TAMUNING, Guam — The Guam Land Use Commission accepted on Feb. 23 at its regular meeting an order to show cause on the conditions of approval for a previously approved height variance for the proposed Pago Bay Marine Resort in Yona by Guam Wangfang Construction Ltd.
The status report addressed concerns from the commission including missing a six-month status report deadline, the project’s financial status and reburial of ancestral remains on the property. The commission sought clarification on discrepancies in the plans, including whether the resort would be a hotel or condominiums, and on changing floor plans . . .
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