by Mindy Aguon
Guam - The Guam Economic Development Authority is hoping to provide some financial assistance to businesses adversely impacted by road construction at the tri-intersection in Barrigada. A community outreach is being conducted this evening to provide businesses with insights of what programs GEDA is offering.
GEDA administrator Karl Pangelinan says assurances will be provided that the Calvo Administration is working to assist businesses during the construction period. Senator Tony Ada recently introduced Bill 25 that would provide relief for businesses affected by road repair projects.
The outreach will begin at 6:30 this evening until 8:30 at the Barrigada Mayor's Office.