Tagum City – The development of the Phase I and II of the Mankilam Tagumpay Village finally kicks off after Mayor Allan L. Rellon gives the go signal to housing beneficiaries to start building their homes during the Groundbreaking Ceremony at Prk. Abaca, Mankilam, Tagum City last November 24, 2021.
The housing project is one of the banner programs of the Rellon Administration which is being led by the City Housing and Land Management Office (CHLMO). It can be recalled that the Mankilam Tagumpay Village is a 14-hectre housing development project which is divided into two; Tagumpay Balai Residences with a total area of 5.2 hectares and Mankilam Tagumpay Village with a total area of 9.2 hectares.
The 848 beneficiaries of the Mankilam Tagumpay Village will receive a standard 60 sq.m. lot each and will only have to pay 5 pesos per sq.m. monthly for the next five years. The groundbreaking ceremony serves as a go signal for beneficiaries to start building their dream homes. However, they will have to shoulder the expenses on raw materials but Mayor Rellon also emphasized that they can ask for assistance from the LGU subject to availability of needed materials.
The land development is set to start next year according to a CHLMO official.
The event was attended by Mayor Rellon himself, Vice Mayor Eva Lorraine Estabillo, 1st District Board Member Rod Laguna, City Officials, Department Heads, and LGU employees. Ziyarah Manalo/CIO Tagum
Mayor Allan L. Rellon reminds the 848 beneficiaries of the Mankilam Tagumpay Village that they should cherish this extraordinary gift which could not be availed by everyone. This is years-long dream of the beneficiaries and Mayor Rellon finally gave them the go signal to build their homes during the groundbreaking and take-off ceremony for phase 1 and 2. Vinz Davo/CIO Tagum
Mayor Allan L. Rellon, Vice Mayor Eva Lorraine Estabillo, Hon. Dmitri Sator, Hon. Cyril Alba, Hon. Renante Robles, and other officials led the ceremonial dropping of time capsule which signifies the start of the construction until its full realization. Vinz Davo/CIO Tagum