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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 7:52 pm 
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pagbaha ng droga...

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 8:33 pm 
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......siyempre laging accomplishment ni PDutz paiyakin araw araw ang mga aburidong Delawan hihihihih :lol: :lol: :lol:





yan yung mga may "smileys" ang post pero iyak pa din ang ibig sabihin hihihihih :bounce1:

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 2:14 pm 
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......siyempre laging accomplishment ni PDutz paiyakin araw araw ang mga aburidong Delawan hihihihih :lol: :lol: :lol:





yan yung mga may "smileys" ang post pero iyak pa din ang ibig sabihin hihihihih :bounce1:


tuloy2 na hagolgol, tuloy2 na din na accomplishment yan :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 3:10 pm 
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:28 pm 
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Malapit na pala mag soft opening ang Boracay...

pwede siguro mag-EB diyan :shock:



........................question, kelangan na ba naka-trunks sa beach ng Boracay pag nag-opening na ?



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Tapos na daw ang mga kalsada sa Boracay...
Blitz, pag nag-online vacation kau sa Boracay ng mga online girlfriends mo, post ka lang ha ng pics..
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 8:24 am 
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nasagasaan na yata yung batang hamog hindi na nagpakita :shock:

nauso kasi sa kanila yung sumasakay sa bubong ng umaandar na sasakyan sa EDSA lately



................panay na nga warning ng MMDA tsk :?









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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 10:41 am 
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Appointing Locsin is an excellent choice...
This is an accomplishment...

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 4:11 pm 
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but appointing faeldon to bucor is not...


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 4:36 pm 
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Appointing Locsin is an excellent choice...
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no doubt Teddy Boy Locsin is a brilliant choice





...........kaso mas gusto ko sana si Sec. Alan sa DFA, for personal reasons hihihihih :lol:

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PeluBoy wrote:
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no doubt Teddy Boy Locsin is a brilliant choice





...........kaso mas gusto ko sana si Sec. Alan sa DFA, for personal reasons hihihihih :lol:


pwede din naman si tonyo sa DFA ah.... swabe pa pilantik ng dila nun :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PeluBoy wrote:
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no doubt Teddy Boy Locsin is a brilliant choice





...........kaso mas gusto ko sana si Sec. Alan sa DFA, for personal reasons hihihihih :lol:


Eto ang basa ko sa sitwasyon...
Pinalitan si Alan sa DFA para tumakbo ulit as Congressman.
Once nanalo na, Speaker of the House na ang next target.
And once nag Federalism na within Digong's term, Alan will become the first Prime Minister...

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"connect the dots"

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No longer a cesspool, Boracay now fit for swimming
Jennifer Rendon (The Philippine Star) - October 16, 2018 - 12:00am

ILOILO CITY, Philippines — World-famous Boracay was declared safe for swimming as the island resort reopened yesterday for a 10-day test run, almost six months after it was shut down for a massive cleanup.

“Boracay is no longer a cesspool but an island whose waters passed the standards fit for swimming,” Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu, who heads the Inter-Agency Task Force Boracay, said.

Heads of government agencies involved in Boracay’s rehabilitation attended the program dubbed “Aklan Day Salubungan,” ahead of the reopening of the island resort to tourists on Oct. 26.

Cimatu said the dry run would enable authorities to check the status of rehabilitation work on the island.

Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat and Undersecretary Arturo Boncato, Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi and Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade attended the soft opening of Boracay yesterday.

The Department of Tourism will be in charge of overseeing the operations of Boracay after its rehabilitation is completed next year, the tourism chief said.

“President Duterte has instructed the Cabinet that after Boracay’s rehabilitation, the department will take over,” Puyat said.

She added this would be done through the issuance of an executive order.

Puyat said the reopening of Boracay on Oct. 26 is just the first phase of the island’s rehabilitation.

The second phase will be completed by April next year, and the third phase by December 2019.

Last week, the DOT announced that only 68 establishments were accredited to accept bookings for the reopening of the island.

