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GPA moving to new office by mid-December

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - By December 15th, the Guam Power Authority will be opening it's doors at their permanent home in the Gloria B Nelson Public Service Building in Mangilao and in preparation for the transition GPA's main office in Tiyan will closing their doors at the end of business day on Friday, December 5th. But in addition to this several services will also be going off line.

GPA spokesperson Art Perez said, "Any online service with GPA will be affected will be down essentially the My Energy website the GPA pre paid e-pay and online viewing of GPA accounts even pay by phone will be offline will GPA makes the transition to Fedian and runs our test to make sure we are operational by the 15th," he explained.

Perez says additional support staff will be sent to their Julale location and GWA's main office to service customers. He adds that the Guam Waterworks Authority will also be transitioning gradually but their move will take place through January. 

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