Monday, January 11, 2010

Guam News - Jan. 11

+ Despite cash shortage, Adelup gets raises
Thousands of Government of Guam workers are waiting for the results of a compensation pay study from the Hay Group that will detail what sort of salaries they can expect for the future and whether that will mean a pay increase.

+ Mental Health still faces court order
Department of Mental Health then-director Dr. David Shimizu announced his resignation on Friday, sending waves through an agency already on rocky ground, amidst an amended permanent injunction and the possibility of a federal receivership.

+ GCIF maintains quest to block JFK construction
The John F. Kennedy High School community is gathering signatures in hopes of pressuring the Guam Community Improvement Foundation to drop its lawsuit and allow the construction of a new school to move forward immediately.


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