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Muntinlupa donates watar tankers to barangays

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Mayor Jaime Fresnedi (2nd from left) leads the turn-over ceremony of three water tankers for Brgy. Cupang, Brgy. Bayanan, and Brgy. Putatan last June 17.

The local exec hopes that the provision of water tankers will improve the emergency response to fire incidents in the city.

This is the second batch of water tankers that the local government has donated to the barangays through the Muntinlupa City Department of Disaster Resilience and Management. Also attending the program: (L-R) Brgy. Bayanan capt. Ador San Pedro, Brgy. Putatan capt. Danny Teves, and Brgy. Cupang capt. Rainier Bulos.


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