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Forum next week for GFD fee increases

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Police Department has set a date to get feedback from the community regarding its proposed fee increases. The department developed the increase to 30 services to recoup the costs it loses for providing the services.

Among the proposed fee increase includes raising the cost of traffic accident reports to $25, police clearances to $20 and new firearms id's to $50. The hearing will be held on April 20 at 9am at the Dededo Precinct Conference Room.

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