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CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama has refused to sit down with the Provincial Government to address issues surrounding the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project, reiterating his desire to file charges against officials who called for the project’s halt, especially Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia.“No. I don’t want to sit down with them. Why will I have to sit down? They should know where they are; that’s a matter of territory,” Rama said in an interview on Friday, March 8, 2024.Rama’s response followed a resolution urging both Mayor Rama and Governor Garcia to meet and resolve the CBRT project issue through a dialogue. The resolution, authored by City Councilor Nestor Archival, was adopted during the council’s regular session last Wednesday, March 6.Archival’s resolution was amended to include the Provincial Board and the City Council in the dialogue. The amendment was proposed by City Councilor James Anthony Cuenco.To recall, Gov. Garcia issued Memorandum 16-2024 on Feb. 27, ordering the cessation of construction of bus stations along Osmeña Blvd.A day after, during the council’s regular session on Feb. 28, Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia (VM Garcia) delivered a privilege speech addressing heritage protection concerns and the visual impact of the CBRT project on the Capitol building, which has been declared a National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.VM Garcia then urged the Office of the Building Official to issue a cease and desist order against the construction of the CBRT bus station.Declining to have a dialogue, Rama said he would proceed with filing charges against those who want to stop the CBRT project, especially Governor Garcia.“I am going now into connecting with my lawyers because I am very, very serious in filing cases even against the governor,” Rama said.When asked on what grounds the City would be filling the case, Rama said he would let the city lawyers prepare it.SunStar Cebu tried to obtain information from City Legal Officer Carlo Vincent Gimena, but he said he could not divulge anything about it at the moment.When asked whether the construction of the CBRT bus station near the Capitol had been halted, Rama said he lacks information on the project’s current status.However, he said the station should be redesigned.“It can be redesigned...before the station, there was an island, but there was no complaint about it...they will do it in (such a) way that it will not cover the Capitol,” Rama said.Rama earlier this year ordered the demolition of the center island on Osmeña Blvd. for the foot processions during the 2024 Fiesta Señor in January.The civil works for the CBRT’s first package is ongoing, and while the project traverses Talisay City and other towns of Cebu Province, most of its components are located in Cebu City.Meanwhile, regarding his desire to remove CBRT project manager Norvin Imbong, Rama said he had already talked with Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista twice.Rama added that he also does not want to be in a dialogue with Imbong around. Rama, earlier, called for the ouster of Imbong due to alleged mismanagement of the CBRT project. / AML Online Casino Philippines Guide Philippines FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida -- A Royal Caribbean cruise employee is accused of hiding cameras inside bathrooms of passenger cabins to spy on guests, including underage girls.Arvin Joseph Mirasol, 34, was arrested Sunday, March 3, 2024, on federal charges of production and possession of child sexual abuse material after the Symphony of the Seas arrived in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in the US District Court of Florida. He also faces six counts of voyeurism in state court.A guest staying in a cabin where Mirasol was an attendant found a camera in the bathroom on February 25. It was “affixed to the counter underneath the sink,” according to the affidavit. She reported it to ship officials, who sent security to the room to investigate.Mirasol, who is a citizen of the Philippines, was detained on the ship until March 3, when it docked in Fort Lauderdale. He was questioned by agents from Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection and the Broward Sheriff's Office.Agents discovered “numerous videos of naked females,” as well as images of child sexual abuse while looking at his phone, an SD card and USB stick, the affidavit said. One of the videos showed Mirasol installing a camera in a guest cabin's bathroom.In one five-minute video, a 10-year-old girl entered the bathroom, removed her clothes and got into the shower, the affidavit said.Mirasol told investigators he had been placing cameras in bathrooms since he began working on the ship in December.“I want to control it, but I can’t,” he told investigators, according to the affidavit. He admitted he knew it was illegal to film underage girls.Agents asked him how he chose where to put the cameras. “If I like who is in that room, I place it,” he told them.In addition to the hidden cameras, Mirasol told agents he went into rooms while guests were taking showers and hid under the bed. He would then record them getting dressed, according to the affidavit.Royal Caribbean said in a statement that the company has fired Mirasol and is cooperating with the investigation.“We have zero tolerance for this unacceptable behavior,” the statement said.Mirasol is represented by Robert Berube of the federal public defender's office, who said in an email that he would not comment on the case. Mirasol remained in the Broward County Jail on Wednesday, March 6, 2024. (AP)

