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More picnic tables, pavilions at Sugar Dock Beach

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THERE will be more picnic tables and pavilions at Sugar Dock Beach, House Floor Leader John Paul Sablan said.

This week, he added, two new pavilions have been constructed and the permits for the construction of four other pavilions have already been approved by Coastal Resources Management and the zoning board, he added.

“It is important for beachgoers to find shelter from the rain and the sun while enjoying their activities here,” Sablan said.

Community volunteer Max Aguon thanked Sablan for the new pavilions, saying it will encourage more people to visit the beach.

Aguon regularly maintains the area.

Over the weekend, he and Akiky Alexander collected 810 pounds of trash during a cleanup drive from Pakpak Beach in San Antonio to Micro Beach in Garapan.

Aguon said they also collected five bags of trash at Laolao Beach  on Saturday.

Three pavilions at Laolao Beach  need to be maintained, he added.

 

House Floor Leader John Paul Sablan, center, poses with  contractor Alam Manzurul, Ricardo de Guzman, Dodong Salinas, Mike Motol and community volunteer Max Aguon at the Sugar Dock pavilion project site. Contributed photo

On Saturday, he said he also assisted the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation team led by its director, Maryann Borja-Arriola, during a cleanup drive at the Tanapag public cemetery.

He said they filled up three trailers with assorted trash, including household items and typhoon debris.

Aguon thanked U.S. Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan and Juan “Shine” Tenorio for again providing the cleanup volunteers with refreshments.

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