Infra projs inaugurated in eastern Mountain Province

>> Sunday, October 8, 2017

By ErlindoAgwilang, Jr.

PARACELIS, Mountain Province – Rep. Allen Jesse C. Mangaoang, Legislative Caretaker of the lone district of Mountain Province and Atty. Cyphrine Maxcel Dalog, chief of staff visited  eastern municipalities of Mountain Province to inaugurate infrastructure projects recently completed this year.
On Sept. 19, Dalog witnessed the blessing and inauguration of the Gawana Multi-Purpose Building in the municipality of Barlig, home of the tenth highest Mountain in the Philippines, Mount Amuyao. Fr. Mario Awilan of St. Michael the Archangel Parish led the prayer and blessing while Mayor Genesis Changilan delivered a heartwarming thank you message.
Dalog and party proceeded to the municipality of Natonin to inaugurate the 2-storey, 4-classroom school building of the Natonin National High School in Barangay Tonglayan and the Multi-purpose Building in Barangay Alunugan. Fr. Ferdinand Fulatao of the San Roque Parish led the religious rites while Mayor Matthew Chiyawan, barangay officials and the community expressed their thankfulness for the completion of said projects previously proposed by the late Rep. Maximo B. Dalog.
Dalog also inaugurated various school buildings in the municipality of Paracelis on September 20 like the two-storey, four-classroom buildings of Balindan Elementary School, Paracelis Technical and Vocational High School, Butigue National High School and Burayoc Elementary School. She also visited the CHED-TulongDunong Grantees of the MPSPC-Bacarri Campus and the community of Barangay Bunot to turn-over various kitchen wares which was previously pledged by her late father to the barangay officials.
Meanwhile, Mangaoang arrived Sept.  21 to inaugurate the Sinmakbot Bridge and Sinigpit Bridge located at Barangay Butigue, along the Mountain Province-Isabela Road. Fr. Russel Habungan of St. Gabriel the Archangel Parish led the blessing and prayers in all the inaugurated projects in the municipality. Local officials led by Mayor AvelinoAmangyen and Vice Mayor Lorenzo Carpio joined the people of Paracelis in welcoming their guests.
In their messages, Mangaoang add Dalog assured the people of the continuity of the plans, programs and legislative agenda of the late Rep. Dalog.
“May we be reminded that there are more bridges and roads that need to be constructed and improved. I ask our fellow workers in the government at the Mountain Province Second District Engineering Office to continue assisting and cooperating with us, your public servants, so that as we build more roads and bridges, we will be able to boost interaction among our communities and increase the agricultural and economic productivity of our province and people,” Mangaoang said.
Dalog said the Congressional Office is still in operation. She urged the public to visit the district office at the Provincial Capitol for concerns involving medical assistance, educational assistance, livelihood projects, resolutions and other social services.
The Mountain Province Second District Engineering Office, being the implementing agency of the inaugurated projects, participated in the event by turning over the documents of ownership to the respective school heads and barangay captains emphasizing the need for the stakeholders to be responsible in the management, protection and preservation of the facilities.

Meanwhile, the Dept. of Education through Paracelis District Supervisor Jacinto Yassan expressed the agency’s gratitude to the DPWH and the Office of the Congressman for the construction and turnover of said infrastructure facilities. 


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