1980 Resolutions

Resolution NumberTitleMeeting Date/MinutesSignedStatus

80-001-AG THEREFORE BE IT-RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council, that Community Development funds allocated to the communities shall be expended as follows :1/3/1980YActive

80-002-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED/ that the Tribal Business Council authorizes payment for rent to the Fort Berthold Housing Authority for the foster home from Revenue Sharing funds beginning  September, 1979. 1/3/1980YActive

80-003-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes supports CERT in requesting the American Indian Law Center to seek funding with CERT support to undertake a comprehensive review of the rights of individual Indian landowners; to review existing federal and tribal laws and policies and practices ; and, to make recommendations for adjustments in federal and tribal policies and practices which will assume the protection of the rights of individual Indian landowners; and, to make recommendations for organizational arrangements by which landowners can have a voice in matters which affect their interests at both the tribal and federal levels. 1/3/1980YActive

80-004-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the rates for travel be established as follows: $75.00/per day for out-of-state travel, and $50.00/per day for in-state, travel.1/9/1980YActive

80-005-AGNONE  Active

80-006-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Director of the Three Affiliated Tribes Child Welfare Program is authorized to execute and file a proposal under TITLE II Of the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for the funding of a Child Welfare Court Aide and associated program costs.1/11/1980YActive

80-007-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes desires to contract for the administration of a ten week Youth Conservation Corp at a total cost of $19,999.42. 2/7/1980YActive

80-008-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED By the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, that the Indian Health Service clinic hours at Mandaree, Twin Buttes , and White Shield be set at 10:00am to 4:00pm. 2/7/1980YActive

80-009-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council authorize the Tribal Health Department to open this new account; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Health Director, the Tribal Health Nutritionist, and eventually the WIC Administrator shall be allowed to sign the check vouchers. 2/8/1980YActive

80-010-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the following be adopted as minimum requirements and conditions that must be met before well site preparation is begun: 1) A fee of ten dollars ($10.00) per rod for access road construction must be paid to the surface owner, and,  2) A fee of four thousand dollars ($4,000.00) per forty (40) acre drill site will be paid to-the surface owner, and 3) If any extraneous construction or development outside of the. 40 acre site and/or; outside of the access road must be done,. additional negotiations will be accomplished with the surface "owner prior to any actual construction or development; and 4) All conditions and requirements as set out under the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Tribal Construction Regulations and Reclamation Plan must be complied with arid adhered to.  NOW BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That if .the site.is further developed for production; or for any other purpose beyond the drilling activity, re-negotiations with the surface owner must be made prior to any such further development. 2/8/1980YActive

80-011-AGWHEREAS, Wold Engineering, P.C. was hired to design an adequate water system and they provided a totally inadequate system NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: That the Tribal Business Council directs its
Tribal Attorney to institute any and all appropriate legal actions to rectify the situation. 2/8/1980YActive

80-012-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLEVED by the  Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, That we reaffirm Resolution 79-294 recommending Mr. Harrison Fields to be appointed permanent  superintendent of Fort Berthold Reservation.2/14/1980YActive

80-013-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Director of the Three Affiliated Tribes Child Welfare Program is authorized to execute and file a proposal under TITLE II Of the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for the funding of a Child Welfare Court Aide and associated program costs.  1/11/1980YActive

80-014-AG1HEREF0RE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals
including oil and gas, from Esley Thorton, Jr for a cash consideration of $8,000.00 , which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 897A,DESCRIPTION . Lot 4, SE1/4SW1/4 Sec. 18, T. 149 N., R. 93 W., ACRES 79.01  2/14/1980YActive

80-015-AG THEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from . Gordon Bird for a cash consideration of $ 4,000.00 fair market value, utilizing funds from the , which is the present Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 990A, DESCRIPTION  SE1/4SE1/4 Sec. 31, T. 151 N., R. 94 W., ACRES 40.00 2/14/1980YActive

80-016-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Opal Fox Bird, et al for a cash consideration of $ 19,200.00 fair market value, utilizing funds from the , which is the present Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit:  ALLOT. No. 577A, DESCRIPTION  E1/2NE1/4 Sec. 19, T. 152 N., R. 93 W., ACRES 80.002/14/1980YActive

80-017-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council approve the exchange of lands held in trust by the United States of America for the Three Affiliated Tribes and lands held in trust by the United States of  America for Naomi Beko, 301-U460 under the terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold  Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the United States of America in trust for the , Three Affiliated Tribes and Naomi Beko, 301-U460 under the terms and conditions as stated below: Land exchange Allot. 955A Tribal land described as the NE1/4NW1/4, NW1/4NE1/4, Lot 1, of Section 7, Township 146 North, Range 89 West, fifth principal meridian, ND. containing 117.43 Acres. Valued at $10,500.00. For Allotment 92 described as the SE1/4SE1/4; of Sec. 19, Township 147 North, RA 89' West, 5th principal meridian. North Dakota, 40 acres. Valued at $3,600.0  Allotment 792A described as the N1/2SE1/4; of Section 2, Township 146 North, Rag 92 West, fifth principal meridian, ND. 80 acres. Valued at $7,200.00 Difference in the value of $300.00.  Mrs. Beko waived the difference.2/14/1980YActive

80-018-AGNONE YActive

80-019-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby submits a proposal for financial assistance under the SEDS Program to include: (a.) developing and Implementing a comprehensive planning  management program, (b.) the establishment of a Tribal Employment Rights Office, (c.) provide executive assistance to the Tribal Business Council, and (d.) to continue telecommunications planning. 2/14/1980YReplaced by 80-062-AG on 4/21/1980 

80-020-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Fort Berthold Game, Fish and Recreation Department hereinafter be known as the Three Affiliated Tribes Fort Berthold Game and Fish Department and as such direct it's energies wholly toward the goals of proper wildlife and habitat management. 2/15/1980YActive

80-021-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes the of the sum of $744. 84 to be paid to John O. Holm for legal services and expenses   rendered for the month of January, 1980. 2/15/1980YActive

80-022-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council, requests all the elements and full funding of the Tribal Planning and Development Program grant and the Tribal Training grant. 2/15/1980YActive

80-023-AGWHEREAS, The construction or improvements and bituminous surfacing of the following routes listed in priorities as follows for the years, 1980, 1981, 1982.  1980: 1 - Route 18 - Finish construction - Old Garrison Trail
2 - Route 2 - Bituminous surface - Northwest Farm- Road 3 - Route 124 - bituminous surface - Mandaree Turnkey 4 - Route 3100 - bituminous surface - Four Bears Complex 5 - Various Segments - Construct and Surface - Elderly Housing 1981: 1 - Route 18 - bituminous Surfacing - Old Garrison Trail 1982: 1 - Route 3300 - Construction and Surfacing - Four Bears Village  2 - Route 3300 - bituminous surface - Four Bears .Village  3 - Route 027 - Construction, Grade and Drain - Snow Road The Three Affiliated Tribes reserve the right to change priorities or project, when the economic, physical, service, or other benefits determine it  advantageous to the safety and well being of the people. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribal Business Council of the Fort Berthold Reservation is in full support of the Bureau of Indian Affairs for the construction and/or Improvements listed.  2/15/1980YActive

80-024-AGWHEREAS, the Attorneys are willing to convert their routine Washington services and a certain amount of travel time from an hourly fee to a fixed annual fee of $12,000, which will result in significant savings to the Tribes ; and WHEREAS, the Attorneys are willing to increase the Tribal discount for all hourly services from 10% to 15%; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the attached amendment to Paragraph 6 of the Attorney Contract is hereby approved; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Attorney Contract, as amended, is hereby extended until December 31, 1981, and the Secretary of the Interior is requested to approve amendment and extension 2/14/1980YActive

80-025-AGNONE   

80-026-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes  Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $250.00 for sponsorship fee of Sharon White Bear in the 1980 Miss North Dakota Teen USA Pageant.2/22/1980YActive

80-027-AGWHEREAS, An alcoholism treatment center located on the reservation supplemented by Community Development IHS money would greatly enhance this program. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council supports the full funding of the Community Development Grant RFP 80-6. 2/29/1980YActive

80-028-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE THREE AFFILIATED TRIBES TRIBAL BUSINESS COUNCIL as the official governing body of the Three Affiliated Tribes, hereby endorse the Scouting Program within the Fort Berthold Reservation; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council recommends the support of the Scouting Program and that funds as are made available from time to time to be used for that purpose. 3/13/1980YActive

80-029-AGWHEREAS, In accordance with the Tribal Law and Order Code, Chapter I, Section 2, the following magistrate, has been duly appointed: Page Baker for the position of Magistrate for the Mandaree Area. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the above mentioned individual assume this responsibility on March 13, 1980. 3/13/1980YActive

80-030-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council confirms approval for Dr. Roger Greyeyes to attend quarterly meetings of the Navajo Health Authority; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Dr. Greyeyes inform the Tribal Business Council of upcoming meetings. 3/13/1980YActive

80-031-AGBE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes supports Reba Walker for the Indian Health Service position of Tribal Health Programs Officer., (Tribal Affairs Officer) 3/13/1980YActive

80-032-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The ONRED is officially designated to supervise the initiation of the necessary procedural activities required for development and implementation of the TERO, to procure necessary technical assistance as needed, and to involve the Personnel Office in all stages of planning and development. 3/13/1980YActive

80-033-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby requests the Bureau of Indian Affairs to place as the priority road construction project an all purpose and all year access road to Charging Eagle Bay and such access pursuant to the February 15, 1980, Solicitor's opinion authorizing said action. 3/18/1980YActive

80-034-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council, hereby designate Willard Yellow Bird as official representative
to the joint Law and Order Committee of the Williston Basin Regional Council for Development. 3/18/1980YActive

80-035-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council the payment of $30.00 to Elaine's Floral Boutique to cover the cost of a floral arrangement
for Mr. Ben Kirkaldie. 3/18/1980YActive

80-036-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council, hereby authorizes payment to Wilkinson, Cragun and Barker for November, 1979 and December, 1979 fees and expenses totaling  $6,626.97. 3/14/1980YActive

80-037-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council authorizes IMPL expenditures of $70,000 for Indian Action staff training in these projects ; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the projects shall be allocated IMPL funds as follows : $25,000 for converting heating system to coal and renovation a t Mandaree Community Center; $30,000 for New Town/Drags Wolf Village Head Start Center, and $15,000 for fence materials for machinery storage and Four Bears Motor Lodge recreation area; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that these expenditures shall be supervised by the Tribal Business Council. 3/27/1980YActive

80-038-AGTHEREF0RE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorize payment of $25.00 to the National Congress of American Indians for purchase of five (5) copies of 96th Congress Handbook.3/27/1980YActive

80-039-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council authorizes the filing of a request for modification of the loan program to raise the interest rate on corporation credit and short term loans to 14%  effective March 27, 1980. 3/27/1980YActive

80-040-AGNOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby agrees to enter into an agreement with the State Social Service Board for foster care benefits pursuant to 45 CFR Section 233.110. 3/27/1980YActive

80-041-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council approve the exchange of lands held in trust by the United States of America for the Three Affiliated Tribes and lands held in unrestricted fee status by Albin James Johnson and Carol Kay Johnson, non-Indians, under the terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes and title transferred in fee patent status to Albin James Johnson and Carol Kay Johnson, non-Indians, under  the terms and conditions as stated below:  Exchange Lot 1 of Block 26 in the original townsite of Parshall, North Dakota, valued at $4,000.00, exclusive of minerals, in exchange for Tribal Lot 5 of Block 26 in the original townsite of Parshall, North Dakota, valued at $3,250.00,  exclusive of minerals, with the difference in the values to be waived by Albin James Johnson and Carol Kay Johnson. 3/27/1980YActive

