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Details linger for Barrigada school's relocation

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - DOE interim superintendent Taling Taitano looks forward to the relocation of Untalan Middle School to Tiyan, but many details still need to be ironed out. She told KUAM News, "A proposed timeline, what additional collateral equipment would be needed that need to be in place before they move. We need to have the regulatory agents signoff that the campus is okay. We need to make sure they have Internet. We need to talk to DPW to make sure that the bussing schedule is put in place."

Taitano says a list is being compiled on what needs to be done for the relocation to be successful, the plan will then be presented to the Guam Education Board.

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