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Latte of Freedom project has setbacks

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Setbacks in construction have resulted in the delayed opening of the Latte of Freedom exhibit.  The large latte stone is being constructed behind the Governor's Complex at Adelup, and construction was expected to be completed two months ago. 

The Latte of Freedom is the dream of the late governor Ricky Bordallo.  It will be connected to the former Hafa Adai Pavilion, which will be called the Hall of Governors.

Latte of Freedom Foundation member Attorney Jay Arriola told KUAM News, "We're still on track for hopefully an opening early next year, and the Latte Foundation continues to meet and we'll be meeting shortly with our chairwoman when she gets back and make final plans for a grand opening and it will be grand."

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