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Bulacan gov issues two Executive Orders - No to quarrying, yes to a clean and green province
By: PPAO
Friday, 16 July 2010
CITY OF MALOLOS – Gov. Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado issued two Executive Orders in connection with quarrying and sanitation of establishments in the province.

On his first week, the governor issued the Executive Order 01-2010 suspending all the permits for quarrying and other mining operations which were previously released by the Bulacan Environment and Natural Resources Office and Governor’s Office.

He said, by doing so, he will be able to conserve and protect the flora and fauna of the province from total devastation.

The governor also issued the Executive Order 02-2010 instructing all the offices and establishments in the province to maintain a clean and orderly surroundings at all times.

In his speech during the inaugural session of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan held at the Benigno Aquino Session Hall, Alvarado encouraged all the board members to work with him and Vice Governor Daniel Fernando in creating programs and ordinances that will benefit the Bulakenyos.

“Inaasahan ko na sa lalong madaling panahon ay makapagpapasa ng isang masaklaw na environmental code ang ating Sanggunian na tutunghay din at magbibigay pansin sa lumalalang pagbabago ng kapaligiran gayundin ang agarang pagbalangkas ng komprehensibong Health and Sanitation Code,” the governor said.

Further, Alvarado said that he issued the two Executive Orders to promptly conserve and protect the mountains, forest and coastal areas in the province while the Sangguniang Panlalawigan is yet to compose an environmental code.

Vice Governor Daniel Fernando said he will support the projects of the governor particularly his 7-point agenda such as environment, health, education, transparent governance, livelihood, peace and order, and history and culture. ###




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