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Several agencies looking for new homes

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - With the clock ticking away agencies at the Department of Administration Building are looking for new homes. Agencies such as the Guam Regional Transit Authority. According to interim executive planner Rudy Cabana GSA issued an invitation for bid on July 10th and won't know until the 25th when the bid closes where GRTA's temporary office space will be. Meanwhile things are moving smoothly for the proposed new home for GRTA. As we reported a plan is in the works to build a five story facility on the land across John F. Kennedy. That will not only house GRTA but a total of six government agencies. He says that the property is owned by DISID and will house the Department of Revenue & Taxation, DISID, Land Management, GRTA, and the One Call, One Click Center. Cabana says that in addition to the new five-story building a three-story parking structure will also be included in the buildings proposal to ensure there is enough parking for the agencies employees as well as be able to adequately house the transit buses.

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