1996 Resolutions

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

  • 96-001-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Council does change the name of the Tribally owned business of Ft. Berthold Lumber, Supply and Construction Corp. to Fort Berthold Development Corp. | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-002-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Special Judge, Frank Pommersheim, is hereby employed to continue presiding over the case of Tex Hall, et al. vs. Tribal Business Council until resolution of the impending lawsuit; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Special Judge, Frank Pommersheim and the Consultant, Cletus Medicine Crow, shall submit their billing to Mr. Mark Fox, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee for reimbursement. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the amount of Tribal revenue funds to be utilized for the purposes stated herein are not to exceed five thousand dollars ($5,000.00). | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-003-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby grants to Monica M. Mayer a loan in the amount of Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) and authorizes and directs the Chairman and the Treasurer of the Council to execute on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes duplicate copies of the attached Memorandum of Agreement. | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-004-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Natural Resources Department the authority to create a Tribal Pumping Service within the department. Mr. Lewis LeBeau, a Native American who has over thirty-five (35) years of experience in the oil & gas field would be instated as the operations manager | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-005-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the transfer of the Pension Plan from Mass Mutual Springfield, MA to Community First Bank, Dickinson, ND effective January 14, 1996. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, The Tribal Chairman and Tribal Treasurer have any and all authority to complete this transaction. | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-006-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the Mandaree School's application for the continuation of the Youth Work Program for the ND Juvenile Justice Delinquency Grant under the Title II and Title V funds. | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-007-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council requests renewal of lease number DACW45-1-84-6167 for a period of Ten (10) years. | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-008-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes approves of and supports the efforts of Team North Dakota and the City of Fargo-Moorhead in their pursuit of hosting the 1999 North American Indigenous Games and will appropriate funds towards the realization of their goals upon request of committee, with funding being based upon availability of Tribal resources | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-009-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby in compliance with Chapter 27, Subsection 2.1 and 2.4 appoints; Matthew Mason to fill the vacancy. | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-010-DSB | THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby designates the Tribal Education Department to coordinate and assist all educational institutions to develop comprehensive and collaborative grants, and assist the five Reservation Schools to develop a proposal to address the Goals 2000 Project, North Dakota Department of Public Instruction. The New Town School District will be the designated LEA (Local Educational Agency) to submit the grant, which will focus on an Implementation Grant for the Three Affiliated Tribes to develop culturally appropriate curriculum for Grade K - | 6.1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-011-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE FT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby financially supports the education of the Three Affiliated Tribal members with $%000.00 to assist in the costs, and declares February 11 17, 1996 as the "1996 Mandan, Hidatsa, Ankara Tribal Education Week", and directs the Tribal Education Department to organize and appropriate observance program for that occasion. | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-012-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby awards a grant to the Parshall Resource Center in the amount of $50,000 period of 18 months beginning February 1, 1996  thru July 30, 1997, subject to availability of tribal revenue funds.  | 1/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-013-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That based upon Council action of the January 11, 1996 Regular Council Meeting - payment shall be made immediately to the Johnson's Corner Christian Academy in the authorized amount of $4,000.00. | 1/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-014-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE  BE IT RESOLVED, That based upon  Tribal Business  Council approval  of December  21, 1995  - payment t  to Dennis Well Drilling in the amount of $8,000.00. | 1/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-015-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes approves the plan to solicit competitive bidding to construct the Mandaree and White Shield Water Treatment Plants and authorizes the MR&l Water Project Staff to do all things necessary to obtain a competitive price. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That Resolution #95-180-DSB be amended to reflect the change in the water treatment portion of the above mention resolution.  | 1/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-016-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby agrees to grant the financial request of $2,995.00 for equipment needs of the police officer to be hired under the COPS/FAST grant as previously committed at the January 11, 1996, regular council meeting. | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-017-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and directs the payment of the amount of $6,000.00 as and for full and final settlement on the U.S. Direct Loan at issue secured by Adam T. Mandan from the Bureau of Indian Affairs | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-018-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby delegates to the Council's Gaming Committee the authority to develop and promulgate, in conjunction with the Tribal Legal Department and the Tribal Gaming Commission and its special legal counsel, regulations governing all requisite and appropriate elements inherent in the use and distribution of net proceeds derived from individually owned Class II gaming operations licensed by the Three Affiliated Tribes to conduct Class II games within the exterior boundaries of the Fort Berthold Reservation. | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-019-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation proposes to contract all functions and services currently being rendered by the Central Offices of the Department of Interior and by the Aberdeen Are Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Interior, for the maintenance and/or construction of roads and highways on the Fort Berthold Reservation; and BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation proposes to contract specifically those services and functions performed by the Central Offices of the Department of Interior and Aberdeen Area Office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Interior, in connection with the construction of roads, funding for which is derived from Federal Highway Trust Funds | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-020-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That said Credit and Finance Committee shall be composed of five members, to wit: the Tribal Treasurer, two Council members and two other persons appointed by the Tribal Business Council.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the purpose of said Credit and Finance committee shall be to provide research, evaluation, and planning to assist the Tribal Business Council in addressing credit and finance issues. FINALLY, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That said Finance and Credit Committee shall be incorporated into the Three Affiliated Tribes Organizational Chart and structure.  | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-021-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the appointment of Mr. Alex L. Gwinn as a full-standing member of the Education Committee.  | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-022-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE , BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby grants $1000 financial support to the Parshall Dive and Rescue Team. | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-023-DSB | 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 North East Segment "Parshall/Lucky Mound Community Development Board & Corporation, a true and correct photostatic copy of which charter is attached hereto. | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-024-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the governing body of the Three Affiliated Tribes supports and appreciates this culturally sponsored event by the Old Scouts Society; and FINALLY, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the expenditure $3,500.00 to the Old Scouts Society for the purpose of the Memorial Day Celebration. | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-025-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the governing body of the Three Affiliated Tribes supports and appreciates this culturally sponsored event by the Dead Grass Society; and FINALLY, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the expenditure $3,500.00 to the Dead Grass Society for the purpose of the Veterans Day Celebration.  | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-026-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Governing Body of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby Authorizes the expenditure of $500.00 for the Sobriety Awareness and Prevention Activities scheduled for February 24, 1996 at the New Town Civic | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-027-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby appoints the following individual to serve on the Fort Berthold Community College Board of Directors representing the Four Bears Segment effective immediately.  John Danks, member | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-028-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of land, exclusive of minerals, from John Sitting Crow, 301-U466 for a cash consideration of $8,263.72 which is the Fair Market Value, utilizing funds from the FmHA Land Purchase Account and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, It's Secretary, and the 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 land to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, to wit: 49, an undivided 487/16380 interest within SE1/4 Section 5, T. 149 N., R. 91 W., Fifth Principal Meridian, North Dakota, containing 160.00 acres, more or less, valued at $475.70. | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-029-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes and directs the Fort Berthold Housing Authority to immediately implement within its Admissions and Occupancy Policies an admissions preference which prioritizes applicants for housing as follows; 1) Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Members, then, 2) Non-Member Native Americans, and then, 3) all other applicants. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Executive Director of the Fort Berthold Housing Authority shall be directly responsible to accomplish the procedures necessary for implementation, with the aid and approval of the Fort Berthold Housing Authority Board of Commissioners. | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-030-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council proposes to contract with Indian Health Service, under Public Law 93-638 and Public Law 103-413, amending legislation to the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act, for those services, functions, and activities in the delivery of an effective health care program on the Fort Berthold Reservation; BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation elects to receive its tribal share of funding under Title I, Public Law 103413, used by the Central Offices of Indian Health Service and by the Aberdeen Area Office, Indian Health Service, in carrying out programs, services, functions and activities in the delivery of health care on the Fort Berthold Reservation; BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation requests the identification of its tribal share of Indian Health Service funding used in carrying out the programs, services, functions and activities in the delivery of health care on the Fort Berthold Reservation; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation requires the disclosure and availability of the financial information of Indian Health Service applicable to programs, services, functions and activities provided by Central and Area Offices of Indian Health Service; and by the Aberdeen Area Office, Indian Health Service, in the delivery of health care to Tribes, be made to the governing body of the Three Affiliated Tribes.  | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-031-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation elects, as provided in Title I, Public Law 103413, to receive directly its tribal share of funding used by the Central Offices of the Department of Interior and the Aberdeen Area Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Interior, in carrying out programs, services, functions and activities for the benefit of the Three Affiliated Tribes; and BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation requests, as provided in Titled, Public Law 103-413, the identification and determination of its tribal share of funding used by the Central Offices of the Department of Interior, and the Aberdeen Area Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Interior, for the delivery of programs and services and in the performance of functions and activities for the benefit of the Three Affiliated Tribes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation requires the disclosure and availability of the Department of Interior's financial information applicable to the programs, services, functions and activities provided by Central Offices of the Department of Interior; by Area Offices, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Interior; and by the Aberdeen Area Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Interior, be made to the governing body of the Three Affiliated Tribes | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-032-DSB | WHEREAS, The present Criminal Code of the Three Affiliated Tribes does not provide for any special penalties for persons whose actions cause, or are intended to cause, bodily injury to elected Tribal officials; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby amends the Criminal Code of the Three Affiliated Tribes as stated on the attached amendments, a copy of which is attached hereto. | 2/8/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-033-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes will set forth a positive and healthful example to all of those people, old and young alike, who visit the Tribal Administration Building by abolishing smoking within all areas and offices of the Tribal Administration Building, regardless of position or office held, thereby creating a Smoke Free Tribal Administration Building. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Amended by 96-060-DSB on 3-14-1996. |