80-042-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council approve the exchange of lands held in trust by the United States of America for the Three Affiliated Tribes and lands held in trust by the United States of America for Ambrose Phelan, 301-U3448, under the terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the United States of .America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes and Ambrose Phelan, 301-U3448, under the terms and conditions as stated below: Exchange Allot. No. 988 described as the W1/2SE1/4, Sec. 27, T.. 149 N. , B. 90 W., cont. 80 acres, exclusive of minerals, valued at $25,120.00; for Tribal Allot. No. 898A described as the SE1/4NW1/4 Sec. 25, T. 148 N., R. 94 W., cont. 40 acres, exclusive of minerals, valued at $3,600.00 with a difference of $21,520.00. Ambrose Phelan. has received the advance rental payments for 1980, 1981, 1982, and 1983 in the total amount of $4,876.00 ($1,219.00 per year). Mr. Phelan has agreed to amount of $4,876.00 ($1219.00 per year).  Mr. Phelan has agreed to return the advance rental Three Affiliated Tribes with the total difference of $16,644.00 to be paid to him.3/27/1980YActive

80-043-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Division of Community Planning and Tribal Information (DCPTI), as part of the Department of Tribal Planning, is
directed to make application for the refunding of ANA Grant; No. 8091A3/27/1980YActive

80-044-AGTHEREFORE: This nation having accepted the Indian Reorganization Act of June 18, 1334, and authority is under said Act,. And The Constitution and Bylaws of the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes the Tribal Business Council to engage in activities for the welfare and benefit of the Tribe, and Tribal members, and the Natural Resources Committee of the Tribal Business Council approved the purchase by the Tribe the land described below, and it has been determined that it is in the best interest of the Tribe to acquire the land, and now BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Eugene Helen, Sr. 301-U1617 for a cash consideration of $______ , which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the __________account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to' prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-485,  DESCRIPTION  S1/2N1/2N1/2SW1/4, S1/2N1/2SW1/4, Sec. 20-1148-91, 142.0 ACRES. 3/27/1980YActive

80-045-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land descried, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Eugene Holen, Sr. 301-U1617 for a cash consideration of $ _____, which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the _____account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort  Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No.  301-849A.  DESCRIPTION  SW1/4SW1/4, 17 , NW1/4NW1/4, Sec. 20-148-91 ACRE: 80.00   3/27/1980YActive

80-046-AG IHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Beverly J. Wilkinson, 301-U1392 for a cash consideration of $ 18,000 ($450/acre), which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgement account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affair;  prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit:  ALLOT. No. 301-1360, DESCRIPTION  SE1/4SE1/4 of Section 29, Township 148 North, Range 89 West, 5th P.M. ND ACRES 40.00 4/3/1980YActive

80-047-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Richard Wilkinson for a cash consideration of $20,000 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for i:he Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 310A, DESCRIPTION NE1/4NE1/4 Sec. I  , T. 150 N. , R. 90 W, , ACRES 40.00 4/10/1980YActive

80-048-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council approve the exchange of lands held in trust by the United States of America for the Three Affiliated Tribes and lands held in trust by the United States of
America for Matthew White Bear, Jr, , 301-U162 under the terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes and Matthew White Bear , Jr., 301-U162, under the terms and conditions as stated below: Exchange Allot. No. 962A described as the S1/2S1/2 Sec. 34, T. 148 N. , R. 94 W. , 5th P.M.,, North Dakota, cont. 160.00 acres, more or less, valued at $16,000.00; and Allot. No. 1698 described as the N1/2NE1/4. Sec. 3, T. 147 N., R. 94 W., 5th P.M., North Dakota,  80.00 acres, more or less, valued at $7,200.00, both exclusive of minerals, and both lands valued at $2.3,200.00; in exchange for Tribal Allot. No. 476A described as the E1/2SE1/4;NW1/4, E1/2W1/2SE1/4W1/2, E1/2SW1/4; Sec. 11, T. 147 N. , R. 87 W. , cont. 110.00 acres more or less, valued at $23,100.00, exclusive of minerals, with the difference of $100.00 in favor of Matthew White Bear, Jr. to be paid to him.4/10/1980YActive

80-049-AGWHEREAS, Due to inflation the costs and expenses for impoundment of Reservation dogs are a substantial burden; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Section 4; Part (C); service fee be fifteen dollars ($15.00) and presentation bf a registration certificate for the current registration year. 4/10/1980YActive

80-050-AG NOW,THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes do hereby approve the expenditure of $2,050.00 to the firm of Nitshke, Wolfe, & Co. for the above mentioned audit. 4/10/1980YActive

80-051-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment to Lowe and Larson Printing, Inc., for purchase of new stationary in the amount of $341,65 4/10/1980YActive

80-052-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that in addition to the Oil Companies who currently obtain a Tribal Permit (Form 1.02) and pay a $1000,00 filing fee, each contractor and/or sub-contractor (seismic, etc.) will be required to file for a Tribal Permit (Form 1.02) and will pay a $500.00 filing fee. Indian Contractors will also be required to file for a Tribal Permit (Form 1.02) and will pay a $25.00 filing fee. 4/10/1980YActive

80-053-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes that the sum of $1,336.67 be paid to John O. Holm for legal services and expenses rendered for the month of February, 1980 4/11/1980YActive

80-054-AGWHEREAS, The Attorneys' work and expenses were incurred in connection with projects approved by the Tribe, especially the Garrison Dam project; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the vouchers shown on the attached Schedule of Vouchers Unpaid, totaling $31,504.51, are approved for payment. 4/11/1980YActive

80-055-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council shall require that oil companies award contracts to enrolled members of the Fort Berthold Reservation who have established business in the oil industry ; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Ivan Johnson be given priority on contracts for hole plugging jobs on the Fort Berthold Reservation.  4/14/1980YActive

80-056-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby declares the ONRED signature cards null and void and authorizes the Tribal Chairman, Vice-Chairman, and Treasurer to sign all ONRED checks.  4/16/1980YActive

80-057-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby requests the Department of Interior to fulfill their statutory obligation by requesting funds (approximately $6.9 million) for FY 81 and subsequent fiscal years ; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council demands the Bureau of Indian Affairs not to seek legislation to amend or delete their statutory requirements as mandated under P.L. 95-40.  4/16/1980YActive

80-058-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment to the Bismarck Tribune Company in the amount of $25.00 for basketball advertisement.4/16/1980YActive

80-059-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council grant employment preference to Fort Berthold Community College graduates; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that employment preference be based on locally trained applicants where applicable.  4/16/1980YActive

80-060-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that these monies be made available for ONRED use ; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Tribal Finance proceed immediately to accomplish transference of these funds to the ONRED account ; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that these funds be utilized until funding has been secured from other sources and that these funds be deposited in Tribal Finance.   4/21/1980YActive

80-061-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the attached Three Affiliated Tribes Office of Natural Resources and Energy Development Field Inspectors Office Proposal and Budget is hereby approved, and that this proposal be submitted to the Bureau of Indian Affairs for consideration.  4/21/1980YActive

80-062-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council officially authorizes the modification of the SEDS Proposal, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That upon approval this Resolution rescind and replace Tribal Resolution #80-19. 4/21/1980YActive

80-063-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Resolution No. 79-265, which invests the authority of the Three Affiliated Tribes, Tribal Business Council in the Chairman and Vice-Chairman to approve by their signatures the  Application for Seismograph Permit, be amended to include the signature of the Superintendent of the Bureau of Indian Affairs of the Fort Berthold Agency, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the signature of the Superintendent of the BIA also be included on the signature page of ONRED Form #1.02 (Prospecting Permit) and that he be authorized to approve and sign said document. 4/21/1980YActive

80-064-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED; By the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, that we strongly recommended that the assignment of Mr. Monteau be extended until September 30, 1980 under the previous conditions and terms of the agreement as negotiated and signed by the Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes. 4/21/1980YActive

80-065-AGNOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, New Town, North Dakota, hereby approve the extension of claims attorneys' Contact No. A00C14200070 (Docket 350-G) for two years, to and including June 20, 1982. 5/1/1980YActive

80-066-AGWHEREAS, On May 30, 1979, the Council approved Resolution 79-232, setting forth certain tribal goals in connection with Garrison Dam, including restoration of land and minerals in the taking area, and confirmation of tribal jurisdiction over hunting, fishing and recreation in the taking area; and WHEREAS, On September 26, 1979, the tribal attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker, requested the Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs to arrange a high-level meeting between the Departments of the Interior and the Army, to explore ways and means of achieving the said tribal goals; and WHEREAS, The Council believes that while waiting for the high-level meeting, legislation should be introduced to cover the points that can be resolved only by legislation, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the attorneys are instructed to draft necessary legislation which the Tribe will present to its Congressional delegation for introduction and hearings. 5/1/1980YActive

80-067-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the law firm of Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker is hereby authorized to finalize the contract to regulate the Taken Area within the Fort Berthold Reservation.  5/1/1980YActive

80-068-AGTHEREFORE BE IT, RESOLVED, That the 10% deposit, 50% production payment and 40% payment on delivery shall be made from the T/2 account and reimbursed when the IMPL funds become available; and BE IT  FURTHER RESOLVED, That $2,052.70 be sent as a deposit to the Big Outdoors People prior to May 1, 1980; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Indian Action Team begin planning for access to the building site immediately and that Elmer Steve Wells be authorized to attend the Big Outdoors People, Inc. Dome Home Building Class in Wyoming, Minn., in May or early June. 5/1/1980YActive

80-069-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes that the sum of $1,397.50 be paid to John O. Holm for legal services and expenses rendered for the month of March, 1980 5/1/1980YActive

80-070-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council directs the Tribal ; Planning Department to execute and file Full Application for a Single Year Comprehensive Community Development Block Grant for Fiscal Year 1980 with the HUD Office of Indian Programs; and  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Fiscal Year 1980 CDBG Program of the Three Affiliated Tribes is and shall continue to be in compliance with the regulations listed in the Assurances Section of this Application and the projects and funding priorities shall be as follows: 1. Housing Rehabilitation
(Requesting Force Account for Labor Costs) - $105,000.  2. Twin Buttes Water Supply - $ 90,000.  3. Street Improvements - $ 79,000.  4. Motor Lodge Improvements - $ 30,000.  5. Project Administration - $ 46,000.  TOTAL - $350,0005/1/1980YActive

80-071-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby accepts the offer of Grace Petroleum Corporation for oil and gas leases on the land described on the attached sheet, marked "EXHIBIT A", and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and the Superintendent of the : Fort Berthold Agency to do all things necessary to approve the oil and gas leases.  The lands are west of the Fifth Principal Meridian, North Dakota.  5/1/1980YActive

80-072-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, The Three Affiliated Tribes, Tribal Business Council grants the Fort Berthold Game & Fish Game Wardens the authority to take the proper and necessary legal steps." in which to attain Uniforms, insignias and weapons for acknowledgement and enforcement support.  5/1/1980YActive

80-073-AGNOW THEREPORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Three Affiliated Tribes, Tribal Business Council hereby gives approval for, and authority to the Fort Berthold Game & Fish Department Game Wardens to use the Deputy Special Officer Commission Cards, as Mr., Walter Plummage, Area Special Officer, will famish our Department with the DSO commission cards. 5/1/1980YActive

80-074-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Leasers be compensated at a rate of not less then $20.00 per shot hole on leased grazing land. 5/1/1980YActive

