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Mayor's Council elects new officers

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - The Mayor's Council of Guam held an election this morning for its officers, and not much has changed. Dededo mayor Melissa Savares remains president, Sinajana vice-mayor Robert Hoffman still sits as vice-president, Inarajan mayor Frank Taitague is treasurer, Hagatna mayor John Cruz is sergeant-at-arms, and Agat mayor Carol Tayama was elected at the Council's secretary.

The Council is scheduled to have it first meeting of the year tomorrow where they will tackle several issues including efforts to have the legislature reintroduce a bill that lifts fuel tax exemptions.

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