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Colorado River Indian Tribes Homeland Security Office Announces Process for Updating CRIT's Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Initiated [Flyer]
CRIT Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan For Review
ATTENTION CRIT TRIBAL MEMBERS PLEASE BE ADVISED OF TOWN OF PARKER CEMETERY
2018 RE-SEEDING AND CLEAN UP ANNOUNCEMENT
CRIT Halloween Festival Flyer- October 26, 2018
CRIT Royalty Halloween Cake Fundraiser Flyer- October 26, 2018
CRIT Tribal Complex Administrative Calendar October 2018.
Notice to the Tribal Membership from the CRIT Enrollment Department Re: 2018 TRIBAL DISTRIBUTION
In order to qualify for the December 1, 2018 Tribal Distribution deadline date, all enrollment
applications must be received by August 27, 2018 by 5:00 p.m. If you do not submit your
enrollment applications by the deadline date your child will not be eligible to receive the
2018 Tribal Distribution in December.
For further information or questions concerning this matter please contact the
Enrollment Department at (928) 669-1240; 1241 or 1304.
The following are notices to the Tribal Membership released August 23, 2018 by the CRIT Enrollment Office:
GENERAL ELECTION NOTICE
GENERAL ELECTION SCHEDULE
If you have any questions please contact them at (928) 669-1240.
*Current enrolled tribal membership 4,457 as of September 7, 2018.
Congratulations to Chairman Patch and Councilman Drennan, completing the Colorado River Indian
Tribal Council 2018 L-R: Treasurer Granthum Stevens, newly seated Councilman Tommy Drennan,
Councilman Johnny Hill Jr., Vice-Chairman Keith Moses, Chairman Dennis Patch, Councilman
Robert "Bobby" Page, Councilman Herman "T.J." Laffoon, Councilman Johnson "J.D." Fisher and
Secretary Amelia Flores.
First Things First Regional Director Hualapai Tribe Regional Partnership Council - OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Notice of Public Hearings on Proposed Ordinance to Amend the Colorado River Indian Tribes Children's Code
Notice of Public Hearings on Proposed Ordinance to Amend the Colorado River Indian Tribes Law and Order Code
Article 6. Traffic Control and Operation of Vehicles
Press Release Re: S.S. v. Colorado River Indian Tribes
To read more of the Miss Indian Arizona Association press release go to: http: www.missindianarizona.com
Notice of Public Hearing
On a Proposed Ordinance to amend the Government Code to add a new Article 3.
Endowment Investment Fund
Proposed Draft Code
Government Code Article 3
Endowment Investment Fund
Updated Tuesday, September 11, 2018.
Notice to Update Addresses to All CRIT Tribal Members
The following CRIT Tribal members need to contact the CRIT Enrollment office to update their mailing addresses
as soon as possible. If you have any questions you may direct them to their staff at (928) 669-1240, 1241 or 1304.
Matthew Aguirre Enas
Derrick Ameelyenah Jr.
Ronald Burton Jr.
Ronald Burton Sr.
Frazell Chee Sr.
Jesse Fisher III
Ronnie Hickman, III
Michael Ingole Jr.
Jeffrey Kellywood Jr.
Melvin Mc Craney Jr.
Marvin McCabe, Jr.
Gerald Mike, Jr.
Juan Olivares Jr
Lester Gormen Payton
Lester Kairan Payton
Carlos Perez Jr.
Manuel Romo Jr.
Raymond Salgado Jr.
Desmond Short, III
Desmond Short, Jr.
Socorro Iliana Smith
Arlen Stevens, III
Winter Fawn Stone
De Alva Swick
Loren Tahbo, Sr.
George Wagner, Jr.
Michael Webb Jr.
Raymond Webb- Seviera
Notice from the Colorado River Indian Tribes Office of the Attorney General:
At the Special Meeting held on June 8, 2017, Tribal Council enacted amendments to the Domestic Relations Code to include
Article 4: Paternity and Maternity. The Amendments enacted a paternity code and reserved a section for a maternity code should
Tribal Council choose to enact a maternity code at a later date. The paternity code governs paternity actions in the tribal court,
which seek to establish who the legal father of a child is. A finding of paternity can be used for tribal enrollment, child support,
custody, and inheritance rights of the child. Prior to its passage, a public hearing was held on September 21, 2016 where the
Office of the Attorney General accepted written and verbal comments and answered questions on the Code. Comments were
also solicited from the Department of Health and Social Services, Legal Aid, and the Courts. A work session was held with Tribal
Council on February 13, 2017. Prior to this amendment, the Tribal Court applied Arizona paternity law to cases in the court as no
CRIT law existed regarding paternity and maternity cases. If you have any questions regarding these amendments, please contact
LeeAnne Kane at the Office
of the Attorney General at (928) 669-1271. The Paternity and Maternity Code will be in effect thirty (30) days from the date of its passage, on and will be available on the CRIT website.