Household trash dumped near beach pavilions

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SOME community members continue to dump their household trash near beach pavilions, volunteer Max Aguon said.

Community volunteer Max Aguon shows the household trash dumped near the Japanese tank at the Quartermaster-Beach Road intersection.
Community volunteer Max Aguon points at the trash left at the pavilion on Kilili Beach.  Contributed photos

Over the weekend, he said he found household trash at Kilili Beach and in the Quartermaster-Beach Road area.

“We understand that government offices have shut down, but people can still keep our environment clean by properly disposing of their trash,” he added.

Aguon said he has been sorting out the household trash to look for names and/or addresses of persons.

He said the names will be reported to his Division of Parks and Recreation supervisor, Ray Sablan, for proper action.

Aguon thanked another community volunteer, Gerry Agulto, for his continued support in the ongoing cleanup campaign.

Aguon likewise thanked businessman Juan “Shine” Tenorio for providing them with water and other refreshments.

“I am also very thankful to DPA Car Mart for providing me the pickup truck to transport trash to the landfill,” he said, referring to DPA Car Mart general manager Peng Cheng who donated a 2005 Tacoma Access Cab pickup truck.

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