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GFD providing status briefing on Monday

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - A status briefing has been planned by the Guam Fire Department. The Public Safety Committee is looking for an update on leased ambulances as well as the procurement of additional ambulances using Department of Interior funding.  The committee also wants to know the status of billing services for the fire department that would help provide revenue for training and equipment for firefighters. 

The fire department is also expected to provide the status of the department's office relocation and the status of 30 un-appointed firefighter recruits.  The briefing is scheduled for 2pm Monday.

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