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CCU winners are tenured policymakers

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 by Jason Salas

Guam - The Consolidated Commission on Utilities race was one of several non-partisan races that because of the intensity of the gubernatorial race tended to fly under the radar this year, but it nonetheless ended with electing a who's-who of members to serve in overseeing power and water systems.

The members will continue their work to modernize the water and power systems while being dually challenged with keeping rates down.

Simon Sanchez, Francis Santos and George Bamba, all savvy public sector veterans and all former senators, finished in the top three spots, with Sanchez netting nearly twice the votes of Santos at the number 2 spot.

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