by Ken Quintanilla
Guam - For those of you who live in the northern part of Guam and either dodge or drive through the rough patches along Marine Corps Drive once you past the Wusstig Road intersection, will be happy to hear that Governor Eddie Calvo today issued the notice of intent to award the Route 1 Resurfacing Project to Nippo Corporation. The resurfacing also includes parts of Marine Corps Drive in Asan and Piti.
The road improvements include the replacement of markers and other safety trimmings. The project is federally funded and should be completed in April 2015.
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