Lobregat deploys more workers in Sta. Catalina evacuation center PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 11:58


Alarmed by the prevailing sanitation condition at the multi-purpose covered court of Don GEMS Elementary School where fire victims are temporarily sheltered, Congressman Celso Lobregat has detailed additional number of personnel who will be working and assisting barangay officials of Sta. Catalina in maintaining cleanliness and security in the area.

Lobregat was heeding the request of Chairman Jimmy Villaflores for the deployment of additional personnel who will also assist them in looking on the security management of the school facilities where looting was discovered.

Villaflores said he only wanted to maintain orderliness in the temporary shelter while negotiations with the barangay and the lot owners of the location where these people have occupied are still ongoing.

“Makahuya canaton na management del escuela, ta presta lang kita con el lugar, debe mantene kita el limpiesa y areglo aqui na entero escuela,” Villaflores said.

Rep. Lobregat meanwhile said that he himself have seen the actual situation of the evacuation center and it is for this reason why he has done several initiatives in helping the affected residents not only on their personal hygiene and daily needs, but also in maintaining sanitation and security.

In response, the solon will hire and deploy beginning today 10 additional personnel from among the evacuees. They will  be tasked by the barangay officials to assist the policemen deployed in the area to maintain orderliness and prevent looting in school premises.

The additional workers were fielded thru the emergency employment under the Congressional Special Project Fund dubbed as “Tulong Panghanapbuhay Sa Ating Disadvantages Workers”.They will be directly supervised by the barangay council in their respective work assignments.

“I can see the needs of the fire victims, but we must also consider the orderliness and sanitation in the area, we do not want further health problem to occur in the future,” Lobregat said.