Native Village of Georgetown- Tribal Ordinances

Dated: 1999, 2006

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Table of Contents

Georgetown tribal ordinance no. 99-01 : a tribal ordinance of the Native Village of Georgetown, Alaska establishing tribal enrollment standards and procedures.
1. Purpose. 2. Benefits of membership. 3. Membership eligibility and standards. 4. Confidentiality. 5. Establishing the tribal roll. 6. Appealing an enrollment decision. 7. Standards for new members. 8. Removing members from the tribal enrollment. Certification.

Resolution 06-17 : a resolution to influence positive changes in national programs that will reduce climate change pollution and promote use of renewable energy / Georgetown Tribal Council.