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Second appeal filed involving Oceanview gym

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by Nick Delgado

It appears that repairs and renovations to the Oceanview Middle School gym have hit yet another snag, as KUAM News has confirmed that a second appeal may be filed by the company that was originally awarded the contract for the repairs.  

Although the first appeal filed by losing bidder Eons Enterprises was dismissed by the Guam Public Auditor last month, Z-4 Corporation Partner, Julius Nucum says they were given a notice from the General Services Agency last week informing them that their bid was rejected due to their high price.

GSA awarded the contract to eons for nearly $730,000.  "We received a letter from GSA stating that there was a mistake on the award on the bid on us, and they said they feel that the other bid is the winner of this bid."

The Oceanview Gym hasn't been utilized since 2001.

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