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DPW, airport working out Tiyan road

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - The Guam International Airport Authority will contribute 24 acres of land for the Tiyan parkway, but details about where that road will be situated are still being drafted.  The Department of Public Works wrapped up negotiations with the airport as the agency attempts to find the best solution for the access road that's been proposed.

Airport Executive Manager Carlos Salas said, "DPW is coming up with proposals and they are nearing a stage where they can come out and explain that particular alignment that would work for the people of Guam."

Tiyan landowners are waiting to hear where the road will be built, as one of the options would make the parkway run right through their neighborhoods forcing some homes to be demolished and land to be taken away.

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