#tell_it_to_sunstar: Proactive instead of reactive

BECAUSE we’re now enjoying summer weather, we don’t see flood-mitigating activities, such as river/canal/creek cleaning and pipe-laying, in areas where these are needed.

Because of the recent bunkhouse incident, only now we’re hot either on frequent inspection of such structures or banning their construction.

Because there was no planning on how to treat the garbage problem prior to the expiry on the use of the previous Inayawan landfill, which overshot the allowable usage by about seven years before the problematic shift to the current temporary dump site.

Because there seemed to be no sensible traffic study to anticipate the mess we find ourselves in so we’re now going crazy to come up with a solution, the current one only causing more problems for the commuters and having detrimental effects on the economy.

We seem to unknowingly be just digging our own graves. As has been said, ““unya na manguros og ma-igo na sa kilat!”(--Ed Claros, Talisay City)
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