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Sunday, November 09, 2008


Vice Mayor Cynthia Cajudo, standing in for Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon Jr., has turned over the keys to a multi cab to City Councilor Ellen Dabu, head of Task Force Virgo.

“Ang Task Force Virgo po ang nag-aayos ng ating mga vendors pati na yung mga illegal vendors, yung mga nagtitinda sa tabi-tabi dahil yun ang mga kailangang maisaayos. Binigay po sa Task Force Virgo ni Mayor ang sasakyang ito upang mapahusay pa ang performance ng grupo,” explained Vice Mayor Cajudo.

Dabu received the keys along with the other members of Task Force Virgo.

“Maraming salamat po kay Mayor Gordon sa kanyang patuloy na pagtulong at pagsuporta sa Task Force Virgo at sa kanyang patuloy na pagsaaayos ng mga vendors sa lungsod,” said Dabu.

It can be recalled that there has been a major re-organization in the Public Market. New stalls are being installed to accommodate more vendors who are being assigned new spaces.

A new system is also being implemented in the Public Market, which is groomed in time for the visit of the delegates to the East and South East Asian (ESEA) Conference set in Olongapo City on November 19-21, 200. Mayors from all over East and South East Asia will be participating in the said conference.

Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon presenting the new multicab to Task Force Virgo, headed by Councilor Ellen Dabu, as aid in performing their tasks.

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