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    NO ONE IS COMPLAINING
    it is claimed, even if the asphalt mixing plant along the river in barangay Buhi, San Miguel operates, with the dirty white smoke blown by the wind to at least 500 meters away. The smell of asphalt permeates the area within 100 to 200 meters of the plant.
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    SAN MIGUEL
    Tricycle Operators and Drivers associations gathered at the residence of former Governor Boboy Cua to show their full support to the former governor as well as to the Sanchez-Mendoza-Cua (SMC) tandem. The members of TODA who came to the gathering were given 4 liters of gasoline each.…
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    THE 60TH MULTIPURPOSE BUILDING
    built during his nearly six years as congressman is proudly shown off by Rep. Cesar Sarmiento during its inauguration and blessing last Sept. 25 at Mabato Elementary School in San Miguel. With him was fellow Liberal Party member PBM Jorge Reyes as well as municipal and school officials,…
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    A LONG WEEKEND
    provided former Governor Boboy Cua an opportunity to join parents and school officials at San Miguel Rural Development High School where he was guest speaker during the PTA Induction last July 17.
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    SUWECO’S 5-MW DIESEL PLANT
    at Solong, San Miguel, once tested and commissioned in a few week’s time, would be ready to step in during emergency situations and supply much-needed power to prevent rotating brownouts.
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    THE CONGRESSMAN’S GIFT
    to the people of San Juan (Aroyao), San Miguel for their support, the Barangay Evacuation Center was one of the vital infra projects identified by Rep. Cesar Sarmiento during the budget hearings. The edifice was blessed and inaugu-rated last week as the solon continued visiting his constituents.
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    A SAN MIGUEL RESIDENT
    points to the melted remains of the PVC pipe connected to the water tank that was burned sometime on May 31, just three weeks after the P6-million water system was completed. No suspect has been identified in the destruction of government property.
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    NOW, EVERY BARANGAY IN SAN MIGUEL
    have access to nebulizers and Blood Pressure apparatuses, after Congressman Cesar Sarmiento distributed the equipment to barangay captains last week under his program for basic health services.
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    CRAFTSMEN OF PARAISO
    in San Miguel show off their products, after developing new product designs as a result of the upgrading of their skills last July 24-26. Their livelihood is a continuing development effort of DTI on rattan and abaca bacbac crafts industry in partnership with Tagbac Handicraft & Community…
    
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