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Calvo says his main concern is any delay in the buildup

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - In response to Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo's letter on HR-4402, Governor Eddie Calvo says his main concern is any further delay in the buildup.

"By the way this EIS is a little different because we have more than one option there is also the other options but the preferred alternative is the only one that involves federal government properties properties that are now owned by Fish and Wildlife which is again a point of contention now but the options that are on the table with that EIS would require taking properties owned by the people of Guam so those as far as I'm concerned are not preferred options I'm hopeful and optimistic from what I've seen in particular to the areas for protecting our wildlife and endangered species," he said.

When asked whether he supports HR-4402, Governor Calvo says he's in support of moving this military buildup forward.
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