Senior Planner/Land Use Administrator
John St. Pierre
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Whitworth University
John St. Pierre is the CCT Planning Senior Planner/Land Use and Shoreline Administrator, and specializes in Land Use Planning and federal processes related to the Bureau of Indian affairs (BIA) and Natural Resources. He was instrumental in the completion of the Colville Tribes first Integrated Resource Management Plan (IRMP), serving as the coordinator on those efforts.
Prior to joining the CCT Planning family, Mr. St. Pierre was the BIA Superintendent for the Colville Tribes, the Spokane Tribe and the Fort Belknap Tribe in Montana. Additionaly, Mr. St. Pierre was the Colville Tribes Natural Resource Director, and Small Businesses Manager for the Colville Tribal Federal Corporation (CTFC).
And Mr. St. Pierre is a father, grandfather and prolific hunter.
Phone: (509) 978-9034
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Washington State University
Masters Certificate, University of Colorado
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Eastern Washington University
Adam Amundson is the CCT Associate Planner, and specializes in land use and building permits. Adam is very humble in his position with the CCT Planning Department.
Prior to joining the CCT Planning family, Mr. Amundson was a Dwight D. Eisenhower fellow while he attended Eastern Washington University (EWU). He did a traffic safety study on Highway 155. His study emphasized the inconsistency of data on the reporting of traffic fatalities happening on the reservation and did a poster presentation in Washington, D.C. 2015-2016. In his report he emphasized on a low cost solution of installing chevrons on the sharp corners along SR 155 to warn drivers of sharp curves were ahead.
Adam graduated from EWU in 2016. In 2017 he went to work for the Coeur d’Alene Tribe as the Planning Technician, and was the Transportation Planner, Economic Development Planner and the Land Use Planner for the next five years after graduating EWU.
Adam was in charge of the Coeur d’Alene Tribes, National Tribal Transportation Facilities Inventory (NTTFI), annual inventory updates of conditions of roads, trails and bridges. Five (5) year update to the Long Range Transportation Plan 2018, did the semi-annual narrative reports both for the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), and Department of Commerce (EDA), Five (5) year update: 2020 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS).
Grants Writing Staff
Grant Writer III
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Urban & Regional Planning, Eastern Washington University. 1977
Frank "Bunky" Andrews is a Grant Writer III for the Colville Tribes. Andrews started with CCT Planning in 2009, and developed many of the formal processes behind grant development for the Colville Tribes.
Andrews graduated from Coulee Dam High School in the late 60s and enlisted in the US Air Force, and was sent to Da Nang Vietnam. Afterward, he attended Eastern Washington University and acquired a BA in Urban & Regional Planning.
Following his academic career he worked with CCT Planning beginning the late 70s, was the CDA Tribe Planning DIrector, was an Environmental Protection Specialist with the BIA, was the Cultural and Natural Resource Manager for Lake Roosevelt, before returning to where he started, CCT Planning.