CAMANAVA LGU’s EFFORTS VS CALAMITIES HAILED

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NOTHING can match on anyone’s readiness especially du­ring disaster that may hit us, the same attitude and dynamism the four mayors in CAMANAVA area have displayed and these were evident and overwhelming when the latest typhoon, ‘Maring,’ struck.

And Mayors Oca Malapitan (Caloocan), Lenlen Oreta (Ma­labon), John Rey Tiangco (Navotas) and Rex Gatchalian (Valenzuela) deserve a pat on the back for pooling and maximizing their resources at these critical times that their respective constituents are ending up benefiting much.

Learning hard from past experiences, the four mayors have long activated their disaster management councils and prepared quickly and on time all needed things at their disposal like evacuation centers and relief goods, among others, as residents are updated and informed readily on any eventuality.

The result: almost everyone is at peace even in the midst of such calamity as their mayors would stay in the frontline, lite­rally even on the flooded streets just to make sure that their respective constituents are well taken care of.

May your tribe multiply!

TIANGCO GIVES RELIEF GOODS, MEDICINES TO FIRE VICTIMS

True to his devotion, Mayor Tiangco immediately ordered concerned local authorities to provide the much-needed assistance to some 60 families from Barangay Tangos after their shelters went up in smoke Monday night despite heavy downpour at the time.

Most of them, who’re obviously gratified by the swift response from their mayor despite what happened to them, were quickly sheltered to several evacuation centers that were actually prepared for the typhoon and where they were given enough food, medicines and clothing.

NAVOTAS’ TUPAD

Mayor Tiangco, together with Vice Mayor Clint Geronimo and city councilors, had congratulated 216 Navoteños who secured jobs through the Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers program (TUPAD).

The TUPAD workers will be assigned to the 14 barangays to conduct canal declogging and cleaning jobs for 15 days, according to Ms. Irish Cubillan, the city’s public information officer.

VALENZUELA’S DIGITAL JOB APPLICATION PROCESS

Valenzuela’s Job Generation Office (JGO) continues with its information drive to entice Valenzuelanos to switch to the digital job application process through the country’s only LGU-run job-matching portal, the Valenzuela Trabaho, by offering free weekly personality development seminars.

Even at home, you may apply for a job online. No need to spend for travel fare and job hunting through JGO is a more cost effective option unlike the traditional way of sending printed applications, Mayor Gatchalian said. GOOD RIDDANCE/ARLIE CALALO

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