Guam – The Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority has completed the second and final phase of repairs to the GHURA 48 housing development in Dededo.
The 48 units in the Dededo subdivision were repaired at a total cost of $2.6 million dollars. The federal funds came from HUD’s Capital Fund Program.
The first 21 units were completed last March. Families are now moving into the remaining 27 units which have been given new roofs, exterior and interior paint jobs, and they’ve also had old wooden steps replaced and new floor tiles and appliances installed.
GHURA officials and Dededo Mayor Melissa Savares held an open house this morning [Tuesday] to welcome the families to the revitalized community.