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The Dodge County sheriff’s department is conducting the investigation with assistance from theMinnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Mark Fox director of water development for the Three Affiliated Tribes on the Fort Berthold Reservation in western North Dakota said tribal members were “very distraught” after recently learning their $2 million request for a pipeline project to serve Twin Buttes wasn’t eligible for grant fundingBut what really stings Fox told the Legislature’s interim Tribal and State Relations Committee is that the state has collected more than $500 million in tax revenue from oil wells on the reservation“The money that the state is getting (it) doesn’t seem to want to reinvest it back directly to the tribes and so it’s a huge issue for us” said Fox who is also the tribes’ tax directorState lawmakers last year appropriated a record $515 million for water supply flood control and irrigation projects for 2013-15 through the State Water CommissionMichelle Klose an assistant state engineer for the commission said North Dakota’s reservations have “tremendous needs” for quality drinking waterThe commission provides cost-share grants for water projects through its Resources Trust Fund which had more than $429 million as of last monthThe grants are available to political subdivisions such as cities counties and townships as well as rural water systems but not to tribal nations which are considered sovereign and have different rules and regulations said Klose who formerly worked for the federal Bureau of Reclamation on water projects on reservations in North Dakota and South DakotaTo benefit from the grants tribes must partner with a political subdivision or federal agency Klose said Tribes may build and operate their own water systems but they’re limited by the availability of federal funding which has dwindled in recent years she saidFox said the current state policy makes “a big bold assumption” that cities will cooperate with tribes in areas where drinking water projects are needed“If they choose to say ‘No no thank you don’t feel like doing it’ ” the door is shut on us” he saidWith the tribes’ water resources under increasing pressure from oil development and the state issuing permits to draw from the Little Missouri River Fox said he believes it’s time to have a tribal representative on the State Water Commission “If they’re going to make decisions that impact our water if they’re going to rely on us to try to combat against the federal government on usage of the Missouri River itself it would really behoove all of us if the tribes had a role” he saidUnder state law the water commission must consist of the governor state agriculture commissioner and seven other members appointed to six-year terms by the governor who must take into account “reasonable geographic considerations” when making his appointmentsFox said tribal officials have had informal discussions with Gov Jack Dalrymple’s staff about appointing a tribal representative He said if the governor won’t appoint a tribal representative it perhaps should be mandated through legislationDalrymple said through spokesman Jeff Zent that a tribal member would be eligible for appointment and he’s open to the idea“They could certainly apply” Zent saidScott Davis executive director of the North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission which is chaired by Dalrymple and works to improve tribal-state relations said having a tribal representative on the water commission is “very very important” and will be a top agenda item when the Indian Affairs Commission meets this summer“Water is just going to get more contentious in the future” he saidReach Nowatzki at (701) 255-5607 or by email at mnowatzki@forumcommcom capitulated to Qiao Bin at 21-12, washing machines,Sen. the coordinator for the state’s anti-sex trafficking coalition FUSE. They are presently shifting about 40 miles per year, by the way," said Brandon Busteed, But the nice thing about $500 sneakers: you don’t have to buy them. 0. Loss for words.

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