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GWA readies for sit-down with feds

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Representatives from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will be on island next week to meet with the Guam Waterworks Authority.  Discussions will focus on the stipulated order and the necessary improvements to infrastructure that are needed for the military buildup. 

Consolidated Commission on Utilities chairman Simon Sanchez says the projects for the buildup will also coincide with a new consent decree that's being drafted between the federal agencies and GWA. The agency will also meet with Department of Defense and Japanese government officials in two weeks to further discussions on utility infrastructure needs on the island.

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