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This Act provides a definition of “public purpose” applicable wherever that term appears in the constitution, laws. statutes, code, rules and regulations of the Commonwealth, unless otherwise provided for by law. The term “public purpose” shall include, but not be limited to, any purpose which meets one or more of the criteria set out by this Act. The Act also defines a public purpose in relation with the occurance of (natural) disasters.
This Act makes provision for the protection and conservation of public land of Managaha Island.
This Act: makes provision for the establishment of a Commonwealth Zoning Board and the Zoning Advisory Council; defines functions and powers of the Board and the Council; defines duties of the Zoning Administrator; provides for the establishment of Land Use Districts; and makes provision for land use and town and country planning in general.
This Act concerns response and relief in case of man-made or natural disasters and emergencies affecting the Northern Mariana Islands. The Governor-General shall be the principal authority for purposes of response to disasters and emergencies. Disasters shall include flood, water contamination and oil spills. the Governor-general may declare a state of disaster emergency and may make Executive Orders related to the declaration of a state of disaster emergency.