PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA – January 20, 2023

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc.ca.gov

 Location: Santa Ynez Chumash Casino Resort

Willows Steakhouse Private Dining Room

3400 HWY 246

Santa Ynez, CA 93460

(805) 303-7521

Friday, January 20, 2023,

9:00 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.

All meeting materials will be provided at the meeting, NAHC Website – http://www.nahc.ca.gov or written request to nahc@nahc.ca.gov.

Confidential materials are exempt.

Live audio streaming and archived audio of this Commission Meeting may be heard at https://videobookcase.org/nahc/2023-01-20/

AGENDA

9:00 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

ACTION

  1. Approval of Meeting Minutes
    a. July 15, 2022, Open Session
    b. October 21, 2022, Open Session
    c. October 21, 2022, Closed Session
    d. December 09, 2022, Special Meeting
  1. Contact List Draft Regulations
    a. Update and Timeline
    b. Review current process for how Staff manages and adds to the Contact List.
    c. Discuss and consider potential modifications to the process in (b) above.
    d. Discuss and consider a Tribal Consultation Period on any modifications.
  1. NAHC Draft MLD Process Regulations
    a. Update and Timeline
    b. Review current Procedures for how Staff makes MLD Determinations.
    c. Discuss and consider potential modifications to the MLD Designation Process.
    d. Discuss and consider a Tribal Consultation Period on any modifications to the MLD Determination Process.
  1. City of Corona WLF Lift Station No. 3, (Raymond C Hitchcock, Executive Secretary)
    a. Updates and potential action on previous NAHC directives and recommendations
  1. CalNAGPRA Implementation and Oversight Committees, (Mario Pallari, NAHC Attorney)
    a. Commissioners to consider UC NAGPRA Committee Recruitment Process Plan
    b. UC NAGPRA Committee Substitution Process Update
    c. UC NAGPRA Committee Vacancies Update

INFORMATIONAL

  1. AB 2022 Offensive & Derogatory Names, California Advisory Committee on Geographic Names, (Raymond C. Hitchcock, Executive Secretary)
    a. Update and Information
    b. 60-day Tribal Consultation Period
    c. NAHC request for Tribal Contact Updates
  2.  Executive Secretary Report, (Raymond C. Hitchcock, Executive Secretary)
  3. 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov by 4:00PM Thursday, January 19, 2023, to be read into the record.  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 pm                 ADJOURNMENT – 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA – January 19, 2023

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc.ca.gov

Location: Santa Ynez Chumash Casino Resort

Willows Steakhouse Private Dining Room

3400 HWY 246

Santa Ynez, CA 93460

(805) 303-7521

Thursday, January 19, 2023,

1:00 pm 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.

All meeting materials will be provided at the meeting, NAHC Website – http://www.nahc.ca.gov or written request to nahc@nahc.ca.gov.

Confidential materials are exempt.

Archived audio of this Commission Meeting may be heard at https://videobookcase.org/.

AGENDA

 

1:00 pm                 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. NAHC 5-Year Strategic Plan 2018-2022
    1. Update on 2018-2022 Strategic Plan Goals and Objectives
    2. Executive Secretary’s Immediate Short-Term Goals and Objectives

 

Action

  1. Strategic Plan Modification
    1. Consider Commissioners Goals and Objectives for the current Fiscal Year and upcoming 2023-2027, 5-Year Strategic Plan, for internal operations and cultural resource priorities.
    2. Provide direction to staff for drafting a new 5-Year Strategic Plan.

 

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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov by 4:00 pm Wednesday, January 18, 2023, to be read into the record.  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 pm                 ADJOURNMENT – 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA – October 21 , 2022

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc.ca.gov

Location: Norco College

2001 Third Street

Norco, CA 92860-2600

Brenda and William Davis Center for Student Success –  CSS 217

norco map 0921 (norcocollege.edu)

Friday, October 21, 2022,

9:00 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.

All meeting materials will be provided at the meeting, NAHC Website – http://www.nahc.ca.gov or written request to nahc@nahc.ca.gov.

Confidential materials are exempt.

