Angeles village to implement infra, environment projects-A A +A
Sunday, April 27, 2014
ANGELES CITY -- Leaders of Barangay Malabanias bared plans to implement infrastructure and environment projects worth P40 million this year.
Malabanias Chairman Reynaldo Nacu Gueco said the projects will be financed through a loan from the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP).
Infrastructure projects include construction of roads, drainage systems, covered courts, and others.
Gueco said they are also planning to acquire 10 tricycles and a small garbage truck.
The trikes will be used in the maintenance of peace and order within the barangay which covers a portion of the city’s entertainment district.
Malabanias is host to several hotels, retaurants, night clubs, massage parlors, and others.
Gueco said they want to emulate progress in nearby Barangay Balibago, the biggest village in Angeles City in terms of income.
The barangay projects are included in the Approved Annual Investment Plan of Angeles City, according to the village chairman.
Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on April 28, 2014.