Published On: Fri, Aug 19th, 2011

Tribal Council Results – Aug. 4

No # given – 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 – Sent to Lands Committee

 

Tabled Ord. No. 707 – Request to rescind Ord. No. 531 (11), Hunting & Fishing Ordinance – Killed

 

Tabled Ord. No. 722 – TERO, economic entity awarded a bid shall pay a 1.75% fee for projects that exceed $10,000 – Tabled

 

Tabled Res. No. 767 – Budget Amendment #4 for Endowment Fund #2 – Tabled

 

Tabled Res. No. 777 – Center for Cherokee Plants, preservation of integrity of community ownership of Cherokee traditional knowledge – Passed

 

Tabled Res. No. 779 – Principal Chief and Chairman of Council request U.S. Attorney for Western District of NC to appoint Tribal Prosecutor as Special Assistant United States Attorney – Passed

 

Tabled Res. No. 781 – Life estate assignments to non-enrolled members – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 794 – Request for Bat Creek Stone for exhibit at Museum of the Cherokee Indian – Passed

 

Res. No. 795 – Amy S. Welch requests that Council approve design for Autism Awareness Project – Passed

 

Res. No. 796 – Marie Junaluska requests that Council approve Bird Project curriculum – Passed

 

Res. No. 797 – Protest on Res. No. 778 (11), heirs of Gladys A. Wright, interest in Cherokee County Tract No. 35 – Protest Upheld, Amended/Tabled

 

Res. No. 798 – Request to approve John Ayers appointment to Cherokee Police Commission due to resignation of David Blanton – Amended/Passed

 

Ord. No. 799 – Ordinance amendment, professional services provided by private businesses on Reservation – Tabled

 

No # given – Josh Squirrel desires compensation in the amount of $3,520 for work lost – Hold for September Council Session

 

Res. No. 800 – Frank Driver desires compensation in the amount of $25,000 for encroachment by CDOT – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 801 – Tribal Construction authorized to initiate documentation re: funding of FY2011 sanitation facilities for scattered housing, Sim Taylor waterline replacement, raw water pumps upgrade, update Tribal HITS data, wastewater treatment upgrade – 2, Adam’s Creek sewer rehab – 2 – Passed

 

Res. No. 802 – Planning & Development be authorized to seek up to $25,000 from Lowe’s Charitable & Educational Foundation for playground equipment in Birdtown – Passed

 

Budget Amendments

Res. No. 803 – #6 for Cherokee Youth Center – Passed

 

Res. No. 804 – #6 for Cooperative Extension – Passed

 

Res. No. 805 – #6 for Qualla Library – Passed

 

Res. No. 806 – #5 for Tribal Education – Passed

 

Res. No. 807 – #4 for WIC – Passed

 

Res. No. 808 – #4 for EPA – Resource Management – Passed

 

Res. No. 809 – #9 for Fisheries & Wildlife – Passed

 

Res. No. 810 – #4 for Tribal Construction – Passed

 

Res. No. 811 – Last Will & Testament of Alice Toineeta Littlejohn (d) – Passed

 

Res. No. 812 – Temporary exclusion of Steel Eugene Frazier – Passed

 

Res. No. 813 – Temporary exclusion of Angelica Michele Isom – Passed

– TOP Office

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