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Navajo Tribal Utility Authority report on Water Restrictions and NTUA’s Water Data Log, RDC mtg 9 am, 8.3.21

Greeting Relatives/Frens/Humans, the Navajo Council Resources & Development Committee is scheduled to hear a Report on Water Restrictions by Navajo Tribal Utility Authority. To attend the RDC meeting Via Telecommunications –Call In Number: 1-669-900-6833, Mtg. ID: 732-628-2566, Passcode: 86515. Please MUTE your phones. The RDC is also available Live Stream via Navajo Nation Council Facebook […]

NTUA cuts off water to several chapters, 7.12.21

NAVAJO COUNCIL PRESS RELEASE – Low Water Supply Prompts NTUA to Cut Off Water Allocations to Several ChaptersWindow Rock, Ariz. (7.12.21) — In late June, it was reported that Navajo Nation Chapters within District 7 (Teesto, Dilkon, Indian Wells, Greasewood Springs, White Cone, Low Mountain, Jeddito) and surrounding communities faced severe water shortages due to […]

Resources & Development meet on NTUA’s Unspent CARES funds, 9 am, 6.7.21

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, I was unable to attend the Navajo Nation Council Resources & Development Committee this morning but I figured that since Council Speaker Seth Damon has been proudly announcing how TRANSPARENT the Council/Legislative Branch is that the RDC meeting with Navajo Tribal Utility Authority regarding NTUA’s UNSPENT CARES money would be recorded, which has […]

Navajo Council hearing Proposals to spend ARP money, 9 am, 3.5&6.21

The Navajo Nation Council has scheduled a week of discussions on the American Rescue Plan Act. Work sessions, which are scheduled to begin at 9 am daily with the exception of April 6, 2021 which will begin at 10 am. If you have questions, please contact Manuel Rico, Interim Executive Director, Office of Legislative Services, […]

Navajo Council: $15M for Gambling Business; $7M for Hospitality; $903,541 for Shopping Centers. 10 am, 2.12.21

There will be Navajo Nation Council NO DEBATE on LEGISLATION 0016-21, PUBLIC ASSISTANCE BAIL OUT FOR TRIBAL ENTERPRISES because when the Council adopted their Agenda, which I posted, the Council Delegates voted to put LEGISLATIONS 0016-21, 0002-21-$4M for Summer Youth Employment, and 0010-21-Confirming Valinda Cook Shirley as NEPA director, under a CONSENT AGENDA, which means […]

$34.2M for 6 Navajo Govt Businesses, including Gambling before Navajo Council Budget Committee, 2.9.21, 3 pm

Greetngs Relatives/Frens/Humans,The Navajo Nation Council Budget & Finance Committee is meeting today, Feb. 9, 2021, at 3 p.m, via Teleconference: 669 900-6833 CALL IN NUMBER; Zoom meeting ID: 232 628 2566; Passcode: 86515 I posted the BFC proposed agenda. The BFC made two amendments to their agenda: Added Legislations 0011-21 & 0012-21. No Titles were […]

Gold King Mine spill reaching Lake Powell Wednesday, Aug. 12

PRESS RELEASE: Officials provide update on water contamination in San Juan County FARMINGTON, N.M. – Navajo Nation Council Speaker LoRenzo Bates (Nenahnezad, Newcomb, San Juan, Tiis Tsoh Sikaad, Tse’Daa’Kaan, Upper Fruitland) on Saturday, attended a public meeting at the Famirngton Civic Center in which New Mexico State Environment Department Secretary Ryan Flynn, State Engineer Tom […]

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority monitoring water systems due to Gold King Mine spill

According to NTUA Deputy General Manger Rex Kontz, the https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7xhIWpNuJXiTmllNlI5WGRvRzhubHBqclphcUVSQ3otZGw4/view?usp=sharing water system from Farmington to Beclabito is not impacted. He said all NTUA water systems along that route are fed from a different system isolated from the San Juan River. This alternate system is also part of another larger water storage system. Authorities estimate that […]

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 […]

Navajo Council Resources & Development Committee recommends $1.6 million for local government officials to Naabik’iyati Committee

The Navajo Council’s Resources & Development Committee is still meeting. Without debate, the RDC approved three pieces of Legislation that involved reappointment of Raymond J. Holgate, Belinda P Eriacho, and Sidney B. Dietz to serve on the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority Board. The three are Legislation 0364-14; 0365-14, and 0366-14. RDC goes to LEGISLATION 0373-14: […]