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Orientaton for Navajo Council-Elect, 11.28.22-12.1.22, Twin Arrows Casino & Resort

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, Navajo Council Speaker Otto Tso invited the Navajo Council-Elect to a four-day orientation at the Navajo Nation Twin Arrows Casino & Resort, which is near Flagstaff, Arizona. The following attachment is the finalized agenda for the Orientation of the 25th Navajo Council-Elect, which includes a welcome address by former Speaker Seth Damon. But […]

Navajo Council meeting to Select New Speaker, 10 am, 11.16.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, the Navajo Council convened its one-day special session to act on Legislation 0219-22, which is for the Navajo Council to select a New Speaker. 10:12 am, 11.16.22, and Navajo Council Speaker Pro Tem Jamie Henio, who is Budget & Finance Committee Chairman asks for staff to do Roll Call:UNOFFICIAL Roll Call shows 20 […]

Temporary Removal of Speaker Damon, Navajo Council, 1 pm, 11.4.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, the Navajo Council’s Naabik’iyati Committee approved to two amendments to Legislation 0208-22, which seeks Council approval to place Speaker Seth Damon on temporary administrative leave without pay, which does not affect his position as Council delegate. Damon will continue to receive his delegate salary of $25,000 a year and all other benefits of […]

Navajo govt business contaminates small rural Navajo community with cancer-causing chemicals, 11:50 am, 10.18.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, and it is 11:50 am, 10.18.22, and the Navajo Council is debating LEGISLATION 0110-22, which seeks Council allocation of $5 million from the Navajo Nation Síhasin Fund for the Assessment and Remediation of the Former Navajo Forest Products Industry in Navajo, NM; Approving the Related Expenditure Plan Pursuant to 12 N.N.C. § 2501 […]

Navajo Council oks emergency assistance for Navajo Housing Authority customers only to pay Navajo Tribal Utility Authority for outstanding utility bills, 4.57 pm, 9.29.22

4:57 pm, 9.29.22The Navajo Council votes 22 in favor, zero opposed on Legislation 0177-22, which seeks Council approval to use CARES relief aid funds from Navajo Housing Authority Navajo Nation Housing Program to pay for outstanding Navajo Tribal Utility Authority utility bills for Navajo Housing Authority customers only.Unofficial voting tally.Elmer Begay Green; Kee Allen Begay […]

Navajo Election Board special meeting: Scheduling 2022 Primary Recount, 9 am, 8.23.22

PROPOSED AGENDA OF THE NAVAJO BOARD OF ELECTION SUPERVISORS• SPECIAL MEETING –LOCATION: In-Person /Teleconference, Budget & Finance Committee (B&FC)Conference Room, Window Rock, ArizonaZoom Meetinghttps://us06web.zoom.us/j/4018678442?pwd=Sk9oRDFhSEtoZ0NWOE01eHBiWEhkQT09Meeting ID: 401 867 8442Passcode: R6b8S5Teleconference+1(669) 444-9171, Meeting ID: 401 867 8442#, * Passcode: 821686# US+1(720) 707-2699, Meeting ID: 401 867 8442#, * Passcode: 821686# US (Denver) • DATE: Thursday, August 23, […]

NTUA ending Temporary Non-Disconnection Policy on 9.19.22

NTUA to End Temporary Non-disconnection Policy FORT DEFIANCE, AZ – The Navajo Tribal Utility Authority announces the end of the temporary non-disconnect policy for residential customers that was put in place two years ago. In March 2020, NTUA joined other utility companies to implement a temporary non-disconnection policy to provide financial relief for residential customers. […]

Navajo reports 197 Positive COVID-19 cases Saturday, 7.23.22. On Monday, 7.18.22, 328 cases over three days.

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans:The week of July 17 ended with 197 COVID-19 cases reported on Saturday, July 23, 2022, the Navajo Nation Council unexpectedly ending their annual five-day summer session early due to a COVID-19 outbreak among legislative staff, and the World Health Organization declaring monkeypox a public health emergency of international concern. The Guardian reported Saturday, […]

Navajo Council actions on legislation, 7.22.22

Greenings Relatives/Frens/Humans, the following news report is on actions taken on Friday, 7.22.22, by the Navajo Council on legislation on their annual five-day summer session, before they abruptly voted 14 in favor, and 5 opposed to immediately adjourn at 2:17 pm, 7.22.22, due to a COVID outbreak among staff in the Navajo Nation Legislative Branch […]