Binmaley mayor cites countless infra projects

February 6, 2017 at 2:28 pm Leave a comment

By Mortz C. Ortigoza
BINMALEY – The mayor here enumerated the major and minor infrastructure projects he implemented during his second term  in his State of the Municipality Address (SOMA).
Mayor Simplicio Rosario mentioned the ongoing construction of the Phases 1 and 2 of the Binmaley Fishport and Wharf, renovation of the annex building to accommodate this town’s library, and the offices of the Municipal Trial Court, Commission on Election, and the Department of Agrarian Reform.mayor-sam-rSOMA. Binmaley Mayor Sam Rosario delivers  hi State of the Municipality Address at the fully air-conditioned 400-seater Binmaley Manpower Development Center last January 23.

He cited too, the construction of the Binmaley Arcade’s Phases 1 and 2, rehabilitation of the Triangle Park that will be renamed Estacion de Binmaley, and the evacuation center in the town proper.
The other projects are the housing project site in Barangay Papagueyan, the erection of the giant led display board, and the construction of the multi-purpose building in Barangays Sta. Rosa, Pallas and Canaoalan.
Rosario said he commended the engineering office under the Municipal Engineer Vitaliano Valerio for the accomplishment of the projects.

The mayor said thousands received health services from this first class municipality’s health office because of the pro-active initiative of Doctor Gladiola Manaois, the chief of the health office. These immunity shots, de-worming of children, pre-marital counseling and modern family planning, laboratory services, dental services, and others.
The mayor emphasized the services rendered by the Social Welfare Development Office through the extension of the financial assistance to needy residents here, emergency shelter welfare, counseling to solo parents, people with disabilities (PWD), senior citizens, 4 Ps or  Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program’s beneficiaries, and others.
 Rosario said those services and projects he enumerated were just the initial salvos of projects for his second term that ends in June 2019.

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