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Topic: LTBB Odawa Executive Branch Town Hall Meeting

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Greetings for this Fine February Day!

Did you have some fun developing your own Personal Wellness Plan during Manido Giizis?  We are wondering what delicious ways that you included more mandaamin in your intake?

In your efforts to maintain and improve your health, please remember that we have a full team of health professionals at Mina Mskiki Gumik Health Department available to help you achieve your health and wellness goals.  And, we are always interested in stories of your personal health and wellness journey.


Aanii LTBB Citizens,

Great news!!! The State of Michigan distributed 10 million free KN95 masks to help protect residents from COVID-19. Health experts suggest stepping up protection against the highly contagious omicron variant with stronger masks such as N95s or KN95s. These masks are in addition to 400 million free N95 masks the federal government is distributing to pharmacies and community health centers across the country.

In accordance with policy, the following Land and Reservation Committee phone poll shall be posted for 24 hours.

Reason for Phone Poll: Motion to assign parcel number #150, and recommend to Tribal Council for Odawa Economic Affairs Holding Corporation (OEAHC) to pursue land parcel #150, including the authority to negotiate and purchase the parcel, and all offers will be contingent on a satisfactory Environmental Impact assessment.

Due to the continued COVID-19 case level in our area, Phase 2.5 (See Attached) and all the current safety precautions that have been put in place is now extended to Saturday, February 12th, 2022. 

Employees must follow Phase 2.5 and continue to follow the extra safety precautions that are stated below:

The LTBB Department of Commerce (DOC) is now accepting applications from eligible businesses for COVID-related financial assistance.
DOC will be distributing a total of $1,600,000.00 in the form of grants to businesses to be used in responding to the negative economic impacts caused by COVID. Business entities that are eligible to apply include: LTBB-owned businesses, LTBB Tribal Citizen-owned businesses, and LTBB-registered nonprofits.

Manido Giizis (Spirit Moon) is waning, and it is time to talk about the 13 Moons Challenges program for 2022.

The Community Health program has been working with the Gijigowi Anishinaabemowin Language Department and have a good plan for this new year. With each new moon, we will invite you to participate in a health and wellness challenge. If you choose not to participate, perhaps you can write your own challenge for that moon.


Prior to conducting an Appropriations and Finance Committee phone poll, the following shall be posted for 24 hours in accordance with policy.

Reason for Phone Poll: Motion to recommend to Tribal Council to adopt Tribal Resolution Authorizing First Amendment to Loan Agreement from PNC Bank, National Association, and related Documents, Authorizing Tribal Appropriations for Payments of the Loan, Confirming Adoption of Law Governing the Arbitration of Disputes related to the Loan, Confirming Adoption of Law Regarding Security Interests and Addressing Related Matters.