CQA proposes cargo, passenger fee increases
Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency on April 17 met with senators to discuss its shortage of CQA personnel and a potential remedy to its situation: service charge increases.
Over the last 10 years, CQA has seen its personnel drop by more than 50% — from 232 in 1998 to 109 this year. CQA said it proposed raising its cargo and passenger fees as a way to enhance funding to get more personnel on payroll.
The current cargo rate and passenger fee . . .
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