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Camacho transitioning out of office

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - With only a few more weeks left in office, Governor Felix Camacho is slowly transitioning out. Earlier this week, he made his last visits to the various Government of Guam agencies to include DISID where a permanent injunction was placed on the Department of Mental Health and a court monitor had forced the government to comply with its findings.

"I thank you guys for having the patience and courage to continue to deal with these many, many challenges for a very special group of people with we as a government, are in charge with. It's my way of coming by and saying si yu'us ma'ase for everything," Camacho said.

In the meantime, Camacho says the Calvo/Tenorio administration is ready to take over come January.

"We're exiting our office," the governor continued. "We've already completed our transition meetings with Calvo and Tenorio. We've had a series of meetings and transfer of documents and questions and answers. We're done with that. All our cabinet people now have to exit office."

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