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Public feedback sought on Marine relocation plans

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The public has until September 14th to comment on Programmatic Agreement Memos for three separate Marine Corps relocation projects. The first is the Finegayan forest enhancement project that would entail the construction of perimeter fencing at the Naval Base Guam Telecommunications Site.

The second is a water well development-design and construction project for proposed water well facilities at Andersen Air Force Base. The third project includes the construction of 12 earth covered magazines and two ordinance pads at the Yigo base.

While the military has determined that these projects will have no adverse effects to historic properties, residents can review the proposed projects at the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific Cultural Information website and may submit comments by emailing criwebcomment@navy.mil.

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