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Navajo Nation has 309 New COVID-19 Cases, No Deaths, 6.18.22to 6.21.22

Navajo Nation Office of the President & Vice President Press Release: Over four-day period, 309 new cases and two deaths related to COVID-19, 60 communities identified with uncontrolled spread WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – (6.21.22) – On Tuesday, June 21, 2022, the Navajo Department of Health, in coordination with the Navajo Epidemiology Center and the Navajo […]

Navajo Social Services reverting unspent federal funds on Navajo Council Health, Education & Human Services Committee agenda, 1 pm, 6.14.22

PROPOSED AGENDA HEALTH, EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE 24th NAVAJO NATION COUNCIL WORK SESSIONJune 14, 2022, 1 PMPRESIDING : Honorable Daniel E. Tso, Chairperson, Honorable Carl R. Slater, Vice-ChairpersonPLACE : Via Telecommunications:Call-In Number: 1-669-900-6833 MTG ID: 979-985-0956Passcode: 86515Window Rock, Navajo Nation (AZ) [ ] Paul Begay, Jr. [ ] Charlaine Tso [ ] Pernell Halona […]

Nez&Lizer proposed ARPA budgets for 16 & not 24 Navajo Council Delegates in 0086-22, 6.13.22

The following documents were provided by Navajo Council Delegates Mark Freeland, Pernell Halona, Wilson Stewart Jr., and Edison Wauneka on behalf of Navajo President Jonathan Nez & Vice President Myron Lizer and their Legislation 0086-22, which is the Nez&Lizer $1.07 Billion ARPA/American Rescue Plan Act spending proposal. The Navajo Council has been requesting the amount […]

Navajo Naabi Comm. hears Sexual Assault & MMDRLGBTQ+ Rept. But where Funds for MMDRLGBTQ+?!

It’s now 1:43 PM, 5.12.22, and the Navajo Council Naabik’iyati FINALLY Hearing the “Report from the Naabik’íyáti’ Sexual Assault Prevention (SAP) Subcommittee on the United States Department of Justice Consultation Written Report on Efforts to Address the Unacceptably High Rate of Violent Crimes in Native Communities, including the Rates of Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons. […]

Day 3 Navajo Council spring session, 13 legislation left, including $540,528 for Private Christian School, 10 am, 4.20.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, the Council referred Legislation 0232-21 back to its Naabik’iyati Committee, and approved Legislation 0208-21. OLD BUSINESS(A) LEGISLATION 0232-21: An Action Relating to Resources and Development Committee; Naabik’íyáti’ Committee, and the Navajo Nation Council; Approving Oil and Gas Operating Agreements Between the Navajo Nation and Navajo Nation Oil and Gas Company for Tohachee Wash, […]

$1.1B ARPA Fund for Chapters or Rez-wide infrastructure? 10 am, 4.4.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans:The Navajo Nation Council called a special session today, 4.4.22, to debate and action on Legislation 0257-21, which has two amendments that the Naabik’iyati Committee approved 3.25.22. Legislation 0257-21 – without the two amendments – is President Nez & Vice President Lizer’s $1.1 Billion ARPA infrastructure plan, which some Council Delegates say is not […]

NTEC meets Navajo Council Resources & Development Committee, 8 am, Albuquerque, 3.29.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans,The Navajo Council Resources & Development Committee is once again having their Meetings, Work Sessions, Leadership Meetings Away from the capitol of the Navajo Nation, Window Rock, which is where the Navajo government is headquartered. The Resources & Development Committee uses the Navajo Dept of Transportation meeting rooms, but lately the RDC & the […]

DOCUMENTS – Navajo Council Delegate Crotty’s $44 Million for each 24 Legislative Districts, 0257-21 & Projects Lists, 3.25.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans,Since November 2021, the Council has been trying to get Detailed Budgets of where Nez&Lizer want to spend the remaining balance of ARPA, which is about $1.1B. And after getting Detailed Budgets of the location of where ARPA funds would be spent and on what projects and the amount of ARPA funds, That’s when […]

Proposal for $44M for each 24 Navajo Nation legislative districts, Naabik’iyati meeting 10 am, 3.24.22, Twin Arrows Casino & Resort

10:59 am, 3.24.22COUNCIL DELEGATES VINCE JAMESWe have families dedicated to installing their own water projects and are spending their Hardship Assistance on plumbing supplies because they are frustrated with Navajo Nation govt system of delivering water and bathroom additions to their homes. I know that these families can be reimbursed by ARPA. We need a […]

How much Navajo land has Resources Committee granted to Churches? 9 am, 3.15.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, the Navajo Nation Council RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE has been Regularly Approving Church Land Use Permits. Today’s RDC work session is Totally Focused on Amending Church Land Use Permits Regulations to FAVOR CHURCHES. Before the RDC, whose chairman, RICKIE NEZ, is a CHURCH PASTOR, change Navajo Law to FAVOR the approving of MORE […]