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THE Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) will maintain the status quo with regard to its board of directors (BOD).In a letter addressed to Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) Administrator Jose Moises Salonga dated Monday, March 18, 2024, MCWD general manager Edgar Donoso said they had asked for an opinion from the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel (OGCC) on Salonga’s appointment last Friday of an interim board to take over the policy-making body of the MCWD for the next six months.Pending the OGCC’s response, Donoso said they would recognize the board led by chairman Jose Daluz III to ensure a “continuous and unhampered delivery of public service.”“In view of this, and for the time being, we therefore cannot yet acknowledge LWUA’s authority on this intervention/takeover and appointment of an interim board of directors,” Donoso’s letter to Salonga read.Signing the letter to show their “conformity” were the presidents of the Association of MCWD Managers, Christine Caballes; MCWD Supervisors Association, Joseph Caballes; MCWD Employees Union, Samuel Suson; and Non-Regular Manpower Resources Association, Daniel Lim.Last Friday, however, Daluz said he would abide by LWUA’s takeover order.In a statement released on Monday, Donoso also assured all consumers and stakeholders that despite the circumstances, MCWD operations would continue as usual. “There will be no disruptions in the delivery of water services to our community. We are fully committed to prioritizing the needs of our consumers, and our efforts to mitigate the impacts of the El Niño phenomenon will persist,” he said.SurprisedMeanwhile, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama said he was surprised by LWUA’s latest action and insisted on his own appointees remaining in their positions.“Their (LWUA) coming in, that’s not the way I want it. I’ll have a meeting with my MCWD on Saturday evening, and they’ll know what they ought to do. So I wish when I come back things are already (coming) and there is no such thing as supremacy,” Rama said on Monday.The mayor refused to comment on whether LWUA’s intervention would affect his appointed board.Rama reiterated that he has the authority to appoint the members of the MCWD board.“My MCWD appointment should stay,” he said.Last Oct. 31, Mayor Rama appointed Melquiades Feliciano, Aristotle Batuhan and Nelson Yuvallos to replace Daluz, Miguelito Pato and Jodelyn May Seno.Existing board members Danilo Ortiz and Earl Bonachita supported Rama’s appointment of the three new members.The mayor said City Hall was tired of waiting for LWUA to act on their request to issue a “certificate of no objection” to the termination of Daluz, Pato and Seno’s services last August.TakeoverLWUA implemented the takeover of the MCWD board last March 15, for a period of six months. In a letter addressed to Daluz and Donoso, Salonga announced the partial intervention of LWUA, which he said was authorized by Resolution 35, s. 2023 duly approved by the LWUA Board of Trustees in accordance with Presidential Decree 198, as amended. In line with this, Salonga announced the installation of LWUA officers Maria Rosan Perez, Noel Samonte and Anabelle Gravador to the interim board of MCWD, with LWUA deputy administrator Eileen dela Vega overseeing Friday’s installation.In a phone interview last Friday, Daluz confirmed the implementation of the takeover, saying the five board members—Daluz, Pato and Seno appointed by the late mayor Edgardo Labella, and Rama’s two appointees Ortiz and Bonachita would abide by LWUA’s decision.“We will abide by the order of the LWUA. I think that is for the best interest of the MCWD,” Daluz said.Daluz said the intervention also applied to Rama’s appointed board. / AML Top 5 Casino in the Philippines Philippines A TOTAL of 340 houses were destroyed due to a fire that broke out under the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge in Barangay Looc, Mandaue City on Tuesday, March 12, 2024. Senior Fire Insp. Leo Andicoy of the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) Mandaue, who is leading the investigation, said they still have to determine what caused the blaze in Sitio Under The Bridge.According to Andicoy, the fire was reported at 12:08 p.m., and was raised to third alarm at 12:22 p.m. It was declared under control at 12:42 p.m. and was fully extinguished at 2:16 p.m. He placed damage estimates to be around P1.215 million. Arnel Abella, head of BFP Mandaue, said the fire burned an area of about 5,000 square meters. Andicoy said the BFP Mandaue is working tirelessly to carry out repairs and clear the area to prevent any chance of the fire rekindling.Authorities reported no casualties or injuries.Temporary sheltersThe victims are currently sheltering at the Looc Gym and Cesar M. Cabahug Elementary School. As of 5 p.m., the Mandaue City Public Information Office reported that the blaze affected 444 families consisting of 1,537 people. Of this number, 340 were homeowners and 104 were renters. Vice Mayor Glenn Bercede, in a separate interview, announced that they will be opening 20 rooms at the Cesar Cabahug Elementary School located next to the Looc Gymnasium to accommodate the victims.He said the City will also provide them with food and other necessities. Looc Barangay Captain Raul Cabahug requested neighboring barangays and cities for in-kind donations, which can be turned over to the Looc Barangay Hall. “Dili gyud lalim ilabi na ang Looc bag-o lang kaayo nasunugan ning Sitio Paradise sad. Wa pa gani ang uban ka-recover pero karun nana say laing sunog,” he said.