Published On: Mon, Jun 18th, 2012

Tribal Council Results (May 31,June 8, June 14)

Thursday, May 31

Tabled Ord. No. 85 – Elections Ordinance amendments – Tabled for work session

Tabled Res. No. 146 – Request transfer to Jeremiah Daniel Gloyne (d) heirs proceed without signatures of Roberta L. Gloyne and Helen L. Gloyne Snow – Tabled

Tabled Ord. No. 153 – TERO Ordinance amendments – Tabled for work session

Tabled Res. No. 156 – Jacob Ivey – native stone resolution – Tabled

Tabled Ord. No. 179 – Personal Liability – Tabled

Tabled Ord. No. 180 – Ordinance approving Tribal Casino Enterprise Amended & Restated Loan Documents – Passed

Tabled Ord. No. 181 – Revenue Allocation Ordinance Amendments – Tabled

Tabled Ord. No. 182 – Tribal Law & Order Act Amendments – Tabled

Tabled Res. No. 196 – Successors in interest to William Dale Long (d) recognized – Tabled

Ord. No. 208 – Oversight of Cherokee Police Dept. – Cherokee Police Commission – Tabled

Ord. No. 209 – Amendment to Ord. No. 690 (11) regarding employment preference – Pan-am style dancing in downtown Cherokee – Tabled

Ord. No. 210 – Child Pornography Ordinance – Tabled

Ord. No. 211 – Bankruptcy, Receivership, etc. Ordinance – Tabled

Res. No. 212 – Research project request by Joan O’Connell – Passed

Res. No. 213 – James D. Kanott transfer of property awarded to Billie J. Wolfe, Parcel No. 1068-J, Wolftown – Passed

Res. No. 214 – Last will & testament of Oscar Welch (d) – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 215 – Last will & testament of Margarent Ann Saunooke Hicks (d) – Passed

Res. No. 216 – Timber Use Policy Statement – Passed

Res. No. 217 – Chain of command during emergency situations – Passed

Res. No. 218 – Request five per capita checks for the June 2012 disbursement be held while enrollment status is under review – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 219 – Successors in interest to Mason Cucumber, Jr. (d) recognized – Passed

Res. No. 220 – Successors in interest to Cristyn Jade Jones (d) recognized – Passed

Res. No. 221 – Successors in interest to Jonathan Allen Rattler (d) recognized – Passed

Res. No. 222 – Budget Amendment No. 3 – HELP – Passed

Res. No. 223 – Budget Amendment No. 4 – Senior Citizens – Passed

Res. No. 224 – Budget Amendment No. 3 – Employment – Passed

Res. No. 225 – Budget Amendment No. 11 – Travel & Tourism – Passed

Res. No. 226 – Budget Amendment No. 8 – Domestic Violence – Passed

Res. No. 227 – Budget Amendment No. 4 – Emergency Management – Passed

Res. No. 228 – Budget Amendment No. 5 – Emergency Management – Passed

Res. No. 229 – Budget Amendment No. 7 – Police Department – Passed

Res. No. 230 – Donations requests: Cherokee Little League teams, Mighty Ducks Youth Basketball League – Passed

Res. No. 231 – Joshua R. McNeilly requests assistance in obtaining right-of-way to his property listed as Snowbird Community Parcel No. 37 – Tabled for July

Res. No. 232 – Title II Block Grant of Older American’s Act – request to secure funding for FY2013 – Passed

Res. No. 233 – Request by Birdtown Community Club that Legal Department draft ordinance regulating burials in cemeteries on the Qualla Boundary – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 234 – Limited waiver of sovereign immunity between EBCI and Flintco, LLC for jail construction agreement – Killed

Res. No. 235 – Application submitted to Cherokee Preservation Foundation for $500,000 on behalf of Cultural District Development Project – Killed

Res. No. 236 – Office of Attorney General authorized to submit grant application to Cherokee Preservation Foundation in the amount of $60,000 for scanning of legal documents to improve safety of document storage – Passed

Res. No. 237 – Grant application request – Rural General Public Program – Transit – Passed

Res. No. 238 – Haigler Pump Station Replacement Project – Passed

Res. No. 239 – Sanitation Facilities Construction Projects FY2012 – Passed

Res. No. 240 – Budget Amendment No. 11 – Fisheries & Wildlife – Passed

Res. No. 241 – Request for support regarding construction and operation of Family Healing Housing Program – Passed

No # given (Item No. 5) – Last will & testament of Ruth Helen Ledford Long (d) – Hold

No # given (Item No. 6) Res. No. 953 (07) amended to assign Birdtown Community Parcel No. 764-FD, containing 0.285 acres, more or less, to Vera Nell Wade – Hold

No # given (Item No. 10) – Successors in interest to Ben Edward Marmon (d) recognized – Hold

No # given (Item No. 11) – Successors in interest to Vera Nell Wade (d) recognized – Hold

No # given (Item No. 12) – Request for agreement to division between Gilbert Crowe, Sr. (d) and Gene Crowe, Sr. (d) heirs for Wolftown Community Parcel No. 1394 be approved without signatures of Ashley M. Crowe, Susie C. Wolfe and Robin C. Swayney – Withdrawn

No # given (Item No. 20) – Snowbird Child Development Center request for $140,000 to maintain operations – Hold

 

Friday, June 8

Res. No. 242 – First amended and restated Tribal-State Compact between the EBCI and State of North Carolina (allowance of live dealers) – Passed

 

Thursday, June 14

Res. No. 243 – Limited waiver of sovereign immunity granted between Tribe and General Contractor for the jail project – Passed

 – TOP Office

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