PLGU provides projects in Banaybanay

Gov. Malanyaon turns over the certificate of turn over of the completed water system project to the Barangay Captain of Causwagan.

Gov. Malanyaon turns over the certificate of turn over of the completed water system project to the Barangay Captain of Causwagan.

Banaybanay, Davao Oriental – Newly completed projects have recently been turned over by the Provincial Government to Barangays Maputi and Causwagan in Banaybanay town.

Among the projects turned over were a newly completed Barangay Hall in the village of Maputi and phase 2 water system in the village of Causwagan.

Funded under the Provincial Assistance to the Barangays, the newly completed Barangay Hall in Maputi, including its furniture and other amenities, cost a total of P850,840, bankrolled through the pooled Provincial Assistance budget from 2011-2014. Causwagan’s water system, on the other hand, cost about P157, 000.

Governor Corazon N. Malanyaon and Mayor Adalia Tambuang of Banaybanay lead the cutting of the ribbon during the inauguration of the newly completed Brgy. Maputi Barangay Hall.

Governor Corazon N. Malanyaon and Mayor Adalia Tambuang of Banaybanay lead the cutting of the ribbon during the inauguration of the newly completed Brgy. Maputi Barangay Hall.

During the turn-over ceremony at Maputi Barangay Hall, Governor Corazon N. Malanyaon lauded the initiative of Punong Barangay Ariel D. Sison for choosing to build a project that would benefit his barangay’s constituents in the long-term.

Aside from the new building, other projects that had been turned over in Barangay Maputi include an ambulance, dump truck, air conditioner and television set, among others.

Governor Malanyaon reminded the residents here to take care of these projects and to appreciate the efforts of those who made these possible.

Meanwhile, as her gubernatorial term is about to end next year, she urged the public to choose officials who will continue implementing meaningful projects especially in the far-flung villages that needs government services even more. 

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“We need to continue setting a public office that is open to all people,” said the governor, pointing out that she wanted a leader who will uphold her programs that provides free access to all government services.

She said that genuine public service has a heart to serve and efforts to lead with clear development directions. “We need the kind of leadership that tries to unite people,” said Malanyaon, adding that communities cannot really reach their visions by divided thrusts. By Van Jorain O. Rufin

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