MARAMAG, Bukidnon (PIA)—The Land Transportation Office (LTO) building will soon rise at Purok 10, South Poblacion, Maramag, Bukidnon.
This came after Bukidnon Third District Rep. Manuel “Manoy” Zubiri, Maramag mayor Atty. Jose Joel Doromal, and LTO Regional Director Nelson Manaloto affirmed their commitments to the Deed of Conditional Donation.
During the commitment signing rites on June 19, Cong. Manuel Zubiri announced that Maramag local government unit (LGU) donated a portion of its public lot where the said LTO-Maramag District Office will be constructed.
“This gesture affirms the commitment of both government agencies to provide its residents and those from the nearby towns access to the services of LTO without need to travel far,” Zubiri said.
LTO Region 10 Director Nelson Manaloto emphasized that the new district office will cater to the issuance of student permits and non-professional/professional driver’s license; the processing of vehicle registration; enforcement of traffic laws and regulations; and other LTO-related concerns.
He said the historical ceremonial signing of the Deed of Conditional Donation between Maramag LGU and LTO signaled the preparation for the grounding of the project.
Mayor Doromal, in his message during the program, said this project builds partnerships and strengthens linkages for easy access on the agencies’ various projects and programs.
Vice-mayor Edison Laurie, municipal councilors, LTO-Maramag extension office chief Anabelle Palamine, and all LTO division chiefs from regional office 10 also witnessed and graced the event. (Maramag LGU/PIA Bukidnon)