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 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: […]

RDC approves Sheep Springs chapter to be Tooh Haltsooi Chapter

Navajo Council Resources & Development Committee now on LEGISLATION 0164-14Legislation 0164-14: An Act relating to Resources and Development; approving the granting of a Right-of-Way to Navajo Tribal Utility Authority to construct, operate and maintain the “Kayenta IHS gas line” located on Navajo Nation trust lands within Kayenta Township Project (Navajo County, Arizona) Sponsor: Hon. Katherine […]

“We don’t operate with gun to head.”

Navajo Council Resources & Development Committee continues debating $4.1 million and now the debate includes work session which would require Tabling $4.1 million. RDC MEMBER LEONARD TSOSIE We don’t operate with gun to head. I thought we were on same page. I don’t know where he is going to change. This is big investment and […]

Proposed Navajo Nation Energy Policy headed to Council

Greetings Relatives/Frens, I received a text from Farmington Daily Times news reporter Noel Smith that as she was looking for proposed Navajo Nation Council legislation on Council Delegate Katherine Benally’s $220 million bond, she came across another proposed Council legislation that we have both been tracking – the Navajo Nation Energy Policy. For those of […]

Navajo Council standing committees & Energy Development

The Navajo Nation Council’s Naa’biki’yati’ Committee meets on Thursday, 9-12-13 , at 10 am in the Council chamber and among their proposed agenda items is a report from the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority “regarding energy development.” NTUA met with members of Resources & Development Committee at the KPMG office in Albuquerque today, 9-10-13, to discuss […]