Celso unveils P1.8M MP center in Boalan PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 May 2012 14:09

Mayor Celso Lobregat together with Vice Mayor Cesar Iturralde and some city councilors inaugurated yesterday the newly rehabilitated multi-purpose center amounting to P1,839,980.00 in Boalan, east of this city.

Lobregat said the two-storey multi-purpose center will be used by the senior citizens for socialization and other activities at the ground, while the second floor will be used by youth-related activities. 

The multi-purpose center was part of the nine various infrastructure projects costing P6.9 million that the city government had implemented in Boalan in 2011. Other projects included irrigation structures, drainage systems, footbridges and multi-purpose pavements.

For this year, the barangay’s basketball court in the amount of P397,196.45 is under construction, construction of a drainage system worth P800,000 and slope protection amounting to P1 million are scheduled for implementation. Two other projects, repair of school building and road concreting, costing P2.7 million have been submitted to the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC).

Records show that the city government under Lobregat’s administration had already implemented and completed P28.5 million worth of various infrastructure projects in Boalan since 2007, broken down as follow: P1.6 million in 2007; P843,386.03 in 2008; P8.9 million in 2009; P5.5 million in 2010; and P6.9 in 2007. Present during the inauguration were Councilors Lilia Nuño, Nonong Guingona, Percival Ramos, Mike Alavar and Eddie Saavedra together with City Engineer Luis Vicente Despalo, City Social Welfare and Development Officer Francisco Barredo and Lobregat’s brother, Jomar. — Vic Larato