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QC addresses drainage concerns in San Isidro Galas 

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Quezon City - Prompt action was taken by the District 4 Action Office, led by Action Officer Al Flores, and the QC Engineering Department in response to a request from the office of Councilor Irene Belmonte for a declogging operation in Brgy. San Isidro Galas.

In line with the request, the teams initiated a thorough cleaning of the drainage canals in the barangay. Additionally, they repaired several damaged manholes along Luzon street, spanning the entire length of the area.

Councilor Irene Belmonte's office commended the swift response and coordinated effort of the District 4 Action Office and the QC Engineering Department. The collaboration demonstrates the commitment of the local government to address the concerns raised by the community promptly.


The declogging operation and repairs carried out by the teams serve as a reminder to all QCitizens to maintain cleanliness in their surroundings by practicing proper waste disposal. Responsible waste management plays a crucial role in preventing clogged drains and ensuring the efficient flow of water during heavy rains.

The District 4 Action Office, together with the QC Engineering Department, remains dedicated to addressing community needs and ensuring the welfare of the residents. Their immediate response to Councilor Irene Belmonte's request reflects the city's commitment to providing efficient and responsive services to its constituents.

The successful operation serves as a reminder to everyone to be mindful of their actions and contribute to maintaining a clean and sustainable environment for the benefit of all Quezon City residents.

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