GLUC meeting for first time in two months
Guam - The Guam Land Use Commission is another board that has not met for the past two months but is set to reconvene next week.
Several ongoing applications on the agenda include a zone change request from a single family dwelling to a commercial zone for a proposed mini-mall complex in Merizo along with a tentative development plan request by Grandview Corporation for its proposed night market in Tumon.
And while the board is set to meet on applications filed months ago, it can expect even more as the Department of Land Management report several more projects in store for GLUC review. DLM's application review committee today addressed several other applications sure to draw interest including Tumon Beachfront Investment, LLC's zone variance request to build a 24-storey, 168-unit multi-family residential structure in Harmon. The board can also expect Sof-Intek Incorporated tentative development plan for a proposed vertical wind tunnel amusement attraction in Tumon above the Tagada Amusement Park. The company is doing business as Skydrenaline Zone.
The GLUC has not met in two months due to a lack of quorum as some members have been off-island. The meeting is set for Thursday July 25.