Issue of December 31, 2017
Mt. Province

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City urges fencing of elephant sculptures
by PIO release

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan ordered concerned offices of the city government to work out the immediate fencing of the area where the life-size elephant sculptures was erected to spare them from vandalism.

Domogan said that while the area has not yet been fenced, residents and visitors frequenting the area to have their photographs taken with the life-size sculptures should observe discipline by not vandalizing the family of elephants and for them not to throw their garbage in any part of the Botanical-Centennial Park.

On Dec. 18, Thailand Ambassador to the Philippines Upatasing Tanathip turned over to Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan and the local government the life-size family of elephant sculptures which was erected by the Thai government with the help off its partner, Siam Cement Group, in a portion of the park which I now one of the major tourist attractions in the city’s premier park.

“We call on our residents and tourists not to vandalize the sculpture so that it will remain as a major attraction in the park. We must observe utmost discipline when visiting our parks so that we will be able to contribute in efforts to showcase various attractions worthy of visiting,” Domogan said.

While the area has not yet been fenced, Domogan directed the personnel of the City Environment and Parks Management Office and the security guards assigned in the area to make sure that the sculpture will be spared from vandalism and other forms of destructive activities that will affect the status of the donation and to make sure that those vandalizing the various attractions in the park will be apprehended and penalized pursuant to existing ordinances of the city.

The Thailand embassy and SCG started working on the life-size family of elephant sculpture last September.

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