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JFK lease termination still undetermined

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Starting today, either Core Tech International or the Government of Guam can terminate the lease for the interim JFK High School campus by giving a 120-day notice.  But according to Department of Education Superintendent Dr. Nerissa Bretania Underwood, it still hasn't been determined if that provision will be eliminated just yet.

On Tuesday, Core Tech's Joshua Tenorio said while the company doesn't plan on terminating the lease, they're still waiting for GovGuam to figure out whether they will be using the campus for JFK. Bretania Underwood said doe has responded to Core Tech and Governor's Legal Counsel Ray Haddock today addressing concerns about specifications.

She says the attorneys for all parties involved are currently in negotiations. As it stands today, both parties can terminate the lease unless the provision is taken out.

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