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Committee holding hearings on stray animal roundups

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - As stray animals continue to pose a problem on island, Yigo mayor Rudy Matanane announced that the Committee on Stray Animal and Round Up will conduct a series of public hearings on the issue. Matanane stresses that this proposal is vital to promote the health, safety and general welfare of the residents of Guam by reducing the number of stray animals.

All village meetings are scheduled for 6pm with the first being held on August 14 at the Yigo Senior Citizen Center, the second on August 21 at the Agana Heights Mayor's Office, and the last on September 18 at Yona Senior Citizen Center.

For more information, you can call 653-5248 or 653-9446.
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