Published On: Wed, Sep 19th, 2012

Tribal Council Results – Thursday, Sept. 6

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Tabled Ord. No. 85 – Elections – Amended/Passed

 

Tabled Ord. No. 153 – Tribal Business Preference Law – Tabled

 

Tabled Ord. No. 208 – Cherokee Police Commission – Tabled

 

Tabled Ord. No. 209 – Regulating individuals that participate as Cherokee Chiefs and dancing for profit – Amended/Tabled

 

Tabled Res. No. 231 – Assistance for Joshua Ray McNeilly in obtaining a right-of-way to his property in Snowbird – Dead (no action)

 

Tabled Res. No. 252 – Cherokee Adventure Park Project – Passed

 

Tabled Ord. No. 279 – Elections Ordinance submitted by Missy Crowe – Withdrawn

 

Tabled Ord. No. 289 – Prohibits gambling, including electronic video machines at any premises not authorized by Tribal law – Tabled

 

Tabled Ord. No. 290 – Internal Audit – Passed

 

Tabled Res. No. 295 – Kimmy Jackson awarded one-half marital residence – Tabled

 

Tabled Ord. No. 297 – Removal of TABCC Board – Killed

 

Tabled Ord. No. 298 – Removal of Alcohol Law Enforcement agents – Withdrawn

 

Tabled Res. No. 302 – Bylaws of Sequoyah National Golf Club, LLC – Passed

 

Tabled Res. No. 303 – Education Guidelines submitted by Duke McCoy – Withdrawn

 

Ord. No. 305 – Amendment to Levy Ord. re: allocating a portion of Tribal Levy revenues to the Fisheries & Wildlife Management Program – Tabled

 

Ord. No. 306 – Amendment to Utilities Ord. re: penalties for tampering with Tribal water meters – Tabled

 

Ord. No. 307 – Amendment to Hunting & Fishing Ord. re: allow bounty and no closed season for coyote – Tabled

 

Ord. No. 308 – Amendment to Child Support Services re: Social Security Act welfare program, Title IV-D Child Support Enforcement – Tabled

 

Ord. No. 309 – Kituwah Holdings Enterprise Ord. – Tabled

 

Ord. No. 310 – Amendment to Billboards (Sign) Ord. – Tabled

 

Ord. No. 311 – Amendment to Social Services Ord. – Tabled

 

Res. No. 312 – Recognize legal heirs as successors in interest of Russell Long (d) – Passed

 

Res. No. 313 – Recognize legal heirs as successors in interest of Albert David Toineeta (d) – Passed

 

Res. No. 314 – Recognize legal heirs as successors in interest of Savannah Driver Calhoun (d) – Passed

 

Res. No. 315 – Last will and testament of Irene Crowe Cooper (d) – Passed

 

Res. No. 316 – Sandra Elizabeth Smith request to purchase Tribal land – Tabled

 

Res. No. 317 – Tribe identify and make available for purchase Tribally-owned land to enrolled members in need of home site – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 318 – Norma Taylor, Jessica M. Gonzalez, Kevin D. Swayney and James D. Swayney request to purchase Tribal land – Tabled

 

Res. No. 319 – Michael Ray Watty request to purchase Tribal land – Tabled

 

Res. No. 320 – Ermelinda Montelongo and Amy Linda Lincoln request to purchase Tribal land – Tabled

 

Res. No. 321 – Henry Queen Littlejohn, Jr.; Henry Queen Littlejohn, III and Jasmine Michelle Littlejohn request to purchase Tribal land – Tabled

 

Res. No. 322 – Tribe to purchase property located in the Snowbird Community from Shirley Jean Lambert Reagan – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 323 – Tribe to purchase property from Candler Ray Cooper – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 324 – Alice Francine Parker Watty assigned Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 1027 and 653-A – Tabled

 

Res. No. 325 – 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 – Passed

 

Res. No. 326 – James Leonard Sequoyah request to purchase Tribal land – Tabled/Withdrawn

 

Res. No. 327 – NAGPRA resolution – request for closed session – Passed

 

Res. No. 328 – Feasibility study for water tank for Little Snowbird area residents – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 329 – Principal Chief authorized to sign amendment to Management Agreement between EBCI and Harrah’s NC Casino Company, LLC – Passed

 

Res. No. 330 – Tribe to purchase former Cherokee Hardware Store – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 331 – Council recognize U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development ONAP with plaque – Passed

 

Res. No. 332 – Raw Water Intake Improvements; Planning & Design – Passed

 

Res. No. 333 – Cherokee Boys Club Board of Directors – Passed

 

Res. No. 334 – Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority appointment of Frances Owl-Smith – Passed

 

Res. No. 335 – Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority appointment of Pamela B. Cunningham – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 336 – Internal Audit Committee appointments – Passed

 

Budget Amendments

Res. No. 331 – #5 for Cooperative Extension – Passed

Res. No. 338 – #5 for Public Library – Qualla Boundary and Snowbird – Passed

Res. No. 339 – #7 for Tribal Education – Passed

Res. No. 340 – #2 for Education & Training – Passed

Res. No. 341 – #1 for Tribal Education – NEW – Passed

Res. No. 342 – #10 for Finance – Passed

Res. No. 343 – #9 for Cherokee Choices – Passed

Res. No. 344 – #10 for Cherokee Choices – P assed

Res. No. 345 – #3 for Women’s Wellness – Passed

Res. No. 346 – #6 for Home Health – Administration – Passed

Res. No. 347 – #13 for Building Construction – Passed

Res. No. 348 – #2 for CDOT – Riverside, Roadsides and Streetlights – Passed

Res. No. 349 – #14 for EPA Planning – Passed

Res. No. 350 – #11 for Transit – Passed

Res. No. 351 – #33 for Tribal Construction – Passed

Res. No. 352 – #7 for Emergency Management – Passed

Res. No. 353 – #7 for Fire Department – Passed

Res. No. 354 – #8 for Police Department – Passed

Res. No. 355 – #21 for Housing Program – Passed

Res. No. 356 – #3 for Qualla Housing – Passed

Res. No. 357 – Board of Sequoyah National Golf Club, LLC appointment – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 358 – Cherokee Police Commission appointments for three year term – Passed

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