The next Mayors Council meeting on Wednesday will make concrete decisions on this year's Liberation festivities.
All fifteen sirens will be tested on Monday June 5 and residents should expect to hear voice messages announcing the start of the test and wailing sirens.

Another abuse victim names defrocked priest

Friday, 02 June 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
There are now 72 reported victims of child sex abuse, with the latest filing a complaint against defrocked priest, Raymond Cepeda. 
The Archdiocese of Agana issued a statement yesterday afternoon regarding the recent sex abuse allegations.
Save Southern Guam is challenging the construction of two high rise towers being built in Pago Bay. 
The US Attorney's Office says they are not obligated to ensure the defense has the sophistication to open the discovery files.
Senator San Nicolas says that he's trying to prevent GovGuam from being liable for any damages it may cause to businesses that have been operating electronic signs for many years.
The Guam Visitors Bureau paid homage to him with a special Håfa Adai Pledge ceremony at Fort Soledad, where he famously gave free carabao rides to locals and tourists. 
“It is tempting to say that we’re trying to make up for the obvious reality that the Department of Administration did not give us our full allotments for 2016 --and the outlook doesn’t look any better for 2017,” – UOG President Robert Underwood. 
The popular destination for Guam residents has been placed on lockdown.