01/20/2020 3:30 PM
Tribal Council Work Session - 9:00 AM
Council Chambers - Agenda
Citizenship Commission Meeting - 1:00 PM
Tribal Council Special Work Session - 3:30 PM
Gaming Regulatory Commission Meeting - 5:30 PM
911 Spring St
Natural Resource Commission Meeting - 6:00 PM
Natural Resource Department Conference Room
Tribal Council Meeting - 9:00 AM
Gaming Authority Work Session - 9:00 AM
Gaming Authority Meeting - 10: AM
Superior Conference Odawa Hotel
01/10/2020 - Legislative Documents Posted for Comment Updated
01/10/2020 - 26th Annual Anishinaabemowin-teg Conference
“Moving Forward in the Language”
March 26, 27, 28, 2020
Sault Ste. Marie, ONTARIO CANADA
LTBB GALD will be selecting 4 language students to attend the conference by
an application process* to inspire language learning participants.
Hotel/Lodging & Perdiem paid for by Aankwadong Project.
01/06/2020 - Executive Documents for Comment Updated
01/03/2020 - Join Mzinigangamik’s Reading Challenge! There’s a new BINGO reading challenge each month through February 2020. Read for your chance to enter a prize drawing. Please call 231-242-1487 with any questions.
January Kids BINGO | January Teens-Adults BINGO
12/23/19 - Regretfully for us, delightfully for them, due to the elders lunches being increased to Tues-Weds-Thurs and the kitchen area not being available, Cooking Classes are being cancelled for now until we come up with a new plan. Please stay tuned.
12/16/19 - Per Tribal Resolution #102619-05 Promotion of a Living Wage, the calculations for the Living Wage are as follows...
Living Wage for January 1, 2020 Memo
12/09/19 - FAQ for the Medicare premium reimbursement program.
12/02/19 - Join Mzinigangamik’s Reading Challenge! There’s a new BINGO reading challenge each month through February 2020. Read for your chance to enter a prize drawing. Please call 231-242-1487 with any questions.
December Kids BINGO | December Teens-Adults BINGO
10/16/19 - On Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at 2:37 p.m. Legislative Leader Emily Proctor authorized a Tribal Council Emergency Phone poll for Supplemental funding to the Natural Resources Department in the amount of $150,000.00 to cover the costs associated for engineering and placement of large rocks and boulders along 400 ft of shoreline to protect from further erosion along our property on 9-Mile Point. Elevated Lake Michigan water levels and global warming have contributed to severe storms across our region causing damage along Michigan’s lakeshores.
Reason for Emergency Phone Poll: Motion to adopt Tribal Resolution Natural Resources Department Request for Supplemental Funding in the Amount of $150,000 to come from General Fund-Fund Balance.
Phone Poll Vote: 9 Yes, 0 No, 0 Abstained, 0 Absent
TR Natural Resources Dept Supplemental Funding in the Amount of $150000
09/07/18 - LTBB NRD CWD Emergency Regulations for the 1836 Treaty Ceded Territory of Michigan Effective: 8-28-18
CWD Core Area: means the 5-County Core CWD Area which includes Ionia, Kent, Mecosta, Montcalm, and Newaygo counties all within the 1836 Treaty Area.
Full Memo | Map