Gil Baza Residents Push Lawmakers for Paved Roads and Bus Stops

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Guam – Senator Telo Taitague has agreed to consider introducing an amendment that would require Guam taxpayers to foot the bill for paving the roads and building bus stops in the Gil Baza subdivision.

Gil Baza residents Amanda Santos, Angel Santos and Margaret Taitano have gathered signatures on a petition seeking Legislative support for an amendment to Bill 474 that would provide the funding pave the roads and bus stops in the Gil Baza subdivision.

Another resident, Clyde Kargon says he spent four years walking the dirt roads from his home in Gil Baza to the Simon Sanchez high school, before he joined the Marine Corp.

Kargon told PNC News “these past four years that I left for the United States Marine Corp I came back, and the road is still dirty when it rains, there’s potholes filled with you know, you don’t wanna walk in there and there’s mud and dead frogs laying down there, that’s bad bad health concern and you know you gotta think about the little kids for them for their size to walk a mile for them to walk a mile actually that’s wrong.”