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1 THE OHKAY OWINGEH DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE WELCOMES OHKAY OWINGEH COMMUNITY MEMBERS

2 OHKAY OWINGEH DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS  OPENING PRAYER  INTRODUCTIONS  GOVERNOR - MARCELINO AQUINO  1 ST LT. GOVERNOR – VIRGIL CATA  2 ND LT. GOVERNOR – JOSEPH P. MARTINEZ  TRIBAL SHERIFF – TONY WHITE  TRIBAL TAX ADMINISTRATOR – LARRY PHILLIPS  CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER – TO BE ANNOUNCED  TSAY CORPORATION CEO – RON LOVATO  ONE (1) TRIBAL COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE AND ALTERNATE – TBD  DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS – LDK CONSULTING, LLC.  LES KING TERRI KING

3 OHKAY OWINGEH DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MISSION & GOALS MISSION Identify, evaluate, and prioritize “Capital Projects” to be funded by an Ohkay Owingeh long term debt financing program and perform development tasks to get selected projects prepared for approval by Tribal Council. GOALS  To Fill an Unmet Need  Identify an overall strategic plan  Identify new, unfinished, or unfunded projects  Gather community input for projects of interest  Evaluate and prioritize projects based on overall feasibility, economic, and community benefit  Identify project financing options  Present and obtain Tribal Council approval for projects identified  Oversee and manage the development process

4 WHAT ARE CAPITAL PROJECTS?  BUILDINGS  INFRASTRUCTURE – ROADS AND UTILITIES  EQUIPMENT – VEHICLES, FURNITURE/FIXTURES

5 TRIBAL DEPARTMENTS PROJECTS IN VARIOUS STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT OR IMPLEMETATION AGRICULTURE - Charlie Marcus  Irrigation improvements – acequias and ditches  Farm land restoration and equipment  Windmills, fencing, and water  Bison project EDUCATION – John Bird –  New Head Start and community schools  Head Start renovation and improvements  Library improvements  Community school playground equipment  Heritage center ENVIRONMENTAL – Charlie Lujan  River restoration GOVERNOR’S OFFICE –  Land reclamation – Abbott Case  Water reclamation – San Juan Chama water storage  The Park and Tribal Administration renovation projects  Demolition of vacant/condemned buildings HOUSING – Tomasita Duran  Pueblo Plaza renovations  Home ownership renovations  Mobile home park  Community development financial institution  RV Park  Tax credit housing  Weatherization assistance REALTY – Herman Agoyo  Museum LAW ENFORCEMENT – Donovan Trujillo  Judicial Complex PLANNING – Robert Leib  North Cross Place, Community School Road, Jack Rabbit Trail road improvements  Transit system/busses  Renewable energy master planning  Electric, gas, communications, utility master planning RECREATION – Johnny Abeyta Sr. –  Sports complex/four (4) baseball fields, two (2) soccer fields, walking track, and concession stand SENIORS – Eddie Martinez  Senior center improvements CHR – Frances Abeyta –  Building, site, road, ADA handicap improvements TSAY CORPORATION – Ron Lovato –  Water and fire protection improvements  Eagle Road improvements  Main street extensions  Electric, gas, communications, water, and sewer utility infrastructure relocation and improvements  Southeast Pueblo water well  Professional office building  Wastewater lab testing building improvements and equipment  Dredge detention ponds UTILITY – Curtis Aguino  New Kennedy well construction  Main Pueblo system wide water & sewer line extensions  New York system including Yungue water tank, lines, and sewer system improvements  Additional Kennedy water tank  Sewer extension to Espanola  System wide water meter installations

6 DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE TONIGHT’S GOAL:  ‘TO FILL AN UNMET NEED’  TO GATHER COMMUNITY INPUT  QUESTIONNAIRE  ANSWER QUESTIONS

7 NEXT STEPS  Next Community Meeting – May 18, 2009  Present Project Evaluation Criteria  Answer Questions  Development Committee  Identify new, unfinished or unfunded projects  Identify financing options  Evaluate overall feasibility, economic, and community benefit  Final Community Meeting – June 15, 2009  Present list of evaluated & prioritized projects  DRAWING FOR PRIZES!!! Attendees of all 3 meetings eligible.  Development Committee  Present and Obtain Tribal Council Approval  Oversee and manage the development and implementation process  CLOSING PRAYER


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