Olongapo SubicBay BatangGapo Newscenter

Sunday, September 21, 2008


Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon has intensified the ongoing campaign against vandals who paint graffiti in different areas around the city.

Mayor Gordon tasked several government agencies including the city officials and employees to monitor the city and locate places with graffiti.

“Unang una, it brings down the prices of real estate. Pangalawa pangit tignan lalo na at we are expecting a lot of visitors ngayong mga darating na buwan,” explained Mayor Gordon.

“Kapag yung may mga graffiti ay private properties, pagsabihan yung may-ari na alamin kung sino yung naglagay ng graffiti at pinturahan iyon. Kung sa government naman katulad ng sa eskwela, dapat alamin kung estudyante yung naglagay.

Mayor Gordon alerted the peacekeeping force of Olongapo, particularly the Philippine National Police (PNP) and barangays, and told them to patrol around the city.

“Kailangan ay mahuli natin yung mga naglalagay ng graffiti kung gusto nating dumami pa ang investors dito sa Olongapo. Dapat alisin natin yang mga yan dahil minus factor yan sa interes nila at dapat ma-enganyo natin sila na mag-tayo ng business dito,” said Mayor Gordon.

Two personnel of the Civil Security and Safety Unit (CSSU) recently apprehended three minors in the act of marking graffiti on the pavement between Police Station 1 and the Olongapo City Hall.

Mayor Gordon commended Gabriel del Pilar and Angelo Acosta and also gave them cash incentives for helping the city in its campaign.

“Kailangan i-report kaagad para mahuli yang mga yan at hindi na umabuso. Pwede rin akong itext sa 0917 896 1947 para maaksyunan kaagad,” Mayor Gordon added.

Mayor Gordon has also intensified the implementation of anti-jay walking ordinances to avoid accidents and help solve the traffic woes of the city.


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