80-075-AGWHEREAS, The current prices paid to surface owners are not sufficient to compensate them for the extent of damages caused by the seismic work now occurring on the Reservation, and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT The shot hole fee be raised from a minimum of $75.00 shot hold to a minimum of $100.00 per shot hole.  2. A minimum of $10.00 per rod will be paid for any access beyond the permitted line used in seismic exploration.  5/1/1980YRescinded/Amended  80-132-AG on 8/5/1980, Active

80-076-AGIHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Walter Plenty Chief, Jr., 301-U772 (one-half interest) for a cash consideration of $ 13,200.00, which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 1511, DESCRIPTION  W1/2NW1/4,  Sec. 36, T. 148 N. , R. 89 W. , ACRES 80.00. 5/1/1980YActive

80-077-AGTHERETORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Marie Young Bear for a cash consideration of $ 34,650.00 , which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the ______ account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepaid all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit:  ALLOT. No. 223A, DESCRIPTION  N1/2SW1/4, S1/2NW1/4 Sec. 2, T. 148 N., R. 90 W, ACRES 160.00 5/1/1980YActive

80-078-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes $300.00 for graduation expenses in recognition of Project Discover Vocational Education Secretarial Science Program graduates, on May 29, 1980. 5/1/1980YActive

80-079-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council, that after much deliberation with all departments affected, do hereby approve the attached fiscal year 1982 budget for the Fort Berthold Agency. 5/7/1980YActive

80-080-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that in the interests of a coherent federal policy for Indian tribes that is consistent with the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act of 1975, as well as the United States unique political and trust relationship with federally recognized tribes, the Three Affiliated Tribes insist that the Secretary of the Education Department reaffirm and not jeopardize the legal right of the federally tribes to determine our own membership by recommending to the Congress that the Indian Education Act of 1972, P.L. 92-318 be amended to be consistent with the Definition of Indian which has been adopted by the Congress in the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act of 1975, 25 USC 450-450(n); and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that until such time that non-federally recognized groups have successfully completed the 25 CFR 54 procedure that the has provided for establishing federal recognition that a group has attained the status of a federally recognized tribe and is eligible for the protection, services, and benefits available from the federal government to Indian tribes, that the Secretary for Education continue to make available to these groups all such education programs; that are designed to meet the needs of minority and educationally disadvantaged persons; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, these Three Affiliated Tribes recommends that the Secretary of the Education Department support the aforementioned amendment to P.L. |92-318 now and repudiate all other options for Indian definition advised by the Definition of Indian Study Project, including the present Title IV definition of Indian because the consequences of continuing to use the current P.L. 92-318 definition or to recommend usage of other options for definition of Indian will only cause further abuses of P.L. 92-318 as highlighted by the
General Accounting Office in its March 1977 report and may open the program to changes that it is illegal to serve groups who aspire to be federally recognized tribes, but who have not yet attained the status of federal recognition, and who would be by attainment of this status, eligible for the federal government's special protection, benefits, and services. 5/8/1980YActive

80-081-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that on July 1, 1980 the Three Affiliated Tribes Utilities Program shall assume the following responsibilities:  (1) Water fee collection.  (2) Operation and maintenance of Mandaree Water System.
(3) Provide the Mandaree Community a constant, safe and sanitary water supply from Lake Sakakawea.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that by September 30, 1980 all housing units and other facilities utilizing water from the Mandaree Water System shall have water meters.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that beginning July 1, 1980 the following water rate system shall apply to all housing units and, other facilities utilizing water from the Mandaree Water System. 5/29/1980YRescinded by 82-020-AG on 2/5/1982

80-082-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes expenditures not to exceed $11,510.00 toward the operation and maintenance of the Tribal Irrigation Project; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Arnie Guimont shall act as Coordinator and the attached shall be the plan of operation for the 1980 growing season 5/29/1980YActive

80-083-AGWHEREAS, in 1949 the United States, through P.L. 81-437, took certain tribal and allocated lands owned by the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation for the Garrison Dam and Reservoir Project; and WHEREAS, the Tribes believe that this Act unfairly denied them their rights, including mineral rights and tribal jurisdiction, in the taken lands, and that these rights should now be restored by Congress; and WHEREAS, the Tribes believe that the bill, attached to this resolution, if passed by Congress, will restore these rights to the Tribes; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribes hereby approve  the attached bill and authorize tribal representatives to request all members of the North Dakota Congressional delegation to introduce the bill in Congress and work for enactment of this bill into law. 5/29/1980YActive

80-084-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby approves attached amendments to Election Ordinance (72-1).5/29/1980YActive

80-085-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes will accept P. L. 93-638 authority to administer the services of two family nurse practitioners and their associated medical records clerks whose authorized duties and services will be coordinated with the Minni-Tohe Indian Health Service Director and Medical Officer, 5/29/1980YActive

80-086-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes accepts the responsibility of P. L. 93-638 authority to administer the Community Development Contract for the Alcoholism Treatment Center at  Parshall, North Dakota, 5/29/1980YActive

80-087-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes wishes to renew their contract with the Indian Health Services to continue the Community Health Representatives Program. 5/29/1980YActive

80-088-AGWHEREAS, Workmen's Compensation for the 4-Bears Motor Lodge employees has not been paid for the first quarter. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorize payment to the Workmen's Compensation Bureau in the amount of $601.05. from the Laundromat funds. 5/29/1980YActive

80-089-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council of Fort Berthold Indian Reservation does hereby grant $250.00 to the NICOA for the above mentioned purposes. 5/29/1980YActive

80-090-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Elgin and Wade White Body for a cash consideration of $ 6,604.50 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-1450 DESCRIPTION S1/2SE1/4NE1/4 of Section 3, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, fifth principal meridian to ACRES 20.006/12/1980YActive

80-091-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Albert. F. Koukol (non-Indian) for a cash consideration of $8,355.55 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 575A DESCRIPTION  NW1/4 Sec. 17, NE1/4; Sec. 18, T. 152 N. , R. 93 W. , ACRES 320.00  6/12/1980YActive

80-092-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Regina Delores Foote Packineau, for a cash consideration of $3,000.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the  Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 280A, DESCRIPTION ACRES NW1/4SW1/4SW1/4 of section 23, T. 149 N. , R. 90 W. , 10.00  6/12/1980YActive

80-093-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Council that the attached REVISED Fiscal Year 1980 Budget be hereby approved in accordance with Bureau regulations.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council shall request programmed U.S. Treasury funds as the need occurs. 6/12/1980YActive

80-094-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council do hereby approve of the attached (Attachment I) revised F/Y 80 operating budget; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Treasurer and the Tribal Comptroller shall see to it that this budget is followed to its utmost and that any deviation from such shall be by further resolution only. 6/12/1980YActive

80-095-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council request the Aberdeen Area Office to make available $123,255 to fund the following: 1. Tribal Business Management System, 2. Natural Resource Planning, 3, Tribal Business Council Natural Resources Training, 4. Natural Resources - Technical Assistance. 6/12/1980YActive

80-096-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation supports Senate Resolution #448 to make permanent the Select Committee on Indian Affairs 6/12/1980YActive

80-097-AGWHEREAS, the rough draft of the Feasibility Study has been reviewed by the
Tribal Business Council and requested changes and recommendations
have been incorporated into the final draft and the Tribal Personnel
Handbook has been completed.  NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby approved these two documents and final payment can be made to said agency. 6/12/1980YActive

80-098-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes the Coalition of Indian Controlled School Boards t o conduct research on juvenile delinquency on the Fort Berthold  Reservation over a three year period.  6/12/1980YActive

80-099-AGWHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker (Contract #A00C14201145) have submitted voucher for payment of legal services $1,000.00, and legal expenses $153.33, January, 1980; and THEREFORE BE IT  RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $1,153.33 to Wilkinson,; Cragun S Barker for the month of January, 1980.  6/12/1980YActive

80-100-AGWHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker (Contract #A00C14201145) have submitted voucher for payment of legal services $1,274.13, and legal expenses $209.80, February, 1980; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $1,483.93 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for the month of February, 1980.  6/12/1980YActive

80-101-AGWHEREAS, Attorneys , Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker (Contract //AGOC14201145) have submitted voucher for payment of legal services $1,057.38, and legal expenses $97.19, March, 1980; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $1,154.57 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for the month of March, 1980. 6/12/1980YActive

80-102-AGWHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker (Contract #A00C14201145) have submitted voucher for payment of legal services $2,543.60, and legal expenses $49.72, April, 1980; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $2,593.32 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for the month of April, 1980. 6/12/1980YActive

80-103-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment to Nitschke, Wolfe & Company for L.I.F.T. Program Report on Examination balance of $375.00; examination of records of Tribal Court balance due $2,950.00, total due $3,325.00 for services rendered. 6/12/1980YActive

80-104-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $39.50 to Elaine's Floral Boutique, Parshall, : and $46.35 to Bloom'n House, Beulah, North Dakota,6/12/1980YActive

80-105-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following Overall Design Program and Budget shall constitute the 701 Comprehensive Planning Assistance Grant Program for Fiscal Year 1980. 6/26/1980YActive

80-106-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Part III, Section 1(b) and Part IV, Section 2(b) of the Election Ordinance shall be amended to read seventy-five (75) days notice rather than ninety (90) days. 6/26/1980YActive

80-107-AGWHEREAS, The problem has been judged by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the State of North Dakota to be severe enough to warrant eligibility for funding from the EPA 201 Construction Grant  Program, and WHEREAS, Local Federal matching monies in the amount of $13,355.00 must be obtained, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business
Council does hereby officially request the Bureau of Indian Affairs and/or Public Health Service to commit these monies in the amount of $13,355.00 to allow the Step 1 Study to be accomplished. 7/1/1980YActive

80-108-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council desires to recontract with the State Department of Public Instruction, U.S. Department of Agriculture for continued program operation, and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that that Three Affiliated Tribes, be granted $89,608.80 for the Commodity Program for fiscal year 1981. 7/2/1980YActive

80-109-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby recommends purchase of 160 loom run patches at $329.60 and 30 American Flag emblems at .55c each totaling $346.10; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that said patches and emblems be purchased through Bureau of Indian Affairs IMPL funds. 7/2/1980YActive

80-110-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council will seek funding from Indian Monies Proceeds of Labor, BIA for four (4) fully equipped police at a cost of about $8,000 per vehicle, or less, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Chairperson, BIA Police Captain will be responsible to advertised for said cars to reputable dealers in North Dakota whereby best possible cost can be obtained. 7/2/1980YActive

80-111-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council will seek funding from Indian Monies Proceeds to Labor BIA for two (2) additional police officer to be paid at the rate of GS-5, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that these additional officers shall be assigned to the communities of Twin Buttes and White Shield. 7/2/1980YActive

80-112-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the lot described as Lot 29 of Block 2, City of New Town, North Dakota, for the appraised value of $6,000.00, exclusive of minerals, from Ben Slocum, Garrison, North Dakota.7/2/1980YActive

80-113-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that those lands owned by the Three Affiliated Tribes adjacent or near the Taken Area be placed in reserve status and not be made available for exchange or sale; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that those lands up to one (1) mile from the Taken Area be placed in reserve status. 7/2/1980YActive

80-114-AGWHEREAS, an expense has been incurred in the purchase of eight(8)
boxes of white envelopes for the mailing of Notices of Election, Voter Affidavits for Registration and Absentee Request Forms; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorize payment in the amount of $59.25, payable to New Town News, New Town, North Dakota. 7/3/1980YActive

80-115-AGWHEREAS, expenses were incurred for the printing of 3,300 Notices of Election, 3,200 Affidavits for Voter Registration, and 1,400 Requests for Absentee Forms which were mailed to all enrolled members of legal voting age; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorize payment in the amount of $135.70, payable to Instant Printing, Minot, North Dakota.  7/3/1980YActive

