Guam – A bill authorizing the establishment of “Bed & Breakfast” businesses in commercial and residential zones is awaiting the Governor’s approval after unanimous approval by the legislature Monday.
Bill #92 was sponsored by Senator Mike Limtiaco.
A release from Senator Limtiaco quotes him as saying “We’re excited to get this going and we’re confident it’ll make its way into law.”
The Senator is offering the assistance of his office to anyone who is interested in setting up a Bed & Breakfast. “We’ve contacted all the regulatory agencies and my office has received all the information that is needed to get you going,” he said.
READ the release from Senator Limtiaco below:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Bed and Breakfast Bill duly passed by the Legislature with 15 votes
Tamuning, Guam – Senator Limtiaco announced today that Bill 92-32 (COR) was duly passed by the Legislature yesterday receiving all fifteen votes.
“We’re excited to get this going and we’re confident it’ll make its way into law,” said Limtiaco.
“If anyone’s interested in establishing their own Bed and Breakfast, my office is ready and willing to provide assistance with the process. We’ve contacted all the regulatory agencies and my office has received all the information that is needed to get you going,” he added.
Bill 92-32 (COR), introduced by Senator Limtiaco and co-sponsored by Sen. Tina Muna-Barnes, is an act to add a new sub-item (1) to 21 GCA § 51103(q), relative to defining a bed and breakfast and adding to the list of uses permitted allowed in an R1, R2, and Commercial zone.