Village Meeting Schedule

 

The politicians of Guam are not putting the needs and concerns of the people first.

 

The cost of living is going up, and the ability to pay bills is going down.

 

The people no longer feel safe in their villages and homes.

 

Our healthcare systems is on the verge of collapse, our government finances are in bad shape and getting worse; and our politicians are not listening to the people.

 

We were warned this would happen 234 years ago when Thomas Jefferson told us: “There is only one force in the nation that can be depended upon to keep the government pure and the governors honest, and that is the people themselves. They alone, if well informed, are capable of preventing the corruption of power, and restoring the nation to its rightful course if it should go astray. They alone are the safest depository of the ultimate powers of government.”

 

So it is time for the people to do our duty as the owners of this business we call the government , and send a clear message to politicians we elect and officials we hire to work for us. We do that by creating laws ourselves. The Organic Act of Guam guarantees citizens the right to create laws outside of the legislature.

 

Every two years we get a chance to change our island for the better. It is time to get started.

 

Village Meeting Schedule

 

Agat: Fri - July 26, 2019 / 7pm to 9pm

Agat Community Center

 

Mangilao: Sat – July 27, 2019 / 2pm to 4pm
UOG Business & Public Administration Building Room 110

 

Tamuning: Sun – July 28, 2019 /7pm to 9pm
Tamuning Senior Center

 

Barrigada: Mon – July 29, 2019 /7pm to 9pm

Barrigada Community Center (Pending Confirmation)

 

Inarajan: Tue – July 30, 2019 / 6pm to 8pm
Inarajan Community Center

 

Yigo: Wed –July 31, 2019 / 7pm to 9pm
Yigo Senior Center

 

Chalan Pago: Thur -8/01/ 2019 / 7pm to 9pm
Chalan Pago Community Center

 

Dededo: Fri – 8/02/2019 / 7pm to 9pm
Dededo Senior Citizens Center

 

Yona: Sat - - 8/03/2019 / 2pm to 4pm
Yona Community Center

 

 

 

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