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JFK community plans latest protest

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The JFK High School community wants some answers from the Government of Guam when it comes to the construction of the new campus. Students and teachers have scheduled a protest for tomorrow afternoon. According to teacher Angelo Andres, they've heard promises publicly made by government officials on a groundbreaking date scheduled for this month, but he says nothing has been discussed since then.

He told KUAM News, "We feel that it might probably be pushed aside again. There might be some things that are happening that we aren't aware of. The only thing we want to do, if there's something that is delaying this process, just let us know. It's one thing to say that groundbreaking may happen in July and put our hopes up again."

The protest is scheduled from 3-5pm tomorrow at the old JFK campus in Upper Tumon.

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