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Incinerator bill uncertain

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A settlement agreement signed by Guam Resource Recovery Partners, the Guam Economic Development Authority and Gov. Eddie Calvo dictates that legislation is needed to repeal the current ban on waste-to-energy facilities, but there is a cloud of confusion surrounding the stipulated legislation.

Calvo signs bonds, savings expected

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Gov. Eddie Calvo signed off on business privilege tax series 2015 D bonds yesterday.

United to transfer Guam-based pilots

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United Corporate Communications confirmed that Guam-based pilots will be transferred from being stationed on Guam to other airline bases in the U.S. in October because of discontinued flight service from Guam.

GPA unsure when it can investigate Cabras plant

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It remains unclear when the Guam Power Authority and Guam Fire Department will be able to enter the Cabras 3 and 4 power plant due to the structural instability of the facility following an explosion and fire in the building.

Sex abuse curriculum to be implemented next year

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By spring of next year, Guam public school students may be learning about sexual abuse as part of their regular health program if an initiative from the LaniKate task force is implemented on schedule.

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