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida -- A Royal Caribbean cruise employee is accused of hiding cameras inside bathrooms of passenger cabins to spy on guests, including underage girls.Arvin Joseph Mirasol, 34, was arrested Sunday, March 3, 2024, on federal charges of production and possession of child sexual abuse material after the Symphony of the Seas arrived in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in the US District Court of Florida. He also faces six counts of voyeurism in state court.A guest staying in a cabin where Mirasol was an attendant found a camera in the bathroom on February 25. It was “affixed to the counter underneath the sink,” according to the affidavit. She reported it to ship officials, who sent security to the room to investigate.Mirasol, who is a citizen of the Philippines, was detained on the ship until March 3, when it docked in Fort Lauderdale. He was questioned by agents from Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection and the Broward Sheriff's Office.Agents discovered “numerous videos of naked females,” as well as images of child sexual abuse while looking at his phone, an SD card and USB stick, the affidavit said. One of the videos showed Mirasol installing a camera in a guest cabin's bathroom.In one five-minute video, a 10-year-old girl entered the bathroom, removed her clothes and got into the shower, the affidavit said.Mirasol told investigators he had been placing cameras in bathrooms since he began working on the ship in December.“I want to control it, but I can’t,” he told investigators, according to the affidavit. He admitted he knew it was illegal to film underage girls.Agents asked him how he chose where to put the cameras. “If I like who is in that room, I place it,” he told them.In addition to the hidden cameras, Mirasol told agents he went into rooms while guests were taking showers and hid under the bed. He would then record them getting dressed, according to the affidavit.Royal Caribbean said in a statement that the company has fired Mirasol and is cooperating with the investigation.“We have zero tolerance for this unacceptable behavior,” the statement said.Mirasol is represented by Robert Berube of the federal public defender's office, who said in an email that he would not comment on the case. Mirasol remained in the Broward County Jail on Wednesday, March 6, 2024. (AP) Most Memorable Dates in Philippine Sports THE National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) has asked the proponent of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project to secure its approval first before resuming civil works on Capitol-owned lots. Chairman Victorino Manalo, in a letter addressed to the Department of Transportation (DOTr) dated Monday, March 25, 2024, requested Transportation Undersecretary Anneli Lontoc to submit two documents for the NCCA’s assessment and approval. The letter was posted on the official social media page of the Cebu Provincial Government on Wednesday, March 27. In the letter, Manalo asked Lontoc to submit an Archeological Impact Assessment (AIA) and development plans for the project to ensure that the CBRT complies with the National Cultural Heritage Act of 2009, or Republic Act 10066, and the General Appropriations Act (GAA). The AIA is required by Section 30(d) of RA 10066 and the Environmental Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Memorandum Circular 005, series of 2014. The project’s development plan includes mitigation activities to protect the sight line with regard to built heritage, as required under Section 37 of the general provisions of the GAA. “In the meantime, we enjoin the DOTr not to conduct any work or changes in the area, especially excavation works, until we approve your AlA and development plans,” Manalo said. The Provincial Government met with NCCA officials recently to formally express concerns over the potential impact of the CBRT on the visual sight lines and buffer zones of the Cebu Capitol building. Meanwhile, CBRT implementers have started complying with the NCCA requirements. CBRT project manager Norvin Imbong, in a text message to SunStar Cebu on Wednesday, said the DOTr has coordinated with the University of San Carlos (USC) to help formulate the AIA. However, they will find out only on Monday, April 1, if USC can assist them, he said. Joint meetingImbong said their team will also have a joint meeting with the NCCA and the Philippine Historical Commission on Tuesday, April 2, at the Metropolitan Theater in Manila to discuss the matter. He said he will know by then if there are other requirements they need to comply with.Rama’s clarificationIn a statement on Wednesday, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to preserving heritage sites, while emphasizing the positive impact of the CBRT project.Rama said he had to say this so “neighbors, especially the politicians, will fully understand.”The mayor said he already raised the Capitol’s concern in a meeting with DOTr officials in Manila and the financing agencies, World Bank and French Development Agency. He also clarified that filing the complaint against Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia before the Office of the President had nothing to do with her stance to protect the Capitol building and its buffer zone. It was because of her “meddling” in suspending CBRT construction on Capitol-owned lots, he said.