Legaspi Airport Project Torched

May 20, 2012
Albay Airport Project was attacked by leftest communist members over the weekend resulting to damages to construction equipment owned by  Sunwest Construction and Development Corp. (SCDC) amounting to P70 million pesos.The South Luzon International Airport (SLIA) is a P3.4-billion project funded by the national government located at a 400-hectare land in Alobo, Daraga town, some 10 kilometers from Legazpi City.

Albay Gov. Joey Salceda said P600 million was released this year to start the construction of roads leading to the airport site. The project is slated for completion in the last quarter of 2014.

In Pictures from the Philippine Star.--- Gov. Salceda inspects the construction equipment torched by communist rebels at the airport site in Barangay Alobo, Daraga town on Friday night.                                                            Edd Gumban











1 comment:

  1. Ugh, these kinds of people are the reason why we're still stuck in this hole we are in. I've got a dare for you communist rebels and even those muslim radicals down south. Instead of bringing guns and torches around, shooting and burning stuff, why don't you pick up a shovel and build something for a change. That's the best way you can help your own people. You want a separate government when you can't even do something worthwhile under this one? That's just sad... (I don't have anything against communists and muslims, the only problems are the ones who think they are all mean and stuff and think they can just burn and destroy as they please)

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