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Council’s Support of City’s Strategic Goals, Noted
13 January 2021 – The city council passed a total of 176 resolutions and 19 ordinances in 2019 and 2020 in full support of the local government’s 16-point strategic goals that serves as its short-term action plan until 2022.
Thus, reported City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) coordinator Archt. Donna Rillera-Tabangin during the management committee meeting of local officials at City Hall, January 13, led by Mayor Benjamin Magalong.
She explained that all city government programs, projects and activities are implemented in line with the strategic goals to ensure that the Summer Capital’s development is achieved in the most efficient and responsible manner possible.
For the goal of speeding-up government action, the local legislature passed eight resolutions while revitalizing the environment had 19 resolutions and four ordinances and innovating peace and order had five resolutions.
Aggressive traffic management had five resolutions and one ordinance while responsive education program had 13 resolutions; youth empowerment had six resolutions and two ordinances and expanding health and social services had 55 resolutions and eight ordinances.
The city council passed two resolutions and one ordinance for responsible tourism; six resolutions and two ordinances for enlivened culture, arts, crafts and heritage; six resolutions for market modernization while efficient disaster management had two resolutions.
Empowered and accountable barangay governance has seven resolutions and one ordinance; strengthened livelihood and entrepreneurship had 12 resolutions; poverty reduction had 23 resolutions while resolution of Indigenous People’s had seven resolutions.
Tabangin said the objective definition of the strategic goal of “happiness” and how this is achieved is still being deliberated on.-Gaby B. Keith