Published On: Wed, Nov 18th, 2009

Tribal Council Results

Provided by TOP Office

Friday, Oct. 30

Tabled Res. No. 22 (2009) – Protest on passed Res. Nos. 1031 and 1032 regarding ABC Commission – Tabled for Nov. 5th Council Session

No # assigned – J.C. Wachacha desires resolution to reinforce passed Res. No. 1009 regarding purchase of his property located in Snowbird Community – Withdrawn

Res. No. 35 – Josh Squirrel desires compensation in the amount of $3,520 for work loss from untimely issuance of rock permit – Killed

Res. No. 36 – Kituwah Academy Immersion Parent Group requests donation of $500 – Passed

Res. No. 37 – Big Cove Head Start Parent Group requests donation of $500 – Passed

Res. No. 38 – Tribal Council reclaim sovereign status and powers under Constitution of EBCI commonly known as Chapter 207 of Private Laws of NC, recognizing Constitution of EBCI as bylaws of the municipal corporation – submitted by Nancy Long – Tabled for Work Session

Res. No. 39 – Request that all subsidies of private enterprises shall stop immediately – TERO must notify private enterprise sector they shall maintain 50% Tribal members on trust property – Tabled for Work Session with TCGE

Res. No. 40 – EBCI cease practice of allowing BIA, Division of Forestry, control and manage Tribal property – Tabled for Timber & Natural Resources Committee meeting

Ord. No. 41 – Amendments to Telecommunications Towers Ordinance – Tabled

Res. No. 42 – Request that Council acknowledge 75th Anniversary of Blue Ridge Parkway – Passed

Res. No. 43 – Request for grant application for Rural General Public Program – Transit – Passed

No # – Appointment of seven individuals to Harrah’s Management Agreement Committee – Held for Nov. 5th Council Session

No # – Tribal Housing Division authorized to build a road and survey 12-17 house sites on Tribal Reserve off Hyatt Cove Road in Wolftown Community – Held for Nov. 5th Council Session

No # – Expansion of Hwy. 19 – Public Service project – eminent domain of Painttown Comm. Parcel No. 90-B owned by Steve Beck – Held for Nov. 5th Council Session

Res. No. 44 – Donation to Cherokee Traveling U14 Soccer Team – Passed

Res. No. 45 – TOP/Council Bizhub Copier – limited waiver of sovereign immunity – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 46 – Council recognition and support of Indian Child Welfare Act for EBCI – Tabled for December Budget Council

 

Thursday, Nov. 5

Tabled Res. No. 5 – Life Estate Request – Richard K. Saunooke (d) for Mary Joan Saunooke – contains errors – Withdrawn

Tabled Res. No. 22 – Teresa McCoy protests Res. No. 1031 and 1032 (09) regarding Alcohol Commission – Passed

Tabled Res. No. 26 – Sheila Arch requests enforcement of right-of-way passed in 1987 from Helen Q. Raby – Withdrawn

Tabled Res. No. 27 – Peggy Saunooke requests Council rescind resolutions appointing Kirk Saunooke and Matthew Martin as judges in Cherokee Court system for not enforcing Ord. No. 43 (08) – Remains Tabled

Res. No. 47 – Request to rescind Res. No. 1021 (09) pertaining to Richard K. Saunooke (d) – last will & testament of Richard K. Saunooke (d) – Passed

Res. No. 48 – Confirmation of last will & testament of Richard K. Saunooke (d) – Passed

Res. No. 49 – Request to transfer balance remaining in Tsali Welfare Fund to Tsali Manor Senior Citizens Program and Tsali Care Center Nursing Home Program on a 50/50 basis – Passed

Res. No. 50 – Successors in interest to Alyne Ruth Maney Bradley (d) recognized – Passed

Res. No. 51 – Successors in interest to Henry Carlson McCoy (d) recognized – Passed

Res. No. 52 – Last will & testament of Leon Sampson (d) recognized – Passed

Res. No. 53 – Last will & testament of Catherine Lee Arch Larch (d) recognized – Passed

Res. No. 54 – Amendment to Res. No. 905 (09) – corrected parcel number – Passed

Res. No. 55 – Anna Bumgarner desires to trade 3 acres of property on Rattlesnake Mountain for 3 acres of buildable Tribal property – Passed

Res. No. 56 – Emergency Management Program authorized to accept 2009 Homeland Security Grant Program funds – Passed

Res. No. 57 – Budget Amendment No. 3 – EPA Planning FY 2010 – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 58 – Budget Amendment No. 3 – Fisheries & Wildlife FY 2010 – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 59 – Budget Amendment No. 2 – Police Dept. FY 2010 – Passed

Res. No. 60 – Harrah’s Management Committee Appointments – Tabled for December Council Session

Res. No. 61 – Property located on Tribal Reserve, Hyatt Cove, allotted for 12-17 house sites – Passed

Res. No. 62 – Tribe to pursue eminent domain with Steve Beck, Painttown Community – Tabled for December Council Session

Res. No. 63 – Request that Tribe purchase property from Michael Harris – Passed

Res. No. 64 – Police Commission budget established – Amended/Passed

 

Special Called Session Monday, Nov. 9

Res. No. 65 – Resolution to rescind Res. No. 22 (09) and 1031 (09) – Revised Tribal Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission FY2010 budget – $50,000 one-time donation from General Fund FY 2010 – Amended/Passed

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