header-left header-right
Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: 22-001    Version: 1 Name: N/A
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 12/28/2021 In control: TRIBAL COUNCIL
On agenda: 1/10/2022 Final action: 1/11/2022
Enactment date: 1/10/2022 Enactment #: R-002-22
Title: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CHEROKEE NATION TO GRANT AN EASEMENT FOR RIGHT OF WAY AND LIFT STATION ACROSS TRIBAL TRUST LAND TO THE TAHLEQUAH PUBLIC WORKS AUTHORITY FOR THE INDIAN MEADOWS SEWER LINE PROJECT LOCATED IN CHEROKEE COUNTY
Sponsors: Rex Jordan
Indexes: Easement, Right of Way, Trust Land
Code sections: N/A - Not Applicable
Attachments: 1. R-002-22.PDF
Title
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CHEROKEE NATION TO GRANT AN EASEMENT FOR RIGHT OF WAY AND LIFT STATION ACROSS TRIBAL TRUST LAND TO THE TAHLEQUAH PUBLIC WORKS AUTHORITY FOR THE INDIAN MEADOWS SEWER LINE PROJECT LOCATED IN CHEROKEE COUNTY
Body
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 Tahlequah Public Works Authority wishes to obtain an easement and install a lift station in, upon and across land held in Trust for Cherokee Nation located on a portion of the Park Hill unit for a term of thirty (30) years beginning on the date of approval by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, subject to conditions set in the Grant of Easement for Right of Way. The Tribal Trust tract is located in part of the NW1/4 of Section 15, Township 16 North, Range 22 East, I.B.&M. Cherokee County Oklahoma.

WHEREAS, the Cherokee Nation Real Estate Services requests the Tribal Council to issue a waiver of said regulation requiring bonds on Cherokee Tribal Land Leases pursuant to regulations contained in 25 CFR ?169.103(f)(2). Cherokee Nation has determined that a waiver of performance bond or alternative form of security is in the best interest of the tribe, and;

WHEREAS, The Cherokee Nation requests a Waiver of Valuation and that the Negotiated Value be used pursuant to 25 CFR ?169.110(a).

1. Cherokee Nation has negotiated compensation satisfactory to the tribe.
2. Cherokee Nation waives valuation; and
3. Cherokee Nation has determined that accepting such negotiated compensation and waiving valuation is in the best interest of the Cherokee Nation.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CHEROKEE NATION, that the Principal Chief of Cherokee Nation, Chuck Hoskin Jr., and/or his authorized designee(s) be authorize...

Click here for full text