Politics behind raps vs town hall – Domantay

August 11, 2011 at 9:54 am Leave a comment

By Mortz C. Ortigoza
MALASIQUI- “Mayor Armando Domantay said the accusations that he constructed a very expensive municipal hall, which costs P50 million, was politically-motivated.
He said Councilor Alfie Soriano was “sour graping” because during the mayoral stint of his father fomer Mayor Alfonso Soriano) for nine years, he failed to build an imposing project like the annex municipal building.
“Ang masasabi ko lang ay walang katotohanan iyan, dahil dumaan sa proceso, dumaan sa COA (Commission on Audit), dumaan din sa auditor ng bangko. At kung sinasabi nilang most expensive walang batayan dahil ito ay iba sa constructions sa labas at pribado at sa gobierno, kaya ito ay malinis na projects,” he justified.
Domantay said that this town can still borrow up to P100 million in a government bank.
He said however the municipal government has enough funds and need not resort anymore to loans to bankroll projects like dump truck, backhoe, and bulldozers that will delivered in August.
He said that farm-to-market roads in Barangays Bolaoit, Tomling, and Canan are funded by the local government and not by congressional funds, he said.

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