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Baciwa drilling more wells to
address water shortage
BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO

The Bacolod City Water District will drill six additional wells while waiting for the bulk water supply project to address the water shortage being experienced in Bacolod City, Baciwa general manager Mario Macatangay said in a forum held at the Bacolod Government Center yesterday.

The forum was initiated by Bacolod Mayor EvelioLeonardia due to numerous complaints received by the city concerning the services of Baciwa.

Macatangay gave a presentation of the present status of Baciwa including their immediate, medium term and long term programs to address the water shortage in the city.
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OBO files notice of
violation vs. BBWI
BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO

The Office of the Building Official issued yesterday a notice of violation to Bacolod Bulk Water Inc. for lack of permit for the construction of its facilities in Barangay Granada, Bacolod City.

The BBWI, headed by its chairman Ryan Yapkianwee, was awardedthe project last year by the Bacolod City Water District for the construction of Injection Point 1, to supply water to the water utility firm within 18 months.

The contractor also has a pending request with the Bacolod SangguiangPanlungsod for a resolution of no objection (RONO) to construct its water treatment plant and intake structure in Granada. moremoremore

 

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AFP CentCom anticipating
spillover of Maute terrorists
BY JUANCHO GALLARDE & JUDY F. PARTLOW

While President Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial law only in Mindanao, the Armed Forces of the Philippines, particularly the Central Command in the Visayas, is gearing up in case it will be expanded to other areas in the country.

Brig. Gen. Alan Arrojado, deputy commander of the Central Command, yesterday made the announcement as he called on Governor Roel Degamo at the Capitol and told him he was in Negros Oriental to visit the troops in the province, specifically the 79th Infantry Battalion and the 2nd Negros Island Geographical Battalion.

There is a possibility that martial law will be extended in the Visayas, based on the pronouncements made by President Duterte following his arrival from Russia. .