BY MEGHAN HICKEY
The deliberation of House Local Bill 20-14 has the Office of the Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands keeping close watch.
The bill, introduced in May 2017 by Rep. Lorenzo I. Deleon Guerrero, would “require all property owners that hold blighted properties within the island of Saipan to be held accountable to secure and maintain abandoned, vacant and blighted properties; and for other purposes.” The bill affects “quite a few” public and private lands, Deleon Guerrero told the Journal, and has already sparked action for some property owners who have been . . .
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