  • 96-034-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby grants financial support to the Twin Buttes Community in the amount of $15,000 for provision of community based alcohol and drug abuse services; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council Treasurer shall determine from which Tribal account the above appropriation shall be made. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-035-DSB | Whereas, The Three Affiliated Tribes, through their Health and Human Service Department will use and continue to increase, strengthen and refine their administration and management of Child Protection Services on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation;  Now Therefore be it resolved, that the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby requests that the Title IV-B proposal be approved and request that Child Welfare Services Grants provide these funds.  Be It Further Resolved, that the Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes shall be allowed to negotiate and sign on behalf of the Tribal Business Council. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-036-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council goes on record to support continued viability and sustainability of the Native American Children and Family Services Training Institute as a tribally controlled entity and to promote the capacity building for the Three Affiliated Tribes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Whenever possible the Native American Children and Family Services Training Institute along with North Dakota Tribal Colleges be utilized to provide human service types of training and education that is culturally relevant and tribally specific to the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nations in the areas of children and family services.  | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-037-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council duly approves the enrollment of the following 41 applicants.  | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-038-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the submission of the grant proposal to develop a "Comprehensive Tribal Preservation Plan" to the National Park Service for funding. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-039-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That pursuant to the attached Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement between the New Town Ambulance Service District and the Three Affiliated Tribes, and subject to the approval of the Memorandum of  understanding by the New Town Ambulance Service District, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes a contribution to be made to the New Town Ambulance Service District of a maximum amount of | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-040-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That in consideration of the U.S. making the loan, and obtaining a Financing Statement and Security Agreement, and in consideration of the benefits to the members of the Three Affiliated Tribes to be derived from the construction of additional facilities for the Fort Berthold Community College, the Three Affiliated Tribes, acting through its Tribal Business Council, does hereby waive its sovereign immunity to suit or liability to the extent of the amount which the Three Affiliated Tribes may owe to the U.S. from time to time as a result of the loan; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That in consideration of the U.S. making the loan, and obtaining a Financing Statement and Security Agreement, and in consideration of the needs of the Fort Berthold Community College to improve its facilities for which it has waited more than three years, the Three Affiliated Tribes waive the Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO) for this project, under written protest, a copy of which accompanies this Resolution, and that the ordinance will not be enforced; and THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Chairman and the Treasurer of the Three Affiliated Tribes to execute all necessary documents for the closing of the loan with the Rural Economic and Community Development agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture for construction of additional facilities for the Fort Berthold Community College, including, but not limited to, a Promissory Note, Loan Resolution Security Agreement, Restricted Assignment of Trust Income, and all other necessary documents as required by the Letter of Conditions dated January 27, 1994 and as indicated by the letter of March 11, 1996, both letters addressed to the Chairman from the North Dakota State Office of the Rural Economic and Community Development agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and its predecessor, the Rural Development Administration of the Farmer's Home Administration.   | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-041-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes that the Three Affiliated Tribes is willing to join and become a part of an official association of North Dakota Indian gaming tribes, unofficially known as the "North Dakota Indian Gaming Association", and THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes designates the following two official representatives, Mark Fox and Ed Hall , to such further organizational meeting or meetings as may be necessary; and THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves an appropriation from Tribal accounts an initial quarterly expenditure of $7,500.00 as this Tribe's share of the amount needed to operate the gaming association described above, it being anticipated that each Tribe or Nation will commit a like amount for start-up of the gaming association, to be deposited in an appropriate bank account upon application for such funds by the governing body of a formally organized gaming association of North Dakota Indian tribes.  | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-042-DSB | BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council will go on record to support the North East Shelter Belt project. In the amount of $1,600.00 which is 50 % of the cost of said project.      NOW, THEREFOR BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council authorizes the Treasurer to make the necessary funds available to the Mandaree Tree & Park Committee by March 18.1996. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-043-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of land, exclusive of minerals, from Miriam Smith, 301-U591 for a cash consideration of $3,083,33 which is the Fair Market Value, utilizing funds from the FmHA Land Purchase Account for the farm land and Docket 350G for the grassland and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, It's Secretary, and the 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 land to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, to wit3/14/19967-0-0-0YActive
  • 96-044-DSBNOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of land, exclusive of minerals, from Elaine Smith, 30I-U849 for a cash consideration of $8,800.00 which is the Fair Market Value, utilizing funds from the FmHA Land Purchase Account for the farm land and Docket 350G for the grassland and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, It's Secretary, and the 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 land to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, to wit:  | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-045-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of land, exclusive of minerals, from Gerald Irwin, 301-U2376 for a cash consideration of $8,800.00 which is the Fair Market Value, utilizing funds from the FmHA Land Purchase Account for the farm land and Docket 350G for the grassland and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, It's Secretary, and the 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 land to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, to wit:  | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-046-DSB | WHEREAS, The Bureau of Reclamation shall provide necessary operation, maintenance and replacement funding to the Four Bears, Mandaree, Twin Buttes and White Shield facilities held in trust by the United States through the Bureau of Reclamation for the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to the Garrison Diversion Unit Reformation Act of 1986 (Public Law 99-294); and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes approves and authorizes the transfer of the above noted potable water supply systems to the United States through the Bureau of Reclamation to be held in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-047-DSB | WHEREAS, Pursuant to Chapter 18-2-4 (4) of the Game, Fish and Recreation Code of Laws, the Game and Fish Director will formulate and publish the respective proclamations annually, according to information gathered from census and studies. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council does empower the Game and Fish Division to enact and enforce the 1996-97 Fishing Proclamation as provided by the Chapter 18 Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-048-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes approves contracting under provisions of Public Law 103-413, amending legislation to the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act, all physician positions for the Fort Berthold Reservation, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes approves the contracting, under provisions of Public Law 103-413, amending legislation to the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act, of the services, functions and activities related to the recruitment and retention of physicians on the Fort Berthold Reservation. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-049-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes sanctions participation in the Tribal Management Grant Program that provides an opportunity to the Three Affiliated Tribes to improve management capacity and develop tribal capabilities in the administration and operation of health programs.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council approves the Three Affiliated Tribes' response to the invitation for a competitive Tribal Management Grant Application announced by the Department of Health and Human Services.  | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-050-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and approves Consultant Agreement #TF-96-60, between the Tribal Programs Manager, the Comprehensive Health Department and Gary Leva and Rick Knorr, Benewah Medical Center, to preform a comprehensive review of all Indian Health Service Programs and Tribal Health Programs, and to provide recommendations for greater efficiency of both Indian Health Service and Tribal Health Care Programs. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the amended Comprehensive Health Planner Budget to include a Consultant Line Item to accommodate the cost of the Health Care Programs Review.  | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-051-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council, supporting the economic development and growth throughout the Reservation, recognizes the potential existing in the White Shield Community for economic growth and supports the utilization of existing resources; BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council supports the efforts of Councilman Austin Gillette to fully capitalize upon an existing resource in strategically planning for economic growth and development and approves the financial support sought for the payment of architectural services necessary for a renovation and construction plan to accommodate the Uniband Data Entry Satellite in the White Shield Community; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council authorizes payment to Jiran Architects and Planners in the amount of $15,000 from available Tribal funds for renovation and construction plans to accommodate the Uniband Data Entry Satellite in the Ralph J. Wells Memorial Community Center located in the White Shield Community; and FINALLY, BE IT RESOLVED that Councilman Austin Gillette is authorized to designate the terms under which the financial support, provided through the Tribal Business Council from available Tribal funds in the amount of $15,000.00, is to be disbursed to Jiran Architects and Planners in order to assure timely and marked progress in the development of the venture.  | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-052-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council authorizes the packaging of a loan encumbering the Three Affiliated Tribes to the Community First National Bank of Dickinson, North Dakota, in an amount not to exceed $450,000 for renovation construction and furnishing of the Ralph J. Wells Memorial Community Center in the Community of White Shield to accommodate the establishment of a Data Entry Satellite; and BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council authorizes the pledging of interest derived from the Economic Recovery Fund established by the Equitable Compensation Act of 1992 for the Three Affiliated Tribes, as security to the Community First National Bank of Dickinson, North Dakota, in the loan packaging; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council retains its discretion to review and scrutinize the loan package, upon completion, for any changes, deletions, additions that the Council believes to be in the best interest of the Tribes; and FINALLY, BE IT RESOLVED That Community First National Bank loan package and all pertinent documentation shall be subject to final Tribal Business Council review and approval prior to closing of loan agreement. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-053-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the response of the Three Affiliated Tribes to the invitation of the United States Department of Agriculture to submit application for grant and/or zero interest loan funds for projects that develop the economy of a rural area or results in job creation. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-054-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the White Shield School Board to waive the requirement to submit Indian policies and procedures for their Impact Aid Application because it believes that the Tribe is satisfied with the provision of educational services by the White Shield School District to children residing on Indian lands. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-055-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council, hereby, approves the waiver for academic year 1995-96 for the requirement of Indian Policies and Procedures for the Mandaree, White Shield and Twin Buttes School Districts as authorized under P.L. 81-874, Section 8004 (c) and places the following tribal requirements forthwith | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-056-DSB | WHEREAS, The Tribal Education Department in collaboration with the Fort Berthold Community College is applying for a Language Preservation Grant through the Administration for Native Americans (ANA); and THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby designates the Tribal Education Department to develop and submit an application to the Administration for Native Americans which will focus on a tribal plan for preservation of the language and culture of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-057-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Council hereby agrees to employ a reputable accounting firm to help analyze operations and establish a system of reporting relative to internal controls at the Four Bears Casino. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council hereby delegates its authority to the Chairman and Treasurer to negotiate and finalize the Contract with the accounting firm, and that the administration and supervision of the work performed under the contract, as well as all other associated activities shall be the responsibility of the Tribal Gaming Committee. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED That the amount to be payed by the Three Affiliated Tribes under the Contract for fiscal year 1996 shall not exceed eighteen thousand dollars ($18,000). | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-058-DSB | WHEREAS, District 4 has 35 Delegates which will represent District 4 at the state DNPL Convention in Fargo, North Dakota, March 28, 29, 30; and WHEREAS, Several Tribal members from Fort Berthold have been selected to Represent the District as representatives to the state DNPL convention; and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the tribal Business Council that travel and other expenses for tribal member's shall be paid for by the tribe; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all representative tribal members sponsored by the Three Affiliated Tribes shall be required file proper close outs for travel received. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-059-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby employs Dennis Edward Johnson, Ltd. (a professional corporation), of P.O. Box 1260, Watford City, North Dakota 58854, to serve in the capacity as Special Prosecutor for the Three Affiliated Tribes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the rate of pay shall be set at Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000.00), per month until completion of the project, not to exceed the award of the Edward Byrne Grant, which is the sum of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00); and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the attached Consultant Agreement with Dennis Edward Johnson, Ltd. (a professional corporation). | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-060-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby amends Resolution #96-33-DSB to include a designated smoking area within the Three Affiliated Tribes Administration Building for enrolled members, employees, and visitors. | 3/14/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-061-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves entry into the Special Counsel Contract with the Native American Rights Fund for the continued provision of legal representation in the case entitled A-1 Contractors and Lyle Stockart v. Honorable William D. Strata, Associate Tribal Judge of the Tribal Court of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, et al., said Contract to be effective throughout the period from February 15, 1996 through June 30, 1997 and the total attorney fees and expenses assessed under said Contract not to exceed the total amount of $45,000.00 ($18,000.00 to be allocated to the services associated with the filing of the Petition for Writ of Certiorari and, if granted, $27,000.00 to be allocated to the services associated with the briefing and argument on the merits).  | 3/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-062-DSB | WHEREAS, The Alcohol "Circle of Life" Program Policy and Procedures Manual establishes a level of accountability to ensure that services provided are in compliance with IHS (Chapter 18) and the State of North Dakota standards; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby adopts the Alcohol "Circle of Life" Program Policy and Procedures Manual.  | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-063-DSB | WHEREAS, MEC presently has a Mentor-Protégé Agreement in place with Northrop Grumman Corporation, but, due to recent Department of Defense cutbacks and lack of work, MEC is forced to seek more subcontracting opportunities outside of Northrop-Grumman in order to continue operating; and is hereby requesting financial support from the Tribal Business Council to pursue marketing. (See attached First American Marketing Corporation Proposal and MEC Budget.) NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves $8,280.00 for MEC for marketing purposes.  | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-064-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Fort Berthold Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, upon adoption of this Resolution shall be a body comprised of seven (7) members as above described, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the official actions of the existing seven member Board shall be recognized as duly conducted proceedings, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That Tribal Ordinance 1-62 be amended to reflect this change in membership size.  | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-065-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, to attempt to meet the housing needs of Fort Berthold tribal members that the Tribal Employment Rights Office and the Three Affiliated Tribes do hereby reduce the TERO fee to .67% of the Development Projects ND 5-26, ND 5-27, and ND 5-28, of the Fort Berthold Housing Authority. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, at the completion of the Fort Berthold Housing Authority's Development Projects, any funds not utilized will be paid toward the TERO fees not to exceed 2.5% or $100,000.00. | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-066-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes does rescind R#94-028-MW, as it pertains to the Mandaree Street Project. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes will, through the Three Affiliated Tribes Transportation Planning Department, P.L. 93-638 Contract the construction phase of the Mandaree Streets Project to include the designing and construction of a pedestrian crossing project. | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active
