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Sommerfleck summoned by GFT council

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Guam Federation of Teachers steward Carol Sommerfleck has been summoned to appear before the GFT's Executive Council next Tuesday. According to the notice, the Council is conducting an investigative hearing into her conduct and to determine whether she conducted herself in a manner harmful to the interests of the GFT and its members.

The hearing is scheduled for next Tuesday at 5:30pm.

Sommerfleck, along with a group of Agana Heights Elementary School teachers, has been requesting answers from union president Matt Rector regarding changes to the GFT constitution and elections. The group went so far as going to the GFT's Mangilao office to obtain the documents. Rector, however, told Sommerfleck they wouldn't be available until March 2012.

Reacting to the summons, Sommerfleck says this is why the petition currently circulating to remove Rector as president is necessary. She also says if you agree as to where the union has gone in these past months then she is requesting as many Agana Heights Elementary staff and faculty be present at the hearing next week as her support.

Sommerfleck noted non-members more than likely will not be allowed on GFT property.

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