ASCC auditorium showing chairs set up for social distancing
Screen shot from last week’s presentation by the American Samoa Community College showing chairs set up for social distancing for student registration at the ASCC Auditorium. [photo: FS]  
Road patch and potholes Kokoland Road
More pothole photos from the Fagaima-Kokoland area. This one from the Kokoland Road, as road conditions in Fagaima and Kokoland have become deplorable and unsafe. Tualauta Reps. Larry Sanitoa and Sam Meleisea are calling on Public Works to assist with fixing them.  [photo: Rep. Meleisea]
Park closed sign and red construction fencing along the shoreline
“PARK CLOSED” signs are posted at Suigaula o le Atuvasa beach park at Utulei — as seen in this Samoa News photo on Tuesday — due to ongoing shore-line protection work being carried out for the past several weeks. In addition,some of the small faleo’o have been taken down with only the roofs remaining on the site, with one faleo’o still standing, [photo: Leua Aiono Frost]
Potholes on the Fagaima road
Just two of the new potholes on Fagaima Road seen yesterday, as road conditions in Fagaima and Kokoland have become deplorable and unsafe. Tualauta Reps. Larry Sanitoa and Sam Meleisea have called on Public Works to assist with fixing them. [photo: Rep. Meleisea]

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Washington, D.C. — The US Secretary of Interior David L. Bernhardt announced last week the annual economic benefit of the national parks to the U.S. and local economies for the year 2019. According to the report, in 2019 about 60 thousand park visitors spent an estimated $3.6 million — an increase...
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