Celso turns over P41M infra projects in Curuan PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 June 2013 11:32

Not to be deterred by rain, muddy roads and bad weather, Mayor Celso Lobregat made his way to different locations in barangay Curuan to formally turnover projects completed by the City Government Tuesday, June 25.

Together with other city officials, Lobregat turned over a total of 10 infrastructure and development projects amounting to approximately P41 million – all in day’s work, says the chief executive, as he continues to lead the turnover and inauguration of projects until the end of his term in June 30.

The projects for Curuan include the concreting of the Curuan – Lunday road, the construction of public work utilities such as a drainage system at Curuan – Lunday road, an irrigation structure in Camias, Curuan, and slope protection at Curuan River, the construction of the Curuan senior citizen center and health center, the rehabilitation of a one-storey 4 classroom building in Curuan National High School which concurrently serve as the rooms for the students of the WMSU Curuan Campus, and the rehabilitation of a one-storey 2 classroom building and the construction of an open stage for the Camp Pilar Elementary School.

These projects affirm the City’s commitment to ensure that Zamboangueños have access to essential public service no matter how far or remote the area.

Curuan chair Noel Perez and his constituents were effusive in their gratitude for the turned over projects which will go a long way in improving the way of life in the barangay.

Aside from turning over the 10 different projects, the Mayor also took the opportunity to inspect other on-going projects in the barangay which are currently in various stages of completion.

Accompanying the Mayor during the different turnovers and inspection were  councilors-elect Charlie Mariano and Percival Ramos, City Engineer Luis Despalo, City Social Welfare and Development Office OIC Evelyn Las Marias, and Assistant City Health Officer Dr. Carol Lourdes H. Carabaña. — Jasmine Mohammadsali