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Officials of the City Engineering Office (CEO) declined to respond to queries made by Palawan News on Monday, but one who sought anonymity said that the funding will be included in the budget proposal this year to be funded in 2022.
Councilor Herbert Dilig, chairman of the Committee on Information and Communications Technology, during his privilege speech on Monday, said multiple traffic signages have been put up along Roxas Street, particularly from Malvar to Abad Santos Street, claiming that these signages were just “additional costs.”
In a Facebook post, the PSU-JPIAns shared their congratulatory message to the team for its People’s Choice Champion, Judges Score First Runner up, and Overall champion award.
He said the completion of the road must be prioritized in the 2021 budget and responsible agencies must immediately act on the problems to boost tourism in the area.
Appearing at the City Council's Question Hour on Monday, the company's local officials however blamed everything else but themselves on why their service has been poor, insisting instead that they have been "providing the required bandwidth" for their franchise area.
With crowds swelling beyond control, Ronnie Tabangay, a COVID marshal, admits they are having difficulty implementing a strict physical distancing, considering the large open space and the volume of people pouring down into the space to promenade.
Dubbed “Palaweñong Musikero, Tumulong Tayo!”, the online gig is in partnership with the PSU University Student Government (PSU-USG). It will be a weeklong online gig featuring local artists.
Vice Mayor Nancy Socrates told Palawan News on Thursday evening that the “printer on wheels” project was launched after some teachers and parents raised concerns over printing modules and photocopying instructional materials for their students.
Dr. Cyril Serado, chief of the Curriculum Implementation Division of the DepEd Schools Division Office (SDO), told the City Council on Tuesday that they have in place close monitoring for IP learners, citing they are their "priority" compared to other regular students.
The City Council moved a resolution, sitting at committee level for deliberation, paving the wag for the MOA signing.
City mayor Lucilo Bayron, who led the program launch on Thursday morning, said that these COVID-19 marshals will be in-charge in the implementation of a "friendly persuasion" reminder to the residents of Puerto Princesa on the public health standards under MGCQ, including the wearing of face masks and maintaining physical distancing.
Engineer Jovenee Sagun, City Planning Office (CPO) chief, told the City Council on Monday, that no structure are not allowed on top of any waterways, pointing to an example.