D.P.W.H. Appeal

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D.P.W.H. Appeal


BUTUAN CITY - The Region-13 office of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH-13) appealed for a stricter observance of traffic laws, rules, and regulations regarding the Wawa Bridge to avert future damage that will disrupt the economic activities in the three regions in Mindanao. The bridge, located in Sibagat, Agusan del Sur, is a vital bridge that links Regions 10, 11, and 13. The DPWH made this very vital appeal, citing the bridge's vertical limit of 4.37 meters, following the recent traffic incident that left a driver seriously wounded, the bridge's portal beam hanging, and caused the temporary closure of the very important bridge. (Mike Crismundo)

INFO CAMPAIGN

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY (PIA) - The Region-10 office of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP-10) recently initiated the "Health and Sanitation Info Drive" to the residents of Barangay Lumbia, here. The campaign was part of the BJMP-10's proactive approach in lessening dengue cases in the village where the regional office and its largest jail facility are located. "It is important that we prioritize the health of inmates, sanitation of the jail facility, and also that of the surrounding communities," said jail Sr. Supt. Marlon Cornelio Torregue, BJMP-10 Director.

NEW POLICEMEN

BUTUAN CITY - At least 58 new police officers took their oath of office on Monday after they hurdled the thorough perusal and screening set by Police Regional Office-13 (PRO-13) for the 2nd semester of the 2012 Attrition Recruitment Program. The PRO-13 directorial staff, regional personnel, and human resource development division welcomed the new police officers during a program at PRO 13 regional headquarters, Camp Rafael C. …

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