Brown proposes re-appropriating funds for UOG agricultural research

by Sabrina Salas Matanane, KUAM News
Thursday, October 13, 2005

Like her fellow Republican Senator Robert Klitzkie has done in the past, Senator Joanne Brown is giving up part of her budget to go to other areas. The legislative vice-speaker has introduced two bills, the first of which she calls a follow-up bill to one passed earlier this year.

Bill 208 would re-appropriate money from her office for the purchase of a nito-carbon analyzer for the University of Guam Agriculture Experiment Station in Inarajan. She told KUAM News, "Well these funds are coming out of reserved funds from my office operations this is money that I've not expended to hire personnel or supplies or equipment."

Her second bill would give money to the Department of Parks and Recreation to build and maintain gates around several public parks on Guam.

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