(It’s not easy for the barangay, especially since it wasn’t that long ago that Sitio Paradise was also struck by fire. Some of the victims have not even recovered. Now another fire has struck.)Outside assistanceCabahug was referring to the fire on Nov. 22, 2022 that destroyed 600 homes. The barangay then declared a state of calamity to access emergency funds for the victims. Buddy Alain Ybañez, head of the Mandaue City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, praised firefighters from the neighboring cities of Lapu-Lapu, Talisay, and Danao for their assistance. Ybañez said they employed one strategy that helped immediately douse the flames.He said they used flood suctioning machines to transfer water from the fire trucks. According to Ybañez, one of the challenges they had to overcome was the strong wind, which caused the fire to spread quickly. / HIC

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A TOTAL of 340 houses were destroyed due to a fire that broke out under the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge in Barangay Looc, Mandaue City on Tuesday, March 12, 2024. Senior Fire Insp. Leo Andicoy of the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) Mandaue, who is leading the investigation, said they still have to determine what caused the blaze in Sitio Under The Bridge.According to Andicoy, the fire was reported at 12:08 p.m., and was raised to third alarm at 12:22 p.m. It was declared under control at 12:42 p.m. and was fully extinguished at 2:16 p.m. He placed damage estimates to be around P1.215 million. Arnel Abella, head of BFP Mandaue, said the fire burned an area of about 5,000 square meters. Andicoy said the BFP Mandaue is working tirelessly to carry out repairs and clear the area to prevent any chance of the fire rekindling.Authorities reported no casualties or injuries.Temporary sheltersThe victims are currently sheltering at the Looc Gym and Cesar M. Cabahug Elementary School. As of 5 p.m., the Mandaue City Public Information Office reported that the blaze affected 444 families consisting of 1,537 people. Of this number, 340 were homeowners and 104 were renters. Vice Mayor Glenn Bercede, in a separate interview, announced that they will be opening 20 rooms at the Cesar Cabahug Elementary School located next to the Looc Gymnasium to accommodate the victims.He said the City will also provide them with food and other necessities. Looc Barangay Captain Raul Cabahug requested neighboring barangays and cities for in-kind donations, which can be turned over to the Looc Barangay Hall. “Dili gyud lalim ilabi na ang Looc bag-o lang kaayo nasunugan ning Sitio Paradise sad. Wa pa gani ang uban ka-recover pero karun nana say laing sunog,” he said.(It’s not easy for the barangay, especially since it wasn’t that long ago that Sitio Paradise was also struck by fire. Some of the victims have not even recovered. Now another fire has struck.)Outside assistanceCabahug was referring to the fire on Nov. 22, 2022 that destroyed 600 homes. The barangay then declared a state of calamity to access emergency funds for the victims. Buddy Alain Ybañez, head of the Mandaue City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, praised firefighters from the neighboring cities of Lapu-Lapu, Talisay, and Danao for their assistance. Ybañez said they employed one strategy that helped immediately douse the flames.He said they used flood suctioning machines to transfer water from the fire trucks. According to Ybañez, one of the challenges they had to overcome was the strong wind, which caused the fire to spread quickly. / HIC Pinoy Chess Philippines THE first package of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project may not be operational in July 2024.“Ni-commit ta’g July, pero naay stoppage nga nahitabo. Normal nga ma-delay jud, pero bisan tuod nga wala sila nakatrabaho didto, naa pa man lain nga stations nga angay trabahoon,” said Norvin Imbong, CBRT project manager, in a phone interview on Monday, March 25, 2024.(We initially said it would be operational by July, but a portion of the project has been put on hold. A delay is only normal, but even though they cannot work near the Capitol there are other stations that they can work on.)The first package covers a distance of 2.38 kilometers from the Cebu South Bus Terminal along N. Bacalso Ave. to the front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd.He said they initially thought there was no problem regarding the installation of the bus station near the Capitol because Cebu City’s Cultural and Heritage Affairs Office did not alert them when they presented the plan in 2020.He said the only condition given to them was not to destroy structures with historical value.He said the bus station in question is 120 meters from the Capitol building, so