Military personnel, Tinian leaders collaborate on beautification tasks

Posted on Aug 09 2022

Military volunteers paint the highway railings along Carolinas Heights on Tinian on July 29, 2022.(CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

The highway railings along Carolinas Heights on Tinian are freshly painted, thanks to a joint effort among the Tinian Legislative Delegation, the Tinian Municipality, the Tinian Department of Public Works, the Commonwealth Bureau of Military Affairs, the 30th Naval Mobile Construction Battalion, and the U.S. Navy Task Force. The group, along with eight military volunteers, completed repainting the Carolina Heights highway railings on July 29, 2022, improving the safety in the area by making the railings more visible to motorists, especially at night.

This week, the group will work together at the Antonio M. Borja Amphitheater in San Jose, Tinian. The group will paint the amphitheater’s curbs, parking lot, and railings.

The 30th Naval Mobile Construction Battalion and the U.S. Navy Task Force are on Tinian for exercises and have committed to completing community projects while on the island.

The Governor’s Council of Economic Advisers extends a si yu’us ma’åse’ and ghilisow for making Tinian safer and more beautiful for all residents. Together, We Can!

For more information or to participate in the Adopt-A-Median program, visit the GCEA website at or contact the Council at (PR)

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