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Inside Bohol => First District of Bohol => Corella - Bohol => Topic started by: Ligalig-Mike on September 22, 2007, 05:33:01 AM

Title: New public market turned over on Corella's 123rd Foundation Day
Post by: Ligalig-Mike on September 22, 2007, 05:33:01 AM
published by Bohol Sunday Post

Making the celebration of Corella's 123rd foundation day, local officials here highlighted the turn-over ceremony for the newly-reconstructed public market building on September 3.

Congressman Edgar M. Chatto, one of the honored guests, was represented by his wife, Pureza Veloso-Chatto while his chief of staff, former board member Isabelito Tongco relayed his message to the people of Corella.          

According to Tongco, Chatto intended to tell the people of Corella that the development of a town or a locality is strongly influenced with the development of its market, being the center of commerce and trade.

"As such, if a market is active, vibrant and progressive it follows that the town likewise is experiencing economic growth," Tongco said.

He further urged the municipal officials to be united and set aside political differences to have a robust town.

For Corella, being the home of the Tarsier Sanctuary, Chatto worked for a yearly Tarsier Preservation Fund to tune of five million pesos starting this year.

Title: Re: New public market turned over on Corella's 123rd Foundation Day
Post by: ambrosio hugo tubigbahand on September 22, 2008, 08:33:42 AM
i read about your article re: hurdling  challengesis his way of life: vito beltran rapal.

most of stories might be true and or purely imagination, but one thing " Negotiation have already been finalized with BWUI for Corella to collect P25 per cubic meter for the water it has sourced for Tagbilaran City. This is retroactive January 13, 2003, at P200, 000 a month. A good source of income for a town that is developing.

you might take a second look of this paragraph, mr.ligalig. corella, bohol is still a 6th class municipality, may be the only one in bohol. with mr. rapal as mayor for three (3) consecutive term. are you considering this as an achievement? the new public market, the rennovated municipal building and health center, purchased of heavy equipments and etc. are you considering this as an achievement? you maybe blinded with true and legitimate facts, mr ligalig.

for every project, the mayor has at least 10% kickback/grease money, SOP or whatever you call it. he must do his assignment to get this 10% or more. but its only peanuts with all his vices, cockfighting and etc. with all this projectts that you have mentioned, mr. rapal got what he wanted, or he wanted  more?

the bottom line here, is there any improvement in the life of a single corellahanon, the hardship they are exeperiencing  the increasing cost of basic commodities, the daily fare that each corellahanon pay to get a proper education, the water and electicity bill,the tax and all the other list, and now even the cost of water is so much for every corellahanon that is suppose to be subsidized if not free due to our high volume of water supply, which we pride as our source.

presently, with corella's huge deficit/debt with BWUI and from now where the loans for the rennovation of the public market.would you consider this an achievement, mr.ligalig. The fact that corella owed a huge amount of money to BWUI is a hidden agenda, and not posssibly seen by the public eye, no one has an easy access to this facts and figure due to "sugo sa mayor nga dili ipagawas ang inpormasyon".

corella should have a big surplus of money for the huge volume of water extracted and sold to BWUI, but its in the contrary i'm afraid we lost and we lost heavily. we lost due to the incompetent and underachieved municipal officials  of Corella,Bohol.now tell me dis it an achievement or a failure?

the major achievement which is still a longshot dream for corella, is to get what corella supposed to get with regards to the water deal, and this is the bottom line. once we achieve this, this will propel corella to be one of the most progressive town in bohol, it will be a chain reaction. we will be self sufficient.
mr.rapal and the rest of the SB of corella, didn't see this as a present and future source of income.

mr.ligalig, just be realistic and be careful of what you're publishing. we don not condone erring politicians. we only publish the truth and the most important thing is not misleading the general public. whatever your motives, you still have guilty conscience.

mr. ligalig, beneficium accipere libertatem est vendere

Making the celebration of Corella's 123rd foundation day, local officials here highlighted the turn-over ceremony for the newly-reconstructed public market building on September 3.

Congressman Edgar M. Chatto, one of the honored guests, was represented by his wife, Pureza Veloso-Chatto while his chief of staff, former board member Isabelito Tongco relayed his message to the people of Corella.          

According to Tongco, Chatto intended to tell the people of Corella that the development of a town or a locality is strongly influenced with the development of its market, being the center of commerce and trade.

"As such, if a market is active, vibrant and progressive it follows that the town likewise is experiencing economic growth," Tongco said.

He further urged the municipal officials to be united and set aside political differences to have a robust town.

For Corella, being the home of the Tarsier Sanctuary, Chatto worked for a yearly Tarsier Preservation Fund to tune of five million pesos starting this year.


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