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Education Board appointees sworn-in

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The five new members on the Guam Education Board were sworn in this evening. However, no business was conducted as the panel lacked legal counsel from the Attorney Generals office. Board chair Ron Ayuyu says although the five new members, May Camacho, Anita Enriquez, Barry Mead, Paul Pineda and Francis Santos voted to continue the meeting, he says the rest of the board disagreed.

The education board was expected to hold an election for their new GEB leadership positions as well as discuss the boards code of conduct. Ayuyu says they will contact the AG's office tomorrow to determine when the next board meeting will be held.

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