1982 Resolutions

 |Resolution Number | Title | Meeting Date/Minutes | Signed | Status |

  • 82-001-AG | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Chairman is hereby, authorized and directed to negotiate, and. execute a consultant contract with NARF if for the. above purposes | 1/14/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-002-AG | NONE

  • 82-003-AG | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $3,091.00 to Vance Gillette for General Counsel Services rendered December 1 - December 31, 1981. | 1/14/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-004-AG | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby recommends the immediate transfer of the Agency Land Operations Officer, James Quackenbush, from the Fort Berthold Agency. | 1/14/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-005-AG | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council authorize payment in the sum of $527.45 to John 0. Holm for the work performed to date with respect to the lawsuit of Three Affiliated Tribes v. Wold Engineering. | 1/14/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-006-AG | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby extends the referendum vote to February 1, 1982 on the proposed disbursement plans; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Bureau of Indian Affairs promptly schedule and give notice of a public hearing of record as required by statute, after the February 1, 1982 referendum. | 1/14/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-007-AG | WHEREAS, Per Resolution #81-266, which is the FY 1982 Tribal Trust Fund Budget, $63,429.00 was budgeted for the renovation and completion of the Laundromat; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes expenditure of funds | 1/14/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-008-AG | WHEREAS, Per Resolution #81-266, which is the FY 1982 Tribal Trust Fund Budget, $21,720.35 was budgeted for coal conversion of the Mandaree Community Center; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes expenditure of funds available under the FY 1982 Tribal Trust Fund Budget for coal conversion of the Mandaree Community Center. | 1/14/1982 | Y | Amended by 83-032-S on 2/3/1983 |

  • 82-009-AG | WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council is requesting the withdrawal of Trust Funds upon maturity from Docket 350 F, 9006 - 2629, Community Development, 12,500. Wake Fund, Docket 350, 9006 - 2629 Community Development $80,000., Docket 350 D, Scholarship $6,000., and Docket 350 F Community Development, Public Facilities $40,000. Cost sharing programs; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Tribes Tribal Business Council, do hereby approve of the withdrawal of the said Trust Funds, from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Investment Branch; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Fort Berthold Agency, Tribal Program Officers request said funds. | 1/14/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-010-AG | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby amends Plan B, (80/20 Plan), to include the following provision: Administration of Trust Fund | 1/14/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-011-AG | NONE

  • 82-012-AG | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that after a through consideration of all community development needs within the Fort Berthold Reservation, the activities to be requested for the FY 82 Community Development Block Grant shall be as follows and they shall be prioritized according to their order shown: 1. Fire Protection, 2. Housing Rehabilitation, 3. Grant Administration/Code Enforcement, FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby commits the FY 82-83 financial resources of the Material Resources Department, specifically the Indian Action and Housing Improvement Budgets, to be utilized in coordination with the FY 1982 Housing Rehabilitation activity when it is approved., FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council, as the eligible applicant hereby assures and certifies that: | 2/5/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-013-AG | WHEREAS, Resolutions #81-251 and #82-006-AG authorized the referendum vote on the two Judgement Disbursement Plans, A & B; and WHEREAS, All properly completed ballots received by 5:00 p.m., February 1, 1982, were counted and certified by the Referendum Claims Committee; and WHEREAS, The final count on the vote whether to accept Plan A or Plan B was 1,947 for Plan B and 351 for Plan A; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby accepts the attached Certification of Results on the February 1, 1982, Referendum Vote. | 2/5/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-014-AG | WHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes, under Docket 350 G, Accounting Claim, and Docket 54-81 L, Interest Claim, have been awarded judgements totaling Thirty-two million, nine hundred forty thousand, six hundred and twenty-five dollars ($32,940,625.00); and WHEREAS, Tribal Reports on the Per Capita and Investment Plan were mailed to the Tribal membership in October 1981, and ballots with affidavits were mailed January 20-22, 1982, for the February 1, 1982, referendum vote; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council, that the Rules and Procedures for the February 1, 1982, referendum vote shall be: 1) All properly completed ballots received by the Tribal Secretary on or before 5:00 p.m., on February 1, 1982, shall be counted. 2) The Tribal Secretary shall keep the returned ballots in a safe place and at 5:00 p.m., February 1, 1982, shall turn over to a Referendum Claims Committee to consist of the Tribal Secretary and the six (6) Community Chairpersons of each segment.- 3) The Referendum Claims Committee shall accurately tally the votes and certify the vote to the Tribal Business Council within two (2) days after receipt of the ballots from the Tribal Secretary. 4) The question of whether to accept Plan A or Plan B shall be determined by a majority vote of the ballots. | 2/5/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-015-AG | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council authorizes payment for each Committee member and workers at $100.00 each. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the payment of $100.00 shall cover mileage. | 2/5/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-016-AG | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $3,145.46 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for legal services and expenses incurred during November, 1981. | 2/5/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-017-AG | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council does hereby authorize attorney John O. Holm to appeal the Order of dismissal forthwith; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council does authorize payment in the sum of $3565.03, for services performed in the matter of Three Affiliated v. Wold Engineering through February 1, 1982. | 2/5/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-018-AG | WHEREAS: the Tribal Business Council passed Tribal Resolution No. 81-202 purchasing Fee Patent property owned by Edwin A. Hall pending Title Opinion of the Field Solicitor, Aberdeen Area, and WHEREAS: the title to the Fee Patent property described as Lots 1, 2, E1/2NW1/4, Sec. 31, T. 151 N., R. 94 W., exclusive of minerals, containing 309.36 acres, has been found to contain a forced patent in fee without consent of the owner, and WHEREAS: said property will be involved in litigation brought by the Branch of Rights Protection under 28 USC 2415 Claims, and THEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby rescinds Tribal Resolution No. 81-202 purchasing the above described land. | 2/5/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-019-AG | WHEREAS, The North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission has reviewed an application for financial assistance from Four Bears Standard; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes supports the application of Four Bears Standard to the Indian Development Fund for funding. | 2/5/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-020-AG | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following water rate system shall apply to all buildings, homes, and structures that utilize the Mandaree water system; 1] Houses, structures, that do not have a water meter shall pay the current rate or any change as prescribed by the Utilities Commission. 2] All structures having water meters shall pay a monthly water bill according to the following formula. THE STRUCTURES TOTAL MONTHLY WATER USAGE WILL BE DIVIDED BY THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF WATER PUMPED TO A COMMUNITY., THIS AMOUNT THEN WILL BE MULTIPLIED AGAINST THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF ESTIMATED OPERATING EXPENSES. 3] Those structures having water meters but who do not comply by not allowing their water meters to be read will be charged the same rate as those structures that do not have water meters. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Resolution #80-81 and #80-170 are hereby rescinded. | 2/5/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-021-AG | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That payment due Indian-owned businesses on contracts and subcontracts be made by the oil companies within thirty days after date of invoicing. | 2/5/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-022-AG | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council authorizes the Fort Berthold Community College to contract With the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Education Department for the Adult Basic Education Program. | 2/18/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-023-AG | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $3,357.87 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker, for legal services and expenses incurred for the month of December, 1981.|2/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-024-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby requests that CERT staff conduct the Management Systems Analysis with Council Members at the earliest convenient date. |2/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-025-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Kenneth Deane, Jr. be reimbursed travel expenses from the Travel Line Item of the appropriate Tribal Business Council Account, to Planning Line Item 408-530-03. |2/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-026-AG|WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council has received a request from Indian Health Service to pay for critical parts and equipment necessary for repairing the Mandaree water system in an amount not to exceed Eight Hundred Dollars ($800.00), which amount is to be reimbursed by Indian Health Service upon receipt of these purchases; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council does hereby approve of this request as it does not exceed Eight Hundred Dollars ($800.00); and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council requests reimbursement by Indian Health Service upon receipt of the above. |2/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-027-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, Contract No, A00C14200802, has submitted voucher for payment of General Counsel Services rendered January 1-31, 1982; and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $3,257.87 to Vance Gillette for General Counsel Services rendered for the month of January 1982. |2/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-028-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council supports the submission of this Fort Berthold Community College proposal to the Department of Energy's Office of Minority Economic Impact, and the Community College will be allowed to designate a portion of Tribal staff and attorney time as an In-kind commitment to the Project. |2/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-029-AG|WHEREAS, Pat Malnourie has provided a much needed monitoring service to Tribal water systems; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Pat Malnourie be given his $.95 raise from the Tribal T/2 account which will amount to $1,976.00 for October 1, 1981 - September 30, 1982. |2/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-030-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby requests on-site technical assistance by the Council of Energy Resource Tribes' Certified Public Accountant for the following task: To assist in the implementation of the list of recommendations for Tribal Finance improvement that has been provided by the accounting firm of Charles Bailly & Company; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the financial management divisions of the major federal agencies will be contracted to schedule on-site training and/or technical assistance concerning the financial management requirements and procedures for Tribal Finance staff and other affected Tribal staff. |2/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-031-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes under the authority of Title II of the Indian Child Welfare Act contracts with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for financial assistance in the amount of $101,568.00 for the Child Welfare Program for a one year period, beginning July 1, 1982. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Chairman, Vice-Chairman Secretary or ; Treasurer of the Three Affiliated Tribes shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Tribal Business Council. |2/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-032-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the T/2. Bank Account to be separated from the Centralized Account effective immediately; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that prior funds deposited into the Centralized Account be transferred and proper credit be given to the new established account. |2/26/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-033-AG|WHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council has received $138,500 in Trust Fund money; $80,000 Community Development; $6,000 Scholarships; $40,000 Public Facilities, and $12,000 Wake Funds available for investment; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council allow the above mentioned Tribal Funds to be invested with the Dakota Northwestern Bank of Bismarck at the highest allowable rate on short term and continuing until the principle is ready to use; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Treasurer and Tribal Comptroller be acting agent in seeing that funds are invested and recorded to the Tribes T/2 Account. | 2/26/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-034-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the execution and filing of the attached Grant No. 80914 application for financial assistance from the Administration for Native Americans for the FY 1982 grant period of ANA July 1, 1982 to June 30, 1983, including all understandings and assurances contained in the application. | 3/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-035-AG|WHEREAS, It shall be a policy of the Three Affiliated Tribes that each motor carrier servicing mineral leases on the Reservation shall comply with the Fort Berthold Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance as a condition to entering the Reservation and obtain an Access Permit; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby adopts the Fort Berthold Access Permit Ordinance.|3/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-036-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, has submitted voucher for payment of a Statement of expense for November 24, 1981 to February 18, 1982 under Contract #A00C14200802 between the Three Affiliated Tribes and Vance Gillette; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $767.18 to Vance Gillette for expenses from November 24, 1981 to February 18, 1982.| 3/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-037-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, Contract No. A00C14200802, has submitted voucher for payment of General Counsel Services rendered February 1 - February 28, 1982; and row THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $1,925.00 to Vance Gillette for General Counsel Services rendered February 1 - February 28, 1982. |3/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-038-AG|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Natural Resources Department be allowed to utilize these monies to support three Ranger Division personnel during the period of March 15, 1982 through June 30, 1982; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that should other funding become available before or during this period, the Department will reduce or discontinue use of these shothole monies; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Tribal Finance proceed immediately to accomplish transfer of these funds to the Natural Resources Department account and it is hereby authorized that the revision In the Tribal Budget be made if necessary; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Treasurer is directed to finalize this transaction. | 3/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-039-AG|THEREFORE 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 Harry George Fast Dog, Sr. for cash consideration of $33,600.00 fair market value which is the present utilizing funds from the Land Purchase & 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: AI.LOT. No. 441A, 160.00 acres.|3/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-040-AG|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby requests the broadening of the scope of CERT technical assistance to include two accountants, management organization analyst and electronic data processing analyst; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the financial management divisions of the major federal agencies will be contracted to Include scheduling on-site analysis of revenues/expenditures concerning the financial management requirements and procedures for Tribal Finance and other relevant tribal staff. |3/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-041-AG|WHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker, contract #A004C14201145 have submitted voucher for payment of legal services of $4,394.60 and legal expenses of $50,89, incurred during the month of January 1-31, 1982; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $4,445.49 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker, for legal services and legal expenses rendered for the month of January 1-31, 1982. | 3/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-042-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council requests the Secretary of the Interior to call for an election to amend the following: (1) Amend Article III--Governing Body, Section 2(a) to elect ten (10) Council members on a segment basis to represent each segment of the Reservation; (2) Amend Article I—Territory, to extend jurisdiction to the exterior boundaries of the Fort Berthold Reservation; (3) Amend Article VI—Powers, Section 3(a), to separate judicial system from the legislative system of the Three Affiliated Tribes, and any other issue designated by the Tribal Council; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Secretary of the Interior set the election on June 1, 1982, for amending the Constitution and By Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes. |3/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-043-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, By the Tribal Business Council that the priority ranking is established for the FY 84 Bureau Budget in accordance with the attached ranking chart and signed by the Tribal Chairman. |3/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-044-AG|NONE

