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Bordallo meets with Ritidian families

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam – As part of Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo's listening tour, she also met with Ritidian landowners and families yesterday at her office following a teleconference this past month. Christopher Bejado says HR4402 has brought to light the land claims issues many Ritidian landowners have been facing.

He said, "We still are against HR4402 because in a way that is a coffin in the nail for us regarding our land claims at Ritidian regardless of whether our issue is with DOI you never know, the military is going to do what they want with a lot of the buildup that is going to occur on the island."

He says the meeting was positive as Bordallo has continued to listen to the landowners concerns however he cannot support her measure as he believes it will negatively impact the Ritidian families.

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