August 28 Village News | Village News

ALL VILLAGES

  • Report illegal forest fires, fishing or hunting to the 24/7 hotline: 671-864-TOKA (8652).
  • The Guam Department of Labor offers an employment program for unemployed residents age 55 and older. Contact the American Job Center at 671-475-7000~01 or [email protected]
  • Visit your mayor’s office to update residential information. Call for required documents. The head of household must be present to make changes.
  • Animal control, police and mayors are authorized to remove loose animals from public or private property. Owners may be held responsible for injuries inflicted by pets. Report stray animals to your mayor’s office or call 671-300-7965.
  • Parents can contact the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Project at 671-735-2466. The TTY, or teleprinter, number for residents who are deaf, hard of hearing or have a severe speech impairment is 671-734-6531.

AGANA HEIGHTS

Mayor Paul M. McDonald

671-472-6393/8285/6

[email protected]

Guam Unique Merchandise and Art and the Guam Council of Mayors are hosting free workshops for Agana Heights residents who want to start a home-based business from 9 a.m. to noon on September 3 and September 10 at the Agana Heights Senior Center. To register or for more information, visit www.gumaguam.com.

ASAN MAINA

Mayor Frankie A. Salas

671-472-6581/479-2726

[email protected]

BARRIGADA

Mayor June U. Blas

Vice Mayor Jessie P. Bautista

671-734-3724-5/34/36

[email protected]

Guam Unique Merchandise and Art and the Guam Council of Mayors are hosting free workshops for Barrigada residents who want to start a home-based business from 9 a.m. to noon on September 17 and September 24 at the GCA Trades Academy. To register or for more information, visit www.gumaguam.com.

CHALAN PAGO-ORDOT

Mayor Jessy C. Gogue

671-472-8302/03/477-1333

[email protected]

DEDEDO

Mayor Melissa B. Savares

Vice Mayor Peter John S. Benavente

671-632-5203/5019/637-9014

[email protected]

[email protected]

TakeCare is hosting a health fair where free body composition, blood pressure, random blood sugar measurements, a brief diabetes risk survey, and eye screenings will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the 3 September at the Micronesia Mall of the former Dollar Discount store. Guam Cancer Care, St. Luke’s Medical Center in Manila, Philippines, Guam Diabetes Association, American Red Cross, ASC Trust and Guam Radiology Consultants will be present and provide information about their services.

HÅGAT

Mayor Kevin James T. Susuico

Vice Mayor Christopher J. Fejeran

671-565-2524/4330/4335

[email protected]

HAGÅTÑA

Mayor John A. Cruz

671-477-8045/7

[email protected]

HUMÅTAK

Mayor Johnny A. Quinata

671-828-8251/52

[email protected]

INALAHAN

Mayor Anthony P. Chargualaf

671-475-2509/10/11

[email protected]

MANGILAO

Mayor Allan G. Ungacta

Vice Mayor Kevin Delgado

671-734-2163/5731

[email protected]

[email protected]

Village parks are drug-free, alcohol-free, tobacco-free, and smoke-free. No parking and gathering is allowed.

Hot plates, cold drinks, cultural crafts and more are available from 5-9pm every Thursday at the Mangilao Night Market.

From September 16 to 18, live music, gastronomic competitions, carnival games and rides and food trucks will be on the program of the Mangilao Donne’ Festival. For more information, contact the town hall.

Be careful when visiting the Mayor’s Office, as there are many construction projects going on at the facilities and in the Night Market.

MALESSO’

Mayor Ernest T. Chargualaf

671-828-8312/2941/8772

[email protected]

MONGMONG-TOTO-MAITE

Mayor Rudy A. Paco

671-477-6758/9090; Fax 472-6494

[email protected]

PITI

Mayor Jesse LG Alig

671-472-1232/3

[email protected]

SANTA RITA-SUMAI

Mayor Dale E. Alvarez

671-565-2514/4337/4302/04

[email protected]

SINAJANA

Mayor Robert Hofmann

Vice-Mayor Rudy Don Iriarte

671-472-6707/477-3323/9229; Fax 462-5084

[email protected]

The Halloween Decorating Contest is open to residents of Sinajana. To participate, homes must complete a registration form at the mayor’s office from September 12 to October 12. 14. Winners can win up to $300 and participants will be entered into a random drawing to win up to $75. For more information, call the mayor’s office or visit sinajana.org.

TALO’FO’FO

Mayor Vicente S. Taitague

671-789-1421/3262/4821

[email protected]

TAMUNING-TUMON-HARMON

Mayor Louise C. Rivera

Vice Mayor Albert M. Toves

671-646-5211/8646

[email protected]

[email protected]

Guam Unique Merchandise and Art and the Guam Council of Mayors are hosting free workshops for Tamuning, Tumon, and Harmon residents who want to start a home-based business from 9 a.m. to noon on October 15 and October 22 at the Tamuning Community Center. To register or for more information, visit www.gumaguam.com.

YIGO

Mayor Anthony P. Sanchez

Vice Mayor Loreto V. Leones

671-653-5248/653-9446

[email protected]

[email protected]

YONA

Mayor Bill A. Quenga

671-789-798/1525-6

[email protected]

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