TOMOHON, publikreport.com – In a number of villages in the city of Tomohon, North Sulawesi Province (Sulut) there are many assets of the Tomohon City Government that are not functioning. These assets, including resting areas in Kinilow Village, North Tomohon Subdistrict, seed hall in Woloan, West Tomohon District, waste processing buildings in Pinaras Village, South Tomohon Subdistrict, Waste Water Treatment Plant (IPAL) in Kakaskasen, North Tomohon District and food barns and waste processing facilities in Kayawu Village, North Tomohon District. Each one of these building units is estimated to be worth around Rp 200-500 million and even billions of rupiah.
“The place for processing organic waste in the Pinaras Village has been completed since 2015. But until now it has never been used, only access roads have never been made. It’s already two lurah, but there is absolutely no information on its utilization, “said Jenly Ering, a resident of Pinaras Village.
Freddy Rombon, a resident of Kayawu Urban Village, admitted that he was confused at the attitude of the Tomohon City Government (City Government) who did not care about the two buildings which were built in succession in 2016 and 2017, namely food barns and rice / corn drying in Kayawu.
“It has never been used since it was built. Wonder. Impressed just chasing the project. “At least the Food Security Agency programmed it must be responsible with this building worth around Rp. 300 million,” he said.