Friday, August 21, 2009

Worth Repeating

This from Ruth Tighe's latest On My Mind:

And a plethora of public hearings coming up! To wit:
Tuesday, August 25: 6:00 p.m., at the multi-purpose center in Susupe, Zoning Board hearing on the Beach Road Corridor Improvement Plan. More information from the Zoning Board at 234-9961.

Tuesday, August 25: 6:30 p.m., at the CRM Conference Room in Oleia, Public Works hearing on preparation of an Environmental Assessment Report for the proposed Lake Susupe Educational Boardwalk Trail project. More information available from Public Works Technical Services Division at 234-9828 or 664-4455.

Wednesday, August 26: 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Not exactly a hearing, but worth mentioning: release of the Directory of Traditional Healers and Medicinal Plants of the CNMI at the multi-purpose center in Susupe, a project funded by an Administration for Native Americans grant and sponsored by several local individuals and organizations;

Wednesday, August 26: 6:30 p.m., Retirement Fund hearings on Res. 09-002, which “restricts the Fund from processing any amendments or additions to originally filed Applications for Retirement that would add beneficiaries arising through adoption for purposes of the computation of survivor benefits,” and Res. 09-003, which “proposes for the Fund to cease processing refunds of employee contributions." More information available from the Retirement Fund at 322-3863.

Friday, August 28, 6:30 p.m., at the San Roque school: hearing on the Environmental Assessment Report on the Kalabera Cave Development project prepared for MVA by Herman B. Cabrera and Associates. More information available from his office at 234-1778.

Thursday, August 27: 6:00 p.m., at the Zoning Office in Dandan on "conditional" use of a former garment factory building in Koblerville by Pancy, Inc. More information available from the Zoning Board at 234-9661.

Monday, August 31, 1:00 p.m. at the Senate Chamber on levelized energy adjustments proposed by the Commonwealth Public Utilities Commission. More information available from Kyle Cabrese, CPUC Commissioner, at 233-7150.

Monday, August 31, deadline for comments on Senate Bill 16-60 "To enhance enforcement powers and authority under the Alcohol Beverage Control Act and for other purposes" - which would give Board members the same powers as peace officers in enforcing ABC laws and regulations. More information from Congressman Joseph C. Reyes at 664-8836.

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