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City Of San Fernando Conducts 13th LEDAC Conference [ Monday, 20th of July 2015 | 2 years ago ]

Mayor Edwin D. Santiago recently conducted the annual Legislative – Executive Development Advisory Council Conference (LEDACC) to review and gather all details in making sure that all the programs and projects of the city government are being implemented for the benefit of the society in attaining a more progressive city.

Joining him in the conference is Vice Mayor Jimmy Lazatin, City Administrator Engr. Fernando Limbitco, members of the Sangguniang Panglungsod and department heads of the city government.

The three day conference held at Tagaytay Highlands, Canlubang, Tagaytay, Mayor EdSa complimented both the executive and legislative body in producing quality programs for the city as well as the Sangguniang Panlungsod members in creating ordinances and resolutions for the betterment of the Fernandinos.

Mayor EdSa also discussed the programs of his administration that will be administered to all, together with the Annual Investment Program of the departments to ensure quality services and transparency among budgeting of all offices.

“Ginagawa natin ito para makapag-formulate ng ating mga agenda na kung saan tayo papunta at kung ano ang mga na-accomplish natin na trabaho. Ang gusto natin ay tayo ay magplano, kung ano ang plano ng legislative, susuportahan ng executive and vice versa. Ito ay para na rin sa ikabubuti ng kapakanan ng ating mga kababayan.”

The said conference is a way of creating a harmonious relationship between the legislative and executive branches of the city government, giving way to a sturdy working relationship, and improves the implementation and fund allocation of the city’s upcoming programs and projects.

As of January to July 2015, a total of 84 city resolutions and 15 city ordinances were passed with the help of the Sangguniang Panlungsod and through the Legislative – Executive Development Advisory Council.

Some of these known legislations are the ordinance designating a motorcycle lane on the major thoroughfares in the city, ordinance creating a Philhealth Capitation Fund from the Family Profile Rate Fund, ordinance on prohibited drag racing within the territorial jurisdiction of the City of San Fernando, ordinance on issuance of permit to operate on tricycles operating as public convenience, ordinance on the enactment of the Gender and Development Code of the City of San Fernando and the 2015 Poverty Alleviation Ordinance.

The annual Legislative – Executive Development Advisory Council is the city’s way of brainstorming in addressing issues and concerns on the development of programs and projects together with its implementation for the benefit of all Fernandino.

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