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Guam - The Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority is preparing to renovate their main headquarters in Sinajana.


The structure is over three decades old and according to director Michael Duenas it's the only two story building he knows of that when it rains leaks on the first floor. "We just recently completed the repairs to the roof it cost us about $28,000 we have issued a invitation to bid to renovate the rest of the building the interior space we hope to be able to at that at the end of August," he said.


In the interim Duenas says that they are looking at options to continue to provide service when construction starts to include phased renovations and possibly a temporary office at the site. Once completed Duenas adds that safety, privacy and efficiency will be increased for patrons and staff.