Central Luzon cops thank DPWH for infra projects in Camp Olivas
The Central Luzon police expressed its gratitude to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) during an inspection of infrastructure projects at the regional headquarters at Camp Olivas in San Fernando City in Pampanga.
Police Regional Director PBGen. Valeriano De Leon said the public works projects at the camp including canal drainage were made possible by the DPWH-PNP convergence program.
“The men and women of PRO 3 are truly grateful for the untiring support of DPWH and other partner agencies,” he was quoted as saying in a Philippine Information Agency report.
“As we share the joy of this milestone, we also embrace the shared vision and commitment to safeguarding quality assurance of peace and order of the region,” De Leon said.
The regional police chief made the remarks during the inspection led by Public Works Secretary Mark Villar last Friday.
The projects include a 500-lineal meter access road with drainage flume.
“The P23 million road construction project will create considerable impact not only to the community within the camp, but also to the public with significant reduction in the travel time to facilitate effective and credible police service and speedy response when needed,” Villar said.
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