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Enacted Resolutions of the United Cities

This page is for Enacted Resolutions that have passed the President and General Assembly. Though these resolutions are considered law, they are subordinate to the United Cities Constitution. Any laws that conflict with the Constitution are overridden by the Constitution.

Enacted Resolution 1: The MRT Day Act

The United Cities hereby recognize and set aside July 13 of each year as MRT Day to commemorate the anniversary of the server's opening in 2012.

Enacted Resolution 2: The Discord Server Act

The United Cities hereby resolves to create a Discord server. Appropriate permissions and channels will be established for officers, Security Council members, General Assembly members, and Observers.

Enacted Resolution 3: The AX0 Act

The United Cities will form a committee, chaired by Soleurs, to assist the United Cities in the planning and construction of the AX0 server-wide ring-road. All members of the general assembly are be welcome to join if interested. All plans run through the committee, handled by a channel in the Discord server, would be subject to GA resolution approval before submission to the staff and construction. The AX0 ringroad will a series of A roads acting as a sort of Circle Line of roads around the outer edge of the server to connect the entire outer server together. Parts of this road - segments of the A30, as well as the A50 and A90 - have been built already, and this commission will work together to plan out the rest of the roads to best serve the server's cities. The committee will also assign builders to those roads who would complete it in a timely and aesthetically appealing fashion. 9

Enacted Resolution 4: The January Election Act

The first United Cities election will occur the week of January 15, 2017, and all candidates must register on the Elections Page by December 31, 2016.

Enacted Resolution 5: The Epsilon MRT Lines and Extension Act

The United Cities will establish a committee and Discord channel for planning and proposing new MRT Lines and Extensions in the Epsilon Expansion Region. 14

Enacted Resolution 6: The Friendship Act

The United Cities agrees to formally end hostilities with the TRONC. The UC also agrees not to attempt to undermine TRONC in its future endeavors. The United Cities acknowledges that itself and TRONC can peacefully coexist and work with each other to make a better MRT for everyone. This is a parallel resolution to TRONC Resolution 6. Resolution 6 was passed by TRONC to establish better relations with the UC. 23

Enacted Resolution 7: The Department of Housing and Urban Development Act

The President shall appoint a five-member committee, known as the Department of Housing and Urban Development. 15 This committee will create a sub page under the United Cities wikipage that shall consist of advice regarding building techniques and city development to help attain higher ranks. In addition, the members of the committee shall actively encourage members to assist in city development by building houses and businesses. The committee shall also have its own Discord channel, #hud. The committee members shall be appointed at each new Presidential term, however there shall be no requirement for confirmation of members. 15

Enacted Resolution 8: The Project Committee and Channel Act

The President is hereby allowed to, with the approval of two officers, create any committee and/or Discord channel for the purpose of planning projects. Any committees created using this method are hereby known as executive committees, and all committees created through a resolution are known as legislative committees. Executive committees are not allowed to undertake any projects without the approval of the General Assembly; for the purposes of clarity, approval shall be conducted through a normal resolution with the President approving or vetoing with the GA retaining the ability to override vetoes. Executive committees are allowed to undertake projects without General Assembly approval that have net expenditures of $0. Any project proposed by an executive committee that has an expenditure of greater than $0 must be approved by the General Assembly via resolution. The president may, at his or her leisure, choose to pay the expenditures of a given project out of his or her own account balance. If the President elects to pay the full balance of a given project proposed by an executive committee, the project may proceed without General Assembly approval. 13 Legislative committees shall have the ability to undertake projects without GA/Presidential approval unless specified otherwise. As with legislative committees, executive committees are only be allowed to be disbanded through the passage of a resolution doing so; they cannot be summarily disbanded by the officers by themselves. 11

Enacted Resolution 9: The Untangling a Technicality Act

The Third Enacted Resolution is hereby repealed.

Enacted Resolution 10: The Approval of A30

This resolution approves the Executive Committee on the Creation of Roads to complete the A30, as permission was passed over to the United Cities by its former builders.

Enacted Resolution 11: Committee Amendment Act

Enacted Resolution 8: The Project Committee and Channel Act is hereby amended to allow the President to disband any executive committee at his or her discretion, with the approval of two officers.

