EdSa eyes San Fernando civic center

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Re-elected City of San Fernando Mayor Edwin Santiago aims to build an P800 million civic center that will make private sector services accessible to Fernandinos.

“Before my term ends, we aim to complete a civic center that will make private sector services readily accessible to our constituents,” Santiago said during Pampanga Press Club’s Talk Widus press conference at Widus Hotel and Casino.

Santiago said the civic center will be about 12-15 hectares that will be located in two villages namely Barangay Del Rosario and Barangay San Isidro.

Santiago said there will be an educational center, a youth center and senior center among others in the envisioned civic area.

He added that the city’s command center will also be located in the civic center.

“We want to ensure potential investors of the city’s safety so, we have partnered with PLDT and Converge for our command center,” Santiago said.

The civic center’s location will have an easy access to the North Luzon Expressway which, Santiago said, will easily connect the City of San Fernando to Clark Freeport Zone and Metro Manila.