by Mindy Aguon
Guam - The Department of Mental Health's federally appointed management team met with District Court Judge Consuelo Marshall today to discuss their plan of action for the government. The plan, estimated to cost $25 million, would detail how the island's public sector would come into compliance with an amended permanent injunction.
It would also include the blueprint for the center - a one-stop shop for providing services to individuals with disabilities. Judge Marshall will hold a status hearing on Thursday in the District Court.
She is expected to file the plan after that hearing.
15 players from Guam's men's national soccer team are in San Diego for training camp. Matao Head Coach Karl Dodd says, "We are using this camp to evaluate the players off-island and to implement the new professional standards and playing style to those players."More >>