80-116-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby amends the following parts of the Tribal Election Ordinance: Part II Section 3(a) Filing for Office shall be amended to read forty (40) days rather than sixty (60) days; Part II Section 3(c) Posting of Candidates Names shall be amended to read thirty-five (35) days rather than fifty (50) days; Part II Section 3(c) Request for List of Qualified Candidates shall be amended to read thirty-five (35) days rather than forty (40) days, Part I I Section 3(d) Election Board Challenge of Candidate shall be amended to read thirty (30) days rather than forty-two (42) days, and Part IV Section 1(a) Appointment of Tribal Election Board shall be amended to read sixty-five (65) days rather than seventy-five (75) days.  7/10/1980YActive

80-117-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby appoints the following five (5) qualified voters to serve as the Tribal Election Board: Luther E. Grinnell , Chairman; Kenneth Beauchamp, member; Lawrence Birdsbill, member; Carol Williams, member, and Leroy Yellow Bird, member; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that said Tribal Election Board members shall adhere to the Tribal Election Ordinance to its utmost; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that compensation for the Tribal Election Board members shall be at $40/per day and 18.5/per mile to be disbursed upon submission of Tribal Election Board minutes to the Tribal Chairman and Tribal Treasurer.7/10/1980YActive

80-118-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following eligible applicants: 7/10/1980YActive

80-119-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council duly and officially disapprove the enrollment of the following applicants under Article II, Section I, C.: BRATZ, Nadlne Marie
BRUNSELL, Tanner Lee DEANE, Victoria Louise FREDERICKS, Jody Marie LEWIS, Kenneth Robert LINTON, Marcy Noel SESSION, James Nelson 7/10/1980YActive

80-120-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approve the enrollment of Dawn Marie Malnourie, recognizing and supporting wholly the petition submitted by her father, Terry Anson Malnourie. 7/10/1980YActive

80-121-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, Mrs. Diana L, Corn Kostamo's membership in the Three Affiliated Tribes is hereby relinquished effective the date of this Resolution and that her name is to be removed from the official membership roll of the Three Affiliated Tribes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Menominee Tribe be advised of this action by a copy of this Resolution. 7/10/1980YActive

80-122-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, payment be made to the Law Offices of Vance R. Gillette in the amount of one-thousand dollars ($1,000.00) for legal representation made and described in attached progress report. 7/10/1980YActive

80-123-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment to Columbia Press, Inc., for the purchase of additional stationary in the amount of $751.19 7/10/1980YActive

80-124-AGWHEREAS, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Declaration of Policies and Plan of
Operation for the Tribal Credit program was modified under Resolution No. 79-253 to include a new section entitled "Short-Term Assignment" Loans; and  WHEREAS, the "Short-Term Assignment" Loan Program was set up with a $200,000 allocation at the Fort Berthold Agency IIM; and WHEREAS, Tribal members had not utilized the loan program.  NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Declaration of Policies and Plan of Operation be modified to delete the above mentioned section. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Bureau of Indian Affaires is hereby instructed to forward the balance of the above mentioned IIM Account to the U.S. Treasury to be invested or to be made available for tribal use if needed. 7/17/1980YActive

80-125-AGNOW BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the-purchase of the Land described, below exclusive of minerals oil and-gas., from Franklin Howard, Jr. 301-U1423 for a cash consideration of $ 2,000.00 fair market value, utilizing funds from the which is the present account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-732,  DESCRIPTION SW1/4SW1/4NE1/4, Section 14-147-88, ACRES 10. 7/17/1980YActive

80-126-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from John Ralph Wilkinson, 301-U668 for a cash consideration of $ 20,000,00  is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgement Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit:  ALLOT, No. 301-1360, DESCRIPTION   SW1/4SE1/4 of Section 29-148-89, ACRES40.00 7/17/1980YActive

80-127-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council approve the exchange of lands held in trust by the United States of America for the Three  Affiliated Tribes and lands held in trust by the United States of America for Jon Dale McGrady, 301-W970 under the terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes and Jon Dale McGrady, 301-W970 under the terms and conditions as stated below: Allotment Number 301-905A described as the NW1/4SW1/4 of Section 13, Township 149 North, Range. 93 West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota, containing 40.00 acres, more or less, Appraised at $3,800.00 For Tribal Allotment 301-743A described as the SE1/4NE1/4 of Section 9, Township 149 North, Range 94 West, fifth principal meridian. North Dakota, containing 40.00 acres, mare or less, difference in value of $600.00, to be waived by the Three Affiliated Tribes 7/17/1980YActive

80-128-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council has selected John Holm of Beyer & Holm; Dickinson, North Dakota as legal counsel effective December 1, 1979. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That a contract with John Holm be entered into immediately, retroactive to December 1, 1979 to November 30, 1980. 7/25/1980YActive

80-129-AGTHEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That Part III, Section 1(b) shall be changed from forty-five (45) days to ten (10) days and Part VII, Section 1(a) shall be amended from forty-five (45) days to ten (10) days to comply with Section 2(b) of the Constitution and By-laws.  8/5/1980YActive

80-130-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Chairman and Secretary of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council be invested with the authority to negotiate these fees for Tribal lands with the respective oil companies and sign the "agreement for Well Site and Access Road Preparation and Use" document as the official representative of the Three Affiliated Tribes. 8/5/1980YActive

80-131-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by this Tribal Business Council that Shirley Smith be paid $100.00 for making the Star Quilts.8/5/1980YActive

80-132-AG NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, resolution #80-75 item 2. be rescinded to read as follows: 2. A minimum of $300.00 per mile will be paid for any access beyond the permitted line used in seismic exploration. The width of said access  road will be no greater than that made by a normal (truck, pick-up, etc.). 8/5/1980YActive

80-133-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves and supports the attached Proposal for Consolidation of Field Personnel, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Proposal be submitted to the Bureau of Indian Affairs with a request that funding be accomplished as soon as possible.  8/5/1980YActive

80-134-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes be awarded funding under a 93-638 contract, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the attached proposal titled "Field Personnel Consolidation" Be adopted as the plan of operations for said contract.  8/5/1980YActive

80-135-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That: The Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby establish the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal employment rights office (TERO)8/7/1980YActive

80-136-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That that attached proposal for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). funding consideration be approved and submitted.8/7/1980YActive

80-137-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for a one year period beginning October 1, 1980 for $30,000.00 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that any  executive committee member shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Council 8/7/1980YActive

80-138-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, that we strongly recommend that an assignment be negotiated for John Fox, Jr., from the Indian Technical Assistance Center of the Bureau of Indian Affairs to the Tribal Comptroller's position of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the conditions and terms of this agreement as negotiated be signed by the Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes. 8/7/1980YActive

80-139-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that only Tribally sponsored and Indian-owned well drilling businesses shall be utilized for any septic tank and drain filled instillations contracted under the Indian Health Service Home Improvement Program and Department of Housing and Urban Development Program. 8/7/1980YActive

80-140-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Fort Berthold Reservation is hereby declared a disaster area due to severe drought; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council request assistance from the Indian Acute Distress Donation Program; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Indian Acute Distress Donation Program be combined with the Agriculture Stabilization Conservation Service (ASCS) Emergency Feed Program in order to allow participation in both programs; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council shall contract with the respective agencies for assistance; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Acute Distress Feed Program be activated on the Fort Berthold Reservation for the duration of the current drought disaster period; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that in order to facilitate better controls and benefits of processing for range feeding for the Indian operators receiving donated grain that we make issuances in thirty (30) day supply quantity; I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Bureau of Indian Affairs provide funding to enable the Three Affiliated Tribes to carry out the assessment, number of livestock, distribution of grain and reconciliation required under the terms of the Memorandum of Understanding between the United States Department of Agriculture and the Department of Interior; and  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council be required under the contract to furnish a local person knowledgeable of his area to carry out the contract responsibilities of the Tribe for each segment.   8/7/1980YActive

80-141-AGWHEREAS, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes and the State of North Dakota. Have agreed that Indian persons residing within the external boundaries of the Port Berthold Indian Reservation will be better served through a direct federal grant for the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, and have notified the Social Security Administration of such agreement by June 30, 1980;  .  THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That it is agreed  by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes  and the State of North Dakota 8/7/1980YActive

80-142-AGNOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, that the sum of $475.33 be paid to John O. Holm for legal services and expenses rendered for the month of July 1980. 8/7/1980NActive

80-143-AGTHEEEFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council that Wilbur Stevenson residing in the North Segment is s hereby appointed to serve as an Election Board member for the September 16, 1980, General Election.  8/7/1980YActive

80-144-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes contract.  with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for a one year period beginning October 1, 1980.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that any executive committee member shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Council. 8/14/1980YActive

80-145-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for a one year period beginning September 1, 1980 for $20,000.00; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that any executive committee member shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Council. 8/14/1980YActive

80-146-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Three Affiliated Tribes request the Congress of the United States to hereafter make all appropriations for 28 USC 2415 more commonly known as the Statute of limitations Act X year appropriations.  8/14/1980YActive

80-147-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby approves the Division of Indian and Native American Program's (DINAR) request to adopt said changes to federal travel regulations in accordance with 41 CFR 29-70.103.  8/14/1980YActive

80-148-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes contact with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for a one year period beginning September 1, 1980 and ending August 30, 1981 for $25,210.00 BE IT  FURTHER RESOLVED, That any executive committee member shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Council. 8/14/1980YActive

80-149-AGTEEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council as the governing body of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation by this resolution recognize the Mandaree, Twin Buttes and White Shield District School Boards as the Bureau "Local School Boards" as defined in Section 1139(7), Public Law 95-561. C 8/14/1980YRescinded October 24, 1985

80-150-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $1,400.00 to Nitschke, Wolfe and Company for Revenue Sharing report on examination from January 1, 1977 through September 30, 1978 and year ended September 30, 1979. 8/14/1980YActive

80-151-AGTHEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Tribal Council hereby authorizes the Mandaree School District to negotiate and enter a contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for the total operation of the education program for the Mandaree Indian Children.  8/14/1980YActive

80-152-AGTHEREFORE BE IT.RESOLVED, that the funding sources will be as follows:  1.   Bureau of Indian Affairs Water Resources Inventory Account in the amount of $9,950.00. 2. Tribal Irrigation Project in the amount of $1,560.00.  8/14/1980YActive

80-153-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribal Council as the governing body of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation by this resolution recognize the Twin Buttes District School Board and its right to contract with the Aberdeen Area Office (BIA Title I) for Services for 1980-81.  8/14/1980YActive

80-154-AGNOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Johnson O'Malley Program contract be renewed for the fiscal year, 1981, to continue the administration for the foregoing schools. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Johnson O'Malley contract be based upon the same terms and conditions of the act as established and carried out by the Aberdeen Area Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs. 8/14/1980YActive

80-155-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the following provisions be adopted for the permitting of grazing privileges on Tribal lands, recommended for allotted lands; and made part of each grazing contract: 8/14/1980YAmended by 80-194-AG on 9/30/1980, 80-250-AG on 11/6/1980, Active

80-156-AGWHEREAS, The attached UNIT AGREEMENT prepared by CERT has been fully scrutinized and meets the needs of the Three Affiliated Tribes, and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the attached UNIT  AGREEMENT be adopted as the official model agreement to be utilized in all future unitization negotiations, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, New. Town Agency, retain a copy of the attached and advise interested and affected parties (oil. companies, etc.) that such document exists. 8/14/1980YActive

