The next phase in revitalizing Hagåtña as the island’s center of economy, culture and government was uncovered with the groundbreaking for the Guam Fishermen’s Cooperative Association’s new facility.
The facility is expected to be complete in about a year and a half and will increase tourism-related services and fishing vessel capacity.
“The start of this project has been long-awaited,” the Governor said at yesterday afternoon’s event. “We are excited that our island’s fishermen will finally have the facility they need. With the new Fishermen’s Co-op, we not only look forward to a thriving local fishing industry, we look forward to it becoming a part of a growing economic center in our capital.”

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