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Subd cmte acts on petition of Iponan homeowners

The City Council committee on subdivision and landed estate chaired by Councilor Edgar S. Cabanlas acted on the petition filed by the Bloomingdale Phase II Homeowners Association, Inc. in Barangay Iponan.

The HOA is objecting to the opening of the subdivision’s perimeter fence by a homeowner as a passageway to and from his subdivision unit and adjoining property outside the subdivision.

According to the HOA, this is in violation of the Liberty Land Corporation’s (developer of the subdivision) restrictions and servitude. They also fears over the security of the subdivision residents.

Rosabelle Villanueva of Liberty Land Corp., the subdivision developer, said the developer’s restrictions prohibits the property be utilized for the purpose of giving access in going to/from another property adjoining, whether owned by the vendee, which is not part of the subdivision project developed by the vendor.

The developer already turned-over the fence, roads and other facilities to the city, she said.

For her part, a legal counsel of the property owner said her client has an approved fencing permit issued by the Office of the Building Official (OBO) for his lot in Bulao adjacent to Bloomingdale property.

According to her, the opening of the fence is only temporary to allow the delivery of construction materials since there is no access road to the area.

Councilor Cabanlas referred the matter to the City Legal Office for further investigation and proper disposition.

Councilors Jose Pepe Abbu, Jr., Ivy Emano and Aga Suan were present during the meeting.


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