TAGBILARAN CITY.Bohol Environment Management Office (BEMO) appeared alerted some areas in the province that are vulnerable to become water
world in anticipation of the impact of torrential rains that may be brought about by typhoon Ruby. BEMO officer-in-charge Samuel V. Racho voiced this advisory during the meeting of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (PDRRMC) presided over by Gov. Edgar Chatto yesterday. Barangay Sawang Poblacion, Loboc town is rated ?very high? in flood threat advisory issued by the Geohazard Mapping and Assessment teams that conducted flood and landslide assessment of areas in the province. Barangay Bonbon and Poblacion Norte Clarin town are the only areas having a high in coastal flooding vulnerability, MGB said. Under the High rating of flooding susceptibility include the following barangays: Agape, Alegria, Camayaan, Canlasid, Gotozon, Jimilian, Oy, Poblacion Ondol, Ugpong, Bonbon Upper, Villaflor, all in Loboc town; Tubuan (with its newly formed lake after the earthquake), Loon; Guiwanon, Tubigon; Bayongan, Bugang, Kabungahan, San Isidro, all in San Miguel, Bohol.
Barangays Bagumbayan, Bahian, Cabadiangan,Calunasan Norte, Candabong, Quinoguitan and Tigbao, all in Loboc are considered ?moderate? in flooding occurrence. Considered low in flooding are barangays Cabug, Tiwi, Tubodaku, Pondol, Katipunan and Catam-is, all in Loon town. Racho has recommended that this list of areas vulnerable to deluge be disseminated to the municipalities concerned.