90 housing units for Yolanda victims to be turned over by December

By: Victor Anthony V. Silva November 20,2016 - 10:46 AM


At least 90 housing units in Barangay Antipolo, Medellin have been committed for turn over for Yolanda victims before December 1 this year.

Project Engineer Elizer dela Paz of RFN Construction and Development Corp., the project contractor, said they are only having minor issues with the procurement of materials but their target is doable.

The project is worth P182 million and stands on a 4.7-hectare area. Each housing unit, totaling 631, measures 28.4 square meters.

With water and electricity available on-site already, Presidential Assistant for Visayas Michael Dino said he doesn’t see a reason why families cannot move in to their new houses yet.

RFN also committed to finish all 631 units by March next year and turn them over to beneficiaries by April.

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