Guam - The Department of Public Works has not reached a decision as to what action they plan to take regarding the Sherwood Resort, now doing business as the Verona Resort and Spa. The hotel continues to operate even without all the clearances that it is safe for occupancy. Public Works is not commenting on specifics of its meeting earlier this week, however building inspector Joe Guevera tells KUAM News that they are continuing to review the processes to determine what steps need to be done to resolve the matter.
Verona owner David Su told KUAM that while they still believe the hotels former occupancy permit is still valid, they did pick up an occupancy permit application yesterday. DPW and the Guam Fire Department, one of the agencies that must sign-off on the inspection, have yet to hear back if anything's been scheduled yet.