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Order pending for repair of Civil Defense A/C

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - No word from Guam Homeland Security/Office of Civil Defense on when the air conditioners will be back up and running in their basement where e-911 is located. GFD's dispatchers just recently returned back to Agana Heights after repairs were finally made to the A/C system, which had been out since June.

Homeland Security spokesperson Alyssa Benito said, "The issue is that the fan motor burnt out and this is a separate issue than the prior issue so right now we put in the request to get three motors we're just waiting for the PO (purchase order) to come out fortunately the motors are on island so once the PO comes out we'll be able to install and the vendor will e able to get the air con back in and up and running."

Again no timeframe when the A/C will be running again in the E-911 Center.

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