Enacted Resolution 12: Committee Amendment Act Amendment Act

Should the President disband an executive committee which is currently in the process of undertaking any project authorized by the United Cities, a temporary committee will be established automatically to facilitate the completion of the project, consisting of the members delegated to the project. The committee cannot be disbanded by the President, however it can be disbanded through resolution.

Enacted Resolution 13: The Committee Efficiency Act

The section of Enacted Resolution 8 that states, "Executive committees are not allowed to undertake any projects without the approval of the General Assembly; for the purposes of clarity, approval shall be conducted through a normal resolution with the President approving or vetoing with the GA retaining the ability to override vetoes," is repealed and replaced with "Executive committees are allowed to undertake projects without General Assembly approval that have net expenditures of $0. Any project proposed by an executive committee that has an expenditure of greater than $0 must be approved by the General Assembly via resolution. The president may, at his or her leisure, choose to pay the expenditures of a given project out of his or her own account balance. If the President elects to pay the full balance of a given project proposed by an executive committee, the project may proceed without General Assembly approval."

Enacted Resolution 14: The Epsilon Disbandment Act

Enacted Resolution 5 is hereby repealed and the Epsilon Committee is disbanded.

Enacted Resolution 15: Dissolution of the Housing and Urban Development

The Department of Housing and Urban Development is hereby dissolved and its discord channel #hud shall be deleted. However, the United Cities Building Guide wikipage shall not be deleted.

Enacted Resolution 16: The Betsy Ross Bill 1

A Competition shall be launched to create a new logo, the winner of which becoming the new official logo of the United Cities. A Text channel shall be created in the United Cities Discord, named #Competitions, where any member of the United Cities may submit entries.

The competition shall immediately begin, and any potential competitors will have exactly two weeks to submit their logo design. They may submit as many designs as they like, but when posting an image it must be accompanied with the text “MAIN LOGO”, so to differentiate it from any other types of entries submitted in the competition channel.

Once the two weeks are up, the President shall create a voting Form and organise all of the competition entries for the main logo into it. Members of the UC shall then be able to rank each entry out of one to ten in this form. This voting process will last a week.

Once this week is up, the top two entries with the highest score in the form will then be entered into a new form, alongside the current UC logo, where UC members will be able to decide amongst the three, which one they prefer. This process will last a week.

The winner of the second form will henceforth from that moment become the official logo of the United Cities. 18

Enacted Resolution 17: The Betsy Ross Bill 2

A Competition shall be launched to create two new logos, the winners of which becoming the new official logo for the United Cities State Department, and the United Cities Court. A Text channel shall be created in the United Cities Discord, named #Competitions, where any member of the United Cities may submit entries.

The competition shall immediately begin, and any potential competitors will have exactly two weeks to submit their logo design. They may submit as many designs as they like, but when posting an image it must be accompanied with the text “STATE LOGO”, if it is for the State Department competition, or “COURT LOGO” if it is for the Court competition. That is to differentiate the entries from each other and any other types of entries submitted in the competition channel.

Once the two weeks are up, the President shall create two voting Forms and organise all of the competition entries for the State Department into one, and the Court into another. Members of the UC will then be able to rank each entry out of one to ten in both of these forms. This voting process will last a week.

Once this week is up, the top two entries with the highest score in each will then be entered into two new forms, where UC members will be able to decide amongst the two in each form, which one they prefer. This process will last a week.

The winner of both the second round of forms will henceforth from that moment become the official logos of the State Department and of the United Cities Court. 18

Enacted Resolution 18: Disbandment of Inactive Competitions Act

Enacted Resolutions 16 and 17 are now repealed. The competitions to create new logos for the United Cities, the United Cities Court, and the United Cities State Department are all disbanded, and the #competitions Discord channel is deleted.

Enacted Resolution 19: Parks and Recreation Transfer Act

The Parks and Recreation Committee is now converted from an executive committee to a legislative committee.

The committee once transferred will be chaired by the current chairman mine_man_, and shall keep the current members. The chairman will be able to nominate and appoint members to the committee or revoke membership with a majority vote inside of the committee.

The chairman of the committee can be replaced with a 60% vote in favour of another candidate by members of the committee. This candidate must be a member of the committee prior to being chosen as chairman.

The goal of the committee will remain the same.