  • 96-067-DSB | WHEREAS, The DEQ in its quest to increase interest in science and associated fields, is promoting the education of children using environmental education; to provide information regarding the availability of science related opportunities available to Native Americans and to provide this information in a "hands-on setting"; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Council shall provide the sum of $700 for the purpose of sending 4 students (Tribal members) to "hands-on" environmental camps located in Washburn and Amidon. This amount of money shall cover the cost of a week long camp and transportation costs. | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-068-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the purchase of one new compactor truck using Tribal funds. Said equipment purchases not to exceed $120,000. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That a lease/purchase agreement shall be subject to post review and subsequent approval by the Chairman and Treasure of the Tribal Business Council. | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-069-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby support United Tribes Technical College in its submission of an application for a grant to ensure continued and expanded educational opportunities for Indian students and to allow for the improvement and expansion of the physical resources, under the Tribally-Controlled Vocational Institutions Program as authorized under the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Act; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That the Three Affiliated Tribes does herein continue to authorize the United Tribes Technical College to operate its program under Public Law 93-638, the Indian Self-Determination and Educational Assistance Act, and amending legislation, with the United States Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs.   | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-070-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council, the official governing body of the above-named Tribe/Nation, hereby authorizes Russell D. Mason, Sr., Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, who is the principle official of the Three Affiliated Tribes, to take the necessary action to place the Tribe/Nation in membership with the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI); BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That Tribal funds in the amount of One Thousand Dollars  ($1,000.00) based on the tribal membership dues schedule to the NCAI By-Laws, Article III, Section (b), are authorized to be paid such Tribal Membership in NCAI; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That, based on the tribal citizenry of ten thousand one hundred and sixty three (10,163), the Tribe shall have one hundred and eighty (180) votes in accordance with Article IV, Section 3 of the NCAI Constitution; FURTHER, BE IT RESOLVED That, pursuant to Article V, Section 2 of the NCAI Constitution, the Tribe designates the following-named persons:  as Delegate and Alternate Delegates 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 51st Annual Convention and Executive Council Meetings; and, NOW therefore be it FINALLY RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council hereby appoints Russell D. Mason, Sr., Chairman, as NCAI Delegate, and Edwin Hall, Vice Chairman, and Mark Fox, as NCAI Alternates.  | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-071-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated hereby delegates to the Three Affiliated Tribes Gaming Commission the authority to make determinations of rehabilitation and to waive Tribal members' prior criminal histories. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Gaming Commission shall consider requests for waivers of Tribal members' criminal histories and shall make determinations thereon as provided in the attached Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council Gaming Committee Policy. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Gaming Commission shall report its determinations on requests for waivers of criminal histories to the Chairman of the Tribal Gaming Committee on a bimonthly basis. | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-072-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council designates the Lakeside State Bank, New Town, NO, as the depository of funds to carry out the expansion construction of Phase II for the Fort Berthold Community College.  | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-073-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves of an increase of the Wake Fund to Three Thousand Dollars ($3000.), effective hereafter, and that such funds necessary for this support shall come from the Docket Revenues and tribal gaming revenue.  | 4/11/1996 | Y | Rescinded  by 97-245-DSB on 12-08-1997 |
  • 96-074-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves of the following appointments to the respective committees: EXECUTIVE NATURAL RESOURCES Russell Mason, Chair Austin Gillette, Chair Edwin Hall, Vice Ed Hall, Mark Fox, Treasurer Ivan Johnson, Daylon S.Bear,Seer. Eugene Voight, John Stone, Jr., JUDICIARY; Mark Fox, Chair, Russell Mason, Ivan Johnson, Luther Grinnell, GAMING; Mark Fox, Chair, Edwin Hall, Russell Mason, HUMAN RESOURCES; R. Mason, Chair, Austin Gillette, Daylon Spotted Bear, Herbert Wilson, CREDIT & FINANCE; Mark Fox, Chair, Austin Gillette, Edwin Hall, EDUCATION; R. Mason, Chair, Mark Fox, Ivan Johnson, Celeste Witham, Alex Gwin, TRANSPORTATION; D. Spotted Bear Ivan Johnson, G. Fast Dog, | 4/11/1996 | Y | Amends 95-178-DSB |
  • 96-075-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby formally approves the adoption of the Declaration of Policies and Plan of Operation/Tribal Small Loan Program, a photostatic copy of which document is attached hereto. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby expressly authorizes the Credit and Finance Committee of the Council to reorganize, amend and further develop, as deemed advisable and necessary, the Declaration of Policies and Plan of Operation/Tribal Small Loan Program.  | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-076-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation approves the delivery of services to non Indian, non-beneficiary dialysis patients through the Three Affiliated Tribes Renal Dialysis Service component of the Tribal Health Program.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation authorizes its Renal Dialysis Service component of the Tribal Health Program to charge for services provided non-Indian, non-beneficiary dialysis patients and to bill them or third party carriers for services provided.  | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-077-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council grant easement for a (25) twenty five year "Right of Way" agreement with the McKenzie Bay Marine Club, and that the monetary consideration covered by this resolution shall parallel the Curtis Young Bear Lease: A negotiated public use Right-of Way in the McKenzie Bay area. The Right-of-Way agreement between the Tribe and the McKenzie Bay Marina will expire in the year 2021, at which time it will be renewable for another twenty five years upon mutual agreement. | 4/11/1996 | Y | Rescinded by 96-079-DSB on 4-22-1996. |
  • 96-078-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby awards the construction contract to Capital City Construction of Bismarck, North Dakota, and shall construct the facilities as follows: • Mandaree Treatment Plant not to exceed $539,000.00 • White Shield Treatment Plant not to exceed $927,000.00 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Tribal Chairman to execute the contract documents on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes.  | 4/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-079-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby rescinds Resolution No. 96-77-DSB in all respects. | 4/22/1996 | Y |Active |
  • 96-080-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby directs that the appropriate and necessary action be taken to assign and transfer to the Community First National Bank and Trust Company of Dickinson, North Dakota, the note and all existing documentation (including the existing Bureau of Indian Affairs loan guarantee) of the capital loan currently with the First International Bank of Watford city. North Dakota; and now BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby directs that the appropriate and necessary action be taken to secure from the Community First National Bank and Trust Company of Dickinson, North Dakota, a loan in the amount of One Hundred Fourteen Thousand Nine Hundred Fifty Dollars ($114,950.00) and authorizes and directs the Chairman and Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council to sign all documents necessary to secure said loan; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby expressly authorizes a limited waiver of the sovereign immunity of the Three Affiliated Tribes for the purpose of the enforcement of any loan document to be entered into between the Three Affiliated Tribes and the Community First National Bank and Trust Company of Dickinson, North Dakota, pursuant to this Resolution, such waiver to be specifically limited to the amount of the loan transaction, including accrued interest and any accumulated penalties and costs. | 4/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-081-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that authorization is given to Delphine Baker, Director and Terrasina Logg, Vendor Manager for signature authority on all checks processed through this account; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby gives authorization for the above stated individuals to manage internal controls of this account. | 4/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-082-DSB | WHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes recognized the fact that the Four Bears Sewage System is operating beyond its design capabilities; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation hereby requests to the Indian Health Service and the Natural Resources Department to do all things necessary in obtaining a plan of action and to remedy the existing problem. | 4/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-083-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes does grant Fort Berthold Development Corporation, it's financial request, as presented to the Three Affiliated Tribes Finance Committee for $30,000.00. | 4/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-084-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes requests the Drags Wolf Village Streets Addition Project, be added to the Bakersfield Streets Project, currently being designed, and for which the Three Affiliated Tribes will PL 93-638 contract the construction of.  | 4/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-085-DSB | WHEREAS, The Tribal Business Council hereby directs the Tribal Chairman and Tribal Treasurer to establish the necessary accounts at the Community First National Bank and Trust Company of Dickinson, ND to facilitate the fiduciary needs of the Fort Berthold Development Corporation; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby delegates the signatory authority to the Tribal Chairman, the Tribal Treasurer, and Ted Danks, Administrator, Fort Berthold Development Corporation, to sign and execute all documents of said accounts. | 4/25/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-086-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby requests that the United States support the Tribes' Petition for Certiorari to the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of A-1 Contractors and Lyle Stockart v. Honorable William D. Strata, Associate Tribal Judge of the Tribal Court of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, et al. , No. 92-3359, by filing with the Supreme Court a brief as amicus curiae urging that the Court accept the case for review. | 4/25/1996 | Y | Active
  • 96-087-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby states its opposition to Measure 5 on the June 8, 1996 North Dakota primary, which would amend the North Dakota Constitution to allow slot machine-like gaming devices in every bar in North Dakota; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council further authorizes the two representatives of the Three Affiliated Tribes to the North Dakota Indian Gaming Association (NDIGA) to participate in the efforts of NDIGA to defeat Measure 5 and promote Indian gaming at the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation; and further authorizes no more than $2,500 to be spent in support of the effort to defeat Measure 5, the exact amount to be left to the discretion of the Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council. | 4/25/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-088-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes its Tribal Chairman or Vice-Chairman to execute the attached agreement for provision of telemedicine equipment to the Three Affiliated Tribes Kidney Dialysis Unit between the Three Affiliated Tribes and the St. Alexius Medical Center. | 4/25/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-089-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the appointment Whitney Bell as a member of the TERO Commission, effective March 14, 1996, in replacement of Terry Fredericks, hereby fulfilling the amended provisional requirements of Chapter 16 of the Ordinance of the Tribal Employee Rights Office.  | 4/25/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-090-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council authorizes the Three Affiliated Tribes Traffic Safety Program to pursue funding, and to represent the Tribes on all matters pertaining to the Indian Highway Safety Program, relative to the grant application therefrom.  | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-091-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT; The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby confirms the nomination of Mr. James Banks and makes official his appointment to the Three Affiliated Tribes Tax Commission, with all rights and responsibilities thereunder for a period of three (3) years commencing on the twenty-fifth (25th) day of May, 1996. | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-092-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that, in order to bring USDA programs, including the formation of a Tribal USDA service center, to the Reservation, the Tribal Business Council authorizes the establishment of a Memorandum of Agreement between the Three Affiliated Tribes and the USDA; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Tribes intend to establish a Fort Berthold Conservation District based upon the exterior boundaries of the Fort Berthold Reservation, and, to this end, the Tribal Business Council authorizes the Tribal Chairman to submit a letter to the USDA requesting the designation of the Fort Berthold Reservation boundaries as a Conservation District under the 1994 Reorganization Act. | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-093-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council has authorized the acceptance of the attached "Mission Statement" of the Memorandum of Agreement between the Three Affiliated Tribes and the USDA. