A Summary of the Activities of the Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission(July 1, 2012 –June 30, 2013)
Throughout fiscal year 2012/13, the Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission (MITSC) focused on a series of issues at the request of one or more of the member governments. Among these issues were the return of sea-run alewives to the St. Croix watershed, the taking of land into trust by the Passamaquoddy Tribe, the seating of the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and the ongoing review and interpretation of the Settlement Acts.
2001: Year in Review
The 2001 Annual Report of the Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission to the Governor of Maine and the Governors and Chiefs of the Tribes in Maine.
2000: Year in Review
This report reviews the activities, accomplishments, and disappointments of the Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission (MITSC) during the year 2000. After introductory information in Section 1, the report’s next five sections describe what happened during the year 2000. Section 2 provides an overview of MITSC’s members, meetings, and process; Section 3 reviews key pieces of legislation; Section 4 describes MITSC’s education activities; Section 5 summarizes the major natural resources and environmental issues before MITSC; and Section 6 analyses the tribal-state relations process. Based on what has happened during the year 2000, Section 7 identifies proposed areas of focus for the year 2001.
1999: Year in Review
MITSC's Annual Report to the Governor of Maine and the Governors and Chiefs of the Tribes in Maine.