Friday, April 1, 2016


Klitzkie still not satisfied with Yona title Apr 01, 2016 1:53 PMUpdated: Apr 01, 2016 1:53 PM
While the attorney general of Guam may have concurred with action taken by the Department of Land Management, former senator Robert Klitzkie says he is not satisfied. Klitzkie has raised concern over the past few months over an error with the certificate of title for the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Yona.
"The attorney general's memo was too little too late, it was wrong on the law, wrong on the facts, lacking in transparency," said Klitzkie. "It raised more questions than it provided answers and it missed a golden opportunity to clear up what has been a very sloppily handled matter that began on October 30 of last year."
This week DLM director Michael Borja asked AG Elizabeth Barrett Anderson for clarification on legal advice they received from an assistant AG in the Solicitors Division on how to resolve the error. The AG says she concurred with the administrative resolution DLM took.
Klitzkie believes the matter is still not resolved and still wants the documents requested through a Freedom of Information Act request he sent to DLM this week. The deadline for the FOIA is today.


  1. Nobody is satisfied with Mike Boja's inactions or actions! Seams to me, He's not too bright of a Director. I guess that's the best he can do? Gov Calvo it's time you clean out your Cabinets again.

  2. Mr Borja and the Chamorro version of the Potomac two steps!!!
    Tss! Tss!
    I guess it won't suffice this time.
    People want clear and above board actions, not more backroom deals between buddies and golf partners.
    May be it is time for a rude reality check.
    Wake up Mr Borja, before you get thrown under the bus, by those whom you think are your friends, but are just using you as a disposable commodity.
    The people of Guam will not accept that type of shenanigans anymore.
    It is terrible to see a reputation, and the well being of a family, being jeopardized by a delusional mind.
    Mr Borja, you shall not be able to say you had not been warned.