by Nick Delgado
Guam - DPW oversight chair Senator Tom Ada is raising concern with the traffic signals around the island. In a letter to the DPW director, Ada points out that the traffic lights mainly up north are only allowing less than five vehicles at a time to proceed.
He says this has been an issue residents have been bringing up since the islandwide black out three weeks ago. Ada wants to know why the problem was not addressed last Friday, as promised.
In the meantime, DPW director Andy Leon Guerrero says he has not yet reviewed the senator's letter and that they are still working to fix the issue.