LGU Naic turns over new command center to Coast Guard 

TRECE MARTIRES CITY, Cavite, April 5 (PIA) --The local government of Naic turned over to the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) last March 29, a newly constructed building that will serve as command center of the PCG stationed in the municipality.

Naic Mayor Junio Dualan led the turn over of the P1.3M one-storey, two-room building located within the compound of the Cavite State University (CavSU)-Naic campus in Barangay Bagong Kalsada to PCG NCR-CL Commander, Commodore Leovigildo Panopio.

"Ito pong bagong tanggapan ng Coast Guard-Naic ay pinaglaanan po natin ng budget para sa higit na pagpapalawig ng pagbabantay sa baybay dagat ng ating bayan," said Mayor Dualan.

(We had allocated budget for this new office of the Coast Guard to further strengthen their surveillance of the coastal areas in our municipality.)

PCG Cavite Provincial Commander Lt. Michael Encina and Naic Councilor Raffy Dualan, Chair of the Committee on Fisheries and Aquatic Resources witnessed the simple ceremony held at the Seaside Resort and Hotel.

Lt. Encina in an interview said, "Higit pa po namin papaigtingin ang aming trabaho bilang mga bantay baybaying dagat para sa kaligtasan ng mga mangingisda at turismo sa bayan ng Naic, bilang suporta sa LGU."

(We will further intensify our work as coastal guards for the safety of fishermen and tourism in the town of Naic, in support to the LGU.)

During the short program, Mayor Dualan revealed that plans are in the works for the construction of the new building for the PNP Maritime Group office in Barangay Labac and four new sub-stations of the Philippine National Police (PNP)-Naic. (Ruel Francisco, PIA-Cavite with reports from Dennis Abrina) 

Source: Philippines Information Agency (pia.gov.ph)

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