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Commending Mr. Michael A. Cassio for 12 yrs. of public service

Resolution No. 06 (LS)
Relative to commending Mr. Michael A. Cassio for his 12 years of public service to the people of Guam through his assistance to the Guam National Guard with all aspects of environmental services, and to extend congratulations to him for his professional achievements. ADOPTED 1/03/05


Providing Minority representation on the Committee on Calendar and the Executive Committee

Resolution No. 10 (EC)
Relative to amending Section 18.09, Minority Members, of Rule XVIII, Powers, Authority and Composition of Committees, of the Standing Rules of I Mina’Bente Ocho Na Liheslaturan Guåhan to provide for Minority representation on the Committee on Calendar and the Executive Committee, which are responsible for the administration of I Liheslatura.


Recognizing April 2005 as the 40th Anniversary of the establishment of the Guam Federation of Teachers Union (GFT)

Resolution No. 62 (EC)
Relative to recognizing April 2005 as the 40th Anniversary of the establishment of the Guam Federation of Teachers Union (GFT) and acknowledging, commending and congratulating the GFT and its officers and members for their hard work over the decades to improve education in Guam and protect the rights of many of Guam's working families in many different occupations. ADOPTED 4/20/05


Specifically identify the Guam Youth Congress

Resolution No. 11 (EC)
Relative to adding a new subitem (vii) to Section 17.08, Committee on Criminal Justice, Public Safety, Youth and Public Affairs, of Rule XVII, Committees of I Liheslaturan Guåhan, of the Standing Rules of I Mina’Bente Ocho Na Liheslaturan Guåhan to specifically identify the Guam Youth Congress as a matter under the purview of the Committee on Criminal Justice, Public Safety, Youth and Public Affairs. ADOPTED 2/2/05


Recognizing and commending the Tumon/John F. Kennedy High School Alumni Association for their efforts

Resolution No. 91 (LS)
Relative to recognizing and commending the Tumon/John F. Kennedy High School Alumni Association for their efforts to create a single reunion event combining the graduating classes of the school; to acknowledge the official unveiling of the school’s Hall of Fame; and to congratulate all of the many graduates, students, educators and workers who have graced the halls of this Guam institution since it’s opening in 1959. ADOPTED 6/17/05


Recognizing the week of January 30 to February 6, 2005 as Guam Animal In Need’s (GAIN’s) “Spay and Neuter Week”

Resolution No. 13 (LS)
Relative to recognizing the week of January 30 to February 6, 2005 as Guam Animal In Need’s (GAIN’s) “Spay and Neuter Week” and also recognizing the many individuals, organizations and corporations that are donating their time, effort and money in support of this program. ADOPTED 2/2/05


“National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week”in Guam in recognition of Guam Animals in Need’s (GAIN’s) Animal Shelter employees and volunteers.

Resolution No. 102 (LS)
Relative to designating the week of November 13 through November 19, 2005 as “National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week”in Guam in recognition of Guam Animals in Need’s (GAIN’s) Animal Shelter employees and volunteers. ADOPTED 11/10/05


Opening of a Chamorro Cultural Village in the heart of Guam's Tourist Industry

Resolution No. 58 (EC)
Relative to expressing the desire of I Mina' Bente Ocho Na Liheslaturan Guåhan (Twenty-Eighth Guam Legislature) for Pa'a Taotao Tano to succeed in the opening of a Chamorro Cultural Village in the heart of Guam's Tourist Industry. ADOPTED 4/14/05


Acknowledging Mr. Robert H. Klawitter, Jr. for his dedication and contributions over many years

Resolution No. 117 (LS)
Relative to commending and acknowledging Mr. Robert H. Klawitter, Jr. for his dedication and contributions over many years in developing safety, emergency response and fire prevention inspection procedures, as well as ensuring proper environmental protections, that have improved working conditions for thousands, making many Guam workplaces safer for our people and preventing the potential loss of many lives. ADOPTED 1/19/06


Recognizing "Reach Out Now Teach-In Week" and also recognizing Island Girl Power/Ayuda Foundation and Mothers Against Drunk and Drugged Driving (MADD) Guam Chapter

Resolution No. 61 (EC)
Relative to recognizing April 18 to April 22, 2005 as "Reach Out Now Teach-In Week" and also recognizing Island Girl Power/Ayuda Foundation and Mothers Against Drunk and Drugged Driving (MADD) Guam Chapter and the many individuals, organizations and corporations that are donating their time, effort and money in support of this program. ADOPTED 4/20/05


Thanking Major Dave And Major Linda Harmon For Exemplary Service To The Community As Directors Of The Salvation Army Guam Corps And Lighthouse Recovery Center For The Past Eleven (11) Years

Resolution No. 167 (LS)
Relative To Extending A Warm Un Dångkolo Na Si Yu’os Ma’åse’ To Major Dave And Major Linda Harmon For Exemplary Service To The Community As Directors Of The Salvation Army Guam Corps And Lighthouse Recovery Center For The Past Eleven (11) Years And To Wish Them Great Success And Godspeed In Their Future Endeavors. ADOPTED 6/20/06