PGCot completes more “Serbisyong Totoo” infra projects


AMAS, Kidapawan City (Mar 12, 2017) – The Provincial Government of Cotabato has recently completed and turned over at least six infrastructure projects ranging from solar drier, road concreting to classroom building in three towns on March 10, 2017, aside from the bulk of projects handed to various villages recently.

Governor Emmylou “Lala” J. Taliṅo-Mendoza said the projects, formally received by village officials during the turn over ceremonies were initially identified as priority projects and essential to the end users.

The beneficiary towns include Carmen particularly Carmen Senior High School (CSHS) which received a P4M covered court; Kabacan whose main beneficiaries are coming from the Barangay Kayaga with a P500,000 solar drier with stage, board and ring, Barangay Kiligasan with 382-meter road concreting worth P3M, Barangay Bangilan with 496-meter road concreting worth P5M, and Barangay Bannawa with 482-meter road concreting worth P5M or a total of P13.5M.

Gov Taliṅo-Mendoza said the newly built covered court in Carmen Senior High School complements its other structures or school buildings in terms of developing the students and keeping abreast with the needs of the school populace.

On the other hand, the governor also turned over solar drier in Barangay Kayaga will benefit small farmers who have no particular space to dry their crops such as corn. Also in the same town of Kabacan where road network development is becoming more essential due to its boosting economy, the governor highlighted that the three road concreting projects answers the need of farmers to transport their products and other stakeholders to benefit from a convenient and safe road.

“These are the results of our strong partnership towards further development” referring to efficient coordination of the village officials with the provincial government in the implementation of the projects.

As the governor led the formal turn-over of projects, she was accompanied by other provincial officials namely Representative Jose “Ping” Tejada of the 3rd District of Cotabato, Board Member Jonathan Tabara and Kabacan Municipal Mayor Herlo “Jojo” Guzman.

In their messages, the three officials expressed their full support to the provincial leadership and took the opportunity to call upon the constituents to help Gov Taliṅo-Mendoza in fulfilling her goal to uplift the living conditions and improve the lives of Cotabateṅos.

Rep Tejada mentioned the effective coordination of his office with the governor in terms of identification, prioritization and implementation of projects such as livelihood, education and scholarship, technical and vocational, health, infrastructure, and more.

“I am inspired as your representative in the Congress because I have Gov Lala as my development partner and with this partnership come so many projects for the people.” said Tejada as he lauded the “Serbisyong Totoo” program and advocacy of the Provincial Government of Cotabato.

For his part, BM Tabarra said he is fortunate to be a part of the provincial leadership as it helps him gain more knowledge and experience as a public servant. “I am grateful to Gov Lala for the chance she gave me in coming to many villages, witness the turn-over of projects and listen to the people”, said Tabarra.

Furthermore, Mayor Guzman said his town has been a recipient of various projects targeting the small farmers and small businessmen, youth, teachers and senior citizens as beneficiaries and for these he is so eager to maintain a strong partnership with the programs of the provincial government. “With a dynamic leader like Gov Lala, who wouldn’t be motivated to serve the people?” said Guzman as he thanked the governor for making him a part of her advocacy for truthful governance.

Thanking the provincial government for the projects put up in their villages, the recipients conveyed their gratitude and promised to make the most out of the projects and at the same time take care of the same.

“This will provide the school a new venue for activities such as sports, meetings, graduation and even gatherings, our sincerest appreciation to the governor for always looking into the welfare of her constituents” said Lorna Sabando, Principal of CSHS.

Just last month, Gov Taliṅo-Mendoza had turned over some P46.1M worth of infrastructure projects in the municipalities of Aleosan, Pigcawayan, Midsayap, Antipas, Makilala, Matalam, M’lang and Kabacan.

More projects will be turned-over by the governor to many barangays in no time. (JIMMY STA. CRUZ-PGO Media Center/Photo by JSC)

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