Thursday, December 10, 2009

Pangelinan Seeks Return of Naval Easements

Pangelinan Seeks Return of Naval Easements

Guam - Senator Ben Pangelinan has written a letter to Rear Admiral Douglass Biesel requesting the release and return of Navy easements no longer serving their intended purpose.

Several years ago some Navy utility easements, known as Military Utility Telephone-10 Easement (MU-T-10) were transferred to public easement along Route 3 and which subsequently lead to some portions of the easement returned to the government of Guam and are still within the inventory of the Navy. Some of these easements directly affect property owners and has limited the use of their property and expressed it be resolve quickly.

The Senator states, “I believe Route 3 provides adequate space to accommodate any future infrastructure needed for the Navy and as such the release of MU-T-10 should be returned to the government of Guam. The continued retention of these abandoned easements by the military is of great economic hardship to the people of Guam and families it affects. I am requesting quick action on this request so families can utilize their property to its highest and best use.”

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