Since former GM of the Port Authority of Guam, Ken Takagawa, became the Portâ€™s Chief Negotiator, there has been no forward progress with the contract negotiations for our workers. He refuses to negotiate on items that have been negotiable for Public Employees under the Public Employees Management Relations Act for 40 years. Mr. Takagawa works 6 hrs a week and receives $20,000 per month plus per diem of $215 per day which comes out to $1,019 per hour to basically delay the process of getting our Port workers a contract! It appears that Mr. Takagawa is deliberately delaying the process to maximize his salary. In an effort to rectify the situation, President Matt Rector sent a letter to the Office of Attorney General Chief Prosecutor, Diane Corbett, to investigate the situation and ensure protection of the people of Guam from Government corruption, theft and waste of thousands of public dollars to this private contractor.