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Highway Traffic Safety official reviews Guam's roads

by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - A representative from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is on Guam this week as part of a tri-annual review of Guam's highway safety programs.

Deputy regional administrator William Kootsikas says his visit will include a program and financial review of the various highway safety operations and ensuring funds are utilized and programs are implemented properly.

"This is our third one over nine years and six years ago when we first came out, there was some problems in Guam that we had with financial records but right now the last review, they have a clean bill of health and as we're going through this review, we're seeing nothing but good things out of the files and review we're doing," he said.

Kootsikas meanwhile was also presented a legislative resolution today by Senator Tommy Morrison not only commending him for his work with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration but congratulating him on his retirement later this year.

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