80-157-AGWHEREAS, the Tribal Election Code, Part II , Section 1(b) requires the Tribal Business Council to appoint at least thirty (30) days prior to the election three (3) members within the Tribal Business Council who are not up for re-election to serve as the Certification Board in the event the Tribal Election Board fails to certify; and
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council appoints Chairman Austin Gillette, Vice-Chairman August Little Soldier, Marie Wells as the Certification Board.  8/14/1980YActive

80-158-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $6,082.53 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for legal services and legal expenses rendered in behalf of the Fort Berthold Reservation for the month of June lr30, 1980. 8/20/1980YActive

80-159-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $8,186.61 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for legal services and legal expenses
rendered on behalf of the Fort Berthold Reservation for the month of May 1-31, 1980. 8/20/1980YActive

80-160-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $1,350.00 to Nitschke, Wolfe & Company for Office of Surface Mining report on examination for nineteen
months ended April 30, 1980.  8/20/1980YActive

80-161-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $45.99 to Satermo's Hardware, New Town, North Dakota for the purchase of an electric coffee maker. 8/20/1980YActive

80-162-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $128.00 payable to Four Bears Museum for the purchase of one Pendleton and one star quilt. 8/20/1980YActive

80-163-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the. Three Affiliated Tribes contract with the Indian Health Services for the Alcoholism Program for one year beginning December 1; FY 1981; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that any Executive Committee member shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that an audit shall be performed after the close of Alcoholism Program's fiscal year.  8/22/1980YActive

80-164-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council as the governing body of the Fort Berthold Reservation by this resolution recognize the White Shield District School Board and its right to contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for, Title I services for the 1980-81 school term. 8/22/1980YActive

80-165-AGWHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes has access of a Government Supply Agency vehicle through a "use permit" agreement with the Bureau of Indian Affairs; and WHEREAS, This G.S.A. vehicle was in sad disrepair and sorely in need of a new paint job; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council approve the payment for $251.48 for maintenance and labor costs incurred to Four Bears Standard. 8/22/1980YActive

80-166-AGWHEREAS, the attorneys advise that in order for this to be granted by the Corps of Engineers the Tribe must agree to administer its responsibilities consistent with the terms of the existing law, 16 U.S.C. s 460d, which provides that:  "The water areas of all such projects shall be open to public use generally for boating, swimming, bathing, fishing, and other recreational purposes, ready access to and exit from such areas along the shores of such projects shall be maintained for general public use. No use of any area to which this section applies shall be permitted which is inconsistent with the laws for the protection of fish and game of the State in which such area is situated." THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribe agrees that if the fish and game management license is assigned to the Tribe, it will administer its responsibilities thereunder consistently  with the above quoted law, so long as such law remains applicable.8/22/1980YActive

80-167-AGWHEREAS, Resolution 80-68 authorizes payment for the geodesic dome from T/2 account and reimbursed by IMPL funds, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the 50% production payment of $10,210 shall be paid immediately and the remaining $8,264.30 final payment be made on delivery, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the payments shall be made to the Big Outdoors People from Tribal Oil Income and reimbursed when IMPL funds become available. 8/22/1980YActive

80-168-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes $250.00 toward the Tonasket for Congress Committee. 9/4/1980N 

80-169-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, Council recommends  that the assignment of James Monteau be extended to October 31, 1980 under certain conditions as follows: October that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business that the assignment of James Monteau be extended under certain conditions as follows:
1. That he be given the salary commensurate to that of a GS - 12 (26,951.00) as of October 1, 1980.  2. That he be allowed to dissolve this IPA if he is awarded a Transfer/Promotion.  3. All other conditions remain the same.9/11/1980YActive

80-170-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED; that; all housing units and other facilities utilizing water from the Four Bears Water System will be required to
have water meters by August 1, 1980.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That the following rates shall apply:  HOUSING UNITS : $10.00 first 2,000 gallons, $ 1.50 per 1,000 after first; 2000 gallons9/11/1980YRescinded by 82-020-AG on 2/5/1982

80-171-AGWHEREAS, Individual landowners have requested that they be allowed to plug seismic shotholes on their own land, and WHEREAS, It has been deemed an unsafe practice which could potentially be harmful to groundwater reserves and if not accomplished in a professional manner may prove hazardous to land users, livestock and wildlife, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes does not authorize or approve this practice and states that all seismic shothole plugging must be accomplished by a professional shothole plugging service. 9/11/1980YActive

80-172-AGTHEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the fee patent land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Donald & Kathleen Voigt for a cash consideration of $50,000.00, which is the present fair market value, plus costs for recording all documents with the county registrar of deeds, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title
of the fee 'patent land to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: Allot. No. 92A, Description SE1/4 Sec. 18, NE1/4 Sec. 19, T. 148 N., R. 90, W. Acres 320.9/11/1980YActive

80-173-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Leonard Hosie, 301-U2312 for a cash consideration of $ _____, which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the judgment fund account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the  Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. DESCRIPTION 301-264A.- N1/2SW1/4 Section 9-150-90 ACRES 80.00  9/11/1980YActive

80-174-AGTHEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED. THAT the Tribal Business Council hereby accepts the high bid of $8,800.00 by Grace Petroleum Corporation, on the land described as Tract No. T-1, Allotment 1854, W1/2SW1/4, SE1/4SW1/4, Sec. 4, SE1/4SE1/4 Sec. 5, TI5IN R94W, McKenzie County, 160 acres, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency to do all things necessary to approve the oil and gas leases. 9/11/1980YActive

80-175-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby accepts the high bid of $1,000,00 ($25.00 per acre) by Home Petroleum Corporation, on the . land described as Tract No, T-l, (no Allotment  number), SW1/4NE1/4; Sec. 26, T148N R90W. McLean County, 40 acres, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, to do all things necessary to approve the oil and gas leases. 9/11/1980YActive

80-176-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the elected by the Tribal Business officers: following members have been Council to serve as executive VICE-CHAIRMAN August Little Soldier SECRETARY Tillie Walker
TREASURER Gerald White Sr.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the newly elected executive officers are hereby bound by the Bylaws of the Three Affiliated Tribes pursuant to Article I, Duties of Officers, Section 1, Section 2 and Section 3 and shall fulfill their respective obligations for the best Interest and well being of the Three Affiliated Tribes. 9/24/1980YActive

80-177-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that tribal funds in the amount of $800.00 based on the Tribal Membership dues schedule of the NCAI Bylaws (Article III, Section.1, B) are, authorized to be paid for such Tribal Membership in NCAI; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that, based on membership of as verified by the records of Fort Berthold Agency, Three Affiliated Tribes shall have _____ votes in accordance with Article IV, Section 3 of the NCAI Constitution.9/24/1980YActive

80-178-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment to John O. Holm in the
amount of $532.00 for legal fees and expenses rendered for the month of August, 1980.9/24/1980YActive

80-179-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council recommends that the following items be purchased from BIA
IMPL funds for BIA Law Enforcement: -Four (4) Police Vehicles @ $6,800/per-vehicle, Two (2) State Radios @ $1,130/per radio, Four (4) Portable BIA Radios @ $765/per radio9/24/1980YActive

80-180-AGNONE   

80-181-AGNOW THEREFORE; BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the placement of these funds in Money Market Certificates and BE IT FURTHER; RESOLVED: that any type pf sayings certificate purchased by the Tribes in the past or future be placed in safe deposit box with the First Western Bank of Minot, North Dakota.9/24/1980YActive

80-182-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following shall be the official Tribal Business Council committees for both 638 and regular tribal business: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, the aforementioned Committee Chairman shall
have the following authority: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, the following schedule for time and place for all committee meetings. (638 or Regular Tribal
Business)9/25/1980YActive

80-183-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Declaration of Policies and Plan of Operation be modified to make the necessary changes and to form the new Credit Committee as follows: 9/25/1980YActive

80-184-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes allocate $51,910.00  dollars from the Public Facilities Fund under Docket 350-F to be utilized for the purpose of providing the required twenty-five percent (25%) match for construction of the radio facility and three months operating costs; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise shall continue to pursue all sources for additional funding for the radio facility. 9/25/1980YRescinded by 81-008-AG on 1-16-1981

80-185-AGWHEREAS, the Tribal Business Council is in favor of fair and equitable rate whereby the landowner would receive a fair rental and also the Indian rancher would pay a fair rental to allow that they would be able to make a living for themselves and their families; and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council strongly recommend the following measures be implemented to prevent the above mentioned concerns:  1) that the Grazing Rental rate of $57.00 per animal unit be used until the final administrative determination is rendered by the Administrative Law Judge; 2) after the final determination by the Administrative
Law Judge all Indian allottees shall be informed of said decisions and given ninety (90) days to pay the difference in any increase or if it is determined that the rate should remain at $42.00 or $57.00 per animal unit; 3) . that the Aberdeen Area Director reassess the current proposed rate of $80.00 per animal unit; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council has based
its recommendations upon the fact that the Fort Berthold Reservation is reserved for the livelihood of members of the Three Affiliated Tribes and it should remain so.9/25/1980YActive

80-186-AGWHEREAS, The current charter for the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise does not provide for such distribution of assets in Article VI Section A. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Article VI Section A for the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise be amended to include as its second sentence the following: 9/25/1980YActive

80-187-AGWHEREAS, the current charter of the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise does not provide for same. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following Sections of the original charter be amended to read as follows: 9/25/1980YActive

80-188-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) loans to Antoinette Fox LaFromboise, Leland V. Fox, Rocky L. Fox, Ferlon E. Fox, Beverly Fox DeCoteau, and Leonard Kelsey Fox; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the terms and conditions of said loans shall be twelve (12) months repayment at 5% interest. 9/30/1980YActive

80-189-AGWHEREAS, Great Plains Indian Rodeo Association must contribute towards the rodeo and desires to purchase a trophy saddle donated by and representing the Fort Berthold Reservation; and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes $775.00 from Miscellaneous line item for purchase of one (1) trophy saddle. 9/30/1980YActive

80-190-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes $100.00 to the White Shield and Mandaree Schools from Miscellaneous line item. 9/30/1980YActive

80-191-AGWHEREAS, the Independence Congregational Church is requesting payment of $75.00 for services rendered during the September 16, 1980, election canvassing held at the Four Bears Motor Lodge; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $75.00 from Election Board 1980 payable to Independence Congregational Church.9/30/1980YActive

80-192-AGIHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Gary Elmo Phelan - 301-U2107 for a cash consideration of $ 314,800.00 fair market value, utilizing funds from the , which is the present Judgment "Funds' account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-1018, DESCRIPTION   E1/2NW1/4, 27-149-90 ACRES 80.00 9/30/1980YActive

80-193-AGWHEREAS, star quilts were made by Shirley Smith, an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes, for presentation to United States Senators Milton Young and Quentin Burdick for support of the Mandaree Water Line; and WHEREAS, expenses were incurred for purchase of quilting materials in the amount of $77.45; and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $77.45 from Miscellaneous line item payable to The Cotton Patch, New Town, North Dakota. 9/30/1980YActive

80-194-AGNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council rescinds the limitation of 100 animal units for allocation in 1 (c) of Resolution #80-155. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council  authorizes amendment to set allocation not to exited 200 animal units in 1(c) of Resolution #80-155. 9/30/1980YActive

