|WRITTEN BY JEFF MARCHESSEAULT, GUAM NEWS WATCH ANCHOR|
|FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2010|
GUAM - For students and alumni of John F. Kennedy High School comes good news from San Francisco. Guam Economic Development Authority (GEDA) Administrator Tony Blaz broke word this morning that the money's in the bank to spark up the demolition and reconstruction of JFK's dilapidated old Tamuning campus.
If the project remains on schedule, the rebuilt campus could be completed in time for a June move-in and ready for students by the start of school next fall.
Here is the original news announcement from GEDA:
(San Francisco, CA) - At 2 am Guam time this morning, the Government of Guam was successful in closing the JFK High School financing and funds were delivered for the project. Tony Blaz, Administrator for GEDA states " It took a strong collaboration of people, to make this day happen, truly a prime example of public-private partnership. We all worked hard to make this happen so that the students of JFK are back where they belong. Congratulations to all the JFK islanders, alumni, stakeholders and the people of Guam. Biba JFK! Biba Guam!"