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New lease still in limbo for JFK High

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - There's still no contract signed for a new JFK High School lease, but at least Adelup is sending over documents to Core Tech with the Department of Education's wish list for the upcoming school year.  Governor's Legal Counsel Ray Haddock told KUAM News, "It is very frustrating because a lot of people look to the Governor's Office as to solve a lot of problems, but it's hard to solve problems when people don't even know what they want.

"Before...I thought that were some of the issues that we had with the new JFK. When we came out for the procurement for the new JFK, no one really knew exactly what they wanted."

Although Haddock noted some of DOE's specifications were insufficient, he turned them over to Core Tech to get things moving.

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