1987 Resolutions

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

  • 87-001-C | NONE

  • 87-002-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes Doreen Lone Fight, Station Manager of KMHA-FM Radio and Lisa Redford, Editor of the Ahead of the Herd newspaper both tribal businesses under the Charter of the Fort Berthold Communications Enterpriser forthwith take appropriate steps to secure from Lakeside State Bank, New Town, North Dakota loans in the amounts of Twenty Thousand and 00/100 ($20,000.00) each, total amount of said loans to be Forty Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($40,000,00) for the benefit of the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise dba KMHA Radio and Ahead of the Herd, Further that Doreen Lone Fight and Lisa Redford shall be authorized to execute notes herein on behalf of the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes that the land lease income in the amount of Forty Thousand and 00/100 dollars ($40,000,00) be assigned as collateral for the proposed loans herein, BE IF FURTHER RESOLVED, That these notes will be repaid from a grant of Forty Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($40,000.00) from the FY 88 Telecommunications 350-G Docket Funds, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the interest in the approximate amount of $1,850,00 each for KMHA and Ahead of the Herd loans shall be payable, in addition to the $20,000 loans, from the Docket 350 G Telecommunications line item. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-003-C | NONE

  • 87-004-C | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and directs the Tribal Social Services Program to execute and submit a Fiscal Year 1987 Application for Financial Assistance under Public Law 95-608 to the Bureau of Indian Affairs for improving child welfare services on the Fort Berthold Reservation. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the desired time period for the proposed project will be July 1, 1987 through June 30, 1988. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-005-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the contracting of Fiscal Year 1988 funding received through the Library Services and Construction Act. Title VI, Grants under Library Literacy Programs, to the Fort Berthold Community College for the purposes outlined above. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-006-C | Resolution of the Governing Body of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation Authorizing and Providing for : (1) The Issuance of an Installment Promissory Note In The Principle Amount of $2,000,000.00 To Finance The Purchase of Land, (2) The Giving of Security, (3) The Collection, Handling, and Disposition of Revenues of Land to be Purchased, and (4) Related Actions and Matters. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 87-128-TL on 8/13/1987 |

  • 87-007-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby: (1) Approves the proposed MOU attached herein as Exhibit "A" ; and Memorandum of Understanding between Bureau of Reclamation and The Three Affiliated Tribes and Bureau of Indian Affairs | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-008-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby: 1. Requests the BIA to enter into a Public Law 93-638 contract with the Three Affiliated Tribes in the amount: "The Tribes recognize that substantial additional research and analysis will be necessary to document the need for administrative and/or legislative action to implement these recommendations on the Fort Berthold Reservation. This further research and analysis will be developed in the following technical phases that encompass all the recommendations contained in the JTAC report" | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-009-C | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby; 1. Requests a Pub, L, 93-638 Contract in the amount of $50,000.00 for FY 1987 in order to carry out the Three Affiliated Tribes' Coordination of the Implementation of the Irrigation and MIR Development authorized on the Fort Berthold Reservation pursuant to the terms of the Garrison Reformulation Act, Public Law 99-294; 2. Approves the contracts of the technical consultants identified in section 3 below; 3. Requests the BIA to authorize the Tribes to enter into sole source subcontracts with the following technical consultants: a. HKM Associates of Billings, Montana, 59107; b. Dr. William Gorman of Las Cruces, New Mexico 88001; Authorizes the Tribal Chairman, Ms. Alyce Spotted Bear, to execute all the documents necessary to carry out this request. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-010-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from WANDA WOLF, 301-U1242 for cash consideration of $285.19 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Docket C-D, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. 1561 An undivided 11/216 interest of E 1/2 NW1/4 27-147-92, containing 80 acres, valued at $285.19. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-011-C | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from VERA DALENESS, 301-U1159 for cash consideration of $7,825.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Docket C-D, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. 1314 An undivided 1/2 interest of NW1/4SE1/4 36-148-89 containing 40 acres valued at $7, 825.00. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-012-C | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from IVAN YOUNG BEAR, 301-U67 for cash consideration of $1,045.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds of $762.2& from the Docket G and $282.73 from the Docket C-D, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. 1668 An undivided 11/80 interest of E1/2SW1/4 20-148-94, containing 80 acres, valued at $1,045.00. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-013-C | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from SPENCER WILKINSON, 301-U1335 for cash consideration of $27,450.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds of $18, 234.08 from the Docket C-D, and $9, 215-92 from the FYS8 Land Purchase Judgement /Revenue account, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-014-C | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Maxine Bolman, 301-U2224, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Ft Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Maxine Bolman, under the terms and condition as stated below: | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-015-C | WHEREAS, Pennzoil Exploration, Inc., bid fifteen dollars ($15.00) an acre on Tract 62 (Allotment No. 3185) and Tract 104 (Allotment 679A) at an oil and gas lease sale held by the Bureau of Indian Affairs on November 14, 1984; and WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council believes that bonus bid offered is adequate for the rights granted by the oil and gas lease. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the oil and gas leases for the above two tracts and authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and the Secretary of the Interior and his designee to do all things necessary to enter into and timely approve the attached lease option agreement. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-016-C | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes hereby amends Resolution 84-198-S Section 2(d) as follows: Individual Indian operators who were approved for allocations for the Permit Period of November 1, 1984 thru November 30, 1989 may provide contract care for livestock which does not belong to them for the 1987 grazing season under the following provision: 1. Copy of an individual contract with a subleasor must be provided to the Three Affiliated Tribes. 2. Copy of brand certification of those cattle to be grazed. 3. Any cattle entering the reservation must have a valid health certificates. (see Reso 84-165-S) 4. The carrying capacities of individual allocations will be binding to any contract care agreements. 5. Another Indian operator who has his own cattle available will be given preference to the allocation | 2/23/1987 | Y | Amended by 88-021-TL on 1-7-1988. |

  • 87-017-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes John Charging, Secretary/Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, to forthwith take appropriate steps to secure from Lakeside State Bank, New Town, North Dakota, a loan in the amount of Eleven Thousand and 00/100 Dollars to computerize the present system. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes that the land lease income in the amount of Eleven Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($11,000) be assigned as collateral for the proposed loan. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-018-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves this Financial Management Systems manual and that this manual is in full compliance with 25 CFR 276.7. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes this manual to be mailed to the Contracting Officer of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Aberdeen Area Office for Federal review and approval. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-019-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby accepts the A-128 audit for FY1985 as presented as being complete, accurate, and in full compliance with all regulations pertaining and governing to the A-128 audit. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes this audit report to be mailed to the Inspector General's office for Federal review and acceptance. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Reinstated by 88-061-TL on 2-23-1988. |

  • 87-020-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Fort Berthold Agency Superintendent and the Area Director take appropriate action to provide on going technical assistance for this effort which is estimated to cost Fifteen hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($1,500) per loan package; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That such funds be made immediately available so a technical resource can provide the services necessary to facilitate this program on the Fort Berthold Reservation. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-021-C | WHEREAS, We feel that a review of this opinion could result in giving approval to the American Indian Agricultural Credit Consortium as an approved lender under the Indian Financing Act; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Bureau of Indian Affairs request the Associate Solicitor Indian Affairs to review this decision and send a report to the Three Affiliated Tribes, Tribal Business Council. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-022-C | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Assistant Secretary make available immediately one hundred twenty thousand dollars ($120,000.00) so tribes can begin contracting to provide these needed services; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That for the second year effort. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 89-001-TL on 1-9-1989. |

  • 87-023-C | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That we request CERT to provide technical services as necessary to the Aberdeen Area Ag Development Committee to bring forth a proposal for the development of an Indian investor owned financial institution capable of providing banking and funding for economic development at our reservation level. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-024-C | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby make the following appointments for membership for the Ft. Berthold Reservation on the Souris Basin Planning Council: Appointee Ken Deane, Jr. & Alternate Leo Cummings. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-025-C | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby amends the FY 1986/EP #17 Official Revenue Sharing Budget and its authorizing Resolutions (#86-75-C and #86-208-C) in the following manner: Line Item Increased: Hobbs-Straus Law Firm Payment Amount of Increase : $1,131.00 New Official Revenue Sharing Budget. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Line Item increased above may be drawn down upon the receipt of the Revenue Sharing Reserve Fund Allocation by Electronic Funds Transfer. | 2/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-026-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $639.92 for services rendered during the month of November 1986 to Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Wilder Law Firm. | 2/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-027-C | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, hereby authorizes payment of $365.66 for services rendered during the month of December 1986 to Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Wilder Law Firm. | 2/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-028-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes will develop a Tribal Action Plan whose implementation will include use of existing resources as well as request funds to meet identified needs for facilities and services. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes request $50,000 for technical assistance in developing the Tribal Action Plan. | 2/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-029-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby requests participation under Title VI of the Older American Act for Fiscal Year 1987-1988. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That by participation in Title VI, the Tribes assure: (1) that elders receiving services under Title VI will not receive services under Title III; and (2) that there are 258 eligible elders. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That (1) the Three Affiliated Tribes make application on behalf of the Tribes for Title VI grant monies; and (2) the Chairperson of the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, sign, amend, and execute the grant agreement and any documents thereof. | 2/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-030-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby support the appointment of Maynard Good Bear, Program Director of the Three Affiliated Tribes Alcoholism Services, as the official representative on the Aberdeen Area Alcohol Program Directors Association, under Public Law 93-638. | 2/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-031-C | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby supports and urges continuance of all initiated measures to construct a separate, viable and productive Indian program that addresses the special housing needs of Indians and Alaska Natives. | 2/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-032-C | NONE

  • 87-033-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby suspends the Charter issued to the Mandaree Community known as "Mandaree, Inc.", due to the alleged unlawful acts in order to immediately preserve the Corporate assists of Mandaree, Inc.; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Corporate books, records, bank statements, and checks of Mandaree, Inc. are to be immediately turned over to the Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That Board Members of Mandaree, Inc. shall have the opportunity to appear before the Tribal Business Council on Monday, 9 March 1987, to discuss the suspension of the Charter issued to Mandaree, Inc. and to answer the allegations as set forth herein. | 2/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-034-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes payment of $1,501.16 for services rendered during the month of October, 1986 to Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Wilder Law Firm. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-035-C | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of Three Affiliated Tribes supports the cooperative Extension Service Programs and also supports the efforts of the North Dakota Senate to restore funds in HB 1005 to the level recommended by the Governor of the State of North Dakota. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-036-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes recommends that the Regional Drug. Abuse Treatment Program for the Aberdeen Area of Indian Health Service be located at the John Moses Hospital in Minot, North Dakota. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, hereby requests the North Dakota congressional delegation to assist in establishing the Regional Drug Abuse Treatment Program for Indian children at the John Moses Hospital in Minot, North Dakota. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-037-C | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the charging off of Interest on Marie Well's Corporation Credit Loan No. CF-1130 for medical reasons FURTHER RESOLVED, that new securing documents be executed by and between the borrower and lender reflecting new conditions of said Loan Agreement. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-038-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council urges Congress, acting through its Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, to restore Garrison funding to at least the FY 1987 funding level of $33 million dollars. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-039-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IS RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following one hundred eighteen (118) applicants. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-040-C | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes recommends that the Indian Health Service establish the Regional Hospital for the Aberdeen Area tribes at the John Moses Hospital in Minot, North Dakota; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes request assistance from Congressman Dorgan, Senator Burdick, and Senator Conrad in establishing the IHS Regional Hospital at the John Moses Hospital in Minot, North Dakota. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-041-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Section 4(b) of the Fort Berthold Dog Registration and Rabies Control Ordinance shall be amended to read as follows: "The owner of the dog, if known, shall be promptly notified by the Fort Berthold Housing Authority, Unless the dog is redeemed by its owner within three (3) days after such notice, or if the owner is unknown, within four (4) days after its impoundment, it shall be considered unclaimed} and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Fort Berthold Housing authority shall be authorized to impound and dispose of any dog(s) pursuant to the Fort Berthold Dog Registration and Rabies Control Ordinance, including complying with the amendments pursuant to this amended resolution. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That any owners who shall claim their dog(s) shall pay Fifteen Dollars ($15.00) per dog to the Fort Berthold Housing Authority for costs and expenses inherent thereto. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-042-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That pursuant to its constitutional power and authority, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby grants a charter to the Little Shell Livestock Association, a true and correct photo static and copy of which said charter is attached hereto} BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves of the Little Shell Livestock Association entering into a contract to pursue the intent, purposes, and objectives of the Little Shell Livestock Association Charter, | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-043-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Section 3 shall be added to Chapter IV-A of the Motor Vehicle Code, which shall read as follows: Section 3. Impoundment of Motor Vehicles-Driving without a license. Any defendant who has been convicted, three (3) times within a twelve (12) month period, of driving without a license shall subject his vehicle, as owner, to impoundment by the Court for up to thirty (30) days. Section 3A, Impoundment of Motor Vehicles-Discretionary Powers of Judges. The Judges of the Three Affiliated Tribes shall have discretionary powers for impoundment of motor vehicle for anyone convicted pursuant to Chapter IV-A, Section 3, | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-044-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby adopts the attached "Real Property and Possessory Interest Tax" code to be adopted into the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-045-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby enacts the Three Affiliated Tribes Domestic Relations Code Chapter V, for implementation in the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, a true and correct photo static copy of which is attached hereto, and which shall go into effect immediately; and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the previous Chapter V entitled, "Domestic Relations" is hereby rescinded, vacated, and repealed in lieu of enactment of Chapters V Domestic Relations, a true and photo static copy of which is attached hereto, and which shall be incorporated into the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-046-C | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby enacts the Child Welfare Code which shall be Incorporated into the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes entitled. Child Welfare Code-Chapter SA, a true and photo static copy of which is attached hereto. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-047-C | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes opposes any changes in the Fort Berthold Reservation school systems proposed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and fully supports the decisions made by the Mandaree, Twin Buttes and White Shield communities in the development of the current school systems; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the North Dakota Congressional Delegation be contacted and strongly urge their support in the Three Affiliated Tribes decision to oppose any change in the control of the school systems by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-048-C | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council in the best interests of its children request that the proposal dated March 4, 1987, by the Head Start Program to Adolph Coors Company be given top priority. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that any assistance that can be made available from Adolph Coors Company will be a sound and beneficial investment of their grant funds for this Indian community. | 3/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-001-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the appointment of Edmund White Bear as Vice-Chairman, Lawrin Hugh Baker as Treasurer, and Theodore Lone Fight, III as Secretary to serve as officers of the Executive Committee. | 3/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-002-TL | | | Missing, Rescinded by 87-114-TL on 6-29-1987. |

