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Mangilao can drop junk cars at mayor’s office

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Mangilao mayor Nito Blas encourages all residents in the village to drop off their abandoned vehicles and white goods to his office. The Abandoned Vehicle Program is now up and running and Blas is encouraging people to take advantage of it.

"Bali Steel and the other company will be coming and collecting from the back of my office. I just hope that EPA will not come here and fine me for using it temporarily. I just want to make it easy to the people to clean their space and bring it here. It's open," the mayor explained.

Blas says if you don't have the means to transport any of your goods from your home to the mayor's office, he says you can contact him directly and he will schedule a day and time for pickup.

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