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WOJA' Wojen Emman
MR. LADDY JACK IS THE COUNCILMAN FROM WOJA WOJJEN EMMAN. Eldest son of Former Senator from Majuro/Ailuk Atoll - Mr. Hemos Jack and Mrs. Rufina N. Jack.
Laddy graduated from Assumption Elementary and High School. Attended college in the mainland USA returned to Majuro and became councilman since early 1990's. He had done lots of great developments in WOJA since he started his council seat.

Developments such as:

New Elementary School
Head Start program
New Dispensary
Senior Citizens projects on Housing accessories
Housing development for low cost for senior citizens -Farmers Home Funds
COLLEGE OF Marshall Islands  EXTENSION PROGRAMS  LOCATED IN WOJA - THIS IS WHERE THE GARMENTS FACTORY WAS PLAN TO OPERATED SOMETIMES IN 2000, UNFORTUNEATELY, THE PLAN DID NOT SUCCESS. HOWEVER, CMI ABLE TO LEASE THIS COMPOUND AND CONVERTED INTO EDUCATIONAL COMPLEXITY. MORE TO COME...
Even private and personal beautifying the WOJA communties to a better shapes...set good examples to citizens of WOJA to rebuild and construct WOJA to a better community for themselves as well as those visitors from other part of Majuro and neighbor islands, especially the Foreign Visitors....

02/22/2002 M.I.J. Editor
 Land Disappearing: A few weeks ago, the Marshall Islands Journal published a photograph of a front loader excavating sand off a beach in Delap and the MIJ pointed out that not much has been done since this issue was publicized at the SOPAC conference a few months ago. There are others that are excavating huge amounts of sand every day. In the Woja district, you have to only walk along the lagoon shore and talk to the landoweners to see one of the destructive effects of this continual dredging. Majuro residents and landowners should know that the sand and the land is disappearing and its going faster than before. On behalf of the Woja district, I have forwarded our concerns in reponse to the EPA's request for comments on the Lojemwa dredging site application. The EPA has heard, now it can respond.  Laddie Jack - Councilman , Woja District

1/18/02 WOJA NEWS
Fresh ideas equals fresh food - Hooray for hydroponic gardening
Jikin kallib eo an CMI im ej jerbal iumin program in na etan MISS ilo Arrak ilo Woja im ear jino ilo October eo 2002 elon jet wonmanlok ko rej loi. (M.I. Journal)