The GLUC Again Delays Decision on Pago Bay Marina

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 The developers of the Pago Bay Marina are asking for a zone variance to allow them to build two high rise towers up to 15 stories high.

Guam – The Guam Land Use Commission has delayed making a decision on a zone variance request by the developers of the proposed Pago Bay Marina.

 They tabled the topic without voting on it for the second time this time because of miscommunication between the developers and the commission. The developers did not present planning staff with a written version of their presentation and the GLUC was not comfortable with making a decision on the zone variance request because they did not have a written response to questions that arose from the last meeting held on the 25th of February.

 The developers of the Pago Bay Marina are asking for a zone variance to allow them to build two high rise towers up to 15 stories high. Both the Yona and Chalan pago municipal planning councils have passed resolutions opposing the project which borders the two villages. The Mayor’s Council of Guam has also passed a resolution supporting the Yona and Chalan Pago municipal planning councils.