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Army engineers to hand-over five more KBP projects

By 1Lt. ANABELLE R. PARAAN (CE) PA, 546 Engineer Construction Battalion
October 29, 2009

BORONGAN, Eastern Samar  –  The steadfast and swift efforts of 546 Engineer Construction Battalion (ECB) to implement infrastructure projects under Kalayaan Barangays Program continue to progress as another four projects come about to be handed over to its end users on October 30 & 31, 2009.

Residents of Brgy Waso, Llorente will also be benefited by another exceptional craft of 546ECB, the water system project. It is scheduled to be handed over on October 30 at 10am with Hon. Tito B. Codoy Jr., Vice Mayor of Llorente as the Keynote Speaker.

Likewise, hand over of four (4) infra projects in Brgy Balacdas, Borongan, the construction of a Day Care Center; repair of school building and installation of five(5) deep wells and barangay street lights are scheduled to be handed over on October 31 at 10am. The end users, residents of the barangay together with their Mayor and Vice-Mayor, Hon. Fidel V Anacta Jr. and Hon. Fe R. Abunda are looking forward to accept and use the said facilities.

Of the total 59 various projects worth P74M, which consist of construction of all weather access roads or farm to market roads, school buildings, water system facilities, health centers, installation of sanitary toilets and barangay electric power facilities in 18 different barangays of Llorente, Balangkayan, Maydolong, Borongan, Catbalogan, Jiabong and Calbiga, the 546ECB had so far completed 16, while another 20 projects are just about to finish and the remaining 23 will be started soon.

Your Army Engineers are doing the best effort to deliver these vital projects the soonest time possible in order to make the basic facilities available to the Warays in remote barangays.