Tribal ClerkCommunity Building
Weekdays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays and evenings by appointment
Mission: To continue working closely with our community and tribal programs.
Tribal Clerk Corleen Jacco - Term 2012 to 2015
The functions of the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Tribal Clerks office are many but they are all in service for the community at large. The clerk’s office is in charge of membership and related databases such as enrollment, land ownership, voters lists, record keeping and research among other aspects. Within the Tribal Clerk’s office is the Geographic Information System office which produces maps through the G.I.S. computer program in response to membership needs or interdepartmental requests. It is the duty of the clerk’s staff to issue tribal identification cards to enrolled members, perform research in regards to enrollment eligibility or land ownership and chain of title, record minutes of meetings, ascertain boundary lines with the use of GPS out in the field, issue official letters for tribal members, enter updated information into appropriate databases and file Tribal Council Resolutions for public access. These are several of the duties charged with the clerk’s office but certainly not all of the responsibilities that are performed on a daily basis.