Work Continues At Ukudu Village As AG Continues to Review DPW Permit


Guam – Work continues at the Ukudu Worker Village, while the Guam Attorney General continues to review the work permit issued to the developer, Younex.

The U.S. EPA has raised questions about the partial construction permit because of its concerns over the impact the project will have on the already over-burdened northern wastewater treatment plant.

DPW Director Andy Leon Guerrero has maintained that there is nothing wrong with the permit because it does not authorize water or sewer hook-ups. 

However,  following a meeting with the AG Tuesday, Deputy DPW Director Jesse Garcia said they have been told they can’t comment on the issue. And all questions must be directed to the AG.

Last week, DPW Director Andy Leon Guerrero said that he expected the AG to order him to revoke, revise and re-issue the permit.

But the AG has not done so.

Bryan Cruz, spokesman for the Attorney General,  told PNC News that they have no comment on the matter while it is under review.

Younex Vice President Dave Tydingco today told PNC News he has heard nothing and work continues on the project.