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Air-con issues again force Rev & Tax closure

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - Air conditioner problems were once again to blame for the Department of Revenue & Taxation closing early today.  Director Art Ilagan says the compressors apparently broke down and the A/C was down yesterday but employees sweat it out.

Repairs were made to the broken air conditioner today, as Ilagan hopes the department will re-open for normal hours tomorrow.

"The air conditioners are old. They're from the old Pricesmart time and they're starting to break down, so they're replacing the old compressors with new ones."

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