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Old June 22nd, 2011, 09:07 PM   #81
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DOTC official confirms 2 mega projects in Pangasinan to push through

DAGUPAN CITY, June 21 (PNA) - A top official of the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) has confirmed that the construction of an international shipping port and the Pangasinan Airport in western Pangasinan will definitely push through.


DOTC Undersecretary Dante M. Velasco told newsmen here Monday that funds for these mega projects under the Aquino administration are already available and expressed confidence that construction will begin soon in the seaport in Sual town.

On the other hand, construction of the Pangasinan Airport already started last year, initially with the acquisition of lands that will form part of the facility's runway.

Velasco, a native of Dagupan City, was interviewed by newsmen after he addressed the 64th charter anniversary celebration of Dagupan City called "Agew na Dagupan" at the Dagupan People's Astrodome.

The International Seaport is set to be constructed in what is known as Baquioen Bay within the Sual Cove, a natural harbor for ocean-going vessels west of the Lingayen Gulf.

Groundbreaking for the seaport project was already made during the first quarter of last year in a ceremony spearheaded by Goverwnor Amado Espino Jr., officials of the DOTC, Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) and the Sual municipal government.

Velasco said he already talked with PPA officials about the project and was informed that high officials of PPA already came to Pangasinan to inform Governor Espino that the project will push through.

He said the seaport project was already started late last year but it was discontinued due to right-of-way problem which he expects to be resolved soon.

Meanwhile, First District Board Member Teofilo Humilde Jr., in a separate interview Tuesday, said that the construction of the runway of the proposed Pangasinan Airport being pushed by Alaminos City Mayor Hernani Braganza is now going on using fresh funds released by President Benigno Aquino III.

The new funds boosted the funding released by the Department of Budget and Management in early part of last year which was used for land acquisition for the proposed runway.

Humilde, who was vice mayor of Alaminos City when the Pangasinan Airport was started, expects that construction of the project will be intensified with the assumption of former Senator Mar Roxas as new secretary of DOTC on July 1.

Velasco said that once the two projects are realized, it would boost the potentials of Pangasinan as a major investment hub and destination of domestic and foreign tourists in the Philippines and Asia. (PNA)
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Old June 26th, 2011, 01:37 AM   #82
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bakit yung fish port sa sual pa? ayaw talaga nila i-develop ang central pangasinan, Dagupan in particular, kase andun ang market, or talagang espesyal yan para sa western pangasinan? putting those huge infrastructures are huge gambles unlike if they put in dagupan city or nearby towns.

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Old June 26th, 2011, 02:37 AM   #83
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oo nga, napansin ko nga rin yan. sa Pangasinan lang talaga hiwa-hiwalay ang mga infrastructure tulad ng airport, fish port at shipping port , kung icompara sa subic/olongapo, metro manila, ilo-ilo, cebu, davao at zamboanga...nasa iisang location or magkakakalapit at located sa kanilang major urban centers. di ka kaya dahil western pangasinan is ilokano speaking? dapat magkaroon din ang Pangasinan speaking region ng Airport, shipping port at sea port, pwede rin kaseng maging major tourist attraction yun at will enable central Pangasinan to develop its shore lines
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Old June 26th, 2011, 03:03 AM   #84
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haay naku, kung sa Dagupan yan gagawin, baka bizarre na naman ang design dahil andyan yung Fernandez/Lim clans, baka kamag-anak nila na call center agents na instantly turned into architects//engineers ang magiging in-charge sa mga projects na ganyan
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Old June 26th, 2011, 05:28 AM   #85
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bakit nga ba mahilig sila magpatayo ng major infrastructure in the middle of nowhere? baka scam na naman yan
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Old June 26th, 2011, 06:29 AM   #86
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eh ang may kasalanan dyan yung mga may-ari ng mga hotels at ibang businesses sa Dagupan, wala silang voice sa mga usaping ganyan, malamang dahil puro mga chinese at medyo di pa highly developed ang knowledge ng mga Pangasinanse sa mga ganyan another factor ay siyempre kung Ilocano speaking yung in-charge siyempre ilalagay sa lugar na puro ilocano ang nakatira, pero ang sa akin lang, baka umpisa na yan ng malawakang corruption ng bagong regime

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malakas nga ang western pangasinan, biruin mo, konti business establishments at rural areas pa pero nadadaig pa amng ga highly populous but town of central pangasinan where the major market and businesses are located...mukhang kaduda-duda nga transactioon na yan, malaki siguro makukuha ni bugok dyan
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Old July 7th, 2011, 09:21 AM   #88
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Base sa backread ko may itatayong parang Industrial/Economic zone sa Alaminos at Sual.

