committee members felt that the current wording is reasonable and sufficient.
www.cmsu.edu /faculty_senate/Academic_Standards/Oct_2004.htm   (186 words)

  
 Jenkins Days: Concerts
Sponsored by The City of Jenkins & Jenkins Festival Committee
All contents © 2001-2004 Jenkins Festival Committee and/or Kevin Flint Productions.
All trademarks are property of the Jenkins Festival Comittee, Kevin Flint Productions, and/or the company of the logo it represents, all rights reserved.
www.jenkinsdays.com /concerts.html   (89 words)

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