Guthertz rushes to aide Barrigada businesses - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Guthertz rushes to aide Barrigada businesses

Posted: Updated:

by Nick Delgado

Guam - Senator Judi Guthertz is calling on Governor Felix Camacho to address the concerns of small business owners affected by the ongoing road construction throughout the island. Several businesses along the tri-intersection area of Barrigada are concerned that the construction has caused a decrease in revenue and may result in their company closing their doors.

In a letter to the governor, Senator Guthertz writes, "It seems that the Department of Public Works and their contractors have either turned a blind eye or failed to plan properly - if at all - to ensure that the impact of construction on surrounding businesses would be minimal."

She also urged Adelup to execute a viable solution to resolve the issue as well as take some time to visit these businesses.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Bankrupt Archdiocese announces reorganization plan

    Bankrupt Archdiocese announces reorganization plan

    The Archdiocese of Agana held a press conference this morning at the Chancery to announce it officially filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in the District Court of Guam. Ford Elsaesser, a member of the Archdiocese of Agana’s legal team, said there wereMore >>
    The Archdiocese of Agana held a press conference this morning at the Chancery to announce it officially filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in the District Court of Guam. Ford Elsaesser, a member of the Archdiocese of Agana’s legal team, said there wereMore >>
  • Guam Education Board seeks solution to break-ins

    Guam Education Board seeks solution to break-ins

    Roundtable discussions on school safety are nothing new. A week marked by break-ins at Simon Sanchez High School and FB Len Guerrero Middle School, now has Guam Education Board officials tackling more safety concerns. “Obviously this is another issuMore >>
    Roundtable discussions on school safety are nothing new. A week marked by break-ins at Simon Sanchez High School and FB Len Guerrero Middle School, now has Guam Education Board officials tackling more safety concerns. “Obviously this is another issuMore >>
  • Branch: no legislative funds spent on CNMI trip

    Branch: no legislative funds spent on CNMI trip

    Executive Director of the 35th Guam Legislature Carlo Branch said no legislative funds were spent on a recent Legislative trip to the CNMI inauguration. "I can confirm that no legislative funds have been requested or provided by any office as of today,&rdMore >>
    Executive Director of the 35th Guam Legislature Carlo Branch said no legislative funds were spent on a recent Legislative trip to the CNMI inauguration. "I can confirm that no legislative funds have been requested or provided by any office as of today,&rdMore >>
Powered by Frankly