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american samoa historic preservation office

Pago Pago High Chief Pulu Ae Ae Jr. holds up a sign that reads: “Gov. Lolo: Stop abusing your executive power"
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — For the past week, protestors have been posted in front of the Fagatogo malae, publicly voicing their opposition to Governor Lolo Matalasi Moliga’s approval of the laying of a huge concrete slab in front of the Pavilion. Fagatogo resident, Macy Faagata Woo Ching is at...
Dear Editor, A simple request turned into a 13-month campaign to pressure a senior 61 y/o employee to resign or retire from her position as an archaeological technician in the American Samoa Historic Preservation Office.  In May 2018, this employee was hired and  tasked to reconstruct or restore a...
Dear Editor, Vile practices are perpetuated by unchecked leaders in ASG. A long standing and ongoing problem has been brewing in this office. A problem that hindered progress and creating a negative impact on the daily productivity and operation of this office. This is about an employee trying to...
Luki Te'etai Tuitasi and the crew from Public Works are shown in the Oct 2017 Samoa News file photo preparing the area in front of the Jean P. Hayden Museum, for the construction of a new 2-story structure that will provide more storage, office and display space for the Jean P. Hayden Museum. [photo: Blue Chen-Fruean]
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The Jean P. Hayden Museum, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, will be getting a much needed facelift after the American Samoa Historic Preservation Office (ASHPO) got the green light to reprogram $50,000 from its FY 2016 grant funding to carry...