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Impact hearings set for public safety, utilities, and roads

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Want to know more about the military buildup? The Guam Legislature will be holding a series roundtables starting over the next two weeks on the impacts the military buildup would have on public safety agencies, our utilities and our roadways. Vice Speaker BJ Cruz's Committee on General Government Operations will hold the first roundtable tomorrow at 9:30 in the morning starting with the Guam Police Department. Thereafter, a set of 30-minute sessions will continue with the Guam POST Commission, the Department of Corrections, Guam Parole Board, Port Police, Airport Police and the Customs and Quarantine Agency. The following week on June 2nd, Senator Tom Ada's Committee on Infrastructure will hold an informational briefing with the Guam Power Authority, the Guam Waterworks Authority and the Department of Public Works on their assessment the buildup would have their agencies. You can see a full schedule of the hearings on GuamLegislature.com.
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