BORONGAN CITY-The Department of Public Works and Highways – Eastern Samar District Engineering Office (DPWH-ESDEO) led the ceremonial groundbreaking for the construction of the three-storey Municipal Police Station (MPS) building at Barangay Malaintos, Dolores, Eastern Samar on February 26.
Dolores Chief of Police Rommel Cesista, in his opening remarks, extended his gratitude towards the people behind the realization of the Dolores MPS wherein they’ll have a strong and conducive workplace to meet the needs and demands of their clients.
”This is indeed a big help to all PNP Personnel who are currently and will be assigned to Dolores MPS. Rest assured that we will give our best in the performance of duties and responsibilities for the betterment of Doloresnon,” Cecista remarked.
Moreover, Domcelio M. Natividad, assistant district engineer of DPWH-ESDEO, presented the project briefer for the construction of the Dolores MPS building.
According to him it was funded through the convergence program of DPWH and PNP under the Department of National Defense.
“The Dolores Police Station will provide convenient and good working environment to our policeman and will improve their services to the people.” Engr. Natividad said.
On the other hand, Provincial Director Carlito D. Abriz and the Representative of Regional Director Alden Estabaya Dugan who are also present during the groundbreaking ceremony.
They both stated on their remarks, that they were thankful for the realization of the modern, well-equipped police station and for the untiring support of the government officials.
Moreover, Rep.Maria Fe R. Abunda declared that this is the fruit of the unification of government officials.
According to her, she knows the life of being a man in uniform and she will continue to support the PNP as a wife of a policeman and as a member of Public Order and Safety Committee in the congress.
Rep. Abunda suggested that the policemen should bring themselves closer to the people, especially those who live in the remote barangays to explain about their jobs and there has nothing to be afraid of interacting with the men in uniform.
Aside from helping the policemen, Abunda announced her support to DPWH in the building of infrastructure projects in Eastern Samar.
“Hingyap ko nga magkaurusa kita, kay ine nga mehoras in dire nam igkakait.” Abunda exclaimed. “It akon la hangyo, to continue hiton nga mga roads and bridges, an mga seawall, nga mga gin tikangan. Waray hiton pulos ngin dire iton matatangpos.” Abunda recited what she told to the DPWH Secretary Mark Villar during their meeting with other Congressmen.
The groundbreaking ceremony was led by Fr. Emelio Torieto as the officiating priest. Also present on the said ceremony was Sulat local government stakeholders, officials from Sulat PNP personnel and DPWH-ESDEO.
The P10-Million project includes a cabling network, CCTV system, complete with electrical connections and a rooftop that will serve as a viewing deck for the Sulat PNP Personnel.