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Tony Babauta to visit with officials

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Interior Assistant Secretary for Insular Areas Tony Babauta will be on island to meet with various government officials.  On Thursday the native son of Guam, from Agat, is scheduled to meet with District Court Chief Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood to discuss the federal receiver that she appointed to carry out the mandates of the Ordot consent decree.  

He is also scheduled to visit the Ordot Dump.  On Friday he will conduct a briefing at Andersen Air Force Base and tour the University of Guam Water and environmental institute drill sites.  On Sunday Babauta will deliver the keynote address at UOG's fall graduation ceremony, and then on Monday he will meet with Governor Felix Camacho and also attend the opening of the Allied Health Center at the Guam Community College.

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