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ing Commission. Sandy Sampson voluntarily resigned from the Housing Commission. Move to accept voluntary resignation from S. Sampson from Housing. Motion carries 8-0-0. 8) Natural Resources Commission — Gerald Reed was appointed to NRC on April 2, 2012 for a three year term, which his term expired on April 2, 2015. A meeting was held between David Close, BOT Secretary, Rosenda Shippentower, NRC Chairman and Patty Perry the Administrative Staff for NRC regarding his expired term and to straighten out the staggered terms. Gerald Reed has turned in an application to be reappointed. Move that the BOT Secretary to notify Mr. Gerald Reed of term expiration and to advertise. Motions carries 8-0-0. 9) Science 8 Technology Committee. One vacancy for 2 year term with one application from Shawn Joseph. Move toappoint Shawn Joseph to the Science & Technology Committee for 2 year term. Motion carries 8-0-0. 10) Terms expiring. Paula Post and Butch Sams terms both expire on April 7 from Law 8 Order Committee. Move to advertise for two positions for 2 year terms on Law & Order Committee. Motion carries 8-0-0. 11) To continue to adverting for: 1 position on A&D Oversight Committee, 2 year term, meet 4th Wed. from 1-2:30pm. It was noted that A8D Task Force is an oversight committee with no stipends and position is General Council appointment. Move that A&D application(s) be sent to General Council. Motion carries 8-0-0. 1 position for Election Commission — 1 BOT position, meet as needed. 1 position for Tiicham Conservation District — 2 year term, meet 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 1:00pm. 1 Umatilla Cultural Coalition (No Stipends)Meet as needed. All applications will be due Monday, April 18 by 4:00pm. A BOT work session will be scheduled Friday, April 22 at 8:30 AM to review applications and the BOT will make appointments on Monday, April 25.

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DATE: April 4, 2016 BOT Present: Gary Burke, BOT Chairman; Jeremy Wolf, Vice Chairman; Rosenda Shippentower, Treasurer; David Close, Secretary; Aaron Ashley, Member; Armand Minthorn, Member; Woodrow Star, Member, Justin Quaempts, Member and Alan Crawford, General Council Chairman. Full quorum. Resolution 16-023: Topic: Emergency Operations Plan 2016. RESOLVED, promulgated herewith is the revised Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. This plan supersedes any previous Emergency Operations Plans; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, adoption of this plan will set out an orderly response to an event which is of such magnitude that it threatens to overwhelm the response capability of the CTUIR; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the Board of Trustees hereby adopts this Emergency Operations Plan revision and makes it the Emergency Operations Plan for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. AND, that said Resolution has not been modified amended or repealed and is still in full force and effect. DATED this 4th day of April, 2016. MOTION carries 7-0-0. (Jeremy Wolf not present for vote) Resolution 16-024: Topic: Memorandum of Understanding with Pendleton School District. RESOLVED, that the Board of Trustees hereby approves the attached Memorandum Of Understanding (Exhibit 1) between the CTUIR and the Pendleton School District; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of Trustees hereby authorizes its Chair, the Chair of the Education and Training Committee, and the Tribal Education Director to execute the Memorandum of Understanding on behalf of the CTUIR; AND BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that the Board of Trustees hereby expresses its support for the constructive working relationship between the Education and Training Committee and the Tribal Education Department with the Pendleton School District as reflected in the Memorandum of Understanding and hereby directs both the Education and Training Committee and the Tribal Education Department to dedicate the time, personnel and resources to work with the Pendleton School District representatives to develop and implement the programs needed to achieve objectives set forth in the Memorandum of Understanding. AND, that said Resolution has not been modified amended or repealed and is still in full force and effect. DATED this 4th day of April, 2016. MOTION carries 8-0-0. Resolution16-025 Topic:ANA and SEDS Grant Application by Yellowhawk. RESOLVED, that the CTUIR Tribal Health Commission, which is the governing board of Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center, and represents the tribal community met onMarch 29, 2016 and has approved this project and provided ample opn in n 21B

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BOT Travel Reports. 1) Woodrow Star, March 17-18 Healing Lodge, Spokane WA. MOTION: Justin Quaempts moves to approve reports. Alan Crawford seconds. Discussion. Question. Motion carries 6-0-0. [Gary Burke and Jeremy Wolf not present for vote] BOT Leave and Travel Requests. 1) Gary Burke, Travel, March 29 Col. River Housing mtg.— Celilo, OR. Travel, May 22-26, ATNI Grand Ronde, OR. 2) Alan Crawford, Travel, April 11-15, Western Regional WIOA Training Phoenix. Travel,May 22-26ATNI Grand Ronde, OR. Travel, June 26-30 NCAI Spokane, WA. 3) Jeremy Wolf, Travel, March 29 Col River Housing mtg. Celilo, OR. Travel, April 4-7 Inter-Tribal Bison mtg. West Yellowstone, ID. 4) Aaron Ashley, Travel, April 4-7 Inter-Tribal Bison mtg. West Yellowstone, ID. 5) Rosenda Shippentower: Travel, April 9-10 Travel Warm Spring Museum, Portland. Travel, May 23-26ATNI Grand Ronde. 6) Justin Quaempts, Personal leave, 3-14 pm, March 28. Travel, May 1-5 State/Tribal Suicide Prevention Washington, DC. 7) Armand Minthorn, Travel, April 4-6 Meet with HPS, Lewiston, ID. Travel, April 13-14 HAB Richland, WA. Travel, April 15 Mill Creek Ceremony, Walla Walla, WA (poll).

8) Justin Quaempts, Personal leave rescinded leave request March 28 from 1-3 pm. MOTION: Alan Crawford moves to approve leave requests. Woodrow Star seconds. Discussion. Question. Motion carries 8-0-0.

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