Land Use Committee Seeking Members

The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe is looking for tribal members to serve on the Land Planning and Use Committee.  This committee’s duties will consist of land use planning and land acquisition recommendations.  The committee will consist of nine tribal members who will serve in two-year staggered terms. If you are interested in serving on the Land Planning and Use Committee, please send a letter of interest along with your resume/CV to Francie Dottin, executive administrative assistant to the chairman,

Tribal Council established a Land Planning and Use Committee in September 2017. The primary function of the committee is to act in a formal land use advisory role to the Tribal Council through the presentation of recommendations to Tribal Council regarding the use of Tribal lands and properties that will protect our resources, promote tribal sovereignty, and protect and preserve ceremonial, cultural and   historical properties. The committee’s specific duties will consist of land use planning and land acquisition recommendations; and the Committee shall report its findings and recommendations to Tribal Council through its Council representative for review, approval and implementation of practices and policies in the best interests of the Tribe.