Live audio streaming and archived audio of this Commission Meeting may be heard at https://videobookcase.org/nahc/2022-10-21

AGENDA

9:00 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

CLOSED 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))

    • City of Corona WLF Lift Station No.3, Matter involving MLD Designation

 

INFORMATIONAL

  1. Commission Review of Staff MLD Determination Process for City of Corona WLF Lift Station No. 3.

ACTION

  1. Approval of Meeting Minutes,
    • July 15, 2022, Open Session
  2. Appointment of “Contact List” Sub-Committee Member to replace recently Retired Commissioner, Russell “Buster” Attebery, (Laura Miranda, Chairwoman)

11:30 am– 12:30 pm        LUNCH BREAK

  1. UC Repatriation Committees Nominations – (UC Nominations Subcommittee, Reggie Pagaling and Stanley Rodriguez, Raymond C. Hitchcock, Executive Secretary, Mario Pallari, NAHC Attorney)

INFORMATIONAL – CONTINUED

  1. “See Above”
  2. NAHC Trailer Bill Language, Contact List & Most Likely Descendent List APA Exemptions, Bagley-Keene Exemptions for Commission Meetings regarding Contact List & Most Likely Descendent, Update/ Commission to consider recommending NAHC Staff to coordinate with the Administration to pursue legislative fixes similar to last legislative session’s NAHC Trailer Bill in the upcoming session, Info#2_NAHC Steamlining Leg Changes Info#2_NAHC Proposed Budget Trailer Bill Lang Info#2_Entire Budget Trailer Bill (Raymond C Hitchcock, Executive Secretary, Justin Freeborn, NAHC Attorney)
  3. Draft Contact List Regulations, 60-Day Tribal Consultation, APA Process Update, Info#3_Contact List APA Timeline (Raymond C Hitchcock, Executive Secretary, Justin Freeborn, NAHC Attorney)
  4. CalNAGPRA Draft Dispute Resolution / Mediation Process Regulations, Update, Info#4_Updated Timeline CalNAGPRA Mediation Regs (Justin Freeborn, NAHC Attorney, Mario Pallari, NAHC Attorney, John Appelbaum, Deputy Attorney General, Department of Justice)
  5. NAHC Four Year Strategic Plan – 2023-2027, (Laura Miranda, Chairperson, Raymond C. Hitchcock, Executive Secretary)
  6. Executive Secretary Report, (Raymond C. Hitchcock, Executive Secretary)
  7. 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov by 4:00PM Thursday, October 20, 2022, to be read into the record.  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 pm                 ADJOURNMENT – 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA – June 24, 2021

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc.ca.gov

Thursday, June 24, 2021

9:00 am to 10:30 am

Remote Virtual Meeting (See Instructions Below)

Notices and agendas for Native American Heritage Commission meetings and public hearings may be found at http://www.nahc.ca.gov. Agenda items may be taken out of order.

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/84919981757

Or Telephone:

Dial:

USA 214 765 0479 US Toll

USA 888 278 0296 US Toll-free

Conference code: 596019

AGENDA

 

9:00 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

ACTION

  1. UC Repatriation Committee Nominations – Commissioners Pagaling and Lopez-Keifer

(Pursuant to Cal. H&S §8026, approval of Nominations to the University of California Systemwide and Campus NAGPRA Repatriation and Implementation Committees.)

The following individuals have been recommended by the NAHC Subcommittee to be duly nominated and selected to serve in the following capacity:

Systemwide NAGPRA Implementation and Oversight Committee

(UC/Tribal Affiliation in parenthesis)

UC – Robin DeLugan (UC Merced)

UC – Patrick Naranjo (UC Berkeley)

UC – Sarah Biscarra Dilley (UC Davis)

UC – Alejandra Dubcovsky (UC Riverside)

Tribal – Isaac Bojorquez (Kakoon Ta Ruk Ohlone ) (NFR)

Tribal – Laura Miranda (Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians) (FR)

Tribal – Buffy McQuillen (Round Valley Tribes) (FR)

Tribal – Johnny Hernandez, Jr. (San Manuel Band of Mission Indians) (FR)

 

NAGPRA Implementation Campus Committees:

(UC/Tribal Affiliation in parenthesis)

UC Berkeley Campus Committee

UC – Amy Lonetree (UC Santa Cruz)

UC – Phenocia Bauerle (UC Berkeley)

UC – Sabrina Agarwal (UC Berkeley)

Tribal – Vince Medina (Ohlone Indian Tribe) (NFR)

Tribal – Creed Stedman (United Auburn Indian Community) (FR)

Tribal – Daniel Fonseca (Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians) (FR)

 

UC Davis Campus Committee

UC – Justin Spence (UC Davis)

UC – Christyann Darwent (UC Davis)

UC – Anthony Burris (UC Davis)

Tribal – Tracy Foster-Olstad (Nor Rel Muk Wintu) (NFR)

Tribal – Michelle LaPena (Pit River Tribe) (FR)

Tribal – Leland Kinter (Yoche Dehe) (FR)

