Tribal Council definition

Tribal Council means the Tribe’s nine member elected council which exercises all the legislative and executive powers of the Tribe.
Tribal Council means the Tribal Council of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon.

Examples of Tribal Council in a sentence

  • The Tribal Council must represent the interests of a distinct population: its members.

  • FIGR reserves the right to reject any proposed agreement or contract that does not conform to the specifications contained in this RFP and which is not approved by the FIGR Tribal Council.

  • While there may be and one can certainly hope for occasions where these interests align, it would be foolish and short-sighted for anyone to assume that the Town of Charlestown can represent the interests of the Tribal Council.

  • While some aspects of this dispute have been a matter of public record ( see e.g. (last viewed 10.20.17)), the Tribal Council will not address additional details of the dispute in this filing, as its goal in this Motion is simply to protect its interest regarding the potential impact of any agreements involving the water supply on tribal lands, and not to vet issues of internal governance in this forum.

  • Should the EFSB determine it appropriate, the Tribal Council is amenable to being granted intervenor status that limits its participation to the issue of the Water Supply Plan for the proposed facility.

More Definitions of Tribal Council

Tribal Council or “Council” means the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council, the governing body of the Tribe.
Tribal Council means the governing body of the Tribe.
Tribal Council means the governing body of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.
Tribal Council means the governing body of the Mashantucket (Western) Pequot Tribe.
Tribal Council means the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribal Council, which is the governing body of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan.
Tribal Council or “Council” shall mean the regular Tribal Council of the Pueblo of Pojoaque which is responsible for passing resolutions, setting policy and making decisions between meetings of the General Council, unless otherwise specifically stated otherwise.