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Infra programs under Davao Norte ELA bared

by RG Alama

Davao City (22 January) -- Under Davao del Norte's Executive Legislative Agenda which is anchored upon Governor Rodolfo del Rosario's governance platform the RDR WHEELS, several infrastructure projects have been outlined in the agenda's goals and strategies.

The ELA for 2008-2010 was adopted last Dec. 14, 2007 under Resolution 651 during the 22nd Regular Session of the Sangguniang Panglalawigan of Davao del Norte.

An Executive-Legislative Covenant for Unity and Progress which adopts the ELA as a management tool and strategy was held last January 7 at the Provincial Capitol in Tagum City and was attended by Governor del Rosario, Vice-Governor Victorio Suaybaguio and the members of the Provincial Board

Among major infrastructure programs identified in the ELA is the development of provincial and national roads and arteries particularly the opening of the Tagum-Kapalong-Talaingod-Bukidnon road which is now ongoing and the conversion of Asuncion to Laak, Compostela Valley Provincial Road into a national road and its upgrade into an all-weather concrete road network.

Aside from these major infrastructure plans the province will still continue to focus on other public works which will support and enhance the economic and social undertakings of its constituents.

These projects include construction and rehabilitation of farm-to-market and coastal roads, upgrading of existing provincial roads, conversion of provincial roads to national roads, construction and upgrading of bridges.

Aside from roads the province's ELA has also planned the rehabilitation of the provincial sports complex, completion and upgrading of existing municipal and barangay sports facilities, the construction of a legislative building, construction/completion of barangay halls, health centers and Day Care centers; construction and completion of classrooms and school buildings, improvement of the Technical Livelihood and Development (TLDC) Center.

Completion and improvement of Government facilities like Provincial Government buildings, Municipal halls and the improvement/construction/de-silting of drainage canals and irrigation systems and major dike rehabilitations is also part of the ELA.

Under the ELA, the Provincial Executive led by Governor Rodolfo del Rosario will outline its plans and thrusts which will be the basis for the Legislative department under the Sangguniang Panalalawigan to put the Agenda into action through the necessary legislative measures.

The RDR WHEELS which is the bedrock of the Executive and Legislative Agenda stands for R-Roads and Infrastructure Development, D-Development of Cooperative in all Sectors, R-Reforms in Governance and Peace and Order, W- Water and Electricity Development, H- Health, Sanitation and Social Services, E- Economic Development and Environmental Protection, E-Education, Culture, Sports and human development, L- Livelihood and Skills Development and S- Spiritual and Moral Recovery Program. (PIA) [top]

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