  • 87-003-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby request the Congress of the United States of America to make available an appropriation in the amount of $250,000,000.00 for the purpose Of making the Indian Finance Act a useful tool as it was intended when Congress passed this legislation in 1984. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Congress direct the Bureau of Indian Affairs to utilize these funds to curb the trust land alienation problem and to help the Farmers and Ranchers in the Aberdeen Area. | 3/16/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-004-TL | NOW, THEREFORE,BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby approves a loan by the White Shield Community Board's Treasurer Wayne Perkins, in the amount of $5000.00 to be made from the Lakeside State Bank to satisfy the current debt with their electric company, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That as collateral for this loan the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes an assignment against their land lease income in the amount of $5000.00 plus interest. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this loan shall be due and payable on or before 31 December 1987 and shall be paid from the Docket 350 C/D funds for Community Development for FY 1988 from the White Shield community allocation only. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the White Shield Community Board is hereby required and directed to submit to the Tribal Treasurer a full accounting of the disbursements made from the $45,000.00 paid to them from the Council's budget this current year on or before 15 June 1987. | 3/16/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-005-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby formally protests the Department of Energy's elimination of Direct Weatherization Program Funding to Tribes and the transfer of its Allocation to the State of North Dakota. FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council requests an immediate meeting take place between the affected Governmental Entities to discuss resumption of Direct Fundings and if necessary, an interim Direct Funding allocation be made to the Three Affiliated Tribes until the matter is resolved ; FURTHER RESOLVED, That Members of the Material Resource Committee and Material Resource Department Staff are authorized to make the necessary contacts, travel to meetings, 'or take any other appropriate steps to ensure that the intent of this Resolution is fulfilled. | 3/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-006-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, to forthwith take appropriate steps to secure from Lakeside State Bank, New Town, North Dakota, a loan in the amount of Ten Thousand and 00/100 Dollars, ($10,000.00) to computerize the present system. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes that the land lease Income in the amount of Eleven Thousand and 00/100 Dollars, ($11,000.00) be assigned as collateral for the proposed loan. | 3/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-007-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council urges Congress, acting through its Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, to restore Garrison funding to the level of $34.9 million. | 3/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-008-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Judge Tom M. Beyer shall be limited in his Judicial review of the election dispute to the South/Twin Buttes Segment between Ernest M, Stone and Jim Mossett | 3/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-009-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby appoints Ernest Stone to serve as the South Segment representative, until the South Segment Election has been resolved. | 3/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-010-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby designates Tribal Chairman, Edward Lone Fight and Tribal Secretary, Ted Lone Fight III, as the representatives of the Three Affiliated Tribes to the United Tribes Educational Technical Center Board of Directors of North Dakota. | 3/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-011-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby designates Tribal Chairman, Edward Lone Fight; and Tribal Treasurer, Lawrin Baker; as the representatives of the Three Affiliated Tribes to the North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission. | 3/25/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 87-222-TL on 12/10/1987 |

  • 87-012-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby renders the present Election Board, consisting of Pete Coffey, Jr,, Beulah Chapin, Curtis Banks, Ernestine Perry and Willard Yellow Bird, inactive and suspended of all duties and responsibilities inherent to the Election Board's role in the general supervision of tribal elections, until the election dispute is resolved by the Fort Berthold District Court and until further reestablished by the Tribal Business Council. | 3/25/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-013-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby request an extension of 50 days from the Bureau of Indian Affairs in which to complete this analysis. | 3/26/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-014-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Aging Services of the Human Resource Department to execute and submit an application for capital assistance in purchasing a van for elderly transportation services to the North Dakota State Highway Department's Section 16(b)2 UMTA Program FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council is authorized to sign and attest to all required assurances, certifications, verifications, etc. | 3/26/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-015-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED; That, pursuant to its constitutional power and authority, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby grants a non-profit corporate charter to the Four Bears Community Development Corporation, a true and correct photo static copy of which charter is attached hereto. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED; That, on or before April 24, 1987, the Four Bears Community bring to the Tribal Council for its consideration, By-laws developed in accordance with this approved charter. | 3/26/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-016-TL | NONE

  • 87-017-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, The Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the contracting of Fiscal Year 1987 funding received through Library Services to Indian Tribes. (LSCA Title IV), to the Fort Berthold Community College for purposes outlined above. | 4/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-018-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: That, pursuant to its constitutional power and authority, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the Bylaws of the Four Bears Community Development Corporation, a true and correct photo static copy of which Bylaws is attached hereto. | 4/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-019-TL | NONE

  • 87-020-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That this newly elected Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to its authority granted by its Constitution and Bylaws hereby rescinds Resolution #86-235-C the appointment of Paul Goodiron as the Chief Judge of the Fort Berthold Tribal Court - effective 5:00 p.m. on April 9, 1987; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby declares the Office of Chief Judge position vacant and within thirty days from this date to adopt resolutions regulating the procedure for the implementation of the Fort Berthold Tribal Court and Chief Judge position. | 4/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-021-TL|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby requests the Bureau of Indian Affairs to approve the Tribes proposal for a P.L. 93-638 contract for a ground water assessment and inventory program on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. | 4/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-022-TL |

  • 87-023-TL |

  • 87-024-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the following plan for the utilization of the residual IMPL funds available to them as stated by the Fort Berthold Agency of the Bureau of Indian Affairs All IMPL residual funds available to the Three Affiliated Tribes shall be utilized in support of general and incidental expenses in connection with the administration of B.I.A. P.L. 93-638 Contracts and Grants by the appropriate Committees. | 4/9/1987| Y | Active |

  • 87-025-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That this newly elected Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to its authority granted by its Constitution and Bylaws hereby take the following actions: i) appoints Roy Bird Bear to Chairman of the Fort Berthold Housing Authority replacing Celeste Witham as Chairperson; ii) appoints Pliga Young Bird to replace Celeste Witham on the Board; and iii) To review and evaluate the need to expand the Board of Commissioners from five to seven members. | 4/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-026-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby appoints the following Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise Board Members for the designated terms: 1 year - Bryan Brady 1 year - Wayne Hunter, 2 years - Tony Mandan 2 years - Darlene Finley, 2 years - Avis Mayer 2 years - Elgin, Crows Breast, 2 years - Delphine Danks 2 years - Delvin Driver, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the installation of the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise Board Members within five days from the date of this Resolution. | 4/9/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 87-192-TL on 10/8/1987. |

  • 87-027-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and directs the appropriate Tribal officials and representatives to provide assistance and support to the Council of Energy Resource Tribes in the negotiation with the Administration for Native Americans of the proposed amendment of CERT's February 27, 1987 ANA grant proposal enabling CERT to perform the above-identified feasibility study on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 4/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-028-TL | NONE

  • 87-029-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council: 1. Approves the application for a pre-development grant from the Office of Community Services of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services? 2. Agrees to act as fiscal agent on behalf of the proposed Three Affiliated Tribes Community Development Corporation and further agrees to transfer any grant funds received from OCS to that Corporation, without any charge or reduction; 3. Approves the Charter of the Three Affiliated Tribes Community Development Corporation consistent with the governing law of the Three Affiliated Tribes; 4. Authorizes the Tribal Chairman to execute appropriate documents to carry out these purposes. 5. Directs the Legal Department, with the approval of the Tribal Chairman, to take such further steps as are necessary to perfect the filing of these documents with the appropriate federal authorities. 6. May contract with the tribal Community Development Corporation for such services as the Tribal Business Council deems appropriate consistent with the Tribe's sovereign powers, | 4/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-030-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes will solicit proposals for the operation of the Four Bears Motel and Recreation Area. |4/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-031-TL | NONE

  • 87-032-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves of and accepts the use of the Policy delegating full administrative controls to the specific program management when contracting regulations force such action (Copy attached), BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the use of this Policy exempting these Direct Costs from the recovery of Indirect was justified based upon the verification of regulatory interpretation As told to the Tribal Controller by the Asst. Audit Supervisor of the Inspector General's Office prior to the preparation of the FY 1987" Indirect Cost Proposal and is in concurrence with the position of the Tribal Chairman and Treasurer as stated in the letter to the Office of Inspector General Audit Supervisors the original of which is hereby enclosed with this resolution, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby states that the costs exempted from the FY 1985 Direct Cost base because of thee use of this Policy is not required to pay nor should they be included in the Direct Base; to calculate "Theoretical Recovery" when determining the FY:1987 Indirect Cost Rate by the Audit Supervisor Department of Interior, Office of Inspector General. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby directs the CPA firm of Eide, Helmeke & Company to prepare an amended schedule of Federal awards to reflect the direct costs under the proper headings of "Administered by Centralized Mgmt." and "Administered by Program Mgmt." to more accurately reflect the delegation of administration used by this Tribal C-Government. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby strongly requests that the Audit Supervisor for the Office of Inspector General accept this amended Federal Awards schedule as a proper and necessary report within the A-128 Single Audit for FY 1985 and all future years, | 4/22/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-033-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and directs the Tribal Comprehensive Management Assistance Office to perform a study of the feasibility of and the development of a plan for the implementation of an intergovernmental public works program or project utilizing the available monetary and in-kind resources maintained by various Tribal, federal, and State agencies for the improvement and construction of access roads between Indian Homesites and the primary Reservation road system and the improvement of Indian Homesites in the provision of adequate protection from the meteorological elements. | 4/22/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-034-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby formally requests that Ross 0. Swimmer, in his capacity as Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs for the Department of the Interior, provide assistance to the Three Affiliated Tribes in the implementation of their proposed public works program in the following manner: 1. Identify and authorize the appropriation and allocation of available Bureau of Indian Affairs funds to support a P.L. 93-638 contract to be entered into between the Three Affiliated Tribes and the Bureau for the operation of the public works program of the Tribes. 2. Authorize the allocation of available road construction and maintenance equipment and supplies maintained by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, as requested by the Fort Berthold Agency, for use by the Three Affiliated Tribes in the performance of their obligations under said P.L. 93-638 contract. 3. Attempt to secure the appropriation of funds, and the coordination thereof, from federal agencies other than the Bureau of Indian Affairs (e.g., the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Energy, and the Indian Health Service) for the purpose of developing and implementing a joint federal agency effort to establish and fund public works programs or projects on all Indian reservations, comparable to the public works effort proposed by the Three Affiliated Tribes. |4/22/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-035-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby accepts Associate Tribal Judge Tom M. Beyers judicial review and opinion of the South Segment election dispute; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby requests the Tribal Finance and the Tribal Legal Department, to review the state of a serious funding problem in keeping the present Election Board to carry out the South Segment election and directs the Department to report to the Tribal Business Council within thirty days to make recommendations for the funding of or a plan to carry out the South election. | 5/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-036-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the "Draft Kansas Unmarked Human Burial and Skeletal Remains Protection Act and Objectives" and recommends its submittal to the Kansas State Legislature for passage at the earliest possible date. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council wishes to commend and thank Tribal Member Chester Ellis for his contribution in the development of the Draft Act and his exemplary representation of the interests of the Three Affiliated Tribes. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council also wishes to extend its gratitude to the Members of the "Writing Committee", contributors to the Committee, State and University officials, and any supporting organizations. | 5/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-037-TL | THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: The Tribal Business Council appoints the Environmental Quality Coordinator, Mr. Richard Schilf to lead a committee comprised of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent of Education, Director of Fort Berthold Housing Authority, Director of Indian Health Services, Local District Chairpersons, and the Superintendent of white Shield, Mandaree, and Twin Buttes schools to coordinate a reservation wide clean up. | 5/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-038-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council does hereby requests the Indian Health Service, Minne-Tohe Clinic provide contract and medical prescriptions for Wayne Little Soldier until the family is economically situated. | 5/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-039-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves and supports the Special Purpose Energy Application, also known as CIAP ND 5-914, that has been submitted to HUD and hereby requests favorable consideration of the application. | 5/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-040-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves this Property Management Manual that is in full compliance with 25 CFR; 276, 11, OMB Circular A-102 Attachment, N and 48 CFR 3-4, 6013. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes this manual to be mailed to the Contradicting Officer of the Bureau, of Indian Affairs, Aberdeen Area Office, for Federal review and approval, | 5/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-041-TL |

