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THE Regional Development Council in Central Visayas (RDC 7) will endorse to President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. three priority projects in the region for funding allocation.National Economic and Development Authority (Neda) 7 Director Jennifer Bretaña, the RDC 7 chairman, and Bohol Gov. Erico Aris Aumentado will endorse to Marcos next month the following priority and high-impact projects: (a) the Feasibility Study (FS) for the Negros-Cebu-Bohol Friendship Bridge with Power/Water/ICT (information and communications technology) transmission lines, (b) Metro Cebu Integrated Flood Control and Water Supply Development Program, and (c) the Tamlang Valley Sustainable Agriculture for Growth and Resiliency Project.The RDC 7 will also endorse to the President two secondary regional priority projects, the FS and the Master Plan of the Siquijor Airport Development and Bohol’s 10 Big-ticket Projects including FS and Master Plan.“Their impact is region-wide, not only on physical connectivity but especially the awaited Cebu-Bohol as well as Cebu-Negros Oriental Bridges because they will not only increase physical connectivity but there is a design for a transmission line ready for power, water and ICT so that it will be easier for water supply, power supply for inter-province,” said Bretaña Thursday, March 14, 2024.With the improved physical connectivity between the three provinces, Bretaña said the friendship bridges will have a “tremendous” impact and increase economic opportunities and access to social services in these provinces.They will also contribute to meeting the power and water supply needs of the provinces and improve their digital connection. During the RDC meeting in Cebu City Thursday, Nonato Paylado of the Department of Public Works and Highway (DPWH) 7 said the initial alignment of the project would connect Cordova town in Cebu to the municipality of Getafe in Bohol. The proposed project will also support the development of Tamlang Valley in Negros Oriental into an Agri-Industrial Estate that will become the food basket of Central Visayas, Bretaña added.This will advance food security, one of the priority programs of the Marcos administration.Central Visayas currently groups the provinces of Cebu, Bohol, Siquijor and Negros Oriental. But the Senate and House of Representatives have passed bills to form the Negros Island Region that would comprise Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental and Siquijor, leaving just Cebu and Bohol in Central Visayas.FloodingAddressing the flooding in Metro Cebu also has to be prioritized, Bretaña said.This involves the conduct of an FS for the Mananga Dam as an additional source of water and retention pond for upstream waters of the cities of Cebu and Talisay, and the construction of the Bridges and Flood Control Structures to reduce flooding. “These are big-ticket projects. Their costs are also big, but we hope that the President would support them in terms of ensuring and endorsing those three projects for funding in the central offices of the implementing agencies so these can be funded maybe if not for 2025, maybe for 2026,” Bretaña said.With President Marcos’s support, Bretaña said they will include in the fiscal year 2025 or 2026 the funding allocation for the FS of the Friendship Bridge and the Metro Cebu Flood Mitigation Projects.Funding for the FS of the Friendship Bridge will ensure that the project is technically, economically and environmentally feasible.She added that the FS will also identify if the proposed project will not affect the declaration of the Danajon Bank Double Barrier Reef (DBDBR) as a Protected Landscape and Seascape. The DBDBR is situated in the waters between Cebu and Bohol. The same will also be studied for the Tañon Strait between Cebu and Negros Oriental. The projects may also be funded through other financial agencies including through Official Development Assistance, grants, and loans.As for the Tamlang Valley project, Bretaña said it can be funded by multiple agencies including the Department of Agriculture and the National Irrigation Administration (NIA).Secondary priority Under the Secondary Regional Priority Programs and Projects (PAPs) endorsement, RDC 7 seeks funding for Bohol’s Wastewater Treatment Project, Integrated Highway Development, Light Rail Transit, Sabo Dam Flood Control Project, Bohol Business Park, Ubay Airport Development Project, Light Industry Economic Zone Development, Bohol-Cebu Friendship Bridge, Bulk Water Supply, and Talibon Cluster Sanitary Landfill. Bohol’s 10 Big Ticket FS and Master Plan will require P200 million, which was proposed to be funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency.Also