Thursday, April 24, 2014

Guam News

VIDEO: Guam EPA Invites Residents to Participate in Earth Day TUESDAY

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Guam - It's Earth Day tomorrow and the Guam Environmental Protection Agency invites you to take part by devoting "One Hour for One Earth".

Read more: VIDEO: Guam EPA Invites Residents to Participate in Earth Day TUESDAY

 

VIDEO: U.S. Naval Hospital Guam Replacement Hospital Open for Business

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Agan Heights - (April 21) - Although only a coincidence in scheduling, the U.S. Naval Hospital Guam officially opened its doors for business in their new state of the art facility the day after Easter Sunday, April 21st, symbolic of the building being brought to life through the welcoming of its staff and patients.

Read more: VIDEO: U.S. Naval Hospital Guam Replacement Hospital Open for Business

   

American Grocery Evacuated Because of "Foul Odor"

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Guam - American Grocery on Route 1 in Dededo was evacuated this afternoon after employees reported a foul odor inside.

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Henry Taitano Resigns from GEDA; No Replacement Named Yet

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Guam - Henry Taitano has submitted his resignation to Governor Calvo as the Administrator of the Guam Economic Development Authority [GEDA].

Read more: Henry Taitano Resigns from GEDA; No Replacement Named Yet

   

One Investor Reportedly Expresses Interest in Saipan Casino Gambling License

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Saipan - An investor reportedly paid a non-refundable application fee of $1 million to the CNMI government to put up a casino on Saipan last week.

Read more: One Investor Reportedly Expresses Interest in Saipan Casino Gambling License

   

Senator Duenas Unveils His Bill to Reduce the BPT by 5%; Thanks San Nicolas for His Support

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Guam - Senator Chris Duenas has released Bill 323, his proposal to reduce the Business Privilege Tax [BPT]by 5% from 4% now to 3.8%.

Read more: Senator Duenas Unveils His Bill to Reduce the BPT by 5%; Thanks San Nicolas for His Support

   

Community First Re-Certified as a Community Development Financial Institution

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Hagatna Guam - (April 21) -  Community First Guam Federal Credit Union announced that it was recently recertified as Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.  

Read more: Community First Re-Certified as a Community Development Financial Institution

   

Senator McCreadie Asks DPHSS for Free TB Screening for Family Members of DOC

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Guam - Senator Brant McCreadie has sent a letter to Public Health Director James Gillan asking him to provide free TB screening for the family members of the staff of the Department of Corrections that tested positive last week for exposure to the bacterium. 

Read more: Senator McCreadie Asks DPHSS for Free TB Screening for Family Members of DOC

   

AUDIO: Governor's Weekly Address - Increase Wages & Cut Taxes

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Guam - Governor Eddie Calvo is urging a "balanced approach" to increasing the minimum wage which he argues should include a cut in the Gross Receipts Tax in order to help businesses pay for the higher hourly minimum.

Read more: AUDIO: Governor's Weekly Address - Increase Wages & Cut Taxes

   

GPA Crews Trimming Vegetation Around Power Lines Again This Week; Motorists Advised to Be Cautious

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Guam - GPA authorized contractors will be conducting vegetation clearing off power lines and poles this week.

Read more: GPA Crews Trimming Vegetation Around Power Lines Again This Week; Motorists Advised to Be Cautious

   

McNinch Weekly Poll: GPD Under Funded, 65% Support Medical Marijuana, Top 5 Senators

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Guam - UOG Professor Ron McNinch has released the results of a weekly poll conducted by his students.

Read more: McNinch Weekly Poll: GPD Under Funded, 65% Support Medical Marijuana, Top 5 Senators

   

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