Char-Koosta News (Pablo, Mont.) 1985-current, June 27, 1985, Image 25

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PAIUTE, from page six bution has other rules attached to it, such as the July 15 deadline. For complete details about those and other four enrollment rules, please write to: Chairman, Walker River Paiute Tribe; Attention: Tribal Enrollment; Box220; Schury, NV89427 (702/773-2306). We also have that information here at The Char-Koosta. Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes' HEAD START offers preschool children: nutritional meals health & social services speech & hearing evaluations individualized teaching well-equipped classrooms special services for the handicapped and much more! Don't forget to PRE-REGISTER you child for the Fall Program. Your child must be 4 by September 10th, or if your child has a professionally diagnosed special need, he or she may enroll younger than 4. Call or visit the Head Start Office in St. Ignatius - 745-4509. --------------->C - x ->t i f x r I I If you’d rather not cut up your paper, you can make a photocopy of the questionnaire and fill that out, or I stop by our offices in Pablo for a copy. BLUE BAY RESORT QUESTIONARE This questionaire is for soliciting OPINIONS from the Tribal membership to ASSIST the Blue Bay Committee and the Tribal Council to determine the long-term use of the 27.4 acres of lakeshore property with structures known as the Blue Bay Resort, upon completion of the current seasonal contract We would appreciate each and everyone who has QUESTIONS:___________________________________ 1. DO YOU THINK THE TRIBES SHOULD RETAIN THE BLUE BAY RESORT PROPERTY FOR EXCLUSIVE TRIBAL MEMBER USE - WHICH MEANS NO OTHER USE EXCEPT FOR CAMPING, PICNICKING, AND BOATING BY TRIBAL MEMBERS ONLY? □ YES DNO COMMENTS: _________________________________ __ 2. SHOULD THE TRIBES PURSUE THE ESTABUSHMENT OF A FULL­ BLOWN RESORT COMPLEX SUCH AS THE HILTON SHERATON, OR OTHER RESORT POTENTIAL, ETC., WITH POTENTIAL YEAR-ROUND USE AND OPPORTUNITY FOR REVENUE AND TRIBAL MEMBER EMPLOYMENT? (THIS WOULD HAVE TO INCLUDE PARTIAL DESIGNATION OF THE BEACH FOR TRIBAL MEMBER ACCESS.) □ YES □ NO COMMENTS: _____________________________ _ _________ an opinion to please respond by August 15, 1985. We have had both pro and con opinions concern­ ing the ideas below, but these were of a very limited nature In short, if you have an opinion, please express it here If you don’t, then it’s your prerogative to not become involved. 3. SHOULD THE PROPERTY BE DIVIDED IN HALE - HALF FOR COMMER­ CIAL USE, AND HALF FOR TRIBAL USE? □ YES □ NO 4. SHOULD THE TRIBES TAKE FUU. MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OVER BLUE BAY BY HIRING A MANAGER TO OPERATE THE RESORT ON A SEASONAL BASIS? □ YES □ NO COMMENTS: ________ ______________________________ _ Please send the completed questionaires (with additional comments on an extra sheet of paper, if necessary) to: Brad Trosper, Tribal Realty, Box 278, Pablo, MT 59855, before AUGUST 15, 1985. Jim Steele Blue Bay Committee June 27, 1985 CSKTs Char-Koosta News, Pablo, MT Page 25

Char-Koosta News (Pablo, Mont.), 27 June 1985, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.