Monday, July 2, 2012

Calasiao is show window of progress – Macanlalay

CALASIAO – Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay is bullish on the business atmosphere that permeate this first class town after Robinson Land Corporation opens its mammoth retail store here. “Sunod sunod na ang mga nagpapatayo ng structures diyan. Nagkaroon ng mga karagdagang restaurants sa tabi ng Dagupena. Meron na doong Don Armando’s, tapos ngayon ang Nissan, Susuki, Laus Group of Companies, KIA. Haima na isang brand ng sasakyan. Tapos iyong mga gas stations pa na SEA Oil, Caltex, marami pa,” he explained. The business establishments that put shop here before the mall was constructed were Jollibee, Honda, Toyota, and Amianan Motors. He said Barangay San Miguel that host all of these businesses is the show window of this town to people who pass the MacArthur Highway going to and from Manila. He said that people who have not been to this area for three years would have a jolt of their life because of the edifices that sprouted there like mushrooms. Meanwhile,because of the influx of businesses and shoppers here, Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay said that his administration in coordination with the Department of Public Works & Highway mulls for a road widening and an overpass bridge in front of Robinsons Mall. Macanlalay said that he appealed to ambulant vendors and transport groups who have positioned their wares in front of the mall. He said public interest dictates that it needs a wider space in that area every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. “People all over Pangasinan sa Robinson Place sa Calasiao pumupunta para makita nila and masubukan kung ano ma-i- offer ng Robinson dito sa atin,” he stressed. He said RLC probably is studying if an overpass bridge is necessary to mitigate the traffic congestion spawned by public and private vehicles and shoppers there. In Rosales, Pangasinan, SM Prime Holdings has constructed at its own expense an overpass bridge to smoothen the flow of traffic in the national road (MCO).

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