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Route 2 work issues being resolved

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Department of Public Works is meeting with the Guam Environmental Protection Agency as part of the process to finalize the new contract for the Route 2 Agat-Umatac Culvert and Slide Repair Project. DPW Director Joanne Brown says before the new contractor is announced her agency is working with GEPA to ensure all environmental concerns are addressed.  

Construction has been at a stand still for the past couple of months after DPW fired Hubtech International for multiple local and federal violations. Brown anticipates announcing the new contractor for the road project by the end of this week.

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