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Improvements coming to public parks

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - Residents can expect to see some changes at popular parks throughout the island.

Funded through Hotel Occupancy Tax bonds, Parks & Recreations director Ray Blas says there's $1.9 million to be spent to give popular tourist and local hangouts a much needed facelift.

"We're doing a facelift on all these parks and fixing anything that's rusted or broken we will be replacing and also we'll be giving a facelift to the landscape," he said.

Already work has started on the Alupang Beach Cove Park along East Agana area to replace rusted gates and fencing as well as treetrimming. Work will also be done to the Angel Santos Latte Stone Park, Fish Eye Park, Nimitz Beach, and Cetti and Cella Bay. A total of nine parks will be addressed with HOT bonds.
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