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Military & Mangilao mayor clean up other people's trash

By Troy Torres


Call 300-4751/2 Monday to Friday during working hours to report people littering on the road or dumping trash where they're not supposed to. Those numbers are to the Guam Environmental Protection Agency, which will dispatch people to investigate and get citations and fines issued against violators.


There's just too much trash and disrespect on this island! It is so embarrassing that guests of our island - the military - are cleaning up after slobs at our beaches, roadways, and hiking trails. Don't know what to do with your empty can of Miller Lite, when you're at the beach or hiking? Stop drinking in the hot sun; it's disgusting and makes you stink. Have no idea what to do with your cigarette butt when you're driving? Put it out in your mouth and swallow it before you pollute our island further.


For the umpteenth time, volunteers from the U.S. military, along with Mangilao Mayor Allan Ungacta and his staff had to clean the Thousand Steps hiking trail. Thank you to the mayor, his staff, and volunteers, and to the men and women of the U.S.S. Frank Cable, who took time out of their Friday and Saturday schedule to beautify our island. See pictures below:



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Elilai
Elilai
10 mai 2021


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