So tama lang siguro yang mga ports na yan na itayo sa mga lugar na yan.
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Old July 7th, 2011, 10:39 PM   #89
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4 key projects being built, 2 others endorsed in Pangasinan
By Leonardo V. Micua

DAGUPAN CITY, July 6 (PNA) — The Regional Development Council (RDC) has announced here that four key infrastructure projects are now ongoing in Pangasinan which, when completed, can help sustain the growth and momentum not only of the province but also the whole of Region 1.

These were bared by Dr. Leonardo Quitos, regional director of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) who is also RDC vice chairman, in a briefing before members of the Pangasinan Press Club (PPC) here on July 6.

All these projects, said Quitos, can help sustain the economy of the region, as Pangasinan is a major contributor to the growth of the Ilocos, given that its population and arable land, comprise more than 50 percent of the region's total.

Leading these important major projects are the P14-billion Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Toll Expressway Project (TPLUTEP) which is now 34.33 percent complete, being built parallel to the existing Manila north road under the build-operate–transfer scheme with the Department of Public Works and Highways as the implementing agency.

To be connected to the Manila North Expressway and to the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway, the project will cut travel time from Manila and Subic to Baguio City and San Fernando City, La Union passing through Pangasinan when completed in 2030.

Another big project is the Sual Seaport being constructed within the Sual Cove in Sual town whose construction had been ongoing since May this year.

The technical plan for the project was already approved in March 2011 and construction immediately started in May 2011 using the initial P80.25 million released by the Department of Transportation and Communication.

Being implemented by the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), the project needs a budget of P400 to P500 million in order to be completed.

Also ongoing, according to Quitos, is the Pangasinan Airport in Alaminos under the DOTC’s Air Transportation Office (ATO) where land acquisition was already started using the initial P37 million released by DOTC and an additional P75 million this year.

The project, said Director Quitos, has a total project cost of P4 billion and will be a big boon to tourists and businessmen from other regions visiting Pangasinan.

On the other hand, the Agno River Integrated Irrigation Project (ARIIP), which seeks to irrigate 34,000 hectares of land in 17 towns of eastern and central Pangasinan, including a few towns in northern Tarlac and northern Nueva Ecija, is now P54 percent complete.

Including its re-regulating pond component, which is being built with P4 billion from China’s Import and Export Bank, the project’s total cost is P11.3 billion and is expected to be completed in December 2013.

Quitos admitted that RDC endorsed Phase III of the Lower Agno River Flood Control Project to the Office of Development Assistance (ODA) but the project is yet to be implemented.

It was learned that Japanese Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) withdrew as a funding source for Phase III after funding Phase I and II of the project.

RDC is however looking at either Spain, Finland, South Korea or China as possible funding source for Phase III.

Reiterating the importance of Phase III of the project, Governor Amado Espino Jr. said floods in Pangasinan will still continue unless the segment of the Agno River from Bayambang, Rosales, Sta. Maria, Asingan and San Manuel, dredged and improved.

Phase III needs a P3.4-billion funding, said Quitos. Phases I and II of the project were already completed, both of which were funded by JBIC, through the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

Quitos said that another very important project is the Allied River Improvement Project, proposed by then Speaker Jose de Venecia Jr. to finally stop the floods in central Pangasinan caused by the perennial overflowing of the Pantal-Sinocalan River from Sta. Barbara to Dagupan; and the Cayanga River in San Fabian.

He said that although RDC already endorsed the project, external funding source is yet to be tapped. (PNA)
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Pangasinan leads in infra projects

By LIEZLE BASA IÑIGO
July 9, 2011, 4:36pm

DAGUPAN CITY, Philippines — Pangasinan ranks first among the provinces in Region 1 on the number of ongoing infrastructure projects.

National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Region 1 Director Leonardo N. Quitos Jr. told reporters Wednesday that eight projects in the province are under different stages of development.

Three of the projects are inter-town highways that will connect to other provinces, while the rest are water resources projects involving the construction of irrigation systems and flood control structures.

Among the transportation projects are the 84.5 km, four-lane Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Toll Expressway Project (TPLUTE), costing P14.6 billion; the Roll On-Roll Off (Ro-Ro) ramp in Sual Port (P80.3 million) and the Alaminos Airport Development Project (P3.6 billion).

The water resources projects are the Agno River Integrated Irrigation Project (ARIIP), costing P11.25 billion; Lower Agno River Irrigation System Rehabilitation Project (P858 million); Agno Flood Control Project, Phase II, (P3.49 billion); Agno Flood Control Project, Phase III, (P3.48 billion) and Allied Rivers Improvement Project (ARIP), (P5.24 billion).

