Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez committed for the construction of more facilities at the city north for families living at the Yolanda resettlement sites for them to have a better living condition. Photo shows Mayor Romual- dez during the giving of titles to 222 beneficiaries of the housing project last Sept. 23.

TACLOBAN CITY- More facilities in line for Tacloban North.
This was assured by City Mayor Alfred Romualdez as he told the more than 200 beneficiaries of housing projects for families displaced by Super Typhoon ‘Yolanda’ eight years ago.
“Housing is not enough. We need more facilities here,” Mayor Alfred S. Romualdez told the 222 Yolanda Pabahay beneficiaries who received their titles last September 23, 2021, pointing out that living condition improvement does not end in getting their own houses.
Moreover, Mayor Romualdez mentioned about putting up more facilities in Tacloban North, including a P20 million worth dry market, the budget of which was made possible by Sen. Imee Marcos.
He also talked about how the newly launched modern PUVs have been helping the commuters from the northern barangays, and how he has been pushing for 24/7 availability of water to be realized in the area.
Happy to see the 222 beneficiaries from St. Francis Village 1 & 2, North Hill Arbours 1 & 2, and Villa Diana going home to their respective houses as official property owners, the city mayor told them about how he has been working on saving them from the needed fees that the national agencies will charge them upon processing the documents, aside from the free notarization that the LGU is giving them.
He further stated his hopes for the release of the remaining 9,000 Yolanda Pabahay titles before 2021 ends, urging the concerned offices to fast track the needed processes.