“We agree that we must protect the Capitol. There is no dispute there. The issue is the governor’s meddling, ordering the suspension of the CBRT. She has no right to do so. This is the reason why we have brought the issue to President (Ferdinand) Marcos (Jr.),” Rama said. Rama said the government is only striving to provide the public with “spacious, comfortable and safe transportation” through the BRT.Last February, the governor issued a cease and desist order (CDO) to the contractor of the first package of the CBRT project and directed it to cease civil works on a bus station with a leaf-like structure in front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd. Rama responded by filing a complaint against Garcia before the Office of the President over her “meddling” in the CBRT project. Rama asked the President to “discipline and suspend Governor Garcia.”DelaysLast Monday, March 25, Imbong said they continued to work on other parts of the CBRT despite the governor’s CDO, which applies only to civil works on Capitol property. However, he said the CDO would probably delay the project anew, adding that the first package may not be operational in July as committed earlier. The CBRT project has been marred by several delays since its targeted implementation in 2016. It was only on Feb. 24, 2023 that President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. finally led its groundbreaking ceremony. The DOTr also moved the completion date of the project from 2025 to 2027 due to design changes. A priority project of the Marcos Jr. administration, the CBRT has a budget allocation of P28.78 billion funded through a loan package from the World Bank and French Development Agency with the National Government. Package 1 of the CBRT covers a distance of 2.38 kilometers from the Cebu South Bus Terminal along N. Bacalso Ave. to the front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd. Interviewed on Wednesday at the Cebu South Bus Terminal (CSBT), Governor Garcia urged the CBRT proponent to expedite civil works in front of the bus terminal. Garcia said the project has already inconvenienced southern commuters. “Mayta mahuman na nang pagkubkob sa CBRT (I hope they will finish the excavation for the CBRT). Hinay kaayo ang turnaround sa atong mga buses (The turnaround of our buses has been really slow) and it affects the waiting time of our passengers,” she said. Garcia said they are thinking of transferring the CSBT to the Talisay City side of the Cebu South Coastal Road and converting the facility into an integrated multi-modal bus and ferry terminal that can also accommodate jeepneys and taxis. However, she said the Province is waiting for a private firm to submit an unsolicited proposal to build the facility. / EHP, JJL

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THE National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) has asked the proponent of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project to secure its approval first before resuming civil works on Capitol-owned lots. Chairman Victorino Manalo, in a letter addressed to the Department of Transportation (DOTr) dated Monday, March 25, 2024, requested Transportation Undersecretary Anneli Lontoc to submit two documents for the NCCA’s assessment and approval. The letter was posted on the official social media page of the Cebu Provincial Government on Wednesday, March 27. In the letter, Manalo asked Lontoc to submit an Archeological Impact Assessment (AIA) and development plans for the project to ensure that the CBRT complies with the National Cultural Heritage Act of 2009, or Republic Act 10066, and the General Appropriations Act (GAA). The AIA is required by Section 30(d) of RA 10066 and the Environmental Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Memorandum Circular 005, series of 2014. The project’s development plan includes mitigation activities to protect the sight line with regard to built heritage, as required under Section 37 of the general provisions of the GAA. “In the meantime, we enjoin the DOTr not to conduct any work or changes in the area, especially excavation works, until we approve your AlA and development plans,” Manalo said. The Provincial Government met with NCCA officials recently to formally express concerns over the potential impact of the CBRT on the visual sight lines and buffer zones of the Cebu Capitol building. Meanwhile, CBRT implementers have started complying with the NCCA requirements. CBRT project manager Norvin Imbong, in a text message to SunStar Cebu on Wednesday, said the DOTr has coordinated with the University of San Carlos (USC) to help formulate the AIA. However, they will find out only on Monday, April 1, if USC can assist them, he said. Joint meetingImbong said