Hundreds of residents representing some 500 families in Barangay Magsaysay,
Cadiz City and Barangay Tadlong, Sagay City are still waiting for the
intervention of the governor and a mayor regarding the closure of a road
connecting the two boundary barangays.
ROAD CLOSED. Brgy. Magsaysay, Cadiz City residents say the closure of this
road (left photo) in the barangay not only made their daily routine more
difficult and expensive. It also rendered this box culvert project (right photo)
and a nearby overflow project useless.*
The Ecclesiastical District of Negros Occidental (right photo) bested eight
other chorale groups in Western Visayas during the recent Regional Chorale
Competition of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) dubbed as Songs of Salvation at the
SMX Convention Center, SM City-Bacolod last May 2. The group will represent the
region in the national competition at the Philippine Arena in July.*
(ACTIV-Negros Occidental photos)
They said the road closure not only made it difficult for them, but also made
two government projects useless.
Residents of Puroks Camponegro and Zone 6 in Brgy. Magsaysay, Cadiz, said
they are still waiting for a reply to their letter dated August 26, 2014
addressed to Gov. Alfredo Maranon Jr.