Dads OKs DP of subd project in Agusan
THE 18th City Council during its regular session presided over by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin V. Uy, approved the application of A. Brown Company, Inc. for Development Permit of Mangoville Subdivision project in Barangay Agusan.
The subdivision lot covers an area of 35,834 square meters more or less, containing 235 units.
The application for DP was reviewed and favorably endorsed by the committees on subdivision and landed estate and on laws and rules respectively chaired by Councilors Dometilo Acenas Jr. and Ian Mark Nacaya.
It may be recalled that Councilor Acenas last week led the ocular inspection in the area with representatives of City Housing Board, City Planning and Development Office, City Engineering Office and the developer.
During the site inspection, Councilor Acenas advised the developer that the detention pond should be constructed simultaneously with the drainage.
He, likewise, recommended the preservation and transfer of the mango trees to areas designated as parks and playground and community facilities.
Acenas also encouraged homeowners to plant trees within their respective yards in connection with the greening program of city government. (JBD)Joint cmte looks into status of property for Maritime HQA joint meeting of the City Council committees on police, fire and public safety and on subdivision & landed estate chaired by Councilors Romeo V. Calizo and Dometilo C. Acenas, Jr., respectively, was held recently to discuss updates on the request of Regional Maritime Unit 10, Philippine National Police Maritime Group for a space to house its headquarters in Macabalan.
According to a representative of the National Housing Authority (NHA), claims that the 500 square meter lot is owned by the NHA must first be checked.
The Power learned that within the property shall also stand the new office site of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA). But this plan can only be undertaken if and only when the subject space allotted for the Maritime group is verified and duly owned by the city government and not by NHA.
Noting this, Councilor Calizo requested the Maritime group to coordinate with the NHA to find out the real status of the subject lot. He said another round of discussion on the matter will soon take place. (JAO)