80-195-AGWHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes, in connection with such an application, must resolve and make certain designations and assurances. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: 1. The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes possesses the legal authority to apply for the grant and carry out the activities being funded by such grant. 2. The Tribal Business Council has duly authorized the filing of the attached application, and has designated Kenneth D. Deane, Jr. (Tribal Planning Administrator) as the official contact person for the Project, who will provide any additional information required.  3. The Three Affiliated Tribes will comply with the regulations of Federal Management Circular 74-4 and Office of Management and Budget Circular A-102 as they apply to applicants under this part.  4. The Three Affiliated Tribes will comply with the requirements of Title II of Public Law 90-284 (25 USC 1301) (the Indian Civil Rights Act). 5. The Three Affiliated Tribes will establish written safeguards to prevent employees from using positions funded under this grant for a purpose that is or gives appearances of being motivated by private gain for themselves or their close family or business associates. Nothing in this certification should be construed as to limiting employees from benefitting from program activities for which they would otherwise be eligible.  6. The Three Affiliated Tribes will give HUD and the Comptroller General access and right to examine all books, records, papers or documents related to the grant for a period of no less than three (3) years after project completion. 9/30/1980YActive

80-196-AGWHEREAS, on September 4, 1980, Tillie Walker, Western Segment Council representative, charged dinner for ten (10) members to her personal credit card in the amount of $79.40 at CERT Conference; and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes reimbursement of $79.40 to Tillie Walker for said dinner expenses. 10/1/1980YActive

80-197-AGNONE   

80-198-AGNOW TJIEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes duly and officially enroll Tyler Ralph Wells, son of Thomas W. Wells and Greta Cottonwood, born September 24, 1979; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Tyler Ralph Wells, assigned the tribal enrollment number of 301-U-06887, fully meets the enrollment requirement set in Article II, Section ??. with a blood degree of 45/64 (70%), and fully agrees to the enrollment Amendment: AMENDMEMT VII. Dual Enrollment. 10/9/1980YActive

80-199-AG NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Johnson O'Malley Program contract be renewed for the fiscal year, 1981, to continue the administration for the foregoing schools. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Johnson O'Malley contract be based upon the same terms and conditions of the act as established and carried out by the Aberdeen Area Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs.  10/9/1980YActive

80-200-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Council Chairperson attend the IDFC meetings and the Tribal Business Council designate "a second member of the Tribes," who is not a council person, to attend the future IDFC meetings as a board member. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that when the Tribal Council Chairperson and the selected second member are not able to attend the IDFC meetings, they send a "designee" as is provided for in the law establishing said committee. 10/9/1980YActive

80-201-AGWHEREAS, The Tribes' have excess funds from miscellaneous revenues. within the Agency IIM T/2 Account. NOT THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council do hereby approve that the balance of this loan payment be made from the Tribes IIM T/2 Account at the Fort Berthold Agency. 10/15/1980YActive

80-202-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council do hereby approve the payment of the 1980 General Election expenses from the Tribes IIM T/2 Account at the Fort Berthold Agency. 10/15/1980YActive

80-203-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council do hereby approve the Fiscal Year 1981 Trust Fund Budget for the Three Affiliated Tribes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council shall request programmed U.S. Treasury funds as the need occurs. 10/15/1980YActive

80-204-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council do hereby approve of the attached .F/Y 81 Operating Budget; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,  That the Tribal Treasurer and the Tribal Comptroller shall see to it that this budget is followed to its utmost and that any deviation from such shall be by further resolution only. 10/15/1980YActive

80-205-AGWHEREAS, The F/Y 81 Indirect Costs Rate has yet to be negotiated. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council do hereby request that the Inspector General's Office of the Department/of the Interior accept a revised Exhibit - C, Page 6, to the proposal for amendments to support the Tribes' F/Y 81 Operating Budget.  10/15/1980YActive

80-206-AGIHERITORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved
the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Camella Sally Irwin White,. 301-U6-95 for cash consideration of $ 8,800.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare will documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No.
301-4B9A, DESCRIPTION SE1/4SW1/4 Section 36, Township 149 North, Range 90 West, fifth principal meridian, ND ACRES 40.0010/16/1980YActive

80-207-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Charles Robert Bears Tail, 301-U1850 for cash consideration of $ 37,600.00 , which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-156A, DESCRIPTION  N1/4, Section 24, Township 148 North, Range 89 West, fifth principal meridian, ND , ACRES 160.00.10/16/1980YActive

80-208-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved ,the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas from Charles Robert Bears Tail, 301-U1850 for cash consideration of $19,600.00, which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three, Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-225A DESCRIPTION  W1/2SE1/4 Section 3, Township 14-8 North, Range 90 West, fifth principal meridian, ND,  ACRES 80.00 10/16/1980YActive

80-209-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Veronica Two Crow Baker, 301-W58  for cash consideration of $ 6,750.00, which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgement Fund account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the  Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-413A, DESCRIPTION S1/2S1/2NE1/4NW1/4, NE1/4SW1/4, Section 13, Township 150 North, Range .92 West, fifth principal Meridian North Dakota, ACRES 50.00 10/16/1980YActive

80-210-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 2/15 undivided interest from Wilma Lockwood, 301-U2U86 which is the present and hereby authorizes the Chairman for a cash consideration of $ 5,981.33 fair market value of that interest of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent o the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit.: Allot. No. 301-157A Lots 1 North, g 2: Description E1/2NW1/4, N1/2NE1/4, of Section 19, Township 148 Range 88 West, fifth principal meridian, ND Acres 236.10 10/16/1980YActive

80-211-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 2,14-00/5,184 . undivided interest from David Little Swallow, Sr. , 301-A2338 for a cash consideration of $ 2,592.59 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: 10/16/1980YActive

80-212-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 84,000/933,120 undivided interest from David Little Swallow, Sr., 301-A2338 for a cash consideration of $ 1,026.23 which is the present
fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-1132 N1/2SE1/4, Section 28. Description Township 147 North. Range 90 West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota, Acres 80.0010/16/1980YActive

80-213-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/5 undivided interest from Coleen O. Beaks, 301-U2321 for a cash consideration; of $ 5,760.00 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-U141A, Description   NE1/4 Section 14, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota, Acres 160.00 10/16/1980YActive

80-214-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/5 undivided interest from Gloria Beaks, 301-U2565  for a cash consideration of $ 5,760.00 , which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-441A Description  NE1/4 Section 14, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, fifth principal meridian. North Dakota, Acres 160.00 10/16/1980YActive

80-215-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/5 undivided interest from Harry Gordon Beaks, Jr., 301-U2049 for a cash consideration, of $ 5,760.00 , which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-1441A, Description   NE1/4, Section 14, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, fifth principal meridian. North Dakota, Acres 160.00 10/16/1980YActive

80-216-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/14 undivided interest from Josita Bear, 301-U2817 for a cash consideration of $ 5,053.57 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer
title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-355A, Description  Lots 1 & 2, S1/2NE1/4, SE1/4NW1/4 Section 6, Township 149 North, Range 90 West, 5th principal meridian ND, Acres 239.80.10/16/1980YActive

80-217-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the all undivided interest from Juanita Bear, 301-U2048 for a cash consideration of $5,053.57 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-355A,   Description  Lots 1 & 2, S1/2NE1/4, SE1/4NW1/4,  Section 6 Township 149,  North, Range 90 West, fifth principal meridian. North Dakota Acres 239.80 10/16/1980YActive

80-218-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/14 undivided interest from James Bear, 301-U1714 for a cash consideration of $ 5,053.57 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit:  Allot. No. 301-355A, Description  Lots 1 & 2, S1/2NE1/4 , SE1/4NW1/4 section 6, Township 149 North, Range 90 West, fifth principal meridian, North Dalcota, Acres 239.80 10/16/1980YActive

80-219-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the land described below; exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from,  Wade White Body 301-U1487 & Elgin White Body 301-U1767 as, joint/Tenants for cash consideration of $ 13,200 which i s the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the judgement fund account, and hereby authorizes the Chainman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare a all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit:  ALLOT. No. 301-1450,  DESCRIPTION SW1/4NE1/4 3-150-92, 40 acres.10/16/1980YActive

80-220-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the programs referenced above shall cease to retain separate "program" status and shall be combined to form a single "Tribal Planning Department" to be structured as shown below: … FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Planning Department shall modify the various planning grant operating budgets  for the current fiscal year and submit, subject to Tribal Council approval, same to their respective funding sources, and also began preparation of a "Unified Planning Proposal" for the next fiscal year. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Human Resources Committee shall direct the modification of the Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual to reflect the status of this and other Tribal Departments to
be established under the SEDS Project.10/17/1980YActive

80-221-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, that the Three Affiliated Tribes recognize none pro tune any state court divorce judgements granted prior to the date of this resolution in which both parties were enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes and at the time of the divorce were both living within the exterior boundaries of the Fort Berthold Reservation upon the filing of a certified copy of the state court divorce judgement with the Tribal Court. 10/17/1980YActive

80-222-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Planning Department is hereby directed to execute and file an application on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation with the United States Government for a grant to aid in the preparation of the "Step I - Facility Plan for the Rehabilitation of the Indian Community Wastewater Facility Systems. FURTHER RESOLVED, That Mary Schoppert, Housing and Tribal Facilities Planner, is designated as contact person for the project and is hereby authorized and directed to furnish such information as the Federal Water Pollution Control Administration may reasonably request in connection with such application.  10/17/1980YActive

80-223-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Mike Cross, Economic Development Planner, has been appointed to serve as the Fort Berthold Reservation Representative on the Souris Basin Planning Council Board of Directors, and Ken Deane, Jr. shall serve as alternate FURTHER RESOLVED, that the mileage assessment of $75.00 to be matched by Souris Basin Planning Council Funding is authorized to be drawn from, the current EDA Planning Grant.  10/17/1980YActive

80-223A-AGNBW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the payment and the sum of |2,541.00 shall be made to John O. Holm for services and travel expenses rendered to the ; Tribal Electron 'Board10/24/1980YActive

80-224-AGWHEREAS, the "Get Out The Vote Campaign '80" is being promoted by the Tribal Business Council, and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council authorize budget of $5,000 for the Vote '80 Campaign from the T/2 Account.  10/24/1980YActive

80-225-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council respectfully urges the Executive Council of the National Congress of American Indians to select Bismarck, North Dakota as the site for the 1982 annual convention; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council with this resolution pledges its support and assistance, along with the other tribes in North Dakota, toward hosting the 1982 convention should Bismarck be selected.  10/24/1980YActive

80-226-AGWHEREAS, the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council is in the process of negotiation an IPA assignment between the BIA, Mr. Fox and the Tribes; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council does hereby approve of reimbursing Mr. Fox for his moving expenses at actual cost. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that these expenses are to be reimbursed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs; if and when the assignment is fully negotiated. 10/24/1980YActive

80-227-AGWHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, in connection with the submission of that LIEAP Plan must resolve and make certain designations and assurances; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: 1. That the Tribal Business Council requests 1.88% of the State of North Dakota's LIEAP Allocation as agreed upon in Agreement/Resolution #80-141 for a total financial assistance package of $263,505.44 2. That the Tribal Business Council has duly authorized the execution and filing of this Application/Proposal, including all understandings and assurances contained in the application.  5. That the Tribal Business Council certifies that the Material Resource Department of the Three Affiliated Tribes is the agency designated by this Resolution to administer the Low Income Energy Assistance Program funded under this Plan. 4. That the Tribal Business Council has directed and authorized Russell Gillette, Administrator, Material Resource Department, to be identified as official contact person for the Three Affiliated Tribes Low Income Energy Assistance Program and to provide such additional information as may be required. 5. That the Tribal Business Council possesses the authority under the Constitution of the Three Affiliated Tribes to enter into an agreement to implement the attached LIEAP Plan. 11/6/1980YActive