they never thought they could have a violation, he added.SunStar Cebu tried to contact Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia, head of the Cultural and Heritage Affairs Commission, to verify the information, but was unable to as of press time.In response to the Feb. 27, 2024 cease and desist order issued by Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia, Imbong said they had already asked the Philippine Historical Commission for clearance to continue with the project.Despite the rift between Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama and Governor Garcia over the CBRT project, Imbong assured that they would continue with civil works.He said when they received the notice for the stoppage of construction on Province-owned lots on Osmeña Blvd. amid its potential violation of the Philippine Heritage Law for appearing to be located within the buffer zones of heritage zones, they simply transferred and worked on the bus station near the CSBT.He said the bus station near the CSBT is almost done, saying they have already installed the roofing.Meanwhile, Imbong said they respect the governor’s order, adding that it was valid because they were not able to secure a clearance. He said higher officials advised them to secure the necessary permits.He hopes to have them as soon as possible, he said.The CBRT project has been marred by several delays since its targeted implementation in 2016.The groundbreaking of Package 1, which the Cebu City Government had set for Feb. 2, 2023, was moved to Feb. 24 because President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. was only available on the latter date.The original target completion date of Package 1 was in the last quarter of 2023 only to be moved to the first quarter of 2024.The Department of Transportation initially aimed to complete the CBRT project in 2025 but moved it to 2027 due to design changes. These changes include the addition of Package 4 that will feature a dedicated lane from Bulacao to Mambaling; extension of the alignment from Ayala to Cebu IT Park; a rotunda underneath the Mambaling flyover; and the conversion of a mixed traffic lane along the coastal road at the South Road Properties and F. Vestil St.The CBRT project is one of the top priorities of the Marcos Jr. administration with a budget allocation of P28.78 billion. / AML

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THE first package of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project may not be operational in July 2024.“Ni-commit ta’g July, pero naay stoppage nga nahitabo. Normal nga ma-delay jud, pero bisan tuod nga wala sila nakatrabaho didto, naa pa man lain nga stations nga angay trabahoon,” said Norvin Imbong, CBRT project manager, in a phone interview on Monday, March 25, 2024.(We initially said it would be operational by July, but a portion of the project has been put on hold. A delay is only normal, but even though they cannot work near the Capitol there are other stations that they can work on.)The first package covers a distance of 2.38 kilometers from the Cebu South Bus Terminal along N. Bacalso Ave. to the front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd.He said they initially thought there was no problem regarding the installation of the bus station near the Capitol because Cebu City’s Cultural and Heritage Affairs Office did not alert them when they presented the plan in 2020.He said the only condition given to them was not to destroy structures with historical value.He said the bus station in question is 120 meters from the Capitol building, so they never thought they could have a violation, he added.SunStar Cebu tried to contact Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia, head of the Cultural and Heritage Affairs Commission, to verify the information, but was unable to as of press time.In response to the Feb. 27, 2024 cease and desist order issued by Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia, Imbong said they had already asked the Philippine Historical Commission for clearance to continue with the project.Despite the rift between Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama and Governor Garcia over the CBRT project, Imbong assured that they would continue with civil works.He said when they received the notice for the stoppage of construction on Province-owned lots on Osmeña Blvd. amid its potential violation of the Philippine Heritage Law for appearing to be located within the buffer zones of heritage zones, they simply transferred and worked on the bus station near the CSBT.He said the bus station near the CSBT is almost done, saying they have already installed the roofing.Meanwhile, Imbong said they respect the governor’s order, adding that it was valid because they were not able to secure a clearance. He said higher officials advised them to secure the necessary permits.He hopes to have them as soon as possible, he said.The CBRT project has been marred by several delays since its targeted implementation in 2016.The groundbreaking of Package 1, which the Cebu City Government had set for Feb. 2, 2023, was moved to Feb. 24 because President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. was only available on the latter date.The