[ manila bulletin online ] September 30, 2008
By JEN L. JORVINASAN ANTONIO
Quezon — The government is constructing here a new market where farm produce of far-flung barangays will be unloaded, Rep. Proceso J. Alcala (2nd district, Quezon Province) reported over the weekend.
He said the new market building, costing P12 million, is a joint project of this town and his office with the bulk of the money coming from his countrywide development fund (CDF).
Alcala said that the Quezon 2nd district engineering office of the Department of Public Works and Highways is undertaking the construction of the market on a 2,500-square-meter lot. The market will have a floor area of 1,260 square meters.
The congressman inspected over the weekend the construction of the market building, accompanied by District Engineer Celestial S, Flancia, DPWH construction section chief Engineer Jeremias B. Licas, Municipal Engr. Pacito U. Tapire, and DPWH Architect Cesar P. Jader.