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10 public beaches unsafe this weekend

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by Jason Salas

Guam - If the rain didn't stop you or your family from heading to the beach this weekend, this just might:  there are 10 public beaches throughout the island that the Guam Environmental Protection Agency has rated as too dangerous for the community's use due to bacteria levels.

  • DEDEDO - Tanguisson Beach
  • TAMUNING - East Hagatna Bay/Alupang Towers Beach
  • PITI - Santos Memorial Park, Outhouse Beach
  • AGAT - Bangi Beach, Nimitz Beach
  • UMATAC - Toguan Bay
  • MERIZO - Merizo Pier at Mamaon Channel
  • INARAJAN - Inarajan Bay
  • TALOFOFO - Talofofo Bay
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