Bakit po hindi mapaalis ang illegal FX terminal dito sa may Zabarte Road, Quezon City, tapat mismo ng Bernardino General Hospital? Baka meron humahawak na opisyal dito kasi ang yayabang pa ng mga barker. Maging ang mga illegal vendor ang titigas ng ulo kaya madalas ang trapik (Why can’t authorities get rid of the illegal terminal for FX taxis on Zabarte Road, Quezon City, right in front of Bernardino Hospital? Maybe there’s an official protecting the terminal because the barkers are very arrogant. Traffic is often heavy in the area because of illegal vendors who are hardheaded). Calling MMDA and QC Traffic Bureau. Rey Gipa, 20, Novaliches, Quezon City
Driver hogs road
From Cainta to Cubao, we had to follow this idiotic policeman driving a jeep with plate number UUD 652 because he was power tripping, cruising in the middle of two lanes. Pepe, 54, Rizal
Maynilad plugs leaks in Manila, Quezon City
This is in reference to the article published last May 9 titled “Leaking water pipes in Manila, QC” regarding leaks on C. M. Recto near Narra Street in Manila and on Quirino Highway in Barangay Baesa, Quezon City. We are pleased to inform you and the public that the reported leak along Quirino Highway was repaired and restored on May 4. With regard to the leak on C. M. Recto Avenue, our leak repair teams are currently setting up test pits in the area to determine the exact source of the leak so we can undertake the necessary repairs. We will update you of any developments regarding this matter. As always, we thank you for bringing these leaks to our attention. We hope that the public will continue to work with us in our efforts to bring down water losses in our concession area. To report leaks, illegal connections and illegal boosters, we encourage the public to call our hotline at 1626.
Cherubim Ocampo-Mojica, Maynilad Corporate Communications head
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