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CHAPTER 4
list of criteria. The researchers then weighted them based from these
4.1 Site Selection
assessments.
The proposed site for the Queen Pavilion would be situated in
From the Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) of Daet,
Camarines Norte. The Local Government through the Daet Tourism
Camarines Norte by 2012-2032 the designated areas for tourism
Development provided the Provincial Development and Physical
building and development shall conform to the following sites:
Framework Plan (PPDFP) from 2012-2033. This proposal upholds
its vision, furthers the province’s advocacies, and provides
1. Barangay Awitan
development that will cater to sports and public events in Camarines
2. Barangay Bagasbas
Norte.
3. Barangay Gubat
To finally choose the site, the researchers had ascertained three
(3) sites obejectively found appropriate for the development and
summarized the assessments of these potential sites based from a
Justification
Evaluation results revealed that Site B (Barangay Gubat,
Daet Camarines Norte) garnered the highest score of 83 points.
Hence, it will be the site best suited for the Queen Pavilio
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FIGURE 4.1 Site Selection
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EVALUATION SUMMARY
POTENTIAL SITES: (BAGASBAS, GUBAT, AWITAN)
POTENTIAL SITES
EVALUATION CRITERIA
MEASUREMENT
SITE ACCESSIBILILTY
Site A
POTENTIAL LOCATION
Site B
Site C
Associated with
Associated with
Associated with
green field site
semi urban
semi urban
concept and half
concept and far
Potential locations can be divided into
concept and
away from the
from the Central
three broad categories; central urban,
location for
Central Business
Business Park of
semi urban and greenfield sites
tourism growth of
District of Daet.
Daet.
Assesses connectivity potential of site to
The nearest place
Potential for
surrounding areas
from the Terminal
developmental
the Municipality.
INTEGRATION
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The boom of
of Daet and few
commercial status
Tourism
kilometers from
of the place and
Development is
the Tourism Zone
few
within the site
of the Municipality.
establishments
plus the vistas of
are within.
Pacific Ocean.
VISUAL IMPACT
The availability of
The site is mostly
The site is mostly
vistas from the
covered by its own
hamlet kind of
Pacific Ocean is
element of
occupancy that
Imposes potential for views and vistas
major key to
dwelling from
results into a
access from the site and in between
introduce a major
different kind of
intention way of
surrounding areas
impact for
occupancy that’s
travelling the
potential vsisbility
results a less
vistas from people
of the site
value of visibility
and commercial
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from other
entity of the
surroundings
Municipality.
Site is accessible
Site is accessible
with the use
on foot but
Site is easy
pedertrian or by
walking is not
access for those
Imposes accessibility and safety onto
foot within the
desirable during
who are within the
arterial roadway
barangay but
sunny days as the
barangay but
kilometers away
walkways to
kilometers away
VEHICULAR, PEDSEDTRIAN ,
from the Centro of
thesite are highly
from the CBD of
ACCESSIBILITY AND SAFETY
Daet.
exposed to the
the Municipality.
DESIGN SCHEME
heat of the sun.
There were no
There were no
cultural/historic
cultural/historic
There were no
resources that
resources that
cultural/historic
could be affected.
could be affected.
HISTORIC RESOURCE
Avoids impacts to historic resources
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resources that
could be affected.
Imposes the need for relocation of existing
No existing
No existing
No existing
development no required
development to
development to
development to
residential/business relocation is preferred
relocate.
relocate.
relocate.
SIGNIFICANCE OF
RELOCATION
Site is classified
Site is classified
as a Tourism Spot Site is classified as as a Tourism Spot
LAND USE COMPATABILITY
Assesses consistency with comprehensive
land use plan future designation and
zoning classification
of General Zoning
a Tourism Spot of
of General Zoning
of the
General Zoning of
of the
the Municipality.
Municipality.
Municipality.
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Location of the
site is within the
Tourism
Location of the site
Location of the
Development
is more
site is more
Growth of the
focused on
focused on
Municipality and
business and
business and
the main objective
commercial
commercial
activities.
activities.
Site is covered by
Site is covered by
trees and cutting.
trees and
SUPPORTS COMMUNITY
The consistency with vision plans, GOP's
is Water front
GOALS AND OBJECTIVE
and comprehensive plans, and other
Development
adopted plans
from the Local
Government.
ENVIRONMENTAL COLLISION
Minimizes well and floodplain impacts
vegetation and
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No harmful effect
cutting cannot be
to environment
avoided.
DEFINING THE SITE
and full of bushes.
