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MARIANAS Visitors Authority board chair Marian Aldan-Pierce has asked MVA management to start looking for a new office location.

She noted that the lease for the current MVA office on Beach Road in San Jose will expire in April next year.

MVA, she added, should consider renovating one of the government-owned buildings on Capital Hill or moving into one of the now empty buildings in Garapan.

Last year, the CNMI museum board authorized MVA to construct a new office building on museum property. The project, however, may require a substantial amount of funding that the financially distressed CNMI government does not have.

MVA Managing Director Priscilla Iakopo said there are three vacant government buildings on Capital Hill, but they need to be renovated.

Aldan-Pierce said the ideal location for new office of MVA is Garapan, which is the main tourism district of the island.

MVA should consider opening at least a small office in Garapan, she added.
Perhaps American Memorial Park could provide office space for MVA, she said.

“But realistically, so we would not be kicked out, it would be great to get a permanent office at one of the government-owned buildings on Capital Hill,” she added.

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