Beng unveils P11.5 M infra projects in 2 barangays PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 02 November 2015 14:54


Mayor Beng Climaco on Friday, October 30, turned over two infrastructure projects worth P 11.5 M in Sta. Maria and Pamucutan as part of her continued efforts to promote security, health, and education in the City.

In Sta. Maria, Climaco turned over a two-storey P 6.7 M school building to the Sta. Maria Central School. In her message to the school officials, teachers, and students, Climaco highlighted the importance of family and building legacies of learning.

“It [Sta. Maria Central School] will be a school that will grow, that will embrace technology. But what legacy will we leave for these children? Good memories, and better education,” said Climaco, a teacher and a guidance councilor herself.

Climaco then motored to barangay Pamucutan where, along with local officials, she turned over another infrastructure project in the form of a P 4.8 M barangay hall.

“It really means a lot to us kay si ta mira vos otros el barangay aqui, subsistent se na maga deaton maga poultry farms. And it will bring better development hinde lang aqui pati el maga residente alya ariba,” said Climaco.

Pamucutan Chairperson Roberto V. Carpio, together with other barangay officials and residents, expressed his gratitude to the local government for the completion and turnover of the barangay hall.

Climaco stated more infrastructure projects is set to be turned over to barangays and schools in the coming days, relative its completion as well its compliance with government standards and regulations. — Jasmine Mohammadsali