Navajo Council Day 2, 4.19.22, Reporting, Votes, Comments. Ahe’hee for Keeping an Eye on Navajo Govt.

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, I posted all my Reporting & Comments about Day 2, 4.19.22, of the Navajo Nation Council Spring Session right here. Enjoy! And Ahe’hee/Appreciation for Keeping an Eye on the Navajo Government! It is now 10:34 am, 4.19.22 and SPEAKER SETH DAMON asks Council to refer Navajo Oil & Gas Company, a Navajo govt […]

Navajo Council approved spring session agenda & legislation, documents, reports, etc, 4.19.22

APPROVED AGENDA OF THE 24th NAVAJO NATION COUNCILSPRING SESSION, April 18 – 22, 2022, 10 AMWindow Rock, Navajo Nation (AZ)VIA TELECONFERENCECall-in Number: (669) 900-6833Meeting ID: 928 871 7160Passcode: 86515 PRESIDING: Honorable Seth Damon, Speaker, 24th Navajo Nation Council CALL SESSION TO ORDER; ROLL CALL; INVOCATION RECOGNIZE GUESTS AND VISITING OFFICIALS TO THE NAVAJO NATION REVIEW […]

Day 3 Navajo Council removes $1.8M emergency aid for 110 chapters, 10 am, 1.26.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, the Navajo Nation Council is in Day 3 of their annual five-day Winter Session, which started Monday, 1.24.22. I posted the Council’s Approved Winter Session agenda at the end of this post. If you wish to attend the Council Winter Session, there is info posted on the Approved Council Winter Session Agenda on […]

Controversial Helium Development Legislation on Navajo Council Winter Session agenda, 10 am, 1.24-28.22

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, The Navajo Council convened its five-day Winter Session today, Jan. 24. It is now 11.14 am and the Council is debating its agenda. Health, Education & Human Services Committee Chairman Daniel Tso asked to add seven legislation: Legislations 0003-22, 0005-22; 0006-22; 0009-22; 0111-21; 0112-21; 0251-21 & Legislation regarding Vicious Dogs Attacks.The Council voted […]

Rescinding Navajo Council Opposition to In-Person Learning on Naabi agenda, 10 am, 6.10.21

NAABIK’ÍYÁTI’ COMMITTEE OF THE 24th NAVAJO NATION COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING (VIA TELECOMMUNICATION)Call-in Number: (669) 900-6833, Meeting ID: 928 871 7160, Passcode: 86515Window Rock, Navajo Nation (AZ), Thursday, June 10, 2021 – 10:00 AMAPPROVED AGENDAPRESIDING CHAIR: Honorable Seth Damon, Speaker, 24th Navajo Nation CouncilHon. Seth Damon, SpeakerBUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE, RESOURCES & DEVELOPMENT COM., HEALTH, EDUCATION […]

Navajo attorney general: $15M for Navajo Oil & Gas illegal

Navajo Nation Attorney General Ethel Branch stated in a Dec. 26, 2018, memo to the Navajo Nation Council that Legislation 0448-18, which seeks Budget and Finance Committee approval for the Navajo Nation to invest $15 million into the Navajo Oil and Gas Company “is legally deficient and should be withdrawn.” Branch also stated, “The legislation […]

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority says power for 300 families with purchase of Rocky Mt Power

NAVAJO COUNCIL’S NAABIK’IYATI COMMITTEE DEBATING LEGISLATION 0122-15: An Action Relating To The Resources and Development Committee, Naa’bik’iyati’ Committee and the Navajo Nation Council; Accepting Agreements Between the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority and Pacificorp And Acknowledging the Satisfaction and Termination of a Letter of Agreement Between the Predecessor of Pacificorp and the Navajo Nation SPONSOR, DELEGATE […]

Audit, no Peacemaking for Navajo Oil & Gas Company

HERE AT NAVAJO COUNCIL WHERE COUNCIL CONTINUES TO DEBATE REPORT ON NAVAJO OIL AND GAS COMPANY FROM CHIEF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL LEVON HENRY. DELEGATE RUSSELL BEGAYE my question and concern is when the Council was reduced to 24, which was done because that was the will of the people, the composition of the shareholders for Navajo […]

Navajo Oil & Gas solution – More Shareholders?

HERE AT NAVAJO COUNCIL WHERE COUNCIL CONTINUES TO DEBATE REPORT ON NAVAJO OIL AND GAS COMPANY. NAVAJO CHIEF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL LEVON HENRY seating of Navajo Oil and Gas Board members – in our review, with Navajo law, procedurally, the Navajo prez makes appointment and Council confirms appointment. Understanding that there are differences of opinion on […]

Forensic audit for Navajo Oil & Gas Company?

HERE AT NAVAJO COUNCIL AT COUNCIL CHAMBERS IN WINDOW ROCK WHERE CHIEF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL LEVON HENRY ASKED COUNSEL TO GO INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION CHIEF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL LEVON HENRY Memo from my office, three exhibits – Navajo Natin Supreme Court decision “NOG v Robert Joe”, a letter from NOG Shareholders’ attorney, packet of information received from […]