Livestock and Grazing
Origins: Unless otherwise noted, the laws contained in this Title were adopted by the Pueblo of Acoma Tribal Council as part of the 1985 Law and Order Code. Pueblo of Acoma Laws 2003 supplied section headings in brackets.
Annotation: Tribal Council specifically authorized the Acoma Ranger Program to enforce this Title pursuant to Tribal Council Resolution No. TC-OCT-11-01-3. This Resolution did not remove enforcement powers from the Acoma Police Department. Therefore where the title reference “person allowed to enforce this Title”. It means both Acoma Ranger Program and Acoma Police referenced, in the Title. Acoma Ranger Program is inserted to comply with the intent of Tribal Council Resolution No. TC-OCT-11-01-3.
The regulations set forth within the Acoma Livestock ad Grazing Title are prescribed to:
A. Govern the branding, theft, disease, at large estray, inspection, transportation and related aspects of domestic livestock within the exterior boundaries of the Acoma Pueblo.
B. Preserve tribal resources, promote proper use of Acoma range lands, and afford equal utilization rights of all lands within the exterior boundaries of the Acoma Pueblo.
C. Preserve public health, safety and welfare of the Acoma people and their livestock.
D. Prescribe punishment for violation of any section of the legislation.
E. Fulfill the objectives set for in 25 CFR, Section 166.
Origins: Unless otherwise noted, this Pueblo of Acoma Tribal Council adopted this Title as a part of the 1985 Law and Order Code. The Pueblo of Acoma Laws 2003 supplied headings for each section in brackets.
An ordinance regulating the vaccination, impoundment, registration, and disposal of unvaccinated, unregistered, unclaimed, diseased, at large, stray, or wild animals on lands within the exterior boundaries of the Acoma Pueblo Indian reservation to preserve public health, safety, and welfare by prevention of nuisances, hazards, and injuries resulting from or caused by such animals.