Terry Rambler’s tenure as a Councilman brought significant contributions to the San Carlos Apache Tribe’s development.
During his time as a Councilman representing the Bylas District, Terry Rambler served on various committees, including Transportation, Finance, and Housing. He played a vital role in prioritizing and overseeing key projects that benefited the tribe.
Chairman Rambler was instrumental in the planning, design, and construction of important infrastructure projects such as Route 6 in Gilson Wash, Routes 193/194 in Bylas, and State Highway 70 Safety Improvements in Bylas. Moreover, he actively participated in improving the financial management systems of both the tribe and the San Carlos Housing Authority, resulting in successful management of financial resources and increased housing opportunities.
Furthermore, Chairman Rambler contributed to community development by collaborating on the renovation and construction of essential facilities. These efforts included the Ernest Stanley Activity Center renovation, Nelson Duane Rodeo Grounds renovation, Albert Goseyun Exhibit Hall construction, Small Business Incubator Facility construction, Lee Dona Baseball Field construction, and the establishment of a new Head Start Center.