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CLTC meets with JGPO reps

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Representatives from the Joint Guam Program Office, including Executive Director David Bice, made the rounds today at several Government of Guam agencies including the Ancestral Lands Commission, the Department of Land Management, and the Chamorro Land Trust Commission.

Chamorro Land Trust Commission Administrator Jess Garcia says the visits were courtesy calls, an opportunity for the officials to introduce themselves and lay out the flow of communication that will take place between the agencies and the military.

"All information that's going to come out of the Chamorro Land Trust regarding Chamorro Land Trust interests will be released by Bureau of Statistics and Plans - Tony Lamorena will be the one to release all information on government issues.  And that's pretty much it that we discussed," Garcia said.

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