June 14, 2016 KSPN2 News
NO WORD ON CAP CRISIS FROM IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS
CNMI Governor Ralph Torres assures KSPN officials are in communication with USCIS often. A USCIS official will be here this week for what the CNMI calls vistations, not official consultations.
PUBLIC WORKS OFFICIAL EXPRESSES COPPERWIRE THEFT CONCERNS
An official with Public Works says the beach walk is one of the most important features the island has and when thieves come and steal copper wire from these lamp posts it can delay a lot of important events.
CPA DISAPPOINTED WITH CONCESSIONS UNBUNDLING LEGISLATION VETO
CPA board member Kim Hinds says Attorney General Edward Manibusan's recommendation to veto signals a breakdown in the line of communication. She says CPA legal counsel Robert Torres worked closely with the AG's office for several months on drafting the bill.