Up north, road problems reign supreme in many areas and Chalan Bada, Chalan Machete and Chalan Fusinio, are no exception. Several farms and CLTC land trust lots have found themselves at the forefront of the inconvenience.
If you travel on Route 9, you may have seen that the pavement just kind of ends about 1,000 feet where it meets Chalan Bada.
Not only does the road harbor massive craters, the craters resemble those on the moon, according to retired Army SGT Major Jon Blaz.
The terrain also makes it difficult for buses and Guam Solid Waste trash vehicles to pass through freely.
“We just need something paved. But for the next two or four years…nothing,” Blaz said.
Residents of the area are hoping that their mayor will soon give some attention to the area and help out those who access the road daily.