by Nick Delgado
Guam - The report for the Guam Waterworks Authority shows promise from the Japan government that they will be getting some $420 million for infrastructure improvements by this April. Significant issues in the report state that GWA must keep the governor abreast on the status of the USEPA stipulated order, which is pending the completion of seven capital improvement projects.
It calls for the implementation of the management audit, continue training and certification programs, and continue retention of their CTP compensation program to attract qualified professionals. The report does recommend a reduction of the connection fees for moderate-to-low income housing.