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GIAA board meets about Tiyan parkway

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam International Airport Authority's board of directors held a special meeting last night with one item on their agenda: The Tiyan Parkway.  Airport Executive Manager Carlos Salas gave a presentation to the board on plans for the parkway and the airport's intention to transfer two portions of land for the road.

Salas declined to do an interview today to give specifics about his the presentation, referring us to acting board chair Tony Sgro, who is currently off-island.

After some time in executive session, the board also passed a motion to terminate the airport's legal counsel, Calvo & Clark, because of a conflict and agreed to utilize non-conflict counsel or the Attorney General's Office for all matters concerning the Tiyan parkway.

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