BY GERRY LEE GORIT
Misamis Oriental – A groundbreaking ceremony marked the commencement of a 20-million-peso development project initiated by Governor Peter M. Unabia in the municipality of Tagoloan.
The project encompasses the construction of two-story school buildings and a Barangay Perimeter Fence in Barangay Natumolan and Rosario, ushering in a new era of progress for the community.
The financial allocation for these essential projects is as follows: Barangay Rosario’s school building boasts a budget exceeding ten million pesos (P 10,418,072.33), while Natumolan’s school building is allocated more than nine million pesos (P 9,486,975.64). Additionally, over eight hundred and eight thousand pesos (P 808,648.59) have been set aside for the construction of the barangay perimeter fence in Sitio El Mundo, Natumolan.
Tagoloan Municipal Mayor Atty. Nadya Emano-Elipe lauded Governor Unabia for his unwavering commitment to the town’s development, particularly in enhancing educational facilities that will greatly benefit the youth.
The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, representatives from the Misamis Oriental Department Heads Association (MODHA), and esteemed town elders led by Mayor Atty. Nadya Emano-Elipe.
This significant undertaking aligns seamlessly with Governor Unabia’s PAGLAUM strategic direction, which places a strong emphasis on the “M” for Mobilization of Resources Through Equitable Sharing. It underscores the governor’s commitment to uplift the lives of Tagoloan residents by improving critical infrastructure in the area.