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Council designates said "Mission Statement" as a standard for the cooperative working relationship between the Tribes and the USDA in future dealings. | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-094-DSB | 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 nonprofit corporate 'charter to the Hosh-ka Band Descendants Reunion, a true and correct photo static copy of which charter is attached hereto | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-095-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby resolves and requests that the Bruce H. Lien Co. provide $12,500 to the North Dakota Indian Gaming Association to assist in the unified campaign against Measure #5, to be treated as an expense of the Casino, with the $12,500 to be treated as an operational expense of the Casino; and THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That should the Tribe be unable, for any reason, to secure the necessary funds for this campaign from Bruce H. Lien Co. and the Four Bears Lodge and Casino, the Tribal Business Council further authorizes, notwithstanding Resolution #96-87-DSB, a total of $7,500 to be provided to the NDIGA to be used solely for the campaign against Measure #5.  | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-096-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of land, exclusive of minerals, from Janice Malnourie, 301-U1698 for a cash consideration of $18,000.00 which is the Fair Market Value, utilizing funds from the FmHA Land Purchase Account for the farm land and Docket 350G for the grassland and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, It's Secretary, and the Superintendent of the Fort Berthold Agency, the Area Director, and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prepare the documents and to do all things necessary to transfer title of the land to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, to wit: | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-097-DSB | WHEREAS, The Natural Resources Committee wish to adopt a Temporary or Seasonal Hiring procedure, with proper guide lines; and WHEREAS, The Natural Resources Department has historically been dealing with seasonal workers for a number of years; and NOW, THEREFORE , BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation hereby amends the hiring policy of the Three Affiliated Tribes to include the following policy: | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-098-DSB | WHEREAS, OM&R Program has obtain bids on a sidewalk project between the Tribal Administration Building and the OM&R Building; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation hereby authorizes that the Operation, Maintenance & Replacement Program enter into a consultant agreement with Bills Construction for the attached bid document and not to exceed the price of $4,380.00 | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-099-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated, hereby authorizes and directs the payment of $600 to the North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Services as and for annual dues for membership in such organization for calendar year 1996.  | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-100-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council approves the appointment of Ms. Phyllis Cross as a full standing member of the Three Affiliated Tribes Human Resource Committee | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-101-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves and adopts the attached Organizational Charts; 1. Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council Committees Organizational Chart; 2. Three Affiliated Tribes Tribally Chartered Corporations and Enterprises; 3. Three Affiliated Tribes Organizational Chart Staffing and Line of Authority. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the attached Organizational Charts are the most current and supersede previous actions taken by the Tribal Business Council regarding Organizational Structure of the Three Affiliated Tribes.  | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-102-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby authorize the expenditure of $1,000 as a reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the individual or individuals responsible for setting fire to Ed Hall's hay.   | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-103-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the release of the District Court from serving as the Contractor in the oversight and administration of the grant; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Department of SOCIAL services to serve as the Contractor to oversee and administer the grant award from the U.S. Dept. of Justice, Children's Justice Act Grant Program, and that such tribal agency shall write a short letter or memo indicating the proposed change to Ms. Cathy Sanders, including the attachment of this Resolution.  | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-104-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the per diem rate for each non Council committee member hereafter shall be as follows: A. On time appearance by committee member but failure of Committee to establish a quorum: $ 25.00 B. Continuous attendance at the meeting for a total time not exceeding four(4) hrs.: $ 50.00 C. Continuous attendance at the meeting for a total time exceeding four (4) hrs.: $ 75.00 | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-105-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes recognize said USDA policies and for purposes of  USDA program delivery on the Fort Berthold Reservation do hereby declare that every enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes are socially disadvantaged and economically depressed.   | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-106-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes a total of $2,500, the amount agreed to as a settlement of the amount owed to Dakota Fence, Inc. to complete payment on the playground equipment at Drags Wolf village. | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-107-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, or his designee, to execute in behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes any and all documents serving to expedite an otherwise time-consuming process in finalizing the Uniband Data Entry Satellite project for the East Segment of the Fort Berthold Reservation. | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-108-DSB | 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 a nonprofit corporation to be known as the Fort Berthold Communications Enterprise, under which charter the Tribally-owned FM radio station will be managed and operated (a true and correct photo static copy of which charter is attached hereto). | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-109-DSB | 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 a business corporation to be known as the Fort Berthold Publishing and Printing Enterprise, under which charter the Tribally-owned newspaper will be managed and operated (a true and correct photo static copy of which charter is attached hereto).5/10/19967-0-0-0YActive
  • 96-110-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby appoints Mr. Dean Winkjer of Williston, North Dakota to serve as the Associate District Judge for the Three Affiliated Tribes commencing May 3, 1996 to December 31, 1996. | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-111-DSB | BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the appointment of the Office Manager, Dixie Howling Wolf, to serve in the capacity as the Judicial Resources Manager shall be a temporary appointment, ending September 30, 1996. | 5/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-112-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby grants to Linda F. Gourneau a loan in the amount of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00) and authorizes and directs the Chairman and the Treasurer of the Council to execute on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes duplicate copies of the attached Memorandum of Agreement. | 5/24/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-113-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council does hereby approve and submit a grant application requesting funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development IHGP competition for the purpose of new housing construction through out the Fort Berthold Reservation. THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council does hereby approve and commit the following resources to implement and manage the proposed project: FINALLY, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents pertaining to the propose Fiscal Year 1996 Three Affiliated Tribes HOME Grant Program. | 5/24/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-114-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby formally approves and adopts the legislative provisions entitled "Landlord Tenant Code", a true and correct copy of which Code is attached hereto.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the attached Landlord-Tenant Code shall become effective immediately and shall be designated as Chapter 33 of the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the attached Landlord-Tenant Code shall supersede the provisions currently included in Chapter 2, Sections 3A and 3B of the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes and said Sections 3A and 3B of | 5/24/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-115-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby formally approves and adopts the legislative provisions entitled "Foreclosure Code", a true and correct copy of which Code is attached hereto. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the attached Foreclosure Code shall become effective immediately and shall be designated as Chapter 34 of the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the provisions set forth in the attached Foreclosure Code shall supersede any and all conflicting provisions currently included in the Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 5/24/1996 | Y | Rescinded     |  
  • 96-116-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, pursuant to its Constitutional authority, hereby formally approves entry into the In House Counsel Contract between the Three Affiliated Tribes and P. Diane Avery (a photo static copy of which Contract is attached hereto and made part hereof), subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior or his authorized representative pursuant to 25 U.S.C. Section 476 as delegated by 10 BIAM 3.1.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That as provided in Clause 10 of the attached Contract, it is mutually understood and agreed to by the parties to the Contract that payment of compensation and expenses under the terms of the Contract shall be contingent upon the availability of Tribal funds throughout the term of the Contract.  | 5/24/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-117-N | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of Marina Shayne Arellano.  | 5/24/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-118-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Chairman or the Treasurer to establish an account at Lakeside State Bank in New Town, North Dakota, for the sole and exclusive purpose of being the depository of any and all funds collected or to be disbursed from the Tribal Small Loans Program. The authorized signators on this account are the Tribal Treasurer, Tribal Chairman and the Small Loan Director. Any two of the three authorized are required to sign all checks.  | 5/24/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-119-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes amends Resolution # 95-86 DSB to reflect the changes as stated; WHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes appoints; Tribal Council member, Daylon Spotted Bear, Secretary of the Three Affiliated Tribal Council or his designee. The current Chairman of the Fort Berthold Injury Prevention Coalition and Three Affiliated Tribes' Traffic Safety Manager and or their designees , and WHEREAS, Acting in technical & advisory capacity in support of the NAIPC, and the Fort Berthold Injury Prevention Coalition, will be the Fort Berthold BIA Chief of police, IHS Health Education, IHS Sanitation. | 5/24/1996 | Y | Amends 95-086-DSB |
  • 96-120-DSB | Therefore Be It Resolved, The Three Affiliated Tribes Social Service Program will no longer process singles applications effective June 1, 1996 and all able bodied singles will be removed from the general assistance rolls. | 5/24/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-121-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BY IT RESOLVED, That the tribe formally adopts the Three Affiliated Tribes Employment Training Department's Policies and Procedures. | 5/24/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-122-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, It is the considered judgment of the Tribal Business Council to further specify the duties and responsibilities of the Magistrate to include the signing of Exparte Child Custody Orders provided the petitioner is the Three Affiliated Tribes; the signing of Exparte Adult Abuse Protection Orders; Emergency Commitments; and, such authority shall also extend over the performing of marriage ceremonies; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Court shall comply with the statutory time frame for the scheduling of the full hearings in the above identified subject areas. | 5/24/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-123-DSB | WHEREAS, The Tribes are in receipt of beneficial revenues generated from the gaming activities authorized by federal law under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, 25 U.S.C. S. 2701 et seq.; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council does hereby grant and donate twelve thousand ($12,000.) dollars to each of the respective segment communities in support of their traditional and cultural activities held during fiscal year 1996. | 5/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-124-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation approves the rejection of all bids submitted for the renovation construction and modernization of the Ralph J. Wells Memorial Community Center to accommodate the data entry Satellite Station to be established in White Shield; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation approves the process by which the Three Affiliated Tribes may undertake, to project completion, the renovation construction and modernization of the Community Center in White Shield to accommodate the data entry Satellite Station to be established; FURTHER, BE IT RESOLVED, That, in order to expedite the process, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council to execute all documents necessary to effectively implement the process by which the Three Affiliated Tribes will undertake, to project completion, the renovation construction and modernization of the White Shield Community Center; and BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, That, in order to further expedite the process, while ensuring the effective and successful completion of the project, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council or Councilman Austin Gillette to select and appoint an individual to serve in a supervisory, managerial capacity in the renovation construction and modernization phase | 5/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-125-DSB | Whereas, The Three Affiliated Tribes Social Service Program will no longer process singles applications effective June 1, 1996 and all able bodies singles will be removed from the General Assistance rolls.  Now, Therefore, Be it Resolved, That only those singles who have been a head of household for a year or more shall be eligible to receive General Assistance. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-126-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby authorize the donation of $2,400.00 to the North Dakota State Extension Service Summer Youth Program. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-127-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Chairman and the Tribal Treasurer to execute the attached Lease Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding between the Three Affiliated Tribes and North American Munitions Corporation concerning machine tool equipment that will be leased from the Three Affiliated Tribes; and THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the machine tool equipment described above from Productivity, Inc. for the total cost of $599,900, to be leased to North American Munitions Corporation. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-128-DSB | WHEREAS, This settlement with the BIA will allow the LCM bankruptcy to be completed and will allow all obligations of LCM to have been discharged in the Bankruptcy Court; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council hereby approves the purchase of the assets of LCM from the BIA and the settlement of the Tribe's and LCM's indebtedness with the BIA and further approves the loan with Lakeside State Bank of New Town in the amount of $160,900.95 and further authorizes the Tribal Chairman or the Tribal Treasurer to execute all documents associated with the loan with Lakeside State Bank. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-129-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Chairman and the Tribal Treasurer be authorized to negotiate a contract with Russell E. Andrews of Schechter, Dokken and Kanter in Minneapolis, Minnesota for a comprehensive audit of all Category I expenses for the construction and major capital improvements to the Four Bears Casino and Lodge and related facilities.6/18/1996 | Y | Active|
