Quezon City News
Infra projects to help QC Hall provide better services
Less than a month before the end of his nine-year term as Quezon City mayor, Herbert Bautista over the weekend explained that his administration had engaged in a massive infrastructure projects at city hall to help provide the transacting public with more efficient services.
Bautista said the projects were not done “on a whim,” but as an answer to the urgency of providing better services to city hall clients and employees.
Recently, the mayor led other officials in the inauguration and blessing of the new finance building in the city hall compound.
With the different infrastructure projects at city hall, Bautista said the city government would be able to define every cluster of governance and properly distribute the city’s clientele in every building in the compound.
“This is not just infrastructure building. There is essence to it,” he said.
Apart from the new finance building, the city is also constructing the social services and health buildings.
To date, the city government has already constructed the building for regulatory offices and the civil registry building.
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