GUAM - The public will have the opportunity to provide input on a measure that deals with rules and regulations for public school property.
Bill 289 would remove the Guam Education Policy board's power to prescribe procedures dealing with school property and grant authority to the DOE superintendent.
A similar measure was vetoed last week by the Governor as he felt Bill 233 could risk the government's effort to rebuild and reopen John F. Kennedy high school.
Bill 289 now exempts the JFK Upper Tumon campus from being used under this proposed measure.
The education committee's public hearing will be held at two o'clock on Wednesday afternoon.