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Anigua-Hagatna lane closed

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GWA announces scheduled lane closure Monday March 12, 2018 thru Friday March 16, 2018 from 9:00am to 4:00pm.

Village: Anigua and Agana.

Areas affected: North and Southbound lanes from Anigua Staywell Insurance towards Agana Chamorro village.

GWA Wastewater crews will be conducting inspections to main sewer lines.

GWA advises drivers to please use caution while in the vicinity.

GWA thanks the public for their patience and understanding.

For more information on the lane closure contact GWA’s 24/7 phone line at 646-4211 or log onto www.guamwaterworks.org or like us on at www.facebook.com/guamwaterworksauthority

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