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Tribal Graduate Celebration

Sunday, 20 May 2018 by

Join us in celebrating our tribal graduates
Dee‐dvn‐la: Saturday June 30th, 2018
Ghvt‐ti‐lh: 2 pm—4 pm
Dvt‐la: Xaa‐wan’‐k’wvt Hall Community Center

Questions: 707-487-9255 ext. 1191
Ghaa~-yalh-te haa~? (are you going to come)

Dee‐dvn‐la: Thursday, May 24th,

Ghvt‐ti‐lh: 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Dvt‐la: XVR Recreation Hall (Look for the signs by the old Ship Ashore)

What: Community meeting on disaster preparedness and community resiliency

Who: TDN Emergency Manager Kymmie Scott and Emergency Services Coordinator Tessa LaFazio

Why: Come learn about the new emergency management program at Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation and have your questions answered

All members of the public are welcome (tribal or non-tribal) who reside in or near TDN

For more information call 707-487-9255 ext. 1144

 

Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Lands Act
Public Comment
On March 17, 2018 the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation held its annual General Membership Meeting, at which the Tribal Council shared draft legislation to assist the Tribe in fulfilling its self-determination. The intent of this legislation, the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Lands Act, is to provide the Tribe the ability to efficiently manage tribally owned lands, resources, and programs, and ensure a timely fee-to-trust process with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for all fee-land owned by the Tribe in California, all while respecting the sovereignty of neighboring tribes, the jurisdiction of local governments, and the rights of local property owners.
Feedback from local stakeholders, including neighboring tribes, local governments, and property owners, will provide us with valuable input from the region on the Lands Act and will help us determine the next steps we will take with Congressman Huffman in an effort to assist the Tribe in its self-determination movement.
The Tribe values all comments brought forward, and is committed to the long term partnership and success of Del Norte County and the surrounding region. Please submit comments to the Office of Self-Governance by emailing Briannon.Fraley@tolowa.com or by mailing or dropping off comments to:

Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation
C/O Office of Self-Governance
140 Rowdy Creek Road
Smith River, CA 95567

Please include name, address, and phone number on all comments. A review of comments is expected to take place June 28, 2018.

Shu’ shaa nin-la,
Scott D. Sullivan
Chairperson, on behalf of the Tribal Council

Download 2.5.18_TDN_Lands_Act_HUFFMAN

Download Press Release_TDN_lands act_ 4.18.18_final(1)

Annual 2018 Spring Clean-Up

Monday, 07 May 2018 by

Annual 2018 Spring Clean-Up
Clean-up your yard and bring your trash.

Dee‐dvn‐la: Thursday May 17 and Saturday May 19
Ghvt‐ti‐lh: 8:30 A.M. – 7:00 P.M
closed for lunch from 12:00 P.M. – 12:30 P.M.
Dvt‐la: Public Works and Facilities Yard located at 16450 Ocean View Drive, Smith River, CA 95557.

Must have 1 Spring Clean-Up ticket per load. 2 tickets per residence were mailed out.
Must have your Tolowa Dee-Ni’ Nation Tribal I.D.
Limit 2 vehicle loads per residence for example: 1 pickup truck = 1 load or 1 trailer = 1 load.
Limit of 4 tires per 1 load.
Limit of 2 furniture items per 1 load.

We will have separate dumpsters for these waste types: recyclable metal waste, fluorescent light bulbs, furniture, tires and motor oil.
Unload your own vehicle.
No hazardous waste for example paint, asbestos, dead animals, etc.

Questions: Kagat McQuillen, Tribal Resource Specialist, Natural Resource Department, (707) 487-9255 Ext. 1155 or email: kagat.mcquillen@tolowa.com

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