It said online promotions and other related collaterals of non-compliant establishments should be put on hold until compliance with government regulations.

Despite its closure to tourists, Boracay was voted second best island in Asia by readers of Condé Nast Traveler.

“It is an honor that Boracay was voted once again in the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards. This serves as an invitation to the tourists to visit the island,” Puyat said in a statement.

Modern transport system

A modern integrated transport system will be launched in Boracay once the island resort resumes normal operations, according to the Department of Transportation (DOTr).

Environment-friendly jeepneys equipped with WiFi, closed-circuit television system, GPS, and an automated fare collection system will be part of the island’s integrated transport system.

The first four modern jeepneys will be offering free rides from Oct. 26 to December, according to the DOTr.

The DOTr also signed a memorandum of agreement with the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Department of the Interior and Local Government for the deployment of e-trikes in Boracay.

The DOE will donate 200 e-trikes under a deed of donation to be executed later on between the agency and the local government of Malay, Aklan.

The e-trikes are expected to be deployed starting Oct. 26.

“These vehicles will preserve the beautiful environment of Boracay. I call this day the resurrection of Boracay,” Tugade said.

According to Cimatu, habal-habal will be phased out and only e-trikes will be allowed in Boracay.

Cimatu cited the need to ban habal-habal since they contribute to pollution on the island.

He said they might adopt new routes for e-trikes.

President Duterte ordered Boracay’s closure on April 26 to give way to a massive rehabilitation of what he referred to as a “cesspool.” – With Richmond Mercurio, Catherine Talavera, Rhodina Villanueva

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Eto ang basa ko sa sitwasyon...
Pinalitan si Alan sa DFA para tumakbo ulit as Congressman.
Once nanalo na, Speaker of the House na ang next target.
And once nag Federalism na within Digong's term, Alan will become the first Prime Minister...


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"connect the dots"

:lol: :lol: :lol:


Just wait and see...
Review my post after 3 years... :D

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Pasig River rehabilitation program feted in first Asia RiverPrize awards
Parco, Bernadette


The rehabilitation of one of Manila's busiest waterway, the Pasig River, has been recognized in the first Asia RiverPrize awards held in Sydney, Australia on Wednesday.

Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) executive director Jose Antonio E. Goitia announced on the agency's Facebook page.

In the first 2018 Asia Riverprize, the Pasig River group bested the efforts of China on the Yangtze River.

The Riverprize, which is given by the International River Foundation (IRF), is given in recognition of organizations that work on the rehabilitation of rivers and the implementation of a river basin management.

The rehabilitation of the Pasig River started in January 1999 with the creation of the PRRC, "to ensure that the Pasig River System is rehabilitated to its historically pristine condition conducive for the propagation of fishes and other aquatic resources, transport, recreation and tourism."

Composed of representatives from various government, non-government and private agencies, the Foundation cited commission's work in resettling 18,719 families living along the riverbanks to decent homes, dismantling 376 encroaching private structures, and the establishment of 37,471.68 linear meters of environmental preservation areas.

The PRRC also developed 17 of its 47 identified tributaries, diverted almost 22 million kilograms of solid waste, and transformed communities into environmentally- responsible citizens.

The IRF noted that Pasig River was declared biologically dead in the 1990s due to "persistent pollution caused by population growth and industrial development along its riverbanks."

The rehabilitation of the river, which connects Laguna de Bay to Manila Bay, "resulted in significant water quality improvement, as well as the revitalization and development of the Pasig River system."

In a press statement, Goitia said, “One of the five critical criteria in the determination of the winner was leadership, which we attribute to the leadership of our beloved Pres. Rodrigo R. Duterte. It was PRRD’s leadership that united both the public and private sectors into this shared mission of protecting the Pasig River and improving the lives of the communities around it with strong political will."

"This global recognition if for Pres. Duterte and every Filipino river warrior. Ito na yung bunga ng ating puso para sa Ilog Pasig kaya ituluy-tuloy lang natin ang ating mga programa,” he added. — BAP, GMA News

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