  • 87-042-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council in observance of Teacher Appreciation Week and National Teacher Day recognizes all the teachers on the Fort Berthold Reservation for their dedication and contribution to the children and our communities; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council thanks all the teachers of Headstart, our schools and the Community College for your dedicated effort, and you are appreciated as professional men and women dedicated to strengthening and building quality education for all residents of the Fort Berthold Reservation; and FURTHER RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council recognizes your hard work resulting in our young people educated to reach their full potential is a MONUMENT TO YOUR EFFORTS AND WE NOW HONOR YOU ON THE NATIONAL TEACHER DAY AND THROUGHOUT YOUR CAREERS AS YOU GREET EACH STUDENT AND SHOULDER THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF TEACHING. | 5/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-043-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council reaffirms Resolution #85-126-C that Mr. Wesley Hall be permanently employed in the Roads Department. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Fort Berthold Agency of the Bureau of Indian Affairs is hereby directed to keep the Office of the Chairman apprised of such action to permanently employ Mr. Wesley Hall. | 5/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-044-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council reaffirms and renews the lease of Rose's Kitchen to Rose Crow Flies High, beginning April 1987 to April 1988, and stipulates that in the event she becomes ill or cannot operate the business for any length of time for any reason, her daughter Roseann Johnson will operate her business in her absence. | 5/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-045-TL | NONE

  • 87-046-TL|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Vice Chairman to sign the twelve (12) oil and gas leases dated April 23, 1987, between the Three Affiliated Tribes and EP Operating Company. | 5/7/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-047-TL | NONE

  • 87-048-TL | NONE

  • 87-049-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to its authority granted by its Constitution and Bylaws hereby take the following actions: a) Appoints Adrian Foote Sr. to the Fort Berthold Housing Authority to represent the Northeast Segment; b) Appoints Luther Grinnell to represent the West Segment; c) Appoints Tribal Councilmen Lawrin Hugh Baker and Elgin Crows Breast to represent the Tribal Business Council. |5/7/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-050-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes will take the following measures to protect the Trust land base of its members: 1. The Tribal Business Council hereby requests the National Director of the FmHA to suspend all foreclosure and liquidation actions involving foreclosure or conveyance of chattel and real estate of the Indian FmHA clientele on Ft Berthold effectively immediately, 2. The Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes and designated members of the Tribal Business Council, to present to the National Director of FmHA a package Debt Settlement, offer on behalf of its tribal members. Further the Tribal Chairman and designated Tribal Business Council members are authorized to negotiate a debt settlement offer which would be acceptable to the National Director of MHA, and the tribal member borrowers; pursuant to 7 CFR Part 1864. The Tribal Business Council hereby requests the Secretary of Interior to support the Trust Land Title he holds for the beneficial interests of tribes and Alottees by demonstrating support for and providing technical assistance with these negotiations with FmHA. Should the National Director of FmHA fail to suspend foreclosure and conveyance actions taken with regard to tribal FmHA clientele, or should he refuse to enter into Debt Settlement negotiations on behalf of tribal member clientele collectively; the Tribal Business Council hereby declares its intent to seek Federal injunctive relief on behalf of its members against adverse action by the FmHA. Further the Tribal Business Council will seek to introduce Congressional legislation to accomplish forgiveness of all debt against trust lands mortgaged to FmHA and the retention of title on behalf of the tribal member allottee. | 5/14/1987 | Y | Amended by 87-106-TL on 6-23-1987. |

  • 87-051-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Federal Government take necessary action to carry out its "fiduciary responsibility" to our agriculture industry on the Ft Berthold Reservation, to prevent the alienation of. these essential trust lands by negotiating a debt settlement with the Farmers Home Administration; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT: The BIA prevent the total collapse of the Indian agricultural industry on Ft Berthold by taking immediate steps to initiate an Emergency Operating Loan Fund, utilizing the Direct Loan Program, through the Indian Finance Act; and providing the necessary technical assistance with application and packaging of these loans. | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-052-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes requests the Bureau of Indian Affairs to request the institution receiving the use of these! funds at a specific interest rate to participate in the Indian Finance Acts Guarantee Program by making loans to Indian clients. | 5/16/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-053-TL | THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby demands that the BIA Area Office Director establish a Meeting (or Meetings) within ten days of the enactment of this resolution to review Area Office Allocations with a similar demand being directed towards the BIA Central Office Allocation and Budget Priorities; FURTHER RESOLVED, That Tribal Business Council respectfully requests that the Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs and the House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee initiate a comprehensive review of the current BIA internal allocation of Appropriated Funds with the desired involvement from Tribal/Agency Level | 5/16/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-054-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council approves of the Fort Berthold Community College to submit a program of curriculum development and training for counselors through the "Fund For The Improvement of Post-secondary Education, Comprehensive Program, at the U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C." | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-055-TL | BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the following stipulations for the P.L. 93-638 contracts: 1. The School District Board will negotiate contract modifications directly with the proper authorities in the Bureau of Indian Affairs and other government agencies. Modifications will be prepared by the local school administrator or his/her designate and approved by the authorized school board representative: 2. This resolution will be effective October 1, 1987, through September 30, 1990. 3. The School Board will be granted access to contracting government agencies' records according to their laws and regulations; 4. The School Board will have the right of appeal to the laws and regulations of the contracting government agencies: . The Tribe retains the right to request the government agencies to retrocede; however, the School Board will be allowed a hearing prior to the request; 6. The Tribe will not rescind this resolution without allowing the School Board a hearing and recourse under due process laws. | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-056-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that after thorough consideration of this partnership the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Twin Buttes Community Development organization to meet with ANG officials and endeavor to secure from ANG Coal Gasification Company a building facility suitable to the community's needs. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council encourages the ANG Coal Gasification Company to work with the Twin Buttes Development organization as part of its local commitment to the Three Affiliated Tribes and its members. | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-057-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Material Resource Committee has reviewed the community development needs of the South Segment and has recommended that the Twin Buttes Community Center Facility be given the Number One Priority Activity ranking in the FY 1988 CDBG process. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council directs the Material Resource Department and Comprehensive Management Assistance Office to provide the technical assistance necessary to the Twin Buttes Community organization to ensure that this community development goal be complied with during the FY 1988 CDBG process. | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-058-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of land, exclusive of minerals, 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 Mercy Walker, 301-A1473, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Ft. 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 Mercy Walker, under the terms and condition as stated below: | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-059-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Almit Breuer, 301-U838, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Ft. Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to 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 Almit Breuer, under the terms and conditions as stated below: | 5/14/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 87-159-TL on 9/15/1987. |

  • 87-060-TL | WHEREAS, The Natural Resources Committee of the Tribal Business Council approved the Land Partition proposed by the Young Bear Family in allotment 1016A, SW1/4 Section 2? SE1/4 Section 3-148-92, containing 320 acres; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the partition of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-061-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby supports and strongly recommends that the Office of Health and Human Services reconsider the INMED program and provide the needed funding. | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-062-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby certifies the Revised Fort Berthold Reservation Housing Survey for FY 1988 for correctness and directs its submission to the Bureau of Indian Affairs. | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-063-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby requires that future developers and diverters of water complete the attached Water User's Information Form and if possible the Form be completed for existing water users; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Natural Resources Department is hereby designated as the tribal department to manage the Water Use Database. | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-064-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to its Constitutional authority, hereby requests that the appropriate agency or agencies of the State of North Dakota, on a government-to-government basis and in a cooperative effort beneficial to both the State and the Tribes, provide assistance to the Three Affiliated Tribes in their current undertakings, as identified herein above, by conducting the above-referenced Reservation tourism and vehicular travel study, the specific elements of which will be identified in negotiations to be engaged in between the State and the Tribes. | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-065-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby formally requests that the Fort Berthold Agency of the Bureau of Indian Affairs provide assistance to the Tribes in the conduct of their economic development study and development of a correlative plan for implementation on the Fort Berthold Reservation through the provision to the Tribes of a reasonable appropriation and allocation of funds and the services of the Reservation Programs Officer of the Agency. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes and directs the Chairman of the Council and/or his designated representative(s) to commence negotiations with the appropriate official(s) of the Fort Berthold Agency for the purpose of establishing the source and amount of Bureau funds to be made available to the Tribes and the nature and duration of the services of the Reservation Programs Officer to be performed on behalf of the Tribes. | 5/14/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-066-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, Hereby that the Tribal Business Council 1. Directs the Legal Department and its legislative consultant to develop a specific action plan for Tribal Council review and approval by May 25, 1987; 2. Directs the Legal Department to arrange meetings in early June, 1987 with the appropriate federal agencies including the Department of Energy (DOE), the Corps of Engineers, the Bureau of Reclamation, the Western Area Power Authority (WAPA), the Indian Health Service (IHS) and such other federal agencies as the Council may direct. | 5/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-067-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT 1, The Legal Department is directed to prepare, with the assistance of its engineering consultant, a proposal, subject to council review, to the Secretary of Interior for the contracting of the design and construction functions associated with MIR development on Fort Berthold 2, The Legal Department is directed to analyze the Secretary's responsibilities under Pub, L, 99-294 for the payment of the OMR costs associated with the MIR systems on Fort Berthold 3. 4. The Legal Department is directed to resolve both of above identified issues no later than July 15, 1987; the Bureau of Reclamation is directed to utilize the $700,000 in FY 1988 appropriations to complete a Definite Plan Report (DPR), for Tribal Council review and approval, that includes the following tasks: the analysis of the public and environmental needs of the tribal residents of the White Shield Segment and the rehabilitation costs of the existing Mandaree, Twin Buttes and Four Bears Water Supply Systems as well as the extension of the Four Bears system into the immediate rural area. | 5/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-068-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT J, The Bureau of Reclamation is directed, in consultation with the Legal Department and its engineering consultant, to complete its Definite Plan Report (DPR) regarding the location of irrigation development on trust lands within the reservation boundaries, The Bureau of Reclamation, Department, is to take into desire for: in consultation with the Legal account in its DPR the Tribes' a. The application of the concept of a tribal farm enterprise as the vehicle for irrigation development on Fort Berthold; b. The tribal acquisition of any non-Indian fee lands that may have to be included in the project boundaries; c. The assessment of the project 's cost to include: (1) the inclusion of on-farm costs as project costs (2) land acquisition costs of all fee patent and allotted lands within project boundaries and (3) the availability of Pick-Sloan preference power from first lift to sprinkler. | 5/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-069-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby 1. Directs the Legal Department and its legislative consultant to prepare a draft just compensation bill for council review by May 25, 1987; 2. Directs the Legal Department to incorporate in the draft a reasonable financing option that is supported by the Congressional staff of the above identified committees ; 3. Directs the Legal Department to schedule meetings with the appropriate Congressional and agency staff to discuss the draft just compensation bill, after council approval, no later than June 7, 1987; 4. Directs the Legal Department to ensure that a tribally approved just compensation bill is introduced in Congress by the appropriate Congressional sponsors, no later than August 1, 1987, | 5/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-070-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: The Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council opposes any changes in the Fort Berthold Reservation school systems proposed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and fully supports the decisions made by the Mandaree, Twin Buttes and White Shield Communities in the development of the current school systems; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: That the North Dakota Congressional Delegation be contacted and strongly urge their support in the Three Affiliated Tribes decision to oppose any forced change in the control of the school systems by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. | 5/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-071-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby adopts and transmits the attached Funding and Staffing Allocation Form (pages 1-5) and the Decision Ranking Chart Forms (pages 1--6) to the Bureau of Indian Affairs Fort Berthold Agency Superintendent, to be utilized as Tribal priorities for the FY 1989 funding period. | 5/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-072-TL | NOW,THEREFORE,BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council hereby directs the Department of Interior, Bureau, of Indian Affairs to conduct an evaluation of the Fort Berthold Agency's Range Management Department it's performance to verify compliance with their Trust responsible and to have the formal results presented to this Council by the B.I.A. Agency Superintendent immediately upon completion of this evaluation. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council strongly requests the B.I.A. Fort Berthold Agency's position of a Supervisory Range Conservationist within the Range Management Department be eliminated immediately, and that the savings from this position elimination be made available for a P.L. 93-638 contract with the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 5/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-073-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, on behalf of all the people of the Tribes, hereby presents to John Danks, with gratitude, praise, and honor, this Certificate of Appreciation for his service to the United States and to the people of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 5/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-074-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That this newly elected Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to its authority granted by its Constitution and Bylaws hereby take the following action: i) Appoints Ken Fredericks, Jr. to Commissioner replacing Ernestine Perry. | 5/28/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-075-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby directs the Indian Health Service and Bureau of Indian Affairs to assist the Three Affiliated Tribes and Fort Berthold Housing Authority in eliminating the open dump behind Dragswolf Village. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That such assistance shall be either in the form of direct financial assistance, through the utilization of employees, materials, and equipment, or by both means. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That both agencies are directed to work with the Three Affiliated Tribes to eliminate other such open dumps and to prevent the creation of such dumps in the future. | 5/28/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-076-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from CAROL YOUNG BEAR, 301-U1227 for cash consideration of $2,055.84 which is the present fair market value, from the T-4 Judgement account, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. 1705 - An undivided 1/60 interest of W1/2NW1/4 11-148-92, containing 80 acres, 1.33 acres valued at $269.17. 1018A - An undivided 1/60 interest of SE1/4, 10; NE1/4 15—148-92, containing 320 acres, 5.33 acres valued at $506.67. 1020A - An undivided 1/10 interest of SW1/4, 9-148-92, containing 160 acres, 16 acres valued at $1,280.00. | 5/28/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-077-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes Editor of the Ahead of the Herd newspaper a under the Charter of the Fort Berthold Enterprise, forthwith take appropriate steps Union Bank of Halliday, North Dakota, an amount of Eight Thousand and 00/100 ($8, amount of said loan to be Eight Thousand and ($8,000.00) for the benefit of the Communications Enterprise dba Ahead of the that Lisa Bedford shall be authorized to herein on behalf of the Fort Berthold Enterprise, Tribal Newspaper. Council of the Lisa Redford, tribal business Communications to secure from a loan in the 000,00), total 00/100 Dollars Fort Berthold Herd. Further execute notes Communications BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes that the land lease income in the amount of Eight Thousand and 00/100 dollars ($8,000.00) be assigned as collateral for the proposed loans herein. BE IF FURTHER RESOLVED, That this note will be repaid from the FY 89 Telecommunications 350-G Docket Funds in the amount of Eight Thousand and 00/100 Dollars (8,000.00). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the interest in the approximate amount of $1,300.00 for the Ahead of the Herd loan shall be payable, inclusive to the $8,000 loan, from the Docket 350 Telecommunications line item. | 5/22/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-078-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to its Constitutional authority, hereby makes and adopts the following modifications in the election procedures for the purpose exclusively of the conduct of the special runoff election for the Twin Buttes Segment representative position in the 1986 Tribal Business Council election: 1. Notice of the election shall be published exclusively via the Tribal news media (i.e., the Tribal newspaper and FM radio station) and via posting in the Twin Buttes Segment in appropriate and conspicuous locations. 2. The Tribal Election Board shall be constituted by three (3) qualified voters of the Three Affiliated Tribes. 3. The Tribal Election Board shall assume the responsibilities and perform the duties of the Segment Election Committee, as delegated to said Committee in Part V, Section 4 and in Part VI of the Election Ordinance of the Three Affiliated Tribes. 4. After 3:00 p.m. on the date of the election, two. (2) Bureau of Indian Affairs police officers shall secure from the United States Post Office, in New Town, North Dakota, the locked receptacle containing all absentee ballot return envelopes having reached and been maintained at said Post Office on or before said date, for delivery thereof to the place of canvassing of the ballots before or by 7:00 p.m., on said date. | 5/22/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-079-TL | BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes approves the amendment to the Tribal Ordinance Article IV entitled "Board of Commissioners", 1. (a) (1) to read; The affairs of the Authority shall be managed by a Board of Commissioners composed of not more than 9 members and not less than 7 selected under the following criteria. | 5/27/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-080-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby supports and approves the submission of the application for Low Rent Units by the Fort Berthold Housing Authority for FY 1987 Indian Housing Funds. | 5/27/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-081-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby supports and approves the submission of the application for Mutual Help Units by the Fort Berthold Housing Authority for FY 1987 Indian Housing Funds. | 5/27/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-082-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby rescinds Resolution No, 84-107-S and Resolution No. 86-274-C. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes and directs the Parshall/Lucky Mound Segment representative of the Council to forthwith hold and conduct community meetings among the Tribal members resident in the Northeast Segment of the Reservation for the purpose of proposing, discussing, and drafting appropriate provisions for inclusion in a nonprofit corporate charter and bylaws for the Northeast Segment community to be modeled after the nonprofit corporate charter previously issued to and the bylaws approved for the Four Bears Community Development Corporation. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby encourages the Tribal members resident in the Northeast Segment of the Reservation to present to the Tribal Business Council for approval at the earliest practicable date a proposed nonprofit corporate charter and bylaws modeled after the nonprofit corporate charter previously issued to and the bylaws approved for the Four Bears Community Development Corporation, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes and directs the appropriate officers of the Peoples Bank & Trusty in Parshall, North Dakota, to forthwith cause a freeze to be placed upon the CD Account currently being maintained in said financial Institution by the Northeast Segment Community Association, until such time as the Tribal Business Council should authorize and direct that such freeze be recalled. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes and directs Edward Lone Fight and Lawrin Hugh Baker, Chairman and Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council respectively to execute a new signature card for the CD Account maintained by the Northeast Segment Community Association in Peoples Bank & Trust and further authorizes and directs the appropriate officers of Peoples Bank & Trust to replace the currently maintained signature card for said CD Account with the new signature card executed by the above-identified officials of the Three Affiliated Tribes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby directs that the prospective Board of Directors of the Northeast Segment community, duly elected pursuant to the nonprofit corporate charter to be Issued to and the bylaws to be approved for said community by the Tribal Business Council, submit to the Tribal Business Council, within a period of five (5) business days from the date of said Board of Directors election, a complete written and documented accounting of the expenditures of (1) the community revenue sharing funds as prescribed by law and (2) any and all other funds received by the community within the three (3)r-year period next preceding the date of this Resolution, | 5/22/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 87-082-TL on 5/22/1987. Amended by 87-115-TL on 7-2-1987. |

