Beng unveils P33.4-M worth of infra projects PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 11:57

Mayor Beng Climaco yesterday morning motored to the west coast and inaugurated various infrastructure projects worth P33.4 million which the city government funded and implemented during the previous administration of now District 1 Rep. Celso  Lobregat.

From City Hall, Climaco together with some members of the City Council first proceeded to Malagutay where she led in the inauguration of the newly constructed barangay hall amounting to P4.49 million. Joining them were the barangay officials headed by Chairman Allan De Guzman.

The lady chief executive and party then went to Maasin and unveiled the newly rehabilitated barangay hall (formerly a multi-purpose center) worth P2,098,832.60, which was undertaken by Theta Construction company.

Chairman Doglo Bernardo and his councilmen graciously welcomed Mayor Climaco and other city officials.

Shortly, the mayor and her entourage that included Vice Mayor Cesar Iturralde convoyed to Ayala National High School for the blessing and turnover of the newly constructed two-story building with 20 classrooms amounting to P20,638,888.89.

The project was undertaken by McGrabiel Construction firm.

Climaco then went to Tulungatung National High School and led the ceremonial ribbon cutting for the two-storey six-classroom building worth P6,122,099.94.

As this developed, the residents and barangay officials of Malagutay, Maasin, Ayala and Tulungatung had expressed their thanks and gratitude to former mayor now Congressman Celso Lobregat for funding those projects during his administration. Lobregat, however, was in Manila attending congress session.

Present during the series of project inaugurations were Councilors Myra Pas Valderrosa-Abubakar, Charlie Mariano, Jawo Jimenez, Gerky Valesco, Pinpin Pareja, Elong Natividad and Luis Biel together with City Engineer Luis Vicenter Despalo and his staff. — Vic Larato