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Federal officials coming for EIS meetings

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Chairperson of the White House Council on Environmental Quality Nancy Sutley and Assistant Secretary of the Navy Jackalyne Pfannenstiel will visit Guam on July 22-23 to meet with Guam's leaders and community members to discuss the upcoming release of the Guam and CNMI Military Relocation Final Environmental Impact Statement.  They will be joined by Deputy Undersecretary of Defense Dorothy Robyn and representatives from federal agencies involved in the resolution of issues raised throughout the Draft EIS public comment period. 

During the visit, the group will provide a detailed briefing to Lieutenant Governor Mike Cruz, the Guam Legislature, village mayors, and representatives of Government of Guam agencies regarding how the public's concerns have been addressed in the final EIS. Pfannenstiel will also discuss next steps.

The public is invited to a presentation that will be given this Friday at the University of Guam starting at 9 in the morning.

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