Adding up to several wish list many of you mentioned above , here’s my own wish envisaged for Dumaguete. I. Proper sewage /drainage disposal system around the city and extending to and outside the Metro Dumaguete towns . II. Police quick response unit and more policing on the streets .This means additional check points and increased number of police. III Good crime busting operations ,and proper detention of criminals including the petty ones . It is utterly appalling they were catching criminals but without victims pressing charges they let them go, only to reoffend again and again .Isn’t it a complete waste of time and resources? The city and provincial govt. should be taking the Dumaguete crime problem more seriously than ever before. People of Dumaguete wanted more actions than just political diatribe and public reassurances that come empty. 1. Introduction of rehabilation programme for the detainees before release. Perhaps in addition sponsoring a variety of free vocation training that may help develop their skills, hopefully when release to find a job that will eventually dettach themselves from criminal activities. IV Wishing for more efforts to be put in by city planning officials for Dumaguete to be more greener and energy efficient and development of better traffic management system 1. Create more bypass roads around Dumaguete ,and making it happen sooner. It will help solve measures rerouting the traffic out of the city centre ,not just changing the traffic into diff congested roads, it doesn’t help . 2. Pedestrianize the boulevard area extending past Lab-as but with exceptions to the Looc area where motor vehicles be allowed due to the presence of the Dumaguete pier . Perhaps if there’s more in the budget having it pave with tiles or any for cobbled stone effect look , adding character to the Boulevard. 2a. Even possibly extending the pedetrianized area down Perdices and on . It’s a very narrow street, it’s getting awfully clogged up with motor traffic, you can smell and inevitably inhale the toxicity of the smoke as you go by ,it’s not pleasant . 2b. Promoting green and aesthetic appeal . Perhaps dig out portions of the left concrete road pavements along the extended promenade and plant them instead with trees and the odd sections of flowering plants like climbing / rumbling bougainvillas that will add colour and greenery. Some restaurants dotting the extended promenade can even set up marques and bring out tables outside . 2c. By completely stopping flow of motor vehicles down the boulevard, instead allowing the greener alternative by encouraging horse drawn Tartanillas (possibly improve the old drab look to a nicely embellished ones with colourful eye catching designs ) and the tri-sikads ( pedal bikes attached with passenger sits for people who hates walking ). It is not nice when you’re chilling out down the boulevard though with its more laidback atmosphere but contrasted with like forever flow of smoke belching vehicles along . It is absolutely a health hazard breathing in continuously smoke filled air with steady volumes of carbon emissions permeating the airspace. The Tartanillas, tri-sikads are indeed the greener alternative feasible as transport replacement along the Boulevard and pedestrianized areas . Cyclists are much welcomed too . Possibly with an exception by only allowing some odd cargo /supply and residents’ vehicles in the area .Otherwise this would come less appealing to residents and business establishments along the boulevard who will be directly affected with the changes. 2d. Tricycles and cars will only be allowed to operate outside pedestrianized areas . By putting more serious and comprehensive planning by city officials ,the gargantuan problem of Dgte city traffic eventually if not all be resolve , but at the least be largely reduced to some bearable conditions. Any reactions?