Enacted Resolution 20: Extension of the Timely Nominations Bill

The current Chief Justice mjpwwf will have 1 week from the passage of this resolution (August 24) to nominate his first nominees for the Associate Justice positions. If one fails, the process will continue as specified in Amendment 62, with a 5 day period to name a new nominee after each failure. If he fails to name a nomination for either Associate Justice position during the 1 week period, or when the 5 days post-failure of a nominee have expired, the power to nominate will be handed to the President as specified in Amendment 62.

Enacted Resolution 21: The Ending Stupid Bureaucracy & Drama Bill

The Parks and Recreation Committee that was established by President _Kastle by Executive Action J11 is dissolved. All projects currently undertaken by this committee shall be cancelled unless members of the committee finish them as private citizens. The Parks and Recreation discord channel shall be deleted and the Parks and Recreation Committeee wikipage shall be archived under a new "archived pages" wikipage for committee pages that don't have active committeees.

Enacted Resolution 22: The UC Day Act

The United Cities hereby recognizes and set aside November 30 of each year as UC Day to commemorate the anniversary of the United Cities' founding in 2016.

Enacted Resolution 23: The Friendship Act Repeal Act

The Sixth Enacted Resolution is hereby repealed.

Enacted Resolution 24: The Committee Amendment Act Amendment Act Amendment Act

Enacted Resolution 12 is amended to clarify that “projects authorized by the United Cities” are defined as projects expressly approved by the General Assembly through resolution, as per the original intent of Enacted Resolution 12.

Enacted Resolution 25: The Executive Committees Audit Act

This resolution declares that the Executive Committee on Public Works (created by Executive Action 22) and the Executive Committee on Historical Preservation (created by Executive Action 15) are to be reclassified as Legislative Committees, as defined by Enacted Resolution 8, due to the ineffective oversight of both committees as Executive Committees.

The committees named in this resolution, within one week of the enactment of this resolution, are to submit detailed reports to the General Assembly detailing the current projects the committee is working on, if any, as well as a detailed outline of future plans and goals as well as the already completed accomplishments of the committee, for review by the General Assembly and potential further action through resolution.

Enacted Resolution 26: The History Committee Framework Act

This resolution sets the amended framework of the Legislative Committee on Historic Preservation, herein referred to as the "History Committee" or simply the "Committee".


I. Purpose:
The purpose of the History Committee is to identify and preserve the history of the MRT server, through the identification and preservation of historical landmarks and the maintenance of historical records.


II. Procedures:
The following procedures are set for the History Committee.

i. Membership:
The chair and membership of the committee as they existed at the time the committee was reformed as a Legislative Committee by Enacted Resolution 25 shall remain at this time. Any changes in membership must be approved by the General Assembly through resolution.

ii. Chairmanship:
The chair of the committee shall be the director of the committees activities. The chair of the committee is responsible to the General Assembly. Replacement or removal of the chair must be approved by the General Assembly through resolution.

iii. Meetings:
The chair of the committee may call a meeting at any time, however at least one meeting is required on a biweekly basis, unless the committee by motion authorizes a 48 hour extension, and they must be scheduled at least 48< 24 35 hours in advance. The chair, or another member as the chair may delegate, is to maintain a summary of the committee proceedings, which are to include roll calls of committee members present at each meeting.

iv. Motions:
Any projects, delegated to this committee by Section III, that the committee wishes to complete must be approved by a motion, which must be approved by a majority of the members of the committee. Each motion and its vote tally must be recorded on the wiki.

v. General Assembly Reports:
The committee is to submit detailed reports to the General Assembly every third month, coinciding with the end date of each United Cities Election, beginning in April 2018, which are to report the committee’s activities over the course of the previous three months and detail its future plans and goals. 43


III. Projects:
The areas of responsibilities listed in this section are delegated to the History Committee. Any projects undertaken by the committee outside of the areas of responsibility delegated to them by this section must be approved by the General Assembly through resolution.

i. Historical Landmarks:
The committee is to identify physical landmarks on the MRT which are of historical importance and significance. Such landmarks are to be denoted by a physical marker in game, with all necessary and appropriate permissions, and shall be documented on the wiki with information on the landmark and its significance as well as screenshots.

ii. Historical Documentation:
The committee is to assist with the documentation of important historical events on the wiki, including but not necessarily limited to the MRT History page.