SITE AREA
SECURITY ISSUES
The area of the
The area of the
The area of the
site is in total of
site is in total of
site is in total of
2.9 hectares
0.63 hectares that
1.2 hectares
Large enough to comfortably
projecting to Cory
belongs to semi
achieving the
accommodate the Queen Pavillion and
Aquino
urban concept of
green fields
allow easy pedestrian circulation around
Boulevard.
the local
concept of local
the perimeter.
ordinance.
ordinance.
Efficiency to response in any emergency
Site is highly
Site is highly
The site is within
visible to the
visible to the
the Aquino
public.
public.
situation
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Boulevard and
characterized by
safety and
security solutions
SITE OWNERSHIP
Site is owned by
Owned by the
Owned by the
Manuel Castro a
Government for
Government for
private
future
future
Verification of that the correct deeds of
practitioner and
developmental
developmental
ownership have been secured and legal
open for public
growth and
growth and
obligations on the land/property being
private
recreation
recreation
acquired
partnership (PPP)
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Far from the
Far from the
CONNECTION TO PUBLIC
Central Business
Central Business
UTLITIES
District the main
Nearest site for an
District the main
The main connections to electrical, gas,
supplier of all
open public
supplier of all
water and waste services.
connections to all
utilities.
connections to all
public utilities.
public utilities.
The character
The character
The character
within the site is
within the site is
within the site is
basically sloping
surrounded by
covered by trees
and some parts of
green fields way of
and vegetation
sites ones with minimal, older
the site was full of
concept.
and surrounded
improvements are preferred
contour.
Assesses extent and condition of any
EXISTING CONDITIONS
existing development
on the site. vacant
by bushes.
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The site is
FUTURE EXPANSION
Weight Factor
essentially open
The site is
The site is
for future
essentially open
essentially open
Adjacent areas are available for facility
expansion that
for future
for future
expansion
corresponds to its
expansion that
expansion that
value of property
corresponds to its
corresponds to its
value of property
value of property
Point System
5 – Very Important
2-
Excellent
4 – Important
1-
Good
3 – Essential
0-
Fair
2 – Somewhat Important
-1 -
Poor
1 – Not Important
-2 -
Unacceptable
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WEIGHT
POTENTIAL SITES
FACTO
EVALUATION CRITERIA
MEASUREMENT
R
PS
Site A x WF
Site B x WF
Site C x WF
(WF)
SITE ACCESSIBILILTY
Potential locations can be
5
2
2
divided into three broad
POTENTIAL
categories; central urban,
LOCATION
semi urban and green field
sites
2
10
10
10
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Assesses connectivity
potential of site to
INTEGRATION
4
2
surrounding areas
2
8
2
8
8
Imposes potential for
views and vistas access
from the site and in
VISUAL IMPACT
5
1
2
1
between surrounding
areas
5
10
5
VEHICULAR,
PEDSEDTRIAN ,
Imposes accessibility and
ACCESSIBILITY
safety onto arterial
AND SAFETY
roadway
4
1
2
4
2
8
8
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DESIGN SCHEME
1
HISTORIC
Avoids impacts to historic
RESOURCE
resources
4
1
4
1
4
4
Imposes the need for
relocation of existing
SIGNIFICANCE
development no required
5
-1
1
1
OF
residential/business
-5
5
5
RELOCATION
relocation is preferred
Assesses consistency with
LAND USE
comprehensive land use
3
1
3
2
6
2
6
COMPATABILIT
plan future designation
Y
and zoning classification
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SUPPORTS
COMMUNITY
The consistency with
GOALS AND
vision plans, GOP's and
OBJECTIVE
comprehensive plans, and
5
2
ENVIRONMENT
Minimizes well and
AL COLLISION
floodplain impacts
10
5
0
0
2
10
1
5
10
0
0
Large enough to
comfortably accommodate
SITE
DEFINING THE
other adopted plans
2
10
5
5
SITE AREA
the Queen Pavillion and
5
2
1
1
allow easy pedestrian
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circulation around the
perimeter.
SECURITY
Efficiency to response in
ISSUES
any emergency situation
4
-2
-8
-1
-4
-2
-8
Verification of that the
correct deeds of
ownership have been
SITE
secured and legal
OWNERSHIP
obligations on the
land/property being
5
2
2
1
10
10
4
0
3
6
acquired
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CONNECTION
The main connections to
TO PUBLIC
electrical, gas, water and
UTLITIES
waste services.
3
0
1
2
3
2
0
1
Assesses extent and
condition of any existing
development
on the site.
