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DOC officers placed on leave

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‘Officers knew about jailbreak days before’

PRELIMINARY findings of the probe into the escape of detainee Meisy Aliwis have prompted the Department of Corrections to place nine corrections officers on paid leave.

Latest real property tax revaluation comes under fire

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NICK Captain, president of Captain Real Estate Group, yesterday lambasted the recently completed real property tax revaluation, questioning why the Department of Revenue and Taxation has not released an appraisal report and claiming major disparities in property values.

Typhoon Dolphin leaves more than 1,000 without homes

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THERE are 1,055 individuals on Guam living in government-provided tents because Typhoon Dolphin made their homes unlivable, according to Martin Benavente, president of Guam Housing Corp. Benavente said tents were provided to 168 families, most of them living in the Dededo and Yigo area.

‘Unified direction’ in DC paving way for military buildup

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THE Obama administration and the U.S. Congress have taken a “more unified direction” with regard to troop realignment in Asia, minimizing the barriers to a smooth implementation of the military buildup plan for Guam, according to Gerry Perez, chairman of the Armed Forces Committee of the Guam Chamber of Commerce.

GDOE to meet with federal officials to discuss high-risk status

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IN ANTICIPATION of upcoming meetings with U.S. Department of Education officials – one in June and another in July – the Guam Department of Education has been updating its transition road map and outlining its plans to get out of high-risk grantee status.

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