Boracay Island cleanup to continue this Holy Week
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“We have five months to go. We have to fast track already,” Cimatu said in a media interview Tuesday. He said the priority is to solve the island’s drainage and sewerage system problems, as well as to continue the crackdown on illegal establishments on easements, and buildings encroaching on forestland and wetlands. As of March 23, the DENR has already issued 74 notices to establishments encroaching on forestlands and wetlands to vacate.
Boracay Island cleanup to continue this Holy Week. (2018, March 29). Panay News, pp. B1, B2.
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