Quarantine protocols eased for those traveling to the CNMI and are fully vaccinated; new CDC guidance shows more fully vaccinated individuals in the CNMI will lead to an easing of COVID-19 restrictions
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Northern Marianas Housing Corporation Consolidated Plan (PY2020-2024) and PY2020 Annual Action Plan.
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COMMONWEALTH OF THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS’ PY 2020-2024 FIVE YEAR CONSOLIDATED PLAN AND PY 2020 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN
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Quarantine protocols eased for those traveling to the CNMI and are fully vaccinated; new CDC guidance shows more fully vaccinated individuals in the CNMI will lead to an easing of COVID-19 restrictions
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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
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Northern Marianas Housing Corporation Consolidated Plan (PY2020-2024) and PY2020 Annual Action Plan.
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COMMONWEALTH OF THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS’ PY 2020-2024 FIVE YEAR CONSOLIDATED PLAN AND PY 2020 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN
Submitted to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development by the Northern Marianas Housing Corporation
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COVID-19 Public Guidance: New Arrival Procedure for All Individuals Entering the CNMI
(effective July 9, 2020)
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COVID-19 Public Guidance: CNMI now on Community Vulnerability Level BLUE
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Governor Ralph DLG. Torres on Wednesday issued the following statement regarding the results of the Senate impeachment proceedings, which concluded today, May 18, 2022. “I would like to personally thank all the people who took the time to display their support, encouragement, love, and prayers. Most importantly, I want to thank them for their continued belief in my Administration.I also want to thank the Senate for reviewing the factual information presented by my attorneys and the witnesses who provided testimony, for their diligence throughout the impeachment proceeding and entire process, and for making informed decisions.I am thankful that we can now move forward, and I can continue to work hard for the people of the Commonwealth.”To read more, please see the link below.governor.gov.mp/news/press-releases/statement-from-governor-torres-on-senate-impeachment-proceedi...#CNMIOfficeoftheGovernor#TheMarianas ... See MoreSee Less
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Earlier this week, Department of Public Safety (DPS) Commissioner Robert A. Guerrero, Department of Corrections Commissioner Wally F. Villagomez, Department of Finance Secretary David DLG. Atalig, Department of Community and Cultural Affairs (DCCA) Secretary Joseph P. Deleon Guerrero, and local dignitaries gathered for the new Department of Public Safety K-9 Facility Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Capitol Hill. DPS has also acquired seven police dogs to assist law enforcement officers while out on the field. These police dogs are trained for narcotics detection, tracking, and attack, as well as assisting officers by safely apprehending non-compliant or combative suspects and aiding in detecting illegal narcotics.#CNMIOfficeoftheGovernor#TheMarianas ... See MoreSee Less
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Earlier this week, Governor Ralph DLG. Torres, Department of Public Safety (DPS) Commissioner Robert A. Guerrero, the Department of Public Safety (DPS), Department of Corrections Commissioner Wally F. Villagomez, CNMI Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) Special Assistant Dennis C. Mendiola, the Department of Fire and Emergency and Medical Services (DFEMS), local dignitaries, and members of the community observed Peace Officers Memorial Day at the Department of Public Safety’s Peace Officers Memorial Monument in Susupe. Governor Torres commemorated all law enforcement officers, past and present, for their faithful and loyal devotion to their responsibilities, and recognized and paid respects to our fallen heroes. #CNMIOfficeoftheGovernor#TheMarianas ... See MoreSee Less
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Earlier this week, the Department of Public Safety (DPS), Department of Fire and Emergency and Medical Services (DFEMS), Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF), Division of Customs, and Commonwealth Ports Authority (CPA), honored all law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty and all who continue to serve at the Blue Mass at the Mount Carmel Cathedral.Governor Torres celebrated the life and service of our fallen law enforcement officers and thanked their families for their support, as well as expressed his gratitude for all current law enforcement officers for their continued service to the people of the CNMI. #CNMIOfficeoftheGovernor#TheMarianas ... See MoreSee Less
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This past Saturday, Governor Ralph DLG. Torres, the Marianas Visitors Authority (MVA), the Tan Siu Lin (TSL) Foundation, and the Lady Diann Torres Foundation, and Run Saipan held the Fit To Lead CNMI Tourism Month 5K Fun Run on Beach Road. The Fit to Lead CNMI Tourism Month 5K Fun Run started at the Garapan Fishing Base, with a turnaround point near Quartermaster Road, and featured a competitive 5K and a non-competitive 5K Fun Run with a one mile turn around. A “Best Tourist Outfit” competition was also held in honor of CNMI Tourism Month.Governor Torres thanked the community for participating in the Fun Run, and emphasized that this is only the beginning, “I look forward to more opportunities to bring our community together to promote a healthier lifestyle and a healthier Marianas.”#CNMIOfficeoftheGovernor#TheMarianas ... See MoreSee Less
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This morning, I signed House Bill 22-95 into law, providing a $1000 bonus for our CNMI retirees. ✍🏽✅ #BIBARETIREES

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Let us remember the importance of taking care of our beautiful planet, and how we each hold the responsibility to help protect our environment for future generations to come.

Together, we can maintain a healthy, clean, and beautiful CNMI, and most importantly, planet. 🌎

Earlier this week, Governor Torres and the Department of Public Works (DPW) Secretary James A. Ada met with U.S Office of Insular Affairs Director Nikolao Pula to tour the Route 36 construction site, as well as discuss other plans for infrastructure projects throughout the CNMI.

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Almost five decades ago, President Ford signed a document that resulted in one of the most unique political relationships in modern democracy — a Commonwealth in political union with the United States.

Today, we commemorate the signing of that honorable accord. 🇺🇸🇲🇵

Governor Ralph DLG. Torres

The Honorable Ralph DLG. Torres is the 9th Governor of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, serving alongside Lieutenant Governor Arnold I. Palacios, and the youngest Governor in the United States of America at 40 years old.

Lt. Governor Arnold I. Palacios

The Honorable Arnold I. Palacios is the 12th Lt. Governor of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, serving alongside Governor Ralph DLG. Torres since January 2019.

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Tinian Child Care Providers participate in Pediatric CPR and First Aid training

On May 14, 2022, three license-exempt providers participated in a Pediatric CPR and First Aid training at the new Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Program Tinian Office located at Paradise Real Estate, 101 Grand St. San Jose Village.  The training was facilitated by Ms. Maureen Sebangiol, an American Heart Association CPR Instructor and Registered Respiratory Therapy Educator. This training provides participants the necessary skills on how to respond to and manage illnesses and injuries in a young child or infant in their respective facilities or home.  

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