Celso unveils P6.5-M brgy hall, road project in Dulian PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 28 April 2012 14:06

Mayor Celso Lobregat together with some councilors yesterday motored to the remote barangay of Dulian, Upper Bunguiao in the east coast and inaugurated the newly constructed barangay hall costing P3.8 million and a road concreting project amounting to P2.6 million.

The barangay hall of Dulian, Upper Bunguiao was undertaken by Wil Tan Construction in the amount of P3,897,993.54, while the road concreting measuring 658.30 linear meters was done by Zambusman Construction in the amount of P2,640,720.81 for a total of P6,538,714.35.

In his message, Lobregat stressed that the projects in Dulian, Upper Bunguiao are indications that the infrastructure program of his administration is not concentrated only in the city proper, but are equally spread throughout the 98 barangays of the city.

He said within a week or two the barangay of Dulian, Upper Bunguiao will also get its new pick-up vehicle amounting to P997,500 for the barangay’s Community, Environment, Livelihood, Security and Order programs.

Excluding the pick-up vehicle, Barangay Dulian in Upper Bunguiao has since 2007 received a total of P32.7 million worth of various infrastructure projects from the city government under Lobregat’s administration.

These projects included road networks, slope protection, foot bridges, multi-purpose and health centers, school buildings and other facilities totaling P32,746,972.55, broken down as follows: P1.9 million in 2007, P3.7 million in 2008, P3.3 million in 2009, P8.9 million in 2010, P5.8 million in 2011, and P6.5 million in 2012, excluding P2.5 million worth of other projects which are now under bidding process.

Joining the mayor were Councilors Mike Alavar, Nonong Guingona, Eddie Saavedra, Lilia Nuno and VP Elago together with City Engineer Luis Vicente Despalo and the constructors along with the barangay officials headed by Chairman Perfecto dela Cruz. — Vic Larato