Thursday, August 25, 2011

Calasiao has areas for other investors

By Mortz C. Ortigoza
CALASIAO – With the expected influx of investors after giant mall Robinson opens anytime from now, the mayor here said that the town has areas reserved for other investors.
Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay said Barangays San Miguel and Mancup are the commercial districts that could accommodate investors.
He said that it was no longer necessary to pass a new Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) in this town’s legislative body for the advent of the new economic development.
“Madugo ang proseso noon. Pupunta ka sa maraming dadaanan nito,”he said.
He said that Brgy. Mancup is a good haven for investors because they can expand development up to the subdivision that borders Brgy. Buenlag.
An economic expert said this rice-cake producing town can be likened to what ensued in the town of Bayambang which after Grand Royal Mall opened, immediately attracted Manila and provincial based investors who put up shops at stalls there.
Macanlalay believes that Robinson would be a catalyst for business not only here but for the neighboring towns of Malasiqui and Sta. Barbara.
He said that many investors are mulling to invest here than in the already congested Dagupan City.

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