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Saturday, January 02, 2010


As a result of the completed and ongoing constructions of roads, public buildings, school buildings, drainages, flood control and other infrastructure projects, Olongapeños and visitors alike are continuously benefitting from these improvements in Olongapo City.

In 2009 alone, P74,744,613.74 was the total amount expended for the infrastructure projects completed which was part of the ‘HELPS Program’ of City Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr.

A large portion of the said amount was allotted for the construction and repair of public buildings (46%), then for the reconstruction and improvement of roads (36%), other infrastructure projects (11%), followed by the renovation of public school buildings (4%) and, for repairs and setting up of new drainages and flood control projects (1%).

Some of the numerous projects that were completed by the local government are as follows:

1. Concreting of Road at E-6th St., Brgy. Asinan
2. Completion of Multi-Proposed Building, Brgy. Banicain
3. Concreting of Lined-Ditch Canal at Narra St., Brgy. Barretto
4. Asphalt overlay of road at Rizal Extension, Brgy. Barretto
5. Repair & Repainting of Gordon College Annex Building
6. Asphalt Overlay of E-13th St., Brgy. Kalalake
7. Construction of of Covered Walkway, Brgy. Kalaklan
8. Asphalt Overlay of Ilo-ilo St., Nationa Highway-Jolo St., Brgy.
9. Construction of Day Care Center at Mayumi St., Sta Rita
10. Repainting of Main Building and Fencing of James L. Gordon
Memorial Hospital, Brgy. Asinan
11. Renovation and repainting of CIDG Bldg., Brgy. Barretto
12. Asphalt Overlay and Construction of Drainage System at Balite
St., Gordon Heights.
13. Asphalt Overlay and Construction of Drainage System at Narra
St. Gordon Heights
14. Center for Youth Bldg. Phase IV, Mayumi St ., Brgy. Sta Rita
15. Concreting of Road and Construction of Drainage System at
Ladrilloño St., beside Center for Youth, Brgy. Sta Rita
16. Construction of Railings at Little Baguio , Brgy. East Bajac-
17. Construction of Railings at Sibul 1 Stairway, Brgy. East Bajac-
18. Asphalt Overlay of Verbena St., Brgy. Gordon Heights
19. Construction of BPSO Office, Brgy. Kalaklan
20. Asphalt Overlay at Mercurio St., (near PUD Sub-station) Brgy.
21. Asphalt Overlay and construction of Drainage System at
Camachile St.
22. Patching of holes and asphalt overlay of road, Brgy. New
23. Steel Footbridge at Lawin St., Brgy. New Cabalan
24. Fencing and rip-rap of Day Care Center at Purok 5, New
25. Asphalt Overlay of Road and construction of drainage system
at E-18th St ., ( Gordon Ave.-Jones St .) Brgy. New Kalalake
26. Retaining Wall and Drainage System at Motorpool Area, Brgy.
Old Cabalan
27. Concreting of Apitong Extension, Brgy. Old Cabalan
28. Concreting of Footbridge at Block 24, Purok 5D
29. Construction of Center for Youth in Conflict with the Law
Building, Phase IV, Mayumi St., Brgy. Sta Rita
30. Concreting and Construction of Drainage System at Mercury
St., Brgy. Sta Rita
31. Rehabilitation of City Hall Building, Brgy. West Bajac-Bajac
32. Concreting of Road at Begonia St., Brgy. Sta Rita

As of press time, work has already started in the construction of the first pedestrian overpass in Olongapo in front of the Olongapo City Elementary School (OCES) in Rizal Avenue. Construction will also start for the second pedestrian overpass in front of the Olongapo City National High School (OCNHS) also in Rizal Ave.

Because of the assistance and support of Sen. Richard J. Gordon and Party List Rep. Carissa Coscolluela and the funds they directed for Olongapo City, a lot of other supplemental projects were completed by Mayor Bong Gordon and First Lady Zambales Vice Governor Anne Gordon.


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