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DPW reports on progress of road to Layon

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Department of Public Works in its weekly status report to the District Court detailed the status of the roadway heading to the Layon landfill. The report states that a contractor for the Ylig Bridge submitted a value engineering change proposal, and that the temporary bridge should be in place by the end of June.

As for the Togcha and Talofofo bridges, the report states that phase one of the contractual opening date is set for early August, but that they are working with the contractor to get it done sooner. The report notes that upgrades to the area from the Togcha River to the Ipan Beach Park will go out for bid this summer and is expected to be completed towards the end of this year.

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