Guam – The Chalan Pago-Ordot Village Newsletter is issued by Chalan Pago-Ordot Mayor Jessy Gogue.
Ordot-Chalan Pago Village Newsletter, June 19
1. “BIBA” SAN JUAN BAUTISTA: Ordot’s San Juan Bautista Catholic Church celebrates their patron saint, this Saturday, June 21st. If you would like to find out the details regarding their fiesta schedule, you can call our office or contact the church at 472-8341.
2. PRINCESS ANGELIKA GOMBAR: In partnership with Victims Advocate Reaching Out (VARO) and the Guam Veterans’ Motorcycle Club, the Mayor’s Office co-sponsored Angelika Gombar (resident of Ordot) as a Queen Candidate for this year’s Liberation Festivities. After last night’s counting of their raffle tickets sold, Princess Angelika placed 4th among the candidates competing for this year’s crown. The results of last night’s counting:
Title Name Village Sponsor
70th Liberation Queen Billi-Jo Guzman Santa Rita Santa Rita Mayor’s Office
Royal Princess Samantha Mazzei Barrigada Barrigada Mayor’s Office
1st Runner-Up Rebekah Delgado Mangilao Mangilao Mayor’s Office
Princess Angelika Gombar Ordot VARO/Ordot-Chalan Pago Mayor’s Office
Princess Asia Nededog Agat Agat Mayor’s Office
Princess Jaleen Mesa Agana Heights Agana Heights Athletes Association
Princess Brianna Tenorio Sinajana Sinajana Mayor’s Office
And, since the raffle ticket sales continues to be a fundraising effort for VARO, you can still purchase raffle tickets from the Mayor’s Office and enter a chance to win the Grand Prize: $10,000.00.
3. 70TH LIBERATION CARNIVAL: The Mayors’ Council of Guam has officially opened this year’s Liberation Carnival. The Carnival is open from: 6pm to Midnight, Sundays thru Thursdays and, 6pm to 2am on Fridays & Saturdays. For your “peace-of-mind” and to ensure that your experience at the Carnival is an enjoyable one, please DO NOT LEAVE VALUABLE ITEMS in your vehicle. Additionally, carnival parking at the Barrigada Post Office is discouraged; vehicles have been towed.
4. SCHEDULED POWER OUTAGES: The Guam Power Authority (GPA) has scheduled power outages for next week Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, throughout different areas in Chalan Pago. Notices of these scheduled power outages have been included with this newsletter and, a separate reminder will be published by our office, next week. Please share this information with family and friends living in these areas.
5. JOURNEY STORIES: Please review the flier included with our newsletter, “Journey Stories_Sindalu_(Smithsonian Exhibit)”, for the dates and locations of this traveling display. This display is a pictorial of Chamorro Journeys in the U.S. Military.
6. ASSUALT: The Guam Police Department responded to a call on Sunday at the Frank Perez Beach Park in Pago Bay, at approximately 8pm. It appears that an elderly male individual visited our park on Father’s Day, by himself, which escalated into an altercation with other persons at the Pago Bay Park during this time period. This male individual suffered injuries to his face, which was initially treated by responders from the Guam Fire Department before being transported to GMH for further treatment of his injuries. Although, I have not been provided with any additional information regarding this incident, I would like to advise ALL of our residents to be safe when you go out in the evening. If you are going to visit remote areas throughout our Island or stop in areas with limited lighting, you should do so with a group of family and or friends. At a minimum, travel in pairs and always be aware of your surroundings.
7. BURGLARIES & THEFT OF PROPERTY: Two (2) “Theft of Property” were reported in the past week: One, off Route 4 and, another, in the Santa Cruz area. Once again, crime has NO BOUNDARIES and can occur in random areas throughout our District. Your help is needed and, I humbly seek the assistance of ALL residents; asking each of you be vigilant and watchful of our community and report any unusual activities occurring in your area. If you believe that you have credible information regarding the person or persons victimizing our Villages, please step forward and help us identify who these individuals are. Your active support is the only “real solution” that will put a stop to the crime plaguing our Island
.8. GUAM CRIME STOPPERS: If you have any information on a theft or burglary or any other criminal act, please call the Crime Stoppers’ hotline number: 477-HELP (4357) or “HELP” on your Docomo Cell Phone and report what you know. Your tip can help us put a STOP to the crime plaguing our Island; and, you can remain anonymous when reporting this information. A crime tip can also be reported “on-line” by going to the Guam Crime Stoppers website at: http://guam.crimestoppersweb.com – This website will allow you to upload a photo of a crime you witness; and, if your tip leads to an arrest and conviction, you may be eligible for a cash REWARD.
9. REGISTER WITH THE MAYOR’S OFFICE: Although NOT a requirement under Guam Law, residents are encouraged to register their household with the Mayor’s Office. If you haven’t registered with our office in the past, the documents we will need from you include: a lease agreement; utility bill; photo I.D.s for each member in the household or a birth certificate for household members without a photo I.D. Registering with our office is ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT for those households caring for a person with a disability or caring for a person who may require “special assistance” in the event of an emergency OR natural disaster. Note that several government agencies require a Mayor’s Verification from our office, to include the initial registration of your child in our public schools, an application for a Guam I.D., or a request for public/housing assistance.
10. VOTER REGISTRATION: For those residents who would like to register to vote or transfer their voting district for the 2014 Primary Election, we have an Election Commission Volunteer Registrar at the Mayor’s office available to assist you. To be eligible to vote in a local election, you MUST: Be a citizen of the United States; Be 18 years of age on or before the day of the Primary Election; Be a resident of Guam; Not be confined to a mental institution; Not be judicially declared insane; and, Not be committed under a sentence of imprisonment. For any questions regarding Voter Registration or if you would like to know if you are currently registered to vote in Ordot-Chalan Pago, feel free to contact the Mayor’s Office and ask to speak with Natasha Quitano. NO TRANSFERS of voting Districts is allowed, by law, after the Primary Election.
11. ZUMBA “LOW IMPACT” CLASSES: FREE Zumba Classes (low impact) are now being held every Monday & Wednesday at 7:30pm in the Chalan Pago Community Center. For more information, contact the Mayor’s Office.
12. ZUMBA “TONING” CLASS: A Zumba “Toning” Class is being held at the Community Center every Wednesday from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. You can contact Janet Champaco at 777-2441, for more information.
13. MUAY THAI KICKBOXING FITNESS CLASS: Muay Thai Kickboxing classes are being held every Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday at the Community Center. Please contact Brogan Walker at 929-0993 or the Mayor’s Office regarding the scheduled time for these classes.
14. COURT & PUBLIC NOTICES (POSTED AT THE MAYOR’S OFFICE): None.
CONTACT NUMBERS TO THE MAYOR’S OFFICE: 472-8302/8303 or 477-1333
Administrative Assistant: Julie (Rosemarie) Posadas
Municipal Clerk: Natasha Quitano
MAYOR’S CONTACT INFORMATION: firstname.lastname@example.org or 727-7567 (cell)
Released by: /s/ Mayor Jessy C. Gogue