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March 1st, 2013
Philippine City Improves Land Use Plan with GIS

The city government of Butuan is working together with Carag State University to update the city’s current Comprehensive Land Use Plan by using GIS. Butuan is a highly urbanised city located at the north-eastern part of Agusan Valley in Mindanao island. It is subdivided into 86 districts and has a population of 309,709 as per the 2010 Census. Read More