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Santa Maria City!
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ADDESSA SANTA MARIA
J.P. Rizal St., Poblacion, Santa Maria Central Business District



Nakatayo na yung signage! :cheer: :cheer:
 

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There is a place; an eatery somewhere in Bulacan...(sorry can't remember the town) an hour drive to Manila.

I tell you; the choices in food is just awesome; from almost different regions from Luzon...you name it and they have it. It is like a resort because of the concept..."Bahay Kubo" clustered together; separated and connected by walkways. Foods are just amazing. I asked my nephew that next time he picks me up at NAIA...we must stop by this place and gabble up some exotic and local foods. ahhh Pagkaing pinoy...:)
 

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Santa Maria City!
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WHAT'S UP SANTA CLARA?
July 30, 2018

Precious Grace Transport Premium P2P Bus officially starts its operations today



Megamart and BPI



Burger King at 95% completion



Drive-thru and open 24 hours!



Santa Clara Barangay Fiesta 2018 - we take festivals seriously


Taga Santa Maria pala ang may-ari ng Precious Grace ngayon ko lang nalaman. At mukhang isasabay ng BK ang opening nila sa fiesta para madaming tao :eek:kay:

:cheer: :cheer:

#BayangNagkakaisa
#LevelUP!
 

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WHAT'S UP SANTA CLARA?
July 30, 2018

Precious Grace Transport Premium P2P Bus officially starts its operations today



Megamart and BPI



Burger King at 95% completion



Santa Clara Barangay Fiesta 2018 - we take festivals seriously


Taga Santa Maria pala ang may-ari ng Precious Grace ngayon ko lang nalaman. At mukhang isasabay ng BK ang opening nila sa fiesta para madaming tao :eek:kay:

:cheer: :cheer:
Isa si Claire Dela Fuente kuya, dati rin may ari ng Philippine Corinthian Liner.
 

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Santa Maria City!
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ANG MGA NAMUMUNO SA BAYAN NG SANTA MARIA
2016-2019




PLEYTO ADMINISTRATION:
politically and financially stable
- 2017 debt ratio reached an all-time low of 12.45%, one of the lowest in Central Luzon
in comparison with:
• Baliwag - 37.52%
• CSJDM - 29.11%
• Malolos City - 69.93%
• Marilao - 28.66%
• Meycauayan City - 22.73%

fast growing economy
- revenues and assets grew 20% and 22% respectably in 2017

more local infrastructure projects
- Bagbaguin-Lalakhan Bypass (South Bypass section 4), Santa Clara Bypass, widening of Paso Bridge etc.

more investors are coming
- registered businesses are expected to reach 7,000+ in 2019 (up from 4,200+ in 2014)
in comparison with:
• 2015 Baliwag - 2,600+
• 2016 CSJDM - 4,400+
• 2013 Malolos City - 3,800+
• 2015 Marilao - 3,200+

:cheer: :cheer:
 

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Santa Maria City!
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BAGBAGUIN-LALAKHAN BYPASS ROAD PROJECT [TBD]
Santa Maria South Bypass Road section 4 - Santa Maria Central Business District

Connects South Bypass section 1 in Bagbaguin to Lalakhan road in Lalakhan





• to decongest traffic at North Bypass Road in Santa Clara and PTT intersection in Bagbaguin
• faster travel time going to Lalakhan, Santa Clara and Tambubong in Bocaue and in vice vera to Bagbaguin, San Gabriel, Tumana areas
• 4th bridge to be constructed across the Santa Maria River


Desperado na LGU para lumuwag traffic sa Bagbaguin, sana masunod yung planong may flyover base sa image na nasa taas kaya Bocaue, kilos kilos na din sana kayo. :lol: Dadaan din ito sa mismong site ng Sanders, kaya mukhang goodbye Sanders na :lol:

:cheer: :cheer:
 

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carlo27
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BAGBAGUIN-LALAKHAN BYPASS ROAD PROJECT [TBD]
Santa Maria South Bypass Road section 4 - Santa Maria Central Business District

Connects South Bypass section 1 in Bagbaguin to Lalakhan road in Lalakhan





• to decongest traffic at North Bypass Road in Santa Clara and PTT intersection in Bagbaguin
• faster travel time going to Lalakhan, Santa Clara and Tambubong in Bocaue and in vice vera to Bagbaguin, San Gabriel, Tumana areas
• 4th bridge to be constructed across the Santa Maria River


Desperado na LGU para lumuwag traffic sa Bagbaguin, sana masunod yung planong may flyover base sa image na nasa taas kaya Bocaue, kilos kilos na din sana kayo. :lol: Dadaan din ito sa mismong site ng Sanders, kaya mukhang goodbye Sanders na :lol:

:cheer: :cheer:
Wag ng umasa sa LGU ng Bocaue, puro Press Release lang namn alam nila:eek:hno::bash:
 

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Santa Maria City!
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FOUR STOREY COMMERCIAL BUILDING SOON TO RISE!
J. Corazon de Jesus St., Poblacion, Santa Maria Central Business District



as of August 2, 2018 nagstart ng hawanin yung lugar :eek:kay:
 

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Santa Maria City!
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DRIVING ALONG SANTA MARIA NORTH BYPASS ROAD
August 1, 2018 - Santa Maria Central Business District


Kumusta ang afternoon rush hour sa unang araw ng truck ban sa Santa Maria? Inaaspalto din ang kahabaan ng kalsada nang kuhanan ang video.

