Archive for September 5, 2009

Chiz in Alcala

CHIZ PAINTS. Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero paints the door of a classroom at the San Juan Elem. School in Alcala town during his visit on August 28. Escudero received a warm welcome from school and town officials led by Mayor Manuel Collado. Abono chair Rosendo So accompanied the senator in his visit to Pangasinan that took him to six towns and two cities.(Photo by Vir Maganes)

September 5, 2009 at 9:07 am Leave a comment

Lingayen central school to be relocated

LINGAYEN — Mayor Ernesto Castaňeda said Lingayen Central School – located along a busy highway — will be transferred to a 5,000 sq-meter lot at the back of the Lingayen Fire Station and beside the community hospital here.

Castañeda said the Department of Education has already given P10 million for the project that has estimated construction cost of P20 million. As counterpart, the municipal government donated the lot plus the cost of land filling. The provincial government has also extended assistance for the said project.

A total of 35 classrooms will be constructed at the new school site. .

September 5, 2009 at 8:59 am Leave a comment

Sta. Barbara resident loses land to ‘scammers’

DAGUPAN CITY -– If you own a piece of land legally, can you still lose it?

This is a story of a native of a woman from Sta. Barbara whose family has migrated to the United States, leaving behind the piece of land where they were born and lived, to caretakers.

Thelma Padilla Tolete accused officials of the Register of Deeds for Pangasinan of conspiring with “land scammers” and titled her family’s land in Minien East, Sta. Barbara town, in the name of the scammers.

September 5, 2009 at 8:57 am Leave a comment

Urdaneta next to Bolinao to have sanitary landfill

URDANETA CITY -– If Urdaneta City succeeds in establishing a sanitary landfill in December, it will be the second local government unit to have the facility.

Mayor Amadeo Perez Jr. said the city is securing a bank loan of P220 million to finance sanitary landfill which is required by the Republic Act 9003 or the solid waste management law.

Perez said P10 million to P15 million will be used to purchase a 10-hectare lot, right of way for the access road and other improvements, while the rest of the money will be for the establishment of the landfill system.

September 5, 2009 at 8:56 am Leave a comment

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