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The 56th and current Governor of American Samoa, serving since 2003.
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ENG: Togiola Talalelei A. Tulafono (born February 28, 1947) is the Governor of American Samoa. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He had previously served as Lieutenant Governor, taking this position on January 3, 1997. Tulafono was Lieutenant Governor when, on March 26, 2003, Governor Tauese Pita Fiti Sunia died. He then became Acting Governor, and officially became Governor on April 7, 2003. He was reelected to a full 4-year term in the November 2004 gubernatorial election. Early life Togiola T.A. Tulafono was born on February 28, 1947, in Aunu'u Island, American Samoa. Tulafono was educated in Samoa, attending elementary school in Autu'u and Samoana High School. He attended Chadron State College in the United States, where he earned bachelor's degrees in both political ...
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American Samoa marks 111th Flag Day


The Governor Togiola Tulafono has called on the people of American Samoa to improve on the heritage that their forefathers passed on to ensure a brighter future for tomorrow’s generations. Speaking at the 111th commemoration of the first raising of the United States flag on local soil, the governor paid tribute to the wisdom of the territory’s forefathers who decided to cede the islands of Eastern Samoa to the United States. The governor called on present generations to consider what their gift will be for future generations. ... Source: rnzi on 17 April, 2011


Togiola urges Pacific to treat tuna as a resource like oil


American Samoa’s governor told fisheries ministers and officials meeting in the Marshall Islands that Pacific nations must use their control over lucrative tuna-filled waters to take control of the industry for the benefit of the islands. Togiola Tulafono says tuna is the Pacific’s oil and should be treated it in the same manner as oil producing countries treat their resource. The governor, whose territory hosts one tuna cannery and another that closed last year, delivered the keynote speech to the Parties to the Nauru Agreement - the eight countries that control an ocean ...


Togiola calls for support for American Samoa canneries


The American Samoan Governor, Togiola Tulafono, has urged his directors to do everything they can to help the canneries because the tuna companies provide jobs for the territory. He mentioned StarKist Samoa by name and told directors that if they have an opportunity to help the cannery in their positions as directors, then they should do so. The governor noted that the workers at the lower end of the economic ladder are the ones whose jobs should be protected as they fuel the economy because most of them buy everything locally. In comparison, those in the higher economic bracket ...


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Celebrity Chef “Sam Choy” Showcases Easy-to-Make Gourmet Cuisine Using Locally Grown Produce…
(TAFUNA: Friday, April 19, 2013) - Several members of the business community and the American Samoa Government were at the conference room of the Department of Agriculture (DOA) this afternoon to watch Celebrity Chef Sam Choy cook as they sampled some of the delicious dishes the Chef and the staff of DOA had prepared from locally grown produce. The Celebrity Chef said that there is nothing better than cooking food using the products that are locally grown because it is much healthier and it does not cost a lot of money. Some of the food Sam Choy cooked today using local produce was the chicken curry, papaya-pineapple marmalade, beef stir fry, salad, and his very popular 4 ingredient dressing, all of which were made from vegetables and fruits grown here in American Samoa. Some of the crowd asked Chef Choy about his take on the food that was served during Flag Day—he said the food was great but there was no wow factor. He said if he was in-charge of the menu he would have inco
National Park of American Samoa (NPOAS) Dedicates its New Visitor Center
(PAGO PAGO: Wednesday, April 24, 2013) - A dedication ceremony was held today to officially open the new Visitor Center for the National Park of American Samoa. The Visitor Center features exhibits of various interactive and touchable cultural and traditional artifacts as well as educational models of the islands that make up American Samoa. “The Visitor Center will hopefully be a gateway to the heart of Samoan Life…” said NPOAS Superintendent Jim Bacon during his special remarks. Among those who attended the dedication ceremony were Reverend Fa’atauva’a Aloelua, Governor Lolo Matalasi Moliga and First Lady Cynthia Moliga, Hawaii Pacific Parks Association (HPPA) Board Director Fred Cachola, members of the ASG Cabinet, Federal Government, and business community. “It is our duty to help protect and preserve our environment and culture, because they are divine gifts from God…” said Reverend Aloelua, before he rendered the ceremony’s opening prayer. NPOA Superintendent
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(Utulei, American Samoa) Today the Governor met with attorneys from the Attorney General’s Office, Director of Public Works, and the Chief Procurement Officer, to get an update on the status of the necessary performance and payment bonds for the Airport Road project. It was discovered in May that the contractor, Whitehorn Construction, Inc., had posted forged performance and payment bonds for the $7.9 million project, which is now underway. At the time and pursuant to the contract, Whitehorn was given 20 business days to cure by showing evidence of new, satisfactory bonds, after which it would have an additional 10 business days to actually deliver the original bonds to the Chief Procurement Officer. The initial 20 business days expired at close of business on June 25th. This morning Chief Procurement Office Tiatalaga John Kruse advised the Governor that Whitehorn had failed to provide satisfactory evidence of the new bonds by yesterday’s deadline. Discussion was around whether
DHR Public Notice
The American Samoa Government (ASG) invites public comments on Proposed Amendments to Title IV of the American Samoa Administrative Code (ASAC) in an effort to eliminate policies or practices that violate the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended (FLSA). The intent is to bring Title IV into compliance with the FLSA, so that all ASG employees are compensated as required by the FLSA. Where applicable, amendments were made in accordance with the FLSA and Title 29, parts 500-899, of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).Public comments are invited for a 20-day period commencing on Monday, August 12, 2013 to Saturday, August 31, 2013. The Proposed Amendments to Title IV is available at the Department of Human Resources, 2 www.americansamoa.gov.A public meeting to accept verbal and written comments on the "Proposed Amendments to Title IV" will be held at the Department of Human Resources Conference Room on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at



 
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