Welcome and face 2020 with a positive energy! Bacolod City will experience nice weather this week, so ready your wheels as it’s the perfect time for long drives and tours! Meanwhile, since the traffic in Bacolod has worsened, Mayor Leonardia is working on reactivating the Traffic Council to ease traffic situation. Lastly, it is confirmed that the province of Negros has partnered with Talarak Foundation Inc. (TFI) and Association of Negros Producers (ANP) to promote Negros products and conserve wildlife. Read on for the full details.
Weather Advisory: Sunny days ahead
Bacolodnons kicked off the year with smiles because of the good weather. Sunny days will be maintained in Bacolod City this week with some increasing cloudiness and some afternoon showers in spots. You may want to extend your vacation, as there are so many things you can do given the nice weather ahead. The temperature this week in Bacolod will run from 29 °C to 31 °C .
Traffic News: Traffic council to strengthen traffic plan again in Bacolod
To address the traffic problem in the city, Bacolod City Mayor Evelio Leonardia planned to reactivate the Traffic Council to help the Bacolod Traffic Authority Office (BTAO) . He added that the increasing number of vehicles being registered in Bacolod also contributed to the traffic congestion.
With the help of Traffic Council, Leonardia said that they will assess and evaluate the situation and come up with policies to guide the authorities. To finalize the implementation of the traffic master plan in the city, the mayor assigned the task to Executive Assistant George Zulueta. Recommendations to address the traffic situation in Bacolod were also received from the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA).
Travel Update: Buglas Village to home Negros products and conservation wildlife
It is confirmed that the Talarak Foundation Inc. (TFI), which runs the Negros Forest Park, and the Association of Negros Producers (ANP), which showcases Negros-made products, are going to partner with the Negros provincial government for the conservation of wildlife and promotion of Negros-made products .
Negros Occidental Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson signed agreements with TFI President Dino Gutierrez and ANP President Arlene Infante to use Buglas Village, a Negros Occidental provincial government-owned property for free for 25 years. The said property is located inside the Negros Forest Park at the South Capitol Road in Bacolod City. TFI said that they are grateful to the provincial government for securing a home for our critically endangered species and rainforest in the heart of Bacolod.
Christina Gaston, ANP chairperson said that the partnership between the province and the private sector, ANP and Talarak Foundation will also help develop Micro Small and Medium Enterprises of Negros. The 1,000 square meters area inside the Negros Forest Park will be build next year.
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