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2010/11/11

Gov Dy prioritizes rehab of damaged school buildings

by MG Edale Jr

Ilagan, Isabela (November 11) -- After the onslaught of typhoon "Juan" and last week's torrential rains that brought flashfloods to some parts of Isabela, Governor Faustino G. Dy III said that the relief operations still continue especially in northernmost towns of Isabela and now prioritizing the rehabilitation of the damaged school buildings that were partially and totally destroyed by the typhoon.

Governor Dy said the provincial government is still on the mode of giving relief goods to mostly affected families as of press time and the rehabilitation of school buildings will be his top agenda in his rehabilitation program including the rehabilitation of roads linking to other localities that were destroyed.

The local chief executive, who closely monitored the past catastrophe and giving immediate solutions to affected families, continue to go around seeing to it that all residents in the province would be relieved from the devastating effect left by the two natural calamities.

Typhoon "Juan" last month has left government infrastructures from damages including residents' houses that were blown up by the strong typhoon.

Dy continuous to be vibrant despite the catastrophe as he has urged each Isabelino to be strong in bracing the effects of the past calamities.

Governor Dy have made rounds of inspection after the calamities and respond immediately to the needs of affected local government units.

He has sought government officials and agencies to regain normalcy in the province as major infrastructures have greatly affected by super typhoon "Juan". Governor Dy also expressed his gratitude to individuals and groups who are helping Isabela after the typhoon and the flash floods who have extended their help to regain and stand up from the debilitating calamities. (PIA Isabela) [top]

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