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Comments for Piti lot due today

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Time is running out for public comment contesting the Guam Ancestral Lands Commission's decision to hold a deed signing for nearly three acres of land to be returned to its original owners after 60 years. Last month the GALC held a title hearing for the estate of Jose Cruz Santos and Marcela Quenga Cruz located in Piti within the federal released parcel of Apra Harbor Reservation B-2.

GALC land agent Joey Leon Guerrero tells KUAM News that nobody has since contested the decision and should that remain by tomorrow at 5pm, the Commission will go forward with a deed signing for the family hopefully before Christmas.

The Commission's regular meeting is set for today at 2pm.

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