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Governor reflects on year in office

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - In his weekly address, Governor Eddie Calvo Reflected on his past year in office and the fight his administration will continue in 2012 to ensure the rest of what's owed in tax refunds are paid and in a timely manner. "You've inspired the Calvo-Tenorio Administration. Whether we're fighting for your tax refunds a better future for your children or for the dream of owning your own home, we are committed to transforming this government so that it works efficiently and responsibly for you," he said.

In the coming days the Administration will work on the Series 'B' part of the bond, which Calvo said is critical to his fiscal stabilization plan. He added that with leadership of the Guam Economic Development Authority his team is aggressively seeking new ways to bring more economic activity to Guam including investors from Taiwan, Japan and the Philippines.

 

 

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