HAGÅTÑA, Guam — The Office of Public Accountability released a report on Dec. 1 of its compliance audit for the Guam Municipal Golf Course, or the Guam International Country Club, commercial lease agreements. The audit found that the initial 25-year lease agreement was executed in 1989 pursuant to public law; however, the second agreement, in 2014, was not. When the 1989 lease expired in 2014, the Chamorro Land Trust Commission leased the 829,124 square meters of property to the golf course despite the company’s noncompliance with the lease agreement and without legislative authorization; without the governor . . .
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