  • 82-045-AG|WHEREAS, The Band is in need of uniforms and have been holding fundraising; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes authorize payment of $100.00 to Mandaree School for the Mandaree School Band.|3/26/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-046-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Three Affiliated Tribes will adopt the decreased mileage rates and the increased high rate geographic areas for tribal programs as established by the General Services Administration. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That the new rate be in effect starting March 29, 1982. |3/26/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-047-AG|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $3,393.19, plus interest, from the Tribal T/2 Account, Miscellaneous Line Item, and hereby authorizes the Tribal Treasurer to make the necessary arrangements to take care of the outstanding balance, including interest, owed by Mr. Mandan; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the provision provided in the Judgement Disbursement Plan entitled "Administration of Trust Fund" be applied to this loan, with interest, for repayment by Mr., Mandan. (See Attached Judgement Disbursement Plan B) |3/26/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-048-AG|THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation is hereby declared a disaster area due to severe Winter conditions and the continuing drought of 1979-80; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' 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/winter 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 commodities that we make issuances in thirty (30) day supply quantity; and 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 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, |3/26/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-049-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council requests the Secretary of the Interior to call for an election to amend the following: (1) Amend Article III—Governing Body, Section 2(a) to elect ten (10) Council members on a segment basis to represent each segment of the Reservation; (2) Amend Article I—Territory, to extend jurisdiction to the exterior boundaries of the Fort Berthold Reservation; (3) Amend Article VI—Powers, Section 3(a), to separate judicial system from the legislative system of the Three Affiliated Tribes, and any other issue designated by the Tribal Business Council; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Secretary of the Interior set the election on June 1, 1982, for amending the Constitution and By Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes. |4/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-050-AG|WEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker, Contract No. A00C1420I145, have submitted voucher for payment of legal services, $3,726.50 and legal fees, $149.12, incurred during February 1-28, 1982; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $3,875.62 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for legal services and expenses incurred during February, 1982. | 4/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-051-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes grant approval of the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise Board action on the employment contract. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise implement training methods in all communications related policies that will ensure opportunities for tribal members to gain experience and expertise in managing the tribal communications system. |4/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-052-AG|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby supports the petition in support of returning the 1942 State Class "B" Championship trophy to the Elbowoods Warriors; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' 'Tribal Business Council request the North Dakota High School Activities Association to reconsider its decision and declare the Elbowoods Warriors as the 1942 State Class "B" Champions. |4/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-053-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that payment of $1,449.54 for the Education Conference shall be authorized from the Adult Education Budget; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $3,050.46 shall be authorized from the T/2 Budget for the Fort Berthold Education Conference. | 4/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-054-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council will make available to the 4 Bears Motor Lodge all monies collected for rent of the Kinden Building and old bakery building (Eagle Nest) in an effort to support the operation of the 4 Bears Motor Lodge; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this be retroactive to October 1, 1981. |4/8/1982|Y|Rescinded by 83-258-S on 10/20/1983|

  • 82-055-AG|NONE

  • 82-056-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: 1. That the Tribal Business Council enter into an agreement to receive 1.98 percent from the North Dakota State Allocation of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, for a total of $295,956.00 2. That the Tribal Business Council entered into an agreement to use 5 percent of the benefit allocation for the Energy Crisis Intervention Program for emergency services, for a total of $13,825.50.. 3. That the Tribal Business Council duly authorizes the execution and filing of this application, including all understandings and assurances contained in this application. 4. 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 Home Energy Assistance Program funded under this Plan. 5. That the Tribal Business Council has directed and authorized Arnie Guimont, Administrator, Material Resource Department to be identified as official contact person for the Three Affiliated Tribes Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. |5/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-057-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council duly and officially enroll the following eligible applicants: |5/11/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-058-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the State of North Dakota is spacing their oil wells by section lines and not geological structure, the Three Affiliated Tribes requests that the Bureau of Indian Affairs and United States Geological Survey hereby establish spacing regulations for oil wells on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation by geological structure and other pertinent data rather than by property boundaries. THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the United States Geological Survey and Bureau of Indian Affairs investigate possible exclusion of oil royalties to Indian lands from oil wells adjacent to the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation due to the adverse spacing by the North Dakota Industrial Commission. |5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-059-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby adopt the attached Agreement provided that the State of North Dakota also adopts said Agreement without change or amendment, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Natural Resources Department will work cooperatively with the State in compliance with this Agreement and shall keep the Tribal Business Council informed of the status of the Agreement and any future developments regarding this issue. |5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-060-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council authorizes $2,000 grant to the Three Affiliated Tribes Museum for the purchase of local crafts for resale by the Museum,|5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-061-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council authorizes the payment of $500 from the Summer Youth Program for the Fort Berthold Gifted and Talented Program to assist students from the Fort Berthold Reservation. |5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-062-AG|WHEREAS, If P.L. 95-471 Tribally Controlled Community College Assistance Act of 1978 is not authorized beyond Fiscal Year 1984, there will be Tribal Colleges who may face closure in the 1984-85 academic year; and WHEREAS, This will result in a loss of educational services that now provide for economic stability through training and the status of higher education on reservations will be set back ten to fifteen years; and WHEREAS, Tribes future will be Impacted: people may again be limited. The educational option to tribal NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes supports the Reauthorization of P.L. 95-471, Tribally controlled Community College Assistance Act of 1978.|5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-063-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby appoints the following persons to the Fort Berthold Transportation Commission and their commissioning to implement the Fort Berthold Access permit Ordinance: 1. August Little Soldier to serve and hold office until 9/1/83, 2. Tillie Walker to serve and hold office until 9/1/83, 3. Marie D. Wells to serve and hold office until 9/1/83. 4. Gerald White to serve and hold office until 9/1/83, | 5/13/1982 | Y | Active |

