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Press Releases

Inauguration of new FMR and MPBs in San Pablo City, Laguna

 

SAN PABLO CITY, Laguna - Governor Ramil L. Hernandez recently led the inauguration of his latest barangay infrastructure projects, a new farm to market road (FMR) in Brgy. San Gabriel under Chairman Efren V. Janolino, and two new multipurpose buildings (MPB): one in Brgy. San Rafael headed by Chairman Plaridel G. Dela Cruz, and another in Brgy. III-D under Chairman  Sofronio A. Reyes. San Pablo City Mayor Loreto “Amben” Amante was also in attendance.

Construction of FMRs, particularly in remote barangays, is one of the priority infrastructure projects of Gov. Hernandez, more so because the road will facilitate market transactions and transport of goods and services, making farms more accessible to both producers and buyers of agricultural products as well as delivery of basic services from the provincial government.

Building MPBs, on the other hand, is another form of support of Gov. Hernandez to each and every barangay of the province, knowing that the barangay plays a vital role in nation building, serving as the chief planning and implementing unit of government policies, plans, programs and projects especially of the provincial government. (PIO Laguna)