The P6 million project, Siaton Terminal Complex, started its operation on June 11 this year, making the life of the travelers who are passing by the town easier than before.
The Mayor of Siaton, Vincent Arbolado, said that the fund used for the project was loaned from the Development Bank of the Philippines supported by the funding from Governor Emilio Macias, II and Pryde Henry Teves, congressman of the 3rd District.
Siaton, Negros Oriental—Ceres Liner, owned by Vallacar Transit Incorporated (VTI) is untiringly providing the people of Siaton the best travel experience which other buses cannot offer. For more than twenty years, VTI is undisputed when it comes to accommodating the needs of travelers all over Negros Province. That’s why they have become the biggest transportation company in Visayas and Mindanao Region. They have exceeded the expectations of the tourists as well as the people who are visiting or living in Negros provinces.
At first thought, I never had a feeling to be a blogger. I just wanted to build a website for Siaton because I was so frustrated that there wasn’t enough information about the place when I was surfing the net. I am not even from Siaton! Why would I care blog for it?
And then it just crossed to my mind; Why not?
So, we converted mysiaton.com, which was an HTML website, into a blog with the help of WordPress™ platform because it was easier for me to add updates as well as pictures.
The fact that more and more students are pursuing their high school years in Siaton National High School, the institution is finding it harder to accommodate all of them. In order for this issue to be resolved, the Department of Education (DepEd), in collaboration with the Local Government Unit of Siaton implements a new educational system. This system is only applicable to high school students who wish to pursue their secondary education in a public institution.
If you’re living in Negros Oriental you know that almost all of the land owners from every city or town prefer to convert their lands into sugar cane plantation. It is because sugar cane business has been proven to bring wealth to all “hacienderos”. In fact, if you travel from Bayawan City to Canlaon City you can see sugar cane plantation on every side of the road.
It was almost 7 o’clock in the morning in Siaton when I took a little drive with my motorcycle to breathe the fresh air still filled with morning dew. I noticed that the streets of Siaton was becoming more populated which is unusual since it was still very early and the sun was just about to show its first ray.