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Contact Info
 
2/F Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City
Contact Nos.: 988-42-42 local 8243 and 8244
 

 
BACKGROUND
 
Education & Qualifications
1999-2000

Asian Institute on Management
Master In Entrepreneurship (Batch 1)

1981-1985

De La Salle University
Bachelor of Science - Commerce
Management of Financial Institutions

1980-1981

Germantown Academy
Pennsylvania USA
(Rotary Exchange Student Program)

1977-1980

La Salle Greenhills
1st to 3rd Year High School

1971-1977

La Salle Greenhills
Elementary

Organization and Affiliations

La Salle Greenhills Alumni Association (1986-1990)
Board Member

Acme Association Asian Institute Of Management (2000 To Present)
Member

Confederation Of Garments Exporters Of The Philippines, Inc. (1990-2004)
Member

Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production Wrap Certified Factory (2005 -2006)
Member

Volunteer, Over-All District Campaign Leader/ Organizer For 3rd District, Manila during the
Local/National Elections (Mel Lopez For Mayor) (2004)

Rotary Club of Katipunan (2013-Present)
Member

Rotary Club of Katipunan (2014-2015)
President

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LEGISLATIVE ACHIEVEMENTS
 
Milestone Legistation
  • SP-5856, S-2013 Resolution authorizing the City Mayor, Honorable Herbert M. Bautista to Enter Into a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Araneta Center Inc., for the free use of an area at the Ali Mall Government Center, Level 2, Cubao, this city, which will function as a satellite/extension office (One-Stop Shop) for payment of business and other taxes as well as other auxiliary services.
  • SP-6028, S-2014 Resolution urging the Department of Public Order and Safety (DPOS) and the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) to identify and mark clearly the bicycle lanes in Quezon City.
  • SP-6002, S-2014 Resolution enjoining all barangays in Quezon City to conduct a survey/census in their respective jurisdiction to determine the exact number of the Population of Senior Citizens and Persons with Disabilities (PWD) in their respective barangay.
  • SP-6059,S,2014 Resolution urging all television station/network within the territorial jurisdiction of Quezon City to flash the current Philippine time at least once every hour as part of their public service announcements.
  • SP-6127, S-2014 Resolution commending and supporting the project of Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) known as “Bike-Sharing System” which provide free use of bicycle to the public.
  • SP-6013, S-2014 Resolution urging the Quezon City price coordinating council to take the necessary proactive steps in order to stabilize prices and prevent illegal acts of price manipulation for the welfare and protection of consumers.
  • SP-6271, S-2015 Resolution urging the Quezon City price coordinating council to take the necessary proactive steps in order to stabilize prices and prevent illegal acts of price manipulation for the welfare and protection of consumers.
  • SP-6236 S-2015 A resolution authorizing Honorable City Mayor Herbert M. Bautista to negotiate and enter into a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry-Quezon City (PCCI-QC) represented by its President, Dr. Carl E. Balita, for the establishment, management, operation and maintenance of the Quezon City business Registry databank to be located at Ali Mall Government Center, Araneta Center, Cubao Quezon City.
  • SP-6318, S-2015 A resolution urging the Quezon City Government through the Quezon City Fire District to join in the celebration of the “International Fire-Fighter’s Day” on May 4, 2015 and every year thereafter.
  • SP-6568, S-2015 A resolution requesting the Quezon City Government through the City Mayor, Honorable Herbert M. Bautista to install bicycle ramps at the Quezon City Memorial Circle underpass and in Philcoa underpass.
  • SP-6402, S-2015 A resolution ratifying the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) entered into by and among the Quezon City Government (LGU-QC), represented by the City Mayor Honorable Herbert M. Bautista, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), represented by Undersecretary Analiza Rebuelta-Teh and Gawad Kalinga (GK), represented by Mr. Nicanor T. Palma, Jr., Head, Quezon City Sector, for the Development of a Housing Project for the Residents Of Brgy. Escopa III (Proper) who were victims of fire in 2011.
  • SP-6425, S-2015 A resolution urging the Schools Division Superintendent, Division of City Schools, Quezon City, to enjoined all school heads in the Elementary and High Schools to post the picture of Commonwealth President Manuel Luis Quezon in a conspicuous place to commemorate the former President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines and Father of Quezon City.
  • SP-6480, S-2015 A resolution authorizing the City Mayor, Honorable Herbert M. Bautista to create an Executive-Legislative working group for the purpose of establishing twinning ties with the cities in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) and Quezon City, defining its functions, duties and responsibilities, appropriating funds thereof and for other purposes.
  • SP-6921, S-2016 A Resolution requesting the Quezon City Government through the City General Services Department (CGSD) to install Bike Racks in all buildings within the Quezon City Hall Compound to be utilized for Bike Parking.
  • SP-6920, S-2016 A Resolution requesting all restaurants, Fastfood Centers, Eateries and Other Similar establishments to post the proper procedure in handling food choking emergency.
  • SP-7133, S-2017 A Resolution supporting the legislative measures directed at a Comprehensive and Equitable Salary Increase for Immigration Officers, Adequate Funding for the Payment of additional benefits and the inclusion of immigration Officers in the income standardization for Civil Service Employees.
  • SP-7134, S-2017 A Resolution earnestly requesting the Land Transportation Office (LTO) Chief, Edgar C. Galvante, Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Police Directors General Ronald "Bato" M. Dela Rosa, and Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Chairman, Danilo D. Lim, to deploy additional law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) to all major thoroughfares in Quezon City and provide, maintain, and make available alcohol breath analyzers, drug testing kits and other drug confirmatory equipment to be utilized by LEOS for the strict implementation of Republic Act No. 105586, Otherwise known as the "Anti-Drunk and Drugged Driving Act of 2013".
  • SP-2472, S-2015 Repealing certain provisions of Ordinance No. SP-2081 Series of 2011 otherwise known as "An ordinance exempting all Senior Citizens of Quezon City from the payment of initial rate for parking fees in establishments, malls, hospitals parking areas, or any similar places charging the same situated within the territorial jurisdiction of the city and providing penalties for violations thereof.
  • SP-2369, S-2014 An Ordinance requiring major business establishments within the territorial jurisdiction of Quezon City to provide parking space for bicycles and providing penalties for violations thereof.
  • SP-2551, S-2016 An Ordinance declaring the last Sunday of May every year as Quezon City Bike Day.
  • SP-2556, S-2016 An Ordinance approving the Revised Schedule of Fair Market Values for Land, Buildings, and Other Structures Situated in Quezon City jointly prepared by the City Assessors of the Four (4) Local Treasury and Assessment Districts Pursuant to Section 9 of Presidential Decree No. 921 in relation to the provisions of the Local Govemment Code, RA 7160, as amended, as the basis for the General revision of Real Property Assessment.
  • SP-2587, S-2017 An Ordinance prohibiting the selling, giving, or sharing any type of Firecrackers to children within the limits of Quezon City.
  • SP-2559, S-2017 An Ordinance Amending SP-2439, S-2015 Declaring Maginhawa Street and its adjacent streets as a Tourism District of Quezon City to be known as the Maginhawa Art and Food Hub and for other purposes, Maginhawa Street and the Streets adjacent thereto, namely Malingap Street, Magiting Street, V. Luna Extension and Mayaman Street.

 
PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS
 
YES HEALTHY PROGRAMS
  • Senior Care program
  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Health and Wellness
  • Yesercise
  • Yesdance
  • Palarong Pinoy
  • Handwashing & Toothbrushing Demo in Daycare Centers
YES SERBISYO
  • Libreng Laba
  • Nail Art
  • Gupitan
  • Fire Emergency and Rescue
YES STUDY
  • Notebook Distribution
  • Activity Workbook Distribution
  • Mobile Library
  • Mini Reading Centers
YES NEGOSYO
  • Vendor's Umbrella Distribution
  • Livelihood Cart Distribution
  • Livelihood Training
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