Tribal Council Results – Thursday, April 14

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Tabled Ord. No. 562 – Business Preference Law – Amended/Passed

Tabled Ord. No. 610 – Minors Fund – Amended/Passed

Tabled Ord. No. 611 – Amendments to Personnel Policy – Amended/Tabled

Tabled Res. No. 639 – Forest Management Plan addressing installation and management of wildlife openings on Tribal lands – Withdrawn

Res. No. 668 – Protest on passed Res. No. 647 (2011) by Solomon Saunooke re: New Kituwah Academy – Killed

Res. No. 669 – Adam Wachacha requests implementation of Immersion Program in Snowbird Community – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 670 – Heirs of Walker Wolfe (d), Salkinney Wolfe (d), Josephine Wolfe (d) and Rebecca Wolfe (d) recognized as successors in interest to possessory holdings held by individuals at time of their death – Passed

Res. No. 671 – Tony Bernhisel requests to lease two acres of property in Rough Branch for construction of new Healing Waters Church – Tabled until May 2011

Res. No. 672 – John Standingdeer requests Tribe place rock crusher on Tribal property as business enterprise of EBCI – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 673 – Shan Standingdeer requests transfer between himself and John J. Wilnoty Jr. (d) be completed without signature of Tennie Standingdeer Wilnoty – Killed

No # given – Nancy Long requests that any attempt to merge QHA with Tribal Housing Development be held until proper federal offices investigate feasibility of merger and Res. No. 563 (08) be rescinded – Hold for Work Session

No # given – Request reorganization of QHA and Tribal Housing Department and all housing lists be published monthly in Cherokee One Feather – submitted by Mike Parker and Bill Taylor – Hold for Work Session

Res. No. 674 – Realty Department request to amend Res. No. 255 (10) to include survey and transfers between Leona J. Wolfe (d) and Rachel E. Bird (d) without signature of Leona J. Wolfe (d) – Tabled

Res. No. 675 – Last will & testament of Rachel Ethel Bird Lance (d) – Tabled

Res. No. 676 – Successor in interest to Charles Donnie Biello (d) recognized – Passed

Res. No. 677 – Request transfer of possessory interest to Mollie Littlejohn (d) heirs for WT Comm. Parcel No. 1270 approved without signatures of Mike Littlejohn, Charlotte Lossiah, Jim Littlejohn (d), Burton Littlejohn, Elsie Wolfe (d) heirs:  June Wolfe, Eliza Wolfe, Leonard Littlejohn (d) heirs:  Zaccheus Littlejohn, Keisha Baggett and Sierra Robinson – Passed

Res. No. 678 – Request transfer of possessory interest to Mollie Littlejohn (d) heirs for WT Comm. Parcel No. 1274 approved without signatures of David Taylor Sr., Mike Littlejohn, Nellie Littlejohn Sanchez, Molly Littlejohn, Charlotte Littlejohn, Jim Littlejohn, Burton Littlejohn, June Wolfe, Eliza Wolfe, Zaccheus Littlejohn and Keisha Baggett – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 679 – Last will & testament of William Paul Rose (d) – Passed

Res. No. 680 – Appointment of Election Board member for Snowbird/Cherokee County due to resignation of Kenny Rogers – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 681 – Request by Heart to Heart Advocacy for Tribal Transit property when it moves to its new location – Passed

Res. No. 682 – Adam Wachacha requests evaluation process for new Snowbird Senior Citizens Center – Amended/Passed

Res. No. 683 – Diamond Brown requests Office of Attorney General draft drug-testing policy for EBCI funded college students – Withdrawn

Res. No. 684 – Request by CDOT to remove Paulette Smart Road from BIA road inventory list – Passed

Res. No. 685 – Amendment to Forest Management Plan re: installation and management of wildlife openings – Passed

Res. No. 686 – Timber Use Policy Statement – Passed

Res. No. 687 – Boyd Owle appointed to Sequoyah National Golf Club Board of Directors – Killed

Res. No. 688 – Transfer of existing homes and lots in Phase II of Heritage at Soco Valley to qualified members of EBCI at prices outlined in resolution – Passed

Res. No. 689 – First amendment to Amended & Restated Management Agreement between EBCI and Harrah’s NC Casino Company, LLC – Passed

No # given – Amendment to Sec. 44 of Cherokee Code entitled “Housing” based on the direction of passed Res. No. 563 (08) – Hold for Work Session

Ord. No. 690 – Cherokee Summer Houses – replacement of old teepees and carports in downtown Cherokee – Tabled

Ord. No. 691 – Rescinding of Ord. No. 959, reinstatement of Res. No. 58 and amendment to EBCI Forest Management Plan that meets firewood cutting needs and requirements of Endangered Species Act of 1973 – Tabled

Res. No. 692 – Property purchased by Melba and John Haigler in the Birdtown Community, Parcel No. 185, shall be dedicated to the use of HIP Houses – Passed

Res. No. 693 – Banishment of Zara Ellis Saddler – Passed

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