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Gov continues weekly village tours

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Calvo Administration continues its walkthrough of the various villages this week, reaching out to the residents hoping to address financial issues they may be having. Governor Eddie Calvo says they will be walking house-to-house in Barrigada and Mongmong-Toto-Maite this week to listen to their concerns including with the traffic delays caused by road construction projects.

The chief executive said, "What we found out in the last visit last week, some of these things don't cost a lot of money to resolve, there are existing programs that are already being made available to the community and for some citizens its making them aware of it and utilizing those contacts so they can move forward in using those services."

Calvo adds he will be continuing his weekly tour of the island's public schools to find out what the department needs to provide an adequate education to the students.

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