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By Mel Libre

Free Verse

Thursday, April 24, 2014

MANY families in northern Cebu reside in tents.

The causes for the delay of the typhoon victims’ return to normalcy should be uncovered.



Visayan Electric Co. (Veco) asked to review financial statements.

With computers, the auditors do not have to burn the midnight oil to come out with the findings.


NBI 7 to help look for 79 missing trees in the Serging Osmeña Blvd. project site.
It should uproot the mastermind.


Cebu City mayor mulls lifting ban on swimming off South Road Properties.
Call it backstroke legislation.


Tree-planting, picket mark Earth Day.

The climate is changing because we aren’t.


Civic group donates P6 million for housing project.

Rotary nailed it.


Mayor urges firms to restore street islands.

The companies will have to dig deep – into their pockets.


City to rethink night-only road works policy.

Who thought of this bright idea anyway?


Visayan Sea “has fewer fish now.”

Or are there just too many fishers?


Bill wants speed limiters in buses, cargo trucks.

C’mon fast track the passage of this legislation.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on April 25, 2014.


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