Lanzones gets P3.7M projects on Fiesta PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 25 May 2012 14:24

Residents from the remote village of Lanzones in the east coast can now travel with ease and comfort as the city government has completed the slope protection and road concreting projects – the remaining portions of the Guisao-Lanzones-Tolosa road project.

Mayor Celso Lobregat yesterday formally turned over to the barangay headed by chairman Cesar Sanson, the two projects amounting to a total of P3.78 million highlighting the village’s fiesta celebration.

The road concreting project, undertaken by Tres Maria Construction Company, covers 503 linear meters worth P2.788 million while the slope protection project covers 91 linear meters worth P994,915 was undertaken by Janwin Construction firm.

Mayor Lobregat was assisted by Engr. Luis Despalo in turning over the projects to residents and officials of the barangay headed by Sanson.

The road concreting and slope protection projects turned over yesterday brought to a total of P29.65 million worth projects poured in to the barangay of Lanzones since 2007.  In 2007, there were 7 projects amounting to P3.16 million completed; in 2008- there were 8 projects worth P4.58 million completed; in 2009- there were 7 projects worth P6.67 million completed; in 2010 3 projects worth P3.90 million completed; and in 2011- 2 projects worth P1.99 million.

For 2012 one project worth P2.788 million has been completed; 4 projects worth P5.64 million are ongoing while one project-construction/ rehabilitation/ improvement of slope protection worth P1million is up for implementation.

Just recently, the barangay also received its 4x4 pickup truck, which the city government is issuing to the barangays to improve delivery of service to the constituents.

Sanson expressed gratitude to Mayor Lobregat and members of the City Council for appropriating funds for the various projects for his constituents stressing that the infrastructures have great impact on the lives of the barangay residents.

The barangay chairman has also sought the mayor’s assistance for the construction of the barangay hall, a covered court and several other farm to market road projects in the barangay’s interiors.

Mayor Lobregat noted that with the road concreting project, new infrastructures such as houses and business establishments have sprouted in the area. “The implementation of projects in the barangay brings in development to the area”. — Sheila Covarrubias