Why Let the Bank Clients Stand Up-A A +A
Hear, Dare and Every Ware
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
PERSONS have showed their confused minds why a very big universal bank has the conscience and the nerve to let their bank clients stand up and line up like waiting for a taxicab in a mall. Why can they not buy comfortable seats and let their clients sit down comfortably asked so many who had no way to share their sentiments but thru this column when some complained about this rude courtesy that this big bank is treating their clients.
What can you say, Mr. Ong?
Mayor Jomax Ortiz and his Salvador Benedicto town
Now it is said. The famous DSB town is said to really carry the name Salvador Benedicto town and not Don Salvador Benedicto. Of course it is awkward to call it now as MSD as it sounds like vetsin or a pharma company. Maybe the name SALBEN is more appropriate and soft sounding. Like Municipality of Salvador Benedicto. This scenic town has much to offer given one year for this aggressive town mayor who is moving all his muscles to make SALBEN a tourist destination. Surprisingly the mountainous ranges of Phuket Thailand is just as similar as SALBEN and given the proper foresight, Mayor Jomax will surely get helping hands from the land occupants and business entities as he is not an SOP elective official. What can you say, Senators?
Calling th City Legal Office on the Gatuslao Extension Squatters
Residents and motorists of Bacolod City are calling on the City Legal Office of Bacolod to visit the embarrassing state of the new road leading to Robinsons Place Bacolod. The squatters are occupying the easement of the narrow road and children are playing on the road like it is their playground. Anyone reading this kindly inform City Legal Office to have the teeth to have political will to move these squatters at least five meters from the road then cover the area with used roofing sheets or whatever. Come on guys, let legal means prevail in this country. Do you agree, lawyer Dilag?
Slow Bridge Construction in Bago City
Motorists are asking when will the two bridges in Taloc area be finished by their contractors? It is not the fault of the Mayor Torres neither Congressman Ferrer since this is a World Bank project. But travelers want to know as to when would the bridges be finished. Surely the political leaders of the city could inquire from whoever are the contractors. And for sure again it does not come from the pork barrel, so no reason to be delayed.
Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on October 01, 2013.