According to Quiros, the projects were sometimes delayed because of legal issues, like when they reach town boundaries.

Second District Congressman Leopoldo Bataoil promised Quiros he will sponsor a bill that will resolve such issues.

The government agencies implementing the projects are the Department of Transportation and Communications (DoTC), National Irrigation Administration (NIA), and the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).
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35 mega projects endorsed by RDC in Region 1 for next six years
By Leonardo V. Micua

DAGUPAN CITY, July 13 (PNA) — Thirty-five proposed programs and projects in Region 1 were endorsed by the Regional Development Council (RDC) for strategic investment programming for the next six years starting this year.

National Economic and Development (NEDA) Regional Director Leonardo Quitos, RDC vice chairman, said these projects, targeted to cost several billions of pesos, are along the lines of agribusiness, trade, industry and tourism, social development and infrastructure development.

All these programs and projects were proposed to be built in Pangasinan, La Union, Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte provinces.

The agribusiness projects include the development of integrated laboratory support facility, a mini-fish processing plant, Carabao Industry Development Program, Department of Agriculture-Department of Agrarian Reform-Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DA-DAR-DENR) Convergence Program, Deep Sea Commercial Fishing, and Establishment/Maintenance of Multi-Species Hatcheries.

For trade, industry and tourism, RDC endorsed the establishment of Commodity Exchange Center thru E-marketing; Product Branding and Certification, Tri-City Tourism Project for San Fernandez, Alaminos and Dagupan cities; Economic Trade and Development Zone; improvement of the Hundred Islands National Park and establishment of Sual Industrial Estate Development.

There were only two social development projects that were endorsed. These are the establishment of the Cancer Institute and Hospice Care at the Mariano Marcos Memorial Hospital and Medical Center in Ilocos Norte and the establishment of the Pangasinan Heart and Lung Center at the Region 1 Medical Center in Dagupan City.

The rest of the proposed projects are on infrastructure development.

These are the Upland Access Road Development Project, Candon City By-pass Road, Aluling Bridge along Tagudin-Cervantes road which is ongoing; Pangasinan-Nueva Vizcaya Road, Western Urdaneta By-p[ass Road, Currimao Port Development, Salomague Port Development, Restoration of Vigan Heritage Port;

San Fernando Port Improvement, Laoag International Port Upgrading, Vigan Airport Development, Alaminos Airport Development Project, which is also ongoing; Lingayen Airport Development, 85 Mega-watt Burgos Windpower in Ilocos Norte; Water Harvesting Program, repair, rehab, restoration and preventive maintenance of existing National Irrigation Systems and Communal Irrigation Systems, National Irrigation Sector Rehab and Improvement Project, Amburayan River Flood Control Project, Allied Rivers Improvement Project, Inter-regional Watersheds Management Program, Agno River Basin Management Program and Minerals Development Project. (PNA)
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Urdaneta road widening, pedestrian overpass to ease traffic in the city

by Miriam P. Aquino

SAN FERNANDO CITY, La Union July 12 (PIA) -- Pedestrian users and commuters coming in and out of Urdaneta City in Pangasinan will soon feel the benefits of the widening of the Manila North Road (MNR) and construction of the pedestrian overpass in this city, this was stated recently by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) I regional director Veniedo O. Reyes.

DPWH1 Public Relations Officer II Esper Tinaza said that the construction of the pedestrian overpass is part of the project on the improvement/widening of the MNR in the city which includes the construction of the Portland Cement Concrete Pavement (PCCP) sidewalk with curve gutter, lateral drainage with manhole and the road right of way acquisition.

In the previous years, Urdaneta is common to commuters to and from the Northern Luzon passing through the national highway, as “an area of so much traffic congestion.”

Pedestrians and road users alike experienced the risk of possible road accidents which also paved the way for the construction of the pedestrian overpass that crosses from the Urdaneta 168 Mall (formerly the public market area) to the other side of the highway.

During his recent actual site inspection, Reyes assured that the project which is seen to be completed come September 2011, will benefit motorists passing through the national highway (MNR). Travel time to the north coming from Manila and vice-versa will be reduced because traffic will be decongested.

“Malaki ang tulong nito sa pagluwag ng traffic at mailalayo naman sa anumang aksidente ang mga taong tatawid dahil ligtas sila sa dadaanan nilang pedestrian overpass”, Reyes added.

The project started on March 25, 2010 and is implemented by the DPWH Pangasinan 3rd District Engineering Office (P3DEO) in Tumana, Rosales,Pangasinan and is expected to be completed on September 06, 2011.

