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Director of Ute Tribe's economic development arm resigns
Posted: Friday, September 14, 2012
Forrest Cuch, the executive director of the economic development corporation for the
of Utah, resigned unexpectedly this week, The Vernal Express reports.
Cuch, a tribal member, joined the Ute Tribal Enterprises in July 2011. He said he left due to a “breakdown in communications" with the tribal council.
Cuch was formerly the director of the
Utah Division of Indian Affairs
before he was forced out last May.
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Cuch resigns tribal office
(The Vernal Express 9/12)
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