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"Ironically and in spite of that, the plate is rinsed and framed behind glass.S.” the judge wrote. “These challenges, April 17th at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in McIntosh." the news release said."Key staff worked hard to identify areas where reductions could be made At the discretion of division directors cuts as high as 40 percent were made to program budgets which resulted in 25 layoffs seven transfers and five employees with reduced hours"Some major cuts for next year include $855000 to the tribal police department budget lowering it from $29 million this year to $21 million next yearBryan Byrne who has 18 years of law enforcement experience was one of five tribal police officers laid off because of the budget cuts Three other officers resigned during an emotional staff meeting with tribal Police Chief Mike LaRoque Two of those eight officers have since re-joined the police departmentByrne who has been with the White Earth Police Department for one and half years said the police chief decided who to lay off and the decision was not made on the basis of seniority since seven officers have been hired since he startedByrne said he is a SWAT and explosives instructor has done undercover work knows surveillance is a driving instructor trained-in at least one new tribal police officer and always took pride in doing his job wellHe fears for the effectiveness of the 30-person tribal police department which was down five positions even before the layoffs and resignations"It’s unfortunate for the people of White Earth the police department is falling apart" he saidThe new budget includes a set-aside of $250000 to pay for audits of government programsA set-aside for other government projects has been proposed to include investigations of expenditures related to the Star Lake and Bagley Casino ventures Two additional grant writers will be hired in hopes of bringing more revenue into the general fund and the Tribal Council will engage heavily at the federal and state levels as well as with nonprofits and foundations to secure funding and free-up general fund resourcesConsiderable cuts were made to line items aiming for minimal impact on services to White Earth membersThe third quarter financial report delivered at the Sept 6 Tribal Council meeting showed the tribe had just $15 million in general fund cashTribal Chairman Terry Tibbetts Secretary-Treasurer Alan Roy and council members Umsy Tibbetts Kathy Goodwin and Ray Auginaush were involved in the current budget process and voted 4-0 to approve the new fiscal year general fund budgetThe $204 million budget was approved at a special meeting Sept 24 and supports multiple programs and initiatives—including the elderly nutrition and assistance programs cultural programs and powwows Boys and Girls Clubs in the main tribal communities and public safety among many others"The White Earth Reservation Business Committee continues with a positive outlook for the future of White Earth and its members and is committed to moving forward" the news release saysTribal officials could not be reached or did not respond to messages seeking comment on FridayWhat is being cut and by how muchThe White Earth Tribal Council made some major budget cuts for Fiscal year 2019 Here’s a look at how tribal departments will be affected:The tribal police department budget will be cut by $855000 lowering it from $29 million this year to $21 million next yearThe Elderly Nutrition program will be cut by $577000 nearly in half from $13 million this year to $708000 next fiscal yearThe entire $350000 budgeted this year for the ambulance service was cut to zero next yearThe entire $128000 budget for the Boys and Girls Club in White Earth village was cut as was the entire $103000 budget for the public works road crewThe entire $223000 zoning budget was cut as was the entire $162000 risk management budget and the entire $132000 quality assurance budgetTribal security will also take a $251000 hit and will go from $390000 this year to $138000 next yearConservation took a $116000 hit from $191000 this year to $74000 next yearSome $490000 will be cut from BIA combined services (from $11 million this year to $624000 next year)The Land Department will see a $354000 cut from $948000 this year to $595000 next yearThe Planning Department will see a $320000 cut from $524000 this year to $204000 next yearCommunications will see a $195000 cut from $340000 this year to $145000 next year Constituent services was cut by $62000 or about a sixth of its budgetOther major cuts include $265000 from the water system $248000 from fleet maintenance and replacement $211000 from tribal courts $122000 from the cultural program and $119000 from the wild rice programBut it’s not all cut cut cut — the budget anticipates a big jump in casino revenues — to $103 million next fiscal year from $75 million budgeted for this year and some budget areas will see increasesThe tribe has budgeted $235 million for capital improvements and projects next year up nearly $1 million from this yearThe tribe also plans to spend $770000 next year on a line item called "interest/building payment" That line item is at zero this yearThere is an extra $95000 in the budget for powwow expenses and another $70000 for water system construction for a total of $272000 up from $203000 this yearThe tribe will spend an extra $50000 on property taxes with payments budgeted to go from $104000 to $154000The tribal council budgeted an additional $27000 (for a total of $282000) for boys and girls club administration next year and an extra $26000 for Drug Court (up from $144000 this year) Also an extra $25000 for enrollmentsThere’s $80000 in the budget to hire a wild rice manager a position that is not in this year’s budgetThe tribe also expects to spend about $4000 more on drug testingThe Tribal Council’s budget will essentially double to $15 million although all five of the council positions themselves will take cuts:Chairman Terry Tibbetts will go from $177000 to $161000Secretary-Treasurer Alan Roy’s position will go from $190000 to $146000District 1 Committeeman Ray Auginaush’s position will go from $164000 to $127000District 2 Committeeman Kathy Goodwin will go from $166000 to $158000District 3 Committeeman Umsy Tibbetts will go from $153000 to $141000Britain could be about to be plunged headfirst into winter and some places might even see a White Halloween according to forecasters Yes thats right if you havent already youll be needing your big coat over the next few weeks It seems as if it was only yesterday that we were enjoying unseasonably warm weather after what was an unusually warm summer It was bliss but now normal service is resumed Im afraid In Northern Britain – where else – temperatures could even plummet to as low as -5 degrees Celsius Thats cold even for Scotland in winterCredit: PA This is because cold air from the Arctic is about to blow its way down from the north intent on chilling the bollocks off everyone who gets in the way Thats going to make things a lot colder and introduce the possibility of snow for the first time since the end of summer Whilst the freezing air will probably be obvious to everyone the snow will likely only be a big deal across the higher ground That said there could still be some tedious snow flurries across the south of England as well so you might not escape entirely if you live around there The snow is expected to materialise around Saturday evening and in places like Snowdonia and the Welsh Mountains it could be significantly more than the 05cm that Londoners might see Of course as it always does Scotland and the north of England will be in danger of catching the worst of the weather That could mean 4cm of snow rising to as much as 10cm if you live in the Scottish mountains Thatll not bother those hardy folks up there mind Theyve seen worse The snow could continue all weekend if were really unluckyCredit: PA Brian Glazer from The Weather Outlook said: "The cold conditions are expected to push southwards on Friday and in the north showers could begin turning to snow By Saturday all of the UK is likely to be under a cold northerly air stream "Showers are expected with most of them in coastal districts and the north where they could increasingly turn to snow "Over high ground in the north settling snow is possible and the Scottish mountains could see accumulations of 5cm to 10cm "The northerly air stream is looking quite unstable and it leads to the possibility of embedded disturbances in it bringing more organised bands of showers southwards "If that happens its not out of the question that in heavier bursts rain could turn to snow even in the southern half of the UK especially over high ground" He continued: "It would be very unusual to see snow so early in the season in the southern half of the UK but October 28th 2008 brought a covering of snow even to central London so it is not completely out of the question "Ironically this weekend marks the 10th anniversary of that event and computer models are predicting similar weather patterns "By Sunday high pressure may be pushing in from the west and that could lead to a widespread frost Temperatures in much of the UK could fall below freezing point and in the Scottish Glens values could dip below -5C (23F) "Cold weather probably continues early next week but there is a risk of it turning wet" Great lets hope it rains instead of snows Thats not much of a choice though Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: Uk news which activities are not in conformity with the laws of the land, gynecology and reproductive sciences at UCSF.

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