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2019 Tribal Elections Results

(only valid ballots counted)

 

These terms will run 3 years until June 2022

Tribal Council (6 seats)

354 votes cast out of 406 registered voters

1) Dave Barnett - 189   11.14 %

2) Don Walkinshaw Sr. - 186   10.96%

3) Celine Cloquet - 178   10.49%

4) Tim Van Mechelen - 168   9.9%

5) Jerry lyall - 168   9.9%

6) Cassandra Sellards Reck - 147   8.66%

Tom Childs - 144 -  8.49%

Joseph Monohon - 121   7.13%

Carolee Morris - 111    6.54%

Dennis Doucette - 106   6.25%

Aaron Workman - 101  5.95%

Dustin Griggs - 78   4.6%

 

Constitutional Amendments Required for Mail-in Voting

237 votes cast - Ammendment failed by 3 votes - 158 Required to pass

Yes- 155- 65.4%

No - 82 - 34.6%

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Announcements

  • The Cowlitz Indian Tribe’s Natural Resources Department is soliciting bids to construct the Cispus-Yellowjacket Phases 1-2 project

    Sealed bids are due at 2:00 p.m. June 10, 2020

    The site is located on public land south of Randle, WA, and may be visited at will by prospective bidders. The anticipated work window for this project is July 15-September 15. Considering the late date of this solicitation and ongoing uncertainty related to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Tribe will strongly consider a time extension based on satisfactory progress during summer 2020.

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  • VIDEO PSA
    William Iyall, Chairman and COO

    PSA to Members of the
    Cowlitz Indian Tribe 

    Friday, May 29th, 2020

    Cowlitz Tribal Chairman Bill Iyall sat down this week to speak about the hard work the tribe is doing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Thursday, May 28th @ Noon

    The health and safety of ilani team members and guests remains a top priority.

    As the coronavirus pandemic has progressed, the Cowlitz Tribe has monitored activity and the latest guidance from the CDC and state health authorities to develop a reopening plan that would meet safety recommendations without significantly distracting from the guest experience.

    Guests and staff can expect the following social distancing and other measures at ilani.

    Click here for more information

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