[Blueboard] SITUATION REPORT - Monday, 11 February 2008
iescuadro at ateneo.edu
Mon Feb 11 16:24:58 PHT 2008
(Monday, 11 February 2008)
The Situation Report of 11 February 2008, with relevant photos, is posted at
It may also be downloaded as a Word file from
WATER: The leak in the Grade School complex has been stopped. There are
still a number of problematic distribution lines at the Blue Eagle Gym but
these are being acted on. The leak near the security office last Wednesday
night was due to a dislocated joint on the water line. The line was affected
by the roots of an adjacent tree.
The leak at the junction of the Grade School car park and Fr. Masterson Road
reported by drivers and pedestrians was due to an old gasket that had to be
1. The Grade School cistern was put up in 1994 and is one of the
oldest on campus. A defective gate valve had to be replaced last Friday, 8
2. The High School cistern pressure tank was repaired this morning
after it burst. The High School cistern was constructed also in the early
Found and returned:
1. 9:00 p.m., Monday 4 February: SG RUBEN P YANSON found a wallet at
the SEC A building containing cash, credit and ATM cards. This was turned
over to the security office and claimed by the owner on Wednesday, 6
2. 5:45 p.m., Tuesday 5 February: Two passengers from Ateneo left a
cell phone in a tricycle sidecar at the Mini Stop store. The cell phone was
seen by the gas station attendant when the tricycle went to get gas. The
gas attendant refused to turn over the cell phone to the driver.
3. Mr. JOMAR PUDOL CASIDSID driver of LHTODA White tricycle 027
reported the incident to campus security. SSG SEVERINO B BULACAN
accompanied Mr. Casidsid to retrieve the cell phone at the gas station. The
cell phone has not been claimed by its owner as of today.
4. 4:25 p.m., Wednesday 6 February: MR. EUGENIO ALVIN DOMINGO (in red
t-shirt) driver of LPTODA Green tricycle turned over to campus security a
cell phone he found in the tricycle side car. The cell phone was returned
to the High School student at 4:45 p.m. of the same day.
5. 11:55 a.m., Thursday 7 February: JSA ground maintenance crew MR.
ELMER M. QUIANO found a wallet near the baseball field and turned it over to
the security office.
6. The wallet found by Mr. Quiano was claimed by the owner at 2:20 p.m.
of the same day.
7. 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, 5 February: SEC roving guard LEONARDO C SANTOS
found a blue stereo component along the SEC hallway. The owner only claimed
it last Friday, 8 February at the security office.
8. 8:55 a.m., Friday 8 February: SG DANILO M ARCUENO found a cell
phone, USB and backpack of assorted books at the SEC C foyer. This was
turned over to the security office.
9. 11:55 a.m., Friday, 8 February: LS student claimed the cell phone,
USB and backpack found at the SEC-C foyer.
10. 4:40 p.m., Thursday, 7 February: LS student LUIS B. NAZARENO found
a cell phone in the JSEC Mall toilet. The student endorsed the cell phone
to campus security. The cell phone was claimed by the owner later in the
afternoon at the security office.
11. Cervini Cafeteria waiter MR. CIGFED G. ALABAT found a wallet on one
of the cafeteria tables. He endorsed it to guard on duty.
12. The owner of the wallet containing cash, ATM and other cards claimed
it at the security office in the evening of the same day.
The number of cars found unlocked by campus security is increasing.
10:45 a.m., Friday 8 February: Roving guard SG FLORANTE H ANGELES found a
sedan with keys attached to the driver's door at the East carpark. The
owner of the vehicle was traced through the gate pass sticker and reported
Summary of Unlocked Cars
Monday 4 Feb
Monitoring carparks is time-consuming and a strain to campus security. The
option of imposing a P2,000.00 penalty for unlocked cars is now being
considered. This may be imposed next school year. Drivers who leave their
cars unlocked should shoulder the cost of security.
MAINTENANCE: Some of the repairs done on campus last week.
1. The damaged concrete block along Seminary Drive near the Department
of Communication carpark.
2. The manhole near the Sonolux building was clogged and caused water
to overflow to the street.
3. The clogged manhole was cleaned.
4. The damaged manhole cover before the waiting shed between Loyola
House of Studies and San Jose Seminary posed danger to users of the stairs
leading to De la Costa Housing.
5. The manhole with the repaired cover now in place.
1. On Katipunan before Gate 1 coming from Aurora Boulevard, there is a
manhole without a cover.
2. The manhole cover may have been damaged by the armored car that
would illegally park along the sidewalk.
3. A Grade School teacher fell in this manhole several years ago
during the rainy season when the area was flooded. The community is warned
to be careful when passing the area.
All University Physical Plant (UPP) office and maintenance personnel will be
in Mirador Hill, Baguio for Days of Renewal and Spiritual Journey from
Friday, 22 February to Monday, 25 February. Please note:
1. Routine UPP services will not be available in the Loyola Heights,
APS-Rockwell, APS-Salcedo and at the Ateneo School of Medicine and Public
Health (ASMPH) campuses.
2. Security personnel will be on duty in the four campuses.
3. Housekeeping personnel in APS-Rockwell, APS-Salcedo and at the ASMPH
will also be on duty.
4. Back-up arrangements for emergencies have been set up. For
emergencies please contact the security office personnel who will in turn
contact UPP for action needs.
Please email comments to iescuadro at ateneo.edu
Visit the University Physical Plant website at
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