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Rev & Tax closed again

by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Department of Revenue & Taxation will be closed again today. According to a release, several employees returned to work this morning following Tuesday's closure and had to leave after falling ill to the lingering foul odor. Tuesday's closure was as a result of an electrical fire in its computer systems room that caused the facility to fill with heavy smoke. DRT management made the decision to keep rev and tax closed to prevent risk to the safety and health of customers and employees.

Director John Camacho tells KUAM that management is meeting with aircon technicians to resolve the matter in hopes of resuming operations Thursday. He adds if you need to file and pay any tax documents, payments are being accepted at the Treasurer of Guam in Hagatna. He adds if there are any other matters with due dates in the past two days, they will be extended accordingly.

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