Celso unveils 2 brgy halls, school and road projects PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 28 June 2013 11:40

Mayor Celso Lobregat on Wednesday motored to the east coast barangays and inaugurated more or less P22-million worth of various infrastructure projects that included two barangay halls, a school building and farm-to-market roads—all in a day’s work.

Unveiled were the barangay halls of Lamisahan costing P4,200,243.64 undertaken by Melanza Construction and that of Barangay Tictapul’s amounting to P4,076,956.13 undertaken by RGT Construction.

Early on, Lobregat together with City Engineer Luis Vicente Despalo and Executive Assistant Amilpasa Bandaying led in the series of ceremonial ribbon cutting to inaugurate four road concreting projects in Lamisahan.

The road projects included the 202-linear meter worth P999,088.14 by Zambopen Construction, the 268-ln.m. amounting to P1,879,621.77 byEssa Builders, the 200-ln.m. costing P1,408,858.80 by Zambopen Construction, and the 207-ln.m. amounting to P1,334,507.11 by Essa Builders, all in Upper Lamisahan.

Also unveiled were the open stage amounting to P337,925.24 at Magsaysay Elementary School and the box culvert worth P489,981.11, both by TMC, also in Lamisahan, which celebrated its barangay fiesta yesterday.

These projects brought to a total P35.424-million worth of various projects that the city government under Lobregat’s administration had implemented in Barangay Lamisahan alone from 2007 to the present.

From Lamisahan, the chief executive and party proceeded to Barangay Buenavista where a two-storey building with six classrooms amounting to P6,325,499.74 was turned over to Buenavista Elementary School.

The school has a population of 1,181 students with 27 teachers and 22 classrooms. It boasts of an 82% performance in last year’s National Achievement Test (NAT).

Then, the mayor motored up to Tictapul and turned over the newly constructed barangay hall amid heavy downpour throughout the turnover ceremony. Nonetheless, the rain did not dampen the enthusiasm of Tictapul officials and residents to witness the event. — Vic Larato