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Mayor EdSa Supports ‘Jeepney Operators’ Initiatives, Programs [ Tuesday, 8th of January 2019 | 5 months ago ]


Mayor Edwin ‘EdSa’ Santiago believes that ‘transport sector is one of the valuable sectors in the society’ for they ‘contribute a lot in the economic development of the city,’ and with that, the Local Government of San Fernando conducted a ‘Mass Transportation Program (Information Education Program)’ held on December 3, 2018 at the Heroes Hall, Amphitheater. 


The said activity was made possible through the support of the Community Affairs Division, which was attended by the members of the ‘Federation of Jeepney Operators’ in the city.

During the program, Santiago presented the city’s upcoming plans including the establishing of malls and centers for senior citizens and youth wherein they can use them for recreational activities.

He also expressed his support to the federation’s plans and programs including the forming of cooperative and extending financial assistance to their children through a scholarship program.

“Lagi kong sinasabi, na walang maiiwan dito sa Syudad San Fernando, hindi natin hahayaan na habang umaangat ang iba, ay may naiiwanan. Hindi maituturing na progresibo ang isang lugar kung iilan lamang sa mga aspeto at sektor nito ang umaangat. Dito sa Syudad San Fernando, hangad ng mga nanunungkulan na makapagbigay ito ng pantay-pantay na serbisyo sa mga mamamayan, lalo na’t kayo ang isa sa mga susi kung bakit magpa-hangga ngayon ay lumalago at umuusbong ang ekonomiya dito,” Santiago said.

The city mayor also stressed that Fernandinos should continue to promote and preserve ‘jeepneys’ as daily modes of transportation by maintaining the tradition of riding on it.

“Maliban sa kalesa, isa sa mga tradisyon ng Fernandino ang pagsakay sa mga dyip, kung saan sumisimbolo ito sa isang simpleng buhay ngunit kung pagmamasdan ay matibay ang pundasyon nito, gaya ng Syudad San Fernando, isang simpleng lugar ngunit matibay ito sa pagtatag at pagpapalaganap ng mga makabuluhang programa para sa kapakanan ng bawat isa,” Santiago ended.

PHOTO CAPTION:

MASS TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM. The City Government of San Fernando, headed by Mayor Edwin ‘EdSa’ Santiago, conducts Mass Transportation Program (Information Education Program) to the members of the ‘Federation of Jeepney Operators’ in the city held on December 3, 2018 at the Heroes Hall, Amphitheater.

MASS TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM. Mayor Edwin ‘EdSa’ Santiago, together with the members of the Federation of Jeepney Operators’ in the City of San Fernando, flash ‘Fernandino First’ sign during the ‘Mass Transportation Program (Information Education Program)’ held on December 3, 2018 at the Heroes Hall, Amphitheater.

 

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