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Mayors getting litter citation training

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Island mayors, vice mayors and municipal council members will undergo litter citation enforcement training. Mayors Council president Angel Sablan says the judiciary will provide the training to empower them to issue citations to litter bugs found in their villages.

"We all know there's a lot of litter illegal dumping going around the island and EPA, God bless their hearts, they don't have enough people to go around and monitor all these places," Sablan explained. "So it's going to work for each village to have someone that is able to issue these citations and we're gonna be serious about it."

In the, meantime the islandwide cleanup efforts continue in the village of Yona. Tumon-Tamuning-Harmon are next on the list of villages to be cleaned up.

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