CITIZENS’ CALL

Smells like trouble

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09:22 PM December 18th, 2011

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December 18th, 2011 09:22 PM

Smells like trouble

The stink from the Pulang Lupa open dump in Las Piñas reaches even nearby barangays (villages). What is the city government doing about this problem?—Dave, Las Piñas City

No to dump

The Taytay dump is causing a lot of inconvenience to residents. The area is muddy and very smelly.—Jay Vargas, Angono, Rizal

Road repair needed

Potholes on Bonnie Serrano Avenue, Quezon City side, are slowing down vehicular traffic. Paging DPWH and Quezon City government.—Eric Binayas, Bonnie Serrano Avenue, Quezon City

Anti-pedestrian

The sidewalks in the Muñoz area from across the market should be cleared of vendors. The area smells really awful because the street vendors dispose of their garbage improperly. It’s not at all good and safe for pedestrians.—Julia Embuscado, Roosevelt Avenue, Quezon City

Cause of traffic

A tricycle owned by Senior Police Officer 2 Manio Masilang, a retired policeman, and an eatery have been illegally occupying a portion of the sidewalk on Dansalan Street near the corner of Palali Street in Mandaluyong City, causing traffic buildup in the area. We have brought this matter to the attention of city hall but no action was taken on our complaint.—Billy, Mandaluyong City

Vendors occupy footbridge

Why are vendors allowed to occupy the Don Antonio footbridge? Are they there to make things difficult for pedestrians or to give thieves a chance to prey on people?—Vince Gonzales, Quezon City

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