Char-Koosta News (Pablo, Mont.) 1985-current, February 03, 1988, Image 6

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MYSTERY PHOTO ANSWER; The triplets are Marlene, Archie (the “eldest”), and Marie Carpentier, pictured below in a recent snap­ shot. Holding the babies in the photo back on the . .People” page are (L to R) Wausee Bourdon, (un­ known), Rose Assiniboine and mom Irene “Nonie” Quequesah. Postscript: Besides being a fun, different story, this little feature is a birthday present from brother Wes Carpentier, in honor of his siblings’ 35th birthday on Feb. 9. PROPERTY FOR SALE Metal (40x48) Quonset hut to be moved from the Turtle Lake area, $8,000.00. For further information contact Gene Morigeau, Tribal Credit Office, 675- 2700, ext. 483. Request for Services (Indian Preference) — Architects/Engineer The Salish and Kootenai Housing Authority is requesting proposals for professional services for construction of H.U.D. Project MT13-31. This project consists of a number of conven­ tional units to be built on the Flathead Indian Reservation. The Architect/Engineer must be familiar with H.U.D. requirements and contracting processes. All proposals must be received by 3:00 p.m. MDT on the 13th day of February 1988, at the Salish and Kootenai Housing Authority office in Pablo, MT. Proposal should include professional experience as well as number of previous H.U.D.-related jobs, location of profes­ sional services to be provided and Indian-preference qualifica­ tions, if any. SELECTION CRITERIA: (1) Indian-preference; (2) location (proximity to Housing Authority); (3) previous experience with Housing Authority; (4) previous H.U.D. experience (familiar with H.U.D. policies, payment limits and cost containment); (5) overall experience; (6) adequacy of staff; (7) normal character of past experience; (8) recent typical commissions; and (9) file of approved previous plans. Salish and Kootenai Housing Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal, waive any informality or irregu­ larities in the selection process and re-advertise if an inade­ quate number of interested professionals apply. For further information, contact Robert Gauthier, Executive Director, Salish and Kootenai Housing Authority, P.O. Box 38, Pablo, MT 59855 or call (406) 675-4491. MINUTES , conclude Larry Anderson, representing the Mission Valley Snowmobile Club, presented to Council a request to use a snow packer on the Boulder and Jocko snowmobile trails. The issue of liabilitiy due to a maintained trail was brought up and it was requested that the legal department review the liability aspects of the proposal to be brought back to Council on Friday, January 8, 1988. Shane Hendrickson questioned Council on non-members hauling from the Post Yard. He has a contract with the Post Yard to haul, but had been informed there was nothing to be hauled and later found out a non-member was hauling material from there. The Executive Secretary is to look into this issue. Rio Liberty questioned Council on the new regulations in method of harvest of lodgepole, which show regulations that Council had previously removed. Robert McCrea informed Rio he would look into the issue on Monday. Further comments were made on enrollment issues; housing; and the Treatment Center to be developed at Blue Bay. The Char- Koosta newspaper was brought up and the members requested Council to consider changing it back to be the people’s paper and not be censored. Chairman Pablo thanked everyone from coming to the meeting and insured that the issues brought before Council today would be looked into. Meeting adjourned 2:15, until Tuesday, January 5, 1988, beginning at 9:00. | | February 3, 1988 - CSKTs Char-Koosta News, Pablo, MT -- PAGE 11

Char-Koosta News (Pablo, Mont.), 03 Feb. 1988, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn87001367/1988-02-03/ed-1/seq-6/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.