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Bice addresses Rotary Club - PDF
Guam - Joint Guam Program Office's David Bice is continuing his presentations to the public on the buildup, including meeting today with island Rotarians. The executive director of JGPO told those in attendance $50 million is being transferred to the U.S. Department of Transportation for modernization of the Port.
Bice addresses Rotary Club
Guam - Joint Guam Program Office's David Bice is continuing his presentations to the public on the buildup, including meeting today with island Rotarians. The executive director of JGPO told those in attendance $50 million is being transferred to the U.S. Department of Transportation for modernization of the Port. http://www.kuam.com/Global/story.asp?S=13163222
An Open Letter from the Archbishop of Agaña
My Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Thank you for your prayers and support during these challenging days. While we remain steadfast in our stance against Bill 185, there are a few clarifications I would like to make that have surfaced in public conversations that I believe need to be addressed. In response to my Pastoral Letter that was released last Sunday, I want to make it clear that persons with same-sex attractions were not the target of my Pastoral Letter, nor was it meant to condemn anyone in any way. If I have hurt anyone, please forgive me. Our Lord Jesus Christ has given your archbishop and clergy, and all of us, the mission to proclaim God’s unconditional love for all God’s children, especially those who are struggling to experience the freedom that only chastity can give. The Lord has been raised from the dead and exalted to the right hand of the Father so that he could send us the pledge of his love – the Holy Spirit. This Spirit comes to assure us that in the moment of doubt, suffering, and confusion we are not alone.
Bill 185, July 20, 2009
PROGRAMMATIC AGREEMENT for Military Relocation to Guam and CNMI September 2010
Guam - After nearly a year of asking to be involved in the Programmatic Agreement process, We Are Guahan, the Guam Boonie Stompers Association, and other organizations received an invitation today. The Department of Defense invited the groups and three others to participate in consultation on the PA.
In Bill 185 the Stakes are Very High
Excerpt: The culture of homosexuality is a culture of self-absorption because it does not value self-sacrifice. It is a glaring example of what John Paul II has called the culture of death. Islamic fundamentalists clearly understand the damage that homosexual behavior inflicts on a culture. That is why they repress such behavior by death. Their culture is anything but one of self-absorption. It may be brutal at times, but any culture that is able to produce wave after wave of suicide bombers (women as well as men) is a culture that at least knows how to value self-sacrifice. Terrorism as a way to oppose the degeneration of the culture is to be rejected completely since such violence is itself another form of degeneracy. One, however, does not have to agree with the gruesome ways that the fundamentalists use to curb the forces that undermine their culture to admit that the Islamic fundamentalist charge that Western Civilization in general and the U.S.A. in particular is the "Great Satan" is not without an element of truth. It makes no sense for the U.S. Government to send our boys too fight Al Qaida and the Taliban in Afghanistan, while at the same time it embraces the social policies embodied in Bill 185 (as President Obama has done). Such policies only furnish further arguments for the fundamentalists in their efforts to gain more recruits for the war against the "Great Satan."
FUTENMA REPLACEMENT FACILITY BILATERAL EXPERTS STUDY GROUP REPORT
FUTENMA REPLACEMENT FACILITY BILATERAL EXPERTS STUDY GROUP REPORT
OBAMA GOES TO ASIA:
Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement EIS/OE
Reference: Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement (EIS/OEIS), Guam and CNMI Military Relocation: Relocating Marines from Okinawa, Visiting Aircraft Carrier Berthing, and Army Air and Missile Defense Task Force
Installation Mission Growth - Community Profile November 2009 U.S. Territory of Guam
Acronyms / Glossary
This document provides the definition of acronyms and a glossary of key terms that may come up in discussing the military buildup. This will be an important reference to use as part of the CSS and upcoming NEPA documents. http://www.oneguam.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=55:workshop-handouts&catid=25:public-forum-1&Itemid=6
NEPA / SIAS Planning Guide
NEPA / SIAS Planning Guide The Department of Defence is nearing the release of two key documents concerning the military buildup. This brochure provides an overview of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) being prepared under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and the Socioeconomic Impact Assessment Study (SIAS). http://www.oneguam.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=55:workshop-handouts&catid=25:public-forum-1&Itemid=6
Compatibility Sustainability Study Fact Sheet
The Compatibility Sustainability Study (CSS) Fact Sheet provides an overview of the CSS program. The fact sheet states what is a CSS, the objectives of the study, how it will be developed, and what will be addressed. http://www.oneguam.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=55:workshop-handouts&catid=25:public-forum-1&Itemid=6
Public Invited to Attend COMPATIBILITY SUSTAINABILITY STUDY (CSS) WORKSHOP
The Governor’s Office is hosting a series of public workshops that will provide information and a chance for input on critical programs associated with helping Guam and its people stay informed and involved in the planning efforts for the military buildup. The first in a series of workshops will be dedicated to the Compatibility Sustainability Study (CSS) that is being prepared by Matrix, the Advisory Consulting Team (ACT) under a contract with the Office of the Governor. The purpose of the CSS is to identify areas where compatibility issues existing today or may exist in the future relative to the military installations and uses on the island. During the workshops, the community will be asked to help identify these issues. This input will be the basis for the development of strategies to address these concerns.
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