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Abandoned Vehicle Program hitting Yona

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Mayor's Council of Guam reports that the Abandoned Vehicle and White Goods Cleanup Program is expected to start in Yona this Friday. Council executive director Angel Sablan says they will be meeting with the haulers tomorrow to discuss the next steps.

He says so far they estimated collecting more than 500 abandoned vehicles in Barrigada along with tons of loose metals, tires and batteries. He says they have more than one million dollars available to complete the island wide cleanup effort. "If you can't wait for the vehicle program to come to your village then we have the gas bucks that are available at the mayors office; all you have to do is ask for some and then you take your abandoned vehicle or loose metal and bring it to Bali Steel lot near Polaris Point or Global Recycling in Dededo," Sablan explained.

The program is scheduled to move to Tamuning, Tumon and Harmon following Yona.

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