Synthesizing Best Practices in Right-of-Way Negotiations, Albuquerque

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

2401 12th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104

Come join us to find out about successful best practice case studies from the point of view of both tribes and utility companies.

Learn from Teresa Ledger de Fernandez, Esq. about the complexity of Right of Way laws for Indian lands.

Participate in facilitated discussions with tribes and utility companies about how to synthesize the next steps in your Right-of-Way discussions.

TENTATIVE AGENDA
9:00 AM
Welcome " Department of Indian Affairs Cabinet Secretary " Arthur Allison
Invocation
Introductions
Synopsis

9:30 AM
Best Practices in Right-of-Way Negotiation " Enhancing Working Relationships between Tribal Governments, Utilities and Government

10:00 AM
Best Practice Case Studies: Approaches That Resulted in "Win-Win"
Invited: New Mexico Gas Company, PNM, Arizona Public Service, Salt River Project

12:00 PM Lunch
Keynote Speaker: Teresa Ledger de Fernandez, Esq. " Understanding the Complexity of Right of Way Laws for Indian Lands: The History of Federal Indian Law and Current Regulatory Climate

1:00 PM
What other issues are tribes having with acquiring ROW and processing the associated documents? How do we build capacity? How do we better coordinate large ROW projects?

2:00 PM
Facilitated Discussion: Synthesizing Next Steps

5:00 PM Adjourn

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Tuesday, 10 September, 2013

Contact:

Wendy Sandidge

Phone: (505) 924-2820
Website: Click to Visit

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