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Dededo landlord upset over 3-week old water leak

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - A major water leak causing an average 1,000 gallons of water to leak onto a Dededo property is stirring up frustration for the landlord. Luis Cabrera runs an apartment building on Mabini Street in the northern village. He says for the past three weeks he has made complaints to the Guam Waterworks Authority and the government hotline, but still no water continues to flow from the government line.

"It's affecting the property because of the flood and also affecting the tenants who have very low (water) pressure that's going to the tenants staying in the apartments," he said.

However, GWA spokesperson Heidi Ballendorf says the agency first needs clearances from the Department of Public Works and GTA before they can make repairs.

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