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ZAMBOANGA CITY/11 June 2012 by Sheila Covarrubias—Some P10.2 million worth of City Government projects are to be awarded tomorrow to the Vitali community by Mayor Celso Lorebrat and other local government officials.
The package consists of 4 road concreting and one slope protection project in various sitios in barangay Vitali. The projects include road concreting at Tamion, Vitali worth P994,855 covering 236 linear meters; road concreting at Tindalo, Vitali worth P1.46 million covering 332 square meters; construction of slope protection on bridge approach at Sitio Tagpangi, Vitali worth P1.60 million covering 220 linear meters; concreting of road at Sitio Tagpangi worth P935,665 covering 110.04 linear meters and improvement of farm to market road at Linduman-Pico, Vitali worth P5.2 million covering 1,262.60 linear meters.
Mayor Celso Lobregat and Vice Mayor Cesar Iturralde together with members of the City Council will motor to the barangay for the inauguration tomorrow, barely a month after the city also turned over to the barangay the 4×4 pickup truck last May 2.
Vitali barangay chairman Lito Alavar has cited Mayor Lobregat’s administration for the series of projects being implemented in his barangay emphasizing that these will have tremendous impact on the lives of the people.
The 4×4 pickup truck is intended to improve mobility especially during emergency or crisis situations and accelerate delivery of services in the area.
Vitali, located some 75 kilometers east of the city, is one of the far flung barangays that have received numerous infrastructure projects from the city government since 2007. Ongoing at present is the rehabilitation and improvement of the Vitali Health Center and Lying-in clinic, construction of footbridges and numerous other road concreting projects. (Sheila Covarrubias)
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