Investments pour into Isabela despite calamities
Ilagan, Isabela (November 18) -- Calamities cannot hamper investors to place their business in this capital town as big investments are ready to be implemented to this booming town.
Last week, a 120-room hotel will soon rise in this town as the groundbreaking was done last Thursday at barangay Alibago, Ilagan, Isabela.
The hotel will rise near the North Star Mall which is nearly completed in Alibagu, Ilagan.
The rise of big business establishments marks this town be known to other places in the country as these business establishments will serve as landmarks to tourists and visitors who wish to visit the province of Isabela.
The investments that are being constructed would also be creating jobs for local residents here that will somehow solve unemployment problems in the province.
It will also help the municipality attain its goal to become a city in the near future as local taxes would surely meet the requirements to become a city.
It is recalled that local officials here are aiming that this capital town be converted into a city in the next two to three years time.
Aside from the 120-room hotel that will rise in this town, the North Star Mall is already nearly completed and the other is mall at Calamagui, Ilagan, Isabela. (PIA Isabela) [top]