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[5] > Image [5] of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1997-06-aug19.

Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

4- Governor Breathitt called on Ms. Cruz to read the following resolution for Alan Aja: WHEREAS, Alan Aja has served his constituents well and faithfully over the past year as president of the Student Government Association and as student representative on the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, and WHEREAS, on any number of issues requiring Board of Trustees action he has articulated student views and positions eloquently and factually, and WHEREAS, he has worked diligently for the good of his constituency within the policy-making and administrative systems of the University, and WHEREAS, he has proven himself an excellent listener as well as an eloquent speaker on matters at issue before the Board, and WHEREAS, he has, in all matters, conducted himself with a great deal of decorum, thoughtfulness and consideration of the opinions and feelings of others, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that his fellow members of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees do formally declare their appreciation and gratitude to Alan Aja for his meritorious service and dedication to duty as a member of the UK Board of Trustees and for his exemplary service to the University of Kentucky during the 1996-1997 Academic Year. This the 19th day of August, 1997. On motion made by Mr. Grayson and seconded by Mr. Chellgren, the resolution was adopted. F. Letter from Lois Weinberg Governor Breathitt said that Lois Weinberg asked him to read a letter she had written to the Board and also include a copy of it the Board packet. He read the following letter to the Board: Dear Friends and Colleagues of this Board: It was not without a great deal of thought and concern that I made the recent decision not to join you today. The five years of my tenure on