by Nick Delgado
Guam - The Consolidated Commission on Utilities is meeting with officials from the Department of Defense this week to continue going over the details of power, water and wastewater impacts relating to the military buildup. CCU chairperson Simon Sanchez says the military still plans to be a customer of local utility companies.
"We don't expect to really confirm things until Japan makes it official as to their support for the move that we all suspect is going to occur," said Sanchez.
He says the concern now is to ensure that the water and wastewater plans are in place to accommodate the population growth.