Malay water district gets P61-million aid

MALAY, Aklan – The Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) offered a financial aid to develop Malay Water District’s (MWD) supply systems.

LWUA will be allotting P61 million for MWD’s water district expansion and water supply improvement which includes construction of water treatment plant, development of new water sources and laying of kilometer-long pipelines in Malay’s nine barangays.

LWUA chief Jeci Lapus led the ceremonial signing in Quezon City with MWD general manager Mayloudy Prado, MWD Board chair Ruben Antero, and LWUA Portfolio Management Department officer Catalino Canchuela.

The MWD facility upgrade is seen to improve the delivery of water services to consumers in the local area from Barangay Caticlan to Barangay Poblacion.

It will also provide benefits to businesses and local residents in mainland Malay. (With a report from Akean Forum/PN)


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