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Consultant hired for DEIS help

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Civilian Military Task Force's Natural Resources Subcommittee held its monthly meeting at Adelup this morning. Evangeline Lujan says the group hired consultant Michael Ham through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration using federal dollars to help the subcommittee sift through the critical issues relating to the Draft Environmental Impact Statement.

"Our Natural Resources Committee has been doing different projects within the last 3 years. One was to come up with a natural resource strategy; we are developing a compensatory mitigation policy," said Lujan.

She added that the public is invited to attend the subcommittee's monthly meetings, which are held every second Wednesday of the month at 9am in Adelup.

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