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BACKGROUND
 
Areas / Fields of Competence:

My occupational and business affiliations have equipped me with ample exposure, experience, and working knowledge and fair competence in the fields of business management, sales and marketing, public relations and in legislative work and socio-civic professional organizations.

 
Education and Qualifications

College Bachelor in Science in Commerce
Far Eastern University

Graduate Studies, Business Management (undergrad)
Secondary Far Eastern University
Elementary La Consolacion College
Caloocan City
 
PUBLIC SERVICE RECORDS
  • 2019 - Present, Councilor, Sangguniang Panlungsod, Quezon City
  • 2001 – 2004, Councilor, President Pro Tempore
  • 1998 – 2001, Councilor, President Pro Tempore
  • 1995 – 1998, Councilor, Asst. Minority Floor Leader
         Vice-Mayor, April 7- June 30, 1998 (by operation of law)
  • 1988 – 1992, Councilor, Majority Floor Leader, 1990 – 1991
 
ORGANIZATION AND AFFILIATIONS
  • Federation of Senior Citizens Associations of the Phils. (FSCAP), Inc.
    2011 & 2012 President, FSCAP National
    2010 – Present President, FSCAP, NCR
    2004 – Present President, FSCAP, QC Chapter
    2004 – 2016 President, St. Ignatius Village Seniors






  • National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC)
    2008 – 2019 Senior Citizens Sectoral Council Member



  • City Development Council (CDC), QC
    2010 - 2014 Senior Citizens Sectoral Representative
    2014 Local Poverty Reduction Team Representative




  • Council of Sectoral Representatives (CSR), QC
    2010 – 2016 Vice-Chairman
    2016 CSO Rep. for Private Public Partnership




  • QC Peace & Order Council (QCPOC)
    2016 – 2019 Council Member



  • Quezon City Youth Development Council (QCDC)
    1979 – 1982 President



  • Philippine Association for Intellectual Disabilities (PAFID)
    (formerly Philippine Association for the Retarded (PAR)

    2016-present President
    1974-2016 Vice-President




  • Philippine Mental Health Association (PMHA)
    2005 – 2006,
    2001 – 2002,
    1992-1993
    Board Secretary / Board Member for 10 years





  • Junior Chamber International (JCI)
    2008 President, JCI Senate ASSEAN
    2008 National Chairman, Phil. JC Senate Foundation
    2005 National President, JCI Senate Philippines





  • Junior Chamber International Quezon City Capitol
    1980 Prime Minister, QC Capitol Jaycees
    1980 Vice-President for Program




  • Rotary International District 3780
    2013 - 2014 President, Rotary Club of Katipunan
    1995 – 1997 District Governor’s Special Representative
    1992 – 1993 Charter President, Rotary Club of Katipunan
    1987 – 1988 President, Rotary Club of Downtown Cubao
    Lifetime Member Quadruple Paul Harris Fellow








  • Boy Scouts of the Philippines
    2012 – 2014;
    2014 - 2017
    Regular Member, National Executive Board
    2009 – 2014;
    2014 - 2017
    Chairman, Public Relations Committee
    2002 – 2012 Member (private sector), National Executive Board
    2002 – 2013;
    2013 –Present
    Vice-Chair, External, Quezon City Council









  • Knights of Columbus
    2009 – 2010 District Deputy, C-56
    2007 – 2017;
    2018 - Present
    Faithful Navigator, Padre Gomez Assembly
    1993 – 1995 Grand Knight, Medalla Milagrosa Council 8254






  • St. Ignatius Village Homeowners’ Association
    2017 – 2018 President
    2007 – 2017;
    2018-present
    Director
    1993 – 1995 President






  • Sunrise Ministry, Christ the King Parish, QC
    2017-2018 Vice-Chairman (Couple), External



  • FEU-IABF Alumni Foundation
    2007 – 2016 Chairman
    2000 – 2007 President




  • St. Joseph’s Academy – La Consolacion College Alumni Asso., Inc.
    1987 – 2000 President



  • Philippine Councilors’ League, Inc.
    2001 – 2004 Chairman, Metro Manila, PCL



  • Lions Int’l. District 301-D1
    2002 – 2003 Region Chairman
    2001 – 2002 President, QC Masigasig Lions Club, District 301-D1





