October 18, 2017: *** The newly-restored Holy Trinity Parish Church of Loay is formally turned-over on Sunday October 15, 2017 from the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) to the Diocese of Tagbilaran through Bishop Alberto Uy. ***For the very first time, Bohol landed among the 14 finalists in the search for thr Most Business-Friendly Province in the country. ***PDEA-Bohol Head Agent Nicholas Gomez admitted that the drug problem in Bohol persists despite the reduction of supply of shabu coming from Cebu. *** The administration of the Bohol District Jail is now planning to acquire an x-ray machine as part of its crackdown on the entry of contraband into the jail facility, said BDJ Warden Jail Chief Insp. Felipe Montejo. *** DILG-Bohol conducted People's Forum on Federalism on October 17, 2017 at JJ's Seafood Village with city/municipal information officers and CSO/Faith-Based Representatives as participants. ***Schools across the province are expected to conduct make-up classes in lieu of class suspensios due to the two-a nationwide raspot astrike, according toDepEdBohol SchoolVGovernace and Operations Division Chief Desiderio Delgero. ***The province is bent on making history by getting a UNESCO recognition as a global geological park, the first for Philippines. ***The symbolic unveiling of the Geomarker at the Chocolate Hills Complex on Sunday will boost Bohol's application for UNESCO declaration of the entire province as a global geological park.

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014


LOON, Bohol, Feb. 25 (PIA)--As part of the 28th anniversary celebration of the EDSA People Power Revolution, President Benigno ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III on Monday afternoon visited Bohol again which was hit by the 7.2-magnitude earthquake last October 15, 2013. 

President Aquino upon arrival here proceeded to Cogon Norte in Loon to inspect the construction of bunkhouses and service facilities for the residents affected by the earthquake.

The President arrived with Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Sec. Herminio Coloma, Jr., Dept. of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Sec. Mar Roxas, Dept. of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Sec. Rogelio Singson, Department of National Defense (DND) Sec. Voltaire Gazmin and Dept. of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Sec. Dinky Soliman.

The President was welcomed by local officials headed by Gov. Edgar Chatto, 1st Dist. Rep. Rene Relampagos and Loon Mayor Lloyd Peter Lopez.

DPWH Regional Director Ador Canlas then took the President in a walking briefing of the emergency shelter bunkhouses.

The 10 bunkhouses with ten units each for 100 shelter beneficiaries of Loon has 5 communal service facilities provided for the occupants. 

Service facilities include 8 restrooms, 4 shower rooms, 4 washing sink, 20 grill stove facilities and it has running water.

Of the 10 bunkhouses, 8 are partially finished while 2 are now being occupied.

Started January of this year, it is now near completion. There is also an ongoing construction of bunkhouses in Ubujan, Tubigon.

Part of the P20M fund is provided by the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) to DPWH, which implemented the project.

After the inspection of the bunkhouses and service facilities, the President toured the retrofitted Congressman Natalio P. Castillo, Sr. Memorial Hospital in Barangay Basac, Loon and checked some parts of the hospital damaged by the earthquake.

The President then attended the 28th anniversary celebration of the EDSA People Power Revolution beside the hospital where stories of heroism and kindness of ordinary Filipinos and resilience in the wake of calamities were highlighted.

President Aquino’s visit here is part of the celebration of the EDSA People Power anniversary. Aside from Bohol, the President also went to Cateel, Davao Oriental. He is also scheduled to visit Cebu, Leyte and Samar. (PIA7-Bohol/ECB)

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