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Signed bill established B&B on Guam

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Senator Michael Limtiaco saw his first bill signed into law today. Bill 92, now Public Law 32-45 would help our tourism trade industry and help local businesses. He said, "Bill 92 establishing the bed and breakfast opportunities on Guam will open up the doors to aspiring entrepreneurs that want to open up their homes to a different type of lifestyle, different type of experience to our tourists and it will help solve some of the vacancy shortfalls that exist in our tourism industry."

Governor Eddie Calvo adds when meeting with the ratings agencies last month in California, he indicated that this particular legislation was in the works to aid in fully maximizing Guam's potential.

Senator Limtiaco meanwhile has reached out to the regulatory agencies and has compiled a step-by- step process on how to get your bed-&-breakfast going. For more information contact his office at 989-7655.

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