Road clearing: Bacolod eyes perfect score

first_imgAbout 30 percent of villages here arenot yet fully compliant, she said, pointing out informal settlers, junks,illegally parked vehicles, and other road encroachments. “Madamopa ang ulubrahon sang syudad kag sang mga barangays,” said DILG city directorMa. Joy Maredith Madayag. Under DILG Memorandum Circular2020-027, all local government units are to remove obstructions in provincial,city, municipal and barangay roads, and national primary and secondary roads. The Interior department recentlydirected local executives nationwide to clear roads of obstructions within 75days in a second round of clearing. DILG gave this capital city an 87percent rating for the first round of road clearing last year. BACOLOD City – The Department ofInterior and Local Government (DILG) in this city wants a 100-percent citygovernment compliance to the road clearing order of President Rodrigo Duterte. The first round of street-clearingoperations saw the demolition of structures like sheds and village outpoststhat had encroached onto roads. Photo courtesy of Bacolod City PIO Barangay executives will be in chargeof the road-clearing operations in barangay roads and minor public-use streetswithin their jurisdictions. They are also ordered to maintain other local roadsturned over by the city or municipal government./PNlast_img

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