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Vincent Arriola appointed to head Department of Public Works

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The Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration announced their appointment
to head the Department of Public Works.


Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero will formally transmit the nomination for Vincent Arriola to the Guam Legislature for confirmation.

Arriola is currently the Deputy Director of the Department of Administration where he assists in the management, leadership, and operations of the agency. From 2010 to 2016, he served as the Executive Director for the Guam Legislature.

"Arriola's attention to detail and logistics is what we need at the Department of Public Works, an agency which encompasses everything from our highways to our bussing operations and building safety," Lt. Gov. Josh Tenorio said. "He's a proven leader and will be an invaluable asset to our cabinet."

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