Lubigan folks thank Celso, Council for P26.82M projects PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 05 May 2013 14:26

Residents of Lubigan the other day expressed gratitude to the City Government under the leadership of Mayor Celso Lobregat for continuously initiating projects that help spur development and progress in the barangays specifically Lubigan.

Muktar Sajili, Lubigan chairman said his constituents are very grateful to Mayor Celso Lobregat’s administration for its never-ending support to the barangays covering all sectors—education, health, security and social services among others.

In a message during the turnover of the P4.1M barangay hall and P2.6M covered court Thursday, Sajili emphasized that his constituents are benefiting much from the many infrastructures that the City Government has implemented in the barangay, most significant of which are the 2-storey 6 classroom building for the Lubigan National High School, farm to market roads, slope protection, the newly-completed barangay hall, covered court and various ongoing projects that include a day care center.

Located some 40 kilometers east of the City, Lubigan is a recipient of a total of P26.828M from 2007 to present.

As he turned over the barangay hall and covered court, Lobregat also instructed City Engineer Luis Despalo and personnel from the City Engineer’s Office to prepare the plans and estimates for a health center, for inclusion in the bidding process after the election ban.

He likewise ordered City General Service Officer Engr. Rene de la Cruz to immediately install streetlights along the highway fronting the barangay hall.

Sajili said to show their appreciation and gratitude, the constituents express unity with Mayor Celso Lobregat and the other members of the present administration so they can continue the implementation of more projects and further improve delivery of service to the people.

Present during the turnover of total P6.7M projects Thursday were Cong. Beng Climaco-Salazar, Vice Mayor Cesar Iturralde, Councilors Percival Ramos, Eddie Saavedra and VP Elago and council aspirants under the administration team that included BG Guingona, Kit Barredo and Art Onrubia, District II congressional bet Jomar Lobregat, City Engineer Luis Despalo and numerous others. — Sheila Covarrubias