Sibulao folks thank Beng PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 05 August 2014 11:51

Residents of barangay Sibulao greatly thanked Mayor Ma. Isabelle ”Beng”  Climaco for the help extended to them during the Dia de Alcalde program held in their barangay last week.

Orlando Santos said he personally thanked the mayor for giving them the opportunity to avail of free services and other basic programs during the event held August 1.

He firmly believes that such activity really helps commoners like him “el maga pobre ta padece, maskin ta duele el diente, kay nohay sen, ta aguanta ya lang anay,” he added.

One resident also expressed gratitude to the city mayor for the financial assistance provided way back when she underwent surgical operation approximately a year ago.

“Mucho ya abla kanamun corre pidi ayuda contigo, poreso ya corre came contigo. Ara enbuenamente ya came ma’am. Dimio marido tamen ya opera con ele, ya pidi tamen came asistencia contigo,” said a resident as she thanked the city mayor.

“Si hende porcausa con ele, hinde gayot came pwede sale na General [Hospital],” she added.

The said activity not only included medical and dental missions, the City agriculture also distributed seedlings like corn and vegetable that will primarily help the locals in their livelihood.

Moreover, Sibulao Barangay Chairman Pablo Ramos hailed the City Government for the well constructed concrete steps and other projects improving access to Merloquet Falls during the inauguration of the three projects in Sibulao.

According to him, the 372 concrete steps were well built “el maga steps, ancho y greso. Bonito gayot y de buen clase gayot el disuyu maga trabaho,” said Ramos.

Ramos believed that this construction of concrete steps will really help in the promotion of the hidden and God-given natural wonder.

The inauguration was held last Wednesday, July 30. Present during the ceremony were Mayor Climaco, City Engineer Luis Despalo, Councilor Roel Natividad, the barangay chairman himself and some Sibulao barangay officials, Hon. Pablo Ramos, Canelar Barangay Chairmen Godofredo Sabordo Sr.  and Mangusu barangay chairman Ismael Malik and representatives from the Streetwise Construction Company.

The said projects cost a total of P7.4 million that include the Improvement of Farm to Market Road, Construction of Concrete Steps with benches and the Construction of Box Culvert—all leading to Merloquet Falls. — Ella Dee Phuddih Cruz-(WMSU OJT, City PIO