Issue of September 29, 2019
     
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Road clearing on track to beat Oct 11 deadline
by PNA release

Local government units in the Cordillera are working double-time to clear primary and secondary roads of obstruction as the 60-day deadline set by the Department of the Interior and Local Government nears.

DILG-Cordillera Director Marlo Iringan said LGUs took advantage of President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s order to reclaim public roads, which they were not able to do in the past due to various reasons.

The LGUs are required to submit regular accomplishments for consolidation and submission to the Office of the President on or before Oct. 11.

Iringan said LGUs that fail to comply will be made to explain and if deemed unacceptable, possibly meted with a penalty.

In Benguet’s capital town of La Trinidad, Mayor Romeo Salda asked establishment owners to self-demolish structures that obstruct roads and sidewalks.

Demolition operations were already carried out in Ambiong, Puguis, and along Km 6.

In Baguio, demolition of structures along Marcos Highway started on Sept. 19.

DILG-Baguio City Director Evelyn Cayat said 267 structures were found to be in violation of the 30-meter road right-of-way from the center of national roads like Marcos Highway.

The same will be done at the Baguio portion of Kennon Road and Naguilian Road – the major arteries leading to the city.

In Abra, clearing operations continue with Acting Mayor Joaquin Bernos saying that clearing teams have removed structures along provincial and national roads.

In Tabuk City, Kalinga, a validation team have started checking on the compliance and accomplishments of LGUs in the province on Sept. 23.

In Lagawe, Ifugao, a private terminal was opened for public use to cater to the needs of the transport sectors and commuters.


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