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We Are Guahan plans next public meeting

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - With property near Pagat and along Route 15 still under consideration as a possible site of a firing and training range for the U.S. Marines, We Are Guahan is holding a public meeting tonight to allow the community an opportunity to voice their opposition to the military proposing to use the property.

Coalition member Victoria Leon Guerrero says they are hoping to bring people together who want to ensure they preserve the cultural value of the property. The meeting will be held at 6pm at the Guam Legislature's Public Hearing Room. 

Meanwhile, members of the White House Council on Environmental Quality are scheduled to be on Guam this week and on Friday are expected to tour Pagat.

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