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Marikina launches drainage rehab project

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Marikina City government has initiated a flood control project aimed at improving the drainage system in the area. One of the projects included in this initiative is the drainage rehabilitation and improvement, which involves the replacement of smaller pipes with larger ones. The larger pipes are expected to allow for a faster flow of water, which can be easily directed towards the Marikina River, thus reducing the risk of flooding in the streets.

The project is a joint effort of the local government of Marikina and Congresswoman Maan Teodoro.

With the help of the congresswoman's funding, the city has been able to undertake several beneficial projects, including this drainage improvement initiative. The project is expected to address the persistent flooding problem in the area and improve the overall flood control measures.


The project is a long-term solution that aims to prevent further damage caused by floods and heavy rains. With this initiative, the city government hopes to protect its residents and their properties from the devastating effects of floods.

The drainage rehabilitation and improvement project is just one of the many flood control measures that the city has undertaken to ensure the safety and well-being of its citizens.

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