Time to move forward with reorganization, says Klitzkie

by Clynt Ridgell, KUAM News
Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Now that lawmakers got an earful on the Camacho Administration's plans to reorganize the Government of Guam, chairman of the Legislative Committee on Judiciary, Governmental Operations and Reorganization Senator Bob Klitzkie (R) says it's time to move to the next step in the process. As recently as last week a series of public hearings were held on a number of bills submitted by the Governor's office that would reorganize the island's public sector.

As reported, the lawmakers had three major areas of focus: how the bills improve government service, how the bills would save money, and how the bills help children receive an adequate education. Said Senator Klitzkie, "Some of the testimony zeroed in on those factors more than others the overall feel was that this was this was the first step of a three-step process."

He also told KUAM News the Administration's representatives told him the other areas of saving money and improving service would be handled in the last two steps.

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