Mayor Olivarez led formal Turnover of 144 Housing Units to Beneficiaries in ANCOP Rotary Homes
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
PARAÑAQUE CITY – Mayor Edwin L. Olivarez in his report today during the Monday morning flag-raising ceremony in the city hall quadrangle, mentioned the formal turnover ceremony held recently for 144 housing units at PAR Homes 1.
Among those who attended the turnover ceremony were 1st District Rep. Eric L. Olivarez; Mr. Sid Garcia, Rotary Homes Governor; Atty. Rene Bello, ANCOP Head Sector; DMCI Homes Representative Mr. John Bentoranza and Mr. Warren Fernando, a beneficiary representative.
The awarding of 144 housing units was made possible through the coordination of Rotary Homes Foundation, Inc., Couples For Christ-ANCOP Tekton Foundation Inc., DMCI Homes and the city government whose beneficiaries are those living in the danger zone areas.
“Those living before on danger zone areas can now enjoy their new surroundings and houses at C-5 Extension, Brgy. La Huerta,” said Mayor Olivarez.
The city mayor also announced that there is still an ongoing project for 60 units, 100 units and an additional 500 housing units. The beneficiaries this time, are those living in the danger zone areas of major waterways.
Mayor Olivarez also said that problems related with the residents living in danger zone areas are slowly being resolved through the help of all NGOs and peoples’ organizations in the city.
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