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Department of Education officials said Tuesday night that the public school system won’t be reimbursed for more than $300,000 in power and water bills for the schools, which were used to host some of the 2,500 Festival of Pacific Arts delegates from May 22 through June 4.
Guam Department of Education Acting Superintendent Joe Sanchez and Deputy Superintendent for Finance and Administrative Services Taling Taitano said about $320,000 in utility bills that were the result of hosting…Continue
Humanities Guåhan will honor one of the most prolific photographers to emerge from our island with a special retrospective exhibit, which launches Sept. 15.
"Art + Journalism — Manny Crisostomo, 40 years of Images," will highlight the former Guam…Continue
A new licensing agreement that allows the Guam Waterworks Authority to temporarily run the U.S. Navy’s water well in Tumon could likely be a step toward the local utility agency controlling the military-owned Fena Reservoir, according to GovGuam officials.
The Navy and GWA last month signed a one-year agreement, with four, one-year extensions, that allows the waterworks department to run the Tumon Maui Water Well, the largest capacity well on island.
The licensing deal,…Continue