Issue of February 11, 2018

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P50–M Pamana project in Besao-Abra rd starts
by Erwin S. Batnag

BESAO, Mountain Province – The ground breaking ceremony for the improvement of the Tubo-Abra Road last week signaled the start of the construction works for another road project in this municipality.

The P50-million worth project is funded under the Pamana program of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace Process (Opapp) and is implemented by the provincial government.

The project will start just after the Layogan Bridge towards Barangay Tamboan.

The project is the second phase of the P100M projects previously implemented separately by the provincial government and the Department of Public Works and Highways and was funded by the same agency. The first phase concentrated on road opening and widening towards Tubo, Abra and the second phase will now work on road concreting and widening.

Atty. Sherwin D. Vizconde, Opapp director IV, graced the ground breaking ceremony together with Gov. Bonifacio C. Lacwasan, Jr., Vice Governor Francis O. Tauli, and barangay officials and residents of the affected barangays headed by Mayor Johnson D. Bantog Jr., and Vice Mayor June T. Lopsoten.

Lacwasan expressed his gratitude to Opapp for bringing more projects in the province. He said that the completion of the project will assure progress to the affected communities.

Tauli also asked the constituents’ support to the different road projects that are being implemented in their place.

Bantog and the barangay officials headed by Association of Barangay Captains President Lunes Ladip expressed their commitment in monitoring the project’s implementation as it will benefit many.

They asked their constituents to help them in monitoring the project and help resolve road-right-of-way issues that may hamper the implementation of the project.

Project Manager Julius Likigan assured that the project will be implemented according to plan and specifications.

On the same occasion, Lacwasan expressed the sentiment of the people regarding the improvement of the more or less 20 meters Layogan Bridge that is considerably old and is made mostly of wood.

Vizconde vowed to bring the concern to the attention of the central office for possible funding.

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