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2 towns in Abra now has police station, hall

Malibcong, Abra

Malibcong, Abra

by Maria Teresa Beñas / PIA

MALIBCONG, Abra – After long years of neglect, the local government unit of this upland town has finally established two of the basic structures in the municipality.

Mayor Benido Bacuyag said these are the municipal building in Barangay Umnap and the municipal police station in Barangay Poblacion.

The municipal building was funded through a loan from the Land Bank of the Philippines in the amount of P9 million payable within a period of five years. The five-year amortization is being paid by the LGU out of its local revenues, particularly the 20 percent Economic Development Fund.

The new municipal hall replaces the damaged hall that was vacated years ago. A bungalow-type building in Barangay Poblacion served as a satellite office for the municipal officials and employees.

Aside from the building construction project, a part of the loan was also used to procure a service vehicle for the Office of the Mayor and a back hoe.

The police station, on the other hand, was funded by the Philippine National Police, which provided P4M for the construction while the LGU provided the lot where it was constructed and fund for the hauling of the construction materials.

Bacuyag recognized the support of the people in the putting up of the structures. He also vowed to establish an all-weather road network within the municipality to provide access to the basic facilities including the three chapels constructed by the Diocese of Bangued.

The mayor also procured the necessary heavy equipment that include a back hoe, loader, bulldozer, and three dump trucks that would facilitate the local road building efforts. These are used in the ongoing opening of the Bangilo-Mataragan Road.



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34 thoughts on “2 towns in Abra now has police station, hall

  1. Good to hear this news hopefully next news would be the construction of the road like to be all weather road….

    Posted by Janel | June 24, 2014, 9:49 pm
  2. take note it was a loan hope the projects were not substandard like those project from the provincial govt that was loaned by takki.

    Posted by eric shawn | June 25, 2014, 3:18 am
  3. The projects are commendable especially the constructions of all weather roads and the purchase of heavy equipment to facilitate better travel time.
    Sad to note that the name of gov. Takit is again become Tak…. Please note, no gevernor in Abra won overwhelmingly in 3 TERMS. No governor has done so much for Abra; he accomplished more than what precedent governors put together. He has done much in term of peace n order by not employing notorious criminals bodyguards unlike others. He is the only
    governor who addressed ordinary people of his senior “apo” as I witnessed one time is hen I sat nearby table in a restaurant. Yes, he is no perfect like others. The Scripture says ” no one s perfect, no not one. All fall short to the Glory of God”
    Food for thought on hatred: throughout life, people treat you bad. Let God deal the things they do to you, because HATE n your heart will consume/ destroy you too. ” if you can’t forgive others trespasses neither your Father/God forgive you” Matt 6:15.

    Posted by Tagamasid | June 25, 2014, 6:41 am
    • Tagamasid im just commenting safe by not adresing his name but i would not retract that the projects which are substandard were funded thru a loan. See fir urself tagamasid if you come home.

      Posted by eric shawn | June 25, 2014, 7:47 am
      • He has done much in term of peace n order by not employing notorious criminals bodyguards unlike others. He is the only” i like to argue with tagamasid by qouting his own comments regarding his idol takki now that the smoke is in my vein, he said that he has done much in term of peace n order BY NOT EMPLOYING NOToROIUS CRIMINALS, yes i agree with you that he is not sorrounded by people with criminal records when he roamed around but he is sorrounded by Platoon of army and PNP wherein those paid by our taxes should protect ordinary people like you, who are vulnerable of attacks bec of the impunity of criminals. statistics shows that it was double the murder incident during his term than his predecessors yes he did not ordered those killing but he allowed them to happen for his political interest for the eyes of abrenian he is saint compred to others yes he is saint but corrupt and he let them happen wala sya ginawa kundi mgsumbong sa mga general. tagamasid have you experienced that your love one was a victim of violence bec our leaders failed to protect them? who will you blame? lastly, he was not sorrounded by killers but he kept some of them in LINGTAN. are you blind tagamasid or you dont know at all.

