1985 to 1989 Executive Orders

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1985 Executive Orders

1985 Executive Orders Index

Executive Order 85-1: Amendment to E.O. 84-19

Executive Order 85-2: Navy Land Transfer to the Government of Guam

Executive Order 85-3: Guidelines for licensing foreign sales corporations, and tax provisions relating thereto, to be implemented by the Department of Revenue and Taxation

Executive Order 85-4: Designation of Campus for Dededo Middle School and Dededo Recreation Area

Executive Order 85-5: Governor’s systems for the determination of available U.S. workers and prevailing wage rates relative to alien labor certification

Executive Order 85-6: Relative to the leasing of Government-Owned land for commercial purposes

Executive Order 85-6 (Attachment)

Executive Order 85-7: Taguag Memorial Cemetary

Executive Order 85-8: Amendment to E.O. 34-31 -Creation of the Executive Planning Committee for Excellence in Education

Executive Order 85-9: Amendment to E.O. 85-2

Executive Order 85-10: Amendment to E.O. 78-2 – To add the commission on the Chamorro Language as a member of the Government of Guam Subdivision and Development Review Committee

Executive Order 85-11: To authorize emergency procurement by the Guam Airport Authority for Insurance

Executive Order 85-12: Relative to the establishment of a Tourism Policy of the Territory of Guam

Executive Order 85-13: Government of Guam Quarantine Facility Closure

Executive Order 85-14: Relative to establishing Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a holiday

Executive Order 85-15: Joint Committee for the facilitation of Temporary Alien Labor Certification

Executive Order 85-16: To initiate an inter-agency policy group to establish and strengthen greater inter-agency cooperation in the development and implementation of land-use controls, policies, regulations, and laws

Executive Order 85-17: Monthly Foster Care Rates for Children

Executive Order 85-18: To establish a program to investigate and study conditions affecting women on Guam

Executive Order 85-19: Food Damage Protection

Executive Order 85-19 (Attachment)

Executive Order 85-20: Wholesaler’s exemption from business privilege tax


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1986 Executive Orders

Executive Order 86-1: Relative to establishing Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a local government holiday

Executive Order 86-2: Emergency Declaration

Executive Order 86-3: To Authorize the Filipino Community of Guam to Erect a Statue Honoring the Late Archbishop Felixberto Camacho Flores

Executive Order 86-4: Creation of the Guam Insurance Advisory Committee

Executive Order 86-5: To establish a revolving fund and a fee schedule for the Southern Region Community Health Center

Executive Order 86-6: Guam Task Force on Child Sexual Abuse

Executive Order 86-7: Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act, as amended to the Government of Guam

Executive Order 86-8: Declaration of Emergency for Procurement of Group Life Insurance and Creating an Interim Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 86-9: Creation of the Guam Tax Advisory Committee

Executive Order 86-10: Dedication of Department of Public Works’ Cafeteria in Honor of Leonisa B. Untalan

Executive Order 86-10: Department of Revenue and Taxation Rules and Regulations Affecting the Fee for Vehicle Inspection, Re-inspection, and Decal Cost

Executive Order 86-11: Declaring a Public Safety Emergency and Authorizing Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 86-12: Amendment to E.O. 86-8 Relating to Group Life Insurance Procurement and Emergency Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 86-13: Department of Revenue and Taxation Rules and Regulations Affecting Gross Receipts Tax on Gross Income from Coin-Activated Amusement Devices

Executive Order 86-14: Proclaiming Fred Quinene as the the Poet Laureate of the Bordallo Administration

Executive Order 86-15: Declaring a Public Health Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 86-16: Coastal Zone Management Conference Special Fund

Executive Order 86-17: Amendment to E.O. 86-12 Relating to Group Life Insurance Procurement and Emergency Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 86-17 (Attachment) : Governor’s Briefing – Group Life Self-Insurance Program

Executive Order 86-18: Establishment of the Department of Parks and Recreation Youth Advisory Committee on Graffiti, Vandalism, and Littering

Executive Order 86-19: Department of Revenue and Taxation Rules and Regulations Regarding the Formation and Operation of Captive Insurance Companies

Executive Order 86-20: Amendment to E.O. 85-14

Executive Order 86-21: Declaring a Public Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 86-23: Declaring a Public Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 86-24: General Services Agency Special Fund

