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Sen. Tom Ada introduces bill to help CLTC survey masterplan

Sen. Tom Ada introduces bill to help CLTC survey masterplan

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It’s considered an important step in the land registration process, but at times doesn't have the manpower and funding to be completed. Now Senator Tom Ada has introduced legislation to help the Chamorro Land Trust Commission expend up to $1.7 million to survey its masterplan subdivision lots and unregistered properties.

Approximately 9,000 acres of CLTC lands haven't been surveyed and registered and over 85 masterplan subdivisions need to be surveyed into individual lots. As part of the bill, private surveyors will need to be contracted to complete the survey and mapping requirements in a timely manner. In the past, some leases had been issued improperly on some CLTC lands that have no formal lot designation because they have not been surveyed and registered.

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