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Brian San Nicolas to lead Buildup Office

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Governor's Office has appointed Brian San Nicolas to serve as the acting director of the Guam Buildup Office. The position was left vacant after Eddie Reyes resigned last month for personal reasons.

San Nicolas says he has served some time in the military and also has experience in the private sector and working with military officials. "I've been working with the admiral and his group, Naval Facilities, JGPO, etc. working on this civilian military coordination council and its moving forward. Its construction specific just trying to manage the implementation of the construction projects on Guam and the mitigation matters that may have to occur," he told KUAM News.

As for the military buildup master plan, San Nicolas says it's still being developed by the Department of Defense.

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