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member new lease for Stensland Land and Livestock (JD Stensland).

The board voted to start the process, discussion and set up meetings with the communities on the idea of adjusting the blood quantum in order for future tribal members have a tribe and a place to call home.

Under Health and Human Services, the board approved FY2024 LFPA funding application and budget as shown below from the period June 1, 2024, through May 30, 2026: meat buffalo/beef, $180,000; produce, $94,500; and small purchase (dairy, etc): $20,000.

The board agreed to remove Bryce Kirk from the CDC ATSDR Committee and have DES coordinator Jeff Berger on that committee as a representative for the Fort Peck Tribes.

They also approved Adrienne Weinberger to the position of prosecutor for a second 30-day appointment.

The board voted to complete the meat processing plant project in the amount of $1.3 million.

Jasey Brown was approved fro promotion into the HPDP billing manager position.

Under Veterans, Elders, Youth and Media, the board approved a donation of $500 and a star blanket to the family of James Iron Bear Sr. in honor of all the years of work for the Fort Peck Tribes.

The board voted for OEP to go after a $200,000 grant from GRID Alternatives. Peyton Summers will be recognized with a star quilt for his State B Cross Country win.

The Fort Peck Tribal Executive Board is the duly elected body representing the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of the Fort Peck Reservation and is empowered to act on behalf of the Tribes. All actions shall be adherent to provisions set forth in the 1960 Constitution and By-Laws.

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