Increases the fines for violations of regulations pertaining to the use of signs for commercial purposes. Violations are subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $1,000 per violation, with an additional penalty not to exceed $300 for each violation that is not rectified in 10 business days.
Introduced in the 35th Guam Legislature
Bill No. 3011-35 by Sen. James C. Moylan
Aims to provide relief to small businesses suffering from the impacts of the coronavirus. Would temporarily reduce the business privilege tax from 5% to 4%, revise the Dave Santos Small Business Act to provide a business privilege tax exemption on the first $250,000 of earned income for small businesses with gross earnings of less than $500,000 and place a freeze on the interim exemption benefit provided to businesses for a six month window between April 1 and Sept. 30.
Bill No. 308-35 by Senators Tina Rose Muña Barnes, James C. Moylan, Amanda L. Shelton, Joe S. San Agustin, Mary Camacho Torres, William M. Castro, Jose “Pedo” Terlaje, Clynton E. Ridgell and Régine Biscoe Lee
Would appropriate $1 million from the government of Guam’s Rainy Day Fund to establish an Emergency Pandemic Fund to provide resources necessary to respond to the threat of COVID-19, which is widely known as the coronavirus.
Bill No. 305-35 by Sen. James C. Moylan
Would pursue a public-private partnership to manage Guam Memorial Hospital through a performance management contract.
Bill No. 302-35 by Sen. Louise B. Muña
Would prohibit health insurance companies from cancelling or reducing benefits for patients who enroll in qualified clinical trials.
Bill No. 301-35 by Senators Amanda L. Shelton, Therese M. Terlaje, Tina Rose Muña Barnes, Telena Cruz Nelson, Joe S. San Agustin, William M. Castro, Clynton E. Ridgell Kelly Marsh Taitano, James C. Moylan and Jose “Pedo” Terlaje
Would authorize tax credits for the acquisition of medical equipment and an electronic health records system for the Guam Memorial Hospital.
Bill No. 298-35 by Senators Joe S. San Agustin, Tina Rose Muña Barnes, Clynton E. Ridgell, Jose “Pedo” Terlaje, James C. Moylan and William M. Castro
Would allow funds remaining after the projected costs of the plan to rehabilitate and improve Harmon Industrial Park were lowered to be put toward street improvements not included in the project’s original scope of work.
Bill No. 294-35 by Sen. Therese M. Terlaje
Would appropriate $11 million to capital improvement and equipment acquisition for the Guam Memorial Hospital.
Bill No. 293-35 by Senators Sabina Flores Perez and Clynton E. Ridgell
Would transfer more than 773,000-square-meters of land in Yigo to the Department of Agriculture for inclusion in the Guam Forestry and Legacy Act of 2012 land inventory.
Bill No. 292-35 by Senators Sabina Flores Perez and Clynton E. Ridgell
Would transfer more than 1.5 million-square-meters of land in Merizo to the Department of Agriculture for the purpose of developing the Guam Forest System plan.
Bill No. 291-35 by Senators Sabina Flores Perez and Clynton E. Ridgell
Would transfer more than 5.5 million-square-meters of land in Inarajan, Talofofo, Merizo and Umatac to the Department of Agriculture for the purpose of developing the Guam Forest System plan.
Bill No. 288-35 by Sen. James C. Moylan
Would authorize the Guam Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees to identify and pursue critical repairs while authorizing tax credits to private entities providing services to the Guam Memorial Hospital. mbj