City gov’t unveils P16.3-M infra projects-A A +A
Monday, September 3, 2012
THE City Government’s massive implementation of infrastructure projects remains constant and consistent.
Mayor Celso Lobregat will unveil yet another project package on Monday in the village of San Roque, Zamboanga City.
Costing a total of P16.30 million, the projects to be turned over include the newly constructed P4.17 million Village Hall and P5.18 million slope protection project.
Also to be inaugurated and turned over on Monday are three drainage systems projects worth P6.95 million.
Lobregat along with members of the City Council and other officials will turn over the five projects to the administration of San Roque village headed by its chairman Bernardo Clemente.
Like all other villages, San Roque has received enormous projects during the administration of Lobregat.
From 2007 to include those submitted to the Bids and Awards Committee and those for implementation in 2012, the City Government spent a total of P135.208 million for the village of San Roque.
Lobregat said his administration will continuously assist and support the villages to ensure improved delivery of services to the people and to improve the plight of the constituents.
The Lobregat administration has an unsurpassed record of project implementation that has reached over P3 billion for the period 2009-2011 without having to borrow a single centavo from any financial institution.
The projects that include school buildings, drainage systems, slope protection, water system, government offices, health centers, multi-purpose covered courts, road concreting, bridges, fire stations, police action centers and police stations, parks and numerous others are implemented not only in the city proper area but all throughout the city to help bring about development and progress. (Bong Garcia)