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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesSaturday, March 9, 2013
Negros Oriental
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IN DUMAGUETE
P12.743M allotted for
4 water tankers
BY MARICAR ARANAS

The Dumaguete City government has allotted P12.743 million to purchase three water tankers capable of storing 3,000 liters of water each and another 12,000-liter tanker for the Bureau of Fire Protection.

Jose Chiu of the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office said the acquisition of the water tankers is urgent, with the series of fire accidents that have occurred in Dumaguete since January.

The big tank will cost P12.5 million and the three others P81,000 each, or P243,000, he added.

Property donated for
social housing
BY MARICAR ARANAS

The Sangguniang Panlungsod of Dumaguete presented yesterday a Resolution of Appreciation to the Perdices family for donating 5,293 square meters of land in Barangay Candau-ay, Dumaguete, for a low cost housing project of the Habitat for Humanity, recently.

The resolution was presented to Boloney Perdices and other members of the family by Vice Mayor Allan Cordova and the councilors at the SP session yesterday.

Perdices said his family had long decided to donate the land as they know that more housing projects are needed in the city. He added that they also want to continue the legacy of his brother, the late Negros Oriental Gov. Agustin Perdices, who started the housing project during his term.

Silliman premieres 13 films

Thirteen short films by student filmmakers from Silliman University in Dumaguete City will be shown for free on March 11 at the SU Multimedia Center, in line with the 4 th 61 Short Film Festival, a press release from the school said.

The festival, sponsored by the College of Mass Communication, the Societe des Cinephiles, and the Cultural Affairs Committee, brings together the works of students from the SU colleges; and will feature the films of Jennis Miranda, Henzonly Alboroto, Nolan Rhey Sarana, Paolo Yuan Torrevillas, Handen Cadiente, Greena Pesalbon, Therene Mari Quijano, Johannes Simone Vale, Melissa Pal, Raymond Vincent Cutillar, Tara de Leon, Pamela Lazalita, and Stephen Abanto, the press release also said.

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