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Aguon pushing for release of remaining retro-pay

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Committee Chair on Public Safety, Senator Frank Aguon, Jr. has written to Governor Eddie Calvo urging him to release the remaining balance of the law enforcement retro payments as it relates to their 40-percent raises. After the legislature swiftly approved raises for themselves, the governor, Lt. Governor and the Calvo Cabinet, KUAM asked about these retro payments. The Governor in January said the delay was due to reconciliation between the agencies and the Department of Administration. Senator Aguon wrote to the Governor that although “you may not be able to personally contribute to the process, you can perhaps do something towards it, and any assistance, however trifling in itself, will be of great significance.”

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