ARIZONA COMMISSION OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
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ACIA Director, Board Chairman Step Down
PHOENIX--Ron Lee, executive director of the Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs (ACIA) the state's legislative liaison with Arizona's 22 Indian Tribes and Nations, announced that he would step down from his position, effective Oct. 29, 2004. Lee, Dine' (Navajo) has directed ACIA since September 1998."I have immensely enjoyed my work of building meaningful relations between the tribes and the state, said Lee."The past six years have been rewarding in learning the processes by which our state is governed, and in assisting in building stronger, sustainable intergovernmental relationships. I've especially enjoyed working with t
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