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DOE on the clock to make power payment

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Department of Education has until tomorrow to pay $200,0000 to the Guam Power Authority for its promissory note or face disconnection. Last week, GPA had said it would disconnect power to the Central Office first if payment wasn't made on Thursday. DOE then assured the power agency that it would transmit payment by Monday.

DOE Deputy Superintendent of Finance and Administrative Services Taling Taitano had said that DOE has the money to cut the check, but that the department needs to work with the legislature to ensure the payment is made legally.

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