Rebecca Elmore

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 18:04

Bill 58 draws mixed reviews

With Bill 58, the RFP solicitation process would be removed entirely.
In February of this year, GHURA notified the democrat lawmaker and his tenant of the violation and San Nicolas says he's since taken the appropriate steps to divest himself from that position.
"I only provided legal assistance as a private citizen. My specific role was to help this team of companies led by GPSM to negotiate a potential contract," said Senator Jim Espaldon. 
A release from the Governor’s office says staff from the Department of Revenue and Taxation will be at the center courts of the Micronesia Mall and Agana Shopping Center next Monday and Tuesday.
The Office of Public Accountability is commending the Guam Power Authority for achieving low-risk auditee status, however, the OPA notes that GPA closed FY16 with a net loss of $7 million.
The three day event is designed to give FBI special agent bomb technicians hands-on understanding of the hazards posed by improvised explosives.
As a World War II survivor, Concepcion had to drop out of school at a very young age, undergoing the forced march from Yona to the north during the Japanese occupation.
Guam Animals In Need, a nonprofit animal shelter, introduces new spay and neuter clinic. 
Senator Michael San Nicolas continues to introduce measures to further improve government cash flow. His latest bill to help with this goal would place tax stamps on cigarette packs.
With two separate deaths involving water related incidents, the superintendent is asking all students to exercise extra caution while they're out enjoying the rest of their spring break.