endorsed by the RDC 7 Full Council was a request to the DPWH to include in its 2025 budget proposal additional funding of P148.50 million for the preparation of the Central Visayas Road Network Master Plan. The RDC 7 Full Council also endorsed the inclusion of the 2025 budget proposal of the proposed PAPs of the DPWH 7 and NIA 7 in the Central Visayas Regional Development Investment Program in the budgets of their respective central offices. Recommended Filipino Casino Bonus Philippines A PORTION of Osmeña Blvd. has been temporarily closed on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024, due to the danger posed by the ongoing removal of a skywalk near Fuente Osmeña Circle.The closure spans from Arlington Pond St., near the CAP Art Gallery building, to Fuente Osmeña Circle. The implementation of the road closure and rerouting was unannounced, and it brought inconvenience to motorists on Thursday.Kent Francesco Jongoy, legal officer of the Cebu City Transportation Office (CCTO), said they closed a portion of Osmeña Blvd. to prevent people from getting hurt if debris fall from the skywalk.“It’s very risky to keep passing through there, as there are parts of the skywalk that might collapse,” Jongoy said in Cebuano.He said they were not supposed to close the road until next week, but they had to do it earlier to ensure safety of the public. He said this was the reason why the CCTO was not able to issue a public notice about the emergency road closure on Thursday.The demolition of the two skywalks along Osmeña Blvd. to make way for the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project proceeded on Feb. 13 more than two months after being postponed. The City Government had given the green light to take down the two structures.ReroutingAll motorists heading to downtown (Colon St.) from Osmeña Blvd. and B. Rodriguez St. must take F. Ramos St. For those going to Osmeña Blvd., they must turn right to Arlington Pond St. and turn left to Osmeña Blvd.All motorists heading uptown (Capitol Site and B. Rodriguez St.) from Osmeña Blvd. must turn right to Arlington Pond St., then turn left to F. Ramos St., and turn left to Fuente Osmeña Circle.Jongoy said the CCTO will meet with the BRT contractor on Friday, Feb. 16, to discuss the timeframe of the road closure. Public inconvenienceAmong those inconvenienced was Lynchie Gabales, 40, who is eight months pregnant. She had to take a different route in going to the Social Security Systems office in the downtown area. “It was a trouble for a pregnant woman like me,” said Gabales, a resident of Bulacao, Cebu City.Likewise, Denver Abao, a jeepney driver, who just resumed work, said proper notice could have prevented this inconvenience. Skywalk removal for BRTChristy Gadingan, Hunan Road and Bridge Construction Corp. representative, told SunStar Cebu on Thursday, that the Traffic Management Coordination Committee (TMCC) issued a resolution approving the removal of the two skywalks within one month.The TMCC approved the request of the BRT contractor for the temporary and partial road closure of Fuente-Arlington and RR Landon-N. 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A PORTION of Osmeña Blvd. has been temporarily closed on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024, due to the danger posed by the ongoing removal of a skywalk near Fuente Osmeña Circle.The closure spans from Arlington Pond St., near the CAP Art Gallery building, to Fuente Osmeña Circle. The implementation of the road closure and rerouting was unannounced, and it brought inconvenience to motorists on Thursday.Kent Francesco Jongoy, legal officer of the Cebu City Transportation Office (CCTO), said they closed a portion of Osmeña Blvd. to prevent people from getting hurt if debris fall from the skywalk.“It’s very risky to keep passing through there, as there are parts of the skywalk that might collapse,” Jongoy said in Cebuano.He said they were not supposed to close the road until next week, but they had to do it earlier to ensure safety of the public. He said this was the reason why the CCTO was not able to issue a public notice about the emergency road closure on Thursday.The demolition of the two skywalks along Osmeña Blvd. to make way for the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project proceeded on Feb. 13 more than two months after being postponed. The City Government had given the green light to take down the two structures.ReroutingAll motorists heading to downtown (Colon St.) from Osmeña Blvd. and B. Rodriguez St. must take F. Ramos St. For those going to Osmeña Blvd., they must turn right to Arlington Pond St. and turn left to Osmeña Blvd.All motorists heading uptown (Capitol Site and B. Rodriguez St.) from Osmeña