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Postponed! Cavite Gov. Boying Remulla explains why the planned government center is no more

Oct 29, 2018 @ 10:49

Local officials like to make plans for the improvement of their cities or provinces, but not all of these push through.

Such is the case with Cavite’s planned government center in Silang, Cavite.

Cavite Gov. Boying Remulla, in a Facebook post, said the center had been planned in order for the government to provide services easily to the province’s residents.

But Remulla explained that after a careful study, the local government has realized that the funds set aside for the project would be better put to good use for other services for Cavitenos.

He explained that the province’s priority is always the proper and smart use of its funds. He continues to value the trust lodged in him by the people, he added.

Better luck next time?

“Sa ating kagustuhang maabot ang mas marami nating kababayan sa mas agarang paraan, ay ating hinangad na magtayo ng isang Government Center (Kapitolyo) sa Silang, Cavite.

Subalit, matapos ang aming masusing pananaliksik at pag-aaral ukol sa planong ito, ay aming nabatid na mas makabubuti para sa lalawigan na ilaan na muna ang panustos sa proyektong ito sa mas marami pang makubuluhang programa, at gamitin ito upang lalong pag-ibayuhin ang mga serbisyong kasalukuyang ipinaabot ng Pamahalaang Panlalawigan. Bagamat nagkaroon na ng paghahanda kaugnay ng pagpapatayo ng Government Center, ang mga ito, katulad ng pangungutang sa bangko, ay hindi naisakatuparan dahil sa mga pagbabago sa ating plano.

Sa ating patuloy na paglilingkod sa ating mga mamamayan, mananatiling pangunahing konsiderasyon ang wasto at matalinong paggastos ng yaman ng ating lalawigan, at ang pagpapahalaga sa tiwalang ipinagkaloob nila sa atin.

Maraming salamat po,” Remulla posted.

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