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E-Land reaffirms deep commitment to NMI

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(Press Release) — The E-Land Group was among the first private companies to step up and support the Governor’s Council of Economic Advisers’ destination enhancement initiative, reaffirming its continued and deeper commitment to the CNMI.

The E-Land Group, which operates Kensington Hotel Saipan, Pacific Islands Club, and Coral Ocean Golf Resort, signed up with GCEA’s Public Private Partnership program. Under the PPP, which encourages community members to work together in the maintenance and development of parks, landmarks, and tourist sites on Saipan, Rota, and Tinian, the E-Land Group has chosen to adopt Paupau Beach Park. 

“Paupau Beach Park is one of the most beloved and widely visited beach sites on Saipan and E-Land has been taking care of it for visitors and residence’s safety and convenience since 2016. We aspire to cultivate it into a more welcoming, peaceful, pleasant, and family-friendly place,” E-Land/Micronesia Resort Inc. chief executive officer Brian Shin said after his company submitted its project proposal for the continued improvement of Paupau Beach Park.

 Representatives from E-Land, led by E-Land/Micronesia Resort Inc. chief finance officer TK Cho, seated left, join Governor’s Council of Economic Advisers co-chairs Gov. Ralph DLG Torres, seated center, and Jerry Tan for a group photo after formalizing their company’s commitment to GCEA’s Public-Private Partnership initiative a few of months ago. Contributed photo

 

 

E-Land employees and officials participate in cleanup drives and perform maintenance work at Paupau Beach Park.

E-Land will be working on rehabilitating the public restrooms at the park and collaborating with government agencies and other groups in creating waste management plans, including holding regular clean-up drives and launching information campaign on efficient garbage disposal. The company added that these two key projects will allow more people, both residents and tourists, to visit the park and protect the site from frequent deterioration. E-Land also said they are looking into ways on preventing debris from flowing into the ocean for future generations to enjoy the beauty of the islands and to protect marine life.

Site inspection has been conducted at the public restrooms and target date for completion of the rehabilitation project is later this year, while E-Land is looking at implementing its waste management plan beginning in 2021.

For 2022, E-Land is considering utilizing spaces for recreational and educational activities that promote a healthy lifestyle and advocate for environmental protection. The company is proposing to build a volleyball court in place of the make-shift court at Paupau Beach Park and turn a ruined structure into a garden and an idle land into an outdoor workout space.

E-Land is counting on its employees and officials, private and public partners, and visitors of the Paupau Beach Park to help realize the company’s goals for the San Roque site.

“Together, we can.” 

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