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NEW! The Guam Community College is offering a FREE "TRANSPORTATION BOOT CAMP" for individuals interested in SHIP REPAIR. There is a growing demand for skilled workers in the ship repair industry. Employers are interested in hiring individuals as Apprentices, once they complete this "Transportation Boot Camp" through GCC. There are only 20 seats available for this program. Classes will start on June 3, 2019, and the GCC will be contacting all interested individuals starting April 22, 2019, to start on the registration process. For more information on this, please call Joann Waki Muna, Assistant to the President for Special Projects at 735-5514, or her email at email@example.com.
NEW! PRESS RELEASE: GUAM CANNABIS INDUSTRY ACT OF 2019 PASSED INTO LAW WITH THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE >Click here to view the entire document of this press release.
New! Traffic Advisory for APRIL 1-7, 2019. Please click on the link to see the Traffic Advisory Information. >Click on this to get to the link.
Residents needing assistance regarding the Feral Swine (wild pigs) problems on their properties are requested to contact USDA, Mr. Shaun P. Martinez at 635-4400. Thank You.
The Inarajan Mayor's Office has moved to the Inarajan Community Center (next to Saint Joseph Church). If you need to contact our office, please call 475-2509 or 828-0288
The University of Guam's Sea Grant - Homeowners Handbook is available for review and download. >Click here to get to the link to view the handbook.
To See the slides of the DPW Ajayan Bridge Replacement Project, click on The Village/Informative Facts.
Young Girls between the ages of 7-17 are invited to join the Island Girl Power - Southern Clubhouse! > Click here to see the flyer.
JOIN THE WELLNESS CLUB at the Latte Stone Wellness Center! > Click here to see the flyer.
The community of Inarajan and the Inarajan Mayor's Office would like to extend our appreciation to all personnel assigned to the Inarajan Fire Station Number 6 for volunteering their services in trimming the overgrown vegetation on Inalahan Highway past Papa Niyoc and the bamboo tree branches along Wolford Heights. Your hard work and dedication does not go unnoticed. Thank you always for supporting our community.