Tribal Council Agenda – Thursday, Sept. 6

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9:00 a.m.      Request for time by Beth Farris, Healing & Wellness Coalition: Introduce Francis Jansen (play video)


9:10 a.m.      Ordinances that need to be deemed read & tabled for 25 days:

Amendment to Levy Ord. re: allocating a portion of Tribal Levy revenues to the Fisheries & Wildlife Management Program (Item No. 1)

Amendment to Utilities Ord. re: penalties for tampering with Tribal water meters (Item No. 2)


Amendment to Hunting & Fishing Ord. re:  allow bounty & no closed season for coyote (Item No. 3)


Amendment to Child Support Services re: Social Security Act welfare program, Title IV-D Child Support Enforcement (Item No. 4)


Kituwah HoldingsEnterpriseOrd. (Item No. 5)


Amendment to Billboards (Sign) Ord. (Item No. 6)


Amendment to Social Services Ord. (Item No. 7)


9:20 a.m.      Recognize legal heirs as successors in interest of Russell Long (d) (Item No. 8)


9:30 a.m.      Recognize legal heirs as successors in interest of Albert David Toineeta (d) (Item No. 9)


9:40 a.m.      Recognize legal heirs as successors in interest of Savannah Driver Calhoun (d) (Item No. 10)


9:50 a.m.      Last Will & Testament of Irene Crowe Cooper (d) (Item No. 11)


10:00 a.m.    Sandra Elizabeth Smith request to purchase Tribal land

(Item No. 12)


10:10 a.m.     Norma Rae Hardin Taylor, Jessica Marie Gonzalez, Kevin Dean Swayney & James Donald Swayney request to purchase Tribal land

(Item No. 13)


10:20 a.m.    Michael Ray Watty request to purchase Tribal land

(Item No. 14)


10:30 a.m.    Ermelinda Montelongo & Amy Linda Lincoln request to purchase Tribal land (Item No. 15)


10:40 a.m.    Henry Queen Littlejohn, Jr., Henry Queen Littlejohn, III & Jasmine Michelle Littlejohn request to purchase Tribal land (Item No. 16)


10:50 a.m.    Tribe to purchase property located in the Snowbird Community from Shirley Jean Lambert Reagan (Item No. 17)


11:00 a.m.     Tribe to purchase property from Candler Ray Cooper

(Item No. 18)


11:10 a.m.     Alice Francine Parker Watty assigned Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 1027 & 653-A (Item No. 19)


11:20 a.m.     Rescind Res. No. 974 (09) re:  Tribe to purchase property located in the Big Cove Community from Charles Richard Panther for the Cherokee Tribal Trout Hatchery (Item No. 20)


11:30 a.m.     James Leonard Sequoyah request to purchase Tribal land

(Item No. 21)


11:40 a.m.     Tribe identify & make available for purchase Tribally owned land to enrolled members in need of home site (Item No. 22)


11:50 a.m.     NAGPRA resolution – request for closed session (Item No. 23)


~ Lunch Break ~


1:00 p.m.      Feasibility study for water tank for Little Snowbird area residents (Item No. 24)


1:10 p.m.       Principal Chief authorized to sign amendment to Management Agreement between EBCI & Harrah’s NC Casino Company, LLC (Item No. 25)


1:20 p.m.      Tribe to purchase former Cherokee Hardware Store

(Item No. 26)


1:30 p.m.      Tribal Council recognize US Dept of Housing & Urban Development Office of Native American Programs (ONAP) with honorary plaque (Item No. 27)


1:40 p.m.      Raw Water Intake Improvements; Planning & Design

(Item No. 28)


1:50 p.m.      Board of Sequoyah National Golf Club, LLC appointment

(Item No. 29)


2:00 p.m.     Cherokee Boys Club Board of Directors (Item No. 30)


2:10 p.m.      Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority appointment of Frances Owl-Smith (Item No. 31)


2:20 p.m.     Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority appointment of Pamela B. Cunningham (Item No. 32)


2:30 p.m.     Internal Audit Committee appointments (Item No. 33)


2:40 p.m.     Tabled Ord. No. 85 re:  Elections (Item No. 34)


2:50 p.m.     Tabled Ord. No. 153 re: Tribal Business Preference Law

(Item No. 35)


3:00 p.m.     Tabled Ord. No. 208 re: Cherokee Police Commission

(Item No. 36)


3:10 p.m.      Tabled Ord. No. 209 re: Regulating individuals that participate as Cherokee Chiefs & dancing for profit (Item No. 37)


3:20 p.m.     Tabled Res. No. 231 re: Assistance for Joshua Ray McNeilly in obtaining a right of way to his property in Snowbird (Item No. 38)


3:30 p.m.     Tabled Res. No. 252 re:CherokeeAdventureParkProject (Item No. 39)

3:40 p.m.     Tabled Ord. No. 279 re:  Elections submitted by Missy Crowe (Item No. 40)

3:50 p.m.     Tabled Ord. No. 289 re:  Prohibits gambling, including electronic video machines at any premises not authorized by Tribal law (Item No. 41)


4:00 p.m.     Tabled Ord. No. 290 re:  Internal Audit (Item No. 42)


4:10 p.m.      Tabled Res. No. 295 re:  Kimmy Jackson awarded one half marital residence (Item No. 43)


4:20 p.m.     Tabled Ord. No. 297 re: Removal of TABCC board submitted by Missy Crowe (Item No. 44)


4:30 p.m.     Tabled Ord. No. 298 re: Removal of Alcohol Law Enforcement agents submitted by Missy Crowe (Item No. 45)

4:40 p.m.     Tabled Res. No. 302 re:  Bylaws of Sequoyah National Golf Club LLC (Item No. 46)


4:50 p.m.     Tabled Res. No. 303 re:  Education Guidelines submitted by Duke McCoy (Item No. 47)


5:00 p.m.     Budget Amendments:


# 5 for Cooperative Extension (Item No. 48)

# 5 for Public Library – Qualla Boundary & Snowbird (Item No. 49)

# 7 for Tribal Education (Item No. 50)

# 2 for Education & Training (Item No. 51)

# 1 for Tribal Education – NEW (Item No. 52)

# 10 for Finance (Item No. 53)

# 9 for Cherokee Choices (Item No. 54)

# 10 for Cherokee Choices (Item No. 55)

# 3 for Women’s Wellness (Item No. 56)

# 6 for Home Health – Administration (Item No. 57)

# 13 for Building Construction (Item No. 58)

# 2 for CDOT-Riverside, Roadsides & Streetlights (Item No. 59)

# 14 for EPA-Planning (Item No. 60)

# 11 for Transit (Item No. 61)

# 33 for Tribal Construction (Item No. 62)

# 7 for Emergency Management (Item No. 63)

# 7 for Fire Department (Item No. 64)

# 8 for Police Department (Item No. 65)

# 21 for Housing Program (Item No. 66)

# 3 for Qualla Housing (Item No. 67)