Governor Eddie Calvo also issued a brief statement about the case against Attorney Mark Smith who is the former brother-in-law of the governor.
Mayor Robert Hoffman said their previous playground was over 35 years old and in desperate need of repair.

Judiciary creates 2 supervisory positions

Wednesday, 22 March 2017 Written by
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The new positions have a starting salary of $60,482.
"So, when I say to the people of Guam that I'm analyzing the very difficult constitutional-territorial questions it’s not just because we're going back to the 9th circuit, it's because we're going potentially to the Supreme Court" - Att. Gen Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson. 
GHURA Executive Director Mike Duenas says changes have been made to their internal policies and procedures.
GHURA employees could also be affected by the proposed budget cuts.
The alleged victim said he was punished for bringing food to the retreat that was held at Cocos Island back in 1986.
The only issue at hand is the reimbursement of attorneys' fees.
Four thieves wearing masks and dark clothing broke into an Agana Heights home, terrorizing an adult female resident and her child. 
An online post on a local classified ads group has sparked an investigation by local and federal authorities.