Guam - The plans to construct a sports complex at the University of Guam is being reviewed by the governor's legal counsel. During last week's UOG board of trustees subcommittee meeting, it was reported that the documents left the OPA and are back at Adelup.
UOG Spokesperson Cathleen Moore-Linn says the university looks forward to the benefits of an outdoor sports facility for use by their students and the community. She adds that they have provided the necessary plans and documents to GEDA, and await the results of the other processes led by the Governor's Office and Guam Legislature that must take place to move the tax credits rules and regulations forward.
Moore-Linn says the tax credits will fund phase one, while they hope to partner with the UOG Foundation in the funding and development of additional phases for sports complexes.