POSITIONS OPEN AT THE CROW TRIBAL LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
2021 CTLB Quarterly Session Roll Call – Daily Attendance 1/21/21
2021 Quarterly Session Roll Call – Daily Attendance 1/19/21
2021 CTLB Quarterly Session Roll Call – Daily Attendance 1/12/2021
CTLB 2021 Quarterly Session YouTube Links
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CTLB Health & Human Services Committee Meeting Attendance 1.15.21
Health & Human Services Comm. Mtg.
Friday, Jan. 15, 2021
Agenda Items: Old Business
2021 CTLB January Quarterly Session Attendance
Crow Tribal Legislative Branch
Quarterly Session – First Quarter
Roll Call – Attendance
2021 Crow Tribal Legislative Branch Regular Session – First Quarter
PUBLIC NOTICE FOR SPECIAL SESSION – 12.23.20 – 1:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23rd, 2020 AT 1:00 p.m.
CROW TRIBAL LEGISLATIVE CHAMBERS
October 30, 2020 Special Session Roll Call
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2020
CROW TRIBAL LEGISLATIVE CHAMBERS
Daily Roll Call (Attendance) for October 2020 Session
In effort to promote transparency within the Legislative Branch we will publish daily Roll Call (attendance) during the Sessions and Special Session.
You will find the daily roll call by clicking the pdf link below: (subsequent days will be added)
Wednesday, October 7, 2020: In Recess
Public Notice of October 2020 Quarterly Session
Deadline to Submit Legislation for Oct 2020 Session
The Legislative Branch of the Crow Tribal Government
Hereby Gives Notice of for the following:
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT PROPOSED LEGISLATION FOR THE OCTOBER 2020 QUARTERLY SESSION:
Monday, September 21st, 2020 @ 4:30 p.m.
Legislative Branch Legal Counsel Vacancy
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT – LEGISLATIVE ATTORNEY
Crow Tribe of Indians
Legislative Branch of Government
Crow Agency, Montana 59022
Crow Indian Reservation
The Crow Tribal Legislature is seeking proposals for an attorney position. Interested applicants must provide a written proposal which includes each of the following:
1. Resume (education, work history, licenses and certifications)
2. Letter of interest (2 pages or less); and
3. Description of expected compensation and available time commitment, along with an indication of whether there is any preference by the applicant to work on a contract basis or as a member of staff.
This position will require education and experience necessary to successfully provide legal services to the Crow Tribal Legislature which includes legal research and writing, drafting and review of proposed tribal legislation, legal training for the Branch. This position requires a strong understanding of federal Indian law, the Crow Constitution, Crow Tribal Law, including but not limited to Crow Tribal legislation, statutes, and resolutions. Be in good standing in Montana and be willing to seek admission to the Crow Tribal Bar. Indian and Crow tribal preference shall apply.
All materials should be emailed to the Crow Tribal Legislature at the following address: email@example.com
Please cc the following:
Speaker of the House, Sen. Tom Yellowtail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary of the House, Sen. Brandon Good Luck: email@example.com
Legal Assistant, Leslie PlainFeather: firstname.lastname@example.org
Materials will be accepted until the position is filled. The Legislature is seeking to fill the position as soon as practical.
Public Notice of Special Session Sept. 16, 2020
Public Notice of Special Session Sept. 8, 2020
Public Notice re: No Reporting 9.1.2020
Notice Regarding Absentee Voting for 2020 Crow Tribe Executive Branch Elections
Notice of 2020 Crow Tribe Executive Branch Elections Filing Deadline for Candidates for Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary and Vice Secretary
Public Notice of July 2020 Session
Media Release June 22, 2020
June 22, 2020-
Crow Tribal Executive has declared a State of Emergency Order (March 14, 2020) and issued an extended Stay at Home Order through July 15, 2020, due to COVID-19. The Legislative Branch issued a public notice regarding the closure of Legislative Branch offices to the public because of CDC recommendations regarding public health and community spaces.
In light of current conditions, the Legislative Branch is extending the notice of closing to the public until such time the Branch can attain compliance with social distancing, temperature checks and temperature logs, mask/face covering, the ability to provide the public with PPE.
As of today, June 22, 2020, the confirmed cases have risen at an alarming rate, five (5) more cases have been confirmed bring the total to sixty-three (63) and three deaths. Big Horn County has verified there is increased transmission within the community, related to exposure and there is growing evidence of transmission from one infected person before the onset of symptoms (pre-symptomatic), or infected people without symptoms (asymptomatic). Crow Tribal Government needs to communicate effectively and provide services to people infected in our communities.
The Legislative Branch has implemented strategies to continue to conduct business with the limited resources available to us while adhering to the Employee Safety and Health policy.
Please use the contact information below if you have any questions:
- Website: ctlb.org – email address for Senators & Staff can be found by clicking the “Contact Us” tab
- Email: email@example.com
- Staff cell phone: 406-679-1319
Center Lodge Reno District Meeting Sun. June 14, 2020
Public Notice re: Covid precautions for the office
Public Notice of Special Session
Chairman Not Afraid Report re: CARES Act Funds 5/22/2020
Chairman Alvin “AJ” Not Afraid requested a meeting to give a report to the Legislative Branch re: CARES Act Funds.
Although the Branch intended to stream the report live the report was given via zoom. Unfortunately, the Legislative Branch has limited capabilities regarding wifi and technology. We are taking steps to resolve this issue. In the meantime, you may view the report by clicking the links (4 videos in total):
Chairman Report re: CARES Act Funds Video 1 https://youtu.be/RhLqt9fW63Q
Chairman Report re: CARES Act Funds Video 2 https://youtu.be/mAWGuVuAPrE
Chairman Report re: CARES Act Funds Video 3 https://youtu.be/miUrQKX-pbA
Chairman Report re: CARES Act Funds Video 4 https://youtu.be/aeShuyvUESY
Coronavirus Relief Fund Guidance for State Territorial Local and Tribal Governments
Public Notice regarding Office Closure
May 11, 2020-
As a precautionary measure in line with the preventive efforts by the Crow Tribe and Crow Tribal citizens concerning Covid-19, the Legislative Branch will close the office until further notice.
Out of what we hope is an abundance of caution, elected Senators that may have possibly been exposed to Covid-19 will self-quarantine for the suggested fourteen (14) days.
In addition, the Senators would like to encourage individuals that may have inadvertently been exposed take precautionary measures as suggested by the CDC such as self-quarantine and social distancing.
We ask that all tribal citizens take extra care with washing hands and practicing good hygiene. Please be especially mindful of elders, young children and other individuals who may be vulnerable to this disease.
If you have any questions regarding Legislative business feel free to visit our website at www.ctlb.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.