  • 82-064-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance (|Gillette. Contract No. A00C14200802, has submitted voucher for payment of General Counsel Services rendered March 1 through April 30, 1982; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $3,767.50 to Vance Gillette for General Counsel Services rendered March 1 through April 30, 1982. |5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-065-AG|WHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun Barker, Contract No. A00C1420-1145, have submitted voucher for payment of legal services in the amount of $2,742.62 rendered during March 1-31, 1982; and WHEREAS, Wilkinson, Cragun Barker have submitted voucher for payment of legal expenses in the amount of $147.67 incurred during March 1-31, 1982; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment In the amount of $2,890.29 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for legal services and legal expenses incurred during March 1-31, 1982, |5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-066-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby authorize payment of the outstanding debt, due to New Town Lakeside State Bank, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Four Bears Motor Lodge does have other outstanding obligations that are due, and funds are needed to clear all debts before we can consider leasing to other Businesses. |5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-067-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby authorize payment of the outstanding debt, due to McKenzie Electric,' and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Four Bears Motor Lodge does have other outstanding obligations that are due, and funds are needed to clear all debts before we can consider leasing to other businesses. |5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-068-AG|NONE

  • 82-069-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby supports the following recommendations for FmHA policy: (1) Reduce the interest rate on operating loans; (2) evaluate the criteria used in granting and refusing further operating loans (EXAMPLE: summer operation vs. cow/calf operation); (3) provide additional technical assistance to Indian operators in financial management; and (4) provide for approved training and screening of applicants prior to their receiving loans. | 5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-070-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council shall require that tribal employees who are chronically delinquent with house/rental payments to the Fort Berthold Housing Authority shall be required to sign an agreement to deduct rent or house payments from their wages each month; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council shall require Tribal Council members chronically delinquent with their house or rent payments shall sign an agreement to deduct said payments from their wages each month. | 5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-071-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council recognizes the need of its enrolled members who are Veterans of Foreign War's; that the spirit of Americanism is readily apparent by the large numbers of men and women who have joined America's cause in times of national strife. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes $200.00 to be paid to VFW Post 9061 from the Tribal Business Council T2 account.|5/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-072-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE' IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council, governing body of the Three Affiliated Tribes, hereby approves the Phase III drilling program as set forth above and grants permission to personnel of the Bureau of Mines and their contractors to conduct that program subject to the following conditions: 1. .The period of the project and the period of permission to enter the reservation for that purpose shall begin on the date of this resolution's approval and shall continue until the Bureau of Mines has completed the agreed upon Phase III study. 2. The Bureau of Mines or its contractor will plug all drill holes and remove all refuse from the drill sites. 3. The Bureau of Mines agrees to provide reports, including all data collected and their interpretation. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby requests that the Bureau of Mines conduct said Phase III study as set forth above and hereby grants permission for Bureau of Mines personnel and their contractors to enter the reservation going to and from the study areas. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that at the conclusion of the Phase III study, the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation and the Bureau of Indian Affairs will have exclusive rights to all resulting reports. The Bureau of Mines will direct all inquiries for information pertaining to the study to the Tribal Business Council. |5/17/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-073-AG|WHEREAS, The requests are for: Handicap Coordinator position, fuel storage at three (3) centers; addition of 16'x38' to existing tribal building (New Town Center); developmental play areas in five (5) centers, and to attend the National Head Start Training Conference; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves request for funding in the amount of $75,865.00 from the Office of Human Development Services for the Head Start Program. |5/14/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-074-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes will support congressional legislation introduced for the return of the lands in the Black Hills and that the return of such lands be sought in all forums; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby supports H.R, 5664 being introduced by Representative Shirley Chisholm (D-NY) which proposes withdrawal of 800 acres of U.S. Forest Service land from the Public Domain for a ten (10) year period as a cultural and religious resource area, and that this in no way is any settlement of the Black Hills claim. |5/14/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-075-AG|THEREFORE 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 Dennis Snow, 301-U380 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 Dennis Snow , 301-U380 under the terms and conditions as stated below: Tribal Allot. No. 597A - E1/2NE1/4, NE1/4SE1/4, N1/2NE1/4NW1/4SE1/4, Sec. 18, T. 152 N., R. 94 W., containing 125.00 acres, exclusive of minerals. Valued at $17,500.00 or $140.00 per acre. In exchange for an undivided 3244/12960 interest in Allot. No. 223A - N1/2SW1/4, S1/2NW1/4, Sec. 2, T. 148 N., R. 90 W., containing 160.00 acres, exclusive of minerals. Valued at $33,600, with Dennis Snow's interests valued at $17,646.75. A difference in value to be paid from the Judgment Fund Revenue Account in amount of $146.75.|5/14/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-076-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes do hereby enter into contract with Seneca Law Office in the areas of natural resources issues and economic development, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes the Chairman and Treasurer to negotiate a contract with Seneca Law Office subject to final approval of the Tribal Business Council. | 5/14/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-077-AG|WHEREAS, The timing of the announced closure of the Wahpeton Indian School was not adequate for a fair evaluation and the plans for closure was not consulted to the Wahpeton Indian School. Board or the tribes they represent; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Wahpeton Indian School Board file a lawsuit against the Bureau of Indian. Affairs for not consulting the Wahpeton Indian School Board or the tribes involved in a correct and reasonable manner. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes support the Wahpeton Indian School. | 5/20/1982 | Y|Active|

  • 82-078-AG|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 Emmanuel Wells, 301-U1461 for cash consideration of $ 20,000.00 , which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Judgment Fund Revenue 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 301-814A, DESCRIPTION Sec. 15, T. 148 N., R. 92 W., ACRES 160.00 - Exclusive of minerals.|5/21/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-079-AG|WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council having duly employed attorney John O. Holm, to prosecute the lawsuit between the Three Affiliated Tribes and Wold Engineering for redress of damages suffered for the unfit design of the Four Bears water intake system; and WHEREAS, John 0. Holm, in the litigation of said lawsuit has expended $546.69 in time and expenses in the arguing of the appeal of said matter to the North Dakota Supreme Court; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council authorize payment in the sum of $546.69 to John O. Holm for the work performed to date with respect to the lawsuit of Three Affiliated Tribes vs. Wold Engineering. |5/21/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-080-AG|WHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes have proposed amendments to the agreement between the State and the Corps of Engineers providing that the Corps and the Tribes may enter into an agreement providing for tribal control of or participation in fish and wildlife management in the Taking Area lands within the exterior boundaries of the Reservation, and providing that the license for lands within the Reservation boundaries may be transferred to the Tribes; and WHEREAS, The Corps of Engineers has proposed the attached slightly modified version of these amendments; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the attached proposed amendments to the licenses between the State and the Corps of Engineers be, and the same hereby are, approved. |5/21/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-081-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following sixty-five (65) Applicants. | 5/21/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-082-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $4,062.07 to Internal Revenue Service for Penalties and interest due for late payments; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this amount be paid from the Tribal T/2 Account.|5/21/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-083-AG|WHEREAS, On November 12, 1981 the Tribes acting through the Tribal Business Council and the law firm of Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker "the attorneys" agreed that the attorneys would donate $113,777.10 to the Tribes for the specific purpose of funding a tribal hospital and the attorneys made the donation by not drawing the full fee, but in drafting up papers for the Judgement Plan the $113,777.10 donation was inadvertently omitted; and WHEREAS, The per capita payment called for under the present Judgement Plan are expected to be distributed around August 1, 1982 if there is no delay, and this schedule is of great importance to the tribal members. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribes hereby request Senators Andrews and Burdick and Congressman Dorgan to introduce and seek the passage of legislation that would amend pending Judgement Plan so as to set aside $113,777.10 out of the Judgement as a special fund to be used by the Tribes for construction and maintenance of a tribal hospital. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this legislation be abandoned if it appears that it cannot be completed by the time the Bureau is ready to make the per capita payment. |5/21/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-084-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Treasurer to obtain a loan from the Lakeside State Bank not to 'exceed $150,000.00 on a sixty (60) day note. |6/4/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-085-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, Contract No. A00C14200802, has submitted voucher for payment of General Counsel Services rendered May 1 - May 31, 1982; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $2,970.00 to Vance Gillette for General Counsel Services rendered May 1 - May 31, 1982. |6/4/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-086-AG|NOW, 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 the Three Affiliated Tribes be granted. $82,479.00. |6/4/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-087-AG|WHEREAS, This grant request is for two allocations, one for $300,952 for the basic Head Start costs and for an additional $8,812 for the Handicapped, Component and, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That this request for funding be approved. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That any executive committee member be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council. |6/4/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-088-AG|NOW BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes $2,000.00 for consultant services for the Fort Berthold Transportation Commission from the Tribal T/2 Account; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Fort Berthold Transportation Commission hire and supervise the consultant.|6/4/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-089-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following sixty-eight (68) applicants.|6/4/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-090-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following fifty (50) applicants.|6/10/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-091-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED That persons who feel they meet the constitutional membership requirements and who are not already enrolled with the Three Affiliated Tribes will have until 4:30 P.M., Friday, July 9, 1982, to submit an application for enrollment to the, Tribal Business Office, whereupon applications for those persons born on, or prior to, and living on May 26, 1982, will be processed to determine eligibility for membership and per capita distribution under Dockets 350-G and 54-81L. |6/10/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-092-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that it was the intent of the Tribal Business Council by including the additional paragraph covering the collection of delinquent debts owed the Three Affiliated Tribes in accordance with Resolution #82-10, to provide for the collection of delinquent debts owed the Tribal Housing Authority, Tribal loans, and Tribal Court fines. |6/10/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-093-AG|WHEREAS, The Natural Resources Department must increase the enforcement efficiency of the Game and Fish Division, to provide better management of the Tribes wildlife resource; and, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That provisions 18-1-2, 18-3-1, 18-4-1, 18-5-1, 18-6-1, be amended to read as follows: "Any person violating a provision of this chapter for which a penalty is not specifically provided is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall be subject to a fine not to exceed five hundred and 00/100 dollars ($500.00); and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the amendment will become effective immediately upon Tribal Business Council approval. | 6/10/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-094-AG|WHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker, Contract No. A00C1420-1145, have submitted voucher for payment of legal services in the amount of $6,381.04 rendered during April 1-30, 1982; and WHEREAS, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker have submitted voucher for payment of legal expenses in the amount of $1,193.61 Incurred during April, 1982; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $7,574.65 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for legal services and legal expenses incurred during April 1-30, 1982. |6/10/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-095-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes contract with the Natural Resources Department for a one year period beginning May 1, 1982, to assist the tribal government in achieving its goals and purposes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Natural Resource Department is authorized to contract under P.L. 96-638 $14,500.00 with the Aberdeen Area Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs, to underwrite the operating and maintenance costs of fulfilling the tribal goals under this proposal. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribe's Natural Resource Committee be assigned to monitor this project. | 6/10/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-096-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes contract with the EPA for a one-year contract for the continuation of the Pesticide Enforcement Program grant during Fiscal Year 1983. |6/10/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-097-AG|NONE

