Resolutions

37th Guam Legislature

Resolution No. 325-37 (COR)

Relative to preserving one of the most valuable cultural sites in the Marianas Archipelago by identifying an alternative location for the Ritidian Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center and its associated facilities pursuant to the planned relocation prescribed in the May 2020 Memorandum Of Agreement (MOA) between the Department of the Interior (DOI) and the Department of the Navy (DON), in order to prevent further unnecessary environmental and cultural destruction.

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Resolution No. 157-37 (COR)

Relative to commending and congratulating Mrs. Julie Rose U. Nededog of the Bureau of Statistics and Plans on the occasion of her retirement and to extend our most grateful Un Dångkolu Na Si Yu’os Ma’åse’ for her 37 years of service to the Government of Guam and the People of Guam.

 

 

Resolution No. 93-37 (COR)

Relative to joining the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Republic of Belau, other Pacific Nations urging the Government of Japan to consider alternatives to the discharge of more than one million tons of contaminated water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster into the Pacific Ocean.

36th Guam Legislature

Resolution No. 452-36 (COR)

Relative to recognizing and commending Guam Department of Agriculture and its partners on the celebration and observance of “Arbor Month” in October 2022 and “Arbor Day” on October 11, 2022, with the theme: “Conserving our Island from our Ridges to Our Reef”; and congratulating the Guam Department of Agriculture Forestry Division on its fifty-one (51) years of service.

 

 

Resolution No. 326-36 (COR)

Relative to recognizing and commemorating the annual observance of “Stewardship Week” from April 24, 2022 to May 1, 2022, with the theme: “Healthy Soil: Healthy Life”; and commending the dedicated conservationists on Guam.

 

 

Resolution No. 399-36 (LS)

Relative to recognizing Master Noly Caluag and the Guam Taekwondo Center for serving the community and teaching the youth of Guam life skills through Taekwondo martial arts; and congratulating them on the celebration of their twentieth (20th) year anniversary.

 

 

Resolution No. 277-36 (COR)

Relative to recognizing and commending Mrs. Lola Eclavea Leon Guerrero, Chief Planner of the Bureau of Statistics and Plans on the occasion of her retirement and to extend our most grateful Un Dångkulu Na Si Yu’os Ma’åse for her 31 years of outstanding service and dedication to the Government of Guam and the people of Guam.

 

 

Resolution No. 257-36 (LS)

Relative to recognizing and congratulating Mrs. Nydia “Nyd” Hidalgo Llarenas on the occasion of her retirement from the Bureau of Statistics and Plans; and commending her thirty-one (31) years of outstanding service and dedication to the government of Guam and the people of Guam.

 

 

Resolution No. 226-36 (LS)

Relative to recognizing Darlene R. Moore for her expertise on pre-contact pottery in the Mariana Islands, and for her more than forty (40) years of archaeological work; and commending her for her efforts and contributions to archaeological studies and educating the local and international community about pre-contact pottery in the Marianas.

 

 

Resolution No. 210-36 (COR)

Relative to reaffirming Guam’s right to safeguard cultural resources and to protect ocean ecosystems from environmental harm and exploitive industry interests through a moratorium on seabed mining, to ensure the health of Guam’s people.

 

 

Resolution No. 208-36 (LS)

Relative to recognizing and congratulating Mrs. Frances “Pinky” Baza Hills on the occasion of her retirement from the Guam Department of Labor; and commending her for her thirty-seven (37) years of outstanding service and dedication to the government of Guam and the people of Guam.

 

 

Resolution No. 94-36 (COR)

Relative to recognizing Master Noly Caluag and the Guam Taekwondo Center for serving the community and teaching the youth of Guam life skills through Taekwondo martial arts; and congratulating them on the celebration of their twentieth (20th) year anniversary.

 

 

Resolution No. 55-36 (COR)

Relative to reaffirming our human right to safe drinking and clean water in observance of World Water Day 2021, and recognizing the importance of protecting our Northern Guam Lens Aquifer and precious water resource in ensuring the health of our people

35th Guam Legislature

Resolution No. 309-35 (COR)

Relative to recognizing Mrs. Flora San Agustin Fejarang on the occasion of her retirement; and commending her for nineteen (19) years of service with the Government of Guam.

 

 

Resolution No. 308-35 (COR)

Relative to recognizing Celina M. Mafnas on the occasion of her retirement;and commending her for thirty-six (36) years of service with the Government of Guam.