 

UC San Diego Campus Committee

UC – Elena Hood (UC San Diego)

UC – Ross Frank (UC San Diego)

UC – Isabel Rivera-Collazo (UC San Diego)

Tribal – Makayla Murillo (San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians) (NFR)

Tribal – Stanley Rodriguez (Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel) (FR)

Tribal – Paul Cuero, Jr. (Campo Kumeyaay Nation) (FR)

 

UC Santa Barbara Campus Committee

UC – Jon Daehnke (UC Santa Cruz)

UC – Stuart Tyson Smith (UC Santa Barbara)

UC – Gregory Johnson (UC Santa Barbara)

Tribal – M. Cristina Gonzales (Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation) (NFR)

Tribal – Nakia Zavalla (Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians) (FR)

Tribal – Ramona Romero Hernandez (Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians) (FR)

 

UC Riverside Campus Committee

UC – Matthew Hall (UC Riverside)

UC – Steven Mandeville-Gamble (UC Riverside)

UC – Douglas Kennett (UC Santa Barbara)

Tribal – Cami Mojado (San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians) (NFR)

Tribal – Eva Trujillo (Mesa Grande Band of Diegueno Mission Indians) (FR)

Tribal – Myra Masiel (Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians) (FR)

 

UC Los Angeles Campus Committee

UC – Angela Riley (UC Los Angeles)

UC – Justin Richland (UC Irvine)

UC – Heather Ponchetti Daly (UC San Diego)

Tribal – Kimberly Morales-Johnson (Gabrieleno/Tongva San Gabriel Band of Mission Indians)(NFR)

Tribal – Kathleen Marshall (Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians) (FR)

Tribal – Charmaine McDarment (Tule River Tribe) (FR)

 INFORMATIONAL

  1. Commissioner Announcements

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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov by 4:00PM Wednesday, June 23, 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.

10:30 AM         ADJOURNMENT – At the end of Public Comment or 10:30 AM 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC

 

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA, April 16, 2021

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc.ca.gov

Friday, April 16, 2021

9:00 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/98869328281

Or Telephone:

Dial:

USA 214 765 0479 US Toll

USA 888 278 0296 US Toll-free

Conference code: 596019

 

AGENDA

 

9:00 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

                        CLOSED 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))

    1. Puvungna (Pending Quorum Requirements are met) – Matter involving the sacred site located on California State University, Long Beach.

ACTION 

  1. Approval of Minutes
    1. January 17, 2020
    2. January 17, 2020 – Closed Session
    3. April 17, 2020
    4. July 31, 2020
    5. July 31, 2020 – Closed Session
    6. August 11, 2020
    7. October 16, 2020
    8. February 24, 2021
    9. February 24, 2021 – Closed Session
  2. Update on UC Campus and Systemwide Repatriation Committees, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  3. Most Likely Descendant Regulations (possible action on make-up and scope of subcommittee), Laura Miranda, Chairperson
  4. Identification and scope of all subcommittees, Laura Miranda, Chairperson
  5. Commissioner and Attorney General conflicts of interest, Chairperson Laura Miranda and Executive Secretary Christina Snider
    • 12:00 pm        LUNCH BREAK
    • 1:00pm           MEETING RECONVENES
  6. CalNAGPRA Mediation Regulations, Merri Lopez-Keifer, Secretary and Reggie Pagaling, Vice Chairperson
  7. Puvungna Investigation Tribal Request, (Pending Quorum Requirements are met), Justin Freeborn, Enforcement Attorney
  8. State Capitol Annex Project, Laura Miranda, Chairperson 

INFORMATIONAL

  1. Executive Secretary Report, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
    1. Commissioner position vacancies
    2. Budget and strategic plan update
  2. Commissioner Reports
  3. UC Repatriation Policy Update, Deputy Attorney General John Appelbaum and Chairperson Laura Miranda

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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov by 4:00PM Thursday, April 15, 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 pm           ADJOURNMENT – 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC

 

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA, February 24, 2021

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc.ca.gov

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

10:00 am to 1:00 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/85020390276

Or Telephone:

Dial:

USA 214 765 0479 US Toll

USA 888 278 0296 US Toll-free

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
  5. Remembering Commissioners Marshall McKay and Joseph Myers 

                        CLOSED 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))

City of San Clemente v. Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency, et al., Superior Court of California, County of Orange – Case No. 30-2017-00934703-CU-PT-CXC (Government Code sections 11126(e)(1), (e)(2)(A))

