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Marikina installs LED lights in Barangay San Roque

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Marikina City's Ilaw ng Pag-Asa project continues to shine bright with the recent inauguration of new LED streetlights in Kapitan Miyong Street, Barangay San Roque. Congresswoman Maan Teodoro and Mayor Marcy Teodoro led the lighting ceremony, which aims to provide better lighting for the safety and security of residents.

The use of LED lights is part of the city's effort to reduce electricity consumption and promote energy efficiency. It also provides brighter and longer-lasting illumination compared to traditional light bulbs.

The Marikina City government, with the help of Congresswoman Maan Teodoro, has been installing streetlights in small roads, alleys, and interior areas close to residential houses.


This initiative, called Missionary Lighting, provides lighting for areas that are typically not commercially viable for electricity providers like Meralco.

The project is part of the city's Ilaw ng Pag-Asa program, which aims to light up and secure the dark spots in Marikina City. The Congresswoman's allocated funds from the Congress are being put to good use, providing benefits to the people of Marikina City such as better road infrastructure, river dredging, and now, better lighting for the community.

Residents are grateful for the project and appreciate the efforts of the local government to improve their quality of life.

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