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Guam - The Public Auditor's report on excessive pay at the Guam Fire Department is being taken seriously by Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio office and the Legislature's Public Safety Committee Chairman. Both agree that the current law that has allowed more than $6-million dollars in non-productive pay to firefighters over the past 4 years, needs to be changed.
Guam - The Public Auditor's report on excessive pay at the Guam Fire Department is being taken seriously by Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio office and the Legislature's Public Safety Committee Chairman. Both agree that the current law that has allowed more than $6-million dollars in non-productive pay to firefighters over the past 4 years, needs to be changed.