Issue of July 7, 2019
Mt. Province
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Bontoc mayor vows to finish ongoing projects
by Alpine L. Killa

BONTOC, Mountain Province – Mayor Franklin Odsey rallied for continuous cooperation and collaboration of all stakeholders in the implementation and attainment of all the undertakings of the municipal government.

During the oath taking of the newly elected municipal officials on June 28 at the Bontoc Municipal Capitol, Odsey shared the major accomplishments and achievements of the present administration which he credited to the support of the public and stakeholders.

These include the construction of the municipal capitol and the waste management facility at Am-ancho, Bontoc Ili; and the municipality being an a national awardee of the Seal of Good Local Governance in 2017 and 2018.

“These accomplishments were made possible because of your trust. I appeal again for your continuous support; to pursue with vigor our new and unfinished projects,” the mayor remarked.

One of the unfinished projects he vouched to be completed before his term ends is the distribution of sufficient and safe potable supply of water to four central barangays of Bontoc.

Another is the ongoing installation of a potable water system in Gakhan creek/spring in Barangay Talubin going directly to the water reservoir in Pagturao, Poblacion and to be distributed to the households, commercial buildings, and institutions in barangays Bontoc Ili, Poblacion, Caluttit and Samoki.

The Gakhan Creek water source is four to five-hour trek from the road going up the mountain.

Odsey said this along with the other programs and undertakings of the municipal government will come into fruition with the cooperation of everyone.

Mainit Punong Barangay Johnson Tangchor administered the oath taking of Odsey.

Odsey administered the oath taking of Vice Mayor Eusebio Kabluyen while Association of Barangay Captains president and Bontoc Ili Punong Barangay Alexander Fana-ang administered the oath of councilorsAlsannyster Patingan, Viola Okko, John Engngeg, Jerome Tudlong, Peter Kedawen, John Pelew, Robert Dacyon, and Esteban Nguddo.

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