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Economic, Social, Environment Development Highlight In San Fernando LDC Meeting [ Friday, 7th of June 2019 | 2 months ago ]


“Tapos na ang eleksyon, at ito na ang tamang oras at panahon na tayo ay magtrabaho muli upang makapagbigay ng mas maayos na serbisyo sa publiko.”

This was City of San Fernando Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago’s statement during the 1st Local Development Council (LDC) Meeting for 2019 on Thursday (June 6) at the Heroes Hall. City officials and department heads, private sector representatives, civil society organizations, and 35 brangay captains of the capital city participated in the meeting. Santiago, together with Atty. Atlee Viray, Officer-in-Charge City Administrator, and Chryzl Sicat, OIC of the City Planning and Development Coordinator’s Office, led the said activity. Topics of the discussion were the status of the 2018 and 2019 aid to barangay projects and presentation of the 2020 Annual Investment Program. In his opening remarks, Santiago reiterated the importance of “participative governance” wherein the active participation of every sector is a must in order to build a sustainable city. “Ang pangongobyerno ngayon ay di katulad ng dati, dahil ngayon ay may mga pamantayan tayong sinusundan upang mas masunod yung direksyon na gusto natin. Ang paglago ng isang syudad ay nagsisimula sa mga barangay. Kung kaya’t napakahalaga na ang gobyerno ay nagkakaisa at pinakikinggan ang boses ng mamamayan,” said Santiago. He furthered that in his third and last term, the local government will develop and implement projects focusing on the three core sectors such as economic development, social development, and environmental management. “We see to it na sa bawat project ay nagre-reflect yung tatlong core sectors, dahil under ito sa Local Development. This is one of our ways to achieve a smart, livable, and sustainable city,” he said. Meanwhile, Sicat presented the resolution and program of works in the 2018 and 2019 “Aid to Barangay” projects followed by the 2020 annual investment program. For the 2020 Proposed Annual Investment program, the city will fund 5,044,759,940.00 for the social services, economic services, and general public services sector.


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