Pasado! Alfonso Mayor Randy Salamat says town found compliant with DILG order to clear roads
Alfonso Mayor Randy Salamat is glad that the Department of Interior and Local Government has found the town largely compliant with the directive to clear roads of obstructions.
Salamat shared a copy of the DILG report on Facebook and said he hopes his constituents understand that he was just complying with orders of the President, which are intended to help pedestrians.
He said waiting sheds are among those that have to be removed because it was more important to have a proper place for people to walk.
But they need not worry as he would replace these sheds with better ones, he added.
Some of the tasks he had to do were not easy, but at least the DILG had given Alfonso a passing grade in its assessment.
The mayor just hopes this kind of performance will continue!
“Ngayong araw po ang actual assessment ng DILG National sa ating bayan para sa pagsunod sa DILG Memorandum Circular 2019-121 or to clear roads of illegal structures or constructions. Sana po ay maunawaan ninyo na ang ginagawa naming ito ay direktiba galing sa ating Presidente na dapat po nating sundin, para po ito sa kaligtasan ng ating pedestrians.
Ayon din po sa DILG na ang mga waiting shed na considered as obstructions ay kailangan ding alisin dahil mas mahalaga na may tamang daanan, para sa kaligtasan ng lahat, mas mahalaga ang BUHAY ng TAONG naglalakad sa karsada. Huwag po kayong mag-alala dahil papalitan po natin ang mga nasirang waiting shed ng mas maayos at nasa tamang lugar. Muli po isang taos pusong pag hingi ng pasensya sa aming mga mahal na Kababayan.
Nais ko din pong ipaalam sa lahat na nakapasa po ang ating bayan sa unang assessment, sana po ay mapanitili natin ang ganitong kaayusan. Maraming salamat po sa lahat ng nakiisa at tumulong upang makapasa ang bayan ng Alfonso,” Salamat posted.
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