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“We will invite the President to ground break the two projects together if possible, and the target will be in the first quarter of this year,” Mayor Evelio Leonardia said during a press conference on Monday. President Rodrigo Roa witnesses the program proper during the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Change of Command ceremony at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City on January 4, 2020. KING RODRIGUEZ/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO The MassKara Coliseum is also one of the priority projects of the City Government. It will be funded by the P1.7-billion loan from the Development Bank of the Philippines. BACOLOD City – The local unit of this city will invite President Rodrigo Duterte for the groundbreaking ceremony of the museum-auditorium and MassKara coliseum projects. Other priority projects of the City Government are the development of Progreso Village Relocation Site worth P350 million; Bacolod City College Site Development and Facilities, P350 million; and the construction of roads and bridges, P200 million./PN According to Leonardia, theconstruction of P163-million museum-auditorium project, which was facilitatedby Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri, will start in the first quarter of 2020 along withthe construction of the Bacolod MassKara Coliseum. This project will develop the sleeping southern part of Bacolod. The coliseum and museum also had a land area of 7.3 hectares. The project, which is his flagship project in Bacolod City, will not cost the City Government. This will be constructed along Barangay Alijis. The Yanson family earlier donated to the City Government a total of 8.8-hectare land to be used for the South Public Terminal, museum, and coliseum along Barangay Alijis in Bacolod City.
He added: “It’s about having a clear mind and being aware of the circumstances you’re in at any given time. We know what we have to do against France – losing is not an option. There is a pride element and we’re playing at home. “If we win the last two games we leave ourselves in a good enough place, hopefully. That starts this weekend. We need to come out of the traps nice and hard. After the disappointment of losing to England and Scotland, everyone’s up for it. “I don’t care about how France have been doing or where they finish up, it’s about us, this team and this squad. “All I’m worried about is making sure we’re in the right place this weekend.” France are suffering even more than Ireland having lost to Italy, Wales and England, although the shoots of recovery were evident at Twickenham. If they lose today, seven matches will have progressed without a win – their worst championship sequence since 1927. “In sport, anything can happen. That’s what makes it interesting and why fans pay to buy a ticket,” captain Thierry Dusautoir said. “You never know who is going to win. I’m not thinking about losing. If it happens, it happens. Maybe at 7pm we’ll talk about our record.” The RBS 6 Nations rivals have failed to justify their pre-championship billing as title contenders and instead find themselves jostling to avoid the wooden spoon. Victory would prevent Ireland from finishing bottom of the table for the first time since 1998 – their final match is against Italy next Saturday – and O’Brien has sounded a pre-match cry of defiance. “To win any international you have to beat up the opposition,” the Leinster openside said. “Physically we’ll have to go to that place where it’s manic and they don’t know what’s coming at them. Both teams need to win, but if you’re desperate you can do some silly things.” Press Association Sean O’Brien has demanded Ireland produce a performance of controlled ferocity when they host France at the Aviva Stadium this afternoon.