Margosatubig remained isolated for many years reachable only by sea until the opening of the PADAP road in 1976 which connected the municipality to Pagadian City through the Integrated Area Development (IAD) program. It was an economic breakthrough for Margosatubig furthered by the energization program of the cooperative which harnessed more industries, trade and commercial activities. Indeed, it was a long way for Margosatubig from being a simple settlement to what it is today. After giving birth to a number of towns in Zamboanga del Sur, today it is left with an area of 11,169 hectares comprising the 17 barangays that home inhabitants of different breed and creed. Copra and fishing are its major source of income and opportunities.

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