  • Couples for Christ
    1993 – 1999 Unit Head



  • Sunrisers’ Group Philippines
    1990 – 1993 President

 
ACHIEVEMENTS AND RECOGNITION
  • January 25, 2020, Mario Neri Rotary International Vocational Excellence Award-Government Service
  • 1990, 1996, 1998, Hall of Fame (3-termer awardee) “Most Outstanding City Councilor,”
    QC Press Club
  • February 2004, 3rd Termer Award, “Public Service Above Self,”
    Philippine Councilors League
  • 1997, “Great Innovator of the City QC Council,”
    Vice-Mayor’s Office
  • 1980, “Paglilingkod” Individual Award,
    QC Government
  • 1980, MELCHORA AQUINO “TANDANG SORA” (lone male living recipient) Service Award
  • May 2017, BSP Gold Tamaraw Award, Tagbilaran City, Bohol
    Boy Scouts of the Philippines
  • May 2014, Silver Tamaraw
    BSP, Bacolod City
  • May 2012, Bronze Tamaraw
    BSP, Mt. Makiling
  • May 2006, Gold USA Award
    BSP, Davao City
  • December 2016 , “Mr. Active Ageing Award,” DSWD Review of Plans of Action for Ageing, 2012-2016 & 2016-2022, Tagaytay Haven
  • October 7, 2016, “Most Outstanding Senior,”
    Senior Citizens Affairs & Public Service, Amytony Foundation, Incorporated
  • 2005, “Outstanding Father and Son Awardee,”
    JCI Senate Phils.,
  • 1991, “Most Outstanding JCI Senator of the Phils. for Community Service,”
  • 1981, “Most Outstanding Jaycee Senator,”
  • November 2016, Fraternal Recognition of Honor, Knights of Columbus
    Medalla Milagrosa Council 8254
  • 2000, “Outstanding Faithful Navigator,”
    Knights of Columbus, Luzon
  • May 1999, “State Family of the Year” Award
    Knights of Columbus, Luzon
  • June 20, 2010, Ulirang Amang Angkan
    Mothers’ Day and Fathers’ Day Found, Inc.
  • 2008, Golden Heart Award for Humanitarian Services
    Nat. Mothers and Fathers’ Day Council
  • 1992, “Gintong-Ama,”
    Gintong Ama Foundation
  •  Gawad Angkan bilang “Natatanging Pamilyang Pilipino ng 1990,”
    World Family Inst., Inc.
  • September 2014, Leadership Award
    Rotary Club of Katipunan
  • 1985, “Most Outstanding Civic Leader,”
    Lira Pampanguena (Nat. Writer and Poets’ League),
  • Jan. 30, 2003, “Outstanding Alumnus for Public Service,”
    FEU Diamond Jubilee
  • 1982, “Most Outstanding Alumnus for Community Service”
    SJA-La Consolacion College,
 
DESIGNATION AND COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
Chairman Committee on Public Affairs, Mass Media Information
1st Vice Chairman Committee on Trade, Commerce and Industry
2nd Vice Chairman Committee on Senior Citizens Affair
Member Committee on Laws, Rules and Internal Government
Committee on Appropriation
Committee on Ethics
Committee on General Services
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LEGISLATIVE ACHIEVEMENTS
 
Milestone Legislation
 

Main introducer of Ordinance, including:

  • SP-2925, S-2020 ORDINANCE ACCREDITING THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY FOUR (374) NGO’s, PO’s and other CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS IN QUEZON CITY.
  • SP-2862, S-2019 Ordinance Accrediting One thousand six hundred ninety three (1,693) NGO’s, PO’s and other Civil Society Organizations in Quezon City.
  • PO 21CC-315 ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. SP-2911, S-2020, ENTITLED “AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING ANY PERSON, WHETHER NATURAL OR JURIDICAL, FROM COMMITTING ANY ACT OR FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST ANY CORONA VIRUS (COVID-19) INFECTED PERSONS, RECOVERED PATIENTS, PERSONS UNDER MONITORING (PUMs) OR PERSONS UNDER INVESTIGATION (PUIs), AND AGAINST PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DOCTORS, NURSES, HEALTH WORKERS, EMERGENCY PERSONNEL AND VOLUNTEERS, AND OTHER SERVICE WORKERS, WHO ARE ASSIGNED IN HOSPITALS AND/OR OTHER HEALTH CARE INSTITUTIONS/CENTERS WHERE COVID-19 PATIENTS ARE BEING TREATED, SITUATED WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF QUEZON CITY, AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS THEREOF”, BY INCLUDING IN THE ENUMERATION REPATRIATED DISTRESSED OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKERS (OFWs).
  • SP-1422, S-2004 AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING ALL CINEMA OWNERS AND OPERATORS IN QUEZON CITY TO INCREASE THE PRICES OF THEIR ADMISSION TICKETS BY ONE PESO (P1.00) COVERING THE PERIOD FROM JULY 15 TO AUGUST 16, 2004, TO SUPPORT THE PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF THE PHILIPPINES, QUEZON CITY CHAPTER.
  • SP-1322, S-2003 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. SP-756, S-99, ENTITLED, "AN ORDINANCE DONATING A PARCEL OF LAND AT PROJECT 4, BARANGAY MILAGROSA, QUEZON CITY, DESCRIBED AS LOT 1, BLOCK 82, PSD-57970, COVERED BY TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NUMBERED 61383, WITH AN AGGREGATE AREA OF 20 METERS X 190 METERS (5,000 SQ. M.), MORE OR LESS, DONATED TO THE CITY GOVERNMENT BY THE NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY (NHA), IN FAVOR OF BARANGAY MILAGROSA, QUEZON CITY, FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT AS A PARK AND PLAYGROUND".
  • SP-1291, S-2003 AN ORDINANCE TO DECLARE AS CALAMITY THE FIRE THAT DESTROYED, MORE OR LESS, FOUR HUNDRED TWENTY-FOUR (424) HOUSES AT AREA 138 AND 139, ERMIN GARCIA STREET, E. RODRIGUEZ, THIS CITY, WHICH RENDERED HOMELESS EIGHT HUNDRED FORTY-SEVEN (847) FAMILIES, HOMEOWNERS, RENTERS AND SHARERS.
  • SP-1260, S-2003 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE QUEZON CITY VEHICLE TOWING GUIDELINES FOR THE TOWING OF VEHICLES IN THE CITY AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION THEREOF.
  • SP-1209, S-2003 AN ORDINANCE EXTENDING THE DEADLINE FOR THE PAYMENT OF BUSINESS TAXES AND FEES FROM JANUARY 20, 2003 TO JANUARY 31, 2003.
  • SP-1196, S-2002 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. SP-1168, S-2002.
  • SP-1186, S-2002 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A QUEZON CITY GOVERNMENT RETIRED EMPLOYEES DEATH BENEFIT RESERVE FUND, APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF ONE MILLION PESOS (P1,000,000.00) FOR THE PURPOSE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
  • SP-1150, S-2