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GLUC considers worker housing apps

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - The Guam Land Use Commission met today to discuss two conditional use applications for temporary worker housing. The companies Chugach World Services and Core Tech are applying for permits at the Mai'ana Hotel at Airport Road at the Royal Gardens Hotel - both in Tamuning.

GLUC chairperson Jay Lather say the agency is closely scrutinizing the applications, telling KUAM News, "We will be receiving testimony and considering the impact for traffic studies infrastructure that is applicable to both of these projects.  It's important that they are both in 'M' Zones, so they do qualify for that, but we will be looking at other factors that effect the community and giving it our review."

Lather says the conditional applications were both continued until the next the next GLUC meeting scheduled for Thursday.

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