Pago Bay Opposition May File Lawsuit

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Opposition was strong against the development with multiple representative bodies forming resolutions against the project including the Yona Municipal Planning council and the Mayors Council.

Guam – The green light may have been given to developers to move forward with the construction of high-rise condos at Pago Bay but that doesn’t mean the fight against the project is over.

 

According to Jesse Gogue, the mayor of Ordot-Chalan Pago, a “group of individuals,” is preparing an appeal to the Guam Land Use Commission’s decision to allow for a height variance for the construction of high-rise condos in Pago Bay. The GLUC denied the developers request for a density variance. Gogue tells PNC that’s he’s never encountered a situation where a project has gone through despite three representative bodies passing formal documents against it. He says the group should have a plan together by Tuesday of next week adding that the only way to appeal the GLUC’s decision is through the superior court in the form of a lawsuit. Opposition was strong against the development with multiple representative bodies forming resolutions against the project including the Yona Municipal Planning council and the Mayors Council.