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Vincent Armenta

Chairman

Chumash Indians Foundation

HQ Phone:  (805) 688-7997

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Chumash Indians Foundation

100 Via Juana Lane

Santa Ynez, California,93460

United States

Company Description

We are dedicated to being good neighbors. The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Foundation has donated more than $18 million to more than 700 nonprofit organizations. We honor our ancestors by reaching out to our neighbors and caring for our community. Ther...more

Background Information

Employment History

Tribal Chairman

Santa Ynez Chumash Environmental


Affiliations

Rotary club

Member of 13 - Mid-Term Review Seminar, Santa Maria Inn (All Board


Rigoberta Menchu Tum foundation

Founder


Education

Santa Ynez Valley High School


Bachelor of Arts degree

culinary arts


bachelor's degree

culinary arts

Culinary Institute of America


Web References(199 Total References)


Santa Ynez Valley Concerned Citizens

syvconcernedcitizens.com [cached]

At the end of this email is a link to an August 7, 2013 letter from Chumash chairman, Vince Armenta to the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors (BOS) informing the BOS that the tribe is proceeding with annexation of the Camp 4 property.


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

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So, thank you very much" - Vincent Armenta, Tribal Chairman
"Chairman Armenta followed me out the door and said, I want you to know the goal is to get a great big plan for everything that's going to go on so we work together and know what is going to happen. Just one month before: January 2005, Santa Barbara Magazine, in an interview with Chumash Chairman, Vincent Armenta he is quoted as saying, "The Federal Government needs to start enforcing the fact that the tribes are sovereign governments and don't need these relationships with local governments."


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

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by Vincent Armenta, Tribal Chairman


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

polosyv.org [cached]

Tribal chairman Vincent Armenta and other Chumash leaders deserve praise for respecting the community by building a casino resort that isn't patterned after Las Vegas garishness.


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

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"I was elected by my fellow tribal members to represent our tribe," Tribal Chairman Vincent Armenta said.
"By challenging our land annexation in the federal court, our tribal opponents have issued a direct challenge to the concept of sovereignty," Armenta said. "The outcome of this conflict will have far-reaching implications throughout Indian country; therefore, it's critical that we put tribal opponents on notice that they can't bully tribes into backing away from our rights as sovereign nations." Marzulla, a founding partner in the Washington, D.C.-based law firm of Marzulla & Marzulla, specializes in environmental litigation, regulatory compliance, environmental crimes, natural resources law, and environmental policy and legislation, Armenta said. "The tribe has a clear position of strength, since Congress long ago determined the framework for (Indian) trust land," Armenta said.


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