Manila Bay rehab: raps eyed vs uncooperative lgus
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An interagency task force is set to file charges against local officials who have not been cooperating with government efforts to clean up Manila Bay. “[The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG)] is now preparing the filing of cases against noncompliant [local government units] in the implementation of the Clean Air, and Clean Water and Solid Waste Management acts, in supposed compliance with the [Supreme Court order],” said Donna Mayor-Gordove, executive director of the Manila Bay Coordinating Council, on Friday. The filing of charges was part of the “operational plan in coastal strategy” that the interagency “technical thinking group” was taking as part of initial steps in the waterway’s rehabilitation.
Gascon, M. (2018, December 22). Manila Bay rehab: raps eyed vs uncooperative LGUs. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A8.
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