Adelup Staffers to Pay Back Lump Sums By 2018

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Full repayment is expected by December 2018, which is the last month of the Calvo Tenorio administration

Guam – Adelup staffers will start paying back lump sums according to the governors office.Full repayment is expected by December 2018, which is the last month of the Calvo Tenorio administration.

Read the full release:

For immediate release, April 15, 2016

Please call Amanda Blas at 475-9379 for more information

 

 

Staffers at Adelup have started signing promissory notes and payroll deduction authorizations to pay back lump sums originally paid out in 2014.  

 

About 10 current and former staffers, to include former Chief of Staff Frank Arriola, have already signed the promissory note. Arriola has started repayment as a former Adelup employee.

 

Last month, Governor Calvo asked staffers to begin repayment in July. Some current staffers, including Chief of Staff Mark Calvo and Chief Policy Advisor Arthur Clark have opted to begin repayment immediately.

 

Chief of Staff Mark Calvo reiterated that this issue is a distraction from the work at Adelup.

 

“The Governor outlined, in his State of the Island address, a progressive agenda for the balance of his administration that includes a successful Festival of Pacific Arts, PATA summit, and a self determination vote,” he said. We need to focus on the work that needs to be done, such as continuing to improve government services, fixing our hospital and rebuilding dilapidated schools. There can be no distractions moving forward.” 

 

Full repayment is expected by December 2018, which is the last month of the Calvo Tenorio administration.

 
 

 

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  1. “We need to focus on the work that needs to be done, such as continuing to improve government services, fixing our hospital and rebuilding dilapidated schools. There can be no distractions moving forward.” [That’s all fine and dandy but it shouldn’t have ever been an issue to begin with If the law had been followed. The governor’s office brought all this upon themselves. No one else did.]

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