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The Chamoru Land Trust Commission continues to review red marked leases. These leases were signed by former Land management head Michael Borja, but not approved by the CLTC board.    

About 20 of these leases were found and the so-called red-marked leases have a big "X" drawn over the signature portions and today the CLTC continued to review these leases.

The commission is also still awaiting an opinion from the Attorney general dealing with whether or not CLTC lessees can grow marijuana on their leased property.   

The CLTC had previously supported lessees growing marijuana for medicinal purposes on CLTC property, but an opinion from former AG Elizabeth Barret Anderson was not issued, according to CLTC director Jack Hattig.

Hattig tells KUAM News the AG's opinion should be in the commission's hands "soon."

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