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Judge holds meeting over FMT

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - District Court Judge Consuelo Marshal is determining whether or not the Government of Guam is ready to operate without the Federal Management Team, specifically the Department of Mental Health and DISID. Mental Health director Wil Aflague met with the judge, which he says was basically like a job interview to see if the department is ready to take on the duties and responsibilities the FMT is currently handling.

"I find her very personable, very concerned and I feel that whatever she decision makes that it will be for the benefit of the clients and the consumers," he said.

Attorney Daniel Somerfleck filed the motion to remove the FMT claiming inaction from the team. Judge Marshal has given the parties until February 10 to submit a list of names and resumes of proposed receivers.

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