Month: July 2020

The current status of the Agana pool and other public pools.

Hafa Adai from inside the Beltway.

More about the Guam Department of Education’s plans for the new school year, post-COVID-19.

President of Guam Hotel & Restaurant Association (GHRA), Mary Rhodes explains Bill 384, a measure that would permit patrons to purchase and carry-out alcoholic beverages.  

Local business owner, Lenny Fejeran announces the closure of Little Pika’s in Tumon, Kitchen Lingo in Agana, & Kadu in Mangilao. Although Pika’s in Upper Tumon will remain open, Fejeran expresses the challenges of being a business owner in the midst of a pandemic, and the troubles of operating at 30% capacity.  

President of Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB), Carl Gutierrez comments on Japan choosing Hawaii over Guam as a preferred tourist destination.  Dr. Tom Shieh (MD) jumps into the conversation toward the end of the conversation to share his professional opinion regarding the same issue.

Mayor of the Municipality of Dededo, Melissa Savares speaks to Patti about The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) line in her village this morning, as well as the fund to help remove abandoned vehicles from various areas.

Executive Director for Guam Election Commission (GEC), Maria Pangelinan speaks to Patti more about the coming elections on Guam, to include matter concerning absentee ballots.

President / Founder of Equally American, Neil Weare speaks to Patti about being present at the house hearing which discussed voting rights of U.S. territories.  

Former Congressman & current congressional candidate to Guam, Dr. Robert Underwood takes an early call on Mornings with Patti to comment on a recent hearing held in U.S. Congress regarding voting rights of territories of the United States of America.

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