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CCU meets to discuss GWA issues

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Consolidated Commission on Utilities is scheduled to meet this evening to get a number of reports dealing with the Guam Waterworks Authority. CCU chairman Simon Sanchez says the Japanese government is still very interested in funding a $420 million for infrastructure needs related to the buildup. 

In fact, newly selected general manager Martin Rausch will leave for Japan tomorrow to meet with Ministry of Defense officials and representatives from the Japan Bank for International Cooperation to discuss a request for proposal that GWA will issue for wastewater treatment plants.

The CCU is also expected to discuss sending a letter to the Department of Defense to begin discussions to transfer Fena assets over to the utility agency.

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