Celso turns over library, center for elderly in Ayala PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 October 2011 16:06

Mayor Celso Lobregat yesterday morning motored to barangay Ayala in the west coast to turn over two infrastructure projects intended to improve the plight of the youth and the senior citizens in the area.

Held amidst the scorching sun, Mayor Lobregat turned over the library building for the Ayala Technical Vocational School to administrator Vicente Rivera Jr. and the center for elder to City Social Welfare Officer Francisco Barredo and Senior Citizens Federation-District I President Virgilio Librado.

Ayala barangay chairman Diosterides Librero was present during the turn over ceremonies, held one after the other and in the presence of the intended beneficiaries.

The Ayala Tech Voc library is one of the several infrastructures turned over to the school administration the past two years. The two-storey building costs P2.4 million.

The Ayala Center for the Elderly, costing P976T,  is a one-storey building that will serve the venue for meetings, elections and other gatherings as well as center for medical or outreach activities for the senior citizens.

The newly-unveiled building for the elderly was the third similar project that the city government turned over to the senior citizens. The first was in Vitali while the second was in Culianan the past few months.

Barangay ChairmanLibrero expressed gratitude to Mayor Lobregat for the many infrastructure projects that the city government has implemented in his barangay that benefit the residents in the area.

Librado meanwhile, praised Mayor Lobregat for being the only chief executive in the history of Zamboanga to have implemented many infrastructure projects that truly help alleviate the plight not only of the senior citizens but the youth as well. — Sheila Covarrubias