Clinic, subdivisions in the pipeline for upcoming developments

BY JOHN I. BORJA
Journal staff

A medical clinic and two residential subdivisions are among several projects the local community could see in the coming years with approval from the Guam Land
Use Commission.

Dr. Thomas Shieh, an OB-GYN specialist, and his wife Raven, both represented by Harry D. Gutierrez, appeared before the commission on May 24 seeking a conditional use permit for the construction of a two-story building in Tamuning, across the street from Shirley’s Coffee Shop and Onward Beach Resort. The commission unanimously approved . . .

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