Small businesses, agriculture, and the Compact of Free Association were among some of the topics Congressman-elect James Moylan discussed regarding his plans as Guam’s incoming delegate.
Congressman-elect Moylan also discussed collaborating with the armed service division, “This time, with the threat to our nation–the strategic location of our island, the military buildup that we see, your representatives should be part within the armed services committee.”
The Delegate-elect also talked about the needs of the Guam Department of Education with Superintendent Francis Santos.
“When we get the military in here, they’re coming with families and they’re coming with kids,” he continued, “Where are these kids going to go to school? Is there additional room at DODEA schools?”
Moylan says Guam is an essential part of the nation that the US is paying attention to and that he plans to help with the military buildup as well to ensure that money is being spent properly, “So much is being invested into Guam now. The threat of China and North Korea, the projection of Taiwan and Indo-Pacific and the Marines coming to Guam and the army building their missile force on Guam, the continuous buildup of our army here means a lot to the nation.”
Moylan assumes office as Congressman on January 3rd of next year.
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