Proposed Code Amendment
Proposed amendments Chapter 10-2 Tribal Employee Records Confidentiality | Proposed amendments will protect the confidentiality of attorney-client communication between ORA and the clients/departments it advises, and to modify the definition of employment records to remove “marital status” and “dependents” as relating to the employment of the employee. Also, to clarify the circumstances under which an employee is deemed to have consented to disclosure.| Cover Page | 1st meeting: March 6, 2019.
Public Comment period: 30-day comment period. Comments should be received no later than April 5, 2019. 2nd meeting: April 17, 2019 | Proposed amendments Chapter 10-2 Tribal Employee Records Confidentiality.
Proposed New Chapter 9-7 Eminent Domain | The Tribes has never relinquished its sovereign authority to exercise eminent domain on the Reservation, the North Half, or any allotments wherever located. Eminent domain is the authority of the Tribes to condemn (take) property for public purposes. | Cover Page | 1st meeting: January 23, 2019.
Public Comment period: 90-day comment period. Comments should be received no later than April 23 2019. 2nd meeting: May 7, 2019 | Proposed New Chapter 9-7 Eminent Domain
Proposed amendment: 4-1 Revising definition of "immediate family" and "family or tribal member" to include only those individuals who live under the same roof as the enrolled tribal member. | Cover Page | Amendment 4-1
Proposed amendment: 4-15 The code amendment proposes edits to a number of sections including territory subject to the code, use of the code, definitions, and various shoreline restrictions and conditions. No changes are proposed to the administrative and permitting provisions except that an inspection-right of entry section is added to enable improved code compliance. | Cover Page | Amendment 4-15