Written by: Bert Dalida
The Boracay Task Force Redevelopment and Station 1 owners were scheduled to meet Tuesday, September 03 for an alternative design of sea wall.
Sea walls are considered to be illegal structures that need to be removed from the beach front that is why according to the Boracay Task Force Redevelopment, a design will be presented by Station 1 owners which also need to be studied by the national task force.
Apparently, the seawall design will not look like a sea wall, instead this will blend with the beach front since the sea wall will be buried in sand during northeast monsoon, but could be seen during the southwest monsoon.
The Boracay Task Force said that the initiative from the private sector is being recognized specially for the reason that both parties work hand in hand for the progress of Boracay.
Translated/Edited by: Rodel J. Abalus