  • 87-083-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That: 1. The State Historical Board should immediately return all identified tribal human remains to their rightful tribe for reinternment; and 2, The State Historical Board should immediately return all unidentified tribal human remains to the Joint custody of the official representatives of the four Indian reservations in North Dakota for reinternment; and 3. The Legal Department is directed to prepare a litigation analysis for the return of any and all, remains, for appropriate reinternment. | 6/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-084-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the increase to the FY 1989 IPS base in the amount of $2,400 at level 3. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this increase shall be used to fund the line code #32 to meet the new level 3 base with the balance of the increase being allocated to Law Enforcement line code #24 in the amount of $6,400 Credit and Financing of the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the funding for levels 1 and 2 for line code #24 and #32 shall be allocated the increases in funding using the actual percentage methods | 5/29/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-085-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That: 1. The Tribal Business Council hereby approves the attached tribal-state cooperative agreement for the provision of home weatherization services to eligible tribal recipients on the Fort Berthold Reservation. 2. The Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Chairman and the Tribal Secretary to execute this agreement, and any related documents, on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes. 3, The Tribal Business Council hereby appoints Mr. Delvin H. Driver, council member, to service as the official tribal representative on the governing board of CAO, Inc., 4. The Tribal Business Council hereby directs the Legal Department to schedule a meeting on June 11, 1987, with the administrator of the Weatherization Division of DOE to discuss future tribal funding for the provision of home weatherization services on Fort Berthold Reservation. | 6/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-086-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Reservation Telephone Company to issue 8 credit cards to the "Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Office". BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That these credit cards shall be under the direct management of the Treasurer and that the maximum number of cards t o be all owed t o be used per- trip is two (2). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the cards shall remain in the custody of the Treasurer or his authorized representative at all times and that a complete and current inventory of these cards is required at all t times. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That immediately upon completion of each trip the cards issued shall be returned to the Treasurer and/or his authorized representative. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That these credit cards shall be used for all long-distance telephone calls while on travel and that these charges shall be billed to 627-4781 and shall not be allowed as a cost on the trip report close-out form. | 6/12/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-087-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby adopts the proposed amendments to the Grievance Procedure, Section X, of the Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual, copies of which are attached. | 6/12/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-088-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes under the authority of P.L. 93-638 will contract for a three-year period beginning October 1, 1987 through September 30, 1990 - Social Services. 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. | 6/22/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-089-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and directs the Social Services Program/Human Resources Department to execute and file the attached implication for Family Violence Prevention and Services Funding in the amount of $15,000 including the required Assurances as listed. | 6/22/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-090-TL | 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 Commodity Service operations; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes requests that $108,196.00 be granted for this purpose. | 6/22/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-091-TL | NONE

  • 87-092-TL | NONE

  • 87-093-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes under the authority of Public Law 93-638 submits this contract application for the first year of the three-year contract period, which begins on October 1, 1987 and ends on September 30, 1988. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary or Treasurer shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Tribal Affiliated Tribe's Tribal Business Council. | 6/22/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-094-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes under the authority of P.L. 93-638 will contract for a three-year period beginning October 1, 1987 through September 30, 1990 - the Home Improvement Program. 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. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-095-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes under the authority of P.L. 93-638 will contract for a three-year period beginning October 1, 1987 through September 30, 1990 - the Criminal Justice. 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. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-096-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes under the authority of PL-93-638 Recontract for a one year period beginning October 1, 1987 through September 30, 1988; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary or Treasurer be allowed to sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribe's Tribal Business Council. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-097-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes under the authority of PL-93-638 Recontract for a one year period beginning October 1, 1987 through September 30, 1988; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary or Treasurer be allowed to sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribe's Tribal Business Council. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-098-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes under the authority of PL-93-638 Recontract for a one year period beginning October 1, 1987 through September 30, 1988; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary or Treasurer be allowed to sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribe's Tribal Business Council. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-099-TL | WHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes desires to Recontract to Pesticide Enforcement Program under the Cooperative Agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency for FY 88; and WHEREAS, The EPA will budget 85% of total budget and the tribe will contribute 15% of the total budget; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes, Tribal Business Council hereby approve the FY88 budget request. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-100-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approve the following Purchase Priority System with the Priority Rating Points as assigned. Priority System with the Priority Rating Points as assigned. LAND TYPE 1. Land abutting a Recreation Area A. Farm B. Range C. Controlling access D. Non-controlling E. Northeast Quadrant 15 Points a Points 7 Points 8 Points 7 Points 2 Points 2. Land abutting the Taken Area A. Farm B. Range 3. Land within 1/2 mile of Taken Area A. Farm B. Range 4. Lots with in a City A. Northeast Quadrant B. Trust C. Fee Patent D. Developed E. Undeveloped 5. Land in the Northeast Quadrant A. Farm B. Range C. Trust D. Fee Patent 14 Points 7 Points 6 Points 13 Points 7 Points 6 Points 12 Points 6 Points 5 Points 4 Points 3 Points 2 Points 11 Points 3 Points 2 Points 5 Points 4 Points Farm Land A. Individual has minority interest B. Individual has controlling interest 10 Points 5 Points 4 Points Rangeland not within a unit 9 Points 8. Rangeland within an unit 9. historical or cultural value INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES 1. Senior Citizens (60 years of age) 2. Terminally 111 3. Family selling shares (total family) 4. Land being lost to lending agency 5. Handicapped 6. Financial (case by case) | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-101-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from SYBERT YELLOW BEAR, 301-A2095 for cash consideration of $13,775.70 which is the present fair market value, from the FY88 Docket G Land Purchase account, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-102-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, Tribal Business Council hereby formally approves the Department of the Army License for 24' wide boat ramp, 650 feet of road, and a 140 foot by 200 foot parking area. No. DACW45-3-87-6142, a true and correct photo static copy of which Lease Is attached hereto and made part hereof; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to Chapter 1, Section 1.2 and 3.6 (1) of the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, hereby expressly waives the Tribe's sovereign Immunity from suit relative to the Lease Agreement herein and consents to be sued in it's corporate name upon any claim or obligation arising from or incident to the terms of the Lease herein.|6/23/1987|Y|Active|

  • 87-103-TL | HOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby formally requests the Army Corps of Engineers to grant the Charging Eagle Bay, Colony Site Lease to the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-104-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes, Tribal Business Council hereby formally approves the Department of the Army Lease for Public Parks and Recreation Purposes, No. _______, a true and correct photo static copy of which Lease is attached hereto and made part hereof; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to Chapter 1, Sections 1.2 and 3.6 (1) of the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, hereby expressly waives the Tribe's sovereign immunity from suit relative to the Lease Agreement herein and consents to be sued in it's corporate name upon any claim or obligation arising from or incident to the terms of the Lease herein. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-105-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby requests the Soil and Range Conservationist of the Ft Berthold Agency to implement a comprehensive noxious weed eradication program on tribal and trust owned farm and grazing lands as expeditiously as possible; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That in implementing a weed control program, the BIA Soils and Range conservationists coordinate their efforts with Indian land owners and land users. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-106-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes amend Resolution No. 87-50-TL which further prescribes measures to protect the Trust land base of its members: 1. The Tribal Business Council hereby orders the National Director of the FmHA to suspend all foreclosure and liquidation actions involving foreclosure or conveyance of chattel and real estate of the Indian FmHA clientele on the Fort Berthold Reservation effective immediately. 2. The Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes and designated members of the Tribal Business Council, to present to the National Director of FmHA a package Debt Settlement offer on behalf of its tribal members. Further, the Tribal Chairman and designated Tribal Business Council members are authorized to negotiate a debt settlement offer which would be acceptable to the National Director of FmHA, and the tribal member borrowers; pursuant to 7 CFR Part 1864. 3. The Tribal Business Council hereby orders the Secretary of Interior to support the Trust Land Title he holds for the beneficial interests of tribes and Alottees by demonstrating support for and providing technical assistance with these negotiations with FmHA. 4. Should the National Director of FmHA fail to suspend foreclosure and conveyance actions taken with regard to tribal FmHA clientele, or should he refuse to enter into Debt Settlement negotiations on behalf of tribal member clientele collectively; the Tribal Business Council hereby declares its intent to seek federal injunctive relief on behalf of its members against adverse action by the FmHA. Further, the Tribal Business Council will seek to introduce Congressional legislation to accomplish forgiveness of all debt against trust lands mortgaged to FmHA and the retention of title on behalf of the tribal member allottee. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-107-TL | NONE

