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Rep. Camacho plans to build new park

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REPRESENTATIVE Joel Camacho said he will pursue his plan to create a beautiful park in Precinct 4.

“We have to work hard during these trying times to give our people hope and to promote activity,” he added.

Funding for the park will come from the Saipan and Northern Islands Legislative Delegation, he said.

On Monday, Camacho and his staffers conducted a land clearing activity at the Capital Hill sports complex.

 Rep. Joel Camacho’s staff members install a new net at the tennis court on Capital Hill. 

Rep. Joel Camacho’s staff members replace an old basketball hoop net in As Matuis. Contributed photos

He said he wants to provide children with a safe area for softball games and an accessible park.

“I am also aiming to rebuild a volleyball court with benches, install a children's climbing wall, some swings and exercise  bars,” he said, adding that he will likewise plant trees in the area.

Camacho thanked Saipan Mayor David M. Apatang, the mayor’s  staff members and the government permitting agencies for helping him in the land clearing program.

He said he is now working on the Tanapag Beach Park welcome sign, which he expects to be completed this week. “My birthday gift is giving back to this great community! It is a privilege and an honor serving our people,” he added.

Camacho turned 33 on June 22, 2020.

 

 

 

 

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