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PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA – January 21, 2022


PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: [email protected]


Friday, January 21, 2022

10:00 am to 4:00 pm


Agenda items may be taken out of order.

Notices and agendas for Native American Heritage Commission meetings and public hearings may be found at http://www.nahc.ca.gov.

Commissioners will participate remotely. The public may participate and provide public comment during the public comment periods by telephone or zoom, and otherwise observe remotely in accordance with Bagley-Keene Open Meetings Act
 per Executive Order No. 25-20:

“All requirements in both the Bagley-Keene Act and the Brown Act expressly or impliedly requiring the physical presence of members, the clerk or other personnel of the body, or of the public as a condition of participation in or quorum for a public meeting are hereby waived. In particular, (i) any otherwise-applicable requirements that state and local bodies notice each teleconference location from which a member will be participating in a public meeting.”

Live audio streaming and archived audio of this Commission meeting may be heard at http://www.cal-span.org
 Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://ca-water-gov.zoom.us/j/83113428194

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Conference code: 596019
AGENDA
 
10:00 am CALL TO ORDER – NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION
  1.Welcome
  2.Roll Call
  3.Introduction of Commissioners, Staff, and Attorney General’s Representative
  4.Traditional Opening
  INFORMATIONAL
  1. Bagley Keene Open Meeting Act, John Appelbaum, Deputy Attorney General
  2. Political Reform Act, John Appelbaum, Deputy Attorney General
  3. Status Update: MLD Regulations, John Appelbaum, Deputy Attorney General and Laura Miranda, Chairperson
  4. Status Update: California Tribal Contact List Regulations, Justin Freeborn, Enforcement Attorney
  5. Status Update: CalNAGPRA Implementation, John Appelbaum, Deputy Attorney General and Vanessa Racehorse, CalNAGPRA Attorney
  6. Update on the Tribal Justice Project, UC Davis, Christine Williams
  7. Commissioner Reports
12:00 pmLUNCH BREAK
12:30 pmCLOSED SESSION – Commissioners, Staff, and Attorney General’s Representative Only
  1.Pending Litigation

(Government Code sections 11126(e)(1), (e)(2)(A), (e)(2)(C)(i))
   a.Juaneno Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation – Belardes and California Cultural Resources Preservation Alliance, Inc. v. California State University; case number: 19STCP04339– Matter involving Puvungna sacred site located on California State University, Long Beach property.
1:00 pm ACTION
  1. Approval of Minutes
   a.July 30, 2021
   b.July 30, 2021 – Closed Session
  2.
Puvungna Investigation Tribal Request, Justin Freeborn, Enforcement Attorney
Motion and Vote
  3.
San Jose State University Mishandling of Ca Indian Human Remains, Vanessa Racehorse, CalNAGPRA Attorney
  4.
Consider Nominations to UC NAGPRA Committees, Vanessa Racehorse, CalNAGPRA Attorney
Motion and Vote
Motion and Vote
  5.
UC NAGPRA Committees Short-Term Substitution and Member Replacement Process, Vanessa Racehorse, CalNAGPRA Attorney
Motion and Vote
  6.
CalNAGPRA Mediation Regulations, Vanessa Racehorse, CalNAGPRA Attorney
Motion and Vote
Motion and Vote
  7. Subcommittee Vacancies          Motion and Vote
   a.Contact List regulations subcommittee - One vacancy
   b.MLD regulations subcommittee - One vacancy
   c.UC Nominations subcommittee - One vacancy
   d.CalNAGPRA regulations subcommittee – One vacancy
   e.NAHC Operational regulations: Two vacancies
   f.UC NAGPRA Policy Subcommittee – One vacancy
  8.
Election for the NAHC Secretary Position
Motion and Vote
   PUBLIC COMMENT – Public comment will be limited to 5 minutes for each speaker, unless otherwise determined by the Commission.
Please email your public comments to [email protected] by 4:00PM Thursday, November 4, 2021. All submissions should include “Public Comment” in the subject line, your name, who you represent, and the subject you wish to address.

The public may comment on any item on the agenda before action is taken on the item.
4:00 pmADJOURNMENT – At the end of Public Comment or 4:00 PM, whichever is first.
*The Native American Heritage Commission complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need additional information or assistance, please contact the Commission at (916) 373-3710 or via email at [email protected]. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC