IBTF

Iwanan ang Building Project

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The Islandwide Beautification Taskforce in conjunction with the Department of Public Works, Guam Visitors Bureau and Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association have been working diligently to minimize the existence of these abandoned buildings by trying to restore these properties to productive use or by demolishing them.

For the two years the Abandoned Building Initiative has targeted the following three buildings: Lumang Hong Kong Restaurant Building, Marianas Trench Building and the Old Western Gun Club. Sa ngayon, Lumang Hong Kong Restaurant sa Ruta 1 sa Tamuning, has been purchased. The building is fenced off temporarily until it is scheduled for demolition. A walk through by DPW was completed at The Old Western Gun at San Vitores Road in Tumon. The DPW inspection report recommends that the building be demolished. DPW ay nasa proseso ng nagtatrabaho kasama ang mga landowners at nangungupahan -closure ng isyu ay malapit nang mangyari. The Marianas Trench Building in Tamuning has already be demolished.

Guam Seal Bus Stop Project

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Ang Guam Seal Bus Stop Project ay mahusay para sa mga miyembro ng komunidad, organisasyon, at mga kumpanya upang bigyan pabalik sa komunidad, ngunit pinaka-mahalaga, ang mga mag-aaral na gumagamit ng bus hinto sa araw-araw. Maraming bus hinto ay isang hindi magandang paningin dahil sa mga tuta at graffiti. Nagpo-promote ng Guam Seal aming cultural icon ng lakas, pamana, at kabanatan. Ang proyektong ito ay nagbibigay sa mga organisasyon at mga kumpanya ng pagkakataon na relay kanilang mensahe ng kultura at paggalang sa pamamagitan ng Guam Seal na makakatulong sa deterring graffiti at magkalat. Hinihikayat ng proyekto ang mga miyembro ng komunidad, organisasyon, at mga kumpanya upang magpatibay ng hintuan ng bus sa buong isla. Dapat silang mapanatili ang kaayusan para sa isa (1) taon ng kalendaryo. Ang aming opisina ay magbibigay ng lahat ng mga pintura at nagbibigay kakailanganin mong. Ang supply isama brushes, rollers, pintura trays, guwantes, trash bag at basahan pati na rin sa mag-istensil para sa Guam Seal.

Daanan ng mga sasakyan Pag-ampon ng Programa

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Ang daanan ng mga sasakyan Program Pag-ampon (Katok) ay isang Gobyerno ng proyekto Guam, pinangangasiwaan ng Kagawaran ng Pampublikong Works kasabay ng Islandwide Beautification Task Force. Ang programa ay magpapahintulot sa mga boluntaryo upang ligtas na makisali sa mga komunidad beautification mga gawain sa pamamagitan ng pagpapanatili ng isang seksyon ng mga pampublikong daanan ng mga sasakyan. Ang programang ito ay nagbibigay sa mga negosyo at pribado o pampublikong organisasyon ng pagkakataon upang mag-ambag sa paglilinis at beautifying Guam. Ito ay isang mahusay na pagkakataon upang i-promote civic responsibilidad pati na rin ang i-promote ang pagmamataas komunidad. Pinapayagan din ang programang ito para sa mga pampublikong pagkilala sa mga kalahok na organisasyon. Ang IBTF ay paglalagay ng mga karatula sa magkabilang panig ng pinagtibay na daanan ng mga sasakyan ay maaaring makatulong sa pagkilala ng mga pagsisikap ng samahan sa beautifying aming isla.

Ådahi i Tano Programa

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Matson Nabigasyon, kasama ang Islandwide Beautification Task Force, na inilunsad proyekto pakikipagsosyo nito sa mga Adahi ko Tano Programa. This program encourages non-profit organizations in creating a clean Guam while also raising funds for their good cause. Matson donates the use of their containers to haul the trash collected at the site of the clean up as well as provide the organization with $500 sa pagkumpleto ng kanilang mga pagsisikap.

Napananatili ang Espiritu ng Guam, Estados Unidos

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The Retaining the Spirit of Guam, U.S.A Wall (East Hågatña Wall) was completed and unveiled on at a press conference and ribbon cutting on July 15, 2014.

Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio has maintained the wall since he first began serving the island as a senator in 2003; repainting it in 2005, and again in 2007. With the current undertaking of its improvements (using mosaic tiles), the Lieutenant Governor envisions that this restoration to be long term.

It was created to serve as a symbol of love and respect for our island and our country and those who have the dignity to protect our home, our culture and our way of life.

Roughly there were 385,920 1“x1” square tiles, 8,420 lbs. of sand and grout, at 2,100 working hours to complete the project; in which, CoreTech International has guaranteed for 10 years.

Arsobispo Flores Memorial Loop

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The Restoration of the Archbishop Felixberto Flores Memorial was completed and unveiled on March 9th, 2015. Through the vision and efforts of Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio, his wife, Attorney Naoko Shimizu, and the Islandwide Beautification Task Force (IBTF) work on the Memorial started in February 2012. The statue of the archbishop was restored, a vibrant mural was painted on the surrounding wall, and the area around the statue and mural was cleaned and sealed. IBTF partnered up the University of Guam art students to come up with the art concept of the wall. The design of the inner wall mural was created to serve as a symbol of love and respect for Guam and its 19 villages. This collective effort totaled 650 hours of work and required 130 gallons of paint for the inner and outer ring of the memorial. The memorial was formally turned over to the Guam Visitors Bureau. Archbishop Anthony Apuron also bestowed a blessing upon the site.