By Nora Soriño
Iligan City Bureau Chief .
Iligan City — City administrator Atty. Leo Zaragoza promised the city will see “changes” within three months. He added he will begin by changing the face of the two terminals here.
To recall, Zaragoza assumed as city administrator Dec. 28 last year after mayor Celso Regencia offered him the job and he said he had accepted the job after much thinking and studying and consulting his family on the matter.
“If I did it with ‘Paseo’ I can surely do it with the city,” he said. To note, “Paseo de Santiago” is a tourist destination here owned by him and family, located at Santiago. Barangay Santiago is formerly the city’s dump site here, before it was transferred permanently at barangay Bonbonon.
He did not give further specifics on the changes he will make on the two bus and jeepney terminals located at Tambo, this city, on the north and at the grounds of the National Steel Corporation for the south-bound ones.
The city also claims ownership of the NSC grounds as it has levied it for the company’s failure to pay realty taxes, even if its liquidator claims ownership on it too.
The changes in the face of the city will begin with the two terminals he said. And as long as he is its city administrator, the people here can expect changes, he added.