June 3, 2016 KSPN2 News
POTENTIAL HUMANITARIAN AND IMMIGRATION CRISIS FOR FORMER DYNASTY EMPLOYEES
Tinian leadership compile a June 1 letter to the USCIS District Director David Gulick, saying the employees are left in limbo and could get their power and water service disconnected.
1300 CONTRACT WORKERS' LIVELIHOOD ON THE LINE, BUSINESS LEADERS CALL FOR A PLAN
The Resolution states "Resolved that USCIS immediately reverses the approval of CW1 petitions for temporary, project specific H2B visa eligible construction workers who are not presently in the CNMI and that these CW1 petitions for such categories of construction workers should not be included in the CW1 cap for Fiscal Year 2016".
POLICE ON LOOKOUT FOR SUSPECT WHO STOLE COPPER FROM LIGHTED PATHWAY
Police say the copper wire lines were installed into the PVC pipes used for the lamp lights on the Beach Road pathway.