Residents of barangay Salvacion have to walk roads in disrepair, with asphalt washed away by flood and strong rains the past few months, a prevailing situation many times common to areas in the region. The government have yet to apportion budgetary allocations for maintenance. But with the onset of election fever, and a ban on public works looming, elected officials have different agenda on their minds. And soon enough public works will be a business for the new officials, but that’s after May 2010. A long time to wait.
This is my post for This is My World. Many thanks to Klaus, Sandy, Wren, Fishing Guy, Louise & Sylvia, for hosting this wonderful meme: My World – Tuesday.
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