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Airport board meets about CTP study

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A special committee of the Guam International Airport Authority's board of directors met today with consultant Alan Searle to go over concerns about the certified technical professional positions study he conducted a year ago.  The board raised concerns about the lack of parity with the study that, if implemented at the 2nd market percentile, would have given airport management raises of between $20,000 and $35,000 a year while other employees would see minimal raises. 

Concerns were also raised about the costs associated with implementing the study and whether the airport would be able to afford the raises.  The board tabled any vote on approving the CTP until Searle comes up with comparables and the board feels comfortable with the way the study was conducted.

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