  • 96-130-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Chairman and the Tribal Treasurer to release the internal controls report as they deem necessary to senior management of the Four Bears Casino and Lodge and otherwise that the report remain confidential. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-131-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby approves the 1994-1995 audit of Four Bears Casino and Lodge and associated enterprises and authorizes its release to the National Indian Gaming Commission and the office of the North Dakota Attorney General. 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-132-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the direct action of ordering the eighteen (18) Portable toilets is deemed proper and necessary to avoid seriously compromising the health, safety and welfare of the Three Affiliated Tribes and its membership; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the governing body approves and authorizes the payment to Basin Septic Service of Williston, North Dakota on completion of the water Pump repair in the Mandaree District; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the full council gives approval to the Tribal Treasurer and the Tribal Chairman to authorize such payment when the portable toilets are no longer necessary. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-133-DSB | WHEREAS, Indian Health Services has advised the tribe on the projects 'ability to be funded according to priority formula developed by IHS and; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation hereby requests the following priority list be as stated: 1. Scatter Homes 2. Four Bears Water Storage 3. Breslin subdivision. Water and Sewer 4. Four Bears Lagoon System Relocation | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-134-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE , BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation hereby authorizes cooperative agreement and consultant agreement with High Plains Consortium for planning the new Four Bears Lagoon System. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-135-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the attached Indirect Cost Proposal for FY-96, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Chairman is hereby authorized to sign the FY-96 Indirect Cost Proposal on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-136-DSB | WHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby adopts a new capitalization policy in accordance with 0MBCircular A-87 for FY-96. The level of which capitalization will be enacted shall be $5,000.00, anything less than this amount will be expensed; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby adopts a new capitalization policy for FY-96 and shall make it a part of the Three Affiliated Tribe's Financial Policy and Procedures, and | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-137-DSB | WHEREAS, The Three Affiliated Tribes' Council sanctions also the recommendation of the Three Affiliated Tribes Transportation Committee to Public Law 93-638 contact the construction of the Bakersfield Streets & Cemetery Road projects. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes will Public Law 93-638 contract the Bakersfield Streets and Cemetery Road projects. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-138-DSB | WHEREAS, Emerson Plenty Chief, is eligible for enrollment with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of Fort Yates, North Dakota and has applied for membership. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Emerson Plenty Chief, is hereby relinquished from the official membership roll of the Three Affiliated Tribes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is to be advised of this action by a copy of this approved Resolution. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-139-DSB | WHEREAS, Cheryl Lynn Abe,, is eligible for enrollment with the Navajo Nation of Window Rock, Arizona and has applied for membership. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Cheryl Lynn Abe, is hereby relinquished from the official membership roll of the Three Affiliated Tribes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Navajo Nation is to be advised of this action by a copy of this approved Resolution. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-140-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of the following 31 Applicants | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-141-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Chairman or the Tribal Treasurer to execute the attached Lease Agreement and any other necessary documents for the completion of the lease agreement to allow the Tribe to acquire a new garbage truck with attachments; and THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby expressly approves a limited waiver of sovereign immunity concerning the lease of the garbage truck, specifically limited to the amount of the contractual amount contained in the lease agreement | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-142-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby officially adopts the Minimum Internal Control Standards as adopted by the National Indian Gaming Association, the latest version of which is dated June 5, 1995 for use at the Four Bears Casino and Lodge; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council directs that the Bruce H. Lien Co., in its present capacity as the operating manager of the Four Bears Casino and Lodge, accept the Tribes' adoption of the Minimum Internal Control Standards of the National Indian Gaming Association dated June 5, 1995 for use by the Four Bears Casino and Lodge and put such standards into place within six (6) months of the date of enactment of this resolution. | 6/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-143-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council ratifies and approves of the attached letter, and authorizes the Tribes' lawyers and the Tribal Tax Director to enter into an agreement with the lawyers for the cooperatives, or any one of them, substantially on the terms set out in the attached letter, allowing the cooperatives to pay the assessed taxes into escrow and containing such other items as are acceptable to the Tribal Tax Director and to the Tribes' lawyers.  | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-144-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby requests that the Bureau of Indian Affairs be removed from the business of law and order within Indian country; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby requests that funding for both law enforcement and tribal judicial systems be transferred to the Department of Justice, which is better suited as having exceptional expertise in law and order matters, as opposed to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, which does not have this special and technical expertise. | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-145-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby approves disbursement of $4,550.00 to the Three Affiliated Tribes Gaming Commission, which monies are to be used in covering the cost of processing fingerprint cards through the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Indian Gaming Commission. | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-146-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves disbursement of $70,917.00 to the Three Affiliated Tribes Gaming Commission, which monies are to be used in | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-147-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes the Natural Resources Department to utilize Mr. Steve Cates to digitize the acquired coal data into the tribal GIS.  | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-148-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes the Natural Resources Department Environmental Division to submit a grant to the Federal Emergency Response Agency for monies to enhance the Tribes emergency response capabilities.  | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-149-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby appoints Mrs. Marilyn Hudson to the Native American Indian Advisory Committee, for a period of 2 years, ending on July 11, 1998. | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-150-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby, in compliance with Chapter 27 of the Tribal Code of laws, appoints MARION WOLF to the Gaming Commission to serve as a Tribal Gaming Commissioner. | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-151-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby in compliance with Chapter 27, Section 2. §2.1, appoints the members of the Gaming Commission and they shall serve terms of four (4) years, we hereby appoint and reinstates Edmund White Bear, Sr., to fill the vacancy | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-152-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council does hereby authorize the development and operations of an Elderly Assistance Conversion Program to assist such members to successfully participate in the FBHA Unit Conversion Policy program; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Council does hereby authorize the Tribal Credit and Finance Committee to establish procedures, review, approve, and finalize elderly applicants in their application for assistance in this program BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, That financial assistance provided to tribal elder program participants shall not exceed three thousand dollars ($3000.) per elder applicant and unit, unless approved otherwise by Tribal Business Council action. | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-153-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the White Shield School has the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council's fullest support and cooperation in the submittal of the Buffalo Hunt Grant Application under the School-to-Work Opportunities Act Indian Program Grants source and extends its commitment to the project totally. | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-154-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the White Shield School has the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council's fullest support and cooperation in the submittal of the Buffalo Hunt Grant Application under the School-to-Work Opportunities Act Indian Program Grants source and extends its commitment to the project totally. | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-155-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE IT BE RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council desires to Recontract with the State Department of Public Instruction, U.S. Payment of Agriculture for continued Commodity Services operation: and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes requests that $160,467.00 be granted for this purpose. | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-156-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the contracting of Fiscal Year 1996 funding received through Grants under the Library Services and Construction Act (LSCA), Title IV, Library Services to Indian Tribes and Hawaiian Natives Programs to the Fort Berthold Community College for purposes outlined above. | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-157-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That any entity or individual leasing Tribal land must agree, as a condition of the lease, to preserve any rights of way across such land which exist at the time the lease is executed; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That any entity or individual who wishes to exchange land with the Tribes must agree, as a condition of the exchange, to preserve any rights of way across such land the individual or entity is obtaining as a result of the exchange which exist at the time the exchange is completed; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Any entity or individual leasing Tribal land or who obtains land through an exchange of lands with the Tribes must further agree, as a condition of the lease or exchange, to allow a right-of-way through the land to persons who own or lease lands who have no other means of access except through the land leased from the Tribes or obtained through an exchange of lands with the Tribes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That any entity or individual leasing Tribal land or who obtains land through an exchange of lands with the Tribes must agree, as a condition of the lease or exchange, to provide access to the Tribes to the land leased or obtained through an exchange of lands with the Tribes for the purposes of lease enforcement or for purposes of Tribal economic development which requires access and which does not diminish substantially the rights of the lessee or owner to the use of the lands leased or owned; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That in the case of the Tribes or persons desiring a right-of-way to their property through land leased from the Tribes or obtained through an exchange of lands with the Tribes, the cost of obtaining the right-of-way shall be borne by the person seeking the right of way; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this resolution will supersede any previous resolutions regarding Tribal rights of way ingress and egress should such a resolution or resolutions exist; further, the conditions mentioned in this Resolution will be attached to all leases involving Tribal lands and as a condition of any exchange of Tribal lands. | 7/11/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-158-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That after thorough consideration of all community development needs within the Fort Berthold Reservation, the Tribal Business Council hereby directs the execution and filling of an application for financial assistance under the Indian Community Development Block Grant 1996 program for the following proposed activities:  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby certifies that the requirements of 24 CFR 953.604 (a) and (c) have been complied with in the development of this application to ensure adequate citizen participation input and that at least 51% of the proposed projects beneficiaries will be low and moderate income persons; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby adopts the attached Operation and Maintenance plan for said Community Facilities and commits $70,334 annually from the Tribes Indirect Cost Pool of which $33,334 will be for the operation and maintenance of the Proposed New Field Clinic Building and New Senior Citizen Community Center in the White Shield Segment and the other $37,000 will be for the operation and maintenance of the Proposed Expanded Multi-Purpose Community Facility in the Twin Buttes Segment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council Hereby certifies that the Demographic Data submitted have been collected systematically, are statistically reliable, feasible, independently verifiable, and differ from the Fort Berthold Agency BIA Service Area. