Navajo Generating Station legislation on Health, Education, & Human Services Committee agenda

Legislation for a replacement lease between the owners of Navajo Generating Station and the Navajo Nation goes before the Navajo Nation Council Health, Education and Human Services Committee Monday, June 5.

According to the PROPOSED AGENDA of the Health, Education and Human Services, the committee is scheduled to meet in the Budget and Finance Committee Committee conference room in Window Rock, Ariz., starting at 10 a.m.

LEGISLATION 0194-17 An Action Relating To Health, Education And Human Services, Resources And Development, Budget And Finance, Naabik’iyati’ Committees And Navajo Nation Council; Approving The Replacement Lease Between The Navajo Nation And Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement And Power District, Arizona Public Service Company, Tucson Electric Power Company, Nevada Power Company D/B/A NV Energy, And Department Of Water And Power Of City Of Los Angeles; Lease Amendment No. 1 To Existing Lease; Approval Of Restrictive Covenants Related To Ash Disposal Area And Solid Waste Landfill And Pond Solids; Waiver Of Sovereign Immunity Sponsor: Honorable LoRenzo C. Bates (Eligible for Committee Action May 30, 2017)



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