Friday, April 25, 2014

Prohibition of sand castle building in Boracay, included in BRTF’s program

Posted April 24, 2014
Written by Bert Dalida

Included in the programs of the Boracay Redevelopment Task Force (BRTF) is to stop the already prohibited sand castle building.

This is what BRTF Chairman and Boracay Island Administrator Glenn Sacapaño has assured, in line with their nightly patrol at the beach front last Holy Week.

Despite of the Malay Auxiliary Police (MAP)’s constant reminder to children who builds them, numerous sand castles can still be seen in Boracay.

Sacapaño also maintains that the BRTF’s move is in fact for the tourist’s security.

Meanwhile, the BRTF also conducts nightly monitoring of establishments in relation to the implementation of anti-noise pollution ordinance and the 25+5 meter easement.

For patrolling, the BRTF works alongside the Boracay PNP, MAP, Barangay Tanods and other law enforcers in the island.

Translated by Shelah Casiano

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