Pacific Daily News Published 4:05 AM EDT Mar 15, 2019 ALL VILLAGES Report suspicious activity to the Guam Police Department. Call your mayor’s office to join a neighborhood watch program in your village. If you have information that can solve a crime, call the Crime Stoppers’ hotline at 477-HELP (4357) or submit a tip to http://guam.crimestoppersweb.com. You can remain anonymous. Tips that lead to an arrest and conviction may earn you a cash reward. Visit your mayor’s office to update residential information. Call for required documents. The head of household must be present to make changes. Report burned-out streetlights, overgrown vegetation, water leaks, etc., to your mayor’s office. Report illegal dumping to your mayor’s office, [email protected] or call 647-8923. Burning without a permit is illegal. Call your local fire station for more information. Animal Control, police and mayors are authorized to remove unleashed animals from public or private property. Owners may be held liable for injuries inflicted by pets. Report strays to your mayor’s office or call 300-7965. AGANA HEIGHTS Mayor Paul M. McDonald 472-6393/8285/6 [email protected] Zumba classes: Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Agana Heights Community Center. Classes are free. Neighborhood Watch Program: This is to inform you that… Read full this story
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