Tagalog news: Rehabilitasyon ng Calapan River patuloy na isinasagawa

  • March 09, 2017

LUNGSOD NG CALAPAN, Oriental Mindoro, Marso 9 (PIA) – Patuloy ang isinasagawang rehabilitasyon ng Calapan River partikular sa bahagi ng Brgy. Lalud patungong Brgy. Camilmil sa pamamagitan ng pagpapalalim nito bilang paghahanda sa panahon ng tag-ulan.

 

Ito ay isinasagawa ng pamahalaang lungsod ng Calapan bilang priority project ngayong summer.

 

Kasama rin sa programa ang dredging at ang pag-aalis ng mga sagabal na halaman tulad ng water lilies at sasa na sumasakop na sa daanan ng tubig at pumipigil sa maayos na daloy ng tubig sa ilog patungong Calapan Bay.

 

Ang paglilinis at rehabilitasyon ng nasabing ilog ay isa sa mga solusyon na nakapaloob sa Drainage Master Plan na inihain ng grupo ng engineers at consultants na katuwang ng Pamahalaang Lungsod upang masolusyunan ang mga pagbaha sa ilang bahagi ng lungsod.

 

Ayon kay sa alkalde ng siyudad, Arnan C. Panaligan, matagal na niyang programa ito dahil napakahalaga ng maintenance ng Calapan River bilang kahandaan sa biglang pagragasa ng tubig tuwing tag-ulan na nagdudulot ng pagbaha sa mabababang lugar.

 

Dahil dito, hinihikayat ng punung-lungsod ang mga mamamayan na huwag magtapon ng kahit anong basura sa ilog na nagiging dahilan ng pagbabara nito, gayundin ng mga pangunahing daanan ng tubig o waterways.

 

Dagdag pa niya na sana ay pairalin ng mga taga-Calapan ang pagiging disiplinadong mamamayan at magtulungan para sa mas ikauunlad ng lungsod.  Aniya, bagama’t lubhang matrabaho at kailangan ng puspusang maintenance ang rehabilitasyon ng Calapan River, pinagsisikapan naman itong gampanan ng pamahalaang lokal upang mapanatili ang magandang imahe na ibibigay nito sa syudad sa pangkalahatan, bukod sa malaking bentahe para sa turismo ng Calapan kapag tuluyan nang nalinis at napaganda ang kahabaang-baybayin makasaysayang Calapan River.  (CIO/LTC/PIA-Mimaropa/Calapan)

 


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