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Marikina LGU plans to plant bamboo trees along Marikina River banks to help lessen flooding

The dredging operations being done on Marikina River has revealed that an area as vast as 27 hectares had been reclaimed from the river without necessary permits, the city’s local government unit said Wednesday. | @GabrielLaluINQ 

Disaster recovery task force kickstarts Marikina River dredging, finds illegal reclamation

Disaster recovery task force kickstarts Marikina River dredging, finds illegal reclamation

LOOK: Marikina City Mayor Marcy Teodoro, DENR Sec. Roy Cimatu, and MMDA Chair. Benhur Abalos Jr. today (February 17) oversee the dredging activity at the Marikina River in order to recover the illegally reclaimed portions of the river. | @iamjelsantos 

LOOK: Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu, Marikina City Mayor Marcy Teodoro, MMDA Chairman Benhur Abalos Jr. and a representative from DPWH, plant bamboo seedlings during the launching of Marikina River Restoration project on Feb. 17.| 📷:Niño Jesus Orbeta/Philippine Daily Inquirer

Dredging of Marikina River begins Wednesday. Pilot dredging to take place in portion of river at Olandes Sewage Treatment Plant. | via @biancadava 

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Dredging of Marikina River begins Wednesday. Pilot dredging to take place in portion of river at Olandes Sewage Treatment Plant. | via @biancadava 

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The dredging of Marikina River will begin this week, the Task Force Build Back Better said following reports that illegally reclaimed portions of the river had decreased its capacity to carry excess water during typhoons and heavy rainfall.

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WATCH: The water level in Marikina River continues to rise amid the onslaught of #UlyssesPH . | @LyzaAquinoDZMM 

WATCH: Water from the Marikina River overflows, almost reaching the LRT-2 tracks. #UlyssesPH  | via @raphbosano 

LOOK: Marikina Mayor Marcy Teodoro wades through floodwaters as he monitors different parts of the city affected by #UlyssesPH . As of 7:30 am, the Marikina River's water level is at 21.5 meters. Photos from Marikina PIO Facebook page #UlyssesPH  updates:

WATCH: PCG conducts aerial inspection along Marikina River to assess the damage caused by #UlyssesPH . [Videos from PCG Commandant Admiral George Ursabia Jr.] | @CMarquezINQ 

Water from the Marikina River spills to the side of Quezon City. | via @DemayoMark  #UlyssesPH 

LOOK: An aerial view of Marikina River's situation earlier this morning taken from Eastwood City. Video Courtesy of Vin Bermudez

UPDATED. Marikina River has risen to 21.7 meters as of 8:30 am on Thursday, November 12 – higher than the 21.5–meter level it reached during Tropical Storm Ondoy. #UlyssesPH 

Marikina River has risen to 21.5 meters, the same water level it reached during Tropical Storm Ondoy in 2009, as of 7:30 am on Thursday, November 12. #UlyssesPH 

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