Director Reyes was assisted by Regional Maintenance Chief, Cornelio G. Amita and P3DEO, OIC, District Engineer Emannuel W. Diaz in this inspection activities, Tinaza reported. (JCR/MPA-PIA 1 L a Union with reports from EVT/DPWH
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Officials test road connecting Zambales, Pangasinan


Saturday, August 6, 2011


ZAMBALES and Pangasinan officials tested a new access road together with 4 wheel drive clubs and motocross racing team that will connect the two provinces anew.

The new road, which is still muddy and can only be maneuvered by 4x4 vehicles and motocross bikes, was personally tested by Zambales Governor Germogenes Ebdane Jr. and Pangasinan seconnd district Representative Leopoldo Bataoil.

The new road according to Ebdane would be a 54-kilometer mountainside, which he added would be an adventure for commuters because of the new route, sceneries and the lush forest adventure.

The new road will start in Barangay Muelang, Mangatarem, Pangasinan all the way up to Guisguis, Sta Cruz and will end in Sinabacan, Candelaria, Zambales.
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PIA Press Release
Monday, August 08, 2011


Tagalog news: DPWH1 tinututukan ang Banela bridge project

ni Miriam P. Aquno

SAN FERNANDO CITY, La Union, Agosto 8 (PIA)
-- Binibigyang prayoridad ng Department of Public Works and Highways 1 (DPWH 1) upang matapos na ang proyektong tulay ng Banela sa Umingan, Pangasinan, ayon kay DPWH 1 Direktor Veniedo O. Reyes.

Ayon kay Reyes, ang tulay ng Banela na itinatayo sa ibabaw ng Banela River sa naturang lugar ay nagdudugtong sa mga bayan ng San Quintin, at Umingan sa lalawigan ng Pangasinan.

Minamadali ang konstruksiyon ng naturang tulay na papalit sa luma at sirang Reinforced Concrete Deck Girder (RCDG) bridge na ipinagawa pa noon ng gobyernong lokal ng probinsiya.


Kabilang sa Phase I ng proyektong Banela bridge na pinondohan sa kontratang nagkakahalaga ng P 144,251,560.94 at natapos noong Marso 17, 2010 ay ang lahat ng mga pundasyon (substructures), malalaking beam (girders), diaphragms, partial slope protection at embankment sa pambungad o approach ‘A’ nito.

Nagpalabas na rin sa ilalim ng DPWH Infrastructure Program (Phase II) ngayong taon ng halagang P70 milyon upang matapos ang tulay kabilang na ang pambungad o approaches, maging ang river dike protection nito.

Sa kaniyang pagi-inspeksiyon sa nabanggit na lugar kung saan kasama niya ang DPWH Regional Maintenance Chief na si Cornelio G. Amita, Project Engineer Jimmy Reyes at Resident Engineer Alfredo Cayabyab, nagbigay din ng kaseguruhan si Reyes na isusulong nila ang pagpapabago o pagtataas ng kalidad ng mga tulay sa bansa at sisiguruhin din ang tibay ng mga ito.

Tinuran ni DPWH 1 Regional Information Officer Esperanza Tinaza na ang Construction Division umano ng kanilang ahensiya ang humahawak ngayon ng implementasyon ng naturang proyekto.

Dinagdag pa ni Tinaza na magsisilbing napakalaking tulong kapag natapos ang naturang Banela Bridge Project sa kadahilanang ito ay pakikinabangan hindi lamang ng mga taga Silangang bahagi ng Pangasinan kundi maging sa kalapit na probinsiya ng Nueva Ecija. (ANL/MPA-PIA 1 La Union with reports from DPWH1)
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Panpapagawa na airport ed siyudad na Alaminos mansasansya ni


Thursday, 11 August 2011 20:03
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DAGUPAN CITY -Mansasansya ni so panpapagawa na airport ed siyudad na Alaminos tan wandiad 15 to 20 % labangat so asumpal da ya so pangagawa da dia na aaasahan da na nasumpal ed taon na 2013.

Onong ed kinde 1st District Board Member na si Teofilo Humilde, walay kabayagan so panpapagawa ed say airport ta mairap so pangawa na pundasyon tonya.

Agto ni ya naibaga no sampiga so eksaktong gastos, balet say kuwan da et omabot et hanggan P300-M no ipila so bili na pansaliw na dalin ed abitlan patikyaban.

Aaasahan met nen Boardmember Humilde na labayen na totoo so patekyabab piyan makatulong ed say probinsya na undakel so saray turista tan investor na unla dia piyan onalegwas so luyag na Pangasinan.

