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Cleanup in Yona should resume Monday

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Yona residents wondering what's up with the village cleanup: there's a minor setback to report. Mayors Council of Guam President Angel Sablan explained the delay, saying, "We are still in Yona; it's been on hold for the last week because we were waiting for GSA to complete the bid process for the haulers. And that has been done, so it's now a matter deciding which haulers will give the hauling project to."

Sablan says by the end of the week they should decide which hauler they'll go with and the cleanup project should resume in Yona on Monday.

In the meantime, the contract with Bali Steel ends in November. According to Sablan, they plan to put out a new bid ahead of time to prevent further delays.

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