Nabubuo na ang DINING DISTRICT ng Santa Maria na nasa labas ng town proper! :cheer:

BAGBAGUIN
↓ Funnside Ningnangan (2018)
Bonita's Coffee
Platera (2017)
Divine's Grill
Pepper's Grill
↓ Max's Restaurant (2005?)
↓ Figaro (2016)
↓ Hapchan (2016)
↓ Shakey's (2015)
SANTA CLARA
Nina's Itik (2016)
Yolo's (2017)
Diko's Farm Grill Resto (2017)
↓ Burger King (2018)
↓ Jollibee Highway (2018)
↓ McDonald's (2017)
↓ Samgyupsalamat (2018)
↓ Giligan's (2017)
↓ KFC (2009)
↓ Jollibee (2009)
↓ Greenwich (2009)
↓ Chowking (2009)
↓ Mang Inasal (2009)
↓ Classic Savory (2015)
↓ Bonchon (2016)
Aurel's Seafood Resto (2018)
GUYONG
Tres Marias Resto (2018)
Anyhaw Resto

More to come! :eek:kay:
 

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P2P STA. MARIA, MALOLOS TO TRINOMA AND SM NORTH EDSA













c - FS VELASCO

YARI KANG UV EXPRESS KA NGAYON.... :cheers:

Mas mabilis via Mindanao Avenue lusot ng Trinoma from NLEX, di ka na dadaan ng Balintawak at Cloverleaf.
 

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Putakte, nagkaka-issue pa talaga sa MRT 7... Tigas talaga ng mukha nitong mga may-ari ng lupa eh!

Right-of-way issue hounds MRT 7

SMC MRT7 said the project was supposed to acquire 33 hectares of land in Bulacan for the train depot, the ITT and the 14th station but the move was disrupted when the property owner questioned the expropriation in court.

Malolos Regional Trial Court Branch 11, to which the case was raffled, issued on Feb. 15 an order granting writ of possession, provided that the government pay the property owner P1,800 per square meter — which at that time was just the new valuation proposed by the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) district office — rather than the “current and actual BIR zonal valuation” of P200/sq.m.

The new valuation, SMC MRT 7 argued in its letter, caused “the deposit amount” to balloon to P598.905 million from P67.105 million.

In doing so, the court, SMC MRT 7 added, ignored Section 6 of Republic Act No. 10752 — the law “facilitating the acquisition of right-of-way site or location for national government infrastructure projects” — that expropriation amount should be based on the actual BIR zonal value as basis for valuation.
from http://www.bworldonline.com/right-of-way-issue-hounds-mrt-7/
 

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Santa Maria City!
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CHANGE IS COMING!



Bulacan leaders have expressed their full support for NLEX, DPWH road network expansion plans. In a recent dialogue with NLEX Corporation and the DPWH Regional office, the leaders pushed for new access roads to ease daily traffic congestion and improve travel convenience.

During the recent multi-stakeholders conference organized by the NLEX Corporation, the tollway company also highlighted the proposed road network improvements around the Bocaue area in Bulacan and proposed regular meetings to monitor the progress and ensure their timely implementation.

“The implementation of these road projects will significantly contribute to the decongestion of the Bocaue Interchange and Gov. Halili Avenue in Bocaue and Santa Maria, Bulacan,” said Bulacan 2nd District Representative Gavini “Apol” Pancho.

Among the road network improvements proposed by NLEX together with DPWH are the new NLEX access via Tambubong, a new Bocaue Interchange Bypass Southbound Entry, the expansion of the existing Bocaue Interchange ramps, the development of the full Balagtas interchange. Opening a direct access road within the Ciudad de Victoria leading to Gov. Halili Avenue in Santa Maria, Bulacan is also in the works.

Representatives from government agencies and local government units expressed support for these new road projects that are seen to encourage economic growth, improve public services, and provide motorists and commuters with maximum travel convenience and safety.

“The new road improvements are necessary to make Bulacan province more vibrant and attractive to potential investors,” said CIBAC Party-List Representative Sherwin Tugna during the project presentation.

Likewise, DPWH Central Luzon Regional Director Dong Tolentino affirmed that the agency was prepared to support the road network expansion along the NLEX leading to the national roads to further develop the growth of local businesses in the province.

To help alleviate heavy traffic conditions at the current Bocaue Interchange, priority will be given to a new southbound entry ramp in Brgy. Taal and northbound entry and exit ramps will be constructed at Brgy. Tambubong. The future Interchange will serve as an alternative route for motorists bound for Pandi, Bulacan and nearby towns.

