Police, Urban Poor Committees looks into status of lots at Patag
THE City Council committees on urban and rural poor and housing development and on police, fire and public safety respectively chaired by Councilors Zaldy O. Ocon and Romeo V. Calizo held a joint meeting last week Thursday to discuss the status of lots in Barangay Patag.
The said parcels of land are reserved for the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 265 dated March 31, 1938.
The Power learned that a petition for consideration and segregation was filed by a certain homeowner’s association to the Office of the President sometime last year.
While waiting for the decision, the council may file for a resolution expressing its support to the petition, Ocon said.
“Dili nato ni supakon, dili nato hilabtan kay balaod man gud ni pero basin naa pa tay mahimo kay naa diha gapuyo ang mga military nga active ug inactive, pangitaan nato og pamaagi.” Hulaton lang sa nato ni, he added.
The meeting was attended by some occupants of these lots as well as representatives from the 4th ID Philippine Army. (SP/JAO)