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P140 M from DOT eyed for Mines View Park development
by PIO release

The city government  is setting its sights on a P140 million fund support from the national government, through the Department of Tourism to help fully develop Mines View Park and for it to remain as one of the most frequented places in the city year-round.

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said he already signed the pertinent project documents transmitted to the DOT central office for the grant of the requested fund support within the year.

“We will maximize the use of the funds to fully develop Mines View Park and provide our visitors real experience of the mines once the funds are made available to us,” Domogan stressed.

He said one of the projects considered for implementation within the park is the put-up of a mine tunnel to allow people to experience being inside a mine tunnel without visiting an actual mine site.

He said the project will be done with the support of the Philippine Mine Safety and Environment Association (PMSEA) and the Philippine Society of Mining Engineers, which proposed the project several years ago.

Domogan said the development plans for Mines View Park are already in place and the city government is simply awaiting the funds from the tourism department.

He said there must be a sustainable development plan for Mines View Park. Even now in its current state, the park is still one of the most visited sites in the city.

The overall development of the city’s Mines View Park is one of the major development projects identified by the city government incorporated in its 2018 Annual Investment Plan.
Domogan remains positive that tourism officials will find the city’s fund request  from the national government meritorious.

He also expressed optimism that the funds will be downloaded and will see through the implementation of programmed developments.


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