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Additional Closures

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Several events are being cancelled as a result of the impeding tropical storm. Here’s the latest announcements provided to KUAM:

-All weekend activities, including unit training assembly or drill for the Guam National Guard is CANCELLED.  Due to the impending storm, the Guam National Guard has also cancelled this weekend’s 5K Run/Walk and all TAG Cup Events. Maj. Gen. Benny M. Paulino, The Adjutant General for the Guam National Guard, wants to ensure the safety of our Airmen, Soldiers and their Families during this storm.

-BankPacific Guam offices will close today at 3:00pm.  This early Friday closure is to provide time for our employees to prepare their homes, properties and families for the impending storm. BankPacific’s business hours on Saturday July 12, 2014, which are normally 9:00am to 12:00pm for our Hagatna, Hagat and Dededo offices, will be dependent upon storm conditions.

-All Coast360 Federal Credit Union locations will be closed on Friday, July 11, 2014 at 3:00pm.  Saturday operations are pending further information of the storm’s progress.  

-All First Hawaiian Bank Branches on Guam -- Maite, Dededo and Tamuning-- will close early today at 3:00 p.m. due to the threat of a tropical storm. Guam Governor Eddie Baza Calvo has declared Guam in Condition of Readiness 2 and residents are being asked to monitor updates on the storm through tomorrow. Branches will remain closed until an all clear has been delivered by the Governor.

-GWA upper Tumon office are now closed in preparation for the storm.  “All of our personnel right now are in storm preparedness activities and hopefully these actions will ensure that water will stay on throughout the storm”, said Heidi Ballendorf spokesperson for the utility. 

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