Sunday, October 13, 2013

Amador fine tunes projects in Manaoag

PLANS. Manaoag Mayor Kim Amador explains
 to reporters his plans and projects in the pilgrim’s town.

By Mortz C. Ortigoza
MANAOAG – The newly elected mayor here has his hands full nowadays in putting the pilgrim town in order by studying viable projects and implementing some of them already.
Mayor Kim Amador said he had just entered into a cooperation with the Department of Transportation & Communication (DOTC)for data gathering of the number of vehicles mostly of pilgrims, that enter and leave the first class town, constructions of an E-Library, municipal pharmacy, and a sanitary landfill that jibe with Republic Act 9003 (Ecological Solid Waste Management Act).
“We look also at  our land use program, and putting into order the stalls at the market place,” Amador stressed.
The young mayor elaborated that his partnership with DOTC on data gathering on the volume of vehicles coming in the town will guide him on how to construct a parking space to cater to the pilgrims who come to the miraculous church of Our Lady of Manaoag.

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