Drone shot of Biliran Town. Photo by Jalmz

Recent changes in the town of Biliran

BiliranIsland.com
Photos by Jalmz

In Pictures

Biliran Municipal Hall. Photo by Jalmz

Biliran town hall; indeed the most beautiful in the province.

Drone shots of Biliran Town

Biliran Bridge

Biliran is an island province in the Philippines located in the Eastern Visayas region.  It is one of the country’s smallest and newest provinces.  Biliran was previously a sub-province of Leyte.  It became an independent province in 1992.

The new diversion road under construction in Biliran.

The diversion road in Biliran could cut 1 km distance, but it cut across rice fields.

Biliran District Engineering Office is still on the process of negotiating the landowner for the acquisition of the Road-Right-of-Way (RROW) since the owner is asking price higher than the DPWH’s offer.The office has coordinated with Local Government Unit (LGUs) in Biliran and stakeholders to settle the problem. As of March 31, 2017, it has an accomplishment of 60%. According to Engr. David P. Adongay Jr., District Engineer, this project is target to finish on July, 2017 along with other 2016 Carry-over projects which is the Construction of Slope Protection along Biliran Circumferential Road and Repair of Banlas Bridge at Maripipi. – DPWH-Biliran DEO

 

Biliran Municipal Town Hall

The new Municipal hall of Biliran Town. According to Mayor Grace Casil, the P15- M worth Biliran Municipal Hall will be finished before the fiesta of their town on May 15-16.

Mayor Grace Casil, LCE of Biliran Town

 

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Biliran Town Updates

The renovation of old Municipal Hall.

Gym under construction.

New Biliran Town

Biliran town now undergoes remarkable changes with street lights in place which made the town streets well lighted.

Biliran Church

The Biliran Church was badly damaged by Supertyphoon Yolanda (Haiyan) but has been repaired with the help of donors from town and abroad. Repair cost P7-M.

– BiliranIsland.com

6 replies
  1. Robert
    Robert says:

    Excuse me Mr . Jack Peters … Please, if you have nothing good to say about our place …kindly keep it to yourself … God bless you

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