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Muna-Barnes looking into UOG Sports Complex

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Plans for a multi-sports complex at the University of Guam are moving forward. Legislative Committee Chair on Parks and Recreation Senator Tina Rose Muna-Barnes says she tracked down the rules and regulations regarding the project at the Office of Public Accountability. The plans for the new sports facility became law during the 27th Guam Legislature six years ago.

Muna-Barnes says she anticipates a response from the Guam OPA in the next month, telling KUAM News, "It was one of those issues that fell through the cracks and the timeline that was given to me was that I would have an answer within the next three to four weeks in reference to the issue of the tax credits."

While the UOG Board of Regents officials say they continue to look into the matter, Muna-Barnes says there is now a greater commitment to have the UOG Sports Complex become a reality.

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