by Krystal Paco
Guam - Vinyl signs in the island's tourist hotspot are being addressed. According to Department of Public Works director Joanne Brown, the agency is partnering with the Guam Visitors Bureau to combat unnecessary signage in Tumon.
She told KUAM News, "We've agreed to work with GVB and their initiative because DPW does control the rights-of-way access where a number of these signs are located; to start standardizing what those signs are and that they're complying with the signage laws."
GVB had distributed letters to Tumon vendors to remove vinyl signage in front of shops that often promote specials.