Honorable Doris F. Lujan

Honorable Doris F. Lujan

Mayors Council of Guam

Mayors Council of Guam

Honorable Doris F. Lujan

Mayor Doris Flores Lujan was bom and raised in Inalahan. She is the daughter of the late Maria Flores Lujan known as “Mariquitan Luling” and had one brother, the late Joseph Frederick Flores Lujan, fondly known as “Freddy.”
 
Doris attended Inarajan Elementary and Inarajan Junior High School. She graduated from George Washington High School in 1965.
 
Mayor Lujan has a long history of service. She retired from the Federal government after 42 years of faithful and dedicated service at Andersen Air Force Base where she served as the Base, Wing and Communications Squadron Commander’s Secretary for 20 years (1965-1985) and 22 years (1985-2007) as the Base Records Manager, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Manager and Privacy Act (PA) officer. She also served As Deputy, Base Information Management, overseeing the overall operation of the Base Publications Distribution Office, Base Reproduction Branch, Base Records Management Branch, and Military Postal Service Center. Mayor Lujan was elected to a second term on November 8, 2016.
 
Prior to her re-election, Mayor Lujan established a track record of leadership. She championed a former EPA Administrator's declaration submitted to the District Court of Guam for the government to close the Malojloj Transfer Station. She wrote a letter to the Guam Solid Waste Authority Board (GSWA) signed by all Southern Mayors and advocated to keep the transfer station open, as closing the transfer station would adversely impact southern residents and encourage illegal dumping on remote sites. GWSA Board unanimously voted to keep the transfer station open as to do so would be in the best interest of Guam and invited the surrounding mayors to keep the transfer station, which will be attached to the Government of Guam’s response. The Government’s response submits that the transfer station will remain open.
 
Since taking office, she helped settle a long-standing issue on Tract 3621, owned by a private lot owner and worked collaboratively with Senator Tom Ada, 33rd Guam Legislature, to correct the record. Public Law 33-160 was passed which placed Tract 3620 under the administrative jurisdiction of the mayor’s office and the Inarajan Municipal Planning Council (IMPC). This bill now authorized the mayor’s office to have the available lots resurveyed and consolidated into one lot; a grant will be submitted to the Guam Economic Development Authority (GEDA) to build a Community Public Facility to include a mayor’s office.
 
In partnership with the Department of Public Health and Social Services, Division of Senior Citizens and the Inarajan Mayor, an Adult Day Care (ADC) South services was provided at the Inarajan Senior Citizens Center alongside our Senior Center participants, allowing southern families the opportunity to seek services closer to home.
 
Mayor Lujan participated in the 12th Festival of the Pacific Arts 2016 (FESTPAC) where she successfully hosted over 200 delegates from the Republic of Palau.
 
Mayor Lujan is the Mayors’ Council of Guam representative on the Worker’s Compensation Commission.
 
 
Traditional Village Name: Inalahan • Population: 2,273
• Village Flower: Pulmeria, Frangipani or Kalachucha