ILOILO CITY, Jan. 22 (PIA) – The City Government of Iloilo and the Mines and Geosciences Bureau Regional Office (MGB) VI have signed a deed of usufruct that allows the agency to use a city-owned lot as site for the latter’s new office building.
Iloilo City mayor Jerry P. Treñas and Engr. Raul A. Laput, Officer-in-Charge, Office of the Regional Director of MGB VI, signed the deed on January 21, 2021 at the Iloilo City Hall to formalize an agreement that the city government allows the Mines and Geosciences Bureau, Regional Office VI to use a 787-square meter lot located at Barangay San Pedro, Molo, Iloilo City as the site for a new office building to be built by the national government agency.
The usufruct will be in effect for 25 years and renewable for a similar period at the discretion of the city government.
The signing was witnessed by lawyer Faydah Sabando, Iloilo City legal officer, Ms. Cecilia L. Ochavo-Saycon, chief of the MGB VI Finance and Administrative Division, and Mineral Lands and Survey Section chief Engr. Lucius P. Sucgang.
Laput thanked the city government for allowing them to avail of the use of the area.
“On behalf of all the personnel of MGB VI, I convey our heartfelt gratitude to the City Government of Iloilo, led by Treñas, for granting our request for a lot where we can build our Office building,” the MBG VI regional head said.
The Mines and Geosciences Bureau Regional Office No. VI is currently located at the Queen City Garden Mall, J. De Leon Street, Iloilo City. (MGB VI/PIA6)