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$250,000 identified to pay DepCor's OT

by Nick Delgado

Guam - More funds have been identified to pay Department of Corrections officers their long awaited overtime today. Agency officials say the budget office found a quarter-million dollars to pay officers for two pay periods for Fiscal Year 2010. However, funding for the remaining 14 pay periods have not yet been identified.

The officers to date are owed about $1.4 million in overtime. DepCor last week paid out $400,000 in OT to its officers for the four pay periods this fiscal year.

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