Of course, I’m simply exaggerating. Para ma catch nako imong attention.
The city’s Building Official is obviously not doing his job.
Commercial establishments, residents, churches, offices, and just about everyone in the city of waterfalls (not the group haha) have violated the National Building Code (NBC) article on sidewalks.
Goldmix Fastfood even fenced the public sidewalk with metal bars. A violation on the NBC.
Naa man lagi sidewalk?! Of course, pero dili enough. The house on the left may not have violated anything, but the officials should check into this if it followed the latest rules on sidewalks.
Ambassador Commercial also thinks the sidewalk is part of their property.
A shabby carenderia is also a culprit.
Motortrade has a sidewalk, but the motorbikes is filling it up. Better get a bigger space and a showroom.
In fairness, lamian ko sa chicken sa Boomer’s, but how they cordoned the sidewalk and even put a kitchen in the middle, just irritates me.
Building Official, asa na ka?
Jalexis Inn dont want people to use “their” sidewalk.
Renz Grille, yep, the sidewalk is for pedestrians.
Hhhm, maybe Loy’s rented out this sidewalk to the fruit vendors?
A friend owns this school, but sorry, it violated the rules on sidewalks.
The Catholic Cathedral is not innocent either.
And so are the protestants, the Kingdom Hall of the Jehovah’s Witnesses located in Badelles st.
The iconic food house of Iligan, is not friendly to pedestrians.
I really don’t like Epay’s food. Haha.
City Hall’s Building Official should be strict in implementing the rules on sidewalks.
The owners should adhere to this law on sidewalks, whether the Building Official is slack or strict. After all, it benefit us all, especially for our safety and during rainy and hot season.