Sault Tribe Board meets Jan. 3 in Sault Ste. Marie.

SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. —The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians Board of Directors will hold a regular meeting beginning 5 p.m. on Jan. 3 at the Sault Kewadin Casino Whitefish Point Room, in person or via Zoom,

“Matters Raised by the Membership” will be held at 5 p.m. in person or by virtual attendance. The link is available Sault Tribe website under membership assistance for the meeting link and Membership Form that must be completed. The deadline to submit a form is 1 p.m. on meeting day. The link is

Those who have already registered for Zoom meetings need not register again.

Resolutions to be considered: Enterprise Capital Outlays; Child Care Stabilization Grant; Sanitation BE-22-M79; Sanitation BE-22-M84; ACFS Transitional Housing; Health Center Sault Administration; Health Center Covid Maintenance & Improvements; Health Center Covid Testing Related Activities; Health Division Health and Wellness Indian Country; Health Division Maintenance, Improvements, Cap. Outlays; Health Center PRC Covid; Health Division SAMHSA STOPR; Health Division Special Diabetes; Grid Resilience; Board of Directors Head Start Advisory Committee; Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations; HUD Indian Housing Block Grant Program Application; HUD Indian Housing Block Grant Program Unit 2; Transportation Program: Transportation Improvement Plan; Approving Contract: Traci Swan; Approving Contract Amendment Khoury Johnson Leavitt; Approving Contract Amendment Sonosky Chambers; Amending Appeal Policies; Amending/Approving Drug Free Workplace Policy; Amending Company Vehicle Policies; Clarifying 401(K) Employer Contributions; Rescinding; Resolutions 2021-280 and 2022-84 / ARPA; and Possession & Return of Public Records, Tribal Records, & Docs.

Under New Business, the Board will consider Committee Appointments, Commercial Fishing License Transfer Albert LeBlance to Duke White, Membership Liaison & Chair Exec. Assistant Supervision, Northern Hospitality, Disparagement of Aaron Payment in Sorenson Social Media, and Board Concerns.