Lazatin leads Cutcut road opening-A A +A
Friday, March 1, 2013
ANGELES CITY -- Pampanga Representative Carmelo Lazatin (first district) led Thursday the inauguration of the newly constructed road in Barangay Cutcut.
The lawmaker, at the same time, joined other barangay officials in the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of another road along Leen Street and the rehabilitation of the village's barangay hall.
Lazatin led the ribbon cutting ceremony in Sitio Mali with members of Team Lazatin, including Councilor Bryan Nepomuceno, Carmelo "Pogi" Lazatin Jr., Lawyer Nino Enriquez, and Former Councilor and veteran mediaman Max Sangil.
Cutcut chairwoman Cecilia Nepomuceno thanked Lazatin for the said projects.
"In behalf of the Cutcut barangay council and residents, we would like to express our sincere thanks to Congressman Lazatin," said Nepomuceno.
Cutcut councilman Roy Ogurida lauded Lazatin for supporting the barangay council in terms of infrastructure projects.
"As chairman of the Cutcut Barangay Council's Committee on Public Works, I would like to thank Congressman Lazatin for appropriating funds for the road construction in Leen Street and the rehabilitation of the Cutcut Barangay Hall," Ogurida said, adding: "Residents of Barangay Cutcut will benefit greatly from these projects."
Also present during the event are representatives from the Department of Public Works and Highways engineers Apolinario Mateo and Rolly Gonzales, and members of the Cutcut barangay council.
Lazatin also led the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of two roads in Purok 3 and 4 in Barangay Anunas on Friday.
Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on March 02, 2013.