by Nick Delgado
Guam - Concerns are being raised from within the Department of Education about possible school closures. DOE officials tell KUAM News that more than $10 million is owed to vendors, and that they are still waiting on the funds to be released from the Department of Administration.
While the issue is that vendors may stop providing services to the facilities resulting in schools being shut down, DOE Deputy Superintendent Taling Taitano says she is confident that they will get the money soon.
The funds are owed for custodial services and to Kings for food services.