The responsibility of installing public toilet at Caticlan Jetty Port was pointed to the Local Government of Malay by the Provincial Government of Aklan.
This is the response given to the need of the public, especially vendors and drivers of public transportation at Caticlan Jetty Port.
While tourists and other passengers use the toilets inside the building, according to Jetty Port Administrator Nieven Maquirang, vendors and drivers, and other passengers do not have toilets to use outside the building.
Since the mentioned individuals allegedly also pay permit to the local government of Malay, for that reason the LGU of Malay should make the move to meet their needs.
The statement was given by the Jetty Port Administrator in an interview on February 21.
Maquirang’s statement followed the inquiry by the Town Council of Malay on the 15 percent share of the province from the Environmental Fee, and on where the allocation of the fund for the Jetty Port is being used.
According to the Councilmen of Malay, almost all the facilities and developments inside the Jetty Port were taken from the 15% share of Malay from the Environmental Fee.