IV. Adjudication:
The committee may, by motion, elect one of its members as the parliamentarian, who may adjudicate disputes over the interpretation of this framework. The parliamentarian is to conduct fair adjudication proceedings to resolve such disputes, and decisions by the parliamentarian are binding on committee members, subject to review by the United Cities Court.
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Enacted Resolution 27: The Public Works Committee Framework Act

This resolution sets the amended framework of the Legislative Committee on Public Works, herein referred to as the "Public Works Committee" or simply the "Committee".


I. Purpose:
The purpose of the Public Works Committee is to assist the community with public works projects for towns and cities and for the server community.


II. Procedures:
The following procedures are set for the Public Works Committee.

i. Membership:
The chair and membership of the committee as they existed at the time the committee was reformed as a Legislative Committee by Enacted Resolution 25 shall remain at this time, with the exception that AyyLion shall not be chair or a member of the committee. Any changes in membership must be approved by the General Assembly through resolution.

ii. Chairmanship:
The chair of the committee shall be the director of the committees activities. The chair of the committee is responsible to the General Assembly. Replacement or removal of the chair must be approved by the General Assembly through resolution.

iii. Meetings:
The chair of the committee may call a meeting at any time, however at least one meeting is required on a biweekly basis, and they must be scheduled at least 48 24 35 hours in advance. The chair, or another member as the chair may delegate, is to maintain a summary of the committee proceedings, which are to include roll calls of committee members present at each meeting.

iv. Motions:
Any projects, delegated to this committee by Section III, that the committee wishes to complete must be approved by a motion, which must be approved by a majority of the members of the committee. Each motion and its vote tally must be recorded on the wiki.

v. Request Form:
The committee is to maintain a publicly accessible form for members of the public to request the services of the committee, the link to which must be listed on the wiki. The committee shall review the outstanding requests on the form at each committee meeting, and shall inform the requesting players regarding the status of their request after it is considered at the committee meeting.


III. Projects:
The areas of responsibilities listed in this section are delegated to the Public Works Committee. The committee may choose to carry out these projects through delegations of responsibility to its own members or to private contractors. Any projects undertaken by the committee outside of the areas of responsibility delegated to them by this section must be approved by the General Assembly through resolution.

i. Local Public Works Projects:
The committee is to complete public works projects, including but not limited to transportation related and other infrastructure, buildings and building complexes, and places of public gathering including but not limited to recreational facilities and sports and entertainment venues, within towns and cities, at the request of the mayor, which benefit the quality of life of the town or city. Such projects are to be conducted upon receiving an official request from the mayor of the town or city, in coordination with the mayor, and with all necessary and appropriate permissions.

ii. National Public Works Projects:
The committee may consider requests for public works projects, including but not limited to transportation related and other infrastructure and places of public interest, which benefit the quality of life of the server community. Such projects are to be conducted upon receiving an official request, in coordination with the owners of any land the project should use, and with all necessary and appropriate permissions. The committee may choose to refer such projects to the Executive Committee on Transportation or the Executive Committee on Roads where appropriate.


IV. Adjudication:
The committee may, by motion, elect one of its members as the parliamentarian, who may adjudicate disputes over the interpretation of this framework. The parliamentarian is to conduct fair adjudication proceedings to resolve such disputes, and decisions by the parliamentarian are binding on committee members, subject to review by the United Cities Court.

Enacted Resolution 28: The ryanfr Public Works Committee Membership Act

ryanfr is appointed to the Legislative Committee on Public Works and appointed as the chair of such committee.

Enacted Resolution 29: The Election Debate Facilitation Act

The United Cities shall create a text channel on its Discord server for the facilitation of debate between the candidates in United Cities elections. Such channel shall exist to facilitate civil, orderly debate between candidates, as a forum for members of the United Cities to question the candidates, and for candidates to critique each others policies and merits for office.

Any person, not being a candidate in the election, who should misuse the channel during an election season, defined as the period between the opening of candidate registration and the conclusion of the election, in any way which disrupts the civil and orderly procedure of debate shall be in violation of this resolution.

Enacted Resolution 30: The Narnia17 Removal Act

This resolution removes Narnia17 from the Public Works Committee.

Enacted Resolution 31: The ConnConn2005 Inclusion Act

This resolution appoints ConnConn2005 to the Public Works Committee.

Enacted Resolution 32: The mdbro Removal Act

This resolution removes mdbro from the United Cities Committee on Historic Preservation.

Enacted Resolution 33: The Resignation of jphgolf4321 from the History Committee Act

jphgolf4321 is hereby removed from the History Committee.

