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Tulalip Tribes of Washington Codes and Regulations

Amended: 2004

Ordinance 46 - An Ordinance Repealing All Prior Ordinances, Regardless Of Number Relating To Adoption Of Thirty Year Lease Regulations


WHEREAS, the Tulalip Tribes of Washington have misnumbered ordinances and as a result thereof there has been confusion created in the records of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington and the Bureau of Indian Affairs regarding adoption of an ordinance establish 30 Year Lease regulations pursuant to the Act of August 9, 1955 (69 stat. 539; 25 USC 415) and it is the desire and the need of The Tulalip Tribes of Washington to correct such numbering and the confusion related thereof;


NOW THEREFORE, BE, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED that certain ordinance regarding 30 Year lease regulations numbered 44-A purporting to repeal Ordinance No. 44 and purporting to enact regulations prescribing procedures, terms and conditions under which leases of tribal land may be granted dated the 8th day of November, 1979, and all other ordinances, if any there be, that have heretofore been enacted regarding 30- Year regulations under and pursuant to the above referenced statute, be and same are hereby repealed and of no further force and effect.


IT IS FURTHER ORDAINED that nothing herein contained shall be construed to effect ordinances heretofore enacted regarding taxation which ordinances are according to tribal number, ordinances numbered 43, 44 and the aforesaid numbers 43 and 44 are revised in taxation in ordinance number 45.


IT IS FURTHER ORDAINED that the attached ordinance no. 47 being an ordinance enacting regulations prescribing procedures, terms and conditions under which leases of tribal land may be granted, shall be by the Executive Director of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington, forthwith submitted to the Superintendent of the Western Washington Indian Agency of the Bureau of Indian Affairs for his information and transmittal to the Secretary of the Interior for said ones final action for the reason that the authority to approve the said Ordinance No. 47 is solely bested by law in the Secretary of the Interior and such authority has not been administratively transferred by him to either the Superintendent or the Area Office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.


ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington at regular meeting assembled on the 10th day of May 1980, with a quorum present by a vote of 6 for and 0 against.


ATTEST:

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/s / STANLEY G. JONES, SR.
CHAIRMAN
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/s/ WAYNE W. WILLIAMS,
SECRETARY


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Legislative History

Adopted by Laws of April 5, 1980

Readopted by Laws of May 10, 1980

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