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby commits local matching funds for the projects in the following amounts to be disbursed from Tribal Income: | 7/19/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-159-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby certifies that the data collected by The Twin Buttes Community Board was done independently and is verifiable; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council certifies the following survey of demographic data/information to be true and correct: 1) Total Number of Persons to Benefit From South Segment CDBG Project = 228, 2) Number of Persons at Low to Moderate Income Benefiting = 196, 3) Percentage of Beneficiaries at Low to Moderate Income = 86% | 7/19/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-160-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby acknowledges that the number two priority for the FY 1996 Community Development Block Grant Application is for the expansion of the Twin Buttes Multi-Purpose Community Facility located in the South Segment* | 7/19/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-161-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby adopts the attached Maintenance and Operation Plan for the proposed expansion of the Twin Buttes Multi purpose Community Facility; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council will continue to provide the financial support currently provided to the South Segment for the Maintenance and Operation of the proposed expansion of the Twin Buttes Multi-Purpose Community Facility through the Indirect Cost Pool to ensure the proper maintenance and operation for life of such facility, at approximately $37,000. dollars annually, and that these funds are projected to become available within sixty (60) days after completion for the proposed project; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council will provide a financial cash match of twenty five percent (25%) of the total project cost for the FY 1996 CDBG Application for the proposed expansion of the Multi-Purpose Community Facility; Total Project Cost = $166,273., 25% match = $41,568.25 of which will be available immediately and not more than three months after the date of Notice of Grant Award; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That prior to submission of the Application, the Three Affiliated Tribes certifies that they have;   BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council as the Governing Body of the Three Affiliated Tribes, fully supports and is committed to improving the quality of life for all Tribal Members in the South Segment and that upon the success of this application, the Twin Buttes Community Development Specialist will be designated to administer this specific project. | 7/19/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-162-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That after thorough consideration of all community development needs within the Fort Berthold Reservation, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby directs the execution and filing of an application for financial assistance under the Indian Community Development Block Grant 1996 program for the following proposed activity;  Activity g Amount Priority #-Four Bears $152,800 #3/96 Segment Community Facility Expansion Project NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED. That the Tribal Business Council hereby certifies that the requirements of 24 CFR 953.604 (a) and (c) have been complied with in the development of this application to ensure adequate citizen participation input and that at least 51% of the proposed projects beneficiaries will be low and moderate income persons. FURTHER, BE IT RESOLVED. That the Tribal Business Council hereby certifies that the Demographic Data submitted have been collected systematically, are statistically reliable, feasible, independently verifiable, and differ from the Fort Berthold Agency BIA Service Area. FINALLY, BE IT RESOLVED. That the Tribal Business Council hereby commits local matching funds for the projects in the following amounts from the following sources; Project/Priority#—Four Bears Segment Community Facility Expansion Project | 7/19/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-163-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the  Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, hereby authorizes and directs the payment of $3,000 to the Fort Berthold Coalition Against Domestic Violence as and for assistance for women and children in dire need of financial support maintaining their abuse-free lives. | 7/23/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-164-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That pursuant to its Constitutional power and authority, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby grant a non-profit corporate charter to the Fort Berthold Unity Riders. | 7/23/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-165-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves Recontracting with the Secretaries of Department of Interior and Health and Human Services in accordance with the provisions of Public Law 93-638, and amending legislations, including Public Law 103-413, the Indian Self-Determination Contract Reform Act of 1994, those programs, functions, and activities, including but not limited to the following.    BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes elects to perform contracted Department of Interior and Department of Health and Human Services programs, functions and activities under a Model Agreement, as provided by Public Law 103-413, amending legislation to the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance; and BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes prefers to provide recontracted programs, services, functions and activities under Model Agreement, as provided by Section 108, Public Law 103-413, on a fiscal year basis, commencing October 1, | 7/23/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-166-DSBNOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council does hereby grant to the Parshall-Lucky Mound Segment and community $25.000.00 for the purpose of constructing and developing a traditional celebration and ceremonial arbor and ground. | 7/23/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-167-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby appoints Elton Spotted Horse to the position of District Court Magistrate; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the appointment of to serve in the capacity as Magistrate for the District Court be a temporary appointment, ending September 30, 1996. | 7/23/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-168-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the most efficient way to complete construction on the New Multi purpose Community Facility will be to contract with various firms for the different phases of construction, i.e. structural, mechanical, electrical stages. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Comprehensive Management Assistance Office is assigned the responsibility for managing this project though completion. | 7/23/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-169-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby amends the traditional and cultural medicinal herbs resolution, identified as Resolution No.#96-169-DSB; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Natural Resources Department, Department of Fish and Wildlife, shall assist the Cultural Preservation Officer in developing Code provisions for the protection and preservation of the native plant flora, which shall be specifically identified, including the drafting of provisions for an application and permit process; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this Resolution shall go into effect immediately on this 12th day of September, 1996. | 9/12/1996 | Y | Amended by 96-191-DSB on 9-12-1996. |
  • 96-170-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council, the official governing body of the above-named Tribe/Nation, hereby authorizes Russell D. Mason, Sr., Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, who is the principle official of the Three Affiliated Tribes, to take the necessary action to place the Tribe/Nation in membership with the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI);  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That Tribal funds in the amount of One Thousand Dollars  ($1,000.00) based on the tribal membership dues schedule to the NCAI By-Laws, Article III, Section (b), are authorized to be paid such Tribal Membership in NCAI;  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That, based on the tribal citizenry often thousand one hundred and sixty three (10,163), the Tribe shall have one hundred and eighty (180) votes in accordance with Article IV, Section 3 of the NCAI Constitution;  FURTHER, BE IT RESOLVED That, pursuant to Article V, Section 2 of the NCAI Constitution, the Tribe designates the following-named persons:  as Delegate and Alternate Delegates 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 53rd Annual Convention and Executive Council Meetings; and, NOW THEREFORE BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED That the Tribal Business Council hereby appoints Russell D. Mason, Sr., Chairman, as NCAI Delegate, and Edwin Hall, Vice Chairman, and Mark Fox, as NCAI Alternates. | 8/7/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-171-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes' Council does approve the Transportation Improvement Plan as recommended by the Three Affiliated Tribes' Transportation Committee for approval as stated in the last Whereas, of this resolution, and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes does rescind Resolution 95-205, after item 2., 4., 5., and 9(1) as stated in the last Whereas of said resolution, are under contract. | 8/7/1996 | Y | Receded 95-084-DSB |
  • 96-172-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes' Council approves the changes to the Three Affiliated Tribes Transportation Code as recommended by the Three Affiliated Tribes' Transportation Committee, | 8/7/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-173-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council does empower the Game and Fish Division to enact and enforce the 1996-97 Small Game and Furbearer proclamation , as provided by the Chapter 18 Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 8/7/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-174-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and approves the expansion of the services of the JOM/IEC to include the public schools in the city of Dickinson ND. and that they be included in subsequent years as authorized under JOM rules and regulations. | 8/7/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-175-DSB | Therefore Be It Resolved, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby amends Title 8 Child Welfare Code of the Three Affiliated Tribes, Section 8A-1.7 by adding a subsection 2.a to read as follows: a. Authorized Release of Information in Social Service Files Excluding Child Protection (Abuse and Neglect) Records Three Affiliated Tribes Social Service Agency may release information contained in subsection (2) provided authorization is granted through a signed release of information by the parent or guardian and the information requested has been generated by the agency and is not third party information.  Therefore Be It Further Resolved, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby amends Title 8 Child Welfare Code of the Three Affiliated Tribes, Section 8A-1.7 subsection (4) "Other Records" by striking said subsection and replacing it with the following: | 8/7/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-176-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby authorize the donation of $1,525.44 to the University of North Dakota - THE EAGLE PROJECT. | 8/7/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-177-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation elects to provide interim funding for the Data-Entry Satellite Station to be situated in the Ralph J. Wells Memorial Community Center in White Shield in order to expedite the project; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes the establishment of an account specifically for the interim payment of expenses related to the Uniband Data Entry Satellite project in the White Shield Community, not to exceed,  $473,500 which amount represents the estimated developmental cost established by Jiran Architects and Planners totaling $382,500 and the approximate cost for equipment, amounting to $91,000. | 8/7/1996 | N | Active |
  • 96-178-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, hereby affirms the decision of the West Segment Council Representative and authorizes the appointment of Jim Johnson on the Fort Berthold Development Corporation of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 8/7/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-179-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, hereby affirms the decision of the West Segment Council Representative and authorizes the appointment of Ted Lone Fight III on the TERO Commission of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 8/7/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-180-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council hereby approves the submittal of the grant application by the deadline date of September 09, 1996; and  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That Ms. Diane Avery, Legal Counsel, and  Mr. John Danks, Programs Analyst, shall have the authority to coordinate the efforts between the appropriate tribal agencies to ensure that their input and concerns are considered and evaluated for the purposes of the grant proposal; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Chairman and the Treasurer to negotiate a consultant agreement with an appropriate grants writer. | 8/9/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-181-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the White Shield Community Development Corporation has the Tribal Business Council's support in submitting a grant application under the Older Americans Act, Title III program and fully endorses this effort, with the understanding that assurances set forth be complied with as outlined within the context of the funding agency. | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-182-DSB | THEREFORE , BE IT RESOLVED, the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation endorses the Sahnish Farms proposal, and BE IT FURTHERED RESOLVED, the Three Affiliated Tribes will commit $29,500, from their gaming revenues for economic development funds in the form of a $20,000 loan and a $9,500 grant, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that these funds shall be committed as matching funds that may be required by other funding sources, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVE, the Three Affiliated Tribes will allocate the funds per attached draw down schedule. | 9/12/1996 | Y | Rescinded by 96-201-DSB on 10/10/1996  |
  • 96-183-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the tribe formally establish a Welfare Reform Work Group who on behalf of the Tribe and its membership will facilitate: (A) Consultation with H.H.S., Health and Human Services on the new Welfare Reform Legislation; (B) Develop a Tribal plan of action to maximize opportunities and minimize negative impacts of said law; and (C) Provide analysis of results to Tribe for Tribal Council decisions. Further be it resolved, that the Tribal Work Group consist of: Leo Cummings, TAT Employment Training Department Administrator; Janet Gunderson, TAT Social Services Administrator; Bonnie Morin, TAT .Tribal Finance; Pat Wilkinson, TAT Planner; and other Tribal designee.  | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-184-DSB | WHEREAS, The following guidelines to ensure and enhance the quality on the various interest of the property over which the Three Affiliated Tribes maintain jurisdiction, as provided by governing federal law due hereby adopt the following. Heifer Guidelines:  1. Heifers should be dewormed, warbexed, and bangs vaccinated.  2. Yearling Heifers (age 12 months to 15 months of age) that are going to be bred for payment to the Cattle Relending Project, should at least be six hundred fifty pounds (650 lbs.) to seven hundred pounds (700 lbs.) minimum. Before being bred. 3. Use easy calving bulls, bulls with a light to moderate birth weight (EPD). 4. Pregnancy tested by a veterinarian. 5. Statement from the Veterinarian that the heifers should be bred to calve out before May 1st. 6. Replacements must be returned to the Three Affiliated Tribes Cattle Relending Project.  NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Natural Resources Committee of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby formally approves and adopt the guidelines and they shall become effective immediately. | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-185-DSB | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Mandan, Hidatsa, & Arikara Nation's Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council assures compliance with DHHS, ACF, AIP-Region 11 as part of this FY 1997 Continuation Application of Grant #90-Cl-0203.  FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED, They write the Tribal Business Council Chair to sign and certify all required forms.   | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-186-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes its Tribal Chairman or Vice-Chairman to execute the attached agreement for a Medical Director of the Three Affiliated Tribes Kidney Dialysis Unit between the Three Affiliated Tribes and Mid Dakota Clinic, P.C., a North Dakota professional corporation. | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-187-DSB | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes approves the appointment of Linda Yourzek, as Chief Executive Officer of the Three Affiliated Tribes Kidney Dialysis Unit. | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-188-DSB | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes approves the appointment of Supervisory Clinical Nurse as the Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Three Affiliated Tribes Kidney Dialysis Unit in the absence of the Chief Executive Officer. | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-189-DSB | WHEREAS, It is required that the Tribal Business Council approve written policies and procedures concerning the provision of dialysis and other End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) services to patients. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes approves the Policies and Procedures for the Three Affiliated Kidney Dialysis Unit. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council will conduct an annual review of said policies and procedures.   | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-190-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes duly authorizes the execution and filing of the Community Services Block Grant FY-97 Application including all under standings and Assurances contained in the application, and has directed and authorized the Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes to be identified as official contact person for the Three Affiliated Tribes Community Services Block Grant Program. | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-191-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby amends Resolution No. 96-169-DSB to read as per the attached resolution, effective September 12, 1996. | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-192-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, By the Tribal Business Council, that $6,500.00 shall be allocated to the Garrison Ambulance Service on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes, White Shield Segment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this payment shall be made in the fiscal year of 1997, on October 1, 1996. | 9/12/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-193-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby officially accepts responsibility for the retention and preservation of the copy of the Fort Laramie Treaty currently being kept by the William Bell, Sr. family and further authorizes such actions to be taken on behalf of the Tribes that will allow the Bell family to again have custody of the Fort Laramie Treaty copy and thus to allow them to present the Treaty copy to the Tribe for the purposes of preservation and display.  |  9/25/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-194-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE FT RESOLVED, Martina Oltman has been selected to represent the Three Affiliated Tribes on the Regional Emergency Response Team. | 9/25/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-195-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby requests below described excess property be transferred to the Three Affiliated Tribes for future Homesites, and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, It's Secretary, and the 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 land to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, to wit: 3045-A, N1/2SW1/4SW1/4 Section 26, T. 147 N., R. 91 W., Fifth Principal Meridian,  North Dakota, containing 20.00 acres, more or less.   | 9/25/19967 | Y | Active |
