GMH Utility Services to Remain on As They Strike Deal With GWA/GPA

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This week has seen a back and forth between GWA and GMH by extending multiple deadlines to either pay their outstanding balance of 500,000 dollars or face disconnection.

Guam – GMH has officially bought themselves three months as Governor Calvo has finalized negotiations with both GPA and GWA to avoid disconnection of the hospitals water and power.

 

According to the Governors Office, GPA and GWA have both agreed to accept a 50-percent payment on the amounts owed with the remaining balance to be paid within the next three months. This week has seen a back and forth between GWA and GMH by extending multiple deadlines to either pay their outstanding balance of 500,000 dollars or face disconnection. The original deadline for payment was yesterday. GMH is ten months delinquent for it’s water services. In regards to vice speaker BJ Cruz’s legislation to appropriate $1.1 million to pay GMH’s outstanding utility bills, Governor Calvo says the bill is quote “currently under review by the legal team with the same diligence given to all bills that are passed by the legislature.”