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Guam Buildup Office director resigns

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Guam Buildup Office Director Eddie Reyes has tendered his resignation with the Office of the Governor. Reyes sent a letter to senators in the 31st Guam Legislature explaining that he is stepping down for personal reasons. Reyes states it has been a true pleasure and experience working with such high caliber legislators.

He adds under the leadership of the Calvo Administration and the Legislature, he believes the transition to the buildup will be done in a responsible manner to the maximum extent possible.

Adelup officials meanwhile have not yet announced who the new buildup office director will be at this time.

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