EXISTING
vacant sites ones with
CONDITIONS
minimal, older
improvements are
6
0
preferred
3
FUTURE
EXPANSION
-4
2
-2
3
1
6
2
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Adjacent areas are
available for facility
expansion
53
83
72
Total
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4.2 Profile of the Site
thirty or forty estados in depth." In the thriving settlement of Daet, the
Daet is an ancient settlement. Its history dates back from the
Spaniards noted that the houses were clustered together for safety
time the Tabon cave men, from either Kalanay Caves of Masbate or
and protection. Thus, the word Daet was derived from the Bicol word
the Kagraray Cave in Albay, who escaped from their Rajah. The myth
“dait-daitan” which means “close to each other.”
about the Malayan traders as the first people in the Bicol region has
been debunked by the excavations made in the Kalanay and
Kagraray caves. Based on the excavations, archeologists indicated
that Malayan settlers came later.
In 1521, Governor General Miguel Lopez de Legazpi sent
Geographic Location
The Municipality of Daet is the capital of Camarines Norte and
is geographically nestled approximately 112 Degrees-54 Minutes to
123 Degrees-1 Minute East Longitude and 14 Degrees-2 Minutes to
Captain Juan de Salcedo to locate the rich gold mines of Paracale.
14 Degrees-10 Minutes North Latitude. It is 365 kilometers away
On his arrival, Salcedo found thriving settlements built around the
from Metro Manila or eight hours drive by bus and forty-five minutes
gold mines in Paracale and Mambulao (now the municipality of Jose
trip by plane.
Panganiban) as well as in Daet and Indan. Salcedo found the mines
of Mambulao and Paracale "to be excellent, very rich and more than
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Daet was the first major growth center at the northern entry
Territorial Jurisdiction
point of the Bicol Region when the Quirino Diversion Road was not
Daet has a total land area of approximately 5,146.49
yet in existence. The northing coordinates definitely shows Daet
hectares or equivalent to 2.22% of the total land area, 232,007
geographically located as the first of the major centers in the
hectares of Camarines Norte province. The municipality is composed
Legazpi-Iriga-Naga-Daet Growth Corridor (LINDGC) from Metro
of 25 barangays. The table shows that Calasgasan has the largest
Manila.
land area of about 844.30 hectares of 14.41% followed by Dogongan
with 8.64% or 506.2 hectares. The Barangay VI (Centro) has the
The Pacific Ocean serves as Daet’s boundary in the north, the
Municipality of Mercedes in the east, the Municipality of Basud in the
least area comprising of about 12.50 hectares or 0.21% of the total
land area of the municipality.
south, the Municipality of San Lorenzo Ruiz (formerly Imelda) in the
southwest, the Municipality of San Vicente in the west, and the
Municipality of Talisay in the north-west.
Demography
Based on the 2007 Socio-economic Profile of the municipality,
Daet has the largest share in the population of the Province of
Camarines Norte with 94,184 or 18.33% of the provincial population
of 513,785 as of the August 2007 Census. Profile of the municipality
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or equivalent to 18.33% of the provincial population of 513,785 as of
the urban communities is computed at 2.16%. The barangay having
the August 2007 census. The study of population is important to
the lesser projected increase is Barangay Bibirao.
determine its relationship with the inherent physical resources. The
combination of population and physical resources give rise to social,
economic,
infrastructure,
local
administration,
Land Use
environmental
It is hereby adopted as an integral part of this Ordinance, the
management and land use concerns, which should be addressed
a) growth centers and zoning description summarized below and b)
accordingly by the Local Government Unit of DAET.
the Official Zoning Maps (OZM) found in Annex 1. The Growth
The 2007 population of Daet is expected to increase at an
Centers/Corridors namely 1) Poblacion-Calasgasan-Camambugan-
average of 66,510 by Year 2032 at a constant 2.16 percent annual
Bibirao-Magang Growth Center (or New Daet Growth Center)
growth rate. The population of the municipality is projected to grow
covering Barangay I to VIII, Camambugan, Calasgasan, Magang,
in twenty years with an additional 66,510, where Barangays
Bibirao, Lag-on and Gahonon; 2) Bagasbas-Awitan-Gubat Growth
Alawihao, Barangay IV (Mantagbac), and Camambugan are the top
Center covering Barangays of Bagasbas, Awitan, Gubat and
three as shown in Table 6 with expected new populations of 15,357,
Borabod; 3) Alawihao-Lag-on Growth Center covering Barangays of
12,873, and 12,824. The average increase in barangay population of
Alawihao, Lag-on, Mancruz, Pamorangon, Cobangbang and Gubat;
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and 4) Circumferential and Radial Road Corridors covering
crops require relatively cool temperature in order to grow and bear
developments along circumferential and radial. roads in Daet.
fruit successfully.
