by Krystal Paco
Guam - The deal may be signed but lawmakers nonetheless are hoping to get more information on the CoreTech purchase in Tiyan.
As requested by committee chair on education Speaker Judi Won Pat, Calvo met with senators this morning in a closed door meeting at Adelup.
As we've been reporting, Won Pat addressed Calvo in a letter last month requesting a sit down meeting to garner more information including GovGuam's choice payment plan which would directly impact the cost of the agreement.
In addition, there were concerns that the purchase includes property already owned by GovGuam via the Guam International Airport Authority but leased rent-free to CoreTech as part of a land exchange agreement. This property today houses the Guahan Academy Charter School and the vacant building to be used for DOE Central offices.