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We Are Guahan plans community wave event

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - The group formed to educate the public about the impacts of the military buildup will hold a wave tomorrow at the ITC intersection in Tamuning. We Are Guahan's Victoria Leon Guerrero is encouraging the public to come out and show their support.

The organization contends that the Final Environmental Impact Statement released last week goes to show that the public comments on the Draft EIS were ignored.  "I think the most important message we are going to send tomorrow and that our community should keep in mind is that this is our island this is our future, and just because the military has their plans for the buildup doesn't mean we can't have our own vision for our future that we can't create what we want to see for our children."

Friday's wave is from 4 in the afternoon to 6:30pm.

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