General Zoning Map
Slope
The official zoning map for the entire municipality, wherein the
The Municipality of Daet is characterized as generally flat
designation, location, and boundaries of the districts/zones herein
terrain. The slope ranges 0-3% which is described as level to very
established are shown, are hereby adopted as an integral part of this
gently sloping as shown. Sharp slope can be found only in some
Ordinance. Such official General Zoning Maps shall be signed by the
embankments of Daet River
local chief executive and duly authenticated by the Sangguniang
Panlalawigan.
Soil Condition
The soils of the municipality of Daet are classified by the
Elevation
Bureau of Soils and Water Management (BSWM) into two groups,
Elevation plays an important role in the growing of crops due
namely, (1) soils of the plains and the valleys, and (2) soils of
to its influence on moisture availability and thermal regimes. Certain
miscellaneous land types. There are also materials which cannot be
classified as true soils because they are not the product of
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weathering of the horizons and are not related to one another as far
Table - (EM01) Area Distribution of Soil Type, Daet, Camarines Norte
as soil formation is concerned.
Soil Type
Also included under this group are non-agricultural soils with
physical characteristics or features like slope stoniness and with
1) soils of the plains Indan Clay
596.47
and the valleys
San Manuel
4109.97
San Manuel Loam
259.47
chemical composition which do not warrant cultivation. Included in
this group is the Hydrosoil type. The sub-type of soils of Daet are
2) soils
San Manuel Clay Loam, San Manuel Loam, and Indan Clay as
miscellaneous
shown. All of these three types are good for agriculture. San Manuel
land types
types are good for coconut, abaca, vegetables, corn, sugarcane,
watermelon, melon, and root crops.
culture.
Area (Ha.)
of Unknown
Total
180.58
5,146.49
Indan clay is best for rice
Natural Drainage
The 23-kilometer Daet River is the only river in the
municipality. It is also the second largest river in Camarines Norte
province. It flows through 11 barangays Calasgasan, Dogongan,
Bibirao, Alawihao, Camambugan, Lag-on, San Isidro, Gubat,
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Cobangbang, Pamorangon, Mambalite, Barangay I, III, IV, and VIII).
located.
Contributing factors to the poor water quality are the domestic
At the upstream, it is fed by three river bodies, namely
sewage from households along the river banks and the garbage and
Manama River, Daet River Branch (Mampurog River), and Matsug
wastes from the municipal slaughterhouse directly dumped into the
River.
The confluence of these three rivers is considered the
river. Other contributing factors include the sand and gravel
headwater of Daet River. In turn, the headwater of the three rivers in
quarrying at the upper reach and the agricultural effluents from farm
Mount Labo which lies to the west of Daet.
lots containing chemicals and pesticides which find its way to the
The confluence is located at Daculang Bolo in the municipality
of San Lorenzo Ruiz. The Daet River is joined by the Basud River at
river. The seven creeks found in Daet namely Mabulao, Aswang,
Luigi, Libho, Magon, Calasgasan, and Casistas.
about four kilometers from its discharge point before it finally drains
Mabulao creek is mainly a convergence of Libho, Magon,
to the Pacific Ocean through the municipality of Mercedes. The
Calasgasan, and Casitas creeks. It is found in the southern portion
present condition of the river on the uppermost portion does not show
of the municipality.
any sign of deterioration. However, in the midpoint of the river, the
through barangays Bibirao, Magang, Barangay II, Barangay I and
water quality of the river is slightly deteriorated. This is where the
Cobangbang before it connects the Daet River in Mambalite.
thickly populated urban barangays of Barangay I, III, IV, and VIII are
Mabulao creek starts from Calasgasan and
Mabulao creek is a source of communal irrigation system in
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Barangays Cobangbang and some parts of Barangay Mambalite.
During the rainy season, they usually overflow and submerged
(EM03a) Area Distribution of Flood Type and its Suitability,
Daet, Camarines Norte
portions of residential and agricultural areas.
Flood Type
Suit
Area (Ha.)
