by Nick Delgado
Guam - Hoping to distinguish village boundaries, Senator Tina Muna Barnes (D) is hosting a roundtable meeting this morning at the Guam Legislature. The senator states that as mayors attempt to serve their villages, they encounter situations in which boundaries between two neighboring villages are not clearly identified.
The discussion hopes to find a remedy in order to enable efficient services, adequate manpower and appropriate allotments. The discussion will include members from the Bureau of Statistics & Planning, Land Management, Public Works and the Mayors Council.
The forum begins at 10 this morning at the Legislature's Public Hearing Room in Hagatna.