Mayor Gustilo Met with Fire Victims

City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo talks to fire victims regarding the location of their houses and the plan of the government
for the relocation site to be established at Brgy. Rizal, yesterday

San Carlos City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo together with local heads of the different departments made a short dialogue with the victims of the fire that happened at Burgos-Parola area last Aug. 31, 2021.

The meeting was spearheaded by the City Planning & Development Coordinators Office headed by Engr. Magnolia B. Antonio, City Planning Devt Coordinator together with City Social Welfare & Devt Office, City Disaster Risk Reduction and Mgt Office, City Engineering Department, City Assessor’s Office and San Carlos City Integrated Housing Authority and Barangay 6 officials.
Gustilo told fire victims to pinpoint the exact location of their houses at the fire site so that the city can properly identify the renters and owners, document damaged areas as well as determine the real beneficiaries for the relocation. He also said that he will prioritize the relocation of the victims in Brgy. Rizal.
Antonio on the other hand said that it is important to really identify the lot owners and the number of houses affected. Fire victims were asked to identify the area where their houses were located based on the map presented and drone shot taken by the CDRRMO.
Antonio also said that the team had already identified the initial 61 beneficiaries to be screened if they really qualify to get lots from the city government particularly at the relocation site which is at the back of SanCaVille Subdivision in Brgy Rizal.
Engr. Musolini Delubio Jr. of the City Engineering Department said that the lot at the relocation site consists of 80 sub-lots with 54 square meters each.
SP Member Engr. Clint Mansueto, SP Chair on Urban Development was also present during the dialogue assisting the City Mayor. Also present were City Engineer Franuel P. Luranas, City Assessor James R. Silva and Gemini Caballero of the San Carlos City Integrated Housing Authority.
As of September 6, 2021 the City Social Welfare and Devt Office released the fire incident data of 96 families affected consisting of 352 individuals and 70 houses totally gutted down.