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Samboan, Mandaue village get mini dumptrucks

| by: Xerxes Alkuino

The Cebu Provincial Government turned over two mini dump trucks worth P710,000 to Barangay Pagsabungan, Mandaue City at the Capitol grounds last Mar. 4.

The town of Samboan received another mini dump truck, of the same worth, last Mar. 7.

_MG_8591In behalf of Governor Hilario P. Davide III who went for an official trip, Provincial General Services Office Officer-in-Charge Jone Siegfred Sepe led the ceremonial turnover.

Since 2013, the Capitol under the administration of Davide turned over more than P61 million worth of vehicles to the LGUs, including the barangays. These are 111 multicabs, 25 ambulances, 47 mini-ambulances, 11 mini dumptrucks, one elf truck, and two motorcycles.

Pagsabungan Barangay Captain Asterio Suson said he and the barangay council of Pagsabungan were very thankful to Davide for the truck. He said it will be used to collect their garbage. Suson was accompanied by his barangay kagawad during the turnover.

He said their garbage truck has already worn out and they have been using their Isuzu Elf four times a day to collect their trash.

The new dump truck will be used to transport the recyclable and residual materials while the Isuzu Elf will be used to collect the biodegradable materials.

Sepe said there are still more vehicles to be turned over to the requesting local government units (LGUs). These include an elf truck worth P950,000 to be given to San Francisco town in Camotes Island.