Celso unveils P2.4M projects in Sinunuc PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 08 January 2013 14:27

The city government pursues unabatedly its massive infrastructure program to help spur development in the barangays, as it starts its series of inauguration of projects for 2013, today, January 7 in Sinunuc in the west coast.

Mayor Celso Lobregat will spearhead City Government officials in unveiling of the rehabilitated 6 classroom school building at the Sinunuc Elementary School and the newly-constructed slope protection at Paradise Urban Poor Association, also in Sinunuc.

The school building costs P779T while the slope protection project costs P1.7 million.

The inauguration and turnover in Sinunuc today is the first of a series of unveiling events that Lobregat will spearhead this New Year. Tomorrow two projects will be inaugurated in Mercedes and one in Lumayang while on Wednesday, one project will be unveiled in Patalon.

The Lobregat administration has distinguished itself to be the administration with unparalleled accomplishment in infrastructure projects. From 2009 to 2011 alone, the city has undertaken over P3 billion worth of projects in a record period of 3 years.

Foremost in the accomplishments are the massive school building program that seeks to address the classroom shortage in public elementary and secondary schools.
Under the Lobregat administration, barangay Sinunuc has received numerous infrastructures worth over P40 million. The latest of which was the P7.7 million 8-classroom building at the Sinunuc National High School inaugurated last March 3, 2011.

Of the total amount of projects poured in to Sinunuc, P17.1 million worth of projects were implemented in 2010, which included the construction the two-story eight-classroom building, road and slope protection at the Sinunuc NHS, and rehabilitation of classroom buildings at nearby Sinunuc Elementary School.

In 2009, the barangay received P9.6 million worth of projects, which included the construction of road, perimeter fence and slope protection at Sinunuc Elementary School and construction of a two-storey four-classroom building in the said school amounting to P3.7 million.

In 2008, Sinunuc also got P4.3 million worth of projects and P8 million more in 2007. — Sheila Covarrubias