Mayor Nitoy vows to continue beneficial projects of the previous admin

City Mayor Ernesto 'Nitoy' Matugas vowed to continue the projects started during the previous administration which proved to be beneficial to Surigaonons.



In his more than an hour State of Local Governance Report on Thursday, May 5, 2011 at the city gymnasium, Mayor Matugas said these projects which will hopefully be completed or further improved this year include the full operation of the sanitary landfill.

“We have reassigned Engr. Elmer Tecson to the City ENRO together with Engr. Alan Pacqueo and we have also transferred the waste collection functions of the General Services Offices handled by Felipe Sulapas so that a more integrated approach in waste management can now be pursued,” said Matugas.

“The full operation of the recently completed Meat Processing Laboratory at the city slaughterhouse in Brgy. Poctoy,” Matugas said.

He also vowed to continue the improvement and development of the City Boulevard and water supply systems especially in the island barangay.

Matugas also promised to continue the clean-up and beautification of the major thoroughfares, parks and playgrounds of the city. “Our focus will be the planting of trees or ornamental plants along major streets, parks, playgrounds and the City Boulevard and provision of public toilets in strategic locations just like what they have in other countries.”

Also, Matugas revealed the plan of the city government to acquire brand new heavy equipments, “to replace our dilapidated equipments and augment our in-house capability in construction, maintenance and emergency response during disasters.”

Expressing his deep gratitude to the men and women of city government of Surigao for the support and cooperation, the first State of Local Governance Report was also attended by Vice Gov. Arturo Carlos Egay, Jr, some members of the board headed by Senior Board Member Myrna Madelo-Romarate and other stakeholders. (PIA-Surigao del Norte)

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