Sagay City mayor announces P677M worth of projects

Posted by watchmen
January 8, 2020

During his New Year’s speech earlier this week, Sagay City Mayor Alfredo Marañon III announced the city would be launching several projects worth a total of P677.35 million this year.
Among the big ticket items include P266 million for phase one of the Sagay Ecozone, which is expected to be completed within the first quarter of 2020; P154 million for the Sagay Feeder Port expansion in the city’s Barangay Old Sagay; and P119.8 million for the Alfredo E. Marañon, Sr. District Hospital.
Other projects include construction and rehabilitation of the Sagay City Livestock Farm; improvements to port facilities; completion of Rural Health Unit II; construction of support facilities for the city’s slaughterhouse, meat processing plant, and cold storage facility; and concreting the farm-to-market road connecting Barangays Bato, Baviera, and Colonia Divina.
The mayor also reflected on 2019 and highlighted local aspects of agriculture, veterinary services, social services, education, peace and order, culture and arts, sports, city disaster and risk reduction management, among other sectors.
Meanwhile, Marañon also urged public employees and city officials to “elevate their performance this year,” calling it “a way to fulfill the mandate of serving the people.”/WDJ

Sagay City Mayor Alfredo Marañon III recently announced the city would be launching projects worth a total of P677.35 million.

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