80-228-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the- land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from 301-A1609 . Eleanor Chase for cash consideration of $ 24,300.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT: No.. 301-1928,  DESCRIPTION  Lots. 7 & 8 SE1/4 of   Section 24 Township 150 North, Range 95 West 5th P. M. , ND., ACRES 211.1811/6/1980YActive

80-229-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the255/63 undivided interest from 301-U2974 - Curtis Young Bear, Jr. for a cash consideration of $11,428.57 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit:  Allot. No. 301-770A, Description E1/2 of Section 22, Township 148 North, Range 92 West, fifth, principal meridian,  ND  Acres 320.0011/6/1980YActive

80-230-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/9 undivided interest from 301-U1184 - Dorothy Deserly Weiss
for a cash consideration of $ 8,355.55 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-575A, Description  NW1/4 of Section 18, NE1/4; of Section 18, Township 152, North, Range 93 West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota11/6/1980YActive

80-231-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from 301-U1191 - Eugene Spotted Wolf for cash consideration of $ 21,200.00 , which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT: NO. 301-535A, DESCRIPTION
NE1/4SE1/4 of Section 31, Township 150 North, ND Range 90 West, fifth principle Meridian,  ACRES 40.0011/6/1980YActive

80-232-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from 301-U2221 Irene Stevenson Black Hawk for cash consideration of $ 7,000 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the  Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of "Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three
Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-435A, DESCRIPTION  S1/2NW1/4SE1/4, SW1/4SE1/4 of Section 10, Township 150 North, Range 93 West, 5th P. M. ND ACRES 60.0011/6/1980YActive

80-233-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from 301-U3015 Bryan Gregory Rogers for cash consideration of $ 14,800.00, which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affair's to prepare all documents and do all-things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit:  ALLOT. No. 301-213A, DESCRIPTION W1/2W1/2SW1/4  of Section 12, Township 148 North, Range 90 West, 5th P.M. ND, ACRES 40.0011/6/1980YActive

80-234-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved
the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from 301-1563 - Mansfield Marsette for cash consideration of $37,500.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgement Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-2122 DESCRIPTION NE1/4, N1/2NW1/4, N1/2SE1/4NW1/4 of Section 14, Township 147 North, Range 94 West, 5th P.M. ND ACRES  300.00 11/6/1980YActive

80-235-AG THEREFOR BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Vera Foote Bracklin, 301-U439 for cash consideration of $ 20,000,00 , which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-360A DESCRIPTION SW1/4SW1/4 of Section 32, Township 150 North, Range 90 West, 5th P.M. ND ACRES 40.0011/6/1980YActive

80-236-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 58/630 undivided interest from John Baker, 301-A1737 for a cash consideration of $ 1,325.72 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-1738 Description S1/2NW1/4, N1/2SW1/4 of Section 20, Township 147 North, Range 93 West, 5th P.M. ND Acres 160.0011/6/1980YActive

80-237-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Susan Bearstail Malnourie, 301-U250 for cash consideration of $19,600.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No.  301-225, DESCRIPTION  E1/2SE1/4 of Section 3 , Township 148 North, Range 90 West, fifth principal meridian. North Dakota, ACRES 80.00 11/6/1980YActive

80-238-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council approves the  purchase of the 1/5 undivided interest from Milton Beaks, 301-U2702 for a cash consideration of $ 5,760.00, which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-441A,  Description   NE1/4 Section l4. Township 150 North, Range 92 West fifth, principal meridian ND Acres 160.00 11/6/1980YActive

80-239-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 12/214 undivided interest from Mabel Bear Howling Wolf, 301-A2285 for a cash consideration of $22,000.00 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: Allot. No. 301-1500 Description Acres  E1/2SW1/4 of Section 5, Township 148 North, Range 88 West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota. 80.00 acres.11/6/1980YActive

80-240-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/214 undivided interest from Carroll Howling Wolf, 301-U384 for a cash consideration of $ 1,833.33 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit:  Allot. No. 301-1500, Description  E1/2SE1/4 of Section 5, Township 14-8 North, Range 88 West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota 80.00  Acres11/6/1980YActive

80-241-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/24 undivided interest from Arnold Howling Wolf - 301-U497 for a cash consideration of $ 1,833.33 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs Lo prepare all document and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit:
Allot. No.  301-1500 E1/2SE1/4 of Section 5, Description Township l48 North, Range 88 West, fifth principal meridian North Dakota, Acres80.00 11/6/1980YActive

80-242-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/24 undivided interest from Marvin Howling Wolf, 301-U669 for a cash consideration of $ 1,833.33 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs Lo prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-1500, Description  E1/2SE1/4; of Section 5, Township 148 North, Range West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota Acres 80.0011/6/1980YActive

80-243-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/24 undivided interest from Terry Howling Wolf, 301-U8U1
for a cash consideration of $ 1,833, 33 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-1500, Description E1/2SE1/4 of Section 5, Township 148 North, Range West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota Acres 80.0011/6/1980YActive

80-244-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/24 undivided interest from Geraldine H. W. Packineau, 301-U984 for a cash consideration of $ 1,833.33 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary lo transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-1500, Description E1/2SE1/4 of Section 5, Township 148 North, Range West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota, Acres 80.0011/6/1980YActive

80-245-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the l/2'4 ^undivided interest from Rodney Howling Wolf - 301-U1145 for a cash consideration of $ 1,833.33 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit:  Allot. No. 301-1500, Description  E1/2SE1/2 of Section 5, Township 148 North, Range West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota, Acres 80.0011/6/1980YActive

80-246-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/24 undivided interest from Wesley Howling Wolf - 301-U1492 for a cash consideration of $ 1,833.33 Which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. Description  301-1500 E1/2SE1/4; of Section 5, Township 148 North, Range 88 West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota Acres 80.00 11/6/1980YActive

80-247-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/24undivided interest from Lawrence Howling Wolf - 301-U1630 for a cash consideration of $ 1,833.33 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and uu all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-1500 E1/2SW1/4 of Section 5, Description Township 148 North, Range North Dakota West, fifth principal meridian Acres 80.0011/6/1980YActive

80-248-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/2U undivided interest from Clarice Howling Wolf - 301-U1848
for a cash consideration of $ 1,833.33, which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the. Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the
Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit:
Allot. No. 301-1500 E1/2SW1/4 of Section 5, Description Township 148 North, Range 88 West, fifth principal meridian, North Dakota Acres 80.0011/6/1980YActive

80-249-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/24 undivided interest from Diana Howling Wolf - 301-U2274 for  cash consideration of $ 1,833.33 , which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affair's to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the
Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No.  301-1500, Description, Township 148 North, Range North Dakota Acres 80.0011/6/1980YActive

80-250-AGWHEREAS: Resolution No. 80-155 was passed by the Tribal Business Council on August 14, 1980, and WHEREAS: it is in the best interest of the members of the Three Affiliated Tribes that Resolution 80-155 be amended as follows: Page 2, Item d) insert 6) - "That this section shall not apply to the Three Affiliated Tribes." Page 4, Insert Item 12 - the Three Affiliated Tribes shall be permitted to sublease any lands that they take under grazing permit without restriction as to whom they may lease the property and that any income received shall be utilized by the Three Affiliated Tribes. 11/6/1980YActive

80-251-AGNONE   

80-252-AGNONE   

80-253-AGWHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker (Contract #A00C14201145) have submitted voucher for payment of legal services $7,564.98 and legal expenses $175.26, July 1980; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $7,740.24 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for the month of July, 1980. 11/6/1980YActive

80-254-AGWHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker (Contract #A00C14201145) have submitted voucher for payment for legal services $3,036.17, and legal
expenses $102.74, August 1980; and  THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $3,156.91 to Wilkinson, Cragun, & Barker for the month of August, 1980.11/6/1980YActive

80-255-AGWHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker (Contract #A00C14201145) have submitted voucher for payment of legal services $6,554.33 and legal expenses $728.29, September, 1980. THEREFORE BE IT  RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $7,282.62 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for the month of September, 1980. 11/6/1980YActive

80-256-AGWHEREAS, since the addition of the Mandaree Water Line the problem of delinquent utility bills is high; and WHEREAS, the monies derived from utility bills is used to pay salaries of Utilities Commission personnel and maintenance of the Four Bears Water System; and WHEREAS, the installation of water meters would give an accurate account of what rates should be assessed per household and other establishments who use the water systems; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, after the installation of the water meters, delinquent utility bills shall be sent first request for payment and after two months delinquent account shall be  sent shut off notice, until paid and when utility bill is paid a hook-up will be added; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, after installation of water meters, any accounts not current shall, not have their water turned on until paid.  11/6/1980YActive

80-257-AGWHEREAS, the census indicated a severely reduced deer population which, according to the opinions of five wildlife biologists (See attached Census.) would not withstand hunter pressure in the form of a hunting season without resulting in even further reduced numbers proving highly detrimental to the already small herd; and , WHEREAS, the Tribal Business Council is mandated to protect Fort Berthold natural
resources of which deer are a very valuable part; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That for the above stated reasons, a complete moratorium on hunting be declared on Fort Berthold for 1980. 11/6/1980YActive

80-258-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the attached Tribal Administration Building Reorganization Floor Plan shall be adopted as the guide for implementing the Tribal Departments. FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED, that the movement to Implement the reorganization shall take place as soon as the necessary arrangements can be made. 11/6/1980YActive

80-259-AGWHEREAS, the Natural Resources Committee has at times gone above the appraisal price recommended, by the land appraiser; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following policy shall be established by the Tribal Business Council to be followed in purchasing land from enrolled members: (1) The land appraisal price shall be the final price the Tribal Business Council will purchase land for from enrolled members.  (2) This notice shall be placed on ail applications for, land sale to the Three Affiliated Tribes from enrolled members. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, these recommendations are made in view of the financial  resources remaining to purchase lands by the Three Affiliated Tribes and are deemed to the best interest of the Three Affiliated Tribes. 11/6/1980YActive

80-260-AGWHEREAS, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hunts Along, Sr., enrolled members of the Three Affiliated Tribes, are in need of funds for transportation to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to see an immediate family member who is terminally ill; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED TEAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes emergency loan of $500.00 from Miscellaneous line item payable to Vincent Hunts Along, Sr.,, and BE IT FURTHER KESOLVED THAT, the terms and conditions of the loan shall be twenty-four (24) months repayment at five (5) percent Interest. 11/6/1980YActive

80-261-AGWHEREAS: Congressional representatives from the State of North Dakota will present to the next session of Congress a bill to return those Federal lands and minerals adjacent to and under the Garrison reservoir within the exterior boundaries of the Fort Berthold Reservation to the Three Affiliated Tribes, and WHEREAS: it is not in the best interest of the Three Affiliated Tribes and its members to approve or join in the unit agreement which may jeopardize the return of this property to the Tribe and its members, and now THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Three Affiliated Tribes decline at this time to enter into any unit agreement which would include Federal lands adjacent to or under the Garrison reservoir which are within the boundaries of the Fort Berthold Reservation, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council request that the Bureau of Indian Affairs and U. S. Geological Survey not approve any unit agreement whatsoever that would include those minerals owned by the Federal Government
adjacent to and/or under the Garrison reservoir until the U. S. Congress has enacted appropriate legislation or until the ownership of those minerals is resolved. 11/10/1980YActive

80-262-AGWHEREAS, in order to prepare for Senator Burdick's visit a luncheon was planned; and WHEREAS, DCPTI staff, Louella Young Bird and Norma Staples purchased luncheon supplies in the amount of $38.65 and are requesting reimbursement; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes reimbursement of $29.00 to Louella Young Bird and $9.65 to Norma Staples, from Miscellaneous funds.  11/10/1980YActive

