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Terlaje moved to serve at Port Authority

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - After a just a few months on the job, Department of Land Management director Anisia Terlaje is being transferred to the Port Authority of Guam. Acting Port Deputy General Manager Felix Pangelinan confirms that Terlaje will become the new deputy for the agency.

Although not specific, Pangelinan says Terlaje felt she has completed her duties at land management, adding that Adelup has been planning her appointment to the deputy position for some time. He says the port board will now have to meet to ratify Terlaje's appointment.

Pangelinan says he will return to his job as the port harbor master.

In the meantime, the governor appointed chief planner Carl Untalan to serve as acting director of land management.

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