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P17.43M infra projects unveiled in Labuan

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Affirming commitment to her Security Health and Education (SHE) program, Mayor Beng Climaco on Friday unveiled 4 infrastructure projects worth P17.43 million in barangay Labuan.

The projects inaugurated and turned over to beneficiaries included the P6.84 million 2-storey 6 classroom school building at the Labuan Central School, the P5.81 million Labuan Police Station, the P2.77 million community fish landing center and P1.99 million covered court at Ramon Enriquez High School.

Assisted by Councilors Josephine Pareja and Bong Atilano, the mayor led the turnover of the 4 projects to their beneficiaries or users one after the other stressing that the facilities form part of the city’s infrastructure program and support to security, education and to fisherfolks.

Outgoing City Police Acting Director PSSupt. Luisito Magnaye expressed gratitude to the city government for the never-ending support to the police saying that the new police station in Labuan will definitely help improve efficiency of the operatives in the area.

He personally thanked Mayor Climaco for her all out concern for the security and safety of the residents as manifested in the allocation of over P800 million funding for the security sector in a record-period of 4 years.

Labuan barangay chair Ronald Maravilla for his part lauded the city for the four projects unveiled Friday stressing the benefits that the residents will get out of the facilities.

The projects were undertaken by private contractors under the supervision of the City Engineer’s Office. (Sheila Covarruibias)