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Photo shows Senior Bank Executives and Guests of Honor during the recent inauguration (from left): Katrina Pilapil, Rural Bank of San Mateo Assistant General Manager; Helen Babaran, Director of Grupo Marilen Inc.; Shirley Lim, owner of Nikkoâ€™s Supermart; Lim Ching San, owner of Isabel Kiat Lim Store; Mayor Amelita Navarro, City Mayor of Santiago; Mayor Raymond Espidol, Mayor of Ramon, Isabela; Florchita Co, owner of Nelson Agricultural Supply; Flora Sy, owner of Aroma Bakeshop; Imelda Bautista, Directress of Infant Jesus Montessori School, and Rowena Uy, owner of Asia Gold Trading Corporation.
Shortly before switching the ceremonial button that simultaneously lighted a network of Christmas lanterns at City Hall, Santiago Mayor Amelita Navarro announced cash-gift packages for city government and national government employees.
"I will give every employee a Christmas present which others failed to provide," Navarro said. Backed by an appropriation ordinance passed by the city council, a P36-million economic relief assistance (ERA) fund was earmarked in the P76-million supplemental budget of the city.
SANTIAGO CITY â€" Santiago City Mayor Amelita Navarro reiterated yesterday her commitment to keep this Isabela city peaceful and healthy.
After two weeks of inspecting livelihood and infrastructure projects in the city's 37 villages, the lady mayor expressed satisfaction over what she described as a fruitful year of administration. Celebrating her 65th birthday today, Mayor Navarro said that her flagship programs continue to focus on health and education. "While we see a lot of progress in agriculture, infrastructure and cultural development, I see to it that health and education stay at the top of the city's priorities because nothing beats a healthy, highly educated community. If our constituents are bright and healthy, everything follows smoothly," said Navarro who is a nurse by profession. She reported that the city government has provided some 25,000 school children in the city with free school supplies and uniforms and are exempted from paying miscellaneous fees. Some 1,000 students have been sent to college for free. She said that more than 3,000 mothers had delivered their babies for free in different barangay clinics whose personnel include midwives. She announced that babies born today (Feb. 6) in the city will get a prize of P5,000 provided the newborn is named "Amelita" or "Amelito." The delivery of other health services ranging from free cataract operation to preemptive vaccination and free medicines for indigent residents continues as part of her commitment to keep the residents, particularly the poor, healthy. She said that one of her birthday wishes is to keep a harmonious relationship between the executive and the legislative departments of the city government. "Because of our mutual support for each other, important ordinances are approved smoothly by the city council," Navarro said. She likewise expressed hopes that the city can keep its status as a first-class city. "But we could savor all these achievements only if we have a stable peace and order in our city," she said.
"Pattaradday unifies the city's 14 ethno-linguistic groups and highlights the unity of our people despite their cultural diversity," says Santiago City Mayor Amelita Navarro who launched the festival in 2000.
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