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Freedom of Information Advisory Council members appointed

by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Several members of the community have been appointed to serve on the Guam Legislative Freedom of Information Advisory Council. The council was established a week ago through a resolution by Senator Rory Respicio aimed at encouraging and facilitating compliance with the Freedom of Information Act.

Respicio appointed several current and former media representatives, Senator Tom Ada and Santa Rita resident and former Guam Education Board member Barry Mead, attorney general of Guam Leonardo Rapadas and the administrator of the judiciary of Guam or their designees have been invited to be on the council. Governor Eddie Calvo was also invited to appoint members to the council.

The council's first meeting will be announced at a later date.  In the meantime a website has been established for the council with information that will assist members of the community who want to contact the newly formed organization.

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