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Airport management works to resolve retroactive pay

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Although they've already been given their 40% pay increase, airport police and airport rescue firefighters have been wondering when they'll be made whole with their retroactive pay.  Airport management and board chair Ed Untalan met earlier this week to discuss the issue. 

Airport public information officer Alicia Perez says a firm date can't be given as to when the retro pay will be issued, but she says airport management continues to work on resolving the matter.  Law enforcement in line agencies meanwhile continue to wait for the remainder of their retroactive pay which was promised to be paid out during the course of this fiscal year.  

The Judiciary personnel are also waiting for their retro pay and the implementation of the remaining 20% in their regular checks.

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