“Tribal Gaming Agency” means the person, agency, board, committee, commission, or council designated under tribal law, including, but not limited to, an intertribal gaming regulatory agency approved to fulfill those functions by the National Indian Gaming Commission, as primarily responsible for carrying out the Tribe’s regulatory responsibilities under IGRA and the Tribal Gaming Ordinance. No person employed in, or in connection with, the management, supervision, or conduct of any gaming activity may be a member or employee of the Tribal Gaming Agency. – (Sec. 2.20) 1999 Tribal State Gaming Compact
The Pit River Gaming Commission is the Tribal Gaming Agency established under the Pit River Tribe Gaming Ordinance
QUALIFICATIONS FOR OFFICE:
The following minimum requirements must be met to qualify for membership on the Commission:
i. Must be an enrolled member of the Pit River Tribe;
ii. Qualified by experience or education to serve as a full time working member of the Tribe’s gaming regulatory body;
iii. Twenty-one (21) years of age; and
iv. Successfully pass a background investigation and sign the Code of conduct.
DISQUALIFICATION FOR OFFICE:
The following persons shall not serve as Commissioners:
i. Employees of any Gaming Entity on the Reservation;
ii. Persons related to any Gaming Contractor (including any principal thereof or Closely Associated Independent Contractor); or
iii. Persons who have been convicted of a felony.