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Wait list to be used up

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Before GHURA starts new lottery

Those whose number may be up after years of waiting for housing assistance needn't worry about being bumped with the implementation of a newly approved lottery system, said Michael Duenas, executive director of the Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority.

GPA concerned about excess customer net metering credits

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Plans by the Public Utilities Commission to allow net metering customers to carry excess credits over into the next year have been met with some concern from Guam Power Authority management.

Pedestrian injured after auto collision

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A pedestrian was left with serious injuries after a collision with an automobile that occurred on Route 16 by the Shell gas station in Harmon on Saturday night, according to a report by Guam Fire Department spokesman Kevin Reilly.

Teacher conduct law to be discussed

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Amendments to a controversial law setting standards for ethical conduct of educators will be the subject of a public hearing on Dec. 7 after the original hearing, set for last Friday, was postponed due to the governor declaring that day a government holiday.

Medical Coder positions created at GMH

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After admitting to losing some $10 million in receivables in 2014 due to billing problems and prodding by the Guam Legislature, the Guam Memorial Hospital administration has approved the creation of certified medical biller personnel positions.

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