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Calvo comments on meeting with feds

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Governor Eddie Calvo in his weekly address to the people of Guam talked about his recent talks with high ranking military officials that were on Guam last week to discuss the military buildup. The Governor said by the time they were done talking the Navy was immediately prepared to make fair and reasonable concessions.

The governor adding they're not taking Pagat village, "They're not even affecting it or restricting access".  In terms of the island's long standing issues such as war reparations, visa waiver and compact impact, the Governor noted the Department of Defense will partner and help us get what we want. Finally the governor in his address talked about moving forward in the return of excess federal land.

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