Maynes recognized for service

Attorney Sam Maynes was recognized by the Environmental Programs Division and members of the Southern Ute Tribal Council, Tuesday, April 26 in the Council Chambers. Maynes is a partner in Maynes, Bradford, Shipps & Sheftel, LLP. His practice focuses primarily on representing the Southern Ute Indian Tribe on a broad array of issues involving all aspects of federal Indian law.
Maynes was a major contributor to the Tribe’s recently approved Water Quality Standards but was unable to attend the formal recognition held for Tribal Attorney, Julianne Begay, EPD General Assistance Program Manager, Jeff Seebach, and EPD Environmental Program Manager, Alexandra Ratcliff in April for their collaborative efforts on the Tribal Water Quality Standards that were approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Divine Windy Boy | So. Ute Drum
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