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Bills gives CLTC more resources

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Chamorro Land Trust Commission will see an increase in its resources if legislation introduced by Senator Ben Pangelinan is signed into law. Bill 14 proposes to transfer the title of ownership of property from the Guam International Airport to the CLTC.

The measure will support the development of basic infrastructure of CLTC property to make them habitable. The property currently houses a fuel service station owned and operated by South Pacific Petroleum Company and was leased to the airport for 30 years in 1991.

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