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New dump trucks for proposed landfill and garbage collection

By: Armie B. Gunay, CEPPIO

FOR MORE EFFICIENT GARBAGE COLLECTION. The newly- purchased dump trucks getting blessed before the busy tasks ahead. (Photo by: Racso Vitan, CEPPIO)

The City Government of Naga, thru the City Solid Waste Management Office (SWMO), has purchased new dump trucks, in addition to the city’s existing units, to further improve the city’s waste collection and disposal.

Four new dump trucks, with 10- 16 cubic meter capacity each; one (1) mini- dump truck with 4-5 cubic meter capacity, designed for narrower road ways; and two (2) service vehicles were given the ceremonial blessing last Monday, November 6, 2017, at the city hall grounds here.

Engr. Joel Martin of the Solid Waste Management Office said the dump trucks, that cost the total amount of P2.9M are being readied in time for the opening of the new city landfill.

The SWMO is still looking forward to additional four (4) units of landfill- ready dump trucks to be purchased next year.

Para po bago magpoon ang landfill, ready na kita,” explained Engr. Martin.

The new dump trucks will be utilized for faster and more efficient city garbage collection.

Newly- renovated city health office now ready for bigger, more services

By: Armie B. Gunay, CEPPIO

The newly rehabilitated Naga City Health Office now better known as Naga City Center for Health and Nutrition, has been formally inaugurated to render more improved and convenient services to clients— the general public.

The new building complex of the Naga City Center for Health and Nutrition now features additional two dental clinics, three doctor’s office, a consultation room, a TB Dots room with laboratory, cold room for vaccines, stock room for medicines, nine comfort rooms, a social hygiene clinic for HIV patients and a well-ventilated reception area and lobby.

The expanded building will also be housing the City Population and Nutrition Office and the Naga City Dialysis Center, in partnership with a private dialysis provider.

Midwifery classes under the City Community College are also being conducted in the same building.

In addition, the newly- renovated building will now be housing the DOH Camarines Sur Field Office.

Mayor John Bongat in an interview disclosed that the expansion of the building was constructed thru a P5.6M grant from the Department of Health (DOH), with the equivalent counterpart amount from the city government. The city is now ready to deliver centralized health services in the city.

Iyan ang pinakakonsepto kaini, na maging centralized ang delivery ng health services pag-abot sa health and nutrition,” mentioned Mayor Bongat.

He clarified, however, that severe health cases beyond the capability of the center will still be referred, as a matter of standard procedure, to other hospitals in the city, namely: Naga City Hospital, Our Lady of Lourdes Infirmary and the Bicol Medical Center (BMC).

  • November 17th 2017
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3 honest Nagueños commended

By: Armie B. Gunay

There is no shortage of honest people in this city. On the contrary, there are more of them who turned out to be simple, ordinary people.

First, it was an owner of a pili nut store who came to the office of the city mayor to return cash kept in a white envelope amounting to P11, 000.00 that a visiting devotee of Our Lady of Peñafrancia from Laguna absent-mindedly left in his store after purchasing pili nut delicacies from his store a few days after the fiesta.

Then, another two honest Nagueños also came to return what they have found which could have been dismissed as lost forever had they gone into the wrong hands of less God- fearing people.

During the flag ceremony last Monday at city hall, three honest Nagueños were accordingly honored for their honesty. They were Archel Arroyo, Christom Baguio, and Jocel de la Trinidad, all of this city.

Arroyo is the owner of the pili nut store at Naga City People’s Mall. He found the white envelope stacked with money with a name written on it that made it easier for him to contact a certain Roy de Mesa who turned out to be the owner of the lost envelope.

MR. ARCHEL ARROYO turns over to the City Mayor's Office the money he found left in his store by a pilgrim- tourist.

Baguio is an employee of the City Government’s PSO Civil Security Unit. He returned a wallet containing the amount of P25, 000.00 cash and a checkbook bearing the name of Antonia delos Reyes.

MR. CHRISTOM BAGUIO from the PSO Civil Security Unit receives commendation from the City Government of Naga for his honest act.

De La Trinidad is a tricycle driver from Barangay Mabolo. He returned a mobile phone left in his tricycle back to its owner.

Trinidad patiently waited for mobile phone owner at the same spot where he dropped off his last passenger who soon came out looking for his missing mobile phone.

MR. JOCEL DE LA TRINIDAD also receives a commendation from the City Government of Naga for being an honest tricycle driver.

Mayor John G. Bongat and other city officials, before the employees and guests at city hall during last Monday’s flag ceremony, congratulated and handed certificates of recognition to the three honest Nagueños that their fellow Nagueños should emulate and be proud of.

  • November 10th 2017
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