HAGÅTÑA, Guam — Gov. Edward B. Calvo called on Guam Housing Corp. on July 25 to solicit interest from the private sector for the lease of an apartment building of 15 units in central Guam to serve to as an evening homeless shelter. The facility will:
- Allow police officers to drop-off those who have taken shelter in public places in the evening, such as parks and local businesses;
- Serve as a hub for faith-based organizations, non-governmental agencies and social services to assist clients with resources; and
- Serve as a . . .
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