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Business leaders check status of new Can-iwan Seaport

July 4- 10, 2016

Some SLCCI officers and members, together with Maasin City Councilor Nestor Sy, visited the Guadalupe Seaport at Can-iwan last week. Their objective was to see the actual status of the seaport and why it has not yet been operating. Barangay Captain Guadalupe Cutamora informed the group that recently a fishing boat docked there to deliver fish to Maasin but this was not a regular activity. She said that she has requested our city officials to maximize the use of the new port to increase economic activity in the barangay. Upon ocular inspection, the SLCCI group confirmed that the pier was still too shallow, and this was why shipping lines refused to dock there. Dredging the shallow parts was therefore recommended. Geographically located, the Can-iwan seaport is strategic for trips to Ubay, Bohol and Cebu, especially during the habagat season. With this first-hand information, SLCCI assured the barangay officials that it would help them. The people’s money has already been spent for the construction of the seaport and we must make sure it is built correctly.




 

 

 

   

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