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Payless adopts Dededo roadway

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - Payless' Micronesia Mall branch unveiled their roadway adoption sign showcasing their promise to keep our roadways cleaned and maintained, adopting a section of Route 27a on Fatima Road. Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio says this is the second of three roads adopted by Payless Markets, Inc.

"They are putting a sign on each the entrance and the exit of each road. So you know where the roadway adoption begins and ends. Organizations like payless and the lions club yesterday and a number of organizations the Korean Association have all taken on a road responsibility so they will be going up and down the road they're going to be monitoring and cleaning it up along with the community," he said.

These organizations each make a commitment to keeping our island beautiful through wiping out graffiti, maintaining utility poles and sidewalks, and keeping litter off our streets.

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