A company is planning a route for an all-terrain vehicle tour in the Sadog Tasi, Rapugao area on Capital Hill. The project is worth $80,000.
A company known as Crystal Star Corp., which aims to do business as a mountain ATV rental establishment, has submitted a conditional use application with the Commonwealth Zoning Board.
After being temporarily held off by the Zoning board due to the ATV/UTV business being tagged as “unregulated” last December 2015, the issue is now being revisited at the suggestion of Zoning Board vice chair Bruce Bateman in early October 2016.
Crystal Star Corp. plans to do business at the end of Laguna St. in the Sadog Tasi and Rapugao areas, near the Commonwealth Utilities Corp.’s Maui IV water tank on Capital Hill.
The property has an existing house, a carport, and a garage.
Saipan Tribune tried but failed to obtain comments from property owner Yin Nu Cai.
The property has a site area of 81,598 square meters.
The board, led by Zoning board chair Diego Blanco, would be conducting a public hearing at the Gregorio T. Camacho Elementary School cafeteria this Dec. 1 to establish whether or not the application would be approved.