ASUCD Budget/2006-2007

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This is a summary of the ASUCD Budget proposal for FY 2006-2007. None of the values are adjusted to the final approved values yet, though discussion of the high points is below.

Blue rows are self-sufficient units. Red rows are subsidized units:

Unit Income Expenses 06-07 Subsidy 05-06 Subsidy Diff from FY 05-06
Administration General1 79,716 108,471 28,755 26,216 +2,139
AS Papers 0 9,486 9,486 8,336 +1,150
Bike Barn 361,973 361,973 0 0 0
Book Exchange 16,000 30,640 14,460 15,629 -1,169
Cal Aggie Camp 36,850 42,134 6,284 6,414 -130
California Aggie 539,000 539,000 0 0 0
Campus Center for the Environment 0 9,078 9,078 6,809 +2,269
City/County Affairs Office 7,800 10,560 2,760 0 +2,760
Campus Outreach and Organizing Office 0 12,466 12,466 17,130 -4,664
Classical Notes/Campus Copies 208,882 207,431 -1,451 0 -1,451
Coffee House 3,593,180 3,593,180 0 0 0
Creative Media/AGTV 26,500 100,041 73,541 79,648 -6,017
El Rodeo 0 0 0 5,228 -5,228
Entertainment Council 264,000 323,526 59,526 61,884 -2,358
Experimental College 206,000 226,834 0 0 (11,628)2
Office of External Affairs 0 0 0 21,516 -21,916
General Programs (includes Aggie Pack sponsorship) 0 29,780 29,7803 30,780 -1,000
Grants (includes Club Finance Council) 0 137,203 137,203 136,364 +839
Grants - EOP4 131,400 131,400 0 0 0
KDVS 93,500 134,573 41,573 33,080 +8,493
Lobby Corps 0 6,270 6,270 0 +6,270
Pathfinder 952 13,575 12,623 12,680 -57
Picnic Day 11,300 27,539 16,239 16,589 -350
Memorial Union Post Office 82,365 87,937 5,572 0 +5,572
President (includes staff) 0 25,248 25,248 25,818 -570
Project Compost 3,925 17,144 13,219 13,333 -114
Refrigerator Services 65,000 34,544 -30,456 -26,3135 -4,143
Senate Reserves 0 11,712 11,712 11,901 -189
ASUCD State and National Affairs Office 1,000 7,607 6,607 0 +6,607
STS 0 0 0 0 0
STS/Tipsy Taxi 156,845 159,381 2,536 0 +2,536
ASUCD Senate / Elections Committee / SGAO 0 128,831 128,831 134,824 -5,993
Aggie Student Store 165,517 165,517 0 0 0
Tipsy Taxi 0 0 0 20,206 -20,206
Unitrans 3,432,320 3,432,320 295,732 0 0
Vice President (includes staff) 0 9,447 9,447 11,208 -1,761
Whole Earth Festival 80,475 79,622 -8536 0 0
Total 9,563,860 10,510,022 631,309 669,280 -33,971

Income

Income Source 2004-2005 2005-2006 Diff
Copy Contract Income 30,000 30,000 0
Interest Income 100,000 100,000 0
Undergraduate Fees 525,600 539,280 -13,680
New Interest Income 20,450 0 -20,450
Total 655,600 669,280 -13,680

The Coffee House does indeed make a large amount of money for ASUCD, but it is budgeted to break even — as a nonprofit organization, ASUCD isn't supposed to be making any money. In actuality, a few parts of it make money and the other parts spend money.

Critical points

The 2006 Budget brings its share of critical points. Noteworthy are:

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2006-05-09 23:41:04   To say the least, I think it'd be ridiculous to pay well over 20k to UCSA and not be able to vote because this senate doesn't come up with the extra 2k required to be a full member. All or nothing guys, and frankly the current ASUCD lacks the experience necessary to really put up a strong argument why we should fault UCSA and choose the latter. —ThomasLloyd

UCSA Charter, Article IV: Composition and Membership, Section F: Membership in Good Standing


2006-05-09 23:52:47   I DO NOT SUPPORT GIVING A SUBSIDY TO THE UNITED STATES POST OFFICE. Either that becomes a break even unit or we make better use of the space. DO NOT GIVE USPS MONEY. —RobRoy


2006-05-10 11:25:58   Where will the final information on the completed budget come from? Will there be a bill at the next Senate meeting we can copy information from? —PhilipNeustrom


2006-05-10 23:30:29   The Senate also decided to cut the budget and pay of the Elections Committee. Last year, when the pay was higher, it took 5-6 months for four people to apply for four positions. This may be a "Critical Point" if no one applies again this year. —JonathonLeathers


2006-05-11 00:44:15   Where do salaries for Mark Champagne and the ASUCD Student Government Advisor come from? Is this why the Senate subsidy is almost as big as the KDVS subsidy? —ArlenAbraham

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