Governing of the Reservation
Five Community Council Members are the governing body of the reservation whom act under the authority granted to them in the Constitution of the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota. It is the council's responsibility to exercise the powers set forth in the Constitution to regulate the community with the health and well-being of all members in mind.
The Community Council of the Lower Sioux Indian Community
“The governing body of the Community organization shall be called “The Community Council of the Lower Sioux Indian Community”, and shall be composed of five members who shall be duly elected by secret ballot by the qualified voters of the Community.”
–Lower Sioux Constitution, Article IV, Section 1
Community Council Members
Robert L. Larsen
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