Thursday, August 14, 2008

LETTER TO GOVERNOR CARRION

Governor's State of the Province Address
Tuesday, August 12, 2008 9:57 AM
From: This sender is DomainKeys verified "Willie O. Monroyo"


Dear Gov. Carrion,

My name is Wilfredo (Willie) Monroyo. I was born and raised in Poctoy, Boac, Marinduque. I have been living in the US for the last 32 years. In that length of time, I have never lost contact with my family trying to keep informed of the developments in our Barangay, Poctoy and of course the Island of Marinduque.

For the first time, I read an official report from the Head of the Province about concrete developments, genuine concerns and visions for the province through the Governor's state of the Province address.

I applaud you for the accomplishments stated on your address delivered on July 8, 2008. I saw parts of them if not all when I was there in 2007, September and October.

I would like to comment on Infrastructure, farm to market road projects. I noticed the approximately four kilomenter dirt road stretch from Maygayo to Tumapon, Boac remains the same for as far back as 1950's when I was in Elementary and High School. This dirt road serves as the main artery connecting Ilaya Barangays to Poctoy, Maybo, Malbog, Tumapon, Daig, Maygayo to town proper. The road becomes impassable after a typhoon or sudden heavy downpour due to mudslides and earth erosion. When this happens, jeepneys and tricyles cannot ply between barangays and town proper. This is causing hardship to farmers, small retailers to conduct their regular trades. This is also causing inconvenience to regular commuters, high school and college students from the affected barangays.

In behalf of the people of the mentioned barangays, I hope the improvement of the road will be considered and included in your next project.

Thank you for your time. God Bless Us All!!


Sincerely,


Wilfredo MOnroyo

1 comments:

David B Katague said...

I have no idea what the current budget is allocated for this year for the farm to market( interior roads) road improvement projects. but I support, Mr Willie Monroyo's suggestion that the 4Km stretch of dirt road from Maygayo to Tumapon, be given the highest priority. I hope that provincial officials in charged with road improvement projects read my comments.

On similar road projects, last March when I was in Marinduque, the stretch of national road from LayLay to Ihatub was almost complete. Is there additional plans to improve the national road from Ihatub to Cawit( airport)? The stretch of national road from Amoingon to Cawit is filled with potholes, you feel like driving in potholes of the moon.

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