Guam - The Chamorro Land Trust Commission's board of directors will hold a special meeting tomorrow to receive a formal report from the cooperative compliance team on the field inspections of CLTC agricultural leased properties.
It was about a year ago when the Commission signed an memorandum of agreement with the University of Guam and the Department of Agriculture to conduct an assessment, update current records and establish a monitoring and reporting system for CLTC agricultural leases. The meeting will be held at ten in the morning.
Meanwhile, the agency's acting administrator, Jess Garcia, is still conducting an internal audit of the agency's inventory. The review was launched after an audit report was released by the Office of Public Accountability noting several serious discrepancies.
"Whatever the recommendation comes out of that report is what we'll take into consideration and implement if we need to implement it. But this is pretty much part of the audit, to come into compliance with the way the Chamorro Land Trust is supposed to be run," said Garcia.
The special CLTC board meeting is scheduled for tomorrow at 10am.