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Olongapo was set aflame by the local Filipinos in anticipation of Japanese troop arrival. InOlongapo was again bombed, shelled and burned. Joint American and Philippine Commonwealth ground troops aided the recognized guerrilla fighters in liberating Olongapo from the Japanese forces.
With the exceptions of the Station Chapel it was the Olongapo Parish Church before the war and the Spanish Gate, none of its former landmarks withstood the sweep of the war's fury.
Reconstruction and rehabilitation[ edit ] Shortly after the war was over, the Philippines was granted independence. Olongapo was one of the principal navy bases retained by the US. The Navy started to rebuild the town after the hostilities ceased. Olongapo was built on a new undeveloped site a couple of miles north of its former location. The prewar town site became a part of the Naval Station. The first few years after the war were difficult for the new town, as everything in the new Olongapo was in a deplorable state.
There was no electric power and no drainage system. The water supply and sanitation facilities were inadequate, and streets were unpaved. Naval authorities relocated the residence from the area of the former Public Works Center area to what is now the hub of Olongapo — along what is now known as Rizal Avenue and Ramon Magsaysay Drive, and in the Barangays New Asinan and New Kalalake areas.
Zoning of Olongapo was patterned after American practice where streets are constructed along straight lines.2017 CIF D2 Cross Country State Championships
The magnitude of facilities construction in the Olongapo and Subic Bay area brought growth and prosperity to Olongapo. Bymigrants from nearby towns and provinces had swelled the population to 39, The Subic Bay Naval Base commanding officer was chairman of the Olongapo town council, school board, and hospital board. Olongapo's 60, Filipino residents paid taxes to the United States Navy and those accused of crimes involving American servicemen were tried in US Navy courts.
On October 23,Olongapo was placed under martial law when Robert Grant, the American owner of an Olongapo auto parts store was killed and the US Navy declined to identify or try the Naval Supply Depot sentry who shot him.
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Six years later under Mayor James Leonard T. GordonOlongapo was reconverted to a chartered city on June 1, The base was visited by ships per month as Vietnam War activity peaked in The wild nightclubs along Ramon Magsaysay Drive between the naval base main gate and Rizal Avenue were notoriously popular among the 4, servicemen visiting the base that year.
June 15, was a memorable date in Olongapo. Volcanic clouds blocked out the sun.
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Volcanic earthquakes and heavy muddy rain, as well as thunderstorms from a typhoon passing over Central Luzon made Black Saturday a hour nightmare.
Present-day Olongapo[ edit ] The U. Like his father before him, Mayor Richard Gordonwho was against the departure of the US military forces, lobbied for the turnover of the facility and its conversion into a freeport in To date, the renowned volunteerism strategy and overturning an ailing economy to prosperity after double disasters — Mt. Pinatubo's eruption and withdrawal of US Bases — is an unparalleled achievement.
Mayor Richard "Dick" Gordon boldly led a strong corps of 8, City volunteers who protected and preserved the abandoned US Naval Base facilities from poachers. He complemented this with an aggressive advocacy to convert the area into a protected area and industrial zone. Later, he launched an aggressive international investment promotion which resulted in the acceleration of the development of a prime industrial and tourism zone in the country, the Subic Bay Freeport Zone SBFZ.
Furthermore, the Asian Development Bank and World Bank have also recognized its successful urban redevelopment and city development strategy after the U. The land area of Olongapo City is The city proper is located on a 6.
Because of this peculiar geographic location, development of city land is limited. Also, the territorial borders from nearby towns are not properly marked. The months of December to April are extremely dry but the wet season persists for the remaining period in a year.
In August, the monthly rainfall total even reaches The city receives an average of 3, millimetres