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What ‘Sagip Ilog’?

/ 09:28 PM November 27, 2011

What ‘Sagip Ilog’?

Las Piñas boasts of its Sagip Ilog program but if you should visit the city, you will see that its canals, creeks and lakes are clogged. The city will suffer from floods if its mayor doesn’t do anything.—Rosario Yu, 42, Cavite


They’re back

Informal settlers have rebuilt their houses beside the railroad tracks in Sta. Mesa, Manila, near Polytechnic University of the Philippines. The chairman of Barangay 631, Zone 63, is not doing anything about this.—Fred Reyes. Sta. Mesa, Manila

Not for students’ use

Calling the Land Transportation Office! A commemorative plate with the marking “Prosecutor” is being used by a brown Nissan Sentra (UGC 307) driven by students in Southville. Is this legal?—Tohnee Austria, 57, Las Piñas City

Illegal market fees

Calling Mayor Tanjuatco! Wwhy do your people charge vendors who bring their goods into the Tanay public market? They charge between P1 and P4 per basket of fruits, basin of fish or bundle of chips. I brought in 10 baskets of santol and they were forcing me to pay them P4 per basket. The collector was angry and said this was on top of the parking fee. I wonder where the money they collect go and why this practice is tolerated?—Marissa, 55, Rizal

Bike rack needed

The management of the Mayon wet market on A. Bonifacio Street in Quezon City does not allow bicycles inside the market. I hope they can provide a bicycle rack outside the market instead.—Joel, 42, Quezon City


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