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Thursday, August 28, 2008


Olongapo City Mayor James “Bong” Gordon Jr. and Olongapo Bureau of Fire (BFP) Fire Marshall C/Insp. Jonas Silvano awarded a certificate of recognition to Ulo Ng Apo Radio Group DX3UNA

The group was recognized for their continued support to the objectives and activities of the city on August 26, 2008 at the flag raising ceremony held at the Rizal Triangle Multi-Purpose Center. The group recently donated several battery packs of handheld radios to BFP.

It can be recalled that Silvano said that his major goal is to ensure that the equipment used by BFP are in good condition and fully functional.

“Part of our current program is to upgrade the equipments at dati wala na kaming gumaganang handheld radios which are instrumental for an effective and efficient conduct of fire operations but with the help of an NGO, the Ulo ng Apo Media Group, we are able to acquire battery packs of handheld radios,” Silvano explained.

“Nung huli po akong nagsalita, I said that I accept the challenge para maging the best fire station in the entire country ang BFP Olongapo and we are currently working on that. At ngayon, I am happy to announce that two of our fire trucks are now upgraded and in working condition,” Silvano said.

Mayor Gordon was grateful for the media group’s donation. Like Silvano, Mayor Gordon wants the equipment of the city to be in tip-top shape and upgraded so efficient public service can be rendered.

Mayor James “Bong” Gordon Jr., City Councilor Edwin Piano, Olongapo Bureau of Fire (BFP) Fire Marshall C/Insp. Jonas Silvano, DX3UNA President Rudy Dalluay and members of the Ulo ng Apo Radio Group during the awarding of the ‘Certificate of Appreciation’ for the said group.

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