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This Week in Bacolod (August 4 to 10, 2019)

Get news on the proposed eco-park, Magikland's opening, and more developments slated in Bacolod!

By: Yoorekka Team | August 04, 2019

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Bacolod, weather, travel, things to do

Most of the days this week in Bacolod will continue to see light to heavy rains. Although the sun will show up quickly, always bring protection from the rain when heading out. Meanwhile, Representative Greg Gasataya once again refiled the Metropolitan Bacolod Development Authority (MBDA) bill. For travel updates, various government agencies pledged their support for an eco-park in Cadiz City. Finally, the long wait is over for the people of Cadiz as Magikland Theme Park is set to open this coming October. For the full details, keep reading!


Weather Advisory: Gear up to battle more rains and thunderstorms


More rainy mornings and afternoons are to be expected this month. The gloomy skies will lead to thunderstorms and heavy rains in most parts of the city. The good news is that the sun will come out before the weekend. However, there is still a chance for a thunderstorm to take place so keep yourselves safe and dry. The forecast temperature for this week ranges from 29 °C to 32 °C [1].


Traffic News: Metropolitan Bacolod Development Authority (MBDA) bill refiled


Bacolod City Lone District Representative Greg Gasataya has refiled House Bill No. 2688, which seeks to establish the Metropolitan Bacolod Development Authority (MBDA) in Bacolod City [2].



This bill aims to help in the development planning, transport and traffic management, solid waste disposal and sewage management in the city. The committee will also be handling urban renewal, zoning, health and sanitation, public safety, among other matters. If this bill is passed, the MBDA will also direct a special development and administrative unit. The authority will be under the supervision of the Department of Interior and Local Government.

Meanwhile, the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) in Western Visayas revealed that the master plan for the proposed Metropolitan Bacolod is underway. Representative Greg Gasataya has stated his support for this move, as it can boost the economy of the entire province. This move could also pave the way to developing a center of tourism, manufacturing, information and communications technology, and business.


Travel Updates


Eco-park in Cadiz City will have the Government’s support

The people of Cadiz noted with great pleasure that various government agencies support the proposed eco-park development at Barangay Caduha-an in Cadiz City [3]. In the Dalayapan Ecopark Concept Plan Presentation and Meeting at the Northland Resort Hotel in Manapla, various agencies vowed to provide financial and technical support for the development.



Attendees include representatives from the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (Penro), Negros Occidental Tourism Division (NOTD), Office of the Provincial Agriculturist (OPA) and Cadiz City Government.

Urban planner Lawyer Eli Gatanela and landscape architect Chris Xanthy Abuan presented the Dalayapan Agrarian Reform Cooperative’s (Darco) concept plan.


Magikland to officially open in October

One of the most awaited events by the people of Negros will finally happen this October: the official opening of newest tourist destination in the country, Magikland Theme Park. The amusement park will open this coming October 2019, in time for the 40th MassKara Festival [4].



Bantug, one of the owners, said that Magikland is set to bring fun and exceptional leisure to the people of Negros. This amusement park is built according to the highest possible safety standards governed by international rules and regulations in the amusement industry.


For more news and updates on Bacolod, visit Yoorekka.



Sources:
[1] http://bit.ly/2CKBBJ1
[2] http://bit.ly/2MwsLEy
[3] http://bit.ly/2GFINbe
[4] http://bit.ly/2K8Mw3h

Bacolod, weather, travel, things to do

Most of the days this week in Bacolod will continue to see light to heavy rains. Although the sun will show up quickly, always bring protection from the rain when heading out. Meanwhile, Representative Greg Gasataya once again refiled the Metropolitan Bacolod Development Authority (MBDA) bill. For travel updates, various government agencies pledged their support for an eco-park in Cadiz City. Finally, the long wait is over for the people of Cadiz as Magikland Theme Park is set to open this coming October. For the full details, keep reading!


Weather Advisory: Gear up to battle more rains and thunderstorms


More rainy mornings and afternoons are to be expected this month. The gloomy skies will lead to thunderstorms and heavy rains in most parts of the city. The good news is that the sun will come out before the weekend. However, there is still a chance for a thunderstorm to take place so keep yourselves safe and dry. The forecast temperature for this week ranges from 29 °C to 32 °C [1].


Traffic News: Metropolitan Bacolod Development Authority (MBDA) bill refiled


Bacolod City Lone District Representative Greg Gasataya has refiled House Bill No. 2688, which seeks to establish the Metropolitan Bacolod Development Authority (MBDA) in Bacolod City [2].



This bill aims to help in the development planning, transport and traffic management, solid waste disposal and sewage management in the city. The committee will also be handling urban renewal, zoning, health and sanitation, public safety, among other matters. If this bill is passed, the MBDA will also direct a special development and administrative unit. The authority will be under the supervision of the Department of Interior and Local Government.

Meanwhile, the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) in Western Visayas revealed that the master plan for the proposed Metropolitan Bacolod is underway. Representative Greg Gasataya has stated his support for this move, as it can boost the economy of the entire province. This move could also pave the way to developing a center of tourism, manufacturing, information and communications technology, and business.


Travel Updates


Eco-park in Cadiz City will have the Government’s support

The people of Cadiz noted with great pleasure that various government agencies support the proposed eco-park development at Barangay Caduha-an in Cadiz City [3]. In the Dalayapan Ecopark Concept Plan Presentation and Meeting at the Northland Resort Hotel in Manapla, various agencies vowed to provide financial and technical support for the development.



Attendees include representatives from the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (Penro), Negros Occidental Tourism Division (NOTD), Office of the Provincial Agriculturist (OPA) and Cadiz City Government.

Urban planner Lawyer Eli Gatanela and landscape architect Chris Xanthy Abuan presented the Dalayapan Agrarian Reform Cooperative’s (Darco) concept plan.


Magikland to officially open in October

One of the most awaited events by the people of Negros will finally happen this October: the official opening of newest tourist destination in the country, Magikland Theme Park. The amusement park will open this coming October 2019, in time for the 40th MassKara Festival [4].



Bantug, one of the owners, said that Magikland is set to bring fun and exceptional leisure to the people of Negros. This amusement park is built according to the highest possible safety standards governed by international rules and regulations in the amusement industry.


For more news and updates on Bacolod, visit Yoorekka.



Sources:
[1] http://bit.ly/2CKBBJ1
[2] http://bit.ly/2MwsLEy
[3] http://bit.ly/2GFINbe
[4] http://bit.ly/2K8Mw3h

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