Here are the results from the NTC elections held at the 2017 Annual Meeting on December 9th:
L-R: Audrey Leary & Rachelle Rohde are sworn in after being re-elected to the Napaimute Traditional Council
Congratulations to both returning Council Members and thank you for your continued service to the tribe, the community, and the region!
NATIVE VILLAGE OF NAPAIMUTE
DECEMBER 9, 2017
ST. INNOCENT RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL
401 E. TURPIN, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
11:30 am -12:30 pm Lunch & Registration
1:00 pm Call to Order – President Devron Hellings
Welcome address by – President Devron Hellings
Establishment of Quorum
Approval of the Agenda
Announcements: Appointment of Election Committee
Approval of the Minutes from 2016 Annual Meeting
Comments from Council Members
1:30 pm Tribal Transportation Safety Project Presentation – Mark Leary
2:15 pm ICDBG Sawmill Project Presentation – Lisa Feyereisen
3:00 pm Break
3:15 pm NVN Environmental Department Presentation – Dan Gillikin
4:00 pm Financial Report – Marcie Sherer
4:30 pm 2017 Traditional Council Elections – 2017 Election Committee
4:45 pm General Question & Answers
5:00 pm Adjourn
Hope to see you there!
Check out the Napaimute Brownfields Program website, let us know if there is a brownfields site in your area.
The Napaimute Traditional Council has set the date for the 2017 Native Village of Napaimute Annual Meeting and Council Elections for December 9, 2017 in Anchorage.
The meeting will be held at the St. Innocent Russian Orthodox Cathedral Fellowship Hall, 401 Turpin St., Anchorage, Alaska
There are two seats open for election:
Seat B – currently held by Audrey Leary
Seat C – currently held by Rachelle Rohde
Tribal Members over the age of 18 who are interested in running for one of these seats must submit their intent to run notice by the close of business, November 20, 2017. Submissions may be made via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by regular mail.
L-R: President Devron Helings & Vice President Marcie Sherer being sworn in after being re-elected at the 2016 NVN Annual Meeting
Click here to read about recent NVN activities:
September Directors Report – web site version
Click here to view our 2017-18 Firewood Ad:
10-8-17 FIREWOOD AD
Click here to read article from the Fall Issue of the Kuskokwim Corporation Newsletter on our work at the Kalskag Timber Harvest Site:
Napaimute Article in TKC Newsletter
The Native Village of Napaimute is looking at temporarily hiring an Environmental Technician. This person will be responsible for assisting the Environmental Coordinator and Executive Administrative Assistant. This position requires a person to be a “Jack of all Trades”. The Technician must be familiar with basic statistical analysis, data entry; and possess preliminary grant writing skills, basic software and computer knowledge, basic bookkeeping skills, and be familiar with general office procedures. This position will be based in Aniak Alaska, but may require travel as needed. If you have any questions, please call Lisa Feyereisen @ 676-0599