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GovGuam land data now accessible on the web

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The island community will have better access to the government's land records as the Department of Land Management launched GuamLandWeb. The website allows users to research land records, certificate of titles, survey plans and other land use attributes. users can also research and receive notices of property activities useful to title companies and banks.

Today launched the first focus group session to allow department heads, developers and stakeholders to provide feedback. Guam-Land-Web will provide up to 500 records that can be exported, up to 100 images that can be seen and will be free for the next 30 days. No rate structure has been set for future use.

Governor Eddie Calvo called the online portal as a "milestone in e-government initiatives" whereas land management acting director David Camacho adds the online service will have the potential to develop new revenue streams. you can view the site at egis.guam.gov.

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