Feb. 25, 2016 KSPN2 News
DYNASTY WILL PAY EMPLOYEES MORE THAN $1.3 MILLION IN BACKWAGES PLUS DAMAGES
During a hearing on February 17 last week on Tinian, Tinian Dynasty admitted it failed to pay wages earned by more than 500 of its current and former employees from August of last year through January 31, according to settlement documents. It does state employees were paid from December 12 to 13 last year.
MULTIPLE AGENCIES RENEW SEARCH FOR SIGHTED BROWN TREE SNAKES
The searching will take place near the Saipan International Airport from around 6:30 to 11:30 for the next few weeks until March 13.
WHAT TO DO WITH BOXES OF BONES REMAINS AN UNANSWERED QUESTION
Principsal Investigator Mike Fleming spoke at the public hearing Tuesday night, pleasing for the Government and the new developer Best Sunshine to incorporate his findings of 260 human remains with recent discoveries of 416 individuals.