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We Are Guahan publishes "Grey Papers"

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The We Are Guahan Coalition has released "The Grey Papers", noting concerns from the Department of Education and the Guam Visitors Bureau.  DOE noted a need for up to 532 more teachers with the anticipated increase in students, while GVB predicts will reduce the number of tourists coming to Guam by about 80,000.

We Are Guahan member Leevin Camacho says the grey papers is a project that compiles the concerns that Government of Guam agencies have raised about the buildup.  "It's analysis," said member Attorney Leevin Camacho.  "And I think that people haven't really taken a look at the others way that the buildup is going to affect us, you know traffic, what do we mean in concrete terms of the traffic, tourism is another thing, there's news about the 18,000 workers that are going to be housed near Tamuning you know, what type of impact is that going to have on our tourism industry."

To view The Grey Papers log onto WeAreGuahan.com.

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