by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Late last month half of a 50-pound Japanese World War II land bomb was discovered, stopping construction at the site for the new Guam Museum in Hagatna.
Although the other half of the bomb was not found, Department of Chamorro Affairs president Joseph Cameron says work will continue without delays.
"The governor has asked that we move with due diligence so that we can reach and meet our deadline of the grand opening in December 2014," he said.
The Navy's Explosive Ordnance Team determined the bomb was harmless because there was no explosive in it. Cameron suspects the other half could be located across the street at the Paseo De Susana.