Mayor EdSa Convenes Local Development Council [ Friday, 27th of June 2014 | 3 years ago ]
The meeting which was held at the Heroes Hall last June 24 was attended by the Sangguniang Panlungsod headed by Vice Mayor Jimmy Lazatin, barangay officials, city department heads, representatives from various organizations including private and public sector, among others.
The law states every LGU such as San Fernando must implement projects and program under three sectors such as general public services, economic services, and social services.
“At this early we must identify the projects and programs for 2015 so that we can plan and give budget for them” said Santiago.
Among the projects discussed were maintenance of peace and order, traffic enforcement, strengthening the education sector, health and public services, barangay empowerment, improvements of roads and bridges, flood control schemes, and programs that will boost economic activity in the city.
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