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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Anvaya Cove's garbage

By. Egay Serrano - People's Journal
Farmer-residents of Purok 12 are asking the help of their newly elected officials headed by Mayor Cynthia Estanislao Linao to stop Anvaya Cove and White Coral Beach for their unabated desecration of Bataan’s forest reservation located just outside the protected virgin forest of SBMA in Barangay Mabayo, Morong, Bataan.

They said the area is fast becoming the town’s version of Smokey Mountain with the piles of garbage being dumped in an open dumpsite said to be maintained by the municipal government, possibly without the knowledge of the newly elected mayor.

Anvaya Cove in Morong, Bataan, is a leisure community that the developer said is strategically located in an area which boasts of natural surroundings and yet is close enough to the varied range of leisure offerings of Subic; while White Coral is a famous beach resort located in the town proper.

Although the management of Anvaya Cove strives to preserve the natural beauty of the site and says that it will endeavour to retain ecologically valuable areas where migratory birds and endemic wildlife thrive and occasionally visit, it has miserably failed in doing the same in nearby areas like the Bataan National Park.

Mayor Linao and DENR Secretary Lito Atienza should act now before it becomes too late.

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