Boards & CommitteesTule River Indian Tribe of California
Tule River Tribe of California, and in furtherance of the Tribal Council’s authority and responsibility to provide for the safety, health, and morals of the Tribe, the Council hereby enacts this Ordinance for the purpose of establishing the Tribal membership policies and procedures for the Tule River Indian Tribe.
Housing Authority Board of Commissioners
The purpose of the Committee
purposes, rights, and responsibilities of the providers of affordable housing and other housing services on and off the Reservation, and to authorize participation in Housing-Related and Community Development Activities. This Ordinance supersedes and replaces any and all prior ordinances, laws, or codes related to the provision of affordable housing services assisted by funding provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Land Assignment Advisory Board
The purpose of this Ordinance is to establish clear and uniform policies and procedures for the use, assignment and development of lands within the Tule River Indian Reservation, and those lands outside the Reservation boundaries that are acquired by the Tribe. All lands held in trust by the United States Government for or on behalf of the Tribe and lands owned by the Tribe shall be governed and subject to the provisions of this Ordinance. The provisions of this Ordinance are intended to protect the needs of tribal members and activities of the Tribe while preserving and protecting the long-term interest in tribally controlled and other lands in such a way as to promote and otherwise safeguard the interests of the Tu1e River Indian Tribe.
The purpose of the Committee
The purpose of the Committee is to provide informed advice and recommendations to the Tribal Council on Jaw enforcement issues. The Law Enforcement Committee shall serve in an advisory capacity to the Tule River Tribal Council, to assist with law enforcement policy.
Legislative Advisory Board
The purpose of the Legislative Advisory Board
is to provide informed advice and recommendations to the Tribal Council on all legislative issues including, but not limited to, Tribal, Local, State and Federal Legislation pertaining to the Tule River Tribe. The Legislative Board shall serve in an advisory capacity to the Tule River Tribal Council and Tule River Tribe’s Lobbyists, to assist with any and all legislative matters pertaining to the Tule River Tribe.
The Legislative Board shall:
a. Advise the Tribal Council on all matters relating to the legislation within the jurisdiction of the Tule River Indian Reservation;
b. Address Tribal, Local, State and Federal Legislation pertaining to the Tule River Indian Reservation and make recommendations to the Tribal Council;
c. Represent the Tule River Tribe, by Tribal Council appointment and approval, on any Tribal, Local, State and/or Federal committees, organizations and associations;
d. Conduct monthly legislative meetings; and
e. Provide detailed monthly reports, which include committee activities, updates and recommendations along with approved minutes, to Tribal Council.
a. Composition – The Legislative Board Members shall be appointed or designated by title by the Tribal Council. The board shall consist of four (4) members as follows:
1. Appointments – The Tribal Council will select and appoint three (3) Tribal Members.
2. Designation by Title – Legal Counsel.
The major purpose of the Advisory Board
The major purpose of the Advisory Board is to determine the need for rehabilitation and community education regarding the use of alcohol and other substances and to act as an advisor to the Tribal Council on matters relating to the Tule River Alcoholism Program.
The Yokuts Foundation was established
The Yokuts Foundation was established to make the community it serves a better place for all of its residents, placing particular value on activities and programs that expand opportunities for the least advantaged, protecting our environment and enhancing the lives of youth. In so doing, the Yokuts Foundation makes funding opportunities vital to community organizations and works to grow the future needs of our region.
The Foundation is governed by its Bylaws approved by the Tule River Tribal Council of Tule River Band of Yokuts Indians.
Towanits School Advisory Board
The Tule River Tribal Council established the
Day 2 – Wednesday Nov, 24
9:00am - 10:00am
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