their team will also have a joint meeting with the NCCA and the Philippine Historical Commission on Tuesday, April 2, at the Metropolitan Theater in Manila to discuss the matter. He said he will know by then if there are other requirements they need to comply with.Rama’s clarificationIn a statement on Wednesday, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to preserving heritage sites, while emphasizing the positive impact of the CBRT project.Rama said he had to say this so “neighbors, especially the politicians, will fully understand.”The mayor said he already raised the Capitol’s concern in a meeting with DOTr officials in Manila and the financing agencies, World Bank and French Development Agency. He also clarified that filing the complaint against Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia before the Office of the President had nothing to do with her stance to protect the Capitol building and its buffer zone. It was because of her “meddling” in suspending CBRT construction on Capitol-owned lots, he said.“We agree that we must protect the Capitol. There is no dispute there. The issue is the governor’s meddling, ordering the suspension of the CBRT. She has no right to do so. This is the reason why we have brought the issue to President (Ferdinand) Marcos (Jr.),” Rama said. Rama said the government is only striving to provide the public with “spacious, comfortable and safe transportation” through the BRT.Last February, the governor issued a cease and desist order (CDO) to the contractor of the first package of the CBRT project and directed it to cease civil works on a bus station with a leaf-like structure in front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd. Rama responded by filing a complaint against Garcia before the Office of the President over her “meddling” in the CBRT project. Rama asked the President to “discipline and suspend Governor Garcia.”DelaysLast Monday, March 25, Imbong said they continued to work on other parts of the CBRT despite the governor’s CDO, which applies only to civil works on Capitol property. However, he said the CDO would probably delay the project anew, adding that the first package may not be operational in July as committed earlier. The CBRT project has been marred by several delays since its targeted implementation in 2016. It was only on Feb. 24, 2023 that President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. finally led its groundbreaking ceremony. The DOTr also moved the completion date of the project from 2025 to 2027 due to design changes. A priority project of the Marcos Jr. administration, the CBRT has a budget allocation of P28.78 billion funded through a loan package from the World Bank and French Development Agency with the National Government. Package 1 of the CBRT covers a distance of 2.38 kilometers from the Cebu South Bus Terminal along N. Bacalso Ave. to the front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd. Interviewed on Wednesday at the Cebu South Bus Terminal (CSBT), Governor Garcia urged the CBRT proponent to expedite civil works in front of the bus terminal. Garcia said the project has already inconvenienced southern commuters. “Mayta mahuman na nang pagkubkob sa CBRT (I hope they will finish the excavation for the CBRT). Hinay kaayo ang turnaround sa atong mga buses (The turnaround of our buses has been really slow) and it affects the waiting time of our passengers,” she said. Garcia said they are thinking of transferring the CSBT to the Talisay City side of the Cebu South Coastal Road and converting the facility into an integrated multi-modal bus and ferry terminal that can also accommodate jeepneys and taxis. However, she said the Province is waiting for a private firm to submit an unsolicited proposal to build the facility. / EHP, JJL Most Memorable Dates in Philippine Sports CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama has refused to sit down with the Provincial Government to address issues surrounding the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project, reiterating his desire to file charges against officials who called for the project’s halt, especially Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia.“No. I don’t want to sit down with them. Why will I have to sit down? They should know where they are; that’s a matter of territory,” Rama said in an interview on Friday, March 8, 2024.Rama’s response followed a resolution urging both Mayor Rama and Governor Garcia to meet and resolve the CBRT project issue through a dialogue. The resolution, authored by City Councilor Nestor Archival, was adopted during the council’s regular session last Wednesday, March 6.Archival’s resolution was amended to include the Provincial Board and the City Council in the dialogue. The amendment was proposed by City Councilor James Anthony Cuenco.To recall, Gov. Garcia issued Memorandum 16-2024 on Feb. 27, ordering the cessation of construction of bus stations along Osmeña Blvd.A day after, during the council’s regular session on Feb. 28, Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia (VM Garcia) delivered a privilege speech addressing heritage protection concerns and the visual impact of the CBRT project on the Capitol building, which has been declared a National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.VM Garcia then urged the Office of the Building Official to issue a cease and desist order against the construction of the CBRT bus station.Declining to have a dialogue, Rama said he would proceed with filing charges against those who want to stop the CBRT project, especially Governor Garcia.