Published On: Tue, Mar 1st, 2016
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Budget Council Results – Tuesday, March 1

 

Item No. 1 – Tabled Ord. No. 29 (2015) Amendment to Section 130A-7 EBCI PHHS Family Safety Advisory Board – PASSED

 

Item No. 2 – Tabled Ord. No. 79 (2015) Sec. 14-96.1 – Additional fines for crimes involving alcohol and controlled substances – PASSED

 

Item No. 3 – Tabled Ord. No. 81 (2016) Amendment to Cherokee Code Sec. 143-10 – Fire Prevention – TABLED

 

Item No. 4 – Tabled Ord. No. 116 (2016) Animal Control – Captive Bears – TABLED

 

Item No. 5 – Budget Amendment: CDOT – BIA Roads – IRR, addition of two referenced funding agreements and carryover – PASSED

 

Item No. 6 – Budget Amendment: Child Advocacy, Addition of N.C. Department of Public Safety, Governor’s Crime Commission grant – PASSED

 

Item No. 7 – Budget Amendment: Transit, adjust two grants to actual award amounts including carryover – PASSED

 

Item No. 8 – Budget Amendment: Emergency Management, add N.C. Dept. of Public Safety Homeland Security grant – PASSED

 

Item No. 9 – Budget Amendment: Public Safety Communications Center (PSCC), addition of DOJ-COPS Tribal Resources Grant Program grant – PASSED

 

Item No. 10 – Budget Amendment: Tribal Construction inventory, increase revenue based on billing of two additional projects – PASSED

 

Item No. 11 – Budget Amendment: Infrastructure, increase revenue based on billing of five employees to projects not associated with infrastructure – PASSED

 

Item No. 12 – Budget Amendment: Tribal Construction, addition of IHS grant, Washington Creek waterline replacement – PASSED

 

Item No. 13 – Budget Amendment: Tribal Construction, addition of IHS funding, Adams Creek to Goose Creek waterline replacement – PASSED

 

Item No. 14 – Budget Amendment: Inspection Public Health, increase billing to cover merit, COLA and seniority award not covered by Merit Reserve – PASSED

 

Item No. 15 – Budget Amendment: Tribal Construction, addition of IHS grant for scattered sites – PASSED

 

Item No. 16 – Donation requests: Robbinsville 8th grade trip, $500; Peace Jam Conference Robbinsville High, $500; Smokey Mountain Elementary 8th grade trip, $500 – PASSED

 

Item No. 17 – Office of Emergency Management of the EBCI be authorized to apply and accept funds from N.C. Dept. of Public Safety – Emergency Management up to $38,542.25 – PASSED

 

Item No. 18 – Cherokee Youth Center, Teen Center, and Snowbird Youth Center are approved to participate in and accept NCABGC funds up to $60,000 for FY2016 – PASSED AS AMENDED

 

Item No. 19 – Cherokee Youth Center, Teen Center, and Snowbird Youth Center are approved to participate in and accept NCABGC funds up to $19,900 for FY2016 (Power Hour, SMART moves, Street Smart programs) – PASSED

 

Item No. 20 – Cherokee Youth Center, Teen Center, and Snowbird Youth Center are approved to participate in and accept NCABGC funds up to $19,900 for FY2016 (Mentoring) – WITHDRAWN

 

Item No. 21 – Tribal Council requested to schedule a hearing with Mr. Morgan to examine his request to meet the requirements of Cherokee Code 16C-4(e)(5) and at this time direct the unclaimed per capita distributions be paid to Mr. Morgan – PASSED

 

Item No. 22 – Governmental Affairs line item be placed in Tribal Council’s budget – PASSED

 

Item No. 23 – Tribal Council approves Calvin Ernie Lossiah to proceed with the harvesting of his timber on possessory holding designated for harvest by Cherokee Agency Forestry and is to be cut in accordance with guidelines set forth in CFR 25 163 and IAM rules and procedures – TABLED

 

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