Trump budget lacks separate funding for war reparations.

Is there or isn't there a carnival?

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 Written by
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According to Mayors Council President Paul McDonald, things are still going as planned.
A month before his sentencing hearing, former cop Mark Torre Jr. has filed documents to support the acquittal of his conviction.
“I was dismissed unfairly, unjustly and in violation of law," wrote Benjamin Urquizu.
While the legislature is already making plans for spending the savings from the raise repeal, the Governor issued a release pointing out the miniscule savings that the raise repeals provide compared to the total GovGuam budget.
“Core Tech International still has three years (from the date it was signed) to complete the project and they're not behind based on our understanding of the lease agreement,” – Deputy Superintendent Chris Anderson.

CCU approves LEAC rate increase

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 Written by
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This is just the first step in the process, now the petition will have to get approval from the Public Utilities Commission before power bills go up.
GPA GM John Benavente says that the lease is a mechanism to allow GPA to hold the property long enough to enter a contract with a private company who will build and manage a solar farm.

GovGuam owes $225K in trash collection fees

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 Written by
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Federal Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood is ordering the Attorney General's Office and the Department of Administration to work on reducing that debt.

Guam Museum hosts GATE Theater musical

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 Written by
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"A Journey of Musical Magic" begins Thursday night and runs through Sunday afternoon.