Pueblo governors in NM to restructure council

July 18, 2013 • State News

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The 20 Pueblo Governors of the All Indian Pueblo Council have decided to restructure their 400-year-old Pueblo advocacy organization back to its original cultural and leadership [auth] model.

They decided to do that Wednesday by dissolving the current business operations of the council.

AIPC officials say the decision won’t affect any of the other collective business operations owned and-or operated by the Pueblos such as the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Inc., Indian Pueblos Marketing Inc., Pueblo Insurance Agency or Santa Fe Indian School.

The Pueblo governors will continue to meet as a council to fulfill the original mission of AIPC originally established in 1598 as a cultural and leadership organization.

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