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Alicia town passes road clearing check

Alicia, Isabela—The road clearing operations in this town have passed the recent evaluation of the Department of the Interior and Local Government.

Mayor Joel Amos Alejandro said the success of their road clearing operations can be attributed to the cooperation and understanding of villagers affected by the law.

“We will continue on with the clearing operations and we are appealing to our villagers to comply with our implementation. We are appealing for your understanding,” he said during his 100 Days message.

Alejandro also reiterated his plan to ease traffic within the municipality through the continuing road clearing and rerouting schemes to maximize  the use of municipal and barangay roads.

He said he local government unit also deployed “Dancing Traffic Enforcers” in the town’s major traffic routes to ensure its proper flow and secure the pedestrians for public use. 

“This is one of the major functions of our deployed Public Order and Safety Officers so that we can have proper order and security for our villagers,” Alejandro said.

The road clearing operation in Alicia, the mayor said was in support of and compliance with President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s order to restore public roads from private use and obstruction in the country during his recent State of the Nation Address (SONA). 

Topics: Joel Amos Alejandro , Department of the Interior and Local Government , Rodrigo Roa Duterte , State of the Nation Address
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