Blvd. must turn right to Arlington Pond St., then turn left to F. Ramos St., and turn left to Fuente Osmeña Circle.Jongoy said the CCTO will meet with the BRT contractor on Friday, Feb. 16, to discuss the timeframe of the road closure. Public inconvenienceAmong those inconvenienced was Lynchie Gabales, 40, who is eight months pregnant. She had to take a different route in going to the Social Security Systems office in the downtown area. “It was a trouble for a pregnant woman like me,” said Gabales, a resident of Bulacao, Cebu City.Likewise, Denver Abao, a jeepney driver, who just resumed work, said proper notice could have prevented this inconvenience. Skywalk removal for BRTChristy Gadingan, Hunan Road and Bridge Construction Corp. representative, told SunStar Cebu on Thursday, that the Traffic Management Coordination Committee (TMCC) issued a resolution approving the removal of the two skywalks within one month.The TMCC approved the request of the BRT contractor for the temporary and partial road closure of Fuente-Arlington and RR Landon-N. Bacalso.The committee approved the request, provided the removal of the two skywalks would not be simultaneous, but cumulative to lessen traffic impact.According to the resolution, partial road closure for Fuente-Arlington was scheduled starting from Feb. 5 to Feb. 20, while closure for RR Landon-N.Bacalso is from Feb. 21 to March 6. ESPN Philippines BUTUAN CITY – At least 216 residents from a village in the Agusan del Sur town of Esperanza town were taken to various hospitals on Monday night after experiencing stomach ache, vomiting, and loose bowel movement -- common effects of food poisoning.Dr. Jackie Momville, the provincial health officer, said the affected residents from Barangay Tandang Sora were admitted at Esperanza's community hospital and nearby towns.The patients were among the 1,000 beneficiaries of a feeding program.“What happened in Barangay Tandang Sora is still under investigation as our surveillance team is still gathering pieces of evidence, gathering samples, and conducting interviews,” Momville said in a press conference on Tuesday.She said the case is being treated as suspected food poisoning, based on the symptoms exhibited by the patients.“Our focus now is on health response and the conduct of the investigation to determine what happened. We want to assure everyone that the 216 admitted patients are now safe,” she added.Dr. Ma. Theresa Labiao, Esperanza's health officer, noted that food poisoning is caused by many factors, including the temperature during food storage, but the most common is preparation.“We need to study the incident history to come out with the conclusion on the case,” Labiao said during the press conference.The food distributed came from the Philippine Red Cross (PRC).“The PRC selected Barangay Tandang Sora for its feeding program as the place is among the severely hit villages during the flooding in the last two weeks,” Daniel Ajoc, municipal disaster risk reduction management officer, said.PRC hot mealsDuring a radio interview in Prosperidad town on Tuesday, PRC provincial officer Darwina Ligan said there was no conclusive investigation yet to determine the cause.“What we are serving residents are newly cooked meals through our Hot Meals on Wheels program,” Ligan said, adding that the program has been making the rounds of towns hit by flooding for the past eight days.Ligan said feeding programs in San Luis and Esperanza towns are temporarily suspended as of Tuesday. 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BUTUAN CITY – At least 216 residents from a village in the Agusan del Sur town of Esperanza town were taken to various hospitals on Monday night after experiencing stomach ache, vomiting, and loose bowel movement -- common effects of food poisoning.Dr. Jackie Momville, the provincial health officer, said the affected residents from Barangay Tandang Sora were admitted at Esperanza's community hospital and nearby towns.The patients were among the 1,000 beneficiaries of a feeding program.“What happened in Barangay Tandang Sora is still under investigation as our surveillance team is still gathering pieces of evidence, gathering samples, and conducting interviews,” Momville said in a press conference on Tuesday.She said the case is being treated as suspected food poisoning, based on the symptoms exhibited by the patients.“Our focus now is on health response and the conduct of the investigation to determine what happened. We want to assure everyone that the 216 admitted patients are now safe,” she added.Dr. Ma. Theresa Labiao, Esperanza's health officer, noted that food poisoning is caused by many factors, including the temperature during food storage, but the most common is preparation.