Not a good day to go to A.B. Won Pat Int'l Airport, which in any event is closed. 4 p.m.
With the winds and rain picking up at mid-afternoon, five of the seven northern shelters have reached maximum capacity. Northern residents seeking storm hardened shelters are being referred to Okkodo High School or Upi Elementary School. The shelter at Juan M. Guerrero Elementary School closed at 9 a.m.
Too late to stock up at Home Depot 4 p.m.
Collaborative efforts between the Department of Education and the Department of Public Works in transporting residents between shelters ended as of noon.
The following Full Storm Shelters are:
F.B. Leon Guerrero Middle School
M.A. Ulloa Elementary
As of 1 p.m., 52 percent of the island’s total storm shelter capacity was reached. A total of 44 percent of shelterees are children.
Storm Shelter updates will be released throughout the day.
Those seeking shelter and have no way of getting to a designated storm shelter are advised to contact or visit their village mayor’s office to coordinate transportation services for pick up and drop off.
Paul M. McDonald, Mayor
Kevin Susuico, Mayor
Frankie A. Salas, Mayor
June U. Blas, Mayor
Jessy C. Gogue, Mayor
477-0450 Community Center
Melissa B. Savares, Mayor
John A. Cruz, Mayor
Doris F. Lujan, Mayor
Allan R.G. Ungacta, Mayor
Ernest T. Chargualaf, Mayor
Rudy A. Paco, Mayor
Jesse L.G. Alig, Mayor
Dale E. Alvarez, Mayor
Robert RDC Hofmann, Mayor
Vicente S. Taitague, Mayor
Louise C. Rivera, Mayor
Johnny A. Quinata, Mayor
Rudy M. Matanane, Mayor
Jesse M. Blas, Mayor
For more information, please contact the Joint Information Center (JIC) at (671) 478-0209/10/08.
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