Community Briefs – January 3, 2018

Distribution of 2017 W2-CM and Annual Reconciliation forms
This is to advise all employers that the Division of Revenue and Taxation, Department of Finance began distributing the 2017 W2-CM and Annual Reconciliation forms and instructions last Dec. 22.

Businesses, employers, and all payroll service providers are encouraged to reserve forms needed by calling the Administration Office of the Division of Revenue and Taxation at 664-1000, 664-1098 or via fax at 664-1015.

Forms will be available for pick-up from the Compliance Branch or main office located in the Joeten Dandan Building.

Employers are also reminded that forms are required to be filed at Revenue and Taxation by Feb. 28, 2018. (PR)

NMC offices closed on Thursday
Northern Marianas College employees will be participating in professional development activities on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018. All NMC offices will be closed on this day to ensure maximum employee participation.

Please note that all Academic Programs and Services (APS) offices will also be closed on Friday, Jan. 5, 2018 to allow APS faculty and staff to participate in faculty-focused training activities. Other offices, including student service offices, will be open.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused. For any campus emergency, please contact NMC Security at 237-6800. For more information about upcoming events, visit www.marianas.edu. (PR)

CNMI Homeless Coalition meeting set
The CNMI Homeless Coalition will be having its general membership meeting on Jan. 4, 2018, 10am at the Division of Youth Services conference room in Chalan Piao (adjacent to Bank of Guam). The coalition would like to invite partners, organizations, agencies and individuals providing direct or indirect services to individuals and/or families who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. If you may have any questions or concerns, contact Jacob Muna at 234-7689, 483-9447, or email jjmuna@nmhc.gov.mp. (PR)

JKPL offers ukulele classes
Registration for Joeten-Kiyu Public Library’s Beginner and Advance Ukulele Class is now open. The minimum age requirement is ages 8 years or older and adults. The total cost for eight class
sessions is $50.

Ukulele classes are held at Joeten-Kiyu Public Library in partnership with ukulele instructor Larry Lee and son, Kui Lee. The deadline to register is Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018.

The JKPL ukulele class is based on “First come; first paid.” Students must provide their own ukuleles and a folder to hold music sheets (plastic sheet protectors and a three-ring binder are recommended). Parents/guardians must sign a liability waiver form on behalf of their participating children and must adhere to public library policies and procedures. For questions regarding beginner and advanced ukulele class, call Celina Foreman or Victoria Cabrera at 235-7315 /7322 during regular library hours. (PR)

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