  • 82-098-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby contributes sponsorship of $500.00 to the Native North American Pride; an Odyssey from the Tribal Council Travel T/2 account. | 6/10/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-099-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council that Mr. Harrison Fields be removed from his duties immediately for the above reasons and to prevent further damage of services the Bureau of Indian Affairs is responsible to provide the Indian people of the Fort Berthold Reservation. |6/10/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-100-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following eighty-six (86) applicants. |6/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-101-AG|WHEREAS, As lately, Mr. James Quackenbush refuses to work with the Indian rancher, and problems regarding the use of the Porta-Pens has resulted because of this; NOW, THEREFORE, BE'IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby requests the local Bureau of Indian Affairs Range Office to continue working with the Indian rancher at branding time and during the cattle count, and to make available to the Indian rancher Porta-Pens in each district as "practiced In the past. |6/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-102-AG|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes $2,000 to each community from the Tribal T/2 Account, to be reimbursed from the Community Development Funds when Tribal Census is completed and money is distributed to communities. |6/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-103-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes $4,565.00 interest monies to be given to the Four Bears Motor Lodge for payment of expenses from Certificate of Deposit invested with the Dakota Northwestern Bank. |6/18/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-104-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council, on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes, forthwith accepts the proposed agreement submitted thereto by Farmers Union Central Exchange, Inc., as identified herein above, and shall enter into a formal written agreement with said Farmers Union Central Exchange, Inc., whereby the proposed agreement herein shall be implemented; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council, on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes and in conjunction with the individual Indian allottee over whose respective lands the existing petroleum products pipeline crosses, shall negotiate with Farmers Union Central Exchange, Inc., for the purpose of securing therewith a reasonable settlement whereby said Farmers Union Central Exchange, Inc., shall agree to pay to the Three Affiliated Tribes and to said individual allottee compensation as consideration for the grant thereby of a retrospective right-of-way during the period having commenced on the date of the expiration of the former twenty (20)-year right-of-way (i.e., July 14, 1980) and terminating on the date next preceding the initial effective date of the proposed renewed right-of-way. |6/21/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-105-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes go on record as supporting the Indian Board of Education for the Pierre Indian Learning Center in its request to the BIA for a continuing contract to operate the school as a special needs center; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes notify the Aberdeen Area Office and the Washington, D.C. Central Office of the BIA of its action this day. |6/21/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-106-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following forty-seven (47) applicants.| 7/2/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-107-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Treasurer to advance White Shield Community $5,000.00 of their share of Community Development Funds; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this amount shall be deducted from White Shield Community's share of Community Development, founds when they are paid out after the Tribal Census is completed.|7/2/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-108-AG|THEREFORE: 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 . Milton R. Beaks, 301-U2702 for cash consideration of $3,500.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Land Revenue 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. 301-3165 DESCRIPTION Sec. 17, T. 152 N., R. 92 W., Lot 16 of Block 3 of Highland Village Addition in the City of New Town, ACRES .01.|7/2/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-109-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED,, that the Tribal Business Council, on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribe's, forthwith accepts the proposed agreement submitted thereto by Farmers Union Central Exchange, Inc. as identified herein above, and shall enter into a formal written agreement with said Farmers Union Central Exchange, Inc., whereby the, proposed, agreement herein shall be implemented; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council, on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes and in conjunction with the Individual Indian allottee over whose respective lands the existing petroleum products pipeline crosses, shall negotiate with Farmers Union Central Exchange, Inc., for the purpose of securing therewith a reasonable settlement whereby said Farmers Union Central Exchange, Inc., shall agree to pay to the Three Affiliated Tribes and to said individual allottee compensation as consideration for the grant of right-of-way beginning July 14, 1982 and terminating twenty (20) years from aforementioned date thereby of a retrospective right-of-way during the period having commenced on the date of the expiration of the former twenty (20) year right-of-way (i.e. July 14, 1980) and terminating on the date next preceding the initial effective date of the proposed renewed right-of-way; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council shall accept the amount of trespass fee to be determined by the Superintendent for the two (2) year lapse from July, 1980 to July, 1982 that the allottees shall receive. |7/2/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-110-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes supports the recommendation of the Human Resources Committee about the scale and cost of injuries which have occurred and pledges .the Tribe's commitment to work towards resolving this health problem and authorizes the development and implementation of a Community Injury Control Program on the Fort Berthold Reservation; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council appoints the following representatives and staff persons to participate on the Service Unit's Community Injury Control Program and make monthly progress reports back to the Council. 1. Michael Yellow Bird, 2. Gary Noonan, 3. Jim Foote, 4. Human Resources Committee.|7/2/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-111-AG|WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise has designated present Board members Phyllis Howard, Albert White Calf and Thomas Wells as the three Business Council representatives, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council endorse and recognize the three above named individuals as the official representatives of the Business Council.|7/2/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-112-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes donation of $500.00 to the family of the late Willard Little Owl, Sr. and expresses their sincere sympathy to his Immediate family. |7/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-113-AG|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council authorizes payment of $125.00 to the Democratic NPL for five (5) tickets for the dinner with Senator Burdick and Congressman Dorgan. |7/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-114-AG|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby recommends to and strongly urges the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency of the Bureau of Indian Affairs that said Superintendent forthwith cause to be implemented whatever formal procedures are required for the immediate removal of James Quackenbush from Federal services as an employee of the Fort Berthold Agency of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.| 7/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-115-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, Contract No. A00C14200802, has submitted voucher for payment of General Counsel Services rendered June 1 - June 30, 1982; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $5,720.00 to Vance Gillette for General Counsel Services rendered June 1 - June 30, 1982. | 7/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-116-AG|WHEREAS, The Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker, Contract No. A00C1420-1145, have submitted voucher for payment of legal services in the amount of $6,174.07 rendered during May 1-31, 1982; and WHEREAS, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker have submitted voucher for payment of legal expenses in the amount of $299.38 incurred during May 1-31, 1982; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $6,473.45 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for legal services and legal expenses incurred during May 1-31, 1982. |7/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-117-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes under the Authority of PL 93-638 recontract for a one (1) year period beginning October 1, 1982 through September 30, 1983 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the program budgets shall be submitted at the 75% of the lessor FY 82 or 83 allocations as follows: 75% - Home Improvement $90,000.00, Adult Education $19,900.00, Tribal Work Experience $65,700.00, Fish and Game $40,800.00, Criminal Justice $77,600.00, , Summer Youth Day Camp $18,900.00, Jailer Dispatcher $59,700.00, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary or Treasurer shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council.|7/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-118-AG|WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council wishes to recognize Mr. Ken Deane, Jr., Tribal Planner, for his outstanding job performance for bringing the Three Affiliated Tribes approximately $.8 million dollars in grants, and WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council, in recognition "of Mr. Deane, purchased a plaque which was given to him at the White Shield Pow Wow, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $50.89 to Services Unlimited Capitol Trophy for purchase of one plaque for Mr. Ken Deane, Jr. |7/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-119-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That The Tribal Business Council authorizes August Little Soldier, Vice Chairman, and Gerald White, Treasurer, to vote on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes and Willard Yellow Bird, Council member, shall be the alternate. |7/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-120-AG|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council redesignate the construction and use of the dome to the KMHA radio station; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That an ample amount of tribal land directly south of the Tribal Administration Building be authorized for use by the KMHA radio station to construct the dome, STL antenna and satellite dish.|7/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-121-AG|WHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes is in arrears on their payment to the U.S. Treasury on the revolving loan program; the total payment is $7,835.80 and there is a total of $5,500.00 in the T/2 Corporation Credit fund; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council that the remaining $2,335.80 be paid from local tribal funds to bring the payments to the U.S. Treasury current. | 7/8/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-122-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of applicants. :he following ninety-four (94) |7/15/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-123-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED That the following eighty-three (83) applications for enrollment are officially disapproved as they do not meet the enrollment requirements of our Tribal Constitution, | 7/15/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-124-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that some of the judgment funds awarded under Dockets 350-G and 54-81L be reserved in an escrow account to cover those enrollment applications still pending, "and that a per capita payment be made to enrolled and eligible members of the Three Affiliated Tribes as soon as possible. | 7/15/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-125-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby appoints the following qualified voters to serve as the Tribal Election Board: Laverne Birdsbill, Norma Wolf, Richard Hosie, Reve Boepple, Thomas Wells Jr. 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 $40.00 per day and 20c per mile to be disbursed upon submission of Tribal Election Board minutes to the Tribal Chairman and Tribal Treasurer.|7/15/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-126-AG|THEREFORE,BE IT RESOLVED, that the Chairman of the Advisory Board on behalf of the twenty-two reservations in the five-state area of INMED - approximately 100,000 people - requests continuation of funding for the INMED Program and funding for the new scholarships each year. |7/30/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-127-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes request continuation of Indian Health Care Improvement Scholarships Section 103 and 104 with the same level of new starts each-year, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Tribal Business Council rejects the proposed phase out of this very necessary program and requests continuation of the INMED Program to reconcile this money to be cost effective as shown by INMED's track record. |7/30/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-128-AG|WHEREAS, This Tribal Business Council by Resolution #82-76 authorized the Chairman and Treasurer, to negotiate a contract with the Seneca Law Office, and WHEREAS, Such a contract was negotiated and executed by the Chairman on June 28, 1982, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the execution of that contract, a copy of which is attached, is hereby ratified and approved. | 7/30/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-129-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, has submitted voucher for payment of a Statement of expense for February, 1982 to June, 1982 under Contract #A00C14200802 between the Three Affiliated Tribes and Vance Gillette; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $2,579.03 to Vance Gillette for expenses (reimbursement of cash advanced) from February, 1982 to June, 1982.| 7/30/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-130-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby makes formal request of the Acting Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency of the Bureau of Indian Affairs that he, pursuant to the authority vested in him by. 25 C.F.R. § 251.13, forthwith pursue any and all requisite actions to cause the representatives of EJ's Car and Truck Company and the used motor vehicles, situated on the land adjacent to the premises known as the Spotted Horn Store, in Mandaree, North Dakota, to be removed from the limits' of the Fort Berthold Reservation; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the, Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby makes further formal Indian Affairs that he recommend to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that that any penalties, prescribed by 25 U.S.C. § 264 and by 25 C.F.R. § 251.3, be imposed against said EJ's Car and Truck ... Company as the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, within his discretion and under the circumstanced, should deem appropriate. |8/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-131-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE'IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes continue to retain John O. Holm of Beyer & Holm Law Offices, Dickinson, North Dakota, for the purpose of continuing his representation of the Three Affiliated Tribes, in the capacity of Attorney of Record therefor in the case of Three Affiliated Tribes vs. Wold Engineering and of bringing the decision of the Supreme Court of North Dakota before the Supreme Court of the United States for review; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes negotiate a reasonable professional fee arrangement with said John O. Holm in consideration for the legal services to be rendered by Mr. Holm in his capacity as Attorney of Record for the Three Affiliated Tribes in the appeal of the decision of the Supreme Court of North Dakota in Wold Engineering.|8/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-132-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes supports continued Congressional appropriations for the Cooperative Extension Services Program for FY-1983.|8/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-133-AG|NOW 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 Mandaree District School Board and White Shield District School Board and their right to contract with the Aberdeen Area Office (BIA Chapter I) for services for 1982-83. | 8/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-134-AG|NOW 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 Chapter I) for services for 1982-83. | 8/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-135-AG|WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes has contracted to administer the Johnson O'Malley Program for Indian students attending school in the Fort Berthold Headstart Centers - $7,920.00 ; Parshall School District #3 - $12,210.00 ; and the New Town School System - $41,580.00 ; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Johnson O'Malley Program contract for $50,721.00 be renewed for the fiscal year, 1983, 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. |8/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-136-AG|THEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the 1/3 undivided interest from Vernon Lockwood, 301-U2063 for a cash consideration of $7,533.33 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. 301-259A Description N1/2SW1/4, Sec. 14, T. 150 N. R. 90W. Exclusive of minerals. 80 Acres|8/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-137-AG|WHEREAS: the Natural Resources Committee of the Tribal Business Council approved the allocation not to exceed $30.00 to update an Abstract for the White Shield Lagoon Area, and THEREFORE: Be it resolved that the Tribal Business Council hereby approved the allocation, not exceeding $30.00, from the Judgment Fund Revenue Account|8/6/1982|Y|Rescinded by 83-139-S on 9/2/1982|

