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Judge gives DMHSA deadline for repairs

by Michele Catahay

Guam - The state of emergency for the Rays of Hope Home in Tamuning is still in a state of emergency. Although the Department of Mental Health failed to meet this month's deadline to complete the repairs and renovations the facility. Judge Linda Ingles gave mental health additional time.

Renovations must now be completed by February 15. Guam Legal Services Executive Director Harold Parker says he can't comment any further on what was discussed during a hearing that was held Monday before the judge, but does say Mental Health assured the judge that the students under the program will be situated at the Tamuning facility once repairs are completed.

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