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Naawan town inaugurates P5-million public market

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Naawan town inaugurates P5-million public market

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

THE municipality of Naawan in Misamis Oriental has inaugurated its new P5 million worth public market last week in its aim to cater the growing customers of the town.

Misamis Oriental Governor Yevgeny Vincente Emano said the new public market is “sophisticated and modernized,” which will ensure convenient shopping for the public.

The one-storey building has 14 stalls, to accommodate tenants of dry goods, rice trading, and eateries, but Emano said he plans to add another floor to the building to transfer the wet market to the new market.

“We thank the Provincial Government and the leadership of Governor Bambi in realizing this project, which only used to be a dream of our constituent. We expect that the province will pour more projects in our small town,” the governor said.

The Provincial Government also poured in about P3.8 million for the covered court of the Naawan Central School, a part of the total P13.2 million worth of infrastructure projects turned over to not only Naawan but also in the municipality of Lugait.

The Kaluknayan Elementary School in Kaluknauyan, Lugait town inaugurated its new two classroom building worth P19 million.

In Manticao, about 3.3 million worth of projects were also turned over to Manticao town.

Barangay Camungan in Manticao, received about P600,000 for the rehabilitation of its barangay hall, another P600,000 for Barangay Pagawan, for the completion of its ongoing covered court construction project while the remaining P900,000 was given to Paniayan, Manticao also for their planned covered court construction.

Later this week, the province is set to distribute another P3.6 million worth of covered court project to Misamis Oriental National High School in Napaliran, Balingasag town, while Danao Elementary School and Kimaya Elementary School will also receive a P2.9 million and P1 million worth of covered courts, respectively.

Published in the Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro newspaper on March 14, 2017.

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