Limay plans to put up fish sanctuary


The municipal government of Limay is going to put up a fish sanctuary amid reports of depleting fish supply in the country.
Limay Vice Mayor Richie Jayson David recently discussed with this correspondent his plans of putting up fish sanctuary in Limay’s vast fishing ground to protect local fishermen and other residents who solely depend on fishing industry.

David said a “pawikan” conservation center is also on the drawing board to provide more space for taking care of the endangered species. “We plan to put up a “pawikan” conservation center similar to the one we have in Morong, as our own way of caring for the environment,” said David.

He said because of ever growing population, the municipal government is doing its best to improve the living condition and “the environment where we live.” “If sometimes, there are disturbances and some inconvenience in our environment, that is a sign of progress and that inconvenience is only temporary,” he added.

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