The local government unit of Tubigon is need of a P20-million fund to complete the construction of its new municipal hall, said the townâ€™s mayor.
According to Tubigon Mayor William Jao, the new structure remains unusable due to the lack of several facilities and need for more construction work.
He pinpointed the lack of power and waters supply, paint and air conditioners as the primary needs of the new town hall.
The mayor also raised a complaint against the projectâ€™s contractor for having botched the installation of electricity wires in the building.
In the continued construction, Jao is hopeful that Tubigon will be included as among the beneficiaries of the Bohol Earthquake Assistance (BEA) 2 fund so the LGU can raise money for the completion of the town hall.
He said that the non-inclusion of Tubigon in the list of BEA 2 recipients would prompt the LGU to secure a loan from the bank.
Since the 2013 earthquake, the mayor, vice mayor and personnel from various departments have been holding office at a covered court in Tubigon.
The Tubigon LGU has already been allocated P65 million from the BEA 1. A portion of the amount was transferred during the administration of former Tubigon mayor Marlon Amila. (Allen Doydora)