Who are the Executive Assistants-A A +A
Hear, Dare and Every Ware
Friday, October 11, 2013
RESIDENTS are enthusiastic to know as to who are the persons in local government they could see or approach on the different concerns along with the local government. Meaning it is imperative that the names of the Executive Assistants should be openly known to the constituents of the city administration. This is good for the Mayor who is doing his best to be of service to his constituents. It is said that Butch Ebreo is the EA on Traffic so if the residents have complaints then it is Butch on the line. What can you say, Mr. Soliven of Bantay Banwa?
Garbage still a Popular Scene
Residents remain to be unhappy with the performance of the contractor on garbage collection. They are amused since having a new contractor, it is expected that they field in new garbage trucks like Iloilo’s garbage compactors which Bago City government just also acquired. While Bacolod is a highly urbanized city and even voted as the Most Business Friendly City, its garbage trucks look like garbage too. Maybe Mayor could impose that the contractor should modernize its garbage collection too. What do you think, Vice Mayor Greg?
Airport Parking Terminal
The situation in the Bacolod Silay Airport car park remains the same. With the very wide parking space that the people’s money have spent for this modern and beautiful airport, the public that spent for it thru taxes are still suffering with the expensive parking fees. Some even call it unreasonable. To park for an hour or less, it is forty pesos. To park overnight is two hundred pesos. God, that is too much, says a lady from Manapla. If those beneficiaries of the parking fees used their business brains and tone down to twenty pesos per 3 hours and overnight parking at seventy five pesos then surely they could rake in more money as more will patronize the parking area. Little Chinese business sense, guys. What can you say, Mayor Oti and VM Mark?
Bacolenos are Happy with a cleaner Plaza for MassKara
Residents of Bacolod find it a more decent manner that the Bacolod Public Plaza has been spared with those drinking and vomiting for this MassKara Festival. The selling of dry goods in front of the Cathedral was the worst scene that happened to a clean city. Some say the festival is not as lively but that is not true since the festival is usually focused on the final week few days from now. Maybe the festival organizer could put a little touch on the public plaza with more decorative colors that was missed out. What can you say, Sirs Rocky and Rhoderick?
Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on October 11, 2013.