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Crisostomo mulls complaint against Respicio

by Nick Delgado

Guam - Administrator of the Guam Environmental Protection Agency Lorilee Crisostomo says that Senator Rory Respicio should use his time more productively, rather than calling for her removal.  "My response is I wish the senator would provide more solutions funding to help the agency rather than to personally attack me.  I think he's doing it on a personal level for his own special interest.

"But I'm highly considering filing a complaint to the Ethics Committee to the Guam Legislature regarding his style of leadership being a senator."

Crisostomo added she was disappointed the lawmaker invited her and her staff to the Legislature, but made her wait close to three hours before they were allowed to speak. She added they could have been responding to environmental issues rather than sitting and waiting.

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