“We need to study the incident history to come out with the conclusion on the case,” Labiao said during the press conference.The food distributed came from the Philippine Red Cross (PRC).“The PRC selected Barangay Tandang Sora for its feeding program as the place is among the severely hit villages during the flooding in the last two weeks,” Daniel Ajoc, municipal disaster risk reduction management officer, said.PRC hot mealsDuring a radio interview in Prosperidad town on Tuesday, PRC provincial officer Darwina Ligan said there was no conclusive investigation yet to determine the cause.“What we are serving residents are newly cooked meals through our Hot Meals on Wheels program,” Ligan said, adding that the program has been making the rounds of towns hit by flooding for the past eight days.Ligan said feeding programs in San Luis and Esperanza towns are temporarily suspended as of Tuesday. (PNA) ESPN Philippines THE Regional Development Council in Central Visayas (RDC 7) will endorse to President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. three priority projects in the region for funding allocation.National Economic and Development Authority (Neda) 7 Director Jennifer Bretaña, the RDC 7 chairman, and Bohol Gov. Erico Aris Aumentado will endorse to Marcos next month the following priority and high-impact projects: (a) the Feasibility Study (FS) for the Negros-Cebu-Bohol Friendship Bridge with Power/Water/ICT (information and communications technology) transmission lines, (b) Metro Cebu Integrated Flood Control and Water Supply Development Program, and (c) the Tamlang Valley Sustainable Agriculture for Growth and Resiliency Project.The RDC 7 will also endorse to the President two secondary regional priority projects, the FS and the Master Plan of the Siquijor Airport Development and Bohol’s 10 Big-ticket Projects including FS and Master Plan.“Their impact is region-wide, not only on physical connectivity but especially the awaited Cebu-Bohol as well as Cebu-Negros Oriental Bridges because they will not only increase physical connectivity but there is a design for a transmission line ready for power, water and ICT so that it will be easier for water supply, power supply for inter-province,” said Bretaña Thursday, March 14, 2024.With the improved physical connectivity between the three provinces, Bretaña said the friendship bridges will have a “tremendous” impact and increase economic opportunities and access to social services in these provinces.They will also contribute to meeting the power and water supply needs of the provinces and improve their digital connection. During the RDC meeting in Cebu City Thursday, Nonato Paylado of the Department of Public Works and Highway (DPWH) 7 said the initial alignment of the project would connect Cordova town in Cebu to the municipality of Getafe in Bohol. The proposed project will also support the development of Tamlang Valley in Negros Oriental into an Agri-Industrial Estate that will become the food basket of Central Visayas, Bretaña added.This will advance food security, one of the priority programs of the Marcos administration.Central Visayas currently groups the provinces of Cebu, Bohol, Siquijor and Negros Oriental. But the Senate and House of Representatives have passed bills to form the Negros Island Region that would comprise Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental and Siquijor, leaving just Cebu and Bohol in Central Visayas.FloodingAddressing the flooding in Metro Cebu also has to be prioritized, Bretaña said.This involves the conduct of an FS for the Mananga Dam as an additional source of water and retention pond for upstream waters of the cities of Cebu and Talisay, and the construction of the Bridges and Flood Control Structures to reduce flooding. “These are big-ticket projects. Their costs are also big, but we hope that the President would support them in terms of ensuring and endorsing those three projects for funding in the central offices of the implementing agencies so these can be funded maybe if not for 2025, maybe for 2026,” Bretaña said.With President Marcos’s support, Bretaña said they will include in the fiscal year 2025 or 2026 the funding allocation for the FS of the Friendship Bridge and the Metro Cebu Flood Mitigation Projects.Funding for the FS of the Friendship Bridge will ensure that the project is technically, economically and environmentally feasible.She added that the FS will also identify if the proposed project will not affect the declaration of the Danajon Bank Double Barrier Reef (DBDBR) as a Protected Landscape and Seascape. The DBDBR is situated in the waters between Cebu and Bohol. The same will also be studied for the Tañon Strait between Cebu and Negros Oriental. The projects may also be