        Posted by eric shawn | June 25, 2014, 8:14 am
        • comment tagamasid then il add more which you dont know or you had known already but you opt to be silenced bec you are benefitting it.

          Posted by eric shawn | June 25, 2014, 8:18 am
        • apay nga pagbabara-am sa met ni TAGAMASID den ERIC SHAWN agsubli ka idiay ayan dagitay PO1 nga tread TA BAUTEN DAKA MANEN hahahahaha

          Posted by ROY GUAPO | June 26, 2014, 3:41 pm
  4. Agtalna kayo man di kayo la mabain nga mangibaga, Ay “WOW” adda municipal hall dan, nabayag idin dapat na nga adda dayta a municipal hall, ngem annia ti inaramid daguiti agtututray, ultimo arinsaed ti pagbagasan inkimmog dan.Tattan kasla la ket nakakasdaaw wen nga adda municipal hall dan. ay wen utto pu unayen.

    Posted by NPA ni Takki | June 26, 2014, 12:31 pm
    • Tagamasid idtoy ka agcomment ta ibagak amin nga inaramid ni takot programa na fish order in lingtan

      Posted by eric shawn | June 28, 2014, 6:01 am
      • I agree wirh you npa ni takki malibcong, tineg n others should have a municipal hall long time ago this widow benas shoul have include in her write up crtics wy its only now then praise afterwards at last mun hall will be constructed that what i know the qualities of a journalist.

        Posted by eric shawn | June 28, 2014, 6:14 am
  5. Adda met chismiss nga umadani man ti brown out toy Abran apay aya ngata man ti kayat na sawen detoyen.kadagiti bloggers nga maka ammo ,share you man met apo ta maysa akmet kadagiti aglaklako ditoy tiendaan Bangued nga naka depende toy elektricidad

    Posted by RIZA | June 30, 2014, 1:28 am
  6. Daniel apok mangisalog kayman iti duwa nga garumata nga marijuana dita pagpating ga-an ti lugan.addan to dita ni ERIC SHAWN KEN ALFREDO VALERA NGA MANGUR URAY KANYAYU

    Posted by RUDY FERNANDEZ JR | June 30, 2014, 1:39 am
  7. Ay apo nagadu ket ti tattao nga ariwawan aya ta awan anag ti isursuratda. Napia pay tay warek-warek ta adda utekna ngem dagitoy kunkunak awan met nagian ti banga-bangada……

    Posted by Genti | July 1, 2014, 6:01 pm
    • i thinbkdun ka sa sc makinig genti. we are just bloggers here not a justice .

      Posted by eric shawn | July 2, 2014, 5:30 am
    • Correct Genti. Tay narabaw nga danum, nakarasakas; but Silent water runs deep.Tay ampaw, kakaasi ti dallluyon. Diay gallera, tay awan kuartana ti pukkawa nga pukkaw. Tay dawa nga awan bagasna akin ngato. Dagiti nabagas, nakadumog. Anusan tayo tay bulbulagaw. But sir Sysop should not tolerate the use of foul words.

      Posted by Tagamasid | July 2, 2014, 7:08 am

    Posted by PO1 CASTILLO | July 3, 2014, 3:24 am

    Posted by ROY | July 3, 2014, 5:13 am
  10. Ammom castillo pulis ka talaga nga puro sour gripes apalam dagiti pupulis nga padam nga achiever like jak jak isu u use his name. Lugi sau gobierno puro tsismis lng alam mo.

    Posted by eric shawn | July 4, 2014, 2:01 am
  11. Ingat ka pg pulis ka once natrace na ikaw sigurado miserable life pgpupulis mo ang d ba meron jaung anti cibercrime unit ng pnp sa crame ako ok lng kc private individuak lnga ako malamang after ka mgmunimuni wala ng castillo ngcocoment dito.

    Posted by eric shawn | July 4, 2014, 2:05 am
  12. sumelaso ti bagbagam nga ERIC SHAWN kool toup kala nga agpeysu hak hak hak

    Posted by SPO1 CASTILLO | July 5, 2014, 3:04 pm

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