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The Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe is proposing to
construct a Public Safety and Justice Facility
to serve existing and future needs:
Classroom/training; secure evidence storage;
courtroom; attorney-client consultation room;
interview room; and Emergency Operations Center.
The file for this
project will be available for review in the
Tribal Administration building on May 1. You may
provide your comments verbally or in writing to
any Tribal Council member, or at regularly
scheduled Tribal Council meetings, or to
Planning staff at the Tribal Center offices.
Your comments will be considered as the proposal
is finalized, and kept on file with the project
Comments must be
submitted by 5:00 p.m. on June 1, 2016.
Economics in the U.S. produced by Oliver Routhe Skov
- Danish TV
This video describes how
"Many native Americans
are struggling, both financially and socially.
But some native American tribes are very successful
in growing their economy. We seek an
explanation for this economic success in Washington
state with the S'Klallam Tribe as well as the
Walapai Tribe in Arizona."
Since time immemorial the S'Klallam People have lived and prospered on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.
Known as 'the Strong People' the S'Klallams created a rich culture of art, spirituality, traditional knowledge and self-reliance that