April 22, 2024

1. The future administration will carry the huge burden of paying the proposed P2.8 billion loan City Hall wants to undertake for resilient tourism project.

2. Enterprising vendors, who saw the popularity of chick clips, now sell phallic-shaped ones for P50 each along Session Road and areas frequented by the visitors.

3. One of the event organizers must accept constructive criticisms and learn how to put brakes on her rudeness in responding to issues on events they organized.

4. Members of the city council should not reveal that the committee revamp was due to a councilor whom they want to discipline for irregularities in his camp.

5. Even the streetlights and cat’s eyes installed in national roads in a province are now a source of income to those who ensure the prices are equal to gold.

6. Event organizers have violated an executive order prohibiting some events in Itogon due to forest fires by securing a permit in nearby Nueva Vizcaya town.

7. The family and friends of a young mother who was killed in a robbery case three months ago are hoping justice will be served with the arrest of suspects.

8. A political ally of an incumbent politician is desperately eyeing the top post of one of the subsidiaries of BCDA now occupied by an ally from the south.

9. A former political leader with strong followers does not mind being hated by one of his former allies, whom he once helped get multi-million infra projects.

10. The snail-paced implementation of sidewalk and drainage projects such as in Lourdes-Mirador Road sharply contradicts City Hall’s good governance drive.