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Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Trece Martires gains school building, covered courts

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TRECE MARTIRES, Cavite—Cavite sixth district Rep. Luis “Jon Jon” Ferrer IV recently led local officials in inaugurating two covered courts and a four-storey senior high school in this city.

The building, named after Francisco Osorio—one of the 13 Filipino martyrs from Cavite during the Spanish rule over the Philippines, from which this city takes its name—is at Barangay Osorio together with the covered court at the National High School also bearing his name. 

The other covered court was turned over at Golden Horizon in Barangay Hugo Perez here.

NEW BUILDING. The city of Bacoor recently unveiled the Bulwagan ng Liga ng mga Barangay, one of the new buildings at the Bacoor Government Center Grounds in Barangay Bayanan. City Mayor Lani Mercado-Revilla, Rep. Strike B. Revilla, Vice Mayor Karen Sarino, members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, and Councilor Victorio “Toto” Guerrero Jr., the ABC President and the Chairman of the Committee on Barangay Affairs, attended its inauguration.  Benjamin Chavez

Joining Ferrer in the ceremonies were Mayor Ony Ferrer and Cavite Councilor’s League Federation president Kerby Salazar.

The lawmaker also said road widening projects will continue in this city. The General Trias-Amadeo road is being widened from two lanes to four, same with the roads and bridges along Governor’s Drive from Barangay Manggahan to Trece Martires City. 

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Footbridge projects are also nearly finished at Lyceum-Manggahan near the Export Processing Zone in Bacao and at Robinson’s Place in Barangay Tejero. 

Meanwhile, Imus City Rep. Alex “AA” Advincula also turned over three new Isuzu NHR ambulances for Barangays Anabu-II, Bucandala III and Tanzang Luma I.

Barangay Chairmen David Sapitan Jr, (Anabu II), Amado Sarreal (Bucandala I) and Roberto Dones (Tanzang Luma I) received the ambulances from Advincula.

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