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TRANSITION TEAM WORKING HARD

The gubernatorial transition team has been separated into clusters and is visiting government departments and agencies to talk with commissioners and employees.
The team has made progress in evaluating government departments, team leader Juel Molloy said in the Daily News.
Transition team members should wrap up their investigations by Dec, 14 and submit a preliminary report to Gov-elect Charles Turnbull on Dec. 16.
The final report should be completed by Dec. 20 and be available to the public by Dec. 28, the Daily News reported.
Molloy said the team is trying to get an accurate picture of finances so the new governor. and Lt. Governor Gerard Luz James II can take office with a clear idea of the government’s financial standing.
Some members of the transition team have indicated the financial situation is as bad or worse than expected.

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The gubernatorial transition team has been separated into clusters and is visiting government departments and agencies to talk with commissioners and employees.
The team has made progress in evaluating government departments, team leader Juel Molloy said in the Daily News.
Transition team members should wrap up their investigations by Dec, 14 and submit a preliminary report to Gov-elect Charles Turnbull on Dec. 16.
The final report should be completed by Dec. 20 and be available to the public by Dec. 28, the Daily News reported.
Molloy said the team is trying to get an accurate picture of finances so the new governor. and Lt. Governor Gerard Luz James II can take office with a clear idea of the government’s financial standing.
Some members of the transition team have indicated the financial situation is as bad or worse than expected.