Kapatid ng may-ari ng resort sa Chocolate Hills, umamin noon na may parte ng burol na bubungalin

Kapatid ng may-ari ng resort sa Chocolate Hills, umamin noon na may parte ng burol na bubungalin

- The sister of the owner of the controversial resort at Chocolate Hills has previously given a statement about it

- According to Interaksyon, Julieta Sablas, the sister of the resort owner admitted before that a small part of the hill would be extracted

- She also said that it would just be minimal and within the allowed level

- As per RA 7586, the construction of structure, fence or enclosure or the destruction or mutilation thereof, of protected areas is prohibited

A report of Interaksyon revealed past reports about the controversial Captain's Peak Garden and Resort in Chocolate Hills.

Chocolate Hills
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The report stated that past reports about the resort showed that it was "already a titled lot when it was acquired in 2005."

Accordingly, the family was thinking of using it for farming but the area was acidic and could not grow crops or plants.

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Maximo Lomosbog, Sagbayan Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator, stated that while the area was protected the lot was still privately owned, and said that there was no delineation between the two.

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The sister of the resort owner, Julieta Sablas, used to admit that there were some parts of the hill that would be extracted.

R.A. 7586 prohibits the “mutilating, defacing or destroying objects of natural beauty; squatting, mineral locating, or occupying any land; constructing or maintaining any kind of structure, fence or enclosures.”

According to ABS-CBN's report, the DENR issued a temporary closure order against the resort.

The construction of the resort also elicited negative reactions from netizens, a Rappler report noted.

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