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Barrier being installed for historic Inarajan site

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Ask and you shall receive. That's the case for Inarajan Mayor Franklin Taitague, who raised concerns about a historical structure in his village. The former community center and school is dilapidated and has become a hazard for his constituents. 

Department of Public Works engineers visited the historic site today and committed to install a barrier.  Cost estimates are expected by Friday with the barrier to be installed before the end of the month. 

As for the structure, DPW will leave that up to the Guam Historic Preservation Trust to determine if it will assist with restoration efforts.

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