Olongapo SubicBay BatangGapo Newscenter

Thursday, September 08, 2011


The declogging of Barretto Creek along Villas Lane and Columban College has been completed with piles of clogged soil and garbage finally removed.

According to the report of the Construction and Maintenance Division of the City Engineering Office (CEO), desilting operations at Sta. Rita River and Kalaklan River have also been completed earlier.

“Lupa, mga bato at samu’t saring basura ang tinanggal sa mga ito upang magkaroon ng espasyo para sa pagdaloy ng tubig,” CEO head Engr. Roberto Alvarez stated.

It can be recalled that the declogging of drainages and desilting of rivers started early January of this year in preparation for the rainy season to abet flooding in the city.

“Patuloy pa rin nating gagawin ang declogging at desilting project upang tuluyang maiwasan ang pagbaha lalo na sa mga low-lying areas ng lungsod,” remarked Mayor James “Bong” Gordon Jr., “Makakatulong naman ang bawat isa sa paraan ng proper waste disposal. Iwasan natin ang pagtatapon ng basura sa mga kanal at ilog nang hindi ito bumara at magdulot ng pagbaha.”

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  • Job opportunities eto sa mga residents living along the rivers. Sila ito na mga estambay, unemployed,at para na rin maging mga productive citizens sila ng lungsod.
    Set aside a city budget for this project.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9/24/2011 8:19 PM  

  • This is a very good example of shovel ready projects for people looking for JOBS.

    Sa Sibul area lalo na.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9/24/2011 8:24 PM  

  • Thru awareness,teaching,training,encouragement and rewards the "residents" can make a DIFFERENCE.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10/02/2011 5:42 PM  

  • Mas mataas ang flooding sa palengke area few days ago.What happen to the declogging operation? Where are the CEO"s! They should work Harder!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10/02/2011 5:46 PM  

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