Flood Hazard
RainInduced
Low
658.9
Flooding is an environmental concern and its one of the
RiverFlooding
Moderate
4.87
recurring problems in the broad alluvial plains and active tidal flats
RiverFlooding
High
208.66
especially during the wet season. Heavy rains are usually the cause
RiverFlooding
High
69.35
of flashfloods in Daet. Absence of comprehensive drainage system
RunOffFlooding
Moderate
1,486.59
RunOffFlooding
High
2,160.25
TidalFlooding
High
36.22
TidalFlooding
High
521.65
and poor maintenance of both natural and manmade drainage
systems increased runoff resulting from concretization in the
poblacion area. The occurrence of flood is related to river overflow,
high rainfall intensities, and run-off upstream areas during peak rain
periods.
TOTAL
5,146.49
Source: MPDO Daet Maps
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Climatic Conditions
(thunderstorm) cloud; (c) strong turbulence within the cumulonimbus
The climate in the municipality of Daet as shown in Map
cloud; (d) gusty winds (up to 120 kph) at the surface before and at
belongs to the Type II climate. This climate type is characterized by
the start of heavy rains; (e) occurs from March to October; (f) may
a no dry season and a very pronounced rainy period particularly
form the ITCZ (Inter Tropical Convergent Zone), Southwest
during the months of November to January.
Monsoon; and (f) Low pressure area, Tropical Cyclone can develop
due to localized convective activity.
Tropical Cyclones: There are 19 to 21 occurrences of typhoon per
year in the Philippines. Typhoons usually bring tragic impact and
Cold Front: Cold front is another weather system which is mistaken
major destructions to lifelines and facilities as had been
to be a simple weather disturbance. This is formed when cold air
demonstrated by the occurrences of Typhoons.
moves over the warmer air. Since cold air is heavy, warm air is
pushed aloft by cold air giving rise to widespread cloudiness.
Thunderstorms: These come in all sizes and shapes with some
cells only a few kilometers in diameter, while some form clusters of
Southwest Monsoon (Habagat): During the summer of the
storms. The characteristic features of thunderstorms are: (a) thunder
Northern Hemisphere, the Asiatic Continent becomes warmer than
and lightning; (b) hailstones at the upper part of the Cumulonimbus
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the surrounding seas and a low pressure cell develops over the
towering clouds of cumulonimbus accompanied by showers and
continent.
widespread thunderstorms. The axis of convergence, which is
usually oriented in the east to west direction does not remain
Northeastern Monsoon (Amihan): During winter in the Northern
stationary at the equator but migrates north or south of the equator.
Hemisphere, the Asiatic Continent is snowbound and the high
It oscillates over the Philippines during the months of May to October.
pressure cell over China sends northeasterly winds over the
ITCZ can be breeding sources of tropical cyclones. The major
Philippines giving us cold temperatures, and causing much rainfall
disastrous effects of ITCZ are flood, landslide and mudflow.
over the eastern coast of the country, with a prolonged intense rain
that might cause flooding in low lying areas. This happens from
November to February.
Soil Erosion Hazard
Soil erosion is the process of wearing away of soils and the
transportation of soil particles on the surface of the land. The removal
Intertropical Convergent Zone (ITCZ)
of soils is caused by the action of water or wind, and influence by the
This is the region where the northern hemisphere trade wind
activities of man. Erosion and its rate of occurrence need to be
meets the southern hemisphere trade wind. A region where two
considered in agricultural development planning because they affect
tropical winds converge. The characteristic features, include: (a) a
soil productivity and crop performance. Erosion results to low yields
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since plant nutrients are removed with the soil. The degree and
extent of erosion are shown in table below shows around 949.48
hectares suffers from slight erosion as shown in map.
Tsunami Hazard
Tsunami is an infrequent hazard brought by large earthquake.
Daet is vulnerable to tsunami threats that are both locally generated
and coming from other countries within the Pacific basin. There are
about 1,672.16 hectares or 25.91 percent of the total land area
vulnerable to tsunami. The barangays that are likely to be affected
are Borabod, Gubat, Awitan, Bagasbas, Mambalite, and San Isidro.
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4.3 MAPS
Figure 4.2 General Zoning Map of Daet
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Figure 4.3 Erosion Map of Daet
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Figure 4.4 Flood Map of Daet
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Figure 4.5 Elevation Map of Daet
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Figure 4.6 Slope Map of Daet
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Figure 4.7 Soil Type Map of Daet
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Figure 4.8 Tsunami Map of Daet
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Infrastructure
Transport System
The land transport system includes major buses plying the
Road Network Circulation
Manila/Cubao – Daet route and vice versa. There are also buses and
The municipality of Daet has three national roads located
air-conditioned vans that serve passengers going to other areas of
along Froilan Pimentel Avenue, Vinzons Avenue and Bagasbas
Bicol such Daet-Naga and Naga- Daet route. Public utility vans,
Road. These roads serve as the main thoroughfare leading to the
jeepneys and mini buses convey commuters to different towns of
central business district of Daet. Most of the roads in the Central
Camarines Norte. The most common mode of transportation inside
Business District of Daet are two way street. One-way street and left
the municipality is the tricycle. The streets of Daet are alive with
turn restrictions are enforced along the main thoroughfare
colorful tricycles with unique accessories plying around the town and
particularly along Vinzons Avenue where vehicular flow is usually
nearby municipalities on a minimum fare of P8.00 for the first two-
heavy in all directions. Traffic circulation along the public market
kilometer distance. Kalesas or horse drawn carriages are also
need to be studied to ease congestion in the area. Lack of parking
present in the area. At night, tricycle fare in far flung barangays
facilities and unresponsive parking management policies has
ranges from P15.00 and more depending upon the distance and
become a major issue of Daet CBD.
agreement by the driver and passenger.
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Parking Area
Parking Area in Daet has become a major traffic issue brought
the 25 barangays of the municipality are served and completely
energized.
by lack of parking facilities and parking management policy. The
common use of the roadway as parking especially on the national
Communication
highway and vicinity of the public market and major establishments
The following communication facilities are available in the
in the commercial district where traffic tends to be heavy and
municipality of Daet, the Philippine Postal Services, operational
vehicle/pedestrian conflicts are widespread. Parking restrictions in
management information system, and local telephone providers,
some areas are visible but this should be studied in order to come
Bayantel and Digitel.
up with a more comprehensive parking plan policy.
Water Supply
Power Supply
One of the best tasting potable water in the country sufficiently
Majority of the electrical connection in Daet are residential.
supplied by Camarines Norte Water District (CNWD). Almost all
Camarines Norte Electric Cooperative, whose office is located at
barangays completely are served with the Level III water system at
Barangay 1, supplies the electric power needs of the municipality. All
the commercial and household level. Presently, Daet still boasts of
having adequate water supply and one of the cleanest potable water
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in the province. For now, the present problem related to water supply
disposal, there will surely be an impact on local water resources as
may prevail in squatter settlements and in households mired in
Daet continues to grow. With rivers, creeks and springs as sources
poverty. Such households usually lack adequate water supply and
of water and as outlets for wastewater and the like and as the number
sanitation facilities. On the other hand, while the Daet local
of people of increase, water quality will be a bigger problem in the
coming years.
government and the Camarines Norte Water District continue their
efforts to increase access to water supply, the bigger challenge is for
them to implement parallel efforts in providing wastewater treatment
facilities.
Drainage and Sewerage
Presently, there is no well-planned, centralized drainage and
sewerage system in Daet. With the existing drainage and sewerage
system and open drainage systems, pollution of indiscriminate waste
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Figure 4.9 Existing Structures and Road Network near the Site
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Figure 4.10 3D View of Existing Structures and Road Network near the Site
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Figure 4.11 Lot Bearing
SCALE
Line
Bearing
Distance (M)
BLLM
S 89°46’ E
1426.70 M
1-2
S 23°58’W
63.01 M
2-3
S 29°23’W
18.28 M
3-4
N 73°37’W
109.09 M
4-5
N 54°53’W
15.00 M
5-6
N 74°39’W
128.14 M
6-7
N 52°29’W
94.85 M
7-8
N 60°47’W
96.82 M
8-9
N 78°10’W
98.52 M
9-10
N 78°11’W
23.62 M
10-11
N 14°04’E
159.75 M
11-12
S 86°30’E
175.54 M
12-13
S 71°29’E
92.56 M
13-14
S 19°18’E
159.38 M
14-15
S 46°02’E
73.44 M
15-1
S 77°30’E
1:3000
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The area is sixty five thousand and sixty five (65,065) square meters.
on the SW, along lines1-2-3-4-4-5-6-7-8-9 by river control; on the
All points are marked on the ground as follows; points 3-8 inclusive
NW, along line 9-10 on the N and along the line of 10-11 by national
by Stakes; points 16 and 17 by X’s on trees; point 21 by stake; and
road along lines 11-12-13-14-15-16. This lot was surveyed in
the rest by P.S. Cyl. Conc. Mons. Bounded on the SE, along lie 1-2
accordance with the law and existing regulations promulgated,
thereunder by the Deputy Public Land Surveyor.
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