San Manuel mayor promises change in town

July 15, 2010 at 6:01 pm Leave a comment

By Brando Cortez

SAN MANUEL Tarlac– Padasen tayo kadi apo nga aramaten iti pigsa ken laeng tayo a kas umili. Maikkan tayo koma iti gundaway nga rumang-ay tay nanumo nga ili tayo. Naudi tayon ket masapul ti panagkaykaysa tayo tapno magun-od tayo dagiti nabayagen nga alalmanen tayo nga natalna, naragsak ken nasayaat nga panag biyag. Bangunen tayo ti ingunguten tayo nga San Manuel. Dios ti agngina kada tayo amin.

Newly elected Mayor Benjamin Tesoro promised to bring total change in San Manuel under the slogan ‘Bangon San Manuel’ in his administration.

He made this vow during the oath taking ceremony along with other elected municipal officials.

Tesoro said that he has considered his victory in the last election, not his personal triumph but the victory of the people of San Manuel.

Tesoro is a graduate of the Philippine Military Academy Class 1975 and married to Cresencia Reyes Tesoro.

He is a battled scarred soldier who has earned multiple awards in different fields.

He said that the elections is over and that he has reached out to President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino, Governor Victor Yap and Rep. Henry Cojuangco for support in his programs and projects that will help in the progress of the town.

“From now on, this town, which unfortunately was considered a ‘poor town of Tarlac ’ will now be a progressive municipality,” Tesoro said.

“Kilala ng tao ang Moncada at ang Carmen, Rosales,” Tesoro said. “Ang nakakaligtaan nila may San Manuel din.”

Tesoro disclosed that the Municipal Government will do its best in attracting foreign and local investors to provide more job opportunities for the people and keep the economy growing.

Atty Dante Galapate administered the oath of office for the mayor Tesoro and the other winning municipal officials.

Gen. Dante Ferrer who graced the event as the guest of Honor said that he and his friends will be extending their all out support to the Tesoro administration including tapping friends from South Korea and Taiwan who are interested in putting up business here.

The audience had their share of laughter when Tesoro said that he will be sitting as the new mayor but has to literally stand for the meantime since the tables and chairs in the office of the mayor were gone.

“Ako po ay mauupo bilang mayor niyo pero ako ay tatayo lang dahil pati upuan ay dinala ng dating nakaupo!” Tesoro said.

Tesoro also said that he intends to build farm to market roads, a hospital and a public market.

Poblacion Punong Barangay Samuel Aguilar in his opening remarks enjoined the people to heed the call of the new administration to raise the quality of life in and be proud to be from San Manuel.

On the other hand, Vice Mayor Emmmalyn Rillera, pledged to the people of san Manuel that the Office of the Vice Mayor and the Sanguniang Bayan will assist the mayor in his development plans for San Manuel.

“Ang bayan ng San Manuel ay hindi si mayor, hindi si vice mayor at hindi ang Sangguniang Bayan…ang bayan ng San Manuel ay ang mag tao nito, ang kanyang mga natural resources at ang kanyang kasaysayan,” Rillera said.

Rillera said that the development of programs to improve a family’s source of income is one advocacy that she will push for.

“Sa aking pag-ikot sa mga barangay, nakita ko ang pangangailangan na mabigyan ng kapangyarihan na maghanapbuhay ang mga pamilya sa pamamagitan ng livelihood programs na naayon sa kakayahan ng bawat miyembro ng pamilya,” Rillera said.

The new set of elected municipal councilors for the term 2010 to 2013 are Jeffrey S. Malazo, Edgardo A. Caguisano, Jose Nicolas P. Lao, Melvin G. Malazo, Misael H. Padua, Vittorio N Villa Agustin, Maribeth M. Yamat and Ruby T. Peralta.

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