funded through other financial agencies including through Official Development Assistance, grants, and loans.As for the Tamlang Valley project, Bretaña said it can be funded by multiple agencies including the Department of Agriculture and the National Irrigation Administration (NIA).Secondary priority Under the Secondary Regional Priority Programs and Projects (PAPs) endorsement, RDC 7 seeks funding for Bohol’s Wastewater Treatment Project, Integrated Highway Development, Light Rail Transit, Sabo Dam Flood Control Project, Bohol Business Park, Ubay Airport Development Project, Light Industry Economic Zone Development, Bohol-Cebu Friendship Bridge, Bulk Water Supply, and Talibon Cluster Sanitary Landfill. Bohol’s 10 Big Ticket FS and Master Plan will require P200 million, which was proposed to be funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency.Also endorsed by the RDC 7 Full Council was a request to the DPWH to include in its 2025 budget proposal additional funding of P148.50 million for the preparation of the Central Visayas Road Network Master Plan. The RDC 7 Full Council also endorsed the inclusion of the 2025 budget proposal of the proposed PAPs of the DPWH 7 and NIA 7 in the Central Visayas Regional Development Investment Program in the budgets of their respective central offices.

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THE Regional Development Council in Central Visayas (RDC 7) will endorse to President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. three priority projects in the region for funding allocation.National Economic and Development Authority (Neda) 7 Director Jennifer Bretaña, the RDC 7 chairman, and Bohol Gov. Erico Aris Aumentado will endorse to Marcos next month the following priority and high-impact projects: (a) the Feasibility Study (FS) for the Negros-Cebu-Bohol Friendship Bridge with Power/Water/ICT (information and communications technology) transmission lines, (b) Metro Cebu Integrated Flood Control and Water Supply Development Program, and (c) the Tamlang Valley Sustainable Agriculture for Growth and Resiliency Project.The RDC 7 will also endorse to the President two secondary regional priority projects, the FS and the Master Plan of the Siquijor Airport Development and Bohol’s 10 Big-ticket Projects including FS and Master Plan.“Their impact is region-wide, not only on physical connectivity but especially the awaited Cebu-Bohol as well as Cebu-Negros Oriental Bridges because they will not only increase physical connectivity but there is a design for a transmission line ready for power, water and ICT so that it will be easier for water supply, power supply for inter-province,” said Bretaña Thursday, March 14, 2024.With the improved physical connectivity between the three provinces, Bretaña said the friendship bridges will have a “tremendous” impact and increase economic opportunities and access to social services in these provinces.They will also contribute to meeting the power and water supply needs of the provinces and improve their digital connection. During the RDC meeting in Cebu City Thursday, Nonato Paylado of the Department of Public Works and Highway (DPWH) 7 said the initial alignment of the project would connect Cordova town in Cebu to the municipality of Getafe in Bohol. The proposed project will also support the development of Tamlang Valley in Negros Oriental into an Agri-Industrial Estate that will become the food basket of Central Visayas, Bretaña added.This will advance food security, one of the priority programs of the Marcos administration.Central Visayas currently groups the provinces of Cebu, Bohol, Siquijor and Negros Oriental. 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Their costs are also big, but we hope that the President would support them in terms of ensuring and endorsing those three projects for funding in the central offices of the implementing agencies so these can be funded maybe if not for 2025, maybe for 2026,” Bretaña said.With President Marcos’s support, Bretaña said they will include in the fiscal year 2025 or 2026 the funding allocation for the FS of the Friendship Bridge and the Metro Cebu Flood Mitigation Projects.Funding for the FS of the Friendship Bridge will ensure that the project is technically, economically and environmentally feasible.She added that the FS will also identify if the proposed project will not affect the declaration of the Danajon Bank Double Barrier Reef (DBDBR) as a Protected Landscape and Seascape. The DBDBR is situated in the waters between Cebu and Bohol. The same will also be studied for the Tañon Strait between Cebu and Negros Oriental. The projects may also be funded through other financial agencies including through Official Development Assistance, grants, and loans.As for the Tamlang Valley project, Bretaña said it can be funded by multiple agencies including the Department of Agriculture and the National Irrigation Administration (NIA).Secondary priority Under the Secondary Regional Priority Programs and Projects (PAPs) endorsement, RDC 7 seeks funding for Bohol’s Wastewater Treatment Project, Integrated Highway Development, Light Rail Transit, Sabo Dam Flood Control Project, Bohol Business Park, Ubay Airport Development Project, Light Industry Economic Zone Development, Bohol-Cebu Friendship Bridge, Bulk Water Supply, and Talibon Cluster Sanitary Landfill. 