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File #: 19-004    Version: 1 Name: N/A
Type: Resolution Status: Reported from Committee
File created: 1/15/2019 In control: TRIBAL COUNCIL
On agenda: 1/31/2019 Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: A RESOLUTION CONFIRMING THE RENOMINATION OF JOHNNIE EARP AS A BOARD MEMBER OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRUST AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Sponsors: Harley Buzzard, Mike Shambaugh, Buel Anglen, David Walkingstick
Indexes: Boards and Commissions, Economic Development Trust Authority
Code sections: N/A - Not Applicable

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A RESOLUTION CONFIRMING THE RENOMINATION OF JOHNNIE EARP AS A BOARD MEMBER OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRUST AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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WHEREAS, the Cherokee Nation since time immemorial has exercised the sovereign rights of self-government in behalf of the Cherokee people;

 

WHEREAS, the Cherokee Nation is a federally recognized Indian Nation with a historic and continual government to government relationship with the United States of America;

 

WHEREAS, the Cherokee Nation Economic Development Trust Authority Board of Directors was created and authorized by Legislative Act 36-89;

 

WHEREAS, the appointment of the Board of Directors in Legislative Act 36-89 was nullified by JAT 97-01;

 

WHEREAS, the appointment of the members of the Board, replacing that portion of Legislative Act 36-89 previously addressing the appointment of said board members, is provided for in Legislative Act 4-02;

 

WHEREAS, Seat 5 has expired and the Principal Chief is authorized to appoint the members of the Board subject to majority vote of the Council of the Cherokee Nation;

 

WHEREAS, Johnnie Earp is duly qualified and should be reappointed as a Board Member of the Economic Development Trust Authority Board of Directors;

 

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CHEROKEE NATION, that Johnnie Earp is hereby confirmed as a Board Member of the Economic Development Trust Authority Board of Directors, Seat Five (5) for a term beginning March, 2019 and expiring March, 2022, pursuant to the laws of the Cherokee Nation.