Valencia City Breaks Ground for New Police Station Building
A new police station for the Philippine National Police (PNP) will soon to rise and serve thousands of people in Valencia City.
City Mayor Azucena P. Huervas, together with Police Superintendent Marcial Ley T. Fronteras, PNP personnel, city officials, department heads, and religious groups kicked off the construction of the 14.3 million pesos police station building.
Huervas gladly led the groundbreaking ceremony and highlighted the significant contribution of the city councilors and the PNP for the planning and implementation of the said project which will be conducive to the police force.
Fronteras said that they are working hand in hand with the city mayor to sustain the peace and order situation of the city.
The 800 sq.m. PNP facility is located at the old CSWDO and COA lot area at Barangay Poblacion, Catarata St. fronting the City Hall.
The construction of the standard City Police Station includes a detention center and will serve as the main headquarter in the city.
The city government considered the soon to rise building of the PNP Valencia as another development for the city.
(Aron A. Rempohito, AA IV – PIO and Conrado B. Arances, AA III –PIO) KDJ