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What to do with JFK's Tiyan campus?

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - While the Department of Education and the Guam Education Policy Board continue to wait to hear back from the Attorney General's Office on whether they should renegotiate the current lease for the interim John F. Kennedy High School campus or put it out for rebid, governor's legal counsel Ray Haddock is requesting for DOE to provide his office with how it plans to use the campus to include the changes included in the contract.

Haddock tells KUAM News that an original deadline was set for last month for DOE to submit the numbers, but he hasn't heard back from them.

In the meantime, CoreTech is giving GovGuam until next month to negotiate the lease.  DOE and the GEPB are looking at a multiyear lease, which will cost nearly $5 million for nine years, instead of opting for a single year.

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