SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. — The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians Board of Directors will hold a regular meeting Tuesday, March 19 at the Manistique Tribal Center in Manistique, Mich., beginning at 6 p.m. The meeting will be preceded by Matters from the Membership at 5 p.m.
The board will consider the following resolutions: a partial waiver; SMART FY 2013 Support for Adam Walsh Act; Waiver of Sovereign Immunity – PNC Bank; Letter of Engagement–PNC Bank; Approving Outside Counsel–Plunkett Cooney; Approving Outside Counsel–Frost Brown Todd; Approving Consulting Contract–Lucas; Amending Tribal Code 16: Removal from Office; FY 2013 Governmental Capital Expenditures, FY 2014 Budget Document 001; Continuing Funding Authority FY 2014; and Budget Modifications for Health Center Dental, Farm Bill–APHIS Grant, Buildings–Grimes Property and Cultural–Ojibway Language.
Under new business, the board will consider: Committee Appointments, Research Request–Early Childhood Ed., Johnson/Long/McGuinty Proposal, Hardship Appropriation for Treaty Rights Judgment, Appropriate Amount for Transcripts in Delta County, Chairperson Travel Budget, Rescind Resolution 98-66, Establish Tribal Board as TDHE, Establishing Tribal Data and Planning Officer, Authorization for Chair to Implement Sequestration Savings, and a Relinquishment.
The board will adjourn to executive session to address an employee issue.