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Roundtable on military buildup Thursday

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Legislature will be holding a roundtable discussion tomorrow on the military buildup.  Expected to attend are officials from Homeland Security, Office of Civil Defense and Guam Customs and Quarantine.

Chairperson of the Committee on the Military Buildup and Homeland Security, Senator Judi Guthertz, called for the meeting to allow the agencies to tell the Legislative Branch of the Government of Guam what they need to prepare for the arrival of U.S. Marines from Okinawa. The meeting will be held tomorrow at 3pm in the Public Hearing Room.

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