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CLTC appointees go before Legislature

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Appointees to the Chamorro Land Trust Commission, namely Rita Franquez and Michael Borja, appeared before the Guam Legislature today for their confirmation hearing. Also appearing this morning was CLTC administrator Monte Mafnas, who provided an update on the commission's various programs.

Mafnas told senators that every Wednesday he has what he calls "The Peoples Day" where he meets and calls several individuals who have questions and concerns about the commission. Mafnas also told the committee that out of the 14,000 applications with his office only 3,000 have been processed to date.

Senators meanwhile are also hearing testimony on several bills including Bill 45, which would authorize the Guam Police Department to continue operations of its

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