Bill Passed Giving Mayors Money For Village Improvements

$200,000 to Fund Village Improvements Passes Unanimously
September 3, 2015 – Hagåtña, Guam – Bill 122-33 receives unanimous support by the Guam Legislature. The bill will provide the mayors with $200,000 to improve one park, attraction, or mural in their villages. The $200,000 will be appropriated from the Fiscal Year 2014 Hotel Occupancy Tax Surplus Fund to the Guam Visitor’s Bureau. 

“More tourists are venturing outside of Tumon, we want each mayor to showcase or highlight an existing attraction in their villages, especially as we prepare for the Festival of the Pacific Arts,” says Senator Tina Rose Muña Barnes.

She further states, “I’m pleased this received unanimous support at the Guam Legislature, we want every person on Guam to enjoy and take pride in the attractions available in their villages.”
For more information please contact the Office of Senator Muña Barnes at 472-3455/6.