[Blueboard] SITUATION REPORT- Monday, 19 January 2004

uppa uppa at admu.edu.ph
Tue Jan 20 11:31:30 PHT 2004


 
                                                         SITUATION REPORT
(Monday, 19 January 2004)
 
POWER:  A preventive maintenance power outage is scheduled on Sunday, 8 February from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the PLDT CTC and JGSOM buildings.  Only these two buildings will be affected by the outage.
 
WATER:  Mr. Ariston Alex M. Torres III, LS P.E. Director is commended for his initiative in water conservation.  The College Covered Courts water system is shut-off at 10:00 p.m. and opened at 6:00 a.m. to minimize water wastage due to leaks and negligence.  This practice will be adopted in the different units with some modifications starting Tuesday night, 20 January.  Below is the schedule for the different units:
                                                                                                       Main Valve Closed       Main Valve Opened
            Grade School Complex & McBo Canteen:                   7:00 p.m.                     5:00 a.m. 
            Blue Eagle Gym                                                             10:00 p.m.                     6:00 a.m.
High School Complex                                                      7:00 p.m.                     6:00 a.m.
            College Complex                                                           10:00 p.m.                     6:00 a.m.
            Social Development Complex                                     10:00 p.m.                      6:00 a.m.
            APS-Rockwell                                                                10:00 p.m.                      7:00 a.m.
            APS-Salcedo                                                                 10:00 p.m.                      7:00 a.m.
 
The above schedule will be adjusted by the different units to accommodate various activities during the semester.  All units are encouraged to institute similar measures.
 
SECURITY:  An LS student's car was carnapped around 10:00 a.m. last 12 January at Rosa Alvero, Loyola Heights while he was visiting a friend.  The incident was been reported to the police.  The vehicle has not been recovered.     
 
Quezon City leads in the number of vehicles carnapped in Metro Manila.  It is reported that at least two cars are stolen everyday.  The community should take the risk of carnapping seriously.  The problem of unlocked cars on campus has not abated. For the information of all, twenty-three cars were left unlocked by their owners from January 5-16.  They are listed below:
 
Date     License Plate & Sticker Nos.                       Area                             Owner    
 
5 Jan    PTPW-425 / G-0637                  Central Carpark                    Bianca Fernandez
             XFT-747 / G-02871                    West Carpark                       Benjamin C. Young
             XBP-774 (no sticker)                  West Carpark                           -
             PRC-217 / old sticker D-794    West Carpark                      M.A. Aberin - Faculty
8 Jan    WLT-144 / G-04757                    Lower East Carpark             Xavier G. Baldovino
            TSP-832                                      Lower East Carpark                  -
12 Jan  UTE-715 / G-01715                    Central Carpark                     Luvina Pascual
            WEH-660 / G-06073                    Central Carpark                    Allen Tendero
13 Jan  PDX-578 / G-04080                    Central Carpark                     Karisa Pacion
            TSL-818 / G-00445                      Central Carpark                     Kathleen King
14 Jan TRN-495 / G-02122                     Diversion Rd                          Ralph C. Maglaya
            WDG-166 / G-05615                   Lower East Carpark               Christopher Schabel
            WHE-167 / G-00558                   Upper East Carpark                Enrique Pastor
15 Jan UHT-817 / G-03378                     Central Carpark                      Dyanne L. Ventura
            TMP-663 / G-00702                     Central Carpark                      Kendrick T. Hirang
            PKS-280 / G-0247603                 Central Carpark                      Melissa J. Puzon
            MBO-888 / G-06424                    Lower East Carpark                Felix F. Ople
            WGA-705 / G-05906                    Upper East Carpark                Nicolos Devanadera
            WNF-553 / G-04043                    Upper East Carpark                Sherwin C. O
            WJT-322 / D-434                        West Car Park                        K. G. Fernandez - Faculty
            UJL-390 / D-543                         West Carpark                         Harry S. Pasimio - Faculty
            TNJ-979 / D-773                         West Carpark                         Jose P. Lagumen - Staff
16 Jan TMC-473 / G-05703                     Central Carpark                       Jeffrey K. Sy
 
A student has written to register his opposition to the proposed PhP1,000.00 fine for unlocked vehicles.  He argues that negligence should not be punished.  The University Physical Plant maintains that losses on campus are mainly due to carelessness and negligence.  Since repeated warnings have not been effective, sanctions are being imposed in the hope that they might solve the problem.  
 
Since the start of the year, two students have reported losses of computer laptops.  One was lost allegedly inside a locker. Investigation showed that the lock was not broken and the locker was not forced open.  The other case involved a laptop and a cellular phone left inside a bag that was left on one of the benches near the LM Bulletin Board.  The student claimed that she left her bag with a friend when she went to the ATM machine at Xavier Hall.  The friend who was supposed to watch the bag denied that he was told to watch the bag.   
 

 

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Situation Report 19 January 2004 is also posted at http://www.admu.edu.ph/upp/advisory.htm  

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