ROXAS CITY, Capiz, Aug. 8 (PIA) — A four-storey Tapaz Municipal Government Center with two elevator units will be serving Tapaznons early next year.
This was disclosed by Tapaz mayor Roberto O. Palomar when asked about the progress of the P103 million town hall deemed as the biggest and modern government building in the province.
The project is among the infrastructure development initiatives of the local government unit (LGU) that was highlighted by Palomar in his State of the Municipality Address (SOMA), Aug. 6, at the town’s civic center.
Photos and drone shots of the ongoing construction supported the report.
“Target date of completion is about January or February next year,” Palomar said, adding that the construction is over halfway done and on time with its schedule.
It is being constructed in the site of the estimated 50-year old municipal hall which was condemned and demolished in August last year.
He added that the town hall and other infrastructure projects like public market as well as transport terminal and road projects particularly in the upland barangays, among others, are aligned with President Rodrigo Duterte’s directive to “full blast” infrastructure development among LGUs. (AAL/PIA Capiz)
Source: PIA Feed