  • 96-196-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby finds that the settlement agreement between Bruce H. Lien Co. and the Three Affiliated Tribes as attached hereto is in the best interests of the Tribes, and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Chairman to execute the final Settlement Agreement between the parties, and to carry out the other functions of the Tribe as presented in the Settlement  agreement.  | 9/25/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-197-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, in appreciation of the exercise of the National Congress of American Indians to politically guide and assist Native American Tribes, elects to convey its gratitude, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, chooses to especially express its appreciation for the assistance and guidance rendered the Governing Body In Its forts to regain and restore the political credibility and strength of the Three Affiliated Tribes; and FINALLY, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, In expressing Its appreciation, approves the contribution of $5,000 to the National Congress of American Indians for the guidance and assistance rendered Native American Tribes at a period of time In which political credibility and strength are so essential to Native American people. | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-198-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation hereby requests that the United States filed in the Supreme Court of the United States a brief amicus curiae in support of the jurisdiction of the Tribal Court of the Tribes over the activities of non-Indians while on Indian lands within the boundaries of the Reservation and which will reverse the decision of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in A-1 Contractors, et al. v. State, et ai, 76 F.3d 930 (8th Cir. 1996). | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-199-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation hereby adopt this Resolution in support of the request of the Native American Rights Fund for funds to support the cost of assisting the Three Affiliated Tribes in their efforts to adopt and implement a Tribal Education Code. | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-200-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council does hereby grant to each tribally-recognized community board in each segment $5,000 dollars for the purpose of providing beneficial programs and services for our communities.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that each community board shall be responsible for providing written reports to the Tribal Business Council at the Council's request for the purpose of ensuring that the grants are utilized properly for community purposes only.  | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-201-DSB | THEREFORE , BE IT RESOLVED, the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation endorses the Sahnish Farms proposal, and BE IT FURTHERED RESOLVED, the Three Affiliated Tribes will commit $15,000 from their gaming revenues for economic development funds in the form of a $10,000 loan and a $5,000 grant, and BE IT FURTHERED RESOLVED, that these funds shall be committed as matching funds that may be required by other funding sources, and BE IT FURTHERED RESOLVED, the Three Affiliated Tribes will allocated the funds per approval of the Tribes Financial Advisor. | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-202-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes' Council authorizes the establishment of an irrevocable escrow account at the Community First Bank in Dickinson ND, into which all proceeds from these PL 93-638 contracts, specifically Mandaree School Streets(Contract number AOO2506627, Bakersfield Streets, and Cemetery Road (Contract number AOO2506626), projects, and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes' appoints Betty Rolling from the Trust Department, of Community First Bank, to act as the Escrow Agent for these projects. | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-203-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes, does hereby name the Children's Day Care, " Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Children's Day Care" | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-204-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the set-aside of Ninety Thousand Dollars ($90,000.00) be distributed to the Fort Berthold Family Independence Program from the 350-G Capital (Business) Development Fund for Fiscal Years 1998, 1999, and 2000 In equal  mounts of $30,000 per fiscal year.  | 02-17-1998 | Y | Amended   |
  • 96-205-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE , BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation hereby amends the hiring policy of the Three Affiliated Tribes to include the following policy: 1. The Natural Resources Department will develop a temporary labor with the help of TERO and Job Services. 2. Natural Resources Department will select the eligible candidates and submit them to the NRC. 3. The Natural Resource Committee will select from the eligible candidates. 4. The following programs will utilize this process: Range Improvement Noxious Weed Project Fire Management MR&I Phase I Construction Stock Water Development Fort Berthold Utilities Game and Fish Buffalo Project   | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-206-DSB | NOW THEREFORE , BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby declares the following counties that are within the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation as disaster areas: Mercer, Mountrail, McLean, McKenzie, and Dunn Counties; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby requests the Secretary of Interior to work with the Secretary of Agriculture to implement the Indian Acute Distress Donation Program for eligible farmers, ranchers and other persons affected by the unusual and damaging weather, and that such a declaration as is made herein be used as may be necessary to secure disaster relief for all eligible persons within the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.   | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-207-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council does empower the Game and Fish Division to enact and enforce the 1996-97 Pronghorn Antelope Gun, Deer Bow, and Deer Gun Season Proclamations as provided by the Chapter 18 Code of Laws of the Three Affiliated Tribes.  | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-208-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby finds that it is in the best interests of its members and in the best interests of the Tribes that the oil and gas resources of the Tribes and its members be developed; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby determines, in the exercise of its sovereign rights and authority over its members and its territory, that any agreement with the Three Affiliated Tribes for the exploration and development of the oil and gas resources within its jurisdiction will contain within it a clause which will allow development under the agreement of individual parcels of mineral acres for which oil and gas leases have been executed by those  persons owning a majority of the mineral interests in the tract; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby requests that the Bureau of Indian Affairs revise its recent final regulations concerning oil and gas leases issued July 8, 1996 to include a provision that will allow Secretarial approval of leases of mineral acres of a tract agreed to by those persons owning a majority of the mineral interests in the tract, provided that such leases are in the best interests of the Indian mineral  when.   | 10/10/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-209-DSB | THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: That in order to better serve the enrolled members with newer equipment and to provide a safe and usable transportation road system, that the following equipment be purchased by the Tribe from RDO, of Minot. North Dakota; as described in attachment #1; which fully describes finance terms and trade-in of BIA equipment. | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-210-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation elects to participate in the State Demand and Needs Assessment Study of Alcohol and Other Drugs to be conducted through the North Dakota Department of Human Services; and FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes the initiation of an Agreement between the Gallup Organization and the Fort Berthold Community College whereby the Fort Berthold Community College will conduct the survey and perform fiscal management responsibilities in view of the fact that compensation will be due for the collection of data and completion of the survey tool; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation approves commitment to a Cooperative Agreement with the State of North Dakota, the purpose for which is to define the scope of control that the Tribes shall exercise over the data collected on the Fort Berthold Reservation; and FINALLY, BE IT RESOLVED that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation authorizes the Chairman to execute any and all documents effecting the conduct of the survey. | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-211-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes will provide Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500.) for the purpose of employing a grant writer to assist the Fort Berthold Housing Authority in preparing the application.   | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-212-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby employs Roy Galyean as the next General Manager of the Tribal gaming enterprise, including Four Bears Casino and Lodge; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Chairman to execute the attached employment contract between Roy Galyean and the Three Affiliated Tribes, which calls for a base annual salary of $90,000, and further authorizes the payment of a $27,000 fee, equal to 30% of the total estimated annual salary of Roy Galyean, to Executive Management Resources of Las Vegas, Nevada which referred Mr. Galyean to the Tribe.  | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-213-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby creates a Board of Directors to have management authority over the Tribal gaming enterprise as follows: 1. Name. | 10/31/1996 | Y | Rescinded by 97-051-DSB on 3/3/1997.  Rescinded by 00-013-DSB on 1-18-2000. |
  • 96-214-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby clarifies and expressly declares its intent that each person appointed, subsequent to the date of this Resolution, to a segment 'worker position, created under the general authority of Resolution #94—031—MW and the total compensation for which position is paid exclusively from funds available under the segment employment program, shall serve in such capacity for an indeterminate term at the pleasure of the Tribal Business Council and may be removed at the pleasure of the Tribal Business Council at any time, with or without cause, and without notice, hearing, or recourse to the remedies afforded by the Grievance Procedure of the Three Affiliated Tribes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council shall ensure that any person offered an appointment to such a segment worker position shall acknowledge both his or her receipt of a copy of this Resolution and his or her understanding of the character of such special employment status, as clarified in this Resolution. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the policies and procedures set forth in the operative clauses of this Resolution shall supersede, set aside, and replace any conflicting policy or procedure set forth in the Three Affiliated Tribes Personnel Policies and Procedures or in any other statutory, regulatory, or administrative law of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-215-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council has reviewed and hereby adopts and approves the attached Pay Classification to be utilized for establishment of salaries/wages for all tribal employees. | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-216-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE FT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council authorizes an across the board Cost-of-Living Allowance for Regular, Full time/Permanent tribal employees at the rate of three per cent (3%) retroactive to 10/01/96.   | 10/31/1996 | Y | Amended by 96-253-DSB on 12/23/1996. |
  • 96-217-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the three thousand grant of dollars to the established boxing organizations on Fort Berthold; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Councilman Fox, based on his previous and current work with the local boxing organizations, shall be responsible for the administration of this grant;  | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-218-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby grants a charter to a non-profit tribal corporation to be known as the Youth Enhancement Program, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Council authorizes the  use of the Three Affiliated Tribes federal identification number and non-taxing identity to the Youth Enhancement Program as a subsidiary tribal entity, and the Program shall make all financial records available to the tribal finance officials for proper review and  input. | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-219-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council duly and officially approves the enrollment of Sonny Allen Hall 301-U10137 | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-220-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council concurs with the Land Withdrawal Policy developed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Fort Berthold Agency, in cooperation with the Tribal Natural Resources Committee. A copy of the Land  Withdrawal Policy is attached and made a part of this resolution. | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-221-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council concurs with the Grazing Utilization Plan developed by the Natural Resources Department. A copy of the Grazing Utilization Plan is attached and made a part of this resolution. | 10/31/19965 | Y | Active |
  • 96-222-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council approves the purchase of land, exclusive of minerals, from Rondena Bruce, 301- U1092 for a cash consideration of $24,400.00 which is the Fair Market Value, utilizing funds from the FmHA Land Purchase Account and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Tribal Business Council, It's Secretary, and the 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 land to the United States of America in trust for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, to wit:  | 10/31/1996 | Y | Rescinded by 97-038-DSB on 2/13/1997 |
  • 96-223-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Mr. Deegan Sr. Shall be granted Preference for all future Building and Construction projects for Fort Berthold Indian Reservation; and FURTHER, BE IT RESOLVED, this action reaffirms action taken by the Tribal Business Council in Resolution 79-6, dated January 8, 1979.  | 10/31/1996 | N | Draft Copy |