For its part, NLEX representatives said “we are grateful for the opportunity to be able to better understand the situation on the ground specially around Bocaue interchange. We gained valuable inputs from our stakeholders and we are committed to undertake the road network improvements together with the DPWH to help improve the daily traffic situation.”

A new access road will also be built from Gov. F. Halili Avenue in Brgy. Turo to the southbound portion near the Bocaue Toll Plaza. With this new bypass, motorists coming from the west side of the NLEX will have an alternate route via the NLEX to Manila without passing through the heavily-traveled Bocaue Interchange.

The ramps of the Bocaue Interchange will also be expanded to accommodate the additional lanes at the bridge currently being constructed by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

The Balagtas Interchange will also get a boost with the construction of new northbound and southbound access roads. Motorists coming from Balagtas going to the north will no longer need to use local roads to use the Sta. Rita interchange. Eventually, motorists from the north will also be able to exit at Balagtas southbound instead of using Bocaue interchange.

Bulacan province has been instrumental in the thriving economy of Central Luzon — the country’s second fastest growing region which, according to National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), posted a 9.5% increase in its gross regional domestic product in 2016.


Papasok na ang mga malalaking investors sa Santa Maria at Bocaue pag natapos ito! :cheer: :cheer:

#TrafficNoMore
#SantaMariaCity
#HelloSM
#HelloAyala
 

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Santa Maria City!
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PUERTO RIVAS NOW OPEN!
Laguerta, Poblacion, Santa Maria Central Business District



Papatok ito dahil malapit sa mga schools sa Poblacion:
• ICI College
• ICA
• St. Paul School of Santa Maria
• Early Christian School
• Smarties Academy
• Santa Maria Ecumenical School

Suportahan ang mga negosyanteng taga-Santa Maria! :eek:kay: :eek:kay:
 

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carlo27
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CHANGE IS COMING!



Bulacan leaders have expressed their full support for NLEX, DPWH road network expansion plans. In a recent dialogue with NLEX Corporation and the DPWH Regional office, the leaders pushed for new access roads to ease daily traffic congestion and improve travel convenience.

During the recent multi-stakeholders conference organized by the NLEX Corporation, the tollway company also highlighted the proposed road network improvements around the Bocaue area in Bulacan and proposed regular meetings to monitor the progress and ensure their timely implementation.

“The implementation of these road projects will significantly contribute to the decongestion of the Bocaue Interchange and Gov. Halili Avenue in Bocaue and Santa Maria, Bulacan,” said Bulacan 2nd District Representative Gavini “Apol” Pancho.

Among the road network improvements proposed by NLEX together with DPWH are the new NLEX access via Tambubong, a new Bocaue Interchange Bypass Southbound Entry, the expansion of the existing Bocaue Interchange ramps, the development of the full Balagtas interchange. Opening a direct access road within the Ciudad de Victoria leading to Gov. Halili Avenue in Santa Maria, Bulacan is also in the works.

Representatives from government agencies and local government units expressed support for these new road projects that are seen to encourage economic growth, improve public services, and provide motorists and commuters with maximum travel convenience and safety.

“The new road improvements are necessary to make Bulacan province more vibrant and attractive to potential investors,” said CIBAC Party-List Representative Sherwin Tugna during the project presentation.

Likewise, DPWH Central Luzon Regional Director Dong Tolentino affirmed that the agency was prepared to support the road network expansion along the NLEX leading to the national roads to further develop the growth of local businesses in the province.

To help alleviate heavy traffic conditions at the current Bocaue Interchange, priority will be given to a new southbound entry ramp in Brgy. Taal and northbound entry and exit ramps will be constructed at Brgy. Tambubong. The future Interchange will serve as an alternative route for motorists bound for Pandi, Bulacan and nearby towns.

For its part, NLEX representatives said “we are grateful for the opportunity to be able to better understand the situation on the ground specially around Bocaue interchange. We gained valuable inputs from our stakeholders and we are committed to undertake the road network improvements together with the DPWH to help improve the daily traffic situation.”

A new access road will also be built from Gov. F. Halili Avenue in Brgy. Turo to the southbound portion near the Bocaue Toll Plaza. With this new bypass, motorists coming from the west side of the NLEX will have an alternate route via the NLEX to Manila without passing through the heavily-traveled Bocaue Interchange.

The ramps of the Bocaue Interchange will also be expanded to accommodate the additional lanes at the bridge currently being constructed by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

The Balagtas Interchange will also get a boost with the construction of new northbound and southbound access roads. Motorists coming from Balagtas going to the north will no longer need to use local roads to use the Sta. Rita interchange. Eventually, motorists from the north will also be able to exit at Balagtas southbound instead of using Bocaue interchange.

Bulacan province has been instrumental in the thriving economy of Central Luzon — the country’s second fastest growing region which, according to National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), posted a 9.5% increase in its gross regional domestic product in 2016.


Papasok na ang mga malalaking investors sa Santa Maria at Bocaue pag natapos ito! :cheer: :cheer:

#TrafficNoMore
#SantaMariaCity
#HelloSM
#HelloAyala
Excited for this one:banana:. Sana masimulan na ASAP!
 
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