DPW: Energy programs remain suspended for 30 days

Posted on Apr 22 2020

All program services for the Weatherization Assistance Program and the State Energy Program shall remain temporarily suspended for another 30 days.

In a notice yesterday, the CNMI Department of Public Works cited the recent Governor’s Executive Order 2020-06 as the reason for the programs’ suspension.

The executive order, issued on April 15, 2020, renews the Declaration of State of Public Health Emergency and continued Declaration of a State of Significant Emergency for 30 days due to the imminent threat posed by COVID-19. The directive includes all memoranda, directives, waivers of regulations, and other measures taken in accordance with Executive Order 2020-04.

The Division of Energy will announce additional information and updates on program services once it becomes available, or its office operations resume and return to normal. (PR)

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