San Juan News
San Juan to build one-stop government center
San Juan Mayor Francis Zamora on Friday said the city would build a six-story one-stop government center for local and national government offices.
The government center, which will be constructed with a budget of P198 million, is set to become a one-stop shop for San Juan residents to transact official business with national and local government offices.
“We intend this to be a one-stop shop for all government services, both local and national government,” Zamora said.
He said the center would be constructed near the City Hall.
“Right now, if you have to go to the Land Transportation Office, you have got to go to a different building. If you need to go to the Bureau of Internal Revenue, you have to go to another building,” Zamora said. “We will start with this real soon.”
The construction of the government center is just one of the major infrastructure projects that Zamora has proposed for the city.
Earlier on Friday, the new mayor said that the rehabilitation of the historic Pinaglabanan Memorial Shrine will be set into motion soon, as well as the renovation of the San Juan Medical Center and the construction of the second public high school in the city.
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