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Statement issued on Programmatic Agreement

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Guam Preservation Trust issued a joint statement with We Are Guahan and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Chief program officer Joe Quinata regarding the Programmatic Agreement.

"We're seeing that the alternate sites for firing ranges have not been addressed. It is the fundamental of what the lawsuit is about. It's been what the community has been asking for, what the Guam Preservation Trust has been asking for in over the last year. And we feel that the programmatic agreement did not address that," Quinata told KUAM News.

Quinata says there are still many steps that need to be done in order for Governor Calvo to fulfill the dream to save Pagat Village. He says he's hoping with the governor's visit to DC, the voices of the people of Guam are heard.

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