Published: Wednesday, 08 November 2017 01:57
Written by IAN FUENTES
“The Office of the Building Official (OBO) reflects the mirror of what LGU looks like, and so, it should level up or elevate to higher level in order to respond to the challenges by learning new innovations and strategies, thus, making our city more competitive and attractive to investors”.
Mayor Oscar Moreno underscored this point even as he called on the city’s barangay chairmen to obey and respect the National Building Code of the Philippines during the Barangay Consultative Meeting on November 7 at De Luxe Hotel, this city.
“Hinaut nga inyong subayon ug respetohan ang Building Code ug masabtan ang papel sa OBO diha sa pagpatuman sa maong balaod,” Mayor Moreno said.
For her part, City Building Official Archt. Ma. Concepcion Alcantara stressed that barangay leaders’ support and cooperation play an important role in the implementation of the Building Code, thus, it is important for them to know the salient provisions of the law. (IAF/photos by Jomar Figuracion)
Published: Friday, 27 October 2017 09:06
Written by Annabelle Ricalde
"I hope ang atong city jail will be far from the rest ug makatabang pagmugna sa malig-on ug limpyo nga syudad."
This was stated by Mayor Oscar Moreno during the ceremonial capsule laying, blessing and groundbreaking of the first-ever 3-storey, male dormitory building at City Jail located in Barangay Lumbia this morning, Oct. 25, 2017.
The P19.2-million project is funded by the city government under the Moreno administration, with the support of the 18th City Council headed by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin Uy.
City Councilor Romeo Calizo, Jail Supt. Erwin Kenny Ronquillo, Hapsay Buhay program coordinator Patrick Gabutina, city hall department heads, officials of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines MisOr-CDO Chapter, officials of Barangay Lumbia, non-government organizations and some inmates witnessed the activity.
Photos by Augusto Canete/CIO