COMMUNITY BRIEFS – April 20, 2015


OAG temporary relocation

The Office of the Attorney General’s Criminal division has temporarily relocated to the former Commonwealth Board of Election Office. The building is located between the CNMI Judiciary and the Multipurpose Center. Please contact the Criminal division at 237-7600 for further assistance.

CCA board meeting on April 28

The Commonwealth Cancer Association’s Board of Directors will be holding its regular board of directors meeting on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, at 3pm at the CCA conference room. Agenda includes reports from the president and program updates. All board meetings are open to the public. For more information, contact the Commonwealth Cancer Association at 682-0050 or email at (CCA)

OPA staff to be on Rota, Tinian

Staff of the Office of the Public Auditor will be on Rota on April 27-28, 2015, and on Tinian on April 29, 2015, to notarize and accept last-minute filings of financial disclosure statements from government officials.

Filers on Rota may visit the Rota Mayor’s Office from 9am to 4:30pm on Monday, April 27, 2015, and from 9am to 11am on Tuesday, April 28, 2015.

Filers on Tinian may visit the Tinian Mayor’s Office from 8:30am to 4:30pm on Wednesday, April 29, 2015.

All filers are reminded to bring with them some form of photo identification, such as a driver’s license or a passport. Failure to do so may result in the denial of notary services. (OPA)

Navy training at Warning Area 517

ASAN, Guam—The U.S. Navy will conduct training at Warning Area 517 on April 21-22, from noon to 8pm. The general public, especially fishermen, commercial pilots, and marine tour operators, are advised to stay clear of the areas during the dates and times indicated.

W-517 is an irregular shaped polygon comprised of 14,000 nautical square miles of airspace that begins south of Guam and extends south-southwest in international waters. This will affect fishing in the vicinity of Santa Rosa Reef and Galvez Bank. (PR)

Navy work to slow Route 1 traffic at night

ASAN, Guam—The public can expect traffic delays along Route 1 in Dededo and Yigo as Navy contractors scan the area for possible munition anomalies in preparation for an upcoming waterline replacement project.

Motorists are advised to adhere to traffic signs along Route 1 between Route 28 (Ysengsong Road) and the Yigo Fire Station on April 19-24 from 8pm to 5am.

The scanning procedure, a munitions of explosive concern clearance or MEC, is required to be conducted prior to the start of Navy construction projects. It will mitigate the risk of encountering unexploded ordnance during construction work. (PR)

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