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Administration spends $6.7M on staffing

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Month four into the Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration and a complete staffing pattern shows Adelup is spending $6.7 million on staffing.

According to the 2nd quarter Fiscal Year 2019 staffing pattern on staffing.guam.gov, the Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration is spending $4.8 million on executive direction.

Lt. Gov. Joshua Tenorio’s office is spending $580,665 on staffing and benefits.

Adelup’s communications office comes with a price tag of over a quarter of a million dollars for taxpayers. The communications office is comprised of three employees.

Adelup’s highest paid employee is Governor Lou Leon Guerrero’s legal counsel and son-in-law Haig Hyunh. Hyunh makes a combined $160,511 in salary and benefits.

Legal counsel Sofia Diaz makes a combined $160,325.

Chief of Staff Tony Babauta is making $150,862 in salary and benefits, while Deputy Chief of Staff Jon Junior Calvo is making $149,920.

Former Governor Carl Gutierrez makes $112,184 in salary and benefits.

Adelup budgets
Executive Direction $4,782,754
Lt Governor’s Office $580,665
Communication $240,679
Government House $271,455
State Clearinghouse $258,094
Community Affairs $177,099
Commission on Decolonization $155,458
Guam Medical Referral $133,700
Bureau of Women’s Affairs $88,954

 

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