“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.
Workaholic Tiger Woods learning to rest as he prepares for 2019 debut The 43-year-old made his season debut at Torrey Pines Golf Course – the scene of Woods’ record seven Farmers Insurance Open titles though the last came in 2013 – on Thursday.Woods experienced a mixed opening round in San Diego, with the American star holding five birdies and three bogeys, to be eight strokes adrift of leader Rahm. Related News Tiger Woods carded a 2-under 70 in his first appearance of the 2019 PGA Tour season at the Farmers Insurance Open, where Jon Rahm set the early pace.Woods enjoyed a return to form last year, the 14-time major winner ending his five-year wait for a title by claiming the Tour Championship, having impressed at The Open and PGA Championship. The patrons had a feeling this one had chance.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/FK5lACfFnU— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 24, 2019In picture-perfect conditions, Woods needed six holes to make his first birdie on Torrey Pines’ South Course before collecting another at the ninth, having bogeyed the second.Woods went par-birdie-bogey-birdie after the turn, and he closed out the day with an 18th-hole birdie.Strong finish.@TigerWoods closes first round of the @FarmersInsOpen with a birdie.#QuickHits pic.twitter.com/6AGauwXH6V— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 24, 2019Rahm starred on the North Course – the Spaniard posting a 10-under 62 for a one-stroke lead heading into the second round.The day belonged to Rahm, who started his round with an eagle before following that up with another eagle and three birdies on the back nine.Rahm only dropped one shot as he reeled off four successive birdies to stay ahead of world No. 1 Justin Rose.What a leaderboard at the @FarmersInsOpen:1. @JonRahmpga, -10T2. @JustinRose99, -9T2. @DougGhim4. @ctpangolf, – 85. @JordanSpieth, -7Full scores: https://t.co/vZk1d8dmgT pic.twitter.com/jIVRh7TLzx— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 24, 2019Also playing the North Course, Rose completed a flawless round, which included seven birdies and an eagle for a 63 alongside Doug Ghim. Former world No. 1 Jordan Spieth ended the day in outright fifth position, three shots behind Rahm.Spieth missed the cut at the Sony Open but the three-time major champion fared better on Thursday after recording a 7-under 65.Jason Day opened his title defense with a first-round 67, while Rickie Fowler managed a 73 to be 1 over.