Lobregat leads unveiling of P4.2M Baluno brgy hall PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 14 December 2012 14:40

Mayor Celso Lobregat yesterday led city officials in the blessing and inauguration of the newly constructed barangay hall amounting to P4.2 million in Baluno, a mountainous village about 24 kilometers in the west coast of this city.

“This shows that the city’s development is not only concentrated in the city proper that even far-flung barangays like Baluno are recipient of so many projects that our administration has been implementing,” Lobregat said after unveiling the new barangay hall in Baluno.

He said the city government under his administration had implemented a total of P23 million worth of various infrastructure projects in Baluno since 2007. The projects include concreting of farm-to-market roads, slope protection, a bridge and school buildings.

With these projects, Lobregat expect accelerated delivery of basic social services to the people of Baluno and neighboring barangays.

The residents and barangay officials of Baluno headed by acting chairman Ladjid Tantong were all praises for the chief executive even as they vowed to continuously
support the present administration in whatever way possible.

Also present during the inauguration program were Vice Mayor Cesar Iturralde, Councilors Myra Paz Valderrosa-Abubakar, Noning Biel, Percival Ramos and Rogelio Valesco Jr. together with City Engineer Luis Despalo, former City Social Welfare and Development Officer Francisco Barredo, Zone III Chairman Tito Espiritusanto, young entrepreneur BG Guingona, Homeowners’ and People’s Organization Federation President Violy Alejandro and former councilors Elong Natividad and Charlie Mariano.— Vic Larato