With the exception of the headwater areas of the Parguaza, Autana and Cuao
rivers, traditional highland habitation zones have become depopulated (Zent 1993: 2389).
In its Wheeler statement, CUAO
said "our board believes Treasurer Wheeler has a strong understanding of the financial marketplace and the role that credit unions play in it."
In managing the Oklahoma group, Jones said he is cogni zant of the merger trend among state leagues and CUAO
leadership will continue to study current business models.
PREDITIVO E O CONHECIMENTO ECOLOGICO TRADICIONAL?O CASO DO SISTEMA DE ENRIQUECIMENTO DO ACAHUAL LACANDON
Ingram had been instrumental in guiding the group's relocation last year from Tulsa to Oklahoma City and the opening of a showcase Credit Union House on new CUAO
premises within blocks of the state capitol.
En el caso particular de los piaroas, este grupo indigena se asentaba en las regiones altas selvaticas e interfluviales de los afluentes de los rios Cataniapo, Cuao
, Autana, Guaviarito y Marieta, construyendo su vivienda comunal o churuata (vivienda tradicional), en planicies selvaticas no inundables aledanas a un riachuelo, lo que garantizaba el agua requerida para satisfacer las necesidades de los miembros de la comunidad durante todo el ano y, a su alrededor, areas no vedadas de caceria, pesca y recoleccion (Mansutti, 1988; Zent, 2000).
The president/CEO of CUAO
is Troy Stang, a well-known Washington lobbyist who took over the Oregon job two years ago.
Pamela Leavitt, senior vice president-governmental affairs for CUAO
, noted that the public funds issue has been worked on since 1981, and its enactment bolsters the trade group's resolve "to advance the credit union charter and to seek new avenues to serve local communities." Approximately 4,000 public agencies in Oregon receive public funds and require the services of banks and CUs to house them.