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Sam Cohen

Government Affairs and Legal Officer

Santa Ynez Chumash Environmental

HQ Phone:  (805) 686-3856

Direct Phone: (805) ***-****direct phone

Email: s***@***.org

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Santa Ynez Chumash Environmental

100 Via Juana Lane

Santa Ynez, California,93460

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Fieldworker

Tribe


Administrator

TRIBAL SUPPORTERS


Lobbyist

Chumash Casino Resort


Affiliations

EconAlliance Ag

Board Member


Adath Israel Congregation

Member of Board of Governors


Web References(75 Total References)


Board of Directors - EconAllianceEconAlliance

www.econalliance.org [cached]

Sam Cohen - Gov't & Legal Affairs Representative, Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians


Law Seminars | Tribal Water Law in California 16

lawseminars.com [cached]

Sam Cohen, Esq. , General Counsel
Sam Cohen has served as the Government Affairs Officer and General Counsel for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, located in Santa Barbara County, since 2005. He has represented Tribal governments since 1996.


P.O.L.O. ~ Preservation of Los Olivos

www.polosyv.org [cached]

Sam Cohen, Tribal Administrator for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians represented the tribe and affirmed the tribe could not support the plan moving forward into the EIR stage and are specifically opposed to item number nine.
Cohen asserted that both the incorporated cities of Buellton and Solvang have urban development boundaries and spheres of influence that represent areas of future annexations. "We cannot believe it's the policy of this Board to oppose all future annexations by Buellton and Solvang," he stated and concluded the Board would have to adhere to zoning consistency by opposing all future annexations by Santa Barbara and Goleta as well. Steve Pappas adds another distinguishable difference, "It is interesting to note that Sam Cohen and Andy Caldwell fail to mention the fact that land that is annexed by a tribal entity via the Fee-to-Trust process becomes exempt from property tax and other taxes." "That's a very big distinction and one that Mr. Cohen and Mr. Caldwell conveniently don't address."


SSMPA Events

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Presenters: Sam Cohen & Christina Walsh
Mr. Cohen, spokesperson for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians and Ms. Walsh presented a case for designating the SSFL as a National Monument.


www.independent.com

Everyone was on their best behavior, a fact subtly referenced by Chumash attorney Sam Cohen who, after being handed a laser pointer, said, "Everyone has been so helpful, thank you.
For the most part, everyone emphasized future goals rather than past problems. That said, Cohen started the meeting by walking through points of a draft agreement the tribe said they presented to former CEO Chandra Waller in 2011. It included a limited waiver of sovereign immunity so that the county could enforce the deal in federal or state court, Cohen said. As for Camp 4, Cohen said the plan is to build 143 houses, a health clinic, a wastewater treatment plant, and an administration room used solely by tribal members.


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