Enacted Resolution 34: The "Committees don't need 2 days notice" Act

The Public Works & History Legislative Committees shall only require 12 hour notice for meetings. 35

Enacted Resolution 35: The Committee Meetings Act

Meetings of the Public Works Committee & History Committee must be scheduled 24 hours in advance, however a majority of the members of either committee may vote by motion to override this requirement on an individual basis.

Enacted Resolution 34 is hereby repealed.

Enacted Resolution 36: The Committee Meetings Timing Act

The Public Works Committee and the History Committee are required to hold meetings at least once every two weeks, unless the committee by motion authorizes a 48 hour extension.

Enacted Resolution 37: The A8 Extension Budget Act

The Chairman of the Roads Committee is authorized to pay players who assist with the construction of the A8 Extension. Each player shall be paid an amount no less than $10 and no more than $70 for working on the project. This amount shall be decided by the Roads Committee and may be either chosen individually for each player or for all players; this decision shall be passed through a majority vote within the Committee. The money for the payments shall come from the personal funds of the Chairman. Players must notify the Chairman before starting work on the project whether they would like to receive money as reimbursement for their work or not; this decision must be adhered to and respected by the Committee. If the position of Chairman becomes vacant at any point before the completion of A8, the President shall be authorized to use his own personal balance to pay players who assist with the construction of the A8 Extension until a new Chairman is appointed.

Enacted Resolution 38: The History Committee Chair Removal Act

hnt is hereby removed as chair of the History Committee.

Enacted Resolution 39: The History Committee Chair Appointment Act

Skelezomperman is hereby designated as chair of the History Committee.

Enacted Resolution 40: The State Department Abolishment Act Implementation Act

The clauses of Amendment 98, including the clauses abolishing the Department of State and the Secretary of State Officer role, are hereby implemented, effective immediately upon the enactment of this resolution.

Enacted Resolution 41: The Legislative Committee Accountability Act

Upon signing of this resolution, Legislative Committees are obliged to submit a monthly report to the General Assembly outlining their plans for the next calendar month.

The Chairman of the Committee must submit their committee’s monthly report on the 1st of each calendar month at midnight UTC.The Chairman of the Committee must submit their committee’s monthly report within 48 hours after midnight UTC on the 1st of each calendar month. 42 Additionally, each member of the committee must place their signature by themselves on each monthly report.

In the case of which there is no allocated chairman of the committee, the president should file the monthly report for the committee.

Failure of any committee member to place their signature on a monthly report are subject to instantaneous removal from the committee by choice of the current committee chairman.

In the case where there is no chairman, it becomes the president’s responsibility to choose to remove committee members who fail to sign the monthly report.

The monthly report should be sent to the #general-assembly channel in discord, their committee channel in discord and their committee page on the Minecart Rapid Transit Wiki. The monthly report shall be sent through the United Cities Discord and/or the wiki. 50

Failure to submit a monthly report in the way outlined by this resolution will result in the current committee chairman to be instantaneously removed from the committee and the trigger of an automatic motion internal to the committee to elect a new committee chairman.

In the case of which there is no allocated chairman of the committee, if the president fails to submit a monthly report, an automatic motion internal to the committee to elect a committee chairman will be triggered.

The monthly report should include the committee’s status on current projects, the results from each committee motion since the last monthly report, and the committee’s planned goals to be completed by the next monthly report including each committee members commitment to achieving these aims.

Failure to achieve the committee’s outlined goals two calendar months in a row will result in the current committee chairman to be instantaneously removed from the committee and the trigger of an automatic motion internal to the committee to choose a new committee chairman.

Additionally, if two committee chairmen are automatically removed from the committee by the processes outlined in this resolution in a period of four calendar months, a resolution will automatically be put up to voting in the general assembly to dissolve the committee.

In the case of which there is no allocated chairman of the committee, if the committee fails to achieve the goals outlined by the committee’s monthly reports two months in a row, a resolution will automatically be put up to voting in the general assembly to dissolve the committee. 51

Enacted Resolution 42: The Legislative Committee Accountability Act Deadline Act

"The Chairman of the Committee must submit their committee’s monthly report on the 1st of each calendar month at midnight UTC." in enacted resolution 41 shall be replaced with the phrase "The Chairman of the Committee must submit their committee’s monthly report within 48 hours after midnight UTC on the 1st of each calendar month."

