Thursday, August 9, 2012

Development of Tambisaan Port not possible for now

The development of Tambisaan Port in Manoc-manoc is not possible for now according to Municipal Economic Enterprise Development/MEED Manager and Malay Administrator Godofredo Sadiasa.

This is despite the felt difficulties of passengers, both tourist and local residents of Boracay, and the current situation at the Tambisaan Port.

This is because if a certain construction will be carried out, particularly the construction of a waiting shed for the passengers it will be expected to be a nuisance to the public moving about the area.

The reason that they will have to wait until the route or schedule of motorboats will go back via Caticlan and Cagban before starting any construction.

Sadiasa however clarified that this would be impossible to be implemented this 2012 as the Tambisaan Port is currently being used and they are avoiding that this could be a trouble for travelers.

Nonetheless he revealed that the LGU Malay had already funded the project and the bidding had already been done for the supposed development of Tambisaan Port.

During this rainy season, especially in Boracay, it can be observed how the passengers are drenched in the rain as they wait for the motorboats, as there is no available shed aside from the small ticketing booth in the area.

Meanwhile, passengers who just disembarked from the boats would actually race to the tricycles parked outside the port because of the limited space and the already packed ticketing booth.

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