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CCU could announce new GM next week

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Consolidated Commission on Utilities expects that a contract for the new Guam Waterworks Authority general manager will be completed by next week. While the selection of the individual was made several weeks ago, the CCU has been ironing out details of the contract for the new GM, whose name has not been released publicly. 

CCU chairman Simon Sanchez says once the contract is completed, the new head will be introduced to the agency and the public. GWA has been without a permanent general manager since Dr. Leonard Olive submitted his resignation prior to fulfilling his three-year contract.

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