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Marine Corps requests buildup feedback

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Mayors Council of Guam is working with the U.S. Marine Corps to get feedback from the community regarding the military buildup. Council Executive Director Angel Sablan says the surveys are available at the village mayor's offices to allow residents to provide input on how various community outreaches should be handled.

He says the outreach would allow those living on and off the base to build a better relationship with each other. "It's good that they are trying to do this so that when the marines are finally here we'll be knowing what they are doing on a daily basis, the community involvement that they can participate in, how best the villages especially up north can get together with the Marines and be integrated with one another," Sablan said.

Sablan adds the survey allows residents to voice their concerns about the Marines' relocation from Okinawa. The surveys can be found online at GuamMarines.us.

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