Due to heavy rain brought about by typhoon Betty for the past days , the roadside portion at Purok
1 Gibraltar has collapsed last May 31 resulting to the closure of one lane of the road. The City Engineering Office is now underway in rehabilitating the eroded portion of the road.- Personnel of the City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO) headed by Atty. Rhenan Diwas had been all over the city clearing all the fallen trees amid the raging rains and winds unleashed by typhoon “Betty.” The CDRRMO under Acting Head Antonette Anaban reported 18 incidents of leaning/fallen trees as of 12 noon of May 31, 2023.

The office also tasked the barangays to facilitate the cutting of dead and other trees that pose danger to lives and properties under a streamlined process in preparation for the typhoon. This prompted numerous requests that kept the CEPMO busy days even before the onset of the monsoon rains. Requests for emergency cutting of dead, leaning, or fallen trees may be reported to the barangays, or call 09174158224.


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