New lawmaker vows to continue Radaza's projects in Lapu

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LAPU-LAPU City Lone District Representative-elect Cynthia “Cindi” King-Chan has vowed to finish all the ongoing projects of outgoing Representative Paz Radaza during her term.

King-Chan, the wife of reelected Lapu-Lapu City Mayor Junard “Ahong” Chan, told reporters on Friday, June 17, 2022, that she will push for the completion of

Radaza’s pending projects since the people expect her to finish them all.

“We will of course finish them kay naa naman na sa budget, na-budgetan naman na,” said the current chairperson of the city’s Cultural and Historical Affairs Commission.

King-Chan said they just have to request the contractors and the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) to expedite the ongoing projects, particularly on roads.

She also revealed that Radaza, who was defeated in the mayoral race, expressed willingness to turn over the documents she would like to have.

The outgoing district representative, however, reportedly told King-Chan to come up with a list of documents she wants to be turned over.

Meanwhile, King-Chan also said she already requested all the 30 barangays in the city to submit their wishlist of projects for funding from the national government.

The incoming district representative said she will look for a way to get additional funding, particularly for the projects not included in the 2023 budget, as she expressed hope that she will be part of several committees in the Congress. (MKG)

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