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Guma Trankilidat renovations see slight delay

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Phase One of a four-phase renovation at Guma Trankilidad is seeing a slight delay according to the agency's director Michael Duenas these delays were due in part to the weather and the acquisition of certain materials that must be ordered off island. Despite the delays Duenas says they are getting ready to proceed with renovations to five units to ensure they are compliant with accessibility standards.

"That renovation work was supposed to have started earlier this month but there have been some delays and I believe today we are notifying the residents the affected residents they will have to be temporarily relocated," he said.

These residents will be moved into the residential manager's unit for about three to five days as work is being done on their units.

Additional health and safety renovations will include making the common areas such as the restrooms and community center accessible, and replacing walk way lights and street lights. The anticipated completion is set for September 22nd however Duenas says they are reassessing the timeline. 

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