  • 96-224-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby grants $650 to the Twin Buttes school to hire an activities driver for the 1996-1997 school year to make available to them a means of transportation after participation in any scheduled extracurricular activities.   | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-225-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED. That the Tribal Business Council has reviewed and hereby approves the Three Affiliated Tribes Budget and Revenues for Fiscal Year 1997 in the Amount of $ 6,627,988 - Revenue and $ 6,578,73 7.  Expenditures and in accordance with the attached documents: 1. Three Affiliated Tribes Summary Budget and Revenues for Fiscal Year 1997;  | 10/31/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-226-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby has elected Austin Gillette, as Vice Chairman; Daylon Spotted Bear, as Secretary; and Tom Bird Bear as Treasurer to serve as officers of the Executive Committee.  | 10/31/1996 | Y | Rescinded |
  • 96-227-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the PL 93-638 contracting of Routes 22 West and Route 10 gravel reconstruction projects.  | 11/15/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-228-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby recognizes the possible conflict of interest that could result for the law firm of Jacobson, Buffalo, Schoessler and Magnuson if they are retained by Miller Schroeder Investments Corporation, but hereby waives any objection it may have now or in the future to the Jacobson, Buffalo, Schoessler and Magnuson law firm representing Miller Schroeder Investments Corporation solely in the financial transaction between Miller Schroeder and the Three Affiliated Tribes that is intended to finance the buyout of the Bruce H. Lien Corporation by the Tribe pursuant to the settlement agreement between Bruce H. Lien Co. and the Tribe.  | 11/15/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-229-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby appoints BJ Jones of Grand Forks, ND to serve as the Alternate Judge commencing October 10, 1996 to September 30, 1998.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes directs Dixie Howling Wolf, Acting Administrator to negotiate an appropriate contract with the Alternate Associate Judge.   | 11/15/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-230-DSB | Tribal/State Gaining Compact - Escrow Account Signatures | 11/15/1996 | Y | Amended by 96-234-DSB on 11/22/1996 |
  • 96-231-DSB | WHEREAS, The senior citizens of the Fort Berthold Reservation have requested information on elderly assistance from tribal and casino revenue funds; and, NOW BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of Three Affiliated Tribes Does hereby authorize an elderly assistance payment of $500 to be made in December 1996 to each enrolled member who is 60 years of age October 01, 1996.  Be It further resolved That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby authorize and approve a second elderly assistance payment of $500 to be made  in July 1997, contingent on the availability of funds at that time, as determined by the Treasurer. | 11/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-232-DSB | Now therefore be it resolved, that the tribal council would approve collection of information for the study by Marilyn Yellowbird-Baker, RN; her advisor Glenda Lindseth, RN, Associate Professor, on behalf of the University of North Dakota (UND); and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Be it further resolved that Marilyn Yellow Bird-Baker, RN, Graduate Assistant, and Glenda Lindseth, RN, Associate Professor on behalf of UND and the NIH will fully share the study information with the people of the Three Affiliated Tribes.  In order to protect the people in the study, information will be shared as a group. This will protect tribal members so that individual names cannot be associated with health information from the actual tribal members.  | 11/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-233-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby grants a specific and limited _ waiver of sovereign immunity to Mandaree Electronics, Inc., provided the Corporation is successful in obtaining SBA, 8(a), contract(s); and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the waiver of immunity from suit granted to Mandaree Electronics, Inc., shall be expressly limited to the total of the respective amounts of any and all contracts awarded pursuant to Section 8(a) of the Small Business Administration. | 11/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-234-DSB | THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes, in efforts to continue to comply with the Tribal/State Gaming Compact, hereby amends resolution No. 96-230-DSB ; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council hereby appoints the Tribal Treasurer, Thomas Bird Bear, and the Tribal Liaison, Carol Good Bear, to be the signatory agents representing the Three Affiliated Tribes; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The Tribal Business Council hereby includes the Tribal Chairman, Russell Mason, on the account signature card, in the event that the Tribal Treasurer cannot be reached for concurrence; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, The  Tribal Business Council officially recognizes and approves of the Financial Administrator, Kathy Roll, representing the Office of the Attorney General, North Dakota State Gaming Division, to be included on the signature card; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Lakeside State Bank may release payments to the State of North Dakota upon the following two condition; 1. The Bank receives official notice, in writing, from the Three Affiliated Tribes signatory agent, Carol Good Bear, that the billing statements presented to the Tribe are approved for payment. 2. The State of North Dakota, Office of the Attorney General, Gaming Division Financial Administrator, Kathy Roll, requests the Lakeside State Bank to release payment.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Treasurer, Thomas Bird Bear, and Tribal Liaison, Carol Good Bear, take all necessary steps to implement this resolution. | 11/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-235-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and directs each segment representative on the Council to perform limited oversight relative to the expenditure of Docket 350-C/D Community  development monies (and of any other Tribal funds distributed to the respective segment) by the community organization functioning in that segment of the Fort Berthold Reservation which the respective Council member represents. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That for the purpose of facilitating the performance of such oversight, each segment community organization maintaining and expending Docket 350-C/D monies (and any other Tribal funds distributed to the respective segment) shall submit to the member of the Tribal Business Council representing that segment a monthly statement of account setting forth the specific expenditures of such Docket monies (and any other distributed Tribal funds) made during the month being reported; that each such monthly statement shall be due on or before the first day of the second month following the month being reported. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That as a condition precedent to the release of such Docket and any other Tribal monies to the respective segment, the respective segment community organization shall submit to the Tribal Business Council a line item budget clearly identifying the purposes for which all such monies will be expended.    
  • 96-236-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby recognizes the Fort Berthold Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Committee as the official representative to develop plans for this event. | 11/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-237-DSB | NONE    
  • 96-238-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby supports this cultural event and grants $7,000.00 to the Antelope Society.  | 11/22/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-239-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby approves the withdrawal for earnings for the Docket Funds for FY-97 Tribal operations; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tribal Chairman and Tribal Treasurer can disburse funds as authorized by the Plan. This draw will be for earnings posted per the 09-30-96 Detail of Trust Funds Summary Report;  | 12/4/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-240-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Chairman or the Treasurer to establish an account at Lakeside State Bank in New Town, North Dakota, for the sole and exclusive purpose of being the depository of any and all funds collected or to be disbursed from the Tribal Small Loans Program. The authorized signators on this account are the Tribal Treasurer, Tribal Chairman, Small Loans Director and Financial Advisor. Any two of the three authorized are required to sign all checks. | 12/4/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-241-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the contracting of Heringer's Appraisal Service of Washburn North Dakota to perform this environmental assessment. The cost of this assessment is not to exceed $2,400.  NOW THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council now herby authorizes the Tribal Chairman and Treasurer, to execute a consultant agreement with Heringer's Appraisal Service for the purpose of performing this Phase 1 Environmental Assessment. | 12/4/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-242-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Tribal Business Council of ' the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes the Tribal Treasurer to appoint an Assistant to the Treasurer effective December 4, 1996 to fulfill the interstitial administrative duties as deemed applicable in the Office of the Tribal Treasurer of the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 12/4/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-243-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That in order to help conserve our limited Natural Resources the Tribal Business Council hereby declares the following counties within the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation as disaster areas: Mercer, Mountrail, McLean, McKenzie, and Dunn Counties; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby requests the Secretary of Interior to work with the Secretary of Agriculture to implement the Indian Acute Distress Donation Program for eligible Tribal members affected by the unusual and damaging weather, and that such a declaration as is made herein be used as may be necessary to secure disaster relief for all eligible persons within the Fort Berthold Reservation. | 12/4/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-244-DSB | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and directs the Social Services Program/Human Resource Department to execute and file the attached application for Family Violence Prevention and Services funding in the amount of $60, 000. including the required assurances as listed. | 12/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-245-N | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby authorizes and directs that payment be forthwith made to Edwin Hall in the amount of Seven Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($7,000.00), as and for  reimbursement of the reasonable cost of materials for the construction of 2.5 miles of fence at the rate of Two Thousand, Eight Hundred, and 00/100 Dollars ($2,800.00) per mile. | 12/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-246-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby reappoints Mr. Dean Winkjer as Associate Judge to serve a term of twelve (12) months effective January 1, 1997 through December 31, 1997; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the term of the existing consultant agreement be extended to reflect the twelve (12) month period ending December 31, 1997. | 12/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-247-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby reappoints Mildred Berryhill as Magistrate Judge to serve a term of twelve (12) months effective January 1, 1997 through December 31, 1997; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the term of the existing consultant agreement be extended to reflect the twelve (12) month period ending December 31, 1997. | 12/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-248-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes its Tribal Chairman or Vice chairman to execute the attached agreement for a Medical Director of the Three Affiliated Tribes Kidney Dialysis Unit between the Three Affiliated Tribes and Medical Arts Clinic, a ND professional corporation. | 12/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-249-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That pursuant to the attached Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement between the New Town Ambulance Service District and the Three Affiliated Tribes, and subject to the approval of the Memorandum of understanding by the District, the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes authorizes a contribution to be made to the New Town Ambulance Service District of an amount not less than $15,000 during the 12 months following January 1, 1997; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes will during 1997 actively examine the need for additional funds to be contributed to the New Town Ambulance Service District and will also examine other sources of funding for the District; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes will, pursuant to the attached Memorandum of Understanding, and subject to the approval of the of the District, continue to assist the New Town Ambulance Service District with collection efforts for services rendered, particularly with the Indian Health Service; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That should the amount allocated to the New Town Ambulance Service District throughout 1997 exceed the amount set forth in the approved Tribal budget for service provided by the District, the amount budgeted shall be adjusted upwards accordingly; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the Tribal Chairman to execute the attached Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement between the New Town Ambulance Service District and the Three Affiliated Tribes. | 12/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-250-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Three Affiliated Tribes does hereby purchase said equipment from RDO Equipment Co., Highway 83 South, PO # 1435, Minot, ND 58702, for said price. | 12/18/1996 | Y | Amended by 97-DSB on 01/16/1997 |
  • 96-251-DSB | RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING DEVELOPMENT OF AN EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING COMMITTEE, to plan for natural and man made disasters occurring within the exterior boundaries of the Fort Berthold Reservation and to plan for and develop a Tribal Emergency Response Commission (TERC) as authorized under the Environmental Protection Agency guidelines to ensure compliance with Sections 301 and 303 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act of 1986, also known as Title III, of the Superfund  amendments and Reauthorization Act. | 12/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-252-DSB | NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Tribal Business Council hereby authorizes the attached application to qualify for treatment in the same manner as a State under § 518 (e) (33U.S.C. § 1377) for the purposes of administering a water quality standards  program under §§303 and 401 (33 U.S.C. §§ 1313, 1341) of the Clean Water Act for submission to the United States Environmental Protection Agency Regional Administrator of Region 8 for considerations.  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Council is hereby delegated the authority to execute all documents necessary to carry out the intentions of this resolution .  | 12/18/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-253-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council hereby amends Resolution # 96-216-DSB to read as follows: "That the Three Affiliated Tribes' Tribal Business Council authorizes an across the board Cost-of-Living Allowance for all tribal employees at the rate of three per cent, (3%), retroactive to 10/01/96. | 12/23/1996 | Y | Active |
  • 96-254-DSB | BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council establishes the Emergency Feed Loan Program. The TAT Emergency Feed Loan Program is here by established to expedite delivery of needed hay and grain to needy enrolled TAT Ranchers whom do not posses ample levels of livestock feed to maintain their foundation herds. The funding sources identified will be Docket 350-G for Business Development or as more funds become available. The TAT Emergency Feed Loan Program will establish funding to carry out the implementation of this program for 1996-1997 critical winter season.  Articles of the EFLP (Emergency Feed Loan Program) | 1/17/1997 | Y | Active |
  • 96-255-DSB | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Tribal Business Council of the Three Affiliated Tribes hereby approves the attached Escrow Agreement, as corrected, and authorizes the Tribal Chairman to execute the final, corrected original when it is available. | 12/23/1996 | Y | Active |