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Wise Owl owner will have to wait for hearing

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - It seems Dr. Joel Joseph will have to a couple more months before the Guam Board of Allied Health holds a disciplinary hearing to revoke his license. Board chairperson Mamie Balajadia says the hearing was cancelled yesterday due to scheduling conflicts. Dr. Joseph has repeatedly claimed he's been unfairly targeted by the board and has requested senators conduct an oversight hearing.

"This meeting that has never happened has cost me over $10,000, it has cost the people of Guam $500 to $1,000 dollars.  This is insane," Dr. Joseph told KUAM News.

The board has continued his hearing for November. Balajadia says their legal counsel will also discuss the veterinarian's issues during the board's regular meeting this Friday at noon.

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