Council Approves 15 Month Budget
I he 11 ifo.il Council apptovMl '^f* Tribes operating budget fot a lb mnnlh Fiscal year, beginning July 1, 1376, and ending October 1. 1 977. The total operating budget is SI ,373,053.00. for 15 months, which compares with last years 1 975 - 1 976, 1? month Hudgel of 1,030,965,50.
Thr- '75 - '76 Budget, broke i-nto quarterly figures, amounted to $257,74 1.37 per quarter. This years budget figures in at $274,610.70 per quarter. This represents an increase of
$16,969.43 per quarter, and budgel increase of $67,877.72 for a 1? month time period The budget does not reflect any substan tial salary increases, as was erroniouily re ported in the Missoulian Newspaper on June 8. There were several other errors in thr Mis soulian article that each reader will he able to see when we print the entire budgets fdr this year and last year, in the next issue of the Char-K(5osta. Both Bu dgets require a lengthy amount of space to reprint, space which we did not have in this i ssue .
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NEWSPAPER OF THE SALISH, PEND D'ORIELLES AND KOOTENAI TRIBES
Volume 6 Number 4
OF THE FLATHEAD RESERVATION f^t^X
FULL MOON OF THE CAMAS June 15. 197fi
Ron McCrea is Tribal Police Chief
Thfl Tnfoo has a now Chief r° Non MnCrea. of Ronan "'"äï| Ch.of, Wayne Mitch ""•""is. Roth will hp at 1 *' 'wn week seminar in no '7W,4nn ^'I'mii J.inr ?i è» 'Ij-yn City ut.)h Indian Cm ' "mV. T hrough the co op ,,,f¦ HIA and the Law En
forcement Assistance Administration there will be no cost to the Tribes for per-diem, travel, or training. 1 hr course includes such things as how to understand personnel needs, establish communications, and use (iiiidlines and techniques for pro blem solving, planning, evaluation discipline, training, etc.
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Members Oppose Com plex
Dixon Ë petition l«» stop construe tion of ihe new Tribal Operation v • '(implex has gathered mom imiI inn Ë group of Tribal member^, who have been circulating the p«atilion, told a local newspaper early this week, that they havr collected over MM) signatures of qualified Tribal voters on the petition
The petition is to he presented to the Tribal Council at an Kxecutive Session -bine 1 Î This is one day before the construction contract is to he signed Stewart A- .lanes, Inc . of Kahspell, bad submitted a low bid and were lo be officialls awarded the contract on the 1 lib of June The Tribe had received only two bids on the Complex Stewart & .lanes. Inc . hid in I be amount of $fil»7 .I»1»!». and U ..If son Company had the higher bid of $760.000. ñ,,,,,,,,,, ,,| „„ p•_.
Due to a lack of space, several "I the articles lo be published in th-June 1 IS issue, will have I î w ill nil till a future ISSU" Ã he ,lul\ n . will feature a lour page report on the cultural groups trip lo Wash nigton I) t' written l>\ .lohunv Artec We will alsn hav< a cop\ of I he llellgate I rc.i vol | * I. > . and a complete reprint o| the » • • lal budgets fur las! \eai and lh< coming fiscal ó e a r
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