by Mindy Aguon
Guam - The Attorney General's Office could know where it will be moving to by early November. General Services Agency acting director Robert Kono says an evaluation of the bids that were submitted for the lease of office space is currently underway. Four companies submitted proposals to provide the AG's Office with a new home as the current office space has not been deemed safe. Public Works attempted to have the landlord, Big Bird Enterprises, hire a structural engineer to assess the integrity of the building but the company never complied. Kono says an award should be made within two weeks.
About 15,000 tax refund checks are being printed tomorrow to be sent out Monday. The Department of Revenue and Taxation, and Department of Administration have started the process to pay out the tax refunds.More >>