November 2, 2018
Our Omak Clinic is on track.
Pascal Sherman Indian School has a new Superintendent Lynn Palmanteer Holder, and the school has greatly improved, with Lynn and the school boards direction.
I have received a lot of positive calls on the recent Membership Meeting.
We are working on an audit, which should be discussed in detail real soon.
We are seeking grant funding for various projects.
Also we had a very strong get out the vote campaign, with Colville and several other tribes.
NUWU Cannabis tour: I went with several questions on the cannabis product, number one Chain of Cusotody, of products sold in the stores. And this is negotiated in the compact, they mirror the state, it is better and polished. 2. How much can be purchased at one time, or over a period of time. We would have a point of sale system , to tract. 3. Many of the questions are already in our gaming compact, so we are fortunate to be further ahead with a strong gaming compact. We would need to strengthen our law and order codes to address this new product. The Paiute Tribe in Nevada is building several infra-structures with the money earned on these developments, to them it is a gateway to healthier living.