  • 87-108-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby endorses the North Dakota Indian Arts Market as a means to develop the future marketing potential of North Dakota Native American arts and crafts producers into an organized and coordinated structure, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby endorses the North Dakota Indian Arts Market to work with Arts and Crafts Producers of the Fort Berthold Reservation in areas of assistance in technical, financial, and marketing planning. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-109-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the concept of constructing a Tribally Owned training Facility to be leased to the Fort Berthold Community College. FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council Treasurer and Chairman is authorized to negotiate with area and local financial institutions to secure a loan for the facilities construction and site development costs FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council Treasurer and Chairman is authorized to make application for a loan guarantee through the Bureau of Indian Affairs under the regulations concerned in 25 CFR Part 103. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-110-TL | THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the continued lease of the Tribal motor grader to the Bureau of Indian Affairs in exchange for the blading of school bus roads. FURTHER RESOLVED, That each school bus road shall be bladed and records will be maintained to properly account for the rental and blading performed. FURTHER RESOLVED, That all requests for school bus road work shall be submitted to the Tribal Business Council Transportation Committee for review, approval and scheduling. | 6/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-111-TL | NOW THERE FOR BE IT RESOLVED, THAT the Tribal Business Council hereby: 1. Requests the BIA to enter into a Public Law 93-638 contract with the Three Affiliated Tribes in the amount of $6,600.00 in the purpose of revising the above identified chapters of the Fort Berthold Code of Laws; and 2. Directs the Legal Department to submit the appropriate documentation in support of this request. 3. Authorizes the Tribal Chairman to execute on behalf of the Tribal Business Council, and the formal documents necessary to complete the request. | 6/29/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-112-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby: 1, Requests the BIA to enter into a Public Law 93-638 contract with the Three Affiliated Tribes in the amount of $70,000 for the purpose of evaluating the water related and other needs of the Three Affiliated Tribes; 2, Directs the Legal Department to submit the appropriate documentation necessary to support this request; 3, Authorizes the Tribal Chairman to execute, on behalf of the Tribal Business Council, all the formal documents necessary to complete this request. | 6/29/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-113-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby: 1. Requests a Pub. L. 93-638 Contract in the amount of $50,000.00 for FY 1987 in order to carry out the Three Affiliated Tribes' Coordination of the Implementation of the Irrigation and MIR Development authorized on the Fort Berthold Reservation pursuant to the terms of the Garrison Reformulation Act, Public Law 99-294; 2. Approves the contracts of the technical consultants identified in section 3 below; 3. Requests the BIA to authorize the Tribes to enter into sole source subcontracts with the following technical consultants: a» HKM Associates of Billings, Montana, 59107; b. Dr. William Gorman of Las Cruces, New Mexico 88001; 4. Authorizes the Tribal Chairman, to execute all the documents necessary to carry out this request. | 6/29/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-114-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council hereby rescinds Resolution No. 87-02-TL BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, The Chairman of the Tribal Business Council hereby appoints the following members to these respective committees of the Tribal Business Council: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Edward Lone Fight, Chairman, Edmund White Bear, Vice-chairman, Ted Lone Fight III, Secretary, Lawrin Hugh Baker, Treasurer NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE: Lawrin Hugh Baker, Chairman, Delvin Driver, Secretary. Ted Lone Fight III, Member | 6/29/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-115-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby amends Resolution #87-82-TL and hereby authorizes the Northeast Segment Councilman and community officers to execute new signature cards for the CD Account and unfreezes the CD Account for purposes lawful under the proposed corporate charter and bylaws of the Northeast Segment community which is designed under the Four Bears Community Development Corporation, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby directs the new Northeast Segment Officers to submit to the Tribal Business Council within thirty days from this date a complete written and documented accounting of expenditures of (1) the community revenue sharing funds as prescribed by law .. (2) any and all other funds received by the community within the three (3) year period next preceding the date of this Resolution and (4) approval of their corporate charter and bylaws for confirmation by the Tribal Business Council. | 7/2/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-116-TL | NONE

  • 87-117-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the proposal for an Air Pollution Control Grant from the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency for the continuation of the Air Quality Program on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. | 7/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-118-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council rescinds (rescinds) Resolution 86-190-C in its entirety, and approves 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 Susan Hall, 301-U2480, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Susan Hall under the terms and condition as stated below: 1117A - Lot 1,2,E1/2NW1/4,NEl/4 19-148-94, containing 309.03 acres, exchanging 1/2 interest containing 154.52 acres valued at $18,550.00 for... 1746 - W1/2NE1/4NW1/4NE1/4NE1/4, W1/2NW1/4NE1/4NE1/4, SE1/4NW1/4NE1/4NE1/4, S1/2NE1/4NE1/4, W1/2NE1/4, SE1/4NE1/4 14-148-94 Containing 148.75 acres valued at $18,593.75. The Tribe will waive the difference of $43.75 to Susan Hall. | 7/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-119-TL | WHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council must make certain assurances in compliance with the DHHS, OHDS, and Head Start regulations as part of the application submittal. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the execution and filing of the financial assistance applications for the above referenced PA 26, 20, & 22 categories; including all required understandings, assurances, forms and narrative information. | 7/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-120-TL | NOW. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the attached amended expense budget for FY 1987 in the amount of $759,006.00. IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the additional income needed from the U.S. Treasury account #7228, in the amount of $75,472.00, has already been approved for availability by Resolution #86-206—C dated September 29, 1986, and that Resolution #85-206-C is hereby amended to reflect 1) the total funds needed for this expense budget from the U.S. Treasury are now in the amount of $557,381.00 and 1) the total authorized expenses are now $759,006.00. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this budget revision is to be submitted to the Fort Berthold Agency of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and does not require Area Office approval by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. | 7/9/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-121-TL | 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 year shall pay a license fee of Eighty Five Dollars ($85.00). B. With Exceptions of North Dakota Legal Services, Inc. and Tribal In-House Attorneys. 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. | 7/21/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-122-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby requests the Secretary of Agriculture to declare the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation an acute distress area and make farm commodities owned by the Commodity Credit Corporation available to members of the Tribes for use as livestock feed. | 7/21/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-123-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves an application, to be submitted to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, for a construction grant for waste water treatment facilities on Fort Berthold. | 7/21/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-124-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby approves a loan made by the White Shield Community Board Chairman Wayne White Bear in the amount of $5,000.00 to be made from the Union Bank of Halliday to satisfy the current debt with their electric company; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That as collateral for this loan the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes an assignment against their land lease income in the amount of $5,000.00 plus interest; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That his loan shall be due and payable on or before December 31, 1988 and shall be paid from the Docket 350 C/D funds for Community Development for FY 1989 from the White Shield Community allocation only. | 7/23/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-125-TL | NONE

  • 87-126-TL | NOW THEREFOR, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, to forthwith take appropriate steps to secure from Lakeside State Bank, New Town, North Dakota, a loan in the amount of One Thousand eight hundred and 00/100 Dollars, "to complete the computerization of Small Loan System. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorize that the land lease income in the amount of Two Thousand and 00/100 Dollars, ($2,000.00) be assigned as collateral for the proposed loan. | 7/24/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 87-135-TL on 8/13/1987. |

  • 87-127-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Tribal Small Loan Program to permit individual borrowers, with the approval of the Credit Committee of the Council, to execute wage assignments with their respective Non-Tribal employers as security for their small loan. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the authorizations granted by this Resolution shall forthwith serve to supplement Section 19 (entitled "Security") of the Declaration of Policies and Plan of Operations of the Tribal Small Loan Program. | 7/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-128-TL | NOW,THEREFORE,BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes has determined as follows: Section 1. Determination of Council) It is necessary to defray all or a portion of the costs of acquiring the land or interests therein by the Government in accordance applicable provisions of the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act arid Public Law 91-229, it being determined that the Tribe is unable to obtain sufficient credit elsewhere to finance the acquisition taking into consideration prevailing private and cooperative rates and terms currently available obtaining a loan to be made or insured by ..... BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this Resolution rescinds Resolution #87-006-C in its entirety. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-129-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the Letter of Intent to meet the Conditions of the Land Acquisition Loan as specified in the attached letter which is hereby made a part of this solution BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Chairman and the Tribal Treasurer to sign those forms required to proceed with and meet the conditions of the Land Acquisition Loan. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-130-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the submission of the P.L. 93-638 application for funds for the proposed plan of action to the Bureau of Indian Affairs as evidence of coordination with the overall Tribal Action Plan. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby appoints all administrative responsibilities for this contract to the Project Coordinator due to a deficit in the Congressional appropriation from the Omnibus Drug Act for contract support. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby appoints the Tribal Education Committee as the supervisor of the Project Coordinator for the performance of this contract. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby requires the Steering Committee, as described in the scope/plan for this contract, to meet quarterly to monitor and direct the preparation of the required curriculum for this contract. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Chairman is hereby appointed the responsibility for signing the contract and all contract modifications after review by the Tribal Education Committee. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the term of this contract shall be 1 August 1987 through 30 September 1988. | 8/13/1987| Y | Active |

  • 87-131-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following seventy-seven (77) applicants. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-132-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That John Francis Irwin, 301-U03169, is hereby relinquished from the membership of the Three Affiliated Tribes effective the date of this resolution and that his name is to be removed from the official membership roll of the Three Affiliated Tribes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the San Juan Pueblo Tribe be advised of this action by a copy of this resolution. | 8/13/1987| Y | Active |

  • 87-133-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Mr. Clement Baker, Jr., 301-U03798, is hereby relinquished from the membership of the Three Affiliated Tribes effective the date of this Resolution and that his name is to be removed from the official membership roll of the Three Affiliated Tribes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Chippewa Cree Tribe be advised of this action by a copy of this Resolution. | 8/13/1987| Y | Active |

  • 87-134-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Gwendolyn Courtney Linder Lenoir, 301-U07795, is hereby relinquished from the membership of the Three Affiliated Tribes effective the date of this resolution and that her name is to be removed from the official membership of the Three Affiliated Tribes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Devils Lake Sioux Tribe be advised of this action by a copy of this resolution. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-135-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, to forthwith take appropriate steps to secure from Lakeside State Bank, New Town, North Dakota, a loan in the amount of One Thousand Seven hundred Thirty and 00/100 Dollars, to complete the computerization of Small Loan System. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes that the land lease income in the amount of Two Thousand and 00/100 dollars, ($2,000.00) be assigned as collateral for the proposed loan. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this note be repaid from a grant of Two Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($2,000.00) from the FY1989 350-G Docket Development Funds. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That accrued interest in the amount of Seventy-eight and 21/100 Dollars ($78.21) will become due and payable by the Tribal Small Loan Program to the Lakeside State Bank on the 15th day of December 1987 and that accrued interest in the amount of Hundred Ninety and 32/100 Dollars ($190.32) and the full principal in the amount of One Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty and 00/100 Dollars ($1,730.00) will become due and payable to the Lakeside State Bank on the 15th day of December 1988. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this resolution Rescinds Resolution No, 87-126-TL. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-136-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby requests that the Fort Berthold Housing Authority, within one week from the day of the approval of this Resolution, schedule and conduct an; inspection tour of the White Shield Project ND 5-19 Rental Units to document any defects/deficiencies and develop appropriate corrective measures FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Inspection Group shall consist of the White Shield Tribal Business Council Representative, the Director of the Fort Berthold Housing Authority, and the FBHA Construction Inspector. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-137-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes, Human Resources Department will continue to strengthen existing health services through the continuation of the Combined Health Services, Master Contract with Indian Health Service; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Indian Health Service will provide funding at the following amounts: Tribal Health Administration $77,532.56 - Alcoholism: $320,902.32 - Community Health Representative - $220,946.67 Physician Extender Program: $310,337.48 - Janitorial Services $28,298.55. A total of $958017.58. The Indirect Cost of 36% is included. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-138-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby; 1. Request the BIA to enter into a Contract with the Three Affiliated Tribes in the amount of $62,266 for the purpose of constructing and improving Homesite access roads - under one of the following three options: Option A. Under P.L. 93-638, Option B. Under the Buy Indian Act, Option C. Reprogram the funds for; Public Works and contract under P.L. 93-638; 2. Directs the Transportation Committee to submit the appropriate documentation necessary to support this request; 3. Authorizes the Tribal Chairman to execute, on behalf of the Tribal Council, all the formal document necessary to complete this request; 4. The Tribal Business Council understands that Homesite access roads are not on the BIA Road System, but requests that this Project be funded based upon the precedent established for Snow Removal on Access Roads, These access roads are critically important and require maintenance year around to assure that the homeowners' health, safety, well-being needs are met. Properly maintained roads will facilitate the efficiency of and decrease the cost of snow removal. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-139-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes the Fort Berthold Community College to initiate, administer, and complete the contract according to the terms outlined by the Bureau of Indian Affairs regulations on Public Law 93-638, Which will begin on October 1, 1987 and end. on September 30, 1988. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-140-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, The Bureau of Indian Affairs roads department provide activities and resources to facilitate completion of this project as originally planned by hard surfacing to complete this road project; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, The Fort Berthold Superintendent, Dr. Alonzo Spang Sr., be advised to convey to local and Aberdeen Area Office roads personnel our desire to support this project. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-141-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of land, exclusive of minerals, 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 Mathew Mason, 301-U783, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Ft. 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 Mathew Mason, under the terms and condition as stated below: | 8/13/1987| Y | Active |

