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A group of local lawmakers yesterday met with the managers of the island's government-run utilities agencies to find out how the military buildup under the draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement would affect Guam's water and power...Martin
The Legislature will hold several other hearings to hear agencies' comments on the draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement June 2 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the Department of Public Works, Guam Power Authority and Guam Waterworks Authority.
With less than 1,000 meters left to replace, the Guam Waterworks Authority is racing toward the finish line to meet its court-ordered deadline. Heidi Ballendorf, utilities spokeswoman, said as of Monday there were 973 Badger meters left to install.
Core Tech International employees last April installed a section of rigid pavement on Marine Corps Drive as part of a $16 million military-funded project to replace the Hagatna Bridge and the section of Marine Corps Drive between the intersections of
Here are examples of rate increases for the various GWA accounts if the true-up is approved. Accounts range from residential customers who use less than 5,000 gallons, residential customers that use more than 5,000, commercial customers, government
Guam Waterworks Authority worker Joseph Benavente yesterday uses a listening device to pinpoint the problem as thousands of gallons of water gushes from cracks in the pavement in Hagatna. The water main break occurred at the Route 4 and O'Brien Drive
The Department of Defense will help the Guam Waterworks Authority find money for upgrades to the northern wastewater treatment plant in addition to the $106.4 million that Congress appropriated for civilian water and wastewater improvements on island,
Guam has electricity to spare to support the power needs of the smaller military buildup, but the military's impact on wastewater infrastructure remains a key issue, according to a local utilities official. Guam wants the military to pay for
An environmental assessment of areas around the Dededo Transfer Station showed high levels of the following chemicals: PCB -- PCB can cause cancer and harm the immune system, the reproductive system, the nervous system and the endocrine system.
Younex Enterprises Corp. will receive a refund of almost $300,000 from the local water company for the scaled-down water services to the Ukudu Workforce Housing and Training Village. Eddy Reyes, operations general manager at Younex, said the company