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More public meetings for Draft SEIS

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - For those of you who did not attend this weekend's open house at Okkodo High School for the Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, there are two more public meetings being hosted by the Joint Guam Program Office. You can provide your comments during the next public meeting set for Monday , May 19th from 5-9pm at the Phoenix Center as Father Duenas Memorial School or on Tuesday, May 20th at 5pm at the old McCool School gym in Santa Rita. The Draft SEIS assesses the environmental impacts of the construction and operation of a cantonment, including family housing, and a live-fire training range complex on Guam to support the relocation of approximately 5,000 US Marines and approximately 1,300 family members to Guam. Public comments are being accepted up until June 17th. For more information go to GuamBuildupEIS.us.

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