by Krystal Paco
Guam - The pressure is on for John F. Kennedy High School. With two weeks left until the start of classes, DOE personnel and International Bridge Corporation are working to unload collateral equipment from containers into Phases 1 and 2 of the Upper Tumon campus.
IBC Vice President Miguel Bordallo says he is working on getting the remaining phases ready to obtain occupancy permits by the end of the month. The school's ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for August 6.
A KUAM News investigative story about DOD contractor fined $100K by Guam EPA for spilling over 100 gallons of jet fuel and contaminating 500 tons of soil in Agana Heights and Harmon has caught the attention of local environmental justice group Prutehi LitMore >>