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Navajo Council Naabi talks COVID-19 health & social services costs, 5.27.20

SPEAKER DAMON reconvenes Naabik’iyati from one hour recess.Confirmation that Office of President & Vice President Chief of Staff Paulson Chaco ok report by Division of social Services director Gieshy on social services, CHRs, Long term care to Naabik’iyati..Continue working on getting ok for report from Department of Health director Roselyn Tso. 1 PM, NAABIK’IYATI COMMITTEE […]

Navajo Council Naabik’iyati meeting 1 pm 5.14.20

PRESS RELEASE – Please see attached memorandum from Speaker Seth Damon regarding the upcoming Naabik’í’yáti’ Committee Meeting scheduled for Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 1:00 PM via Teleconference In light of the national emergency regarding COVID-19, the NABI Committee meeting will be held via teleconference and livestreamed. Livestream will be available online at: VIMEO: www.vimeo.com/navajonationcouncil […]

Naabi approves Navajo position opposing Trump’s proclamation

Naabik’iyati Committee VOTES 12 in favor and 3 opposed  to recommend to Navajo Nation Council to purchase 17,544.79 acres of land in Yavapai County for $49M, which is proposed in LEGISLATION 0253-17: An Action Relating To Naabik’iyati’ Committee; Regarding The Purchase Of Property Offered For Sale To The Navajo Nation By The Owner Of 17,544.79 […]

Navajo government meeting in downtown Phoenix Hyatt Regency hotel

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, I was at the meeting of the Navajo Nation Council Resources & Development Committee’s Subcommittee for Proposed Agreement between the Navajo Nation and URI-Uranium Resources Inc. for a Demonstration Project involving In-Situ Uranium Mining. The Subcommittee members are RDC Delegates Leonard Tsosie, who serves as subcommittee chairperson, and Leonard Pete, who serves as […]

Today is Judgment Day for CIP plan

DELEGATE KATHERINE BENALLY We want you to discuss today the fair and equitable distribution of infrastructure projects for the 110 chapters. NAVAJO NATION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS PROGRAM DIRECTOR CASEY BEGAY Chapters had all summer to submit projects. And Navajo law mandates that if the Council fails to approve a CIP plan by Dec. 31, then […]