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AG moving into ITC Building

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The Office of the Attorney General will start the move to its new office space starting this weekend.   In a media release, Attorney General Leonardo Rapadas asks the community and business organizations to be patient during the transition which may take up to 45 days and may result in disruptions to services.

The OAG will move to parts of the 7th floor as well as occupy all of the 8th and 9th floors of the ITC Building.

The 7th floor will house the client intake and customer service for all divisions, including Child Support and the Victim Witness Ayuda Service Unit.

Pick up, deliveries, and child support services will resume at the Hagatna location on W. O'brien Drive. Phone numbers for all divisions will also remain the same until further notice.

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