Malasiqui gets bonanza from donor-residents

June 27, 2011 at 7:43 am Leave a comment

By Mortz C. Ortigoza

By Mortz C. Ortigoza

MALASIQUI –This first class town is lucky to have residents who selflessly donated lots and classrooms for the use of public school students, and farm-to-market roads.

Mayor Arman Domantay said the residents approached him to convey their intention to donate, including a couple who resides in the United States who donated a 500 square- meter land and P3 million cash for six school buildings.

“Kaya masaya ako dahil may tiwala sila sa aking administrasyon. At isa pa nagbigay pa sila ng 1,000 square meters and barangay hall na multiple para sa barangay council ng (Brgy) Malimpuec,” he stressed.

In Brgy. Minaley, an active police sergeant assigned here donated a 1,000-square meter lot where the local government constructed a school building.

Other school buildings were donated by someone working in Japan, and by the Malasiquinian Alliance Societey of Israel (MASI).

He said the couple from the U.S who gave a 500 square meters and P3 million have been helping the town before.

“Noon nagbigay na sila ng donasyon for farm-to-market road. Pero noong unang panahon napahinto because they were not satisfied dahil maiksi ang daan at hindi maganda iyong project (done by the previous municipal administration). Ngayon, ako ay pumunta doon sa America, usap-usap kami. Sabi tutulong ako sa kanila at iyong suporta nila dito dire-diretso kaya sinuportahan ko lahat na buhangin, na mga bato, at mga suporta ng engineering department, mixers kaya masaya sila,” he said.

Earlier, the wife of Domantay donated a lot in one of the villages here where the mayor built four- school building. Two of these edifices built from local government funds, while the two buildings were funded by MASI.

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