“I am going now into connecting with my lawyers because I am very, very serious in filing cases even against the governor,” Rama said.When asked on what grounds the City would be filling the case, Rama said he would let the city lawyers prepare it.SunStar Cebu tried to obtain information from City Legal Officer Carlo Vincent Gimena, but he said he could not divulge anything about it at the moment.When asked whether the construction of the CBRT bus station near the Capitol had been halted, Rama said he lacks information on the project’s current status.However, he said the station should be redesigned.“It can be redesigned...before the station, there was an island, but there was no complaint about it...they will do it in (such a) way that it will not cover the Capitol,” Rama said.Rama earlier this year ordered the demolition of the center island on Osmeña Blvd. for the foot processions during the 2024 Fiesta Señor in January.The civil works for the CBRT’s first package is ongoing, and while the project traverses Talisay City and other towns of Cebu Province, most of its components are located in Cebu City.Meanwhile, regarding his desire to remove CBRT project manager Norvin Imbong, Rama said he had already talked with Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista twice.Rama added that he also does not want to be in a dialogue with Imbong around. Rama, earlier, called for the ouster of Imbong due to alleged mismanagement of the CBRT project. / AML

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CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama has refused to sit down with the Provincial Government to address issues surrounding the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project, reiterating his desire to file charges against officials who called for the project’s halt, especially Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia.“No. I don’t want to sit down with them. Why will I have to sit down? They should know where they are; that’s a matter of territory,” Rama said in an interview on Friday, March 8, 2024.Rama’s response followed a resolution urging both Mayor Rama and Governor Garcia to meet and resolve the CBRT project issue through a dialogue. The resolution, authored by City Councilor Nestor Archival, was adopted during the council’s regular session last Wednesday, March 6.Archival’s resolution was amended to include the Provincial Board and the City Council in the dialogue. The amendment was proposed by City Councilor James Anthony Cuenco.To recall, Gov. Garcia issued Memorandum 16-2024 on Feb. 27, ordering the cessation of construction of bus stations along Osmeña Blvd.A day after, during the council’s regular session on Feb. 28, Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia (VM Garcia) delivered a privilege speech addressing heritage protection concerns and the visual impact of the CBRT project on the Capitol building, which has been declared a National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.VM Garcia then urged the Office of the Building Official to issue a cease and desist order against the construction of the CBRT bus station.Declining to have a dialogue, Rama said he would proceed with filing charges against those who want to stop the CBRT project, especially Governor Garcia.“I am going now into connecting with my lawyers because I am very, very serious in filing cases even against the governor,” Rama said.When asked on what grounds the City would be filling the case, Rama said he would let the city lawyers prepare it.SunStar Cebu tried to obtain information from City Legal Officer Carlo Vincent Gimena, but he said he could not divulge anything about it at the moment.When asked whether the construction of the CBRT bus station near the Capitol had been halted, Rama said he lacks information on the project’s current status.However, he said the station should be redesigned.“It can be redesigned...before the station, there was an island, but there was no complaint about it...they will do it in (such a) way that it will not cover the Capitol,” Rama said.Rama earlier this year ordered the demolition of the center island on Osmeña Blvd. for the foot processions during the 2024 Fiesta Señor in January.The civil works for the CBRT’s first package is ongoing, and while the project traverses Talisay City and other towns of Cebu Province, most of its components are located in Cebu City.Meanwhile, regarding his desire to remove CBRT project manager Norvin Imbong, Rama said he had already talked with Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista twice.Rama added that he also does not want to be in a dialogue with Imbong around. Rama, earlier, called for the ouster of Imbong due to alleged mismanagement of the CBRT project. / AML, Recommend Mobile Games for Philippines. Entertainment. Data safety. arrow_forward. Safety starts with understanding how developers check the following table to see what categories most online casinos in the Philippines fit in.

