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Layon work coming along, says GBB

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Federal receiver Gershman, Brickner & Bratton principal associate David Manning says the construction of the landfill at Layon is coming along smoothly. While there have been minor delays due to remains found in the area not too long ago, he says those issues were addressed. He says he doesn't expect any major delays during these next few months.

"From a funding standpoint, we feel we're in good shape," he shared.  "In fact, we're under budget in terms of the funding cost, so we're very pleased with that. From a standpoint of other delays certainly weather conditions, unexpected things that unearthing artifacts or human remains that no one knew was there are potential."

The Ordot Dump is expected to close and the Layon landfill open by Summer 2011.

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