ORMOC CITY, Philippines – Work on the long-awaited Albuera-Burauen Road, started during the Arroyo administration, will resume in 2013 and is hoped to be finished before the new year ends.
This was confirmed by engineers Lino Gonzales and Ma. Margarita Junia, of Leyte’s fourth and second engineering districts, respectively.
Rep. Lucy Torres-Gomez lowers a time capsule during the groundbreaking ceremony for the 122-million Merida-Lundag-Putingbato Road as her husband, Richard Gomez, (right) and 4th Leyte district engineer Lino Gonzales (left) look on. The road project will make travel and the transport of goods from the interior barangays of the towns of Merida and Isabel easier for farmers. LALAINE JIMENEA