NEW OFFICE. On June 11, the Leyte 2nd district engineering office has transfer to their new office in MacArthur from their old building in Carigara, Leyte. Among those present were Rep. Lolita Karen Javier,her husband, Vice Gov. Leonardo ‘Sandy’ Javier and board member Raisa Villasin. The said office is headed by Engr. Leo Edward Oppura. (L2DEO)

TACLOBAN CITY– Rep. Lolita Karen Javier of Leyte’s second congressional district is glad that the 2nd Leyte Engineering District Office’s employees are more than ready to transfer to the new and improved engineering district and increase their engagement to the public to uplift and improve the lives of the community.

The lady solon made this remark as she graced the inauguration, unveiling of the monument, and ribbon cutting ceremony of the new office of the second LED office in MacArthur last June 11.

She also acknowledged the invaluable support of the mayors from the 2nd District of Leyte.
“Happy and proud to say that we accomplished a lot for our district due to our harmonious partnership and strong commitment to be of service to others. May we continue to work together for the betterment of Leyte District II,” she said.

The congresswoman also expressed her gratitude to her husband Vice Governor Leonardo “Sandy” Javier and our family for the generous donation of the land where the new DPWH building is situated.

Meanwhile, 2nd LED District Engineer Leo Edward Oppura informed the public, especially the stakeholders of the second district of Leyte, which covers 14 towns, that all transactions and operations of L2DEO are now in the new office location in MacArthur, Leyte.

“The district office will always stay true to its commitment to providing infrastructure facilities and services to meet the needs of the people. And, as frontliners during calamities, our services will always be guaranteed at all costs to ease the burden on the communities,” he said.

Oppura also challenged his fellow workers in the district to perform well or better especially now that they are in their new office.

Prior to their transfer, the Leyte 2nd DEO held office in Carigara.

Leyte 2nd DEO was created by virtue of Department Order No. 10 dated January 20, 1997 and maintains a national equivalent road length of 206.985 kilometers, of which 93.848 kilometers were concreted and 110.554 kilometers were asphalted, and 55 bridges with a total length of 2.583 kilometers.