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Retirees will be at COLA court hearing

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Government of Guam retirees won't believe it 'til they see it - such was is the reaction following the Administration's announcement late Wednesday that the Department of Administration will begin issuing COLA certificates tomorrow. Retirees like Gloria Nelson tell KUAM News they will be attending Friday's court hearing as they intend to see whether the government will make good on its latest promise to give retirees what is owed to them.

DOA Director Lou Perez was ordered to appear in court tomorrow to explain why the certificates had not been issued. The hearing is scheduled for 9 o'clock Friday morning. Nelson adds retirees are also trying to meet with Lieutenant Governor Mike Cruz tomorrow.

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