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Soil erosion threatens Mlang bridge, houses

MLANG, North Cotabato  (NDBC/Sept. 29)- Maguindanaoan residents in Barangay Poblacion here are appealing to the Local Government Unit (LGU) for immediate assistance to ensure homes and properties, as well as a bridge, will be spared from calamity. 


Elsie Galman said their lives are endangered every time the Mlang River swells because some portion of their private lands are eroding. 

“At least three houses were swept by floods in our area,” Galman said. She added that the foundation of the steel bridge funded from the “Tulay ng Pangulo” project is also endangered of collapsing due to erosion. 

“If strong floods happen the bridge will surely give way,” Galman said. Galman disclosed a huge portion of the family owned lot that was already gone when floods struck, leaving at least three families homeless.

Amando Jaromay, Mlang engineering head, a report has been submitted to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), 1st engineering office regarding the issue. 

“We endorsed the problem to concerned agencies and we are still awaiting actions,” Jaromay said. Mlang LGU has also sent a letter request to the province’s lawmakers for possible assistance or funding for flood control project to prevent soil erosion and to safeguard the multi-million peso bridge project in the area. 


Engineer Ernesto Camposano of DPWH North Cotabato disclosed his office has no capacity to finance the construction of a flood control project. 

“We don’t have funds for the project,” Camposano said.  MLANG, North Cotabato  (NDBC/Sept. 29)- Maguindanaoan residents in Barangay Poblacion here are appealing to the Local Government Unit (LGU) for immediate assistance to ensure homes and properties, as well as a bridge, will be spared from calamity. 


Elsie Galman said their lives are endangered every time the Mlang River swells because some portion of their private lands are eroding. 

“At least three houses were swept by floods in our area,” Galman said. She added that the foundation of the steel bridge funded from the “Tulay ng Pangulo” project is also endangered of collapsing due to erosion. 

“If strong floods happen the bridge will surely give way,” Galman said. Galman disclosed a huge portion of the family owned lot that was already gone when floods struck, leaving at least three families homeless.

Amando Jaromay, Mlang engineering head, a report has been submitted to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), 1st engineering office regarding the issue. 

“We endorsed the problem to concerned agencies and we are still awaiting actions,” Jaromay said. Mlang LGU has also sent a letter request to the province’s lawmakers for possible assistance or funding for flood control project to prevent soil erosion and to safeguard the multi-million peso bridge project in the area. 

Engineer Ernesto Camposano of DPWH North Cotabato disclosed his office has no capacity to finance the construction of a flood control project. 

“We don’t have funds for the project,” Camposano said.  

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