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Navy hosting public meeting on PA

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - The Navy is hosting a public meeting tonight to allow for comments on the Programmatic Agreement. Deputy Secretary of the Navy on Environment Don Schregardus and Advisory Council to Historic Preservation's Carol Hall are on island. Guam State Historic Preservation Officer Lynda Aguon has refused to sign the PA, citing a lack of public input and says the Council was disappointed the Programmatic Agreement was not signed before the Record of Decision was issued. 

The public meeting on the PA will be held from 5-8pm at Okkodo High School in Dededo.  For the time being, you can view the Draft PA at HistoricGuam.org.

After tonight's meeting, on Friday they are set to meet with several indigenous rights groups including Fuetsan Famalao'an and The Chamorro Tribe.

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