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CBAO announces major projects in 2019
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The City Buildings and Architecture Office (CBAO) said that it is ready to implement a number of major programs and projects funded from the P2.179 billion budget of the city government this year.

CBAO Head Nazita Bañez said that one of these identified major projects is the put-up of the P410-million proposed eight-story City Hall annex and multi-level parking structure within a city-owned lot in barangay Camp Allen, which is expected to commence by the end of the year.

The city council approved the annual budget that included the initial P210M earmarked for the construction of the City Hall annex and parking structure and to serve as a legislative building, among other uses.

Bañez added that another priority project also funded this year is the upcoming demolition of the old Magsaysay market building to pave the way for its reconstruction amounting to P20M to start after the election ban.

The city government also provided P15M in this year’s annual budget for the repair of the Skating Rink at Burnham Park.

The repair and improvement of the satellite market in Pacdal and Gibraltar was also provided with P10M.

Bañez said the office has 15 ongoing projects funded under last year’s budget amounting to P69.4M while eight projects were already implemented and completed with a budget of P1.1M.

Among the ongoing priority projects include the P44M upgrading of the swimming pool at the Athletic Bowl, which includes the installation of solar panels in the pool and the completion of the CBAO building.

Earlier, the City Development Council (CDC) approved the list of priority projects of the local government, which was included in the city’s Annual Investment Plan where the projects that will be funded are collated.

Local governments are mandated to convene the CDC that will be composed of government and private sector representatives who will deliberate the priority development projects that will be included in the city’s short, medium, and long-term development plans that will serve as the blueprint in charting the city’s growth and development.

The CBAO is the only department head in the local government that is not under the direct supervision of the local chief executive since the office head is directly supervised by the secretary of the Department of Public Works and Highways.


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