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THE Regional Development Council in Central Visayas (RDC 7) will endorse to President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. three priority projects in the region for funding allocation.National Economic and Development Authority (Neda) 7 Director Jennifer Bretaña, the RDC 7 chairman, and Bohol Gov. Erico Aris Aumentado will endorse to Marcos next month the following priority and high-impact projects: (a) the Feasibility Study (FS) for the Negros-Cebu-Bohol Friendship Bridge with Power/Water/ICT (information and communications technology) transmission lines, (b) Metro Cebu Integrated Flood Control and Water Supply Development Program, and (c) the Tamlang Valley Sustainable Agriculture for Growth and Resiliency Project.The RDC 7 will also endorse to the President two secondary regional priority projects, the FS and the Master Plan of the Siquijor Airport Development and Bohol’s 10 Big-ticket Projects including FS and Master Plan.“Their impact is region-wide, not only on physical connectivity but especially the awaited Cebu-Bohol as well as Cebu-Negros Oriental Bridges because they will not only increase physical connectivity but there is a design for a transmission line ready for power, water and ICT so that it will be easier for water supply, power supply for inter-province,” said Bretaña Thursday, March 14, 2024.With the improved physical connectivity between the three provinces, Bretaña said the friendship bridges will have a “tremendous” impact and increase economic opportunities and access to social services in these provinces.They will also contribute to meeting the power and water supply needs of the provinces and improve their digital connection. During the RDC meeting in Cebu City Thursday, Nonato Paylado of the Department of Public Works and Highway (DPWH) 7 said the initial alignment of the project would connect Cordova town in Cebu to the municipality of Getafe in Bohol. The proposed project will also support the development of Tamlang Valley in Negros Oriental into an Agri-Industrial Estate that will become the food basket of Central Visayas, Bretaña added.This will advance food security, one of the priority programs of the Marcos administration.Central Visayas currently groups the provinces of Cebu, Bohol, Siquijor and Negros Oriental. But the Senate and House of Representatives have passed bills to form the Negros Island Region that would comprise Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental and Siquijor, leaving just Cebu and Bohol in Central Visayas.FloodingAddressing the flooding in Metro Cebu also has to be prioritized, Bretaña said.This involves the conduct of an FS for the Mananga Dam as an additional source of water and retention pond for upstream waters of the cities of Cebu and Talisay, and the construction of the Bridges and Flood Control Structures to reduce flooding. “These are big-ticket projects. Their costs are also big, but we hope that the President would support them in terms of ensuring and endorsing those three projects for funding in the central offices of the implementing agencies so these can be funded maybe if not for 2025, maybe for 2026,” Bretaña said.With President Marcos’s support, Bretaña said they will include in the fiscal year 2025 or 2026 the funding allocation for the FS of the Friendship Bridge and the Metro Cebu Flood Mitigation Projects.Funding for the FS of the Friendship Bridge will ensure that the project is technically, economically and environmentally feasible.She added that the FS will also identify if the proposed project will not affect the declaration of the Danajon Bank Double Barrier Reef (DBDBR) as a Protected Landscape and Seascape. The DBDBR is situated in the waters between Cebu and Bohol. The same will also be studied for the Tañon Strait between Cebu and Negros Oriental. 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We want to assure everyone that the 216 admitted patients are now safe,” she added.Dr. Ma. 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(PNA)

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