Published On: Fri, Jul 29th, 2011

Tribal Council Agenda – Aug. 4

***Indicates timed item, individual has been notified at this specific time to be present

 

***9:10 a.m. –Tribal Election Board – Request for time – Certification of 2011 Primary Results   

 

***9:20 a.m. – Recognition – Remember the Removal Riders – Principal ChiefMichell Hicks

 

***9:30 a.m. – Wanda Blythe – Request for time

 

***9:40 a.m. – Francine Watty – Request for time

 

***9:50 a.m. – Warren Dupree – Request for time – American Legion Steve Youngdeer Post 143

 

***10:00 a.m. –Alzheimer’s Association – Request for time – Kristy Dotson, Kelly Land & Pepper Taylor

 

***10:10 a.m. – Report – VOC – Kimlyn S. Lambert

 

***10:20 a.m. – Marion Teesateskie, surviving spouse of Frank Teesateskie (d), desires to be recognized as the sole owner of Parcel No. 405 located in the Snowbird Community, containing 58 acres, more or less (Item No. 1)

 

10:30 a.m. – Tabled Ord. No. 707 – Request to rescind 532 (11) – Hunting & Fishing Ordinance (Item No. 2)

 

***10:30 a.m. – Tabled Res. No. 777 (11) – Center for Cherokee Plants – preservation of integrity of community ownership of Cherokee traditional knowledge (Item No. 3) 

 

***10:40 a.m. – Tabled Res. No. 779 (11) – Principal Chief & Chairman of Council request US Attorney for Western District of NC to appoint Tribal Prosecutor as Special Assistant United States Attorney (Item No. 4)

 

***10:50 a.m. – Tabled Res. No. 781 (11) – Life estate assignments to non-enrolled members (Item No. 5) 

 

***11:00 a.m. – Amy S. Welch – request that Council approve design for Autism Awareness project (Item No. 6)

 

***11:10 a.m. –Marie Junaluska– request that Council approve Bird Project Curriculum (Item No. 7)

 

***11:20 a.m. – Protest on Res. No. 778 (11) – Heirs of Gladys A. Wright – interest in Cherokee County Tract No. 35 (Item No. 8) 

 

11:30 a.m. – Request to approve John Ayers appointment to Cherokee

Police Commission due to resignation ofDavid Blanton(Item No. 9) 

 

11:40 a.m. – Request for Bat Creek Stone for exhibit at Museum of the Cherokee Indian (Item No. 10) ** REQUEST TO BE 1ST ITEM HEARD **

 

11:50 a.m. – Ord. amendment – Professional services provided by private businesses on Reservation (Item No. 11)

 

1:00 p.m. – Tabled Ord. No. 722 (11) – TERO – economic entity awarded a bid shall pay a 1.75% fee for projects that exceed $10,000 (Item No. 12)

 

1:10 p.m. – Res. No. 767 (11) – Budget amendment # 4 for Endowment Fund # 2 (Item No. 13)

 

1:20 p.m. – Josh Squirrel desires compensation in the amount of $3,520 for work lost (Item No. 14)

 

1:30 p.m. – Frank Driver desires compensation in the amount of $25,000 for encroachment by CDOT (Item No. 15)

 

1:40 p.m. –        Tribal Construction authorized to initiate documentation re: funding of FY 2011 sanitation facilities for scattered housing, Sim Taylor waterline replacement, raw water pumps upgrade, update Tribal HITS data, wastewater treatment upgrade – 2, Adam’s Ck sewer rehab – 2 (Item No. 16)

 

1:50 p.m. – Planning & Development be authorized to seek up to $25,000 from Lowe’s Charitable & Educational Foundation for playground equipment in Birdtown (Item No. 17)

 

 

 

 

2:00 p.m. – Budget amendments

 

                # 6 for Cherokee Youth Center (Item No. 18)

                # 6 for Cooperative Extension (Item No. 19)

                # 6 for Qualla Library (Item No. 20)

                # 5 for Tribal Education (Item No. 21)

                # 4 for WIC (Item No. 22)

                # 4 for EPA – Resource Management (Item No. 23)

                # 9 for Fisheries & Wildlife (Item No. 24)

                # 4 for Tribal Construction (Item No. 25)

 

Banishment items

 – TOP Office

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