A request for the developer, Johndorf Ventures Corporation (JVC), to update the homeowners on the flood control system project and for the construction of common service facilities on open space was agreed in the joint meeting of officers of various homeowners’ associations (HOAs) of Pag-ibig Citihomes Subdivision last January 22, 2012.
The homeowners had it that JVC contracted a consultant to study and recommend a new design that will address the drainage and flood problem in the subdivision. The new design is expected to be presented to JVC for approval before the end of January this year.
The project engineer, Mr. John Lee K. Etol, on Saturday, January 28, 2012, met with the officers of HOAs. True enough, JVC’s consultant, Mr. Hackey (whatever the spelling of his name) will be presenting the plan to JVC by the end of the month.
Project engineer agreed for a separate schedule of presentation for the homeowners. He will be informing the concerned HOAs of the final schedule of meeting with the consultant.
The common service facilities i.e. multi-purpose building and basketball court that will be constructed on the open space, fronting Phase 1 and 3, will be put on hold. Construction of new units also takes a break pending the implementation of the new drainage or flood control system plan.
The flood control system has been one of the issues Phase 2 HOA strongly raised and fought for since its inception.
Phases 2 and 3 will be directly affected if Bungkalalan River will overflow. These areas are nestled along the river bank. The subdivision also serves as a catch basin of rain waters from Upper Malanang.
The current design of the drainage system can’t accommodate rain waters coming from upper ground. Water from Bungkalalan River backflows to the subdivision during heavy rains.