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Rev & Tax prepares for fourth oversight hearing

by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - For the fourth time this year, Rev & Tax will go before lawmakers for an oversight hearing to give updates on progress within the department from customer service to accounts receivable.

We should add this is the first hearing since oversight chair Senator Michael San Nicolas sent DRT director John Camacho a letter criticizing his lack of planning and effective management regarding customer wait time. Camacho subsequently fired back asking San Nicolas to "drop the theatrics against our department."

Camacho says several changes have been made since. "We're improving every now and then and there's always room to improve and basically as we see them we try to answer their concerns and we do our best every time we meet them," he said.

Other topics set for discussion include Hotel Occupancy Tax, Business Privilege Tax and the Real Property Assessment. The oversight is set for 2:30pm Tuesday afternoon at the Guam Legislature's Public Hearing Room.

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