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Decision forthcoming on Younex matter

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Superior Court of Guam Judge Elizabeth Barrett Anderson is expected to issue a decision by the end of the day on whether Younex will be allowed to intervene in a Tamuning resident's case against the Guam Land Use Commission. The court has already determined that the government failed to provide proper notices to residents living near the project.

The judge declared Younex's zone variance permit null and void. Mary Ann Sablan was the resident who filed the lawsuit and she is opposed to Younex intervention, saying they waited too long to get involved in the case. Younex however responded that they should be allowed to intervene because they believe the notice was discretionary and not required by law.

The Government of Guam meanwhile has until this Thursday to file an appeal to the Supreme Court of Guam.

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