CSF Presents New Star Barangay [ Wednesday, 22nd of July 2015 | 2 years ago ]
“Sukatan ng Tagumpay ng Aktibo at Responsableng Barangay” enjoins local communities to adopt the Performance Governance System and pass through four stages—Masigasig, Matuparin, Maasahan, and Matagumpay—toward achieving their set goals.
Leading the awarding of certificate of award, trophy, barangay marker- STAR Masigasig na Barangay, and a 300,000 worth of incentives are Mayor Edwin D. Santiago, Vice Mayor Jimmy Lazatin, Councilors Nelson Lingat, Harvey Quiwa, BJ Lagman, and City Administrator Fer Limbitco.
These barangays underwent series of activities and workshops and have crafted their Barangay Development Plan, Barangay Development Investment Plan, and Barangay Governance Scorecard.
Representing their villages are Chairman Henry Lugtu of Quebiawan and Chairwoman Rosemary Calimlim.
To date, there are 14 barangays in the city that passed stages of the program.
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