The Dumaguete City government has allocated P75-M to fund two full span concrete bridges for bidding first quarter of 2019.
Public bidding for the two bridge projects at the back of Foundation University with a cost of P25 million, and P50 million for the bridge traversing Banica River connecting Barangays Batinguel and Bagacay (near BIR) including acquisition of road-right-of-way and other incidental expenses, according to city hall authorities. These two bridges will replace the dikes to improve traffic situation and ensure the safety of motorists and pedestrians even during floods, they added.
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10M in 10yrs. recognize partners in Negros Island
The 10 Million Trees in 10 Years for Greener Negros Movement (10M in 10) celebrated its 3rd year milestone by recognizing its partners in Negros Island who helped propagate trees over the last three years.
Some 100 individuals from the local government units, national government agencies, academe, academe, business and private sector groups, and non-government organization sector participated in the activity held Dec. 12 at Perpetual Help Community Cooperative Inc., (PHCCI). Energy Development Corporation (EDC) Senior Manager and Head of Reservoir and Project Management Division Engr. Vicente Omandam and Green Convergence for Safe Food, Health Environment and Sustainable Economy President Dr. Angelina Galang, who were the special guests of the event, presented the plaques and certificates of recognition to 10M in 10 partners who were cited during the event. (By ROI LOMOTAN)
MOU inked for OFW project in Dgte
In recognition of the city as home to a significant number of overseas Filipinos, the Commission on Filipino Overseas (CFO) inks a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the City of Dumaguete for the establishment of a website that will link and harness investments, donations and other initiatives from Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) for the benefit of the city.
Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo signed the MOU with CFO Chairperson Francisco Acosta for the project called BalinkBayan: Overseas Filipinos One-Stop Online Portal for Diaspora Engagement. The city will operate and maintain a website that will streamline a system of engagement with overseas Filipinos to inspire them to invest, travel, retire, donate, conduct medical mission or outreach, volunteer and engage in educational work in Dumaguete City.
Dumaguete City inaugurates P5M laboratory
Indigent patients and other clients will now be accommodated in a bigger and more secure building following the inauguration of the P5 million diagnostic center attached to the City Health Office (CHO).
Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo, who has thrown his full support to the project of the Department of Health, lauded the completion of the building as a means to decongest the main building of the CHO while providing ample space for the equipment and clients, many of whom, are considered poor. Dr. Maria Sarah B. Talla said, pursuant to the local ordinance, clients are required to pay a minimum fee to the City Treasurer’s Office in return of the services mainly to partly subsidize the expenses incurred in the tests and examinations. (By JENNIFER TILOS)