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida -- A Royal Caribbean cruise employee is accused of hiding cameras inside bathrooms of passenger cabins to spy on guests, including underage girls.Arvin Joseph Mirasol, 34, was arrested Sunday, March 3, 2024, on federal charges of production and possession of child sexual abuse material after the Symphony of the Seas arrived in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in the US District Court of Florida. He also faces six counts of voyeurism in state court.A guest staying in a cabin where Mirasol was an attendant found a camera in the bathroom on February 25. It was “affixed to the counter underneath the sink,” according to the affidavit. She reported it to ship officials, who sent security to the room to investigate.Mirasol, who is a citizen of the Philippines, was detained on the ship until March 3, when it docked in Fort Lauderdale. He was questioned by agents from Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection and the Broward Sheriff's Office.Agents discovered “numerous videos of naked females,” as well as images of child sexual abuse while looking at his phone, an SD card and USB stick, the affidavit said. One of the videos showed Mirasol installing a camera in a guest cabin's bathroom.In one five-minute video, a 10-year-old girl entered the bathroom, removed her clothes and got into the shower, the affidavit said.Mirasol told investigators he had been placing cameras in bathrooms since he began working on the ship in December.“I want to control it, but I can’t,” he told investigators, according to the affidavit. He admitted he knew it was illegal to film underage girls.Agents asked him how he chose where to put the cameras. “If I like who is in that room, I place it,” he told them.In addition to the hidden cameras, Mirasol told agents he went into rooms while guests were taking showers and hid under the bed. He would then record them getting dressed, according to the affidavit.Royal Caribbean said in a statement that the company has fired Mirasol and is cooperating with the investigation.“We have zero tolerance for this unacceptable behavior,” the statement said.Mirasol is represented by Robert Berube of the federal public defender's office, who said in an email that he would not comment on the case. Mirasol remained in the Broward County Jail on Wednesday, March 6, 2024. (AP) Online Casino Philippines Guide. here is how to register at an online casino site in the Philippines:

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CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama has refused to sit down with the Provincial Government to address issues surrounding the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project, reiterating his desire to file charges against officials who called for the project’s halt, especially Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia.“No. I don’t want to sit down with them. Why will I have to sit down? They should know where they are; that’s a matter of territory,” Rama said in an interview on Friday, March 8, 2024.Rama’s response followed a resolution urging both Mayor Rama and Governor Garcia to meet and resolve the CBRT project issue through a dialogue. The resolution, authored by City Councilor Nestor Archival, was adopted during the council’s regular session last Wednesday, March 6.Archival’s resolution was amended to include the Provincial Board and the City Council in the dialogue. The amendment was proposed by City Councilor James Anthony Cuenco.To recall, Gov. Garcia issued Memorandum 16-2024 on Feb. 27, ordering the cessation of construction of bus stations along Osmeña Blvd.A day after, during the council’s regular session on Feb. 28, Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia (VM Garcia) delivered a privilege speech addressing heritage protection concerns and the visual impact of the CBRT project on the Capitol building, which has been declared a National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.VM Garcia then urged the Office of the Building Official to issue a cease and desist order against the construction of the CBRT bus station.Declining to have a dialogue, Rama said he would proceed with filing charges against those who want to stop the CBRT project, especially Governor Garcia.“I am going now into connecting with my lawyers because I am very, very serious in filing cases even against the governor,” Rama said.When asked on what grounds the City would be filling the case, Rama said he would let the city lawyers prepare it.SunStar Cebu tried to obtain information from City Legal Officer Carlo Vincent Gimena, but he said he could not divulge anything about it at the moment.When asked whether the construction of the CBRT bus station near the Capitol had been halted, Rama said he lacks information on the project’s current status.However, he said the station should be redesigned.“It can be redesigned...before the station, there was an island, but there was no complaint about it...they will do it in (such a) way that it will not cover the Capitol,” Rama said.Rama earlier this year ordered the demolition of the center island on Osmeña Blvd. for the foot processions during the 2024 Fiesta Señor in January.The civil works for the CBRT’s first package is ongoing, and while the project traverses Talisay City and other towns of Cebu Province, most of its components are located in Cebu City.Meanwhile, regarding his desire to remove CBRT project manager Norvin Imbong, Rama said he had already talked with Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista twice.Rama added that he also does not want to be in a dialogue with Imbong around. Rama, earlier, called for the ouster of Imbong due to alleged mismanagement of the CBRT project. / AML Most Memorable Dates in Philippine Sports . It’s always a good idea to take your time and make sure you’ve found the best online casino in the Philippines on the online gambling market that can give you what you want.