80-263-AGNONE   

80-264-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that a Negotiating Committee be established composed of the Tribal Business Council Chairman and Treasurer; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that salary negotiations shall be on the same day the staff is selected 11/13/1980YActive

80-265-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that after a thorough consideration of all community development needs within the Fort Berthold Reservation the activities
to be requested for the FY81 Community Development Block Grant shall
be as follows and they shall be prioritized according to their order shown:  No. 1. Sewage Utilities Activity - $125,000.00,  No. 2. Housing Rehabilitation Activity - $100,780.00, No. 3.Street Paving Activity - $ 64,000.00, Administrative Costs $ 60,220.00, Total $350,000.00, FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council, as the eligible applicant hereby assures and certifies that: a. It possess the legal authority to apply for the grant and execute the proposed program; b. The Tribal Business Council has duly authorized the filing of the application, including all understandings and assurances contained in the application and has directed and authorized the person identified as the official representative of the applicant to act in connection with the application and ...11/13/1980YActive

80-266-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby commits the FY 1982 financial resources of the Material Resources Department, specifically the Indian Action and Housing Improvement Budgets, to be utilized in coordination
with the FY 1981 CDBG Housing Rehabilitation activity when, it is approved.11/13/1980YActive

80-267-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby adopts the Housing Quality Standards contained in Appendix A to 24 CFR 571.305 (7420.3 REV.) as the applicable standards for all housing rehabilitation performed on the Fort Berthold Reservation. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Material Resource Department shall immediately implement the usage of these standards in all of its Housing  rehabilitation/Improvement activities.  FURTHER RESOLVED, that these minimum standards will be adopted on an interim basis until such time that more stringent Rehabilitation, Housing and Building Codes are developed and approved by the Tribal Business Council. 11/13/1980YActive

80-268-AGWHEREAS, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council wish to insure that all Indian ranch operators be treated fairly and equally, and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Three Affiliated Tribes established their grazing rate of $78 per animal unit, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council will provide a rebate in the amount of $21 per animal unit to each enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes who has received an allocation in accordance with Tribal Resolution 81-155 and amendments thereto, and also BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, the maximum number of animal units to receive a rebate shall be 200 per ranch operator, or the actual number of animal units allocated, which ever is the lessor number, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, a maximum of $140,000 from tribal grazing income be used for this purpose, and in the event the total rebate would exceed this amount, the rebate per animal unit shall be prorated in accordance with the number of actual allocation units approved not to exceed $21.00 per animal unit. 11/14/1980YAmended by 81-217-AG on 10/19/1981

80-269-AGWHEREAS, the Attorney's have fully explained the terms of the offer and the background facts, and recommend that the offer be accepted: NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, the governing body of the Three Affiliated Tribes, hereby accepts the offer of the Department of Justice, and agrees to settle the claim for $10,250,000. 11/14/1980YActive

80-270-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from 301-2782. Terrance Fredericks for cash consideration of $18,4000, which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the. Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three  Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-1866 DESCRIPTION  mh of Section 22, Township 147 North, Range 92 West, 5th P.M. ND ACRES 160.00 11/20/1980YActive

80-271-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 6/45 undivided interest from Juanita Good Bird Two Hearts for a cash consideration of $5,120.00 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 1756, Description, Sec. 10, T.  148 N., R. 93 W., Acres 320.00 11/20/1980YActive

80-272-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby approve of adding the following defining section to their enrollment ordinance as follows:  "Section 4. Individuals who were ever enrolled with another tribe and received benefits from such tribe even though they relinquished membership from other tribe would not be eligible for membership in accordance with  Article II, Section 2(A) of the Tribal Constitution and By-laws." 12/11/1980YActive

80-273-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/60 undivided interest from Marcella Spotted Horse for a cash consideration of $747.66 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit:  Allot. No. 15 7 A Description Lots l , 2, E1/2NW1/4, N1/2NE1/4; Sec. 19, T. 148 N. 88 W.,  11/20/1980YActive

80-274-AGBE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/3 undivided interest from Phyllis Lone Fight for a cash consideration of $ 2,933.33 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all  documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 2140 Description W1/2SE1/4 of Sec. 36, T. 150 N. , R. 93 W. , Acres 80.00 11/20/1980YActive

80-275-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/3 undivided interest from Francine Narum, which is the present and hereby authorizes the Chairman for a cash consideration of $ 2,933.33 fair market value of that interest, of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 2140 W1/2SE1/4 of Sec. Description 36, T. 150 N., R. 93 W. Acres 80.00  11/20/1980YActive

80-276-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council duly and officially approve the enrollment of Margaret Priscilla Henke, who meets the requirement set in Article II, Section I. C. with the sufficient blood degree of 1/2: 1/4 Hidatsa and 1/4 Canadian Sioux of the Fort Peck Tribe; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council wholly acknowledges the enrollment of Margaret Priscilla Henke, assigning her the tribal enrollment member of 301-U-6888, thus affirming her natural, inherent right for enrollment with the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation. 11/20/1980YActive

80-277-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the purchase of the land described, below exclusive of minerals including oil and gas, from Cletus Charles Foote for cash consideration of  $41,400.00, which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the judgement funds account, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort  Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all  documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to wit: ALLOT. No. 301-318A  DESCRIPTION  Section 11-149-90, ACRES 172.50  12/11/1980YActive

80-278-AGBE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/2 undivided interest from Elgin White Body for a cash consideration of $3,300.00 fair market value of that which is the present interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of
the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. Description 301-1450 N1/2SE1/4NE1/4 Section 3, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, fifth |principle meridian  ND,  Acres 20.00 12/11/1980YActive

80-279-AGTHEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/2 undivided interest from Wade White Body for a cash consideration of $ 3,300.00 which is the present fair market value of that interest, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and do all things necessary to transfer title of the lands to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, to-wit: Allot. No. 301-1450 Description N1/2SE1/4NE1/4 Section 3, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, fifth principal meridian ND Acres 20.00 12/11/1980YActive

80-280-AGWHEREAS, this contract will serve as the core source of funding for the wildlife and habitat management for the Natural Resource Department, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for a three year period beginning October 1, 1980. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that any executive committee member shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council. 12/11/1980YActive

80-281-AGWHEREAS, Mr. John Holm has incurred the expenses and services charge for the month of October, 1980 in the amount of $1,396.30; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, that the sum of $1,396.30 be paid to John O. Holm for legal services and expenses rendered for the month of October, 1980.  12/11/1980YActive

80-282-AGWHEREAS, the Tribal Business Council in an effort to get out the vote authorized the printing of 1,000 flyers; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the  amount of $41.72 payable to Instant Printing, Minot, North Dakota.  12/11/1980YActive

80-283-AGWHEREAS, the attorneys further advice that there will be expenses in the new Interest Claim of up to $5,000 or $6,000 for travel, printings telephone, etc., plus possibly another $10,000 to $20,000 for expert witness fees, and recommend that the 350-G litigation fund be continued in effect and made applicable to expenses in the Interest Claim; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the 350-G litigation fund is hereby continued In effect and made applicable to expenses in the Interest Claim.  12/11/1980YActive

80-284-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby approve of adding the following defining section to their enrollment ordinance as follows: "Section 4. Individuals who were ever enrolled with another tribe and received benefits from such tribe even though they relinquished membership from other tribe would not be eligible for membership in accordance with  Article II, Section 2(A) of the Tribal Constitution and By-laws." 12/11/1980YActive

80-285-AGWHEREAS, under existing law, there is limited monetary resources of the juvenile to compensate for the damage; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that upon a determination that a juvenile has caused financial, property, or personal injury to an Individual, the court shall investigate the resources of the parents of said juvenile and if adequate, may order said parents to be responsible for actual monetary damages suffered. 12/11/1980YActive

80-286-AGWHEREAS, it is important in the implementation of the Juvenile Code that curfew violation are deemed to be delinquent acts; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the following paragraph he added to the curfew ordinance:  "that should a juvenile be in violation of the curfew ordinance said act may be deemed to be a delinquent act upon proper determination by the juvenile court system."  12/11/1980YActive

80-287-AGWHEREAS, the Three Affiliated Tribes have agreed to sponsor the local basketball teams during the Stanley Holiday Invitational Basketball Tournament; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED 'THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorize disbursement of $10.00 from Donation line item payable to the Stanley Lions Club, Stanley, North Dakota. 12/11/1980YActive

80-288-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes John Holm to continue work on pending court cases and to complete the Juvenile Code; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that John Holm be paid for services rendered in the completion of the Juvenile Code and for services rendered to represent the Tribe in the pending court cases. 12/17/1980YActive

80-289-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Delores Wilkinson is hereby appointed to the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners by the Tribal Business Council to a term which shall expire December of 1984. 12/17/1980YActive

80-290-AGNOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Fort Berthold Indian Action Team Contract remain with the Indian Technical Assistance Center, Denver, Colorado for the Fiscal Year 1981. 12/17/1980YActive

80-291-AGWHEREAS, the Tribal Business Council feels that it is in the best interest of the Four Bears Motor Lodge, to become a member of the Greater North Dakota Association; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $60.00 payable to the Greater North Dakota Association, for 1981 annual dues. 12/17/1980YActive

80-292-AGWHEREAS, the Tribal Business Council has Incurred an expense for the services of advertising and printing notice of the General Council meeting on December 12, 1980; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED; the Tribal  Business Council hereby authorize in the amount of $30.55 payable to the McKenzie County Farmer for services rendered. 12/17/1980YActive

80-293-AGWHEREAS, this Comprehensive report was distributed to Tribal members during the Membership Conference, which was held on November 15, 1980; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorize payment in the amount of $1,996.05 payable to Instant Printing for services rendered.  12/17/1980YActive

80-294-AGWHEREAS, the Tribal Business Council is desirous of filing this position with a capable, competent and experienced individual pertaining to all facets of P.L. 93-638 to enhance Tribal operations and contract processes; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council hereby recommend a lateral transfer of Mr. John Danks to the position of Reservation Program Officer currently vacant at the Fort Berthold Agency; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this transfer be accomplished in the most expeditious manner possible. 12/17/1980YActive

80-295-AGWHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes desires to again contract the Indian Action Team Program; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes contract with the Indian Technical Assistance Center of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Denver, Colorado for a one year period beginning October
1, 1980. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that any executive committee member shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council. 12/17/1980YActive

80-296-AGWHEREAS, the Three Affiliated Tribes, Tribal Business Council hereby authorize the payment of $60.00 to the American Indian Lawyer Training Program for the purchase of (2) two books, titled Indian Self  Determination and the Role of Tribal Court. 12/17/1980YActive

80-297-AGTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes that Distribution of Tribal Business Council Minutes for regular, special or committee meetings shall be made in the following manner: 1. Copies of minutes for all council or committee meetings shall be distributed to the six communities on the Reservations which include White Shield, Twin Buttes, Mandaree, New Town/Little Shell, Four Bears, and Parshall/Lucky Mound. 2. The above shall be available for members of the Three Affiliated only. 3. The minutes and resolutions distributed shall be made available only after review and approval by the Tribal Business Council.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Tribal Business Council that the Secretary of the Tribal Business Council is hereby designated the responsibility of carrying out the above distribution of Tribal minutes and resolutions. 12/24/1980YActive

80-298-AGWHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun and Barker have received double payment for January, February, Marc and April, 1980 fees and expenses totaling $6,385.15, to be deducted from the total amount of outstanding bills for payment; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $18,166.37 payable to Wilkinson, Cragun and Baker for the above dates. 12/24/1980YActive