original target completion date of Package 1 was in the last quarter of 2023 only to be moved to the first quarter of 2024.The Department of Transportation initially aimed to complete the CBRT project in 2025 but moved it to 2027 due to design changes. These changes include the addition of Package 4 that will feature a dedicated lane from Bulacao to Mambaling; extension of the alignment from Ayala to Cebu IT Park; a rotunda underneath the Mambaling flyover; and the conversion of a mixed traffic lane along the coastal road at the South Road Properties and F. Vestil St.The CBRT project is one of the top priorities of the Marcos Jr. administration with a budget allocation of P28.78 billion. / AML Pinoy Chess Philippines THE Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) will maintain the status quo with regard to its board of directors (BOD).In a letter addressed to Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) Administrator Jose Moises Salonga dated Monday, March 18, 2024, MCWD general manager Edgar Donoso said they had asked for an opinion from the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel (OGCC) on Salonga’s appointment last Friday of an interim board to take over the policy-making body of the MCWD for the next six months.Pending the OGCC’s response, Donoso said they would recognize the board led by chairman Jose Daluz III to ensure a “continuous and unhampered delivery of public service.”“In view of this, and for the time being, we therefore cannot yet acknowledge LWUA’s authority on this intervention/takeover and appointment of an interim board of directors,” Donoso’s letter to Salonga read.Signing the letter to show their “conformity” were the presidents of the Association of MCWD Managers, Christine Caballes; MCWD Supervisors Association, Joseph Caballes; MCWD Employees Union, Samuel Suson; and Non-Regular Manpower Resources Association, Daniel Lim.Last Friday, however, Daluz said he would abide by LWUA’s takeover order.In a statement released on Monday, Donoso also assured all consumers and stakeholders that despite the circumstances, MCWD operations would continue as usual. “There will be no disruptions in the delivery of water services to our community. We are fully committed to prioritizing the needs of our consumers, and our efforts to mitigate the impacts of the El Niño phenomenon will persist,” he said.SurprisedMeanwhile, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama said he was surprised by LWUA’s latest action and insisted on his own appointees remaining in their positions.“Their (LWUA) coming in, that’s not the way I want it. I’ll have a meeting with my MCWD on Saturday evening, and they’ll know what they ought to do. So I wish when I come back things are already (coming) and there is no such thing as supremacy,” Rama said on Monday.The mayor refused to comment on whether LWUA’s intervention would affect his appointed board.Rama reiterated that he has the authority to appoint the members of the MCWD board.“My MCWD appointment should stay,” he said.Last Oct. 31, Mayor Rama appointed Melquiades Feliciano, Aristotle Batuhan and Nelson Yuvallos to replace Daluz, Miguelito Pato and Jodelyn May Seno.Existing board members Danilo Ortiz and Earl Bonachita supported Rama’s appointment of the three new members.The mayor said City Hall was tired of waiting for LWUA to act on their request to issue a “certificate of no objection” to the termination of Daluz, Pato and Seno’s services last August.TakeoverLWUA implemented the takeover of the MCWD board last March 15, for a period of six months. In a letter addressed to Daluz and Donoso, Salonga announced the partial intervention of LWUA, which he said was authorized by Resolution 35, s. 2023 duly approved by the LWUA Board of Trustees in accordance with Presidential Decree 198, as amended. In line with this, Salonga announced the installation of LWUA officers Maria Rosan Perez, Noel Samonte and Anabelle Gravador to the interim board of MCWD, with LWUA deputy administrator Eileen dela Vega overseeing Friday’s installation.In a phone interview last Friday, Daluz confirmed the implementation of the takeover, saying the five board members—Daluz, Pato and Seno appointed by the late mayor Edgardo Labella, and Rama’s two appointees Ortiz and Bonachita would abide by LWUA’s decision.“We will abide by the order of the LWUA. I think that is for the best interest of the MCWD,” Daluz said.Daluz said the intervention also applied to Rama’s appointed board. / AML

