Published On: Thu, Jan 17th, 2013

Tribal Council Results – Thursday, Jan. 3

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

 

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

 

Tabled Ord. No. 362 – Additional fine for crimes involving domestic violence – Passed

 

Tabled Res. No. 369 – $2 million to carry out all work necessary to complete site evaluations for the purpose of determining the estimated infrastructure cost related to a Class III gaming facility in Cherokee County – Tabled

 

Tabled Res. No. 400 – Budget amendment for Housing – Passed

 

Ord. No. 407 – Land Surveys – Tabled

 

Ord. No. 408 – Business Committee – Tabled

 

Ord. No. 409 – Tribal Council voting procedures – Tabled

 

Ord. No. 410 – Establishment of Office of Legislative Counsel for Tribal Council – Tabled

 

Res. No. 411 – Recognize successors in interest of Roderick Lee Taylor (d) – Passed

 

Res. No. 412 – Recognize last will & testament of Garnel Lee Craig (d) – Passed

 

Res. No. 413 – Recognize successors in interest of William Dennis Reed (d) – Passed

 

Res. No. 414 – Transfer to Ruby Reagan Toineeta heirs approved without signatures of Samuel Emmett Walkingstick, Joel Danny Walkingstick and Omer Albert Buchanan, Jr. – Tabled

 

Res. No. 415 – Right-of-Way granted to Gladys Lucille Roberts Penick across Tribal Reserve – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 416 – Assignment of Birdtown Community Parcel No. 33-A containing 1.219 acres to Rose Marie McCoy – Passed

 

Res. No. 417 – Authorize the pursuit of TAS through EPA to establish a federally-approved Tribal water quality standards program – Passed

 

Res. No. 418 – Dr. Lefler granted permission to carry out research project – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 419 – Recognize Michael and Mario Mazzariello as honorary members of the EBCI – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 420 – Mutual-help homes assigned – Passed

 

Res. No. 421 – Donald Rose appointed to five-year term on the Cherokee Tribal Gaming Commission – Passed

 

Res. No. 422 – Bradley B. Letts appointed to four-year term on the Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority Board – Passed

 

Res. No. 423 – Adele Jacobs-Madden appointed to four-year term on the Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority Board – Passed

 

Res. No. 424 – Purchase of Michael Jay Shell property, Big Cove Parcel #253, for $10,000 for housing purposes – Passed

 

Res. No. 425 – Cherokee and Snowbird Youth Centers, Teen Center authorized to participate in and accept NCAI funds to establish and implement diabetes prevention programs for youth – Passed

 

Res. No. 426 – Cherokee and Snowbird Youth Centers, Teen Center authorized to participate in and accept NCAI funds to establish and implement mentor programs for youth – Passed

 

Res. No. 427 – Cherokee and Snowbird Youth Centers, Teen Center authorized to participate in and accept NCABGC funds – Passed

 

Res. No. 428 – Principal Chief authorized to submit grant application for Transit for federal and state funding in the amount of $190,832 – Passed

 

Res. No. 429 – Kituwah Preservation & Education Program authorized to submit grant application to CPF in the amount of $183,000 with 68 percent match – Passed

 

Res. No. 430 – Enterprise Development Program authorized to submit grant application to CPF in the amount of $44,500 with 50 percent match – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 431 – Cherokee Destination Marketing authorized to submit grant application to CPF in the amount of $60,000 with $60,000 match – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 432 – Principal Chief authorized to submit an Elderly & Disabled continuing grant application for Transit for federal and state funding in the amount of $351,756 – Passed

 

Res. No. 433 – Principal Chief authorized to submit a New Freedom continuing grant application for Transit for federal and state funding in the amount of $117,810 – Passed

 

Res. No. 434 – Principal Chief authorized to submit CTP grant application for Transit for federal and state funding in the amount of $228,504 – Passed

 

Res. No. 435 – Cherokee Choices authorized to submit grant application to CPF for the Revitalization of Traditional Cherokee Artisan Resources in the amount of $5,500 – Tabled

 

Res. No. 436 – Sequoyah National Golf Club, LLC authorized to renew $500,000 line of credit – Tabled/Passed

 

Res. No. 437 – Principal Chief authorized to negotiate an agreement with KOA Campground for repairs needed to restore gabion basket wall not to exceed $75,000 under the provision that KOA contributes $50,000 – Passed

 

Res. No. 438 – Balsam West FIberNET authorized to obtain line of credit not to exceed $3 million – Passed

 

Res. No. 439 First Citizens Bank & Trust Company granted limited waiver of sovereign immunity for the Waste Water Treatment Plant expansion note – Passed

 

Budget amendments

Res. No. 440 – Travel & Tourism – Passed

Res. No. 441 – Kituwah Preservation & Education Program – Passed

Res. No. 442 – Emergency Management – Passed

Res. No. 443 – Composting – Passed

Res. No. 444 – Endowment Fund #2 – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 445 – Finance – Tabled

Res. No. 446 – Kituwah Preservation & Education Program – Passed

Res. No. 447 – EPA – Planning – Passed

Res. No. 448 – Transit – Passed

Res. No. 449 – Bioterrorism – Passed

Res. No. 450 – CIP – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 451 – Domestic Violence – Passed

 

No # given – Revoke Ben Parker’s right to access Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 6 across Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 5 belonging to United Methodist Church – Hold

 

No # given – Economic & Community Development office in conjunction with the Division of Finance authorized to use up to a maximum of $2,000,000 for completion of Justice Center project – Withdrawn

 

No # given – Tribal Council approval of the Indoor Adventure Park Resort – Hold for February

 

–  TOP Office

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