by Krystal Paco
Guam - Providence International Christian Academy may be operating with a temporary assembly permit from the Guam Fire Department, but that won't be enough to keep the island's other regulatory agencies away. According to Department of Public Health environmental health specialist Marilou Bumagat, the Tamuning school failed to obtain a sanitary permit after last week's inspection.
As of Wednesday, Bumagat personally delivered a letter to the Attorney General's Office seeking assistance with corrective action for the illegally-run school. Owners William and Paula Schmidt are still pending their application with the Guam Land Use Commission to rezone the area's classification from residential to commercial.