Lummi Nation's new manager stresses efficiency, transparency
Lummi Indian Business Council General Manager Ted Wright says he's working hard to get tribal government working better for the tribe's 4,200 members.
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#1 Apr 14, 2010
It's too bad that we seem to drive out some of our best and brightest, or those who are most willing and able to think outside the box and break loose from the slow grinding status quo that is our usual mode in Sitka and Southeast. Maybe we can get this man to at least run for Shee Atika or Sealaska from where he's at down there. Food for thought anyway...
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