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Meeting to determine JFK lease's extent

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - A meeting will be held tomorrow between GSA, DOE and the Governor's Office to discuss the lease for the interim JFK campus in Tiyan.   Core Tech, which owns the Tiyan facilities, has given the government until the end of the month to decide whether it will renew the lease.  Governor's legal counsel Ray Haddock says he's still waiting to hear from DOE as to how long it plans to use the interim campus.

"The current lease as it stands is a long term lease. The only thing that is allowed is that it could be terminated at 120-day notice and either party can do that and what we need to ensure is that during the time the kids will be at the campus, that the lessor doesn't exercise the termination," said Haddock.

Haddock says he needs some answers from DOE pretty quick because it might prompt the need to secure funding from the Guam Legislature.

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