Higher rentals of Tondaligan facilities, amenities proposed

SEVERAL buildings, including amenities at Tondaligan Park in Bonuan Gueset built and acquired during the past city administration will soon be tapped for revenue generation by the administration of Mayor Brian Lim if a series of ordinances proposed by the City Treasurer’s Office is passed by the Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP).

The buildings and facilities include the Mayor’s Pavilion, which was built from P2.4 million Performance Fund won by the city during the Belen Fernandez administration, the guest house, the Sangguniang Panlungsod Pavillon, comfort rooms and bathhouses, and water sports equipment.

City Treasurer Romelita Alcantara proposed a series of ordinance specifying a special permit fee for the use of the Mayor’s Shed, fixing the rate of the Guest House, as well as the Sangguniang Panlungsod Pavilion; for use of water sports vessels and  use of public comfort rooms and bath Rooms.

The permit fee for use the Mayor’s Shed/ Pavilion will be P2,500 for the first four hours and P500 per hour in excess.

The proposed rental per room at the city government guest house will be P1,500 per day for one room that can accommodate three persons; The entire Guest House, which has three rooms, can be rented at P4,500 per day, accommodating a maximum of 12 persons.    

The Sangguniang Panlungsod Pavilion will be rented out at P2,000 for the first four hours and P500 per hour in excess.

The Banana boat will be P200 per person at a maximum of six persons for 30 minutes; rent of entire banana boat is P1,200 at a maximum of eight persons for 30 minutes.

The rent for jet ski will be P1,000 per person at a maximum of two persons for 30 minutes; The bandwagon rate will be P250 per person at a maximum of four persons for 15 minutes and the entire Bandwagon can be rented out at P1,500 for a maximum of six persons for 15 minutes.

The kayak will be rented at P200 per person, accommodating a minimum of two persons, for one hour.

The bathhouse will charge P20 per user. (Leonardo Micua) 

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