  • 82-138-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that after a through considerations of all community development needs within the Fort Berthold Reservation the activities to be requested for the FY 82 Community Development Block Grant shall be as follows: Housing Rehabilitation Activity; $100,000, Grant Administration and Code Reinforcement; $67, 915.00. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council, as the eligible applicant hereby assures and certifies that:|8/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-139-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council approve the use of $63,000 in 93-638 funds, $25,000 of which will be used by the Business Council to produce a documentary film on the History of the Three Affiliated Tribes and the remainder to be used by the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise for dome construction; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council requests an extension for use of FY82 Public Law 93-638 monies for the above use.|8/10/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-140-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that, in the event that an incumbent general, member of the Tribal Business Council, who is not up for reelection, but who has two (2) years remaining in his or her elected term, should become a candidate for the office of Chairman, such Council member must submit, his or her resignation as a general member of the Council on the date of the filing of his or her Notice of Candidacy for Tribal Office with the Secretary of the Tribal Business Council, said resignation to be effective on the date of the installation of the newly-elected and certified Council members; that, upon such resignation (on the date of the filing of the Notice of Candidacy), the Tribal Business Council shall forthwith declare the seat of such Council member vacant and to be filled by popular election for a two (2)-year term, and shall forthwith cause notice of such to be published; that such Council member shall continue his or her membership as a general member of the Council until the date of the installation of the newly-elected and certified Council members; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Election Ordinance of the Three Affiliated Tribes (Ordinance'72-1 as revised) be forthwith amended so as to include a new, additional provision, cited as Subsection "g)" of Section 2 of Part II thereof, such provision to read as follows: "In the event that an incumbent general member of the Tribal Business Council, who is not up for reelection, but who has two'(2) years remaining in his or her elected term, should become a candidate for the office of Chairman, such Council member must submit his or her resignation as a general member of the Council on the date of the filing of his or her Notice of Candidacy for Tribal Office with the Secretary of the Tribal Business Council, said resignation to be effective on the date of the installation of the newly-elected and certified Council members. Upon such resignation (on the date of the filing of the Notice of Candidacy), the Tribal Business Council shall forthwith declare the seat of such Council member vacant and to be filled by popular election for a two (2)-year term, and shall forthwith cause notice of such to be published. Such Council member shall continue his or her membership as a general-member of the Council until the date of the installation of the newly-elected and certified Council members." BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the amendment to the Election Ordinance of the Three Affiliated Tribes, as set forth herein above, shall become effective immediately and shall be complied with in the conduct of the General Election to be held on the 2:1st day of September, 1982. | 8/23/1982|Y|Rescinded by 82-158-AG on 8/27/1982|