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THE Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) will maintain the status quo with regard to its board of directors (BOD).In a letter addressed to Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) Administrator Jose Moises Salonga dated Monday, March 18, 2024, MCWD general manager Edgar Donoso said they had asked for an opinion from the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel (OGCC) on Salonga’s appointment last Friday of an interim board to take over the policy-making body of the MCWD for the next six months.Pending the OGCC’s response, Donoso said they would recognize the board led by chairman Jose Daluz III to ensure a “continuous and unhampered delivery of public service.”“In view of this, and for the time being, we therefore cannot yet acknowledge LWUA’s authority on this intervention/takeover and appointment of an interim board of directors,” Donoso’s letter to Salonga read.Signing the letter to show their “conformity” were the presidents of the Association of MCWD Managers, Christine Caballes; MCWD Supervisors Association, Joseph Caballes; MCWD Employees Union, Samuel Suson; and Non-Regular Manpower Resources Association, Daniel Lim.Last Friday, however, Daluz said he would abide by LWUA’s takeover order.In a statement released on Monday, Donoso also assured all consumers and stakeholders that despite the circumstances, MCWD operations would continue as usual. “There will be no disruptions in the delivery of water services to our community. We are fully committed to prioritizing the needs of our consumers, and our efforts to mitigate the impacts of the El Niño phenomenon will persist,” he said.SurprisedMeanwhile, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama said he was surprised by LWUA’s latest action and insisted on his own appointees remaining in their positions.“Their (LWUA) coming in, that’s not the way I want it. I’ll have a meeting with my MCWD on Saturday evening, and they’ll know what they ought to do. So I wish when I come back things are already (coming) and there is no such thing as supremacy,” Rama said on Monday.The mayor refused to comment on whether LWUA’s intervention would affect his appointed board.Rama reiterated that he has the authority to appoint the members of the MCWD board.“My MCWD appointment should stay,” he said.Last Oct. 31, Mayor Rama appointed Melquiades Feliciano, Aristotle Batuhan and Nelson Yuvallos to replace Daluz, Miguelito Pato and Jodelyn May Seno.Existing board members Danilo Ortiz and Earl Bonachita supported Rama’s appointment of the three new members.The mayor said City Hall was tired of waiting for LWUA to act on their request to issue a “certificate of no objection” to the termination of Daluz, Pato and Seno’s services last August.TakeoverLWUA implemented the takeover of the MCWD board last March 15, for a period of six months. In a letter addressed to Daluz and Donoso, Salonga announced the partial intervention of LWUA, which he said was authorized by Resolution 35, s. 2023 duly approved by the LWUA Board of Trustees in accordance with Presidential Decree 198, as amended. In line with this, Salonga announced the installation of LWUA officers Maria Rosan Perez, Noel Samonte and Anabelle Gravador to the interim board of MCWD, with LWUA deputy administrator Eileen dela Vega overseeing Friday’s installation.In a phone interview last Friday, Daluz confirmed the implementation of the takeover, saying the five board members—Daluz, Pato and Seno appointed by the late mayor Edgardo Labella, and Rama’s two appointees Ortiz and Bonachita would abide by LWUA’s decision.“We will abide by the order of the LWUA. I think that is for the best interest of the MCWD,” Daluz said.Daluz said the intervention also applied to Rama’s appointed board. / AML, check the following table to see what categories most online casinos in the Philippines fit in.

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THE Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) will maintain the status quo with regard to its board of directors (BOD).In a letter addressed to Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) Administrator Jose Moises Salonga dated Monday, March 18, 2024, MCWD general manager Edgar Donoso said they had asked for an opinion from the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel (OGCC) on Salonga’s appointment last Friday of an interim board to take over the policy-making body of the MCWD for the next six months.Pending the OGCC’s response, Donoso said they would recognize the board led by chairman Jose Daluz III to ensure a “continuous and unhampered delivery of public service.”“In view of this, and for the time being, we therefore cannot yet acknowledge LWUA’s authority on this intervention/takeover and appointment of an interim board of directors,” Donoso’s letter to Salonga read.Signing the letter to show their “conformity” were the presidents of the Association of MCWD Managers, Christine Caballes; MCWD Supervisors Association, Joseph Caballes; MCWD Employees Union, Samuel Suson; and Non-Regular Manpower Resources Association, Daniel Lim.Last Friday, however, Daluz said he would abide by LWUA’s takeover order.In a statement released on Monday, Donoso also assured all consumers and stakeholders that despite the circumstances, MCWD operations would continue as usual. “There will be no disruptions in the delivery of water services to our community. We are fully committed to prioritizing the needs of our consumers, and our efforts to mitigate the impacts of the El Niño phenomenon will persist,” he said.SurprisedMeanwhile, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama said he was surprised by LWUA’s latest action and insisted on his own appointees remaining in their positions.