TAMUNING Guam - Mark Baldyga president and chief executive officer of Baldyga International Group requested approval from the Guam Land Use Commission for the company's plan to build the Guahan Cultural and Eco-Adventure Park at Gun Beach Tumon on March 11. Baldyga with Felix C. Benavente a representative of the property's owner Eat Street Inc. requested approval to build the facility on the 25-acre lot with a five-year lease . . .
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