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New Seneca Chairman Wants to Work with Cayuga Nation


Last week The New York Times reported on the power struggle within the Cayuga Indian Nation and about the possible continued violence between factions of the nation in Cayuga and Seneca Counties.

Under new leadership, the Seneca County Board of Supervisors hopes to begin working with the Cayuga Nation.

Board Chairman Mike Enslow, of Waterloo, has eliminated the board’s Indian Affairs Committee, saying issues with the Nation will be handled by the boards new “Inter-Government Affairs” committee.

Listen to Mike Enslow’s FLX Morning Interview.

Last week, The New York Times front page story had the headline “Bulldozing. Kidnapping Claims. Inside a Battle Over a Tribe’s Future.”   The story by reporter Jesse McKinley describes the fight for leadership of the Cayuga Nation in Upstate New York.


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