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BECQ lab assists in relief efforts

THE Bureau of Environmental and Coastal Quality’s laboratory is providing assistance to ongoing typhoon relief efforts, BECQ Administrator Frank Rabauliman said.

Tinian House member supports mayor’s decision to give employees notice

(Press Release) — Rep. Edwin Aldan thanked Mayor Joey P. San Nicolas for meeting with the municipal government employees who are funded by the casino revenue to inform them that their contracts might not be renewed on Oct. 1, 2015.

Santos supports re-opening of Paupau hotel on Rota

SENATOR Teresita A. Santos is supporting the plan to reopen the former Paupau hotel facility on Rota.

Bureau of Environmental and Coastal Quality water advisory

(BECQ) — The Bureau of Environmental and Coastal Quality and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulate all public water systems in the CNMI to ensure that the water systems provide safe water to the public.

Mount Carmel School to open on Aug. 31

(MCS) — Mount Carmel School announced that it is all set to start the 2015-2016 school year on Monday, August 31st.

Liberation organizers commend volunteers

KENNETH P. Reyes and Franklin Camacho were among the 56 volunteers during the Liberation Day festivities who received certificates of appreciation on Thursday.

NMI seeks EPA assistance in disposing hazardous wastes

THE Bureau of Environmental and Coastal Quality Administrator and the Department of Public Works have requested the assistance of the Environmental Protection Agency in disposing of hazardous waste materials left behind by Typhoon Soudelor, BECQ Administrator Frank Rabauliman said.

Relief organizations eye long-term recovery program for Saipan

THE local Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster or VOAD will continue to work cooperatively to ensure the long-term recovery of Saipan from the devastation left behind by Typhoon Soudelor, according to the group’s interim chair, CNMI Salvation Army Ministry Leader Wayne Gillespie.