Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Problems’ concerning the drainage system ends on October 15, 2014

Posted October 7, 2014
Written by Bert Dalida

Heavy rains in recent weeks have revived a longtime situation of poor sewage drainage in Boracay Island which officials delve into the real cause of the problem.

However, this time Boracay Island Administrator Glenn Sacapaño said, “That after the commitment of Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) in a meeting together with Boracay Redevelopment Task Force (BRTF) and stakeholders in the island, it drives solutions that should eventually alleviate the problem.”

He further explains that “it also answers questions about different matters about the drainage system and to avoid argumentations and misunderstandings to such problems.”

Sacapaño added that “specifically the meeting was scheduled this coming October 15 even though TIEZA has already answered those questions raise by the Boracay Foundation Incorporated (BFI).”

Meanwhile, it will be recalled that officials of Department and Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and other government agencies also conducted their conversations last November 15.

Sacapaño said that, “they expect to submit their plans and hoping for a permanent solution to Problems’ concerning the drainage system.”

Translated by Gloria Villas

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