Lobregat unveils P10-M infra projects in Licomo, Mangusu PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 26 January 2013 14:19

Mayor Celso Lobregat and Vice Mayor Cesar Iturralde together with some city councilors on Thursday convoyed to barangays Mangusu and Licomo in the east coast to inaugurate seven infrastructure projects amounting to P10,315,960.26.

In Barangay Mangusu, Lobregat unveiled one after the other three farm-to-market road projects—first, the 268-linear meter amounting to P1,753,024.90 undertaken by Steel-Rich Construction, then the 275-ln.m. costing P1,653,450.46 BY Jan Win Construction, and the 372-ln.m. worth P2,068,700.86 by GHR Construction for a total of P5,475,176.22.

The amount brought to a total of P34.4 million worth of infrastructure projects that the city government under the present administration had implemented and completed in Mangusu since 2007.

These include P1.1 million in 2007, P1.8 million in 2008, P7.8 million in 2009, P5.6 million in 2010, P5.5 million 2011, and P9 million in 2012.

Joining in the inaugurations aside from Iturralde were Councilors Rudy Lim, Rey Candido, VP Elago, Percival Ramos, Eddie Saavedra together with Jomar Lobregat, Kit Barredo, Art Onrubia, Violy Alejandro, Elong Natividad, BG Guingona, Charlie Mariano and City Engineer Luis Vicente Despalo.

From Mangusu, Lobregat and party proceeded to Barangay Licomo, the city’s boundary to Zamboanga Sibugay Province, where they inaugurated a total of P4,840,784.04.

The projects included two footbridges of 39-ln.m. long each totaling P3,418,992.32—one at Sitio Delta and the other at Sitio Tigbao. Both were undertaken by RGT Construction.

Also inaugurated were the road concreting at Sitio Mambala, Licomo, measuring 25.53-ln.m. loang in the amount of P914,995.54 by Zambusman Construction, and the open stage at the side of the Licomo covered court, amounting to P306,817.23.

From 2007 to the present, Lobregat’s administration has implemented and completed P44.7 million worth various infrastructure projects in Licomo, broken down as P7.5 million in 2007, P3.3 million in 2008, P9.06 million in 2009, P1.8 million in 2010, P8 million in 2011 and P14.4 million in 2012. — Vic Larato