Guam - Island residents have until May 31 to comment on the military's Finegayan water utilities project. The construction is part of the Marines relocation. The project includes networks of water lines, ground water storage tanks, a water pump station, fire hydrants, treatment, chlorination and testing.
Comments are being accepted as part of the requirements of the Programmatic Agreement which guides how historical properties are to be handled. According to a report on the project the area is believed to have been extensively used and possibly inhabited for at least 1,000 years during the Latte and Spanish Periods to the present.
Two historic properties were identified within the project footprint.