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Still no decision on CoreTech facility

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The Administration has yet to make a final decision on the use of CoreTech's property in Tiyan. On Thursday, a walkthrough with regulatory agencies and the Department of Education resulted in a few concerns from the alarm system to internet access but the Administration believed those issues could be resolved fairly easily.  

Financing and having both parties come to a mutual agreement on the lease were the biggest challenges the administration was facing. DOE and the Administration are contemplating using the facility for a temporary campus for Untalan Middle School or possibly as a new high school to address overcrowding issues.

A formal announcement set for today on the government's plans for the property was instead postponed due to personal matters. The Governor's Office says a decision may be released early next week.

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