Mayor EdSa Graces First Multi-stakeholders Forum Of PamCham [ Friday, 26th of October 2018 | 6 months ago ]
Local government officials and private sectors gathered on October 25, 2018 at Carworld Pampanga for the First Multi-Stakeholders Forum on Pampanga Road Network Improvements and Projects.
The forum aims to boost the connection between the people in the government and in the private sectors in building efficient road networks and other infrastructure projects in Pampanga, making the province as the new avenue for economic activities, next to Metro Manila.
Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago graced the forum, expressing support, on behalf of the city government, in the projects presented, through the initiative of Pampanga Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (PamCham).
“We are in support of the projects being done in the province. Similar to other local officials here in Pampanga, we always welcome development projects. We want to help the national government decongest Metro Manila,” said Santiago.
Holding discussions during the forum were three (3) giants in improving the province’s road networks and projects, speaking before Santiago, alongside Vice Governor Dennis “Delta” Pineda, Pampanga Fourth District Representative Rimpy Bondoc, former Pampanga official Joseller “Yeng” Guiao, PamCham Chairman Emeritus Levy Laus, PamCham President Jess Nicdao, PamCham Director Arch. Nestor Mangio and other representatives from public and private sectors.
Mike Rivera, Senior Manager of Tollway Development Support of North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) Corporation highlighted his discussion on the on-going and proposed projects in NLEX, including road widening projects.
Bases Conversion Development Authority or BCDA’s Investment Promotions and Marketing Head Christian Quillamor on the other hand presented updates on their project, the New Clark City, which will consist of government facilities, a river park, and a sports center. BCDA is also the brainchild behind Bonifacio Global City in Taguig and the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX).
The last key presenter was Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Region III Director Roseller Tolentino, whose discussions spun around the Strategic Infrastructure Programs and Policies on building public roads and bridges, highlighting its “Build, Build, Build” program.
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