  • 82-141-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes that the vacant seat for the South Segment be placed on the Regular Election ballot of September 21, 1982, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the candidate with the highest votes shall fill the four year- term and the next highest shall fill the two year term on the Tribal Business Council representing the South Segment, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that public notice shall be given that the vacancy shall be on the September 21, 1982 ballot and candidates may file till 5:00 P.M. on August 30, 1982. | 8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-142-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes that $200.00 be donated to the Twin Buttes Pow Wow from the Tribal T/2 Account.| 8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-143-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes reimbursement of transportation costs incurred by Mr. William Schroeder who appeared for Interview with the Tribe for position of Tribal Comptroller, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council authorizes payment of transportation costs for Mr. Dennis Maddock who will be interviewed by the Tribe for position of Tribal Comptroller; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that payment of these costs shall be paid from the Tribal T/2 Account, or other proper program consultant line Item. |8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-144-AG|WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, in connection with the submission of that LIHEAP Plan must resolve and make certain designation and assurances; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: 1. That the Tribal Business Council enter into an agreement to receive 1.98 Percent from the North Dakota State Allocation of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance, for a total of, $ 2______. That the Tribal Business Council Entered into an agreement to use 2 percent of the benefit allocation for the Energy Crisis Intervention Program for emergency services, for the total of $ . 3_____. That the Tribal Business Council duly authorizes the execution and filing of this application, including all understandings and assurances contained in this application. 4. 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 Home Energy Assistance Program funded under this plan. 5. That the Tribal Business Council has directed and authorized Arnie Guimont, Administrator, Material Resource Department to be identified as official contact person for the Three ; Affiliated Tribes Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. That the Tribal Business Council possess the authority under the Constitution of the Three Affiliated Tribes to enter into an agreement to implement the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Plan. |8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-145-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of Fort Berthold Reservation as follows: 1. That there exists on the Fort Berthold Reservation a need for such Mutual-Self-Help housing which is not being met by private enterprise; 2. That the application of the Local Authority to the Government for a preliminary loan in an amount not to exceed $90,000.00 for surveys and planning in connection with Mutual-Self-Help housing projects of not to exceed approximately 25 dwelling units is hereby approved. | 8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-146-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Tribal Business Council of the of Fort Berthold Reservation as follows: Three Affiliated Tribes 1. That there exists on the Fort Berthold Reservation a need for such low-rent housing which is not being met by private enterprise; 2. That the application of the Local Authority to the Government for a preliminary loan in an amount not to exceed $175,000.00 for surveys and planning in connection with low-rent housing projects of not to exceed approximately 50 dwelling units in hereby approved. |8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-147-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council authorizes a loan of $3,000 from the Tribal T/2 Account to cover salary and expenses for the Transportation Commission (budget attached), and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Fort Berthold Transportation Commission shall repay $3,000 to the Tribal Business Council when income to the Commission becomes available.| 8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-148-AG|WHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker contract #A00C14201145 have submitted voucher for payment of legal services in the amount of $4,534.65 and legal expenses in the amount of $763.69 incurred during the month of June, 1982, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $5,298.34 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker for legal services and legal expenses incurred for the month of June, 1982. |8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-149-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, Contract No. A00C14200802, has submitted voucher for payment of General Counsel Services rendered July 1 - July 31, 1982; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $2,640.00 to Vance Gillette for General Counsel Services rendered July 1 - July 31, 1982. |8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-150-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council approves the attached budget for $18,000 for expenses of the 1982 General Election.|8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-151-AG|WHEREAS, Part IV, Section 1(b) of the Election Code provides for the appointment of Three Tribal Council members who not up for re-election to serve on the Certification Board in the event the Tribal Election Board fails to certify results of the election, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council approves the appointment of Gerald White, Sr., Matthew Mason, and Roy Bird Bear to serve as the Certification Board. | 8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-152-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Three Affiliated Tribes extend a supporting letter and appreciation of thanks to oil companies participating .and promoting minority enterprises on the Fort Berthold Reservation. | 8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-153-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, encourages all motor carriers and contractors of mineral lease activity work from oil companies on the Fort Berthold Reservation complete professionally and completely utilizing the highest professional standards available; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the oil companies be encouraged using a competitive bidding process so as to not encourage over pricing from minority owned businesses on the Fort Berthold Reservation.|8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-154-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes that the Personnel Director position shall be abolished and changed to Personnel Officer, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the position of Administrative Assistant shall be changed to Personnel Officer and placed under the direct supervision of the Tribal Programs Manager. |8/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-155-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the tribes FY - 1982 operating budget be revised in accordance with the attached operating budget dated August 27, 1982. |8/27/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-156-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Three Affiliated Tribes will continue to strengthen existing health services through a master contract with Indian Health Service in which Indian Health Service will provide funds at the following amounts: Community Health Representative $169,771.00; Alcoholism $60,155.00; and Physician Extender $92,249.92; at total of $322,175.00. The indirect cost rate of 16.6% is included. |8/27/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-157-AG|NONE

  • 82-158-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that, in the event that an incumbent general member of the Tribal Business Council, who is not up for reelection, but who has two (2) years remaining in his or her elected term, should become a candidate for the office of Chairman, such member shall continue his or her membership on the Council pending the outcome of the election for the office of Chairman. In the event that such member should be elected as Chairman, he or she must resign as general member of the Council on the date of the installation of the newly-elected and certified Council members, and the newly constituted Business Council must appoint a qualified Tribal member from the segment in which the vacancy occurs to serve the remaining two (2) years of the unexpired term of such member. On the other hand, in the event that such member should fail to be elected as Chairman, he or she shall continue membership on the Business Council and serve the remaining two (2) years of his or her unexpired term. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Subsection g of Section 2 of Part II \ of the Election Ordinance of the Three Affiliated Tribes (Ordinance 72-1, as revised May 29, 1980) be forthwith amended to read as follows: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the amendment to the Election Ordinance of the Three Affiliated Tribes, as set forth herein above, shall become effective immediately and shall be complied with in the conduct of the general Election to be held on the 21st day of September, 1982. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Resolution #82-140, duly adopted by the Tribal Business Council, on the 23rd day of August, 1982, be forthwith rescinded in all respects.|9/2/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-159-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Mr., Austin H, Gillette, Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes, hereby declares September, 1982 as Fort Berthold Pre-Schooler Immunization Month; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council encourages all mothers of preschoolers to update their child's immunizations, appropriate for age, in September, 1982. | 9/2/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-160-AG|WHEREAS, The Material Resource Department has no account to pay for the Advertising costs totaling $509.00; and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ,RESOLVED, that the advertising costs be paid from the _____________ Account.|9/2/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-161-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the date of the 1982 Regular Election shall hereby be extended for a period of seven (7) days beyond the third Tuesday of September, and that said Regular Election shall be held on the 28th day of September, 1982. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That any and all time periods, as prescribed by the Election Ordinance 72-1, as revised May 29 1980) with remain to be complied with by the Tribal Election Board in the conduct of the 1980 Regular Election, shall be extended accordingly period of seven (7) days], and that specifically with regard to absentee voters, and any non-resident qualified voter of the Three Affiliated Tribes shall be sent an absentee ballot for the purpose of voting , if written request therefore is received by the Secretary of the Tribal Business Council on or before the 18th day of September, 1982. | 9/2/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-162-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Land described as _________be provided to the Fort Berthold Community College; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that should land become available next to this existing site, the college would receive primary consideration for future development. |9/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-163-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Fort' Berthold Community College receive 75% of the next five (5) years annual allocation of the Tribal Judgement Interest for site development; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that in each succeeding year after the first five years period the Fort Berthold Community College would be an eligible institution for Three Affiliated Tribes scholarship awards. | 9/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-164-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council fully support a voluntary payroll deduction plan for participation by tribal employees that they might contribute to the Fort Berthold Community College.|9/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-165-AG|NONE

