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Community shows support for Sgro's nomination to airport board

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Kathy Calvo Sgro went up before the Guam Legislature for her appointment as a member of the Guam International Airport Authority. Sgro, who is the executive vice president of Pay-Less Markets Inc, says she can bring energy of teamwork, leadership and progressive foresight to the GIAA board.

"Not unlike the aviation industry, the grocery business is a dynamic industry with no room for stagnation and strict adherence to public law and regulations are paramount," she said. "I am confident that my ability as a businesswoman with over 30 years in the retail industry will be an asset to the Guam International Airport Authority."

Sgro previously served on the University of Guam's board of regents from 2006 to 2013.

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