Officials used posters and subject-matter experts during public scoping meetings last week to provide information and answer questions for Saipan and Tinian residents. The open-house format meetings, which concluded Friday, facilitated open dialogue regarding proposed alternatives in the CNMI Joint Military Training Environmental Impact Statement and Overseas EIS. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. John Raufmann)
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