Late last week during a public discussion with a representative of the Receiver on a radio broadcast it was disappointing that the Receiver appears focused on using the most obvious and most traditional form of financing to close the Ordot Dump and open a new landfill instead of considering credible alternatives. It also appears that the Receiver chooses to focus on past inactivity to close the Ordot Dump to gain momentum on a financing strategy that would prove detrimental to the community of Guam and the Government of Guam. I am not suggesting that the solid waste issue affecting our . . .
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