Power Cut to AG’s Office Because Landlord, NOT GovGuam, Didn’t Pay GPA Bill

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Guam – Power to the office building occupied by the Guam Attorney General’s Office was cut at 9 am this morning because the power bill was 50 days past due.

Heidi Ballendorf, the Acting  Spokesperson for the Guam Power Authority, says that a company she identified as “Big Bird” had not paid the power bill which she said was 50 days past due. The total amount owed is $50,904.

Spokesperson for the Attorney General’s Office, Carlina Charfauros said services were not interrupted. They ran off generator power this morning and there was no disruption, said Charfauros.

GPA power to the building was restored about 1 pm this afternoon.

READ AG PIO Charfauros’ statenment in FULL below:

I can confirm that our power is out right now. We are running on a generator with full operations continuing as normal. There are no disruptions in our services to the community.

We expect the power to be restored sometime today.

Carlina Charfauros
PIO