The First 100 Days of Dumaguete City Mayor

Dumaguete City Mayor

Dumaguete City Mayor Felipe Remollo reported his accomplishments and plans during the first 100 days of his administration starting July 1 which were classified into five major categories, namely:

  • peace and order and anti-drugs campaign – increased budget for additional closed-circuit television cameras (CCTVs), mandatory drug tests for the city’s officials and employees, and issuance of citation tickets for traffic violators
  • sports development – reclamation of a small portion of the boulevard for beach volleyball
  • tourism and culture – conduct of tree health assessment along Quezon Park and Rizal Boulevard
  • waste management – control of intermittent fires at dumpsite, rehabilitation of Candau-ay dumpsite to arrest air pollution and underground water contamination
  • employment and investments – signed a memorandum of understanding with Changzhou Xintian Rail Transit Technology Co. Ltd, a Chinese firm, for a monorail transit system and met with Filinvest officials for plans for development of a property along Piapi Beach for a residential-commercial complex
  • health and nutrition – additional appropriations for P2 million for medical assistance mainly for dengue patients, continued feeding program in 25 barangays, and cited nationwide as zero-rabies incidence.

Remollo added that he has plans to coordinate with Vice President Leni Robredo for relocation of informal settlers in two barangays in Canlindagan.

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