Published On: Sat, Feb 6th, 2016
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Tribal Council Results – Thursday, Feb. 4

 

Item No. 1 – Tabled Ord. No. 113 – Expand TERO Certified Business Preference – DEEMED READ AND TABLED

 

Item No. 2 – Tabled Ord. No. 114 – Amendment to Section 105-16 – Cherokee Chiefs and businesses using sound to attract customers – DEEMED READ AND TABLED

 

Item No. 3 – Tabled Ord. No. 115 – Chapter 7A of the Cherokee Code – Retention of Jurisdiction – DEEMED READ AND TABLED

 

Item No. 4 – Tabled Ord. No. 116 – Animal Control – Captive Bears – DEEMED READ AND TABLED

 

Item No. 5 – Tabled Ord. No. 117 – Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority Board of Governors – DEEMED READ AND TABLED

 

Item No. 6 – Tabled Ord. No. 118 – Department of Justice and Attorney General – DEEMED READ AND TABLED

 

Item No. 7 – Tabled Ord. No. 119 – Merging of two regulatory agencies – Tribal Gaming Commission (TGC) and Tribal Alcohol Beverage Control Commission (TABCC) – DEEMED READ AND TABLED

 

Item No. 8 – Tabled Ord. No. 28 (2015) Cherokee Code Chapter 150 – Administrative Procedure Act – PASSED AS AMENDED

 

Item No. 9 – Tabled Ord. No. 29 (2015) Section 130A-7 – EBCI Public Health and Human Services (PHHS) Family Safety Advisory Board – TABLED

 

Item No. 10 – Tabled Ord. No. 33 (2015) Law necessary to authorize and support Tribal PHHS administration of comprehensive vulnerable adult welfare services – WITHDRAWN

 

Item No. 11 – Tabled Ord. No. 54 (2015) – Amendments to Cherokee Code – Section 117-31 – Planning Board –  TABLED

 

Item No. 12 – Tabled Resolution No. 59 (2015) – Tribal Council instructs the Attorney General to develop an ordinance for consideration of banishment and/or disenrollment of members manufacturing, selling and distributing drugs – TABLED

 

Item No. 13 – Amendment to Hunting Ordinance Section 113.11 – Dogs – TABLED

 

Item No. 14 – Tribal Council grants Nakoa Dean Chiltoskie right-of-way to her property known as Painttown Community Parcel No. 627-A without the signature of Flint Griffin – TABLED

 

Item No. 15 – Appointments to Tribal Alcohol Beverage Control Commission (TABCC) – WITHDRAWN

 

Item No. 16 – Request for “In God We Trust” to be displayed outside of the Council House – WITHDRAWN

 

Item No. 17 – Board of Directors for Sequoyah National Golf Club LLC board members – PASSED (members approved include – Sharon Bradley, CHS golf coach; Boyd Owle, Executive Office appointment; Barbara Saunooke, Yellowhill appointment; and Kevin Jackson, Wolftown appointment)

 

Item No. 18 – Dr. Lisa Bloom, Western Carolina University, to carry out the research project as described in her IRB proposal – TABLED

 

Item No. 19 – Tribal Personnel Policy to include twelve (12) week paid maternity section – TABLED

 

Item No. 20 – Qualla Housing Authority conveyances – PASSED

 

Item No. 21 – Request to move Dialysis Center and Tsali Care Center to old Hospital – TABLED

 

Item No. 22 – Legislation proclaiming the month of February Parent Leadership Month – PASSED

 

Item No. 23 – Appointment to Tribal Gaming Commission – Bentley Tahquette – PASSED AS AMENDED

 

Item No. 24 – Appointment to Qualla Housing Authority Board of Commissioners – John D. “Dick” Crowe – PASSED AS AMENDED

 

Item No. 25 – Appointment to EBCI Information Technology Strategic Working Group – Principal Chief Patrick Lambert (alternate Vice Chief Rich Sneed), Sage Dunston – PASSED AS AMENDED

 

Item No. 26 – Appointments to ABC Commission – Bruce Toineeta (Wolftown), Brenda Norville (Cherokee County – Snowbird), A.J. Bird (Birdtown) – PASSED AS AMENDED

 

Item No. 27 – Appointment to Cherokee Police Commission – Kathy “Rock” Burgess – PASSED AS AMENDED

 

Item No. 28 – Approval to plan, build and operate a Homeless Shelter and Soup Kitchen – PASSED

 

– Compiled by Scott McKie B.P./One Feather