- May 17, 2010
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THE big win of former Councilor Jose Benjamin Benaldo in the first legislative district of Cagayan de Oro City will undoubtedly mark a new era in the real estate boom of the city.
First, the very first bill that Benaldo will file into law once assuming his post as congressman come July 1 will be to convert the old Lumbia airport into an economic zone. It was learned that the airport will be rendered irrelevant by 2012 when the more state-of-the-art and safer Laguindingan international airport starts operating. Laguindingan international airport is easily navigable by pilots through even using the naked eye because and despite a thick overcast because the airport runway is the only prominent paved structure which stands out in itself and is clearly visible miles away. It is also close to the seaboard that pilots do not have to worry accidentally colliding their planes in the mountainsides.
The values of properties around Laguindingan international airport continues to rise and even multinational developers are quite interested to put up various businesses in the area – from hotels to shopping malls to residential estates. Factories are also expected to sprout the area as well as world-class resorts.