Two months after the deadline, adelup has finally submitted its approval of the Tiyan task force's recommendation for how they believe they should be compensated for land taken for the expansion of the guam international airport.  Adelup spokesperson Shawn Gumataotao said, "This is a very sensitive issue and it's an issue that goes back 60 some odd years. We'll continue to work with the Guam legislature. Our agencies will work with the Tiyan taskforce to ensure the proper implementation of this bill if passed".

The recommendation being backed by the governor's office suggests that the 730 acres needed for compensation come from land at the old federal aviation administration and Marbo sea command, was submitted to the governor on june 9th, and the governor was supposed to have reviewed it and turned it into the legislature on july 9th.