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Public Meeting Notice and Agenda – May 3, 2024

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION
Office Phone (916) 373-3710
Email: [email protected]

Location:
Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa Rancho Mirage
32-250 Bob Hope Drive
Room: Cahuilla
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

Friday, May 3, 2024
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Notices, Agendas, and supporting documents for Native American Heritage Commission Meetings and Public Hearings will be provided at the event and may also be accessed at http://www.nahc.ca.gov or by written request to [email protected]. Confidential materials exempt.

Live video streaming and archived video of this Commission Meeting may be accessed at https://videobookcase.org/nahc/2024-05-03.

Agenda items may be taken out of order.

AGENDA

10:00 AM — CALL TO ORDER

  1. Welcome
  2. Roll Call
  3. Introduction of Commissioners and Staff
  4. Host Tribe Welcome, Chairman Reid Milanovich, Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
  5. Traditional Opening

ACTION

1. Approval of Meeting Minutes, (Chairman Pagaling)

  1. January 19, 2024, Open Session
  2. March 22, 2024, Open Session
  3. March 22, 2024, Closed Session

2. July 19, 2024, NAHC Public Meeting Schedule and Location Changes, (Raymond Hitchcock, Executive Secretary)

  1. Commissioners to Consider Alternative Meeting Date
  2. Commissioners to Consider Alternative Meeting Location

3. CalNAGPRA CSU Systemwide/Campus Repatriation and Oversight Committee Updates and Nominations, (Mario Pallari, NAHC Staff Attorney)

  1. CSU CalNAGPRA NAHC Updates (Mario Pallari, NAHC Staff Attorney)
  2. CSU CalNAGPRA Chancellor’s Office Updates regarding AB 389 Compliance, including Systemwide Policy Development (Nathan Dietrich, Assistant Vice-Chancellor, Advocacy and State Relations, Office of the Chancellor, California State University)
    CSU Sacramento
  3. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Steven Hutchason, Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Sacramento
  4. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Rose Soza War Soldier, CSU Native American Studies Member, CSU Sacramento
  5. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Jacob Fisher, CSU Member, CSU Sacramento
    CSU San Diego
  6. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Bernice Paipa, Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU San Diego
  7. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Cheryl Madrigal, Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU San Diego
  8. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Myra Masiel Zamora, Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU San Diego
    CSU Bakersfield
  9. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Floyd Franco Jr., Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Bakersfield
  10. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Claudia Catota, CSU Member, CSU Bakersfield
  11. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Elizabeth Adams, CSU Member, CSU Bakersfield
    CSU Fresno
  12. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Joel Marvin, Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Fresno
    CSU Fullerton
  13. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Sam Dunlap, Non-Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Fullerton
  14. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Adam Loya, Non-Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Fullerton
  15. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Steven R. James, CSU Member, CSU Fullerton
  16. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Brenda Bowser, CSU Member, CSU Fullerton
    CSU Los Angeles
  17. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Edgar Perez, Non-Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Los Angeles
    CSU Long Beach
  18. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Roman Dominguez, Non-Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Long Beach
  19. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Valkyrie Houston, Non-Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Long Beach
  20. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Kelly Leah Stewart, CSU Native American Studies Member, CSU Long Beach
    CSU Pomona
  21. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Dee Dee Manzanares, Non-Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Pomona
  22. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of John Cody Blunt, Non-Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Pomona
  23. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Sandy Kewanhaptewa-Dixon, CSU Native American Studies Member, CSU Pomona
  24. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Claudia Garcia-Des Lauriers, CSU Member, CSU Pomona
    CSU San Francisco
  25. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Laverne Bill, Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU San Francisco
    CSU Sonoma
  26. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Lorelle Ross, Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Sonoma
  27. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Paul Steward, Federally Recognized Tribal Member, CSU Sonoma
  28. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Silvia Soto, CSU Native American Studies Member, CSU Sonoma
  29. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Doshia Dodd, CSU Member, CSU Sonoma
    CSU Chico
  30. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Amber Noel-Camacho, CSU Member, CSU Chico
  31. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Cole Morales, CSU Member, CSU Chico
  32. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Dawn Rewolinski, CSU Member, CSU Chico
  33. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Ryan Pattan, CSU Member, CSU Chico
  34. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Stefani Baldivia, CSU Member, CSU Chico
  35. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Deserea Langley, CSU Native American Studies Member, CSU Chico
    CSU Northridge
  36. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Jeffrey Reeder, CSU Native American Studies Member, CSU Northridge
    CSU San Jose
  37. Commissioners to consider the Nomination of Kerri J. Malloy, CSU Native American Studies Member, CSU San Jose

CLOSED SESSION

4. Pending litigation: City of Corona v. Native American Heritage Commission, Superior Court of Riverside County, Case No. CV-RI-24-00445 (Government Code, § 11126(e)(1), (2)(A)

INFORMATIONAL

5. Draft Contact List Regulations Update, (Michelle Carr, Chief Legal) [Contact List and Mediation Regulations Updates]

6. Draft CalNAGPRA Dispute Resolution Mediation Regulations Update, (Michelle Carr, Chief Legal)

7. Executive Secretary Report, (Raymond Hitchcock, Executive Secretary)

8. CalNAGPRA UC Systemwide/Campus Repatriation and Oversight Committee Update, (Mario Pallari, NAHC Staff Attorney)

9. Digital Atlas, 6-Month Commission Update, (Raymond Hitchcock, Executive Secretary)

10. Draft 2024-2029 Strategic Plan Update, (Raymond Hitchcock, Executive Secretary)

11. Commissioner Reports

PUBLIC COMMENT – Public comment will be limited to 3 minutes for each speaker, unless otherwise determined by the Commission.

Please email any public comments to [email protected] by 4:00PM Tuesday, April 30, 2024. Comments received after this time will not be accepted. All submissions should include “Public Comment” in the subject line, your name, who you represent, and the subject you wish to address. Written comments will be acknowledged and read into the record.

The public may comment on any item on the agenda before action is taken on the item.

4:00 PM — ADJOURNMENT – At the end of Public Comment or 4:00 PM, whichever is first.

* Any person who has a disability and requires accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact the Native American Heritage Commission at (916) 373-3710 or via email at [email protected] no later than five days prior to the meeting. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC