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This Week in Bacolod (February 3 to 9, 2019)

Bacolod’s festive Bacoloadiat Festival ends this week.

By: Yoorekka Team | February 03, 2019

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The pleasant weather this week will give you good feels. You can also enjoy the Bacoloadiat Festival in Bacolod City with no worries, as the city will provide ample security personnel for this five-day celebration. For seafood lovers, the province is working hand in hand to hasten the completion of the Pala Pala Food Terminal by second quarter this year.


Weather Advisory: Fair weather condition with a momentary rain


On Sunday, February 3, the city will experience pleasant weather, great for a nice Sunday out with family and friends. It is only on Monday, February 4, that the city will experience heavy showers in the morning. But, clear skies and pleasant weather will give you good vibes during the Chinese New Year, Tuesday, February 5 until the weekend. This week’s temperature will range from 30°C to 31°C [1].


Traffic News: Security plan is ready for Bacolaodiat Festival


The Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) is going to deploy security personnel consisting of 1,720 police, traffic enforcers, and force multipliers for the 14th Bacolaodiat Festival on February 1 to 5.




Chief Inspector Lester Leada stated that 400 augmentation personnel from the Police Regional Office of Western Visayas in Iloilo City are expected to join the existing 600 BCPO personnel to help maintain the festival’s security. He added that about 400 force multipliers and volunteers from different anti-criminality groups will also be part of the team.

BCPO’s objective is to have zero major incidents. Part of their security measures during the festival is placing three watch towers at the Bacolod City Government Center (BCGC) to oversee the people and vehicles on the ground.

To have an organized traffic scheme in this five-day event, a total of 320 enforcers will be deployed. BTAO also plans to implement a one-way traffic scheme in Lacson Street and the BCGC area, where parades will be held and public utility vehicles are expected to pass by during the festival. While BCGC is located along the Circumferential Road, trucks passing by should strictly follow the existing truck bans from 4 PM to 7 PM [2].




Travel Update: New food hub in the city soon to rise


Good news, seafood lovers! The province was advised to fast-track the completion of the Pala-Pala Food Terminal in Bacolod City. Acting Provincial Administrator Lucille Gelvolea said that Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. will turn over the PhP115-million food terminal before June 30 this year.

Along with the food terminal is a two-story building for seminar function rooms and other special gatherings. The target completion date of the project is set on the second quarter of this year. [3].


Visit Yoorekka to see what’s on in Bacolod City and the entire Negros province.



References:
[1] https://bit.ly/2LU4iZW
[2] https://bit.ly/2DLOx2i
[3] https://bit.ly/2CVGVZs
[4] https://bit.ly/2GfHGzU

Palawan, travel, things to do


The pleasant weather this week will give you good feels. You can also enjoy the Bacoloadiat Festival in Bacolod City with no worries, as the city will provide ample security personnel for this five-day celebration. For seafood lovers, the province is working hand in hand to hasten the completion of the Pala Pala Food Terminal by second quarter this year.


Weather Advisory: Fair weather condition with a momentary rain


On Sunday, February 3, the city will experience pleasant weather, great for a nice Sunday out with family and friends. It is only on Monday, February 4, that the city will experience heavy showers in the morning. But, clear skies and pleasant weather will give you good vibes during the Chinese New Year, Tuesday, February 5 until the weekend. This week’s temperature will range from 30°C to 31°C [1].


Traffic News: Security plan is ready for Bacolaodiat Festival


The Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) is going to deploy security personnel consisting of 1,720 police, traffic enforcers, and force multipliers for the 14th Bacolaodiat Festival on February 1 to 5.




Chief Inspector Lester Leada stated that 400 augmentation personnel from the Police Regional Office of Western Visayas in Iloilo City are expected to join the existing 600 BCPO personnel to help maintain the festival’s security. He added that about 400 force multipliers and volunteers from different anti-criminality groups will also be part of the team.

BCPO’s objective is to have zero major incidents. Part of their security measures during the festival is placing three watch towers at the Bacolod City Government Center (BCGC) to oversee the people and vehicles on the ground.

To have an organized traffic scheme in this five-day event, a total of 320 enforcers will be deployed. BTAO also plans to implement a one-way traffic scheme in Lacson Street and the BCGC area, where parades will be held and public utility vehicles are expected to pass by during the festival. While BCGC is located along the Circumferential Road, trucks passing by should strictly follow the existing truck bans from 4 PM to 7 PM [2].




Travel Update: New food hub in the city soon to rise


Good news, seafood lovers! The province was advised to fast-track the completion of the Pala-Pala Food Terminal in Bacolod City. Acting Provincial Administrator Lucille Gelvolea said that Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. will turn over the PhP115-million food terminal before June 30 this year.

Along with the food terminal is a two-story building for seminar function rooms and other special gatherings. The target completion date of the project is set on the second quarter of this year. [3].


Visit Yoorekka to see what’s on in Bacolod City and the entire Negros province.



References:
[1] https://bit.ly/2LU4iZW
[2] https://bit.ly/2DLOx2i
[3] https://bit.ly/2CVGVZs
[4] https://bit.ly/2GfHGzU

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