Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Caticlan and Cagban jetty port dilemmas, tackled at SB Malay’s session

Written by Jay-ar Arante

The Municipal Council of Malay, in its session yesterday, tackled the different difficulties met at the Cagban and Caticlan Jetty Ports.

This followed after the SB Malay invited Jetty Port Administrator Nieven Maquirang to explain the “No Sticker, No Entry Policy” that has lately arisen as one of the issues.

Aside from this, the dealings of the port’s security personnel to tourists have also been sited.

SB Members Rowen Aguirre and Frolibar Bautista also expressed their personal observations in and out the ports such as how its employees treat the tourists and patrons and its defective facilities.

The SB Malay wanted to improve the jetty ports and align it to an international standard.

Port Administrator Maquirang meanwhile, assured to give attention and act on the concerns raised by the councilors for the betterment of their service especially for the island of Boracay.

Translated by Shelah Casiano

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