  • 82-166-AG|NONE

  • 82-167-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, Contract No. A00C14200802, has submitted voucher for payment of General Counsel Services rendered August 1 -August 31, 1982; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $2,266.00 to Vance Gillette for General Counsel Services rendered August 1 - August 31, 1982.|9/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-168-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, has submitted voucher for payment of a Statement of expense for June, 1982 to August, 1982 under Contract #A00C14200802 between the Three Affiliated Tribes and Vance Gillette; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $ 455.06 to Vance Gillette for expenses (reimbursement of cash advanced) from June, 1982 to August, 1982.|9/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-169-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation support the air quality standards of the Clean Air Act Amendment of 1977, including those established to prevent the significant deterioration of air quality, and oppose any weakening of those standards; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes support a legislative amendment to the Clean Air Act which authorizes Indian tribes to assume full regulatory authority under the Act, with approved tribal air quality programs and which provides such funding as may be necessary to accomplish this important goal of tribal self-determination; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes urge the federal government including members of Congress and executive branch officials to support a legislative proposal to amend the Clean Air Act consistent with this resolution and the legitimate rights, needs and aspirations of Indian peoples. | 9/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-170-AG|WHEREAS, Vance Gillette has satisfactorily served as legal counsel. Contract No. A00C14200802, since March 6, 1981 and his Contract is up for renewal. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the attached attorney contract between the Three Affiliated Tribes and Vance Gillette is hereby approved.|9/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-171-AG|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $500.00 from the Tribal T/2 Account to the National Congress of American Indian (NCAI) for payment of annual membership dues.|9/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-172-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following twenty-seven (27) applicants. |9/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-173-AG|WHEREAS, These lands are identified as follows: 1. All Tribal tracts abutting or adjacent to the 12 identified recreation sites within the boundaries of the Fort Berthold Reservation. It will include those tracts within a one-half mile radius of the boundaries of the identified sites which provide or can provide access to said sites, and 2. The area which is commonly referred to as the "Bull Pasture" which contains the Night Walker archaeological site which should be preserved by the Tribes for it's historical value to the Tribes, and 3. The area commonly known as "Little Shell Point", WHEREAS, The Tribes realizes the value of protecting these lands for the future benefit of the Tribes, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the involved tracts of land identified above will not be available for exchange in future land transactions, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Natural Resources Department will provide a detailed list and map of those Tribal tracts involved. |9/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-174-AG|WHEREAS, The meals for ..the elderly should be continued immediately, because of economic hardship it causes on the elderly. NOW THEREFORE, BE. IT RESOLVED, that the five cook positions be funded: from the T/2 budget until revenue sharing funds are received. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the T/2 account provide a. total of $1,789. 69 for five cooks at $4.15 per hour for five days per week for three weeks.|9/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-175-AG|WHEREAS, Three enrolled members were selected by Councilwoman Marie D. Wells to register people attending the Convention beginning September 26-September 29, 1982; and WHEREAS, Katherine White Bear, Irene Meyers, and Donna Irwin Barrows were selected to register and work at registration desk collecting fees and typing name cards, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby go on record to pay Irene Meyers $150 for three days; Katherine White Bear $150 for three days, and Donna Irwin Barrows $100 for two days.|9/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-176-AG|WHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker, have submitted voucher for payment of legal services, $6,145.82 and legal expenses, $287.03 under Contract No. #A00C14201145, rendered on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes during July 1-31, 1982. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorize payment of $6,145.82 for legal services and $287,03, totaling $6,432.75 to Wilkinson; Cragun & Barker for the month of July 1-31, 1982,|9/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-177-AG|WHEREAS, The high school annual staffs of White Shield and Mandaree High Schools are soliciting for contributions for their annual yearbooks. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby contribute a donation of $100,00 each to White Shield and Mandaree High Schools yearbooks from the T/2 Account.|9/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-178-AG|NOW, THERE-FORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that, in the event, that it should became necessary, in the conduct of the 1982 Tribal Business Council Election, to hold a special run-off-election to election successor to any position on the Tribal Business Council, the incumbent member currently holding office in any such position for which a special run-off election should become necessary to elect a successor to his or her position, shall continue to hold office and to assume, the duties and responsibilities inherent in-such position. Subsequent to the, September 28, 1982 Regular Election, until such time as his or her successor has been duly elected in-such special run-off election.|9/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-179-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That, in the event that, in the conduct of the 1982-Tribal Business Council Election, it should become necessary to hold a special run-off election to elect a successor to any position an the Tribal Business Council, such special run-off election shall be held on the 2nd day of November, 1982. |9/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-180-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $500.00 to John Fox, Sr., Alfred Driver, Bill Baker, Angus Fox, and Norman Baker for representing the Three Affiliated Tribes at the 39th Annual NCAI Convention from the Tribal T/2 Account. | 9/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-181-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby sponsors Miss Belle Dean Chase of Mandaree to represent the Fort Berthold Reservation in the 1982 Miss NCAI Pageant; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment in the amount of $500.00 from the Tribal T/2 Account to Miss Belle Dean Chase to represent the Three Affiliated Tribes in the 1982 Miss NCAI Pageant.|9/23/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-182-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby designates the following persons to fill the two (2) expired terms on the Fort Berthold Housing Authority Board of Commissioners: (1) Tillie Walker (2) Matthew Mason, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council appoints Tillie Walker Chairperson of the Fort Berthold Housing Authority Board of Commissioners.|9/24/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-183-AG|WHEREAS, On August 6, 1982, the Tribal Business council authorized John O. Holm to executed the appeal process to the United States Supreme Court; and WHEREAS, John O. Holm has filed the initial Petition for Writ of Certiorari and the expenses and legal fees for such action amount to $1656.75. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the sum of $1656.75 be paid to John O. Holm for expenses and services in that execution of the Petition for Writ of Certiorari. |10/4/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-184-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby designates the 2nd day of November, 1982 as the date on which the extended 1982 Regular Election of the Three Affiliated Tribes shall be held.|10/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-185-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that, in the conduct of the 1982 Regular Election of the Three Affiliated Tribes, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes and directs the individual, to be designated as the agent of said Tribal Business Council, to make available to any duly certified candidate for Tribal Office, upon the respective request thereby, a true and correct copy of the official list, setting forth the respective names and addresses of the nonresident eligible voters of the Three Affiliated Tribes, upon payment to said Tribal Business Council agent by the respective candidate of a nominal fee therefor, the amount of which fee shall be fairly established by the Tribal Business Council and shall be exclusively based upon the actual cost incurred in the reproduction of said official non-resident eligible voters list. | 10/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-186-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That, in the conduct and for the purpose exclusively of the 1982 Regular Election of the Three Affiliated Tribes, the following procedural duties shall be performed as specified and shall supersede any and all conflicting procedural duties currently set forth in the Election Ordinance of the Three Affiliated Tribes:|10/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-187-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that, should it prove necessary to hold a special run-off election for the purpose of electing a successor to any position on the Tribal Business Council in the conduct of the 1982 Election of the Three Affiliated Tribes, the Tribal Business Council hereby designates . the 22nd day of November, 1982 as the date on which such special run-off election shall be held. |10/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-188-AG|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Tribal Council hereby authorizes the Halliday School District to negotiate and enter a contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for the total operation of the education program for the Twin Buttes (K-8) Indian Children in the following: |10/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-189-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, Contract No. A00C14200802, has submitted voucher for payment of General Counsel Services rendered September 1 - September 30, 1982; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $3,025.00 to Vance Gillette for General Counsel Services rendered September 1 - September 30, 1982. |10/6/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-190-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the attached Budget for the Tribal Business Council for FY 1983; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Treasurer and Tribal Comptroller shall see to it that this budget is followed to its utmost and that any deviation from this budget shall be by further resolution only. |9/24/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-191-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED; that, the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby establishes that the grazing rate for Tribal lands be set at $78.00 per animal unit; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes will provide a rebate in the amount of $25.00. per animal unit to each enrolled member, bf the Three Affiliated Tribes who received an allocation in accordance with Tribal Resolution #81-155, and amendments thereto; 'and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the maximum number of animal units to receive a rebate shall be 150 head per ranch operator or the actual number of animal units allocated, whichever is the lesser number,|9/22/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-192-AG|WHEREAS, Resolution 81-259 (adopted 12/81) was approved as an interim ordinance clarifying civil jurisdiction over non- Indians in light of current case law, and the Rules of Appellate Procedure; and WHEREAS, Because of outdated inconsistent chapters-sections still in the Tribal Code, questions have arisen as to, which laws and appellate procedural rules apply. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED That the attached Resolution 81-259, as amended (1982), is hereby adopted. |10/22/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-193-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the fee schedule below is hereby adopted: 1. Attorneys licensed to practice (in any jurisdiction) who have practiced : A. 1 to 5 years shall pay a yearly license fee of forty dollars ($40.00). B. 5 years and up shall pay a yearly fee of eighty dollars ($80.00) . BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That said fee schedule set out above which allows licensed attorneys to practice in tribal court, shall supersede any and all prior provisions or laws on attorney license fees. |10/22/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-194-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the said Tribal Attorneys and Tribal Chairman to meet with the Attorney General for preliminary discussions on water issues and furthermore, the Council requests the Department of Interior, Aberdeen Area Office, to have Mr. Roger Thomas attend that same meeting, |10/22/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-195-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That, in the conduct and for the purpose exclusively of the extended 1982 Election of the Three Affiliated Tribes, the Tribal Business Council, pursuant to its Constitutional power and authority, hereby makes a rule authorizing the Tribal Election Board to cause all Election ballots to be printed on good quality paper, expressly including good quality colored paper, and that such rule shall have the effect of forthwith superseding any and all conflicting provisions currently set forth in the Election Ordinance of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 10/22/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-196-AG|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, has submitted voucher for payment of a Statement of expense for August, 1982 to September, 1982 under Contract #A00C14200802 between the Three Affiliated Tribes and Vance Gillette; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $ 307.13 to Vance Gillette for expenses (reimbursement of cash advanced) from August, 1982 to September, 1982. |10/22/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-197-AG|NONE

  • 82-198-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby allocates to the six communities on the Fort Berthold Reservation their share of community development funds for FY 1982 to be determined as follows:|10/22/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-199-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby allocates to the six communities on the Fort Berthold Reservation their share of community development funds for FY 1983 to be determined as follows:|10/22/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-200-AG|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribes approve the assignment from Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker to Charles A. Hobbs and Jerry C. Straus of the Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker interest in Contract AOOC-1420-1145, and agree that said Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker shall be relieved of all responsibility under said assignment. |10/27/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-201-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That, The Three Affiliated Tribes shall make available to Gabriella Dubois a house through the FY 1983 Home Improvement Program (HIP), budget. |10/28/1982|Y|Active, *Not Signed By The Secretary|

  • 82-202-AG|NONE

  • 82-203-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That, in the conduct and for the purpose exclusively of the extended 1982 Regular Election of the Three Affiliated Tribes, the Tribal Business Council, pursuant to its Constitutional power and authority, hereby makes a rule authorizing the Tribal Election Board to perform the duties inherent in the canvassing of absentee ballots cast in said Regular Election in the following manner: ... BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the rule made herein shall have the effect of forthwith superseding any and all conflicting provisions currently set forth in the Election Ordinance of the Three Affiliated Tribes. |10/28/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-204-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That, in the conduct and for the purpose exclusively of the extended 1982 Regular Election of the Three Affiliated Tribes, the Tribal Business Council, pursuant; to its Constitutional power and authority, hereby makes a rule authorizing the Tribal Election Board to perform the duties inherent in the canvassing of ballots cast at the Segment Election polling places in the extended 1982 Regular Election in the following manner: ... BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the rule made herein shall have the effect of forthwith superseding any and all conflicting provisions currently set forth in the Election Ordinance of the Three Affiliated Tribes.|10/28/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-205-AG|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby rules that, upon the basis of the express intent of the Election Ordinance of the Three Affiliated Tribes, in that circumstance wherein a voter has so marked his or her ballot as to place in doubt his or her intention or has otherwise incorrectly marked any portion of his or her ballot, the Tribal Election Board, in the :course of canvassing the ballots cast in an election of the Three Affiliated Tribes, must deem illegal only that portion of such ballot which has been so marked as to place in doubt the intention of the voter or has been otherwise incorrectly marked, and said Board must tally all votes cast on the remaining portion of such ballot. |10/28/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-206-AG|NONE

