Vitali receives P13.2 million projects, free med services PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2015 14:00

The Dia de Alcalde, a service-oriented caravan, touched base with residents of Vitali Thursday afternoon, March 19, as City Mayor Beng Climaco motored east of the City to bring the full range of social, health, agriculture, and civil registration support of the local government to the barangay.

Together with teams from the City Health, City Veterinarian, City Registrar, and City Social Welfare and Development, Climaco met and joined the more than 300 residents who flocked to the Vitali Covered Court to avail of the free services brought by the caravan.

Dia de Alcalde is among the platforms utilized by the local government to deliver critical services to far-flung barangays.

Included in the roster of services provided free of charge are medical consultations, dental services, provision of basic medicines and vitamins, farming and agri-technology demonstrations, veterinary services, and civil registration support.

Aside from the Dia program, Climaco likewise turned over five infrastructure projects to Vitali and nearby barangay Mangusu—all worth P13.2 million. For Vitali, the Mayor turned over a public market building (P2.214 million), communal irrigation (P1.496 million), and fencing for the Vitali VocTech (P993,961)

On the other hand, Mangusu received Php 8.6 M worth of infrastructure projects which included a 2 store  4 classroom school building (P4.6million) for the Mangusu Elementary School and a farm-to-market road (P3.995million).

Residents of both Vitali and Mangusu, represented by their Chairpersons Jose Alavar and Ismael Malik, expressed their appreciation for the services and projects provided by the local government as well as the opportunity to personally express their needs and concerns to Climaco and local officials.

Accompanying Climaco were City Councilor VP Elago and City Engineer Luis Vicente Despalo.

Earlier this week, Climaco also brought the Dia de Alcalde to the barangays of Lapakan and Latuan. — Jasmine Mohammadsali