Guam- The Guam Election Commission (GEC) has until tomorrow (Friday) before its current lease with the GCIC building is over.
While a new agreement still hasn’t been signed, GEC legal Counsel Rawlen Mantanona says it doesn’t mean GEC will get kicked out of its office space. Mantanona explains the agency will continue its status as a holdover tenant with GCIC until the new lease agreement is approved.
Earlier in the week, Executive Director John Blas told PNC the specifications of the agreement must go through the General Services Agency (GSA) before anything is signed. He also mentioned that more office space and the 2nd floor conference room are still being negotiated at this time.