City officials recently expressed their deepest gratitude and appreciation to PhilSurv Geodetic Service represented by its corporate secretary, Atty. Adolfo Z. Reyes II, for donating a Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) topographical survey to the city government.
In a resolution, city legislators stated that the local government is thankful and appreciative that the PhilSurv Geodetic Service chose the city as one of the beneficiaries of their very useful technology and the city commends and expressed its profound appreciation to the company for this donation.
Earlier, a deed of donation was made by PhilSurv Geodetic Service in favor of the city government and accepted by city officials, a LIDAR topographical survey instrument.
This LIDAR topographical survey instrument is worth around P12 million which aims to inform possible boundary disputes, encroachments, errors in technical descriptions, the exact location of the land on the ground as per title, and other land issues that need to be considered in land development in the city while the survey plans are designed to provide accurate information of the actual conditions of a construction sites for their design requirements.
Moreover, the survey instrument intends to provide information that may be of use not just for the current issues but also for the future issues that the city government may come across.
Copies of the approved resolution will be transmitted to the PhilSurv Geodetic Service based in Mandaluyong City for information, guidance, ready reference and further needed action.