ACTION

  1. Approval of Minutes
      • January 17, 2020
      • January 17, 2020 – Closed Session
      • April 17, 2020
      • July 31, 2020
      • July 31, 2020 – Closed Session
      • August 11, 2020
      • October 16, 2020
  2. Repatriation, Commission Staff and Attorney General Representative
      • Notice of CalNAGPRA List

     

  3. Puvungna Investigation Request, Justin Freeborn, Enforcement Attorney
  4. Sutter Basin, Justin Freeborn, Enforcement Attorney 

INFORMATIONAL

  1. Most Likely Descendant Regulations, John Appelbaum, Deputy Attorney General
  2. Update on Tioga Inn and NAHC-DOJ Enforcement Collaboration, Justin Freeborn, Enforcement Attorney
  3. Executive Secretary Report, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  4. Commissioner Reports

 

PUBLIC COMMENT – Public comment will be limited to 5 minutes

Please email your public comments to nahc@nahc.ca.gov by 4:00PM Tuesday, February 23, 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.

 

1:00 pm           ADJOURNMENT – At the end of Public Comment or 1:00 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA, August 11, 2020

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc.ca.gov

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

9:00 am to 2:00 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.”

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://zoom.us/j/98668039519

Or Telephone:

Dial:

USA 216 706 7075

USA 8663901828 (US Toll Free)

Conference code: 787909

AGENDA

 

9:00 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

ACTION

  1. NAHC Strategic Plan, Christina, Snider, Executive Secretary
  2. License Plate Campaign, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  3. TCP/Burro Flats Archeological District at Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) Letter of Support State and/or National Register, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  4. Statue Removals on State Properties, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  5. Overview of AB 275, John Appelbaum, Deputy Attorney General
  6. 2020-2021 FY NAHC Commission Meeting Proposed Dates
    • October 16, 2020
    • January 15, 2021
    • April 16, 2021
    • July 16, 2021

 INFORMATIONAL

  1. Executive Secretary Report, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  2. Update on the draft Most Likely Descendant regulations, John Appelbaum, Deputy Attorney General
  3. Commissioner Reports

PUBLIC COMMENT – Public comment will be limited to 5 minutes

Please email your public comments to nahc@nahc.ca.gov by 4:00PM Monday, August 10, 2020. 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.

 

2:00 pm           ADJOURNMENT – At the end of Public Comment or 2:00 PM, whichever is first.

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA, July 31, 2020

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc.ca.gov

Friday, July 31, 2020

10:00 am to 1:00 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.”

Via Zoom webinar. Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://ca-water-gov.zoom.us/j/93101904701

Or

Telephone –

Dial:

USA 214 765 0479

USA 8882780296 (US Toll Free)

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

CLOSED 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))
    • City of San Clemente v. Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency, et al., Superior Court of California, County of Orange – Case No. 30-2017-00934703-CU-PT-CXC (Government Code sections 11126(e)(1), (e)(2)(A))
    • The Reserve Maintenance Corporation v. Foothill Eastern Transportation, et al., Superior Court of California, County of Orange – Case No. 30-2017-00934717-CU-WM-CXC (Government Code sections 11126(e)(1), (e)(2)(A))

CALL TO ORDER – PUBLIC SESSION 

  1. Traditional Opening
  2. Closed Session Report, Laura Miranda, Chairperson, Information item
  3. Approval of Minutes, Laura Miranda, Chairperson, Action Item
    1. October 17, 2019
    2. October 18, 2019
    3. October 18, 2019 – Closed Session
    4. December 3, 2019

 ACTION

  1. Update on the University of California Repatriation Policy, Laura Miranda, Chairperson
  2. NAHC Strategic Plan, Christina, Snider, Executive Secretary
  3. License Plate Campaign, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  4. TCP/Burro Flats Archeological District at Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) Letter of Support for State and/or National Register, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  5. Statue Removals on State Properties, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  6. 2020-2021 FY NAHC Commission Meeting Proposed Dates
    1. October 16, 2020
    2. January 15, 2021
    3. April 16, 2021
    4. July 16, 2021

INFORMATIONAL

  1. Executive Secretary Report, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  2. Update on the draft Most Likely Descendant regulations, John Appelbaum, Deputy Attorney General’s Office
  3. Commissioner Reports

PUBLIC COMMENT – Public comment will be limited to 5 minutes

Please email your public comments to nahc@nahc.ca.gov by 4:00PM Thursday, July 30, 2020. 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.

