DENR to remove illegal structures
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Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu on Friday vowed to go after illegal structures along the Pasig River and all esteros in Metro Manila. Cimatu said the crackdown would harmonize the government’s rehabilitation efforts for the Pasig River and Manila Bay. He asserted his objective of recovering the easements of the Pasig River and its connecting tributaries or esteros as well as all waterways in the National Capital Region.
Araja, R. N. (2019, September 14). DENR to remove illegal structures. Manila Standard, p. A6.
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