Esparagosa: “2011 is the project-oriented year of Mayor Silvosa”

March 3-9,2011

Market Mall, Food Centrum sure to rise up

“2011 is a project-oriented year of Silvosa administration,” Panabo City administrator Henry Esparagosa bared in the run up to the forthcoming State of the City (SoCA) of Mayor Jose Silvosa Sr.

In an interview, the city administrator said that per doable plans of the city government the mayor will be engaged in implementing his 21 first priority projects, of which the big ones with huge budgets are the Market Mall, Food Centrum and public memorial park.

“The 21 first priority projects are on top in the list, while the mayor would also have some 200 medium-small infrastructure projects to undertake with budgets of P3 million to minimum of P30,000, which would benefit all the city’s 40 barangays,” Esparagosa said.

The Panabo Food Centrum will be constructed first before the Market Mall as the former would the relocation site of food and chicken barbecue businesses presently located in the to-be-demolished central market building.

The Food Centrum will rise up adjacent to the Panabo Water District office and old police headquarters.
“The Food Centrum will become the city’s entertainment center,” he said as he bared that the place would have hundreds of food stalls under a wide roof covering with a stage at its center, which could be used for musical performances like acoustic and band jam sessions.

”Kung mahuman na, pwedeng mag concert-concert didto samtang magkaon-kaon,” he said.
Mayor Silvosa will also do heavy road concreting and rehabilitation in various parts of the city center, and riprapping of eroded canals from the Metrobank to Mormons church along the national highway while the study on the comprehensive drainage system is being completed by the city engineering office.
The City Hall’s motorpool building at Cagangohan was already completed last year.

Esparagosa also said that on the medium term the mayor is committed to make the circumferential road a reality.

“It’s where the heavy and cargo trucks like those transporting cavendish bananas take passage while the national highway has the light vehicles and buses,” he added.

The circumferential road has its entry point from Barangay Salvacion in the north, and it will exit near the Lasang bridge in the south. (cha monforte)

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