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By Danny Estacio

SAN ANDRES, Quezon – House Minority Floor Leader and Bondoc Peninsula Rep. Danilo E. Suarez along with Mayor Sergio Emprese and Quezon Vice Mayors League (QVML) president Junjun Suarez on Friday led the simultaneous blessing of six infrastructure projects worth over P70 million, including the P40-million new municipal building.

The funding for the P40-million new municipal building and the other infra projects was completed by the incumbent district representative with former Rep. Aleta C Suarez making the first move in her stint as district representative during the last administration.

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Also included in the blessing were a day-care center, slaughterhouse, water filtration station, multipurpose building and an evacuation center.

Suarez emphasized that the mineral water in the water filtration station would be given free to the poor residents of the said town, and the said water undergoes a reverse osmosis process, making it comparable with pure distilled water.

He reminded the beneficiaries that in order to avail the free water, they have to get the water coupon from the village chief, who was tasked to dispense it.

Every resident can avail a five-gallon water and the water container also provided by the water station, upon the recommendation of the prospective village chief.

The Quezon solon also said he advised the mayor and local political leaders who were assigned to distribute the coupon to be more strict to avoid reports reaching him that the residents sometimes sell the water to other people.

Emprese said the new municipal hall is a long-awaited dream for this town, because the old one was already dilapidated.

The village officials and the municipal leaders thanked their district leaders for their concern for the welfare and development of this town, which is the farthest in the province, just opposite Masbate island.

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