  • 87-142-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Philip Star, 301-U611, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all Three Affiliated Tribes documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Philip Star, under the terms and condition as stated below: Philip Star - 1316 SE1/4 11-148-94 containing 160 acres, exchanging an undivided 1/6 interest containing 26.67 valued at $3,200.00 for - Three Affiliated Tribes - 634 S1/2NEl/4 36-148-89 containing 80 acres, undivided 106/1000 containing 8.48 valued at $3,201.20. The Tribe will waive the difference of $1.20 to Mr. Star. | 8/13/1987| Y | Active |

  • 87-143-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Maude Star, 301-U1016, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Maude Star, under the terms and condition as stated below: Maude Star - 1316 SE1/4 11-148-94 containing 160 acres, exchanging an undivided 1/6 interest containing 26.67 valued at $3, 200. 00 for - Three Affiliated Tribes - 634 S1/2NE1/4 36-148-89 containing 80 acres, undivided 106/1000 containing 8.48 valued at $3,201.20. The Tribe will waive the difference of $1.20 to Ms. Star. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-144-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Josephine Blue Earth, 301-U3008, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Josephine Blue Earth, under the terms and condition as stated below: Josephine Blue Earth - 1316 SE1/4 11-148-94 containing 160 acres, exchanging an undivided 1/6 interest containing 26.67 valued at $3,200.00 for Three Affiliated Tribes - 634 S1/2NE1/4 36-148-89 containing 80 acres, undivided 106/1000 containing 8.48 valued at $3,201.20. The Tribe will waive the difference of $1.20 to Mrs. Blue Earth.. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-145-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Joseph Reed, 301-U471, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Joseph Reed, under the terms and condition as stated below; Joseph Reed - 1316 SE1/4 11-148-94 containing 160 acres, exchanging an undivided 1/6 interest containing 26.67 valued at $3,200.00 for Three Affiliated Tribes - 634 S1/2NE1/4 36-148-89 containing 80 acres, undivided 106/1000 containing 8.48 valued at $3,201.20. The Tribe will waive the difference of $1.20 to Mr. Reed. | 8/13/1987| Y | Active |

  • 87-146-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency to advertise for lease to the general public the allotments listed on the attached sheet. | 8/13/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-147-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby affirms the position that ownership of the Four Bears Peninsula be returned to the Tribes without any exchange of Tribal lands. | 8/13/1987| Y | Active |

  • 87-148-TL | NOV, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby formally adopts, as Tribal law and for immediate incorporation in Chapter IV-A of the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes, the provisions currently set forth in Chapter 39-10,2 of the North Dakota Century Code, | 8/13/1987| Y | Active |

  • 87-149-TL | BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Education Committee be allowed to negotiate and that the Tribal Chairman sign on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes requests that $454,051.00 be granted for this purpose during the Fiscal Year 1987/88. | 8/13/1987| Y | Active |

  • 87-150-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Judge Tom M. Beyers shall have special authority and jurisdiction to reopen the matter and hear the claims of Ernest Stone, such authority and jurisdiction shall be for the purpose of determining the eligibility of Ivan Young Bear, Sr., and Louella Young Bear to vote in the Twin Buttes - South Segment in the March 10, 1987 General Election and, if such persons are found ineligible to vote in that district, to determine the effect of these illegal votes on the election results and recommend a remedy for the resolution of this dispute to the Tribal Business Council. | 8/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-151-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the approval of the Four Bears Community Board to obtain a $2,000 loan from Account 1402-1107 entitled CD Community Development; and BE IF FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Four Bears Community Board repay the $2,000 loan from the FY 1988 350-C/D Community Development Funds on or before December 31, 1987 and authorizes the Tribal Treasurer to clear this account once these funds are made available. | 8/24/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-152-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and directs the execution and submission of an Application for Financial Assistance in the form of a Cooperative Agreement under the Bureau of Indian Affair's EARN Initiatives Demonstration Project competition process (FY 1988). FURTHER RESOLVED, That the project period is authorized to commence on the date of award of the agreement and be implemented over the subsequent 36 months. FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council is authorized to sign and certify all of the Application's required Forms, waiver requests, documentation, special conditions, etc. | 9/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-153-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes, which is the official governing body of the Tribes, hereby authorizes Edward Lone Fight, Chairman and/or Hugh Baker, Treasurer who are principal tribal officials, to take the necessary action to place the Three Affiliated Tribes in membership in NCAI; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That tribal funds in the amount of $750.00, based on the Tribal Membership dues schedule of the NCAI By-Laws, Article III, Section I (b), are authorized to be paid for such Tribal Membership in NCAI; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That, based on the tribal citizenry of 7,000 persons, the Three Affiliated Tribes shall have 170 votes, in accordance with Article IV, Section 3 of the NCAI constitution; and FURTHER RESOLVED, That, pursuant to Article V, Section 2 of the NCAI Constitution, the Three Affiliated Tribes designates the following named persons as Delegate and Alternate Delegate(s), and instructs them to become individual Members in Good Standing in NCAI in order to fulfill their responsibilities as Official Delegates to the National Congress of American Indians | 9/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-154-TL | NONE

  • 87-155-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes duly adopts said Resolution reaffirming establishment of the Fort Berthold Housing Authority pursuant to, and in compliance with the Federal Rules and Regulations, Vol. 41, No. 47, 805.108 (Establishment of Indian Housing Authorities). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes approves the amendment to the Tribal Ordinance 1-62, Article IV, No. 4(f) to read, "The Board of Commissioners will consist of nine (9) members of which seven (7) members of the full Board will constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at any meeting of the Board of Commissioners." | 9/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-156-TL | NOW,THEREFORE,BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the attached projections and allocations for the Docket Funds for FY1988. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this Council has delayed the following line items to be reallocated within their own Docket Fund as specified below; Docket C/D-Land Purchase $13,14.00 to Administration Docket G -Wake Fund $2,237.50 to Business Development and $24,012.50 to Communications because of the shortage of available income and the required commitments for the line items receiving these funds as specified above. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That because of the severe drop in the available income for FY-1988, this Council hereby informs the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Investments, Albuquerque, NM, that the scheduled principal repayment of $12, 000. 00 is hereby delayed one year, with the next scheduled repayment to be in FY-1989 subject to the availability of funds, and that the terms of repayment of the $60,000 are hereby amended to show an extension of time for this repayment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That should the actual amount of income available on 25 September 1987, the date all Docket Funds are to mature, be in excess of the attached projections, then the additional income shall be allocated as noted on the attached budget, and this additional income shall be paid to this Tribe in full based upon this Resolution. | 9/15/1987 | Y | Amended by 87-214-TL on 12-10-1987. |

  • 87-157-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council hereby appoints the following enrolled members of the Three Affiliated Tribes to serve on the Silver Haired Assembly: Anson Baker - Delegate Almeda Baker - Alternate | 9/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-158-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council does hereby fully support the continued existence and efforts of the United Tribes Educational Technical College's members Tribes for the continuation of its mission and urges the Bureau of Indian Affairs to fund the school at the level that will maintain the complete services provided by the school; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council does support a Bureau of Indian Affairs "specific line item" in the annual bureau budget designed for the United Tribes Educational Technical College; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby supports and authorizes the United Tribes Educational Technical college to enter into contracts with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for the following three (3) years: 1. The Prime Contract via Employment Development for the vocational school. 2. Theodore Jamerson Elementary School (K-8 grades) at UTETC. 3. JOM and Chapter 1 Programs. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Chairman be instructed to contact all appropriate officials for the continuation of the United Tribes Educational Technical College at the necessary levels of funding. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this authorization is in effect subject to the condition that funds are not jeopardized for programs available to the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 9/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-159-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council rescinds Resolution 87-59-TL in its entirety, and approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Almit Breuer, 301-U838, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Almit Breuer under the terms and condition as stated below: Almit Breuer: 238A-A, A-C Lot 3, N1/2NW1/4SE1/4NW1/4 6-148-89 containing 32.56 acres exchanging all interest, valued at $12,170.00, 466A S1/2SW1/4 4-148-90 containing 80 acres exchanging all interest, valued at $10,800.00, 567A-B NE1/4NW1/4 30-152-94 containing 40 acres exchanging all interest, valued at $10,800.00, 1068A SW1/4 28;NWl/4 33-148-94 containing 320 acres exchanging an undivided 7/108 interest, valued at $1,866.67 for Tribal Land, 108A NW1/4 21-148-88 containing 160 acres exchanging an undivided 494/567 interest, valued at $35,634.22, Mr. Breuer will waive the difference of $2.45 to the Tribe, |9/15/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-160-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves a P.L. 93-638 contact with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for $24,000 to conduct a Ground Water Assessment and Inventory Program on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. | 9/16/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-161-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes, which is the official governing body of the Tribes, hereby authorizes Edward Lone Fight, Chairman, and/or Lawrin Hugh Baker, Treasurer who are principal tribal officials, to take the necessary action to place the Three Affiliated Tribes in membership in Council of Energy Resource Tribes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That tribal funds in the amount of $500.00 based on the Tribal Membership dues schedule of the Council of Energy Resource of Tribes By-Laws, are authorized to be paid for such Tribal Membership in Council of Energy Resource Tribes; and | 9/16/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-162-TL | WHEREAS, The Office of Community Services - US Department of Health and Human Services has invited the Three Affiliated Tribes to submit FY-88 Application for funding available under the Community Services Block Grant Program - Public Law 97-35, WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes - Tribal Business Council duly authorizes the execution and filing of the Community Services Block Grant FY-88 Application, including all understandings and Assurances contained in the application, and has directed and authorized the Administrator of the Material Resource Department to be identified as official contact person for the Three Affiliated Tribes Community Services Block Grant Program. | 9/16/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-163-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes directs the Three Affiliated Tribes WIC Director to certify the Mandaree Store and Spotted Horn Store as food vendors for the WIC Program. | 9/16/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-164-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Chairman of the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby appoints the following Tribal Business Council Members to the Intertribal Agricultural Council: Lawrin Hugh Baker - 1st Delegate Jim Mossett - 2nd Alternate Delegate Delvin Driver - 3rd Alternate Delegate BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council hereby approves the appointment of the Tribal Business Council delegates to the Intertribal Agricultural Council. | 9/18/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 87-223-TL on 12/10/1987. |

