Wednesday, July 6, 2022
98.3 F
Pawhuska
HomeGovernmentON Congress to consider board and commission appointees during Tzi-Zho Session

ON Congress to consider board and commission appointees during Tzi-Zho Session

By

Osage News

The Fourth Osage Nation Congress will consider several individuals for confirmation to several vacancies on the Nation’s boards and commissions during the 2015 Tzi-Zho Session.

In accordance with the ON Constitution, Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear appointed the individuals to the respective boards/ commissions, which are then subject to consideration and confirmation by the 12-member Congress.

Those board/ commission appointees being considered thus far are:

  • Jeanine Logan and Justin Mays for the Gaming Enterprise Board. Last year, Standing Bear appointed Logan, a former ON Supreme Court Associate Justice, to the Gaming Commission, but she was later appointed to the gaming board when a vacancy opened.
  • Larraine Wilcox, appointee for the Gaming Commission.

 

During the spring Hun-Kah Session, the Congress passed a resolution to create a new LLC named “Tallgrass Economic Development, LLC.” Standing Bear is appointing current members of the Osage Limited Liability Company Board of Directors to serve on the new LLC, which are: Tim Tall Chief, Jim Parris, David Stewart, Raymond Hankins and Phillip Morrow.

The Congressional Commerce and Economic Development Committee initially considered the appointees on Sept. 9 and they will face a Congressional vote for confirmation at a later date during the Tzi-Zho Session.


Original Publish Date: 2015-09-10 00:00:00

close

Get the Osage News by email!

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

Osage News Staffhttps://osagenews.org
As an independent news organization, we strive to report news and information with fairness and balance. While being the official news organization of the Osage Nation, we base our news judgements on our loyalties to our readers and Osage citizens, and we are not directly beholden to the Executive, Legislative, or Judicial branches of the Osage Nation.
RELATED ARTICLES

In Case You Missed it...