Enacted Resolution 43: The History Committee Framework Act Amendment Act

Clause 2:5 of Enacted Resolution 26: The History Committee Framework Act is now removed.53

Enacted Resolution 44: Public Works Membership Adjustment Act

This resolution appoints mineman to the Public Works Committee.

Enacted Resolution 45: Public Works Housekeeping

This resolution removes Seshpenguin from the Public Works Committee.

Enacted Resolution 46: PW Maintenance

This resolution appoints Ardy to the Public Works Committee.

Enacted Resolution 47: The Election Debate Facilitation Act Amendment Act

The Discord text channel created for the facilitation of election debate by Enacted Resolution 29 is to be replaced by separate Discord text channels for each Officer position up for election, operating under the same regulations as the debate channel created by Enacted Resolution 29.

Enacted Resolution 48: The Legislative Committee Membership Efficiency Act

All legislative committees shall have the ability to add or remove members from their committee through a committee motion.

To add or remove a player, the committee must have a majority of committee members to approve of the motion including the committee chairman except in the case where there is no committee chairman

In the event of a tie in a motion, the motion will be automatically become a resolution in the general assembly.

Enacted Resolution 49: The Thanks hnt for Your Service Act

hnt is hereby removed from the History Committee.

Enacted Resolution 50: The Legislative Committee Accountability Act Amendment Act

The sixth paragraph of Enacted Resolution 41 is hereby replaced by the following: "The monthly report shall be sent through the United Cities Discord and/or the wiki."

Skelezomperman is hereby reinstated as chair of the History Committee.

Enacted Resolution 51: The Legislative Committee Accountability Act Amendment Act

The Chairman of the Committee must submit their committee’s monthly report within 48 hours after midnight UTC on the 1st of each calendar month. Additionally, each member of the committee must place their signature by themselves on each monthly report.

In the case of which there is no allocated chairman of the committee, the president should file the monthly report for the committee.

Failure of any committee member to place their signature on a monthly report shall trigger a motion before the committee removing the member.

The monthly report shall be sent through the United Cities Discord and/or the wiki.

Failing to submit the monthly report in the way outlined by this resolution will result in the immediate removal of the committee chair. At that point, the ability to name a new committee chairman is stripped from the committee and given to the General Assembly where a resolution will be proposed naming a new chairman.

In the case where there is no committee chairman and the president fails to file a report for the committee, a resolution shall be proposed before the General Assembly to dissolve the committee.

The monthly report should include the committee’s status on current projects, the results from each committee motion since the last monthly report, and the committee’s planned goals to be completed by the next monthly report including each committee members commitment to achieving these aims.

Should the committee fail to achieve outlined goals two calendar months in a row, a resolution removing the committee chairman shall be automatically proposed before the general assembly.

Enacted Resolution 52: The Committee Meetings Act

The meeting timeframe requirement for the Public Works Committee and the History Committee is that each committee must hold one meeting no more than two weeks following its previous meeting, unless the committee votes by motion to extend this timeframe by a maximum of 48 hours at a time.

Each committee meeting shall have a quota of a majority of committee members. Should the committee chair schedule a meeting which is unable to proceed due to a lack of quota, which results in the inability for the committee to meet its deadline for holding a meeting, the chair may reschedule to a time within 48 hours of the original scheduled start of the meeting.

Should a committee fail to meet its meeting requirement due to the failure of the chair to schedule a meeting, or the failure of the chair to see to the facilitation of a scheduled meeting, the chair shall be in violation of this resolution.

No provision of this resolution may be construed to apply to any committee other than the Public Works Committee and the History Committee.

Enacted Resolution 53: Dissolution of the History Committee Act

The History Committee is hereby dissolved as a legislative committee. This also renders Enacted Resolutions 26 and 43 null and void due to them referring to a committee that does not exist.

The #history channel on the UC Discord server may not be deleted. It shall be moved to the Archival category and locked from further communication.

This resolution shall not be interpreted to prohibit the continuation of the History Committee’s goals by others, both members of the UC and nonmembers of the UC.

Enacted Resolution 54: The Reappointment of ryanfr Act

ryanfr is hereby made chair of the Public Works Committee.

Enacted Resolution 55: The Appointment of MIKE24DUDE to Public Works Act

MIKE24DUDE is hereby appointed as member of the Public Works Committee.