NAVAJO NATION DIVISION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND
APACHE COUNTY 2014 “PARTNERSHIP TO RURAL ADDRESSING SUMMIT” will be hosted at the Student Union Ballroom, Dine College, Tsaile, Arizona April 30, 2014
The Summit is to provide information to the Navajo Nation Chapters, Navajo Government leadership, the surrounding counties, and the general public about the current status and progress of the Navajo Nation Rural Addressing initiatives.
For Summit Registration/Information: Contact your nearby LGSC Agency Offices:
Chinle Agency LGSC: Phyllis Begay (928) 674-2250 or email@example.com
Eastern Navajo Agency LGSC: Olivia Anderson (505) 786-2090 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Northern Agency LGSC: Elizabeth Washburn (505) 368-1023 or email@example.com
Fort Defiance Agency LGSC: Cynthia Joe (505) 371-8465 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Western Navajo Agency LGSC: Wendi Page (928) 283-3340 or email@example.com
To Register online clilck on the following link:
2014 Tribal NPS Workshop - Registration is Now Open!
Dates: March 4 - 6, 2014
Location: Hyatt Regency Tamaya, Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico
This workshop is free of charge and open to all tribes and tribal employees.
Topics will include subjects of interest to tribes of all program levels from new to established. Contact the Tamaya at 1-505-867-1234 or click this URL to register online:
Division of Community Development to host Summit on the Local Government Support Centers (LGSC) Decentralization plan at the Chinle High School Gymnasium, in Chinle AZ on Thursday, January 16, 2014. Click on the following link to view more: Press release
The 2014 Mobile Veterinary Unit is requesting for resolutions from chapter communities for spay and neuter services to be delivered to the pets within the community. The iniative is to decrease the roaming dog population. It has been proven that the roaming dogs have the capacity to transport ticks to different areas. During our 2012, testing of reservation dogs proved that the bacteria that causes Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever has been found within our agency dog populations. Attached is our final report from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention on our Epi-Aid study conducted with the CDC.
Please see the following sample resolution for your chapter: