Here is the YOUTUBE VIDEO OF PART 2 of the Confluence Partners report on their proposed “Grand Canyon Escalade” project to the Navajo Council’s Naabik’iyati Committee at the Council chamber in Window Rock, Ariz., on June 27, 2014. The primary speaker for the Confluence Partners was CP legal adviser Albert Hale, a former Navajo Nation president, who settled about 50 criminal charges of financial and political wrongdoings filed against him by the tribal special prosecutor by publicly admitting his guilt and resigning from office on Feb. 19, 1998. Hale currently serves as an Arizona representative and was a former Arizona senator. He operates his own law firm.
The other Confluence Partners that spoke briefly to the committee were architect Mike Lee and design and construction manager Keith Lamparter. CP manager R. Lamaor Whitmer, who sat before the comittee with Hale, Lee and Lampartner, did not speak.
After about two hours, which included the report, debate and questions by the committee and responses to committee questions, the Naabik’iyati Committee voted 9 in favor, 4 opposed on accepting the report.