  • 82-207-AG|WHEREAS, Resolution 82-150 approved Election Board budget for Regular Election; and WHEREAS, The rate of pay for the Election Board was set at Forty Dollars ($40.00); and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes an increase of Ten Dollars ($10,00) to total Fifty Dollars ($50.00) a day for the members of the Election Board, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, the increase shall commence on October 28, 1982, |10/28/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-208-AG|THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Executive Committee of the Affiliated Tribes shall appoint a Better Government Committee to serve as a fundraising committee; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That any funds received shall be placed with the Finance Office for disbursement. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the funds shall be used to pay workers, inform eligible voters and provide transportation to the polls. | 10/28/1982|Y|Active, Missing Secretary signature and vote count.|

  • 82-209-AG|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council authorizes Nine Hundred Dollars ($900,00) to go toward budget to get out the vote for the Congressional Election, | 10/28/1982|Y|Active, Missing Secretary signature, date, and vote count.|

  • 82-001-S|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the official council committees be comprised as follows to conduct all Tribal Council business subject to final approval by the full Tribal Business Council: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, the committees are open to all council members who wish to participate in the business with full voting privileges to each council member and that committee Chairman shall have the following authority:| 11/29/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-002-S|NOW THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman and Treasurer are hereby authorized to sign and disburse tribal funds pursuant to the Constitution and Bylaws,. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that signature plate be ordered promptly to expedite payroll and payments to various vendors that have contracts with the Three Affiliated Tribes.|11/29/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-003-S|THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE THREE AFFILIATED TRIBES Business Council that the following sites are approved for this project: White Shield - East of Elderly - Mandaree - North of Water Tower -, Parshall - West of Elderly -, New Town - East of Apartment Project - owned by Housing Authority, .|11/29/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-004-S|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation hereby directs that the attached proposal requesting $500,000.00 in funds from the Rights Protection Division, Area Aberdeen Office, of the Bureau of Indian Affairs for the development of a tribal water use plan be forthwith submitted to that office, |11/29/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-005-S|WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council, as structured after the 1982 Tribal Elections, wishes to be informed as to the status of all accounts within the Tribal Finance Office; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council authorizes the Treasurer to schedule a Audit to be performed on all accounts within the Tribal Finance Office; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the cost of the Audit shall be charged to the T-2 Account.|12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-006-S|NOW, THEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes desire to develop a department within the Tribal government to be known as the "Department of Transportation" THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes request the Bureau of Indian Affair to assist; and work with the Tribal Attorney to develop said department and transportation system; and,|12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-007-S|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, has submitted voucher for payment of a Statement of expense for October 1, 1982 - October 31, 1982 under Contract #A00C14200802 between the Three Affiliated Tribes and Vance Gillette; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $423.33 to Vance Gillette for expenses (reimbursement of cash advanced) from October 1, 1982 through October 31, 1982. |12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-008-S|WHEREAS, Tribal Attorney, Vance Gillette, Contract No. A00C14200802, has submitted voucher for payment of General Counsel Services rendered October 1 - November 3, 1982; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $5,730.00 to Vance Gillette for General Counsel Services rendered October 1 - November 3, 1982.|12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-009-S|NOW THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes to be paid from the Tribal T/2 Account the amount of $1,535.04 for the use of the Head Start Program; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that these funds so advanced be reimbursed to the T/2 Account with Revenue Sharing Funds from the Northeast Segment. |12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-010-S|NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council that a per capital distribution be made to the membership of the Three Affiliated Tribes from the funds on deposit for 80 ineligible application. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That said payment be made before December 5, 1982. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that funds of minors be paid directly to them or their parents in accordance with 25 CFR 104.4B.|12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-011-S|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribes urge Senator Mark Andrews to accept the chairmanship of the Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs. FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribes urge Senator Andrews to do all within his power to see that Tim Woodcock and Pete Taylor remain in their present positions. |12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-012-S|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the new Tribal Business Council endorses the draft bill the same as did the previous Council, and urges Senators Andrews and Burdick, and Representative Dorgan, to support the bill and work toward its adoption into law.|12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-013-S|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribes request their Senators and Congressman to support restoration to the Tribes of all minerals owned by the United States within the Fort Berthold Reservation part of the Garrison Dam Take Area, but if this is not achievable, the Tribes would accept restoration only of those minerals that were Indian-owned at the time of the Taking in 1950. |12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-014-S|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the new Tribal Business Council endorses the attached hospital fund bill and urges Senators Andrews and Burdick, and Representative Dorgan, to support the bill and work toward its adoption into law.|12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-015-S|WHEREAS, Attorneys, Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker, Contract #AOOC14201145 have submitted voucher for payment of legal services of $4,734.70 and legal expenses of $1,208.41, incurred during the months of August 1 - 31 and September 1 - 30, 1982; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $5,943.11 to Wilkinson, Cragun & Barker, for legal services and legal expenses rendered for the months of August and September, 1982. |12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-016-S|BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Human Resources Department exists for the specific purpose of maintaining the health and safety standards of the residents of the Reservation; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes' Human Resource Department shall be authorized to apply for and administer funds to be used to provide for community education on children in automobiles; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that grant funds will also be used to provide proper child safety restraint equipment on a loan basis to community members in need of such equipment; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Administrator, Human Resources Department, shall act as project coordinator and the attached shall be the plan of operation for the coming Fiscal Year 1983. |12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-017-S|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council has appointed Dennis Huber and Mary Schoppert to four-year terms to serve as Board members on the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council has appointed Joe Deane, Jr. to serve a four-year term as Chairperson of the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners. | 12/9/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-018-S|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation stands in support of requiring continued efforts of joint funding of the Mandaree School and Twin Buttes School by both the State of North Dakota and the Bureau of Indian Affairs and of other such. Public Law 93-638 contract schools; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes support the United Tribes of North Dakota in their resolution favoring continued Bureau of Indian Affairs and State funding for Public Law 93-638 contract schools. |12/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-019-S|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation stands .in support, of requiring continued efforts of joint funding of the White Shield School by both the State of North Dakota and the Bureau of Indian Affairs and ,of such other cooperative schools; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes supports the United Tribes of North Dakota in their resolution favoring continued Bureau of Indian Affairs and State funding for cooperative schools. |12/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-020-S|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Treasurer to invest extra funds in money markets for amounts and periods of time that will not jeopardize cash flow on an ongoing basis, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Tribal funds, grants and contracts on which investments are allowable be the invested monies covered under this Resolution. | 12/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-021-S|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council supports and approves the Fort Berthold Certification Plan and Pesticide Code. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Natural Resources Department and Tribal Rangers monitor and enforce Pesticide Activities. |12/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-022-S|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, . . . That January 10-14, 1983 be recognized as Alcohol and Drug Awareness Week for the Fort Berthold Reservation. |12/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-023-S|NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation hereby makes the following offer to Duane T. Bird Bear for employment as legal staff at the Tribal Legal Department located in New Town. |12/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-024-S|NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, on December 13, 1982, the Tribal Business Council made a motion which was unanimously approved to give Jerry Ruth Birds Bill Ford full support to have the curve on her land rerouted. BE, IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council request that the Superintendent of Bureau of Indian Affairs support the Three Affiliated Tribes and Jerry Ruth Birds Bill Ford and reroute the curve upon the beginning of construction of said road for the years 1983, 1984 and 1985. |12/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-025-S|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council formally recognizes the Little Shell Livestock Association as a legal entity eligible to receive grant funding, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Little Shell Livestock Association, as an Indian association (25 CFR 151.10) is authorized to seek an allocation for Range Units No. 19, and No, 40, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Little Shell Livestock Association is directed to execute and file a proposal with the Martin Seneca Law Firm which will initiate a search for appropriate funding sources.| 12/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-026-S|THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes will initiate the procedures that will allow the cancellation of the current grazing permits for Range Units No. 18 and No. 40 and make application for allocation of those respective Range Units.|12/13/1982|Y|Active|

  • 82-027-S|WHEREAS, The Bureau of Indian Affairs Central Office in Washington D.C. has agreed that the need does exist and will attempt to locate additional monies; and WHEREAS, The Natural Resources Department Game and Fish Division has developed a proposal addressing it's needs (see attached) for submittal to the Bureau of Indian Affairs; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the attached proposal has the full support of the Tribal Business Council arid is hereby approved for submittal to the Bureau of Indian Affairs. |12/13/1982|Y|Active|

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