Aya ni labat so onaan na commercial airport ed luyag.
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De Venecia eyes modern fish port in Dagupan City
Posted by admin2 on Aug 12th, 2011

By PNA and U.S. News Agency / Asian

Pangasinan Fourth District Representative Gina de Venecia is pushing for the establishment of a modern fish port in Dagupan City.

She bared her project when she came to Dagupan in a joint undertaking with Pfizer, a leading international pharmaceutical company, that vaccinated 500 children from Barangay Pantal, Dagupan City against the deadly pneumoccocal disease (PD).

“Most iconic of Dagupan is its title as the Bangus Capital of the World,” she said, “but despite the strength of its fishing industry and after 64 years as a city, Dagupan still lacks a modern fish port to support this major industry.”
Admitting she filed a bill in Congress seeking the establishment of the fish port, De Venecia said a modern fish port would boost Dagupan’s fishing industry.

She said while a modern fish processing facility was opened in Dagupan last year, the city also faced difficulties in bringing the fish harvest to the plant.
“This calls for a dire need to establish a fish port within the city, where the fish processing facility is located, she said.

The congresswoman said: “Moreover, with the presence of both the fish port and fish processing facility, the export of local fish to international markets will soon be greater than before.”

De Venecia expects that the construction of the fish port will improve the income of fisher folks and fish processors in the city, thereby ensuring the sufficiency of fish supply in the whole province.

Under her proposed act, the Department of Agriculture, through the Philippine Fisheries Development Authority shall formulate the rules and regulation necessary to effectively implement the project.

De Venecia successfully defended her proposal at the hearing of the Committee on Aquaculture and Fisheries at the House of Representatives last week.

Once passed, the fish port is expected to benefit bangus growers and other fishpen operators in Dagupan and the whole of Pangasinan.
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Banela Bridge completion on top of DPWH-1 priority

MANILA, Aug. 12 (PNA)
- The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Region 1 Office is prioritizing the completion of the Banela Bridge Project in Umingan, Pangasinan.

According to DPWH-1 Director Veniedo O. Reyes, the bridge which is being constructed over Banela River, connects the towns of San Quintin and Umingan.

Director Reyes recently inspected the project together with DPWH Regional Maintenance chief Cornelio G. Amita, project engineer Jimmy Reyes and resident engineer Alfredo Cayabyab to see the progress of works for the project which when completed, will not only serve the eastern province of Pangasinan but also the nearby Nueva Ecija province.

Construction of the new bridge will replace the old dilapidated reinforced concrete deck girder bridge, which was constructed by the provincial government of Pangasinan.

The project is in line with the DPWH target set by the leadership of Secretary Rogelio L. Singson over the period of six years (2011-2016) to make permanent all temporary bridges along national roads.

“We will work on national roads and bridges upgrading in terms of quality and safety to improve the overall performance of Philippine infrastructure,” said Secretary Singson.

Phase 1 of the Banela bridge, with the contract amount of P144.251 million includes all substructures, girders, diaphragms, partial slope protection and embankment at approach ‘A’, was completed on March 17, 2010.

Under CY 2011 DPWH Infrastructure Program, P70 million was released for the implementation of Phase 2 to complete the bridge including the approaches and river dike protection.

The project is implemented by the Construction Division of the DPWH-Region 1 Office. (PNA)
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Luyag na Pangasinan, asinger lan ideklara na eco-tourism zone

Saturday, 13 August 2011 09:24
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DAGUPAN CITY--
Manisya so luyag na Pangasinan na asinger lan nai-diklara bilang sakey na eco-tourism o economic zone kasumpalan na limma at nai-evaluate na duwaran opisyal na Philippine Economic Zone Authority say arom na proyekto ed say eco-tourism zone diad luyag.

Ed panbisita diad luyag nen Mr.Elmer San Pascual say Group Manager na Public Relation Group tan Mr. Emmanuel Cortero say Manager ng Eco Zone Development Department na PEZA ed nila da tan ninengneng so gagawaen dan proyekto ed eco tourism diad luyag parikular so Sual Industrial estate, Pangasinan eco tourism zone ng Lingayen, Agro export processing esate ng Villasis, Eastern Pangasinan agro industrial estate ng Sta. Maria, tan say International seaport constuction na kasalukuyan gagawaen ed baley na Sual.

Onong ed kinde Butch Velasco say Provincial information officer na pangasinan, akanengneng so duwar na opisyal na saray magagangana na development diad abitlan saray proyekto tan kuanto na akatutok natan so pambansan pamahalaan diad luyag na Pangasinan ed eco tourism zone no enet sakay labat yan gagawaen piyan naideklara bilang eco tourism so luyag.

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