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida -- A Royal Caribbean cruise employee is accused of hiding cameras inside bathrooms of passenger cabins to spy on guests, including underage girls.Arvin Joseph Mirasol, 34, was arrested Sunday, March 3, 2024, on federal charges of production and possession of child sexual abuse material after the Symphony of the Seas arrived in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in the US District Court of Florida. He also faces six counts of voyeurism in state court.A guest staying in a cabin where Mirasol was an attendant found a camera in the bathroom on February 25. It was “affixed to the counter underneath the sink,” according to the affidavit. She reported it to ship officials, who sent security to the room to investigate.Mirasol, who is a citizen of the Philippines, was detained on the ship until March 3, when it docked in Fort Lauderdale. He was questioned by agents from Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection and the Broward Sheriff's Office.Agents discovered “numerous videos of naked females,” as well as images of child sexual abuse while looking at his phone, an SD card and USB stick, the affidavit said. One of the videos showed Mirasol installing a camera in a guest cabin's bathroom.In one five-minute video, a 10-year-old girl entered the bathroom, removed her clothes and got into the shower, the affidavit said.Mirasol told investigators he had been placing cameras in bathrooms since he began working on the ship in December.“I want to control it, but I can’t,” he told investigators, according to the affidavit. He admitted he knew it was illegal to film underage girls.Agents asked him how he chose where to put the cameras. “If I like who is in that room, I place it,” he told them.In addition to the hidden cameras, Mirasol told agents he went into rooms while guests were taking showers and hid under the bed. 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The letter was posted on the official social media page of the Cebu Provincial Government on Wednesday, March 27. In the letter, Manalo asked Lontoc to submit an Archeological Impact Assessment (AIA) and development plans for the project to ensure that the CBRT complies with the National Cultural Heritage Act of 2009, or Republic Act 10066, and the General Appropriations Act (GAA). The AIA is required by Section 30(d) of RA 10066 and the Environmental Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Memorandum Circular 005, series of 2014. The project’s development plan includes mitigation activities to protect the sight line with regard to built heritage, as required under Section 37 of the general provisions of the GAA. “In the meantime, we enjoin the DOTr not to conduct any work or changes in the area, especially excavation works, until we approve your AlA and development plans,” Manalo said. 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He said he will know by then if there are other requirements they need to comply with.Rama’s clarificationIn a statement on Wednesday, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to preserving heritage sites, while emphasizing the positive impact of the CBRT project.Rama said he had to say this so “neighbors, especially the politicians, will fully understand.”The mayor said he already raised the Capitol’s concern in a meeting with DOTr officials in Manila and the financing agencies, World Bank and French Development Agency. He also clarified that filing the complaint against Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia before the Office of the President had nothing to do with her stance to protect the Capitol building and its buffer zone. It was because of her “meddling” in suspending CBRT construction on Capitol-owned lots, he said.“We agree that we must protect the Capitol. There is no dispute there. The issue is the governor’s meddling, ordering the suspension of the CBRT. 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Garcia said the project has already inconvenienced southern commuters. “Mayta mahuman na nang pagkubkob sa CBRT (I hope they will finish the excavation for the CBRT). Hinay kaayo ang turnaround sa atong mga buses (The turnaround of our buses has been really slow) and it affects the waiting time of our passengers,” she said. Garcia said they are thinking of transferring the CSBT to the Talisay City side of the Cebu South Coastal Road and converting the facility into an integrated multi-modal bus and ferry terminal that can also accommodate jeepneys and taxis. However, she said the Province is waiting for a private firm to submit an unsolicited proposal to build the facility. / EHP, JJL

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