Blackouts hurt LTO operation in Pagadian PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 26 December 2012 14:09

Land Transportation Office Pagadian City District officer Noel C. Villanueva  is optimistic that revenue collection target for this year will surpass even though the city had experienced blackouts during the regular days of operations.

Last year’s revenue collection was P29 million.

Villanueva said that everyday from Monday to Friday, his office had experienced blackouts  more or less four to five hours a day.

“The blackouts affected had our operations but what we do work during power resumption. We double our efforts to encode all LTO clients to satisfy their needs and not waste their time and  to cover up the lost hours of power shortage. And at the end of the day we still meet the deadline for the satisfaction of the clients and recover the clients’ transactions. During the operations and resumption of power within the day, the personnel of LTO are working double time and always in a hurry so that clients will be satisfied,” Villanueva said.— Allen Abastillas