Executive Order 86-25: To establish a special/continuing account for the program income of the Guam Employment Service


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1987 Executive Orders

1987 Executive Orders Index

Executive Order 87-1: Rescinding E.O. 84-13

Executive Order 87-2: Cost Containment Measures

Executive Order 87-3: Government of Guam Deficit Elimination Task Force

Executive Order 87-4: Government of Guam Privatization Advisory Council

Executive Order 87-5: Government of Guam Debt Advisory Council

Executive Order 87-6: Creation of the Guam Tax Reform Commission

Executive Order 87-8: Relative to the Government House Revolving Fund

Executive Order 87-9: Declaring a Public Health Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 87-10: Amendment to E.O. 87-9 – Declaring a Public Health Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 87-11: Establishing a Revolving Fund for the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation

Executive Order 87-12: Amendment to E.O. 86-35 – Relating to Group Life Insurance Procurement and the Emergency Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 87-13: Amendment to E.O. 86-35 và 87-12 – Relating to Group Life Insurance Procurement and the Emergency Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 87-14: Use of Government School Buses

Executive Order 87-15: Youth Smoking

Executive Order 87-16: Establishment of a task force in preparation of the 1988 Fifth Festival of Pacific Arts and Designation of the Guam Council of the Arts and Humanities as the Lead Agency

Executive Order 87-17: Guam Occupational Information Coordinating Committee

Executive Order 87-18: Amendment to E.O. 87-12 và 87-13 – Relating to Group Life Insurance Procurement and the Emergency Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 87-19: Relative to the Leasing of Government-Owned Land for Commercial Purposes

Executive Order 87-20: Drug Policy Coordinating Council

Executive Order 87-21: Declaring a Public Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 87-22: Amendment to the Rules for the Administration of Correctional Institutions and Other Places of Confinement

Executive Order 87-23: Inmate Work Release Program Regulations

Executive Order 87-24: Amendment to E.O. 87-21

Executive Order 87-25: Department of Administration Resignation Procedures

Executive Order 87-26: Amendment to E.O. 87-14

Executive Order 87-27: Prepaid Legal Services

Executive Order 87-28: Amendment to E.O. 87-18 – Relating to Group Life Insurance Procurement and the Emergency Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 87-29: Relative to establishing equity in pay between locally hired skilled laborers and laborers brought into The Territory through the H2 Visa Program

Executive Order 87-30: Priority Placement Procedures

Executive Order 87-31: Reorganization of the Public Utility Agency of Guam (PUAG)

Executive Order 87-32: To require the posting of certain signs of Government Agencies in Chamorro and English

Executive Order 87-33:Priority Placement Procedures

Executive Order 87-34: Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports

Executive Order 87-35: Creation of the Guam “Just Say No” Task Force

Executive Order 87-36: Creation of the Anao Nature Preserve

Executive Order 87-37: Amendment to E.O. 87-28 – Relating to Group Life Insurance Procurement and the Emergency Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 87-38: Amendment to E.O. 87-37 – Relating to Group Life Insurance Procurement and the Emergency Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 87-39: Amendment to E.O. 87-26 và 87-14


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1988 Executive Orders

1988 Executive Orders Index

Executive Order 88-1: To fight drug use on Guam

Executive Order 88-2: Declaring a Civil Defense Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 88-3: Declaring a Public Health Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 88-4: Declaring a Public Health and Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 88-5: Declaring a Public Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 88-6: Transferring Procurement and Related Activities of the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority to the Department of Administration General Services Agency

Executive Order 88-7: Amendment to E.O. 87-38 Relating to Group Life Insurance Procurement and Emergency Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 88-8: To Expedite Collection of Outstanding Accounts Receivable on Federal Grant-in-Aids

Executive Order 88-9: Adopting Safety Standards for the Government of Guam and Directing the Department of Labor to Coordinate Implementation

Executive Order 88-10: Creation of the State Wage Information Collection Agency (SWICA) and the SWICA Committee

Executive Order 88-11: Amendment to E.O. 88-5 Declaring a Public Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 88-12: Amendment to E.O. 88-7 – Relating to Group Life Insurance Procurement and the Emergency Self-Insured Program

