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Tribal News

Annual General Meeting

9am Saturday, June 2, 2018
Sockalexis Arena 
This meeting will also include an informational session dealing with tribal annual financial audits, budgets and statements.

Agenda Items:

  1. Inland Fish & Game- Change from bulls only in Alder Stream to any sex
  2. Chapter 7 Inland Fish & Game Amendments
  3. Election Law Amendment- Section 4.1 Special Elections
  4. Chapter 8- Penobscot Nation Tribal Justice System Code
  5. Change Quarum Requirement for General Meetings
  6. Inland Fish & Game Amendment- Remove the Phrase "Fair Chase"
  7. Inland Fish & Game Amendment- Section 207- delete A , Amend F, Delete G
  8. Inland Fish & Game Amendment- Section 208- Deer, Delete A , Amend B, Delete C
  9. Inland Fish & GAme Amendment- Section 400- Deer Hunting Permits & Section 403 Deer Hunting Access Permits
  10. Change Elver License Process
  11. Require Any Changes to Tribal Law Passed at Annual General Meeting be changed within 90 days
  12. Inland Fish & Game Amendment- To Allow Non-member Deer Permittees to Shoot Coyotes during the week of their permit
  13. "Other" (Annual General Meeting)

Information regarding these agenda items will be made available in the Tribal Clerk's office prior to the meetings.

 

 

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Penobscot Nation
Penobscot Tribal Rights and Resources Protection Board

The Penobscot Tribal Rights and Resources Protection Board (PTRRPB), serves as the governing body responsible for review and oversight of all research conducted by non-tribal members involving Penobscot Nation cultural resources, including the Nation’s history, customs and beliefs and their expressions in all forms, people, and Penobscot community intellectual rights. The Board shall be the lead entity to develop and guide the Penobscot Nation’s research agenda.

If you are intrested in joining this board please fill out an application at the Chief's office.

Board Application

 

 

Public Notice

 

 

 

IT IS ILLEGAL TO PUT FLYERS IN MAILBOXES…THE POST OFFICE CAN STOP DELIVERY OF MAIL IF THIS CONTINUES. SO PLEASE IF YOU ARE DELIVERING ANY TYPE OF FLYERS DO NOT PUT THEM IN MAILBOXES.

 

 

 

Information Wanted!!!
The following two items were located in the river along with (2) purses that were stolen from two tribal
employees. If anyone recognizes who these items may belong to, PLEASE contact the
Public Safety Department at 817-7358

Lost Items 12.05.17