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Tom Ada books briefing on military buildup

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Committee Chair on Infrastructure Sen. Tom Ada has scheduled an informational briefing to hear from agencies under his purview. Specifically the veteran policy maker is looking forward to receive assessments of the impact of the military buildup on the island’s roadways, water, and power infrastructure from the Department of Public Works, the Guam Waterworks Authority and the Guam Power Authority. The informational briefing has been scheduled for Monday, June 2nd at 9:00am in the Legislature’s Public Hearing Room.

According to Senator Ada, “the Briefing will focus on discussing the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) from the perspective of GPA, GWA and DPW”. Senator Ada adds, “It’s important that the buildup’s impact on our roadways and utilities is considered as the services they provide affect all members of our community.”

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