“Their (LWUA) coming in, that’s not the way I want it. I’ll have a meeting with my MCWD on Saturday evening, and they’ll know what they ought to do. So I wish when I come back things are already (coming) and there is no such thing as supremacy,” Rama said on Monday.The mayor refused to comment on whether LWUA’s intervention would affect his appointed board.Rama reiterated that he has the authority to appoint the members of the MCWD board.“My MCWD appointment should stay,” he said.Last Oct. 31, Mayor Rama appointed Melquiades Feliciano, Aristotle Batuhan and Nelson Yuvallos to replace Daluz, Miguelito Pato and Jodelyn May Seno.Existing board members Danilo Ortiz and Earl Bonachita supported Rama’s appointment of the three new members.The mayor said City Hall was tired of waiting for LWUA to act on their request to issue a “certificate of no objection” to the termination of Daluz, Pato and Seno’s services last August.TakeoverLWUA implemented the takeover of the MCWD board last March 15, for a period of six months. In a letter addressed to Daluz and Donoso, Salonga announced the partial intervention of LWUA, which he said was authorized by Resolution 35, s. 2023 duly approved by the LWUA Board of Trustees in accordance with Presidential Decree 198, as amended. In line with this, Salonga announced the installation of LWUA officers Maria Rosan Perez, Noel Samonte and Anabelle Gravador to the interim board of MCWD, with LWUA deputy administrator Eileen dela Vega overseeing Friday’s installation.In a phone interview last Friday, Daluz confirmed the implementation of the takeover, saying the five board members—Daluz, Pato and Seno appointed by the late mayor Edgardo Labella, and Rama’s two appointees Ortiz and Bonachita would abide by LWUA’s decision.“We will abide by the order of the LWUA. I think that is for the best interest of the MCWD,” Daluz said.Daluz said the intervention also applied to Rama’s appointed board. / AML Pinoy Chess Philippines . It’s always a good idea to take your time and make sure you’ve found the best online casino in the Philippines on the online gambling market that can give you what you want.

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A TOTAL of 340 houses were destroyed due to a fire that broke out under the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge in Barangay Looc, Mandaue City on Tuesday, March 12, 2024. Senior Fire Insp. Leo Andicoy of the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) Mandaue, who is leading the investigation, said they still have to determine what caused the blaze in Sitio Under The Bridge.According to Andicoy, the fire was reported at 12:08 p.m., and was raised to third alarm at 12:22 p.m. It was declared under control at 12:42 p.m. and was fully extinguished at 2:16 p.m. He placed damage estimates to be around P1.215 million. Arnel Abella, head of BFP Mandaue, said the fire burned an area of about 5,000 square meters. Andicoy said the BFP Mandaue is working tirelessly to carry out repairs and clear the area to prevent any chance of the fire rekindling.Authorities reported no casualties or injuries.Temporary sheltersThe victims are currently sheltering at the Looc Gym and Cesar M. Cabahug Elementary School. As of 5 p.m., the Mandaue City Public Information Office reported that the blaze affected 444 families consisting of 1,537 people. Of this number, 340 were homeowners and 104 were renters. Vice Mayor Glenn Bercede, in a separate interview, announced that they will be opening 20 rooms at the Cesar Cabahug Elementary School located next to the Looc Gymnasium to accommodate the victims.He said the City will also provide them with food and other necessities. Looc Barangay Captain Raul Cabahug requested neighboring barangays and cities for in-kind donations, which can be turned over to the Looc Barangay Hall. “Dili gyud lalim ilabi na ang Looc bag-o lang kaayo nasunugan ning Sitio Paradise sad. Wa pa gani ang uban ka-recover pero karun nana say laing sunog,” he said.(It’s not easy for the barangay, especially since it wasn’t that long ago that Sitio Paradise was also struck by fire. Some of the victims have not even recovered. 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He said higher officials advised them to secure the necessary permits.He hopes to have them as soon as possible, he said.The CBRT project has been marred by several delays since its targeted implementation in 2016.The groundbreaking of Package 1, which the Cebu City Government had set for Feb. 2, 2023, was moved to Feb. 24 because President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. was only available on the latter date.The original target completion date of Package 1 was in the last quarter of 2023 only to be moved to the first quarter of 2024.The Department of Transportation initially aimed to complete the CBRT project in 2025 but moved it to 2027 due to design changes. These changes include the addition of Package 4 that will feature a dedicated lane from Bulacao to Mambaling; extension of the alignment from Ayala to Cebu IT Park; a rotunda underneath the Mambaling flyover; and the conversion of a mixed traffic lane along the coastal road at the South Road Properties and F. Vestil St.The CBRT project is one of the top priorities of the Marcos Jr. administration with a budget allocation of P28.78 billion. / AML

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