Native American Indian Commission


Commission meetings are held on the Third Tuesday of each month, at various locations determined by the Commission.

Standing Committee meetings are held at various locations and dates determined by the committee.

In accordance with the Brown Act, all matters to be acted on by the Commission must be posted at least 72 hours prior to the Commission meeting. In cases of an emergency, or when a subject matter needs immediate action or comes to the attention of the Commission subsequent to the posting of the agenda, upon making certain findings the Commission may act on an item that is not on the posted agenda.

The Commission’s agendas are posted at 500 West Temple Street, Los Angeles. The posted agendas are viewable 24-hours a day.

PUBLIC COMMENT AT COMMISSION MEETINGS – An opportunity for the public to address the Commission on agenda items will be provided before or during consideration of the item. Members of the public who wish to speak on any item are requested to complete a speaker card for each item they wish to address, and present the completed card(s) to the Executive Assistant.

A member of the public has the right to address the Commission on items of interest, which are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission. A person may make a presentation on a non-agenda item, but the presentation shall not exceed three minutes in length. The Commission will also provide an opportunity for the public to speak on public interest items for a cumulative total of up to fifteen (15) minutes. The Commission may not take any action on matters discussed during the public testimony period.

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