  • 87-165-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby requests that the Bureau of Indian Affairs continue to provide funding to the Cooperative Extension Services Program in order that members of the Three Affiliated Tribes will be able to continue to benefit from CESP. | 9/18/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-166-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes shall apply for a BIA Economic Development matching grant to be used in the formulation of a financing package for the Manceram business development project. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That all receipts and benefits derived from the BIA Economic Development Grant and the Manceram Project shall accrue solely to Mandaree, Inc. | 9/18/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-167-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes shall apply for a UDAG grant on behalf of Mandaree, Inc. to be used in the formulation of a financing package for the Manceram Project; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all receipts and benefits derived from the UDAG grant and the Manceram Project shall accrue solely to Mandaree, Inc. | 9/18/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-168-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby adopts and enacts the following legislative provision to be incorporated within and designated as Section 61 of Chapter 4 of the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation: Theft of Services It shall be unlawful for any person to: 1, Intentionally obtain services, known by him to be available only for compensation by deception, threat, false token, or other means to avoid payment for he services; or 2. Having control over the disposition of the services of another to which he is not entitled, knowingly divert those services to his own benefit or to the benefit of another not entitled thereto. In those instances wherein compensation for services is ordinarily paid immediately upon their rendition, as in the case of hotels, restaurants, and comparable establishments, absconding without having made payment or making provision for payment therefor shall constitute prima facie evidence that the services were obtained by deception. Upon conviction of the offense herein, a person shall be sentenced to: 1, Payment of a fine in the maximum amount of Two Hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($200,00); and/or 2, Incarceration in the Tribal detention facility for a maximum period of ninety (90) days. In addition, it shall be mandatory, upon conviction, that the person shall make full restitution to the victim of the offense herein. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the legislative provision adopted and enacted herein shall become effective immediately. | 9/18/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-169-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby grants to the Board of Directors of the Northeast Segment Community Development Corporation the authority to use, primarily as a community senior citizens center, the Tribal facility formerly known as the Parshall Rehabilitation Center and located within the City of Parshall, in addition to the authority to make necessary and reasonable renovations of said facility, subject to the approval of the Tribal Business Council, to accommodate such proposed use at the expense exclusively of the Corporation, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes and directs the Controller of the Three Affiliated Tribes, or his authorized agent, (1) to provide reasonable technical assistance to the Board of Directors of the Northeast Segment Community Development Corporation in the implementation and maintenance of an appropriate and suitable bookkeeping system for the fiscal transactions inherent in the operation of the Corporation and (2) to provide for the periodic monitoring of the maintenance of said bookkeeping system and of the financial books and accounts of the Corporation, the frequency of which periodic monitoring shall be specified in a memorandum directed to the Controller by the Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby directs the Board of Directors of the Northeast Segment Community Development Corporation to present to the Tribal Business Council quarterly financial reports of the Corporation, the initial report to be presented at the regular monthly meeting of the Council to be held in December, 1987. | 9/18/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-170-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby adopt the pre-authorization travel form used by the Tribal programs, with the following exceptions: 1. all travel pay will be 100% instead of 80% 2. Tribal Business Council members will be required to give an oral and written presentation to the Tribal Business Council of business trips taken (a) if more than one Council member has attended the same trip, justification must be provided for the need of more than one Council member attending the same trip 3. meal allowance shall be $50.00 per day 4. travel expense report shall be completed immediately upon return from trip 5. a written travel report must be filed with the Tribal Business Council Secretary within two days upon return from trip and before another trip is taken 6. only actual room costs will be paid, not estimates 7. taxi and limousine costs will be paid at $20.00 per day 8. only actual registration fees shall be paid 9. when traveling on a federal contract federal travel regulations will apply. The financial difference between those regulations and the tribal council travel regulations may be charged to tribal council travel. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all Council trips shall be approved by the Tribal Business Council. The Tribal Business Council Chairman and Tribal Business Council Treasurer may approve emergency travel when full Tribal Business Council cannot meet. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Treasurer is authorized to deduct said amount from Council members' payroll check, if they fail to comply with the contents of this resolution. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, any conflicting resolutions are hereby rescinded. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-171-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to its Constitutional power and authority, hereby appoints Ted Lone Fight, III, Edmund White Bear, Edward Lone Fight, Lawrin Hugh Baker, JoAnn Hilleren to the Tribal Employment Rights Commission, who shall be vested with the general authority to implement the policy of Indian preference in employment and in contracting as established and espoused by the Tribal Business Council. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-172-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby states that the continuing support of credit for Indians through payroll wage assignments shall remain as it is now. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the following priority schedule shall be enforced by the Finance Department when honoring wage assignments each pay period; 1, All properly approved wage assignments shall be enforced each pay period. 2. Any and all balances due the Tribe. 3. Loans using BIA assignments 4. Loans made pay Small Loans Program 5. Housing Authority wage assignments for rent 6. Loans made by Tribal Community Boards. 7. Loans from Banks not using BIA assignments. 8. Voluntary deductions to other vendors - Indian preference shall be used in determining the priority within this group. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the specifications noted in priority #8 shall be used in each individual's case when the balance of net pay due the employee is not sufficient enough to cover all wage assignments outstanding and due payable for each pay period. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That should an employee's net pay not be able to cover all assignments as required each pay period, Tribal Finance and the Tribe shall not be held liable nor answerable for any deductions not processed. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-173-TL | BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the assumption of the direct investing of its judgment funds as specified above. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribe hereby requests the Secretary of Interior to approve this resolution and, upon approval, to release all judgment funds specified above to the Tribe, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that because these funds will lose its Trust status and tax exemption (25 USCS 1407) upon the transfer by the Secretary, the Tribe still retains its federal tax exempt status for all income earned from the investments of these judgment funds based upon its legal status as a sovereign nation and as a unit of government as per Revenue Ruling 67—284, 1967-2 C.B. 55, 58; Memo. Sol., Int. May 1, 1941. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribe shall appoint a firm for its investment of these funds after a detail bid request and bidder interview has been performed. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, and that said judgment funds shall be initially invested in & fund or funds guaranteeing that the principle shall not incur a loss at any time and that the return on investment shall be at the maximum amount available at all times. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribe shall: 1. strictly comply with all terms of the approved plan for the use and distribution for each judgement fund as required by the applicable Federal Register. 2. maintain separate accounts for each judgment fund as required by the applicable Federal Register. 3. submit to the Bureau of Indian affairs quarterly an accounting of the; Tribe's investments. 4. have these judgment funds accounts and- investments included in their annual A-1286 audit. 5. allow the B.I.A. to inspect the accounting records for these judgment funds at any time to ensure full compliance is being met. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-174-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council is hereby authorizing the Fort Berthold Housing Authority to pursue acquisition of these homes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council urges the Department of Energy to favorably consider transfer of these units to the Department of Housing and Urban Development for subsequent use by these Tribal Members. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-175-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Edward M. Danks, 301-U1925, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Edward M. Danks under the terms and condition as stated below: Edward M. Danks 435A-A SW1/4, 10-150-93 containing 160 acres exchanging all interest, valued at $13,600.00 Tribal Land 2067-A NW1/4 17-149-92 containing 160 acres exchanging all Interest, valued at $12,000.00 Mr. Danks will waive the difference of $1,600.00 to the Tribe.|10/1/1987|Y|Active|

  • 87-176-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Colin Bearstail, 301-U1200, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Colin Bearstail under the terms and condition as stated below: Colin Bearstail Colin Bearstail 24 SE1/4 6-149-90 containing 160 acres, exchanging a 7/480 interest containing 2.33 acres valued at $291.67 1069 E1/2NE1/4 12-148-90 containing 80 acres, exchanging a 21/200 interest containing 8.40 acres valued at $2,247.00 1753 N2N2NW,N2NE,E2SENE, 28-147-93 containing 140 acres, exchanging 1/10 containing 14 acres valued at $840.00 209A SW1/4 11-150-90 containing 160 acres, exchanging 7/13200 interest containing .08 acres valued at $37.44 212A S1/2NEl/4,Nl/2SEl/4 1-148-90 containing 160 acres, exchanging 21/200 interest containing 16.80 acres valued at $2,693.25 TOTAL OF LAND HOLDINGS 41.62 acres valued at $6,109.36 Tribal Land SW1/4NW1/4 9-148-88 containing 40.00 exchanging all surface interest containing 40 acres valued at $6,100.00 58A-A Mr. Bearstail will waive the difference of $9.36 to the Tribe. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-177-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Glen Yellow Bird, 301-U1599, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Glen Yellow Bird under the terms and condition as stated below: Glen Yellow Bird 1887 N1/2SW1/4, 17-146-92 containing 80 acres exchanging all interest, valued at 05,600.00 Tribal Land 70A SE1/4NW1/4, NENESWNW 33-148-88 containing 42.5 acres exchanging all interest, valued at $5,525.00 Mr. Yellow Bird will waive the difference of $75.00 to the Tribe. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-178-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Grace Henry, 301-U479, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Grace Henry, under the terms and condition as stated below: Grace Henry 90 NEly'4SEl/4 12-148-91 containing 40 acres, exchanging 1/9 undivided interest containing 4.44 acres valued at $533.34 951 NW1/4NW1/4 27-149-90 containing 40 acres, exchanging 1/9 undivided interest containing 4.44 valued at $1,805.56 952 E1/2NW1/4 27-149-90 containing 80 acres, exchanging 2/27 undivided interest containing 5.93 valued at $2,435. 19 953 SW1/4NW1/4 5-148-90 containing 40 acres, exchanging 1/9 undivided interest containing 4.44 valued at $1,950.00 Three Affiliated Tribes 1450 S1/2SE1/4NE1/4,E1/2SE1/4SE1/4SW1/4NE1/4, SE1/4NE1/4SE1/4SW1/4NE1/4 3-150-92 containing 21.875 acres, valued at $6,412.50 Mrs. Henry will waive the difference of $311.59 to the Tribe. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-179-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Lenard Eagle, 301-U814, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title Is to be transferred to the Tribe and Lenard Eagle, under the terms and condition as stated below: Lenard Eagle 132 NE1/4SE1/4 25-148-90 containing 40 acres, exchanging 1/8 undivided interest containing 5 acres valued at $681.25 6S4 N1/2SWl/4SEl/4,SEl/4SEl/4 6-I47-SS, containing 60 acres, exchanging 1/96 undivided interest containing .63 acres valued at $93.75 234A NW1/4SW1/4, S1/2SW1/4 5-148-89 containing 120 acres, exchanging 1/8 undivided interest containing 15 acres valued at $6,287.50 3140 NENW,SENWL2, SWNE31;SESW3Q-14e-89 containing 195.43 acres, exchanging 1/8 undivided interest containing 24.43 acres valued at $2,809.38 Three Affiliated Tribes 3140 NE1/4,W1/2E1/2SW1/4NE1/4,NE1/4NE1/4SW1/4NE1/4, W1/2SE1/4NE1/4SW1/4NE1/4,W1/2E1/2SE1/4SW1/4NE1/4 3-150-92 containing 36.25 acres valued at $9,875.00. The Tribes will waive the difference of $3.12 to Mr. Eagle. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-180-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Carman Eagle, 301-U609, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Carman Eagle, under the terms and condition as stated below: Carmen Eagle 55 NE1/4SE1/4 12-148-91 containing 40 acres, exchanging 1/9 undivided interest containing 4.44 acres valued at $533.34 951 NW1/4NW1/4 27-149-90 containing 40 acres, exchanging 1/9 undivided interest containing 4.44 valued at $1,505.56 952 E1/2NW1/4 27-149-90 containing 80 acres, exchanging 2/27 undivided interest containing 5.93 valued at $2,435.19 953 SW1/4NW1/4 5-148-90 containing 40 acres, exchanging 1/9 undivided interest containing 4.44 valued at $1,950.00 Three Affiliated Tribes 1450 N1/2SEl/4MW1/4,E1/2SE1/4NEl/4SW1/4NE1/4, NE1/4NE1/4SE1/4SW1/4NE1/4 3-150-92 containing $1.875 acres, valued at $6,412.59. Mrs. Eagle will waive the difference of $311.59 to the Tribe. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-181-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from Darryl Price , 301-1288 for cash consideration of $26,150.00 which Is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Farmers Home Administration Land Purchase Fund, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, Its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Ft Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. 568A An undivided 1/2 interest of W1/2 20-152-94 containing 320.00 acres valued at $26,150.00 | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-182-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from Barbara Price Fezler, 301-U5770 for cash consideration of $26,150.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Farmer Home Administration Land Purchases Fund, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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. 568A An undivided 1/2 interest of W1/2 20-152-94 containing 320 acres valued at $26,150.00. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-183-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes reaffirms its support of efforts of either the Three Affiliated Tribes or individual Indians to change the status of non-trust lands to trust lands. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-184-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby formally manifests the support by the Three Affiliated Tribes of the effort of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakima Indian Nation to lobby for secure the enactment by the United States Congress of an amendment to 25 U.S.C. 1408, whereby individual Indian income, up to the amount of Four Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($4,000.00) per annum, derived from interests in Indian trust of restricted land shall not be from income in the determination of eligibility for assistance under the Social Security Act or any other federally-assisted public benefits program. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-185-TL | NOW,THEREFORE,BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the attached FY 1988 T2 expense budget in the amount of $499,351.00, a true and correct copy of which is attached hereto and made B part thereof. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the required cash draws from the Tribes' IIM accounts maintained at the Fort Berthold agency office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs will be $227,000.00, $236, 000.00 will be from the Tribes' account #7228 maintained by the U. S. Treasury and $36,351.00 will be from Tribal money market investment income, for a total of $493,351.00. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-186-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, The Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the contracting of Fiscal Year 1988 funding received through Basic Grants under Library Services for Indian Tribes and Hawaiian Native Programs (LSCA Title IV), to the Fort Berthold Community College for purposes outlined above. | 10/1/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-187-TL | NONE

  • 87-188-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes make application, pursuant to the regulations set forth in 45 Part 1336, for an independent grant from ANA for the proposed project; and hereby authorizes and directs the appropriate Tribal officials and representatives to pursue negotiations with the Administration for Native Americans of this proposed tribal grant application to perform the above-identified activities. | 10/8/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-189-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council requires under a plan mutually agreed to 'by the' Tribal Employee and the Fort Berthold Housing Authority to payroll deductions for those Tribal employees who are delinquent in their rent or homebuyer payments to the Fort Berthold Housing, | 10/8/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-190-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, hereby requests that the Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent and the Indian Health Service Unit Director do all they can to support the efforts of the Fort Berthold Housing- Authority in collecting delinquent rent and/or homebuyer payments from their employees who are tenants or homebuyers of the Fort Berthold Housing Authority. | 10/8/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-191-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the execution and filing of the financial assistance application for the above referenced PA 22/23 category; including all required understandings, assurances, forms and narrative information, FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council is authorized to sign and certify all of the application's required forms, waiver requests, documentation, special conditions, etc. | 10/8/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-192-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby rescinds Resolution #87-26-TL, and the people listed in this Resolution are no longer obligated to serve as Fort Berthold Communications Board Members. | 10/8/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-193-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby appoints the following Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise Board Members; Delphine Banks, Avis Mayer, Delvin Driver, Edmund White Bear, Darlene Finley, Lois Rosario, Duane Fox, Wilber Spotted Wolf. | 10/8/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-194-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby requests the Bureau of Indian Affairs to begin work immediately on the IPA assignment of Paige Baker to the Three Affiliated Tribes for three (3) years; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes is in dire financial straits, and the Tribe can not pay any of Mr. Baker's salary and respectfully requests the Bureau of Indian Affairs to continue paying Mr. Paige Baker's salary. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That his salary will continue as is through the Fort Berthold Agency BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, He shall assume the position as special assistant to the chairman. | 10/8/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 87-223-TL on 12-10-1987. |

  • 87-195-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby waivers their right to approximately $2,600 so that this money can be applied to his Farmers Home Administration housing debt and $3,297.92 to be applied to his Indian Credit Consortium agricultural debt providing the other parties agree to this action; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes agree that this waiver affects the Tribes' Corporation Credit Loan Program for this time only and all agreements and special conditions will continue to be enforced. | 10/19/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-196-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following forty (40) applicants. | 11/12/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-197-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the contracting of Fiscal Year 1989 funding received through the Library Services and Construction Act. Title VI, Grants under Library Literacy Programs, to the Fort Berthold Community College for the purposes outlined above. | 11/12/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-198-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the attached amendment to the Attorney Contract is hereby approved. |11/12/1987 |Y |Active |

  • 87-199A-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby reserves portions of Allotment T549A and T1853-B for mutual and rental homes. The portions of the allotments reserved for this purpose are as follows: beginning at a point in the NE/4 SE/4 n the U.S.G.S 7.5 minute Sanish H.D. Quadrangle, thence easterly along said contour to the section line common to Section 15 and 16, thence south on said section line to the Old Sanish Road, thence southwest on said road to the point of the beginning. | 11/12/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-199-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby reserves Allotment T3183 for mutual and rental homes. The allotment is described as the W/2NE/4 and NW/4SE/4 of Section 22, Township 152 North, Range 92 West. | 11/12/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-200-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That after thorough consideration of all community development needs within the Fort Berthold Reservation, The Tribal Business Council directs the respective departments and communities to execute and file an application for financial assistance under the Community Development Block Grant Fiscal Year 1987 Program for the following proposed activity: Twin Buttes Community Building - Number 1 Priority, Construction of Sanitary Landfill - Number 2 Priority, Housing Duel Fuel Modification - Number 3 Priority Mandaree Recreation Project - Number 4 Priority FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby certifies that the requirements of 24 CFR 571.604 (a) through (c) have been complied with the development of this application to insure adequate citizen participation and that at least 51% of the proposed project beneficiaries will be low and moderate Income people. FURTHER RESOLVED, That the above requirements and all other understandings, certifications, and assurances contained in the application shall be continued to be complied with throughout the term of the FY 1988 Grant. | 11/25/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-201-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby, approves the short term loan for the KMHA Radio Station, in the amount of $5,000,00 in which will be paid back in full on December 11, 1987, from the CPB CSG Grant. | 11/25/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-202-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council conditionally approves, subject to additional review by the Legal and Natural Resources Department and subject to securing the necessary funds, the Fort Berthold Solid Waste Management Code as described in the December 1986 report from the Council of Energy Resources Tribes entitled Fort Berthold Solid Waste Management. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council will reserve a tract of forty (40) acres of tribal land for the construction and operation of a sanitary landfill should funding be obtained to construct said sanitary landfill. | 11/25/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-203-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Pat Fredericks, 301-U1321, and Mabel Fredericks, 301-U227S, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Pat and Mabel Fredericks under the terms and condition as stated below: Pat and Mabel Fredericks 1799-A SW1/4NW1/4SW1/4, 4-14a-93 containing 10 acres exchanging all interest, valued at $1,250.00 Tribal Land 1799 E1/2E1/2SW1/4SW1/4 4-148-93 containing 10 acres exchanging all interest, valued at $1,250.00 | 11/25/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-204-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the exchange of lands, exclusive of minerals, 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 Theodore Lone Fight Jr., 301-A2033, under terms and conditions as stated below and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to do all things necessary to exchange lands for which title is to be transferred to the Tribe and Theodore Lone Fight Jr. under the terms and condition as stated below: Theodore Lone Fight Jr. 3058 NW14, HE1/4SW1/4 11-148-93 containing 200.00 acres valued at $13,000.00 Tribal Land 1799 El/2MEl/4SEl/4NWi/4, SE1/4SE14NWl/4, NE1/4NE1/4SW1/4, E1/2NW1/4 NE1/4SWl/4, S1/2NE1/4SW1/4, NE1/4aEl/4SWl/4, El/2HWl/4aEl/4SWl/4, HW1/4NW1/4SE1/4SW1/4, SE1/4SE1/4SW1/4,NEi/4SWl/4SEl/4SWl/4 4-148-93, containing 80.00 acres valued at $5,850.00 and 1800 W1/2 QfL2, S1/'2NEl/4 4-148-93, containing 94.67, exchanging all interest valued at $7,100.25. Mr. Lone Fight will waive the difference of $49.75 to the Tribe. | 11/25/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-205-TL | NONE

  • 87-206-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby generally approves the Final Report On The Comprehensive Fort Berthold Reservation Transportation Planning Study Performed pursuant to Contract No. A00C14202597 and specifically accepts the various express recommendations made in said report. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-207-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes recommend that the Regional Drug Abuse Treatment Program for the Aberdeen Area of the Indian Health Service be located at the Pierre Learning Center, Pierre, South Dakota. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, hereby requests the Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service to assist the Aberdeen Area Tribes in establishing the Regional Drug Treatment Program for Indian children at the Pierre Indian Learning Center, Pierre, South Dakota. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-208-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, to forthwith take appropriate steps to secure from Lakeside State Bank, New Town, North Dakota, a loan in the amount of Thirty-Three Thousand and 00/100 Dollars, for Christmas expenses. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes that the land lease income in the amount of Thirty-Three Thousand and 00/100 Dollars, ($33,000.00) be assigned as collateral for the proposed loan. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this Note be repaid from Collections by the Small Loan Program on or before December 15, 1988. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-209-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and directs the Tribal Social Services Program to execute and submit a Fiscal Year 1988 Application for Financial Assistance under Public Law 95-608 to the Bureau of Indian Affairs for providing "Child Protection Services" on the Fort Berthold Reservation. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the desired time period for the proposed project will be July 1, 1988 through June 30, 1988. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-210-TL | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Social Services Program to expend funds from the Account 1003, (Anne Careel Donation), to be utilized to provide Christmas Presents to the 70+ Foster Children under Tribal Custody, FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Council authorized the transmittal of a letter formally thanking the South Minot K-Mart for its current and past donations to the children of the Fort Berthold Reservation. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-211-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council amends the portion pertaining to Mandaree Public School's contract term shall be for a one-year contract period only beginning October 1, 1987 to September 30, 1988. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 88-061-TL on 2-23-1988. |

  • 87-212-TL|NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council does hereby approve to have the Sisseton/Wapheton Sioux Tribe to be the contracting tribe for the Intertribal Court of Appeals. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-213-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the attached FY 1988 TS expense budget. Revision #1, in the amount of $524,851.00, a true and correct copy of which is attached hereto and made a part thereof. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the required cash draws from the Tribes' IIM accounts maintained at the Fort Berthold agency office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs will be $227,000.00, $236, 000.00 will be from the Tribes' account #7228 maintained by the Treasury, $36,351.00 will be from Tribal money market investment income, and $17,400. 00 from prior year carry-over", for a total; $524,851.00 | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-214-TL | NOW,THEREFORE,IE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the attached revised budget for the use of these FY 1988 Docket funds- BE IT, FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution amends Resolution #87-156-TL for budget/planning purposes only. BE ST FURTHER RESOLVED, that any and all residual amounts remaining from the Business Development program, after the required loan payments, shall be allocated to the Twin Buttes Community Center for the acquisition costs of a Solar unit to allow the use of this facility during the cold weather months, and, that the Community Board shall submit invoices for the expenses incurred to the Tribal Treasurer for payment on Tribal Purchase orders. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the balance of the costs of acquiring this Solar unit shall be paid from the Twin Buttes Community- Development funds directly by the Community. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-215-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby supports the reburial of the graves at the Old Scouts Cemetery in White Shield according to the traditions of the Arickara people. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-216-TL | THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation does support the American Indian Agricultural Credit Consortium, Inc. in it's request for further assistance from the Economic Development Administration. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-217-TL|NOW THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes does strongly recommend that a Pardon be granted to Robert Bell, Sr. by the President of the United States of America. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-218-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from Billy Joe Jacobs, 301-U2436 for cash consideration of $2,250.00 which is market value, utilizing funds from the FmHA Fund, and hereby authorized the Chairman of Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and necessary to transfer title of the lands to of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Berthold Indian Reservation, to wit. the present fair Land Acquisition the Tribal Business of the Fort Commissioner of to do all things the United States Tribes of the Fort 1134 All Surface interest in E1/2E1/2NE1/4SW1/4 36-147-91,containing 10 acres, valued at $2,250.00. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-219-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from Gainus Little Soldier, 301-U1430 for cash consideration of $25,200.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the FmHA Land Acquisition Fund, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. 2265 All Surface interest in SW1/4SW1/4 20;SWl/4SEl/4,W1/2NW1/4SE1/4 19-147-89, containing 100 acres, valued at $25,200.00. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Rescinded by 87-229-TL on 12-21-1987. |

  • 87-220-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby states that the Docket Funds currently being managed/invested by the Secretary of the Interior shall not be allowed to be included in the pool of funds designated for private management through the bid process now in progress. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That all Docket Funds belonging to this Tribe shall remain with the Secretary or the Tribe, subject to a requested Solicitor's opinion, and that the investment plans of this Tribe shall be implemented by the Secretary or the Tribe, as determined by the Solicitor's opinion. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-221-TL | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, Pursuant to its Constitutional power and authority hereby approves and supports the establishment of an Inter-tribal Chartered Coalition of Tribal Employment Rights Offices (TERO'S)" comprised of the Sovereign Tribes of North Dakota. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-222-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council rescinds, Resolution No. 87-11-TL and hereby designates Tribal Chairman Edward Lone Fight and Tribal Council Member Elgin Crows Breast; as the representatives of the Three Affiliated Tribes to the North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-223-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby rescinds Resolution No. 87-164-TL and the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby appoints Tribal Business Council Members of the Intertribal Agriculture Council: Jim Mossett Lawrin Hugh Baker Delvin Driver - 1st Delegate - 2nd Alternate Delegate - 3rd Alternate Delegate BE IF FURTHER RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council hereby approves the appointment of the Tribal Business Council delegates to the Intertribal Agricultural Council. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-224-TL | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council through the Bureau of Indian Affairs Roads Department Office will implement a system of permitting for gravel/scoria from members of the Three Affiliated Tribes in order to establish a control system of products given to them; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Tribal Business Council will utilize the pitrun gravel from the Four Bears Tribal Area; its existing pits; and any future acquired permits from the Army Corp of Engineers; and FURTHER RESOLVED, The gravel/scoria will be free to members of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 12/10/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-225-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from Leota White, 301-U665 for cash consideration of $2,147.28 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Docket 350-G Land Purchase Judgement/Revenue account, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. 67A NNSW,SNW,NNENW,SNNW,NENWNW 14-147-87 containing 190 acres, selling an 6/95 Interest containing 12 acres valued at $2,147.28 | 12/21/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-226-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from Herman Young Bird, 301-U239 for cash consideration of $903.16 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Docket 350-G Land Purchase Judgement/Revenue account, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. 637A S1/2 34-149-92 containing 320 acres, selling an undivided 2/3003 interest containing .21 acres valued at $21.31 769A NW1/4 23-148-92 containing 160 acres, selling an undivided 1/210 interest containing .76 acres valued at $76.19 1953 SW1/4 13:SE1/4 14-148-93 containing 320 acres, selling an undivided 2/231 interest containing 2.77 acres valued at $263.20 865A N2NWSE,L1,2,S2NE 5-148-93 containing 158.42 acres, selling an undivided 289/35280 interest containing 1.30 acres valued at$123.28 1563 E1/2NE1/4, 27-149-92 containing 80 acres, selling an undivided 2/3003 interest containing .05 acres valued at $5.33 1952 NW1/4 13fNEl/4 14-148-93 containing 320 acres, selling an undivided 2/231 interest containing 2.77 acres valued at 249.35 SE1/4SW1/4, 11-148-93 containing 40 acres, selling an undivided 2/231 interest containing .35 acres valued at 22386 SE1/4 13-148-93 containing 160 acres, selling an undivided 2/231 interest containing 1.39 acres valued at Total Land Sale $249.35 $32.90 $131.60 $903.16 | 12/21/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-227-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from Leo Standish, 301-U304 for cash consideration of $1,466.67 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the Docket 350-G Land Purchase Judgement/Revenue account, and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs or prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. 2164 NW1/4 22-147-93 containing 1/6 interest containing 2 160 acres, selling an undivided .67 acres valued at $1,466.67 | 12/21/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-228-TL | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the transfer of all funds, except the Payroll account, on deposit with the Lakeside State Bank of New Town, ND, to thee First American Bank and Trust of Minot. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman and the Treasurer shall be the authorized signatures for the new accounts. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the new accounts to be established at the First American Bank and Trust are 1) Centralized Checking and 12) an Interest Earning account comparable to the existing money market account. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the transfer of funds shall be processed as soon as the accounts have been properly opened said the required check orders have been received. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Comptroller is hereby directed to have all contracts using the electronic funds transfer system to be modified to reflect the new bank and account number. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the First American Bank and Trust of Minot shall have a wire transfer system established between them and the Lakeside State Bank for incoming and outgoing transfers and that this Resolution shall be the Tribes' authorization for this system. | 12/21/1987 | Y | Active |

  • 87-229-TL | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council rescinds Resolution 87-219 TL, and approves the purchase of lands described below, exclusive of minerals, from Gainus Little Soldier, 301-U1430 for cash consideration of 25,200.00 which is the present fair market value, utilizing funds from the FmHA Land Acquisition Fund, on the contingency that the Bureau of Indian Affairs accepts Gainus Little Soldier's modification plan (see attachment) and hereby authorized the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, its Secretary, and Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare all documents and to 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 Indian Reservation, to wit. 2265 All Surface interest in SW1/4SW1/4 20;SW1/4SEl/4, W1/2NW1/4SE1/4 19-147-89, containing 100 acres, valued at $25,200.00. | 12/21/1987 | Y | Active |

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