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Mayors concerned with Calvo/Tenorio reps

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A better, working relationship with the administration, the Abandoned Vehicle Program, bullying and getting appropriations on time were among the issues raised during today's Mayors Council of Guam meeting. Governor's external affairs advisor, former senator Telo Taitague, met with mayors to hear their concerns and assure them they will have a voice in the Calvo-Tenorio Administration.

She told KUAM News, "I don't think there will be any gap at all. He [the governor] will continue to incorporate them in the cabinet meetings, which is something very different. As you know the president Mayor [Melissa] Savares was at the first cabinet meeting they are part of us and it's important."

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