Bataan Gov. Joet Garcia said on Wednesday’s groundbreaking rites for housing projects in Barangay Luz, Sitio Saay, in Barangay St. Francis de Asisi and in Sitio Mamala, also in St. Francis de Asisi that the move by the municipal government is a “very important aspect of community development because it gives shelter and sense of order and security among residents.” Congressman Albert Garcia of Bataan Second District who also graced the event said even if Limay is so far one of the wealthiest towns in country we should still help them. Cong. Garcia pictured Limay as a well-developed municipality with Limay Polytechnic College, Bataan Peninsula State University branch and other amenities. “Kailangan natin ang maayos na pamumuhay at safe ang ating pamilya,” the former provincial governor said.
Ms. Marilene Acosta, chief executive officer of Pag-Ibig Fund encouraged everyone to contribute to the fund agency from the salary to gain dividend. Housing loan is 3 percent of contribution to the Pag-IBIG Fund. She said Limay folks are fortunate for having a municipal government that offers low-cost housing project. A beneficiary of housing project pays more or less P2,000 a month for a 30 year-period.