Fire victims relocated toTanza Ville Subdivision

THE 103 families displaced by the fire in Brgy. 7 have fi nally been relocated to Tanza Ville Subdivision, a government housing in Brgy. Tanza. The families moved in to their new homes after temporarily staying at the Rufi na Andrada Santos Memorial School.
A ceremonial turnover was led by Roxas City Mayor Ronnie Dadivas last March 6. The housing at Tanza Ville Subdivision was originally a project of the National Housing Authority (NHA). With the tragic fi re last
February 27, the Dadivas administration tapped the NHA to provide housing units at Tanza Ville Subdivision for the fire victims.
The relocation site is called Poluy-an sang Pagla-um (House of Hope), where the fire victims settlers were provided with electrical connections by the Capiz Electric Cooperative (CAPELCO) and water connections by the Metro Roxas Water District (MRWD). The Gerry Roxas Foundation also installed water refilling station.
The fire victims also received financial assistance from the Roxas City Government, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD-6), Senator Loren Legarda, and House Speaker Martin Romualdez. Also present during the ceremonial turnover were Roxas City Vice Mayor Teresa “Inday” Almalbis, Capiz Vice Governor James “Mitang” Magbanua (who represented Governor Fredenil Castro), Congressman “James” Jojo Ang Jr. of USWAG Ilonggo Partylist, and Paolo Roxas of Gerry Roxas Foundation.
Meanwhile, Senator Imee Marcos also gave cash assistance of P10,000 each last March 8 at Dinggoy Roxas Civic Center.