Nov. 4, 2015 KSPN2 News Part 1
THE MOST EXPENSIVE AND AMBITIOUS ON–GOING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT IS THE PUERTO RICO DUMP CLOSURE.
Construction Manager, Paul Baron, says the dump will be turned into a park to be finished by November 2016.
THE CASE INVOLVING TWO CHINESE NATIONALS CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY TO POSSESS WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE METHAMPHETAMINE CONTINUES IN FEDERAL COURT.
The defense counsel for Yuliu Liu and Zhenlin Fang says it is likely more evidence exists in the case that the government has not produced in discovery.
THE SENATE RECALLS HOUSE BILL 19–95 AND THEN PASSES THE BILL DURING THE SAME SESSION WITH CHANGES TO THE PREVIOUS VERSION.
It is believed the House Bill will be transmitted back to the house just in time for the scheduled session set for Rota this Friday.