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  • Pacific Island Times Staff

Who's in charge of giant electronic signs in Guam?

Senator Frank B. Aguon Jr. is attempting to answer questions raised by a recent declaration by Guam Attorney General Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson that prohibits electronic sign variances in Guam.

Senator Aguon has proposed legislation that would assist the affected businesses and clear up the confusion. Following the Attorney General's declaration that prohibits electronic sign variances on Guam. Bill 116-34 (COR) gives the Department of Public Works administrative and enforcement jurisdiction over signage laws.

Aguon says his bill would ensure that the Guam Department of Public Works director is in charge of enforcing electronic sign regulations.

Earlier, Aguon introduced legislation to temporarily abolish the Guam Land Use Commission, which ignored the AGO concerns by approving the signs.

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