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Engr. Amelia Fajardo, DPWH District 1 officer, said in an online press briefing that out of a total of 104 projects, they have already completed 57 this year despite the coronavirus disease pandemic.
“The most drastic measure that you can find para magkaintindihan na tayo. This is my last mile. I make no apologies about it kung ano ang nagawa ko o anong mali ko. Basta ako magtrabaho lang.”
In a taped briefing with President Rodrigo Duterte aired over state-run PTV-4, Año said the joint memorandum circular (JMC) recently signed by several national government agencies would significantly remove ‘red tape’ in the processing of licenses and permits particularly in setting up common towers to improve connectivity.
Palawan Irrigation Management Office (IMO) division manager Engr. Conrado Cardenas, Jr. said they have already made 87 percent progress in the implementation of 26 irrigation projects in 2019 in the province, while after the bidding on March 27, the six irrigation projects will be implemented in April until December.
Panitian barangay captain Fred Gatunggay said over the weekend that irrigation project will help farmers in their area improve their harvests.
First congressional district representative Franz Alvarez, along with board member Juan Antonio Alvarez, joined Palawan IMO division manager Engr. Conrado Cardenas Jr. on January 30 to assure the quality of the project construction.
DPWH regional director Wilfredo Mallari said recently that the widening of the 73-kilometer Coron-Busuanga road also aims to invigorate tourism activities in Busuanga, where there is a safari park.
NIA division manager Engr. Conrado Cardenas Jr. said that the dry run for the Lucbuan SIP was held on January 29 to know if it will be reliable enough to irrigate 100 hectares of rice field. The pipe was installed on January 15.
National Irrigation Administration (NIA) Palawan Irrigation Management Office (IMO) division manager Conrado Cardenas Jr. said an estimated 45 farmers will benefit from the irrigation project, as well as the entire Talog community.
Ryan Pumares, site manager of Mobicon Network and authorized contractor of Dito, said Monday that their company is ready to begin the construction of the cell sites but needs the endorsement of the City Council to proceed.
Four sustainable tourism projects for Coron have been approved by the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA), including a centralized sewage treatment plant (STP)...
The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) recently inaugurated the newly rehabilitated Malatgao River Irrigation System (RIS) in Barangay Bagong Sikat, Narra, in an aim to increase rice...
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