 

1:00 pm           ADJOURNMENT – At the end of Public Comment or 1:00 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC

Public Notice and Agenda – Friday, April 17, 2020

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc.ca.gov

 

Friday, April 17, 2020

10:00 am

 

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, Staff and Attorney General Representative will participate remotely. The public may participate and provide public comment during the public comment periods by telephone, 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.”

Conference number: 888-557-8511

Access code: 3733710

 

Live audio streaming and archived audio of this Commission meeting may be heard at http://www.cal-span.org

AGENDA

I. PUBLIC SESSION

    1. Welcome
    2. Roll Call
    3. Traditional Opening
    4. Change date of July 17, 2020 Quarterly Meeting – Action Item
    5. Update on the University of California Repatriation Policy Action Item

 

 

II. PUBLIC COMMENT

Members of the public may email their request in advance to nahc@nahc.ca.gov

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

 

III. ADJOURNMENT – At the end of Public Comment or 12:00 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC

 

Public Meeting Notice and Agenda – Friday, January 17, 2020

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc.ca.gov

Location: The Ziggurat Building, Auditorium

707 3rd Street

West Sacramento, CA 95605

(916) 375-4990

Friday, January 17, 2020

10:00 am to 1:00 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.

Live video streaming and archived video of this Commission meeting may be viewed at http://www.cal-span.org

 

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

 

CLOSED 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.   City of San Clemente v. Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency, et al., Superior Court of California, County of Orange – Case No. 30-2017-00934703-CU-PT-CXC (Government Code sections 11126(e)(1), (e)(2)(A))

b.   The Reserve Maintenance Corporation v. Foothill Eastern Transportation, et al., Superior Court of California, County of Orange – Case No. 30-2017-00934717-CU-WM-CXC (Government Code sections 11126(e)(1), (e)(2)(A))

  1. Personnel Issues (Government Code sections 11126(a)(1), (e), and (g)(1))

 

                        CALL TO ORDER – PUBLIC SESSION

  1. Traditional Opening
  2. Closed Session Report, Laura Miranda, Chairperson
  3. Approval of Minutes, Laura Miranda, Chairperson, Action Item

a.   October 17, 2019

b.   October 18, 2019

c.   October 18, 2019 – Closed Session

d.   December 3, 2019

INFORMATIONAL

  1. Executive Secretary Report, Christina Snider, Executive Secretary
  2. Update on the University of California Repatriation Policy, Laura Miranda, Chairperson
  3. Update on the draft Most Likely Descendant regulations, Debbie Treadway, Chief Deputy Executive Secretary

 

PUBLIC COMMENT – Please submit a speaker card.

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

 

1:00 pm           ADJOURNMENT – At the end of Public Comment or 1:00 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov. Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC

 

Special Public Meeting Notice and Agenda, Tuesday, December 3, 2019

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

Office Phone: (916) 373-3710

Email: nahc@nahc@nahc.ca.gov

Location: The Ziggurat Building, Auditorium

707 3rd St.

West Sacramento, CA 95605

 

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

10:00 AM

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

Live video streaming and archived video of this Commission meeting may be viewed at http://www.cal-span.org

 

Pursuant to Government Code section 11123(b)(1), the California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC) will hold a meeting telephonically. Members of the public may participate at The Ziggurat Building in the Auditorium, located at 707 3rd St., West Sacramento, CA 95605, or at any of the following telephonic locations, where the following NAHC Commissioners will be present:

 

Vice Chairperson Reginald Pagaling

Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians

Tribal Administration Building

Conference Room

100 Via Juana Lane

Santa Ynez, C 93460

 

Parliamentarian Russell Attebery

Karuk Tribe Administration

64236 2nd Ave.

Happy Camp, CA 96039

 

Marshall McKay

Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation Tribal Office

18960 Country Road 75A

Brooks, CA 95606

 

 

 

 

Julie Tumamait-Stenslie

Carpinteria Valley Museum of History

956 Maple Ave.

Carpinteria, CA 93013

 

AGENDA

All times after Roll Call are approximate.

10:00 AM            CALL TO ORDER – NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION

  1. Welcome
  2. Traditional Opening
  3. Roll Call
  4. Introduction of Commissioners, Staff, and Attorney General’s Representative

ACTION

  1. Evaluate and Consider the Draft UC Policy on Native American Cultural Affiliation and Repatriation, as Required by AB 2836, Commissioner Laura Miranda, ChairpersonAction Item

 

PUBLIC COMMENT

Any member of the public may make comments during the scheduled Public Comment period.

 

12:00 PM             Adjournment

At the end of Public Comment or 12:00 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 nahc@nahc.ca.gov.

Our website address is: www.nahc.ca.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @CA_NAHC