AT LEAST 16 business establishments and barangay chairpersons in Tacloban’s downtown area received citation tickets on February 26 as the city’s Solid Waste Management Team made the rounds to monitor the ‘No Segregation, No collection’ policy, the local government reported.
THE TACLOBAN City government called on barangay officials to implement stricter waste segregation in their communities as the city’s sanitary landfill, which was opened just a year ago, is “about to reach its full capacity.”
THIRTY-FIVE modern public utility vehicles (PUVs), like this solar-powered jeepney, have been added to Tacloban City’s transport system with the formal launching on July 11 of the One Time Big Time project.
ROBINSONS Hotels and Resorts (RHR) has formally opened the fifth hotel under its full-service Summit Hotels umbrella — the 138-room Summit Hotels Tacloban which serves as the company’s vote of confidence in the provincial capital’s potential for growth especially in the tourism sector.
THE ASIAN Development Foundation College (ADFC) building along Burgos Street in Tacloban City has been declared as “Not Safe for Public Use” by the City Engineer’s Office (CEO) following an inspection in the aftermath of the intensity 5 earthquake that struck last April 23.