TANGUB CITY, Misamis Occidental (PIA)–Governor Philip Tan announced that Panguil Bay Bridge, which connects Misamis Occidental and Lanao del Norte, will begin its construction soon.
In a recent press conference, Tangub City Mayor Jennifer Tan, Governor Philip Tan and PCOO Assistant Secretary Ramon Cualoping III shared development programs and projects of Tangub City and Misamis Occidental including the construction of Panguil Bay Bridge.
In a related development, Tan thanked the people of Tangub, as it celebrated the 52nd charter anniversary, saying, “Now, that we are celebrating our 52nd Charter Anniversary, there so many things and blessing that we acquired.”
Tangub City is bounded by the natural beauty of Mount Malindang in the north and Panguil Bay in the south. “Aside from a vibrant agricultural sector, the Tangub also envisions itself as an eco-tourism hotspot,” she said.
“With the Panguil Bay Bridge in the pipeline, Tangub City will be easily accessible from the rest of Mindanao,” the lady mayor stressed.
For his part, Governor Philip Tan shared the current developments in the province. He disclosed that road engineer, port engineer, bridge engineer, surveyor, CAD engineer, laboratory engineer, quality assurance engineer, accounting, HR manager, document controller and camp manager for the Panguil Bay Bridge Construction would be hired.
Meanwhile, PCOO Asec Ramon Cualoping III shared the “build, build, build” program of President Rodrigo Duterte to make Filipinos even more connected,by building a mega bridge that will provide convenient inter-island travel in Northern Mindanao.
Cualoping underscored the achievements of the Duterte administration, not only in safeguarding the peace and order of the country but in infrastructure development and poverty alleviation as well. (SMRN/PIA10)