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NEWS: Governor's crackdown on violations begins

By Jacob Nakamura

(Tumon, Guam) The Governor's Office has announced that her officials have issued notices of violation to nine businesses that did not heed her directives to shut down in order to help stop the spread of COViD-19.

While her office did not name the businesses, they did give a breakdown. The following is from the Governor's Office:

The Department of Revenue and Taxation (DRT) has issued nine (9) Notices of Violation (NOV) as part of its efforts to enforce compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order No. 2020-05. Types of businesses that were issued the NOVs include a pawn shop, a video store, a beauty salon, a barber shop, 2 massage parlors, and 3 vape shops. Non-essential businesses remaining in operation from March 20, 2020 to March 30, 2020, and that refuse to comply with the provisions of EO 2020-05 “may be subject to the revocation of their business license or other penalties as available in law or rule.”
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