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Land Management, AG to inspect Dededo lot

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Department of Land Management and the Attorney General's Office will be inspecting the property behind the Dededo Sports Complex next week to determine what will be done with the lot. Department of Parks & Recreation director Pete Calvo says the master plan to use the property for more sports facilities is being revised.

The Chamorro Land Trust Commission gave out more than 50 leases for that property, telling KUAM News, "We are hoping the effect (on residents) is not that serious and seeing what we can do to minimize the impact as well mitigate the use and still allow for the intent of the development of a sports complex in that area."

Calvo adds the sports community is raising money to assist with the development of the Northern Sports Complex.

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