Peace, order and progress will continue – Bogs
By Mortz C. Ortigoza
SAN CARLOS CITY – The mayoralty candidate here will see that under his administration progress and peace and order will continue to thrive.
“Nasa andoon pinakamagandang part ng aming plano. Pero nasa kalagitnaan kami where na kailangan natin mag patuloy ng kung ano naman ang sinisimulan ng pamilya Resuelo. Ayaw na natin bumalik sa panahon na ang tao ay takot na takot,” Vice Mayor Joseres “Bogs” Resuello said.
“Bogs” swapped political positions for the May 9 election with older brother Mayor Julier “Ayoy” Resuello who is runnings for the vice mayoralty.STORY TELLING. San Carlos City mayoralty aspirant and incumbent Vice Mayor Joseres “Bogs” Resuello reads a story to schoolchildren of one of the city’s 86 villages.
Joseres said investors are bullish to put shops here because of the peace and order and the burgeoning business activities this city experiences.
“So far so good, ang Magic (Mall) San Carlos magpapatayo sa (Brgy) Roxas ng another building. Latest news is San Carlos E-Town Center nandiyan ang perspective nakatayo sa Rizal Boulevard. Nasa 16,000 square meters.”
The E-Town Center is owned by the family of Binalonan Mayor Ramon “Mon-Mon” Guico III.
He said there are other investors who showed interest to put shops here.
The mayoralty aspirant said he wanted to strengthen the intelligence network of the police which give the people here tranquility for several years already.
The present chief of police of this thriving city is Superintendent Noel Vallo.
Resuello wished that his ticket for the ten candidates for the council in the May 9 election would all win so they can help him hammer laws for the betterment of the city.
He said in preparing a budget ordinance for instance a mayor needs the cooperation of the two- thirds of the 10 councilors and the president of the association of village chiefs, an ex-oficio council member, to pass it.
This city has an annual budget of more than P600 million this year.
He cited that his administration targets to collect P100 million local revenue as part of the town’s P600 million budget.
Resuelo is pitted with Amelia Cayabyab and Wilhelm Soriano for the mayoralty race while his brother Julier, a last term mayor, is competing with Samuel Baniqued and Elma dela Cruz for the vice mayoralty.
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