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Motorists urged to follow signs through Yigo

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - While the construction work up north is coming along, Yigo mayor Bob Lizama warns residents to follow construction signs. He says more people are violating these signs more specifically near Payless Supermarkets and the Mobil service station.

Lizama says residents are attempting to make a left turn out of Perez Acres when they're not supposed to, "Following the warning signs is really to their benefit because that's the safety part of why we're doing this. We ask for the public to have patience because although it's taking a little longer - I did talk to public works, the project has been extended for another few more weeks."

In the meantime, the North Guam Signalization Project serving Yigo and Dededo will be completed and energized on Monday, January 3. The project consists of installing new traffic signal systems at Wusstig Road, and at Route 1, Chalan Lujuna.

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