Executive Order 88-13: Amending E.O. 76-30 – Recreation Activities Revolving Fund

Executive Order 88-14: Relating to the Establishment of a Bureau for Women’s Affairs

Executive Order 88-15: To Create an Aviation Policy Task Force

Executive Order 88-16: Amendment to E.O. 86-06 – Guam Task Force on Child Sexual Abuse

Executive Order 88-17: Amendment to E.O. 86-06 – Guam Task Force on Child Sexual Abuse

Executive Order 88-18: Governor’s Youth Council Policy Steering Committee

Executive Order 88-19: Approval the of Rules and Regulations of the Department of Corrections

Executive Order 88-20: Flood Damage Prevention

Executive Order 88-21: Regional Organizations

Executive Order 88-22: Protection and Recovery of Underwater Historic Property Sites

Executive Order 88-23: Guam Aquaculture Development and Training Center Revolving Fund

Executive Order 88-24: Declaring a Public Health Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for an Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 88-25: Declaring a Public Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 88-26: To Require the Victims of Violent Crime be Notified of the Pending Release of the Perpetrator of Said Acts

Executive Order 88-27: Relative to Establishing a Hepatitis B Immunization Program for Infants and Children

Executive Order 88-29: To Designate a Lead Agency for Coordinating Government of Guam Interests and Activities within the 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone


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1989 Executive Orders

1989 Executive Orders Index

Executive Order 89-1: South Pacific Games Planning and Sports Facilities Development Coordinating Committee

Executive Order 89-2: Regulations Pertaining to the Catastrophic Illness Assistance Program

Executive Order 89-3: Temporary Closure of East Agana Bay to the Use of Mechanized Vessels for the Protection of Traditional Manahac Fishing Rights

Executive Order 89-4: Designating the Village of Umatac as the site of Guam’s “Discovery Day” Activities

Executive Order 89-5: Reservation of the Remaining Sustainable Yield of Northern Guam Groundwater Lens

Executive Order 89-6: Transfer of the Child Support Enforcement Office from the Department of Public Health and Social Services to the Department of Law

Executive Order 89-7: Establishing an Affirmative Action Program to recruit handicapped persons for employment within the Government of Guam

Executive Order 89-8: Relating to the establishment of a Guam Shipping Rate Review Board

Executive Order 89-9: Adopting Procedures for Preserving Historic Sites

Executive Order 89-10: Relative to the temporary closure of East Agana Bay to the use of mechanized vessels for the protection of traditional Manahac Fishing Rights

Executive Order 89-11: Guam Mental Health Planning Council

Executive Order 89-12: Establishing the Guam War Reparations Commission

Executive Order 89-12: As amended by E.O. 89-15 và 89-17 – Establishing the Guam Reparations Commission

Executive Order 89-13: Provision of Services for Handicapped and At-Risk Infants and Toddlers

Executive Order 89-14: Personnel Rules and Regulations of the Public Utility Agency of Guam (PUAG)

Executive Order 89-15: Amending E.O. 89-12 to increase representation on the Guam Reparations Commission

Executive Order 89-16: Increasing membership on the Bureau for Women’s Affairs

Executive Order 89-17: Further Amending E.O. 89-12

Executive Order 89-18: Authorizing Emergency Procurement Necessary to Open Public Schools on August 24, 1989

Executive Order 89-19: Declaring a Public Health Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 89-20: Relative to Establishing a Guam Aids Advisory Committee

Executive Order 89-21: Declaring a Public Safety and Health Emergency Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 89-22: Relative to Establishing the “Guam Arson Task Force”

Executive Order 89-23: “Activation of National Guard Personnel”

Executive Order 89-24: Regarding Policies for Disposition of Archaeologically Recovered Human Remains

Executive Order 89-25: Department of Labor, Wage, and Hour Trust Fund

Executive Order 89-26: “Authorizing the Clearing, Repairing and Reconstructing Damaged Areas and Mitigating Flooding Conditions”

Executive Order 89-30: Declaring a Civil Defense Emergency and Authorizing the Use of Outstanding Appropriations for Emergency Expenditure

Executive Order 89-31: Adoption of the Recreational Water Use Management Plan (RWUMP) for the Waters of Guam

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