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GBB bills $187K for September

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by Mindy Aguon

District Court of Guam Chief Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood has approved another payment for the federal receiver for work performed during the month of September.  The court reviewed the invoices attached and found the more than $187,000 bill to be reasonable.

According to receiver representative David Manning in a letter to the court, September's work focused on procurement and permitting activities as well as the implementation of the cart roll out program. Manning billed 143 hours for that month, for a total of $35,750, while GBB Vice-President Chace Anderson billed $38,110 and Vice-President Chris Lund billed $33,485 for the month. 

Despite the costs charged, GBB continues to maintain that they are working to minimize expenses and reduce living costs that would costs thousands of dollars.  To date, the receiver has received more than $3.7 million in payments.

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