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GLUC adopts Tumon Development's plan of action

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - As the Guam Regional Medical City moves forward with its plans to build a new hospital locally following the Guam Land Use Commission's approval of its conditional use variance and height variance for both phases of the project Thursday, a project that has been at a standstill may soon move forward as well.

The GLUC moved to adopt Ino Corporation's plan of action for its multi-family resort and commercial development in Tumon across the Fiesta Resort. The GLUC had raised some issues at its previous meetings regarding several regulatory issues.

GLUC chairman Jay Lather tells KUAM News that after Ino Corporation presented its plan of action, commissioners decided to lift their temporary suspension. Ino Corporation representatives had noted that although they were faced with some internal financial issues previously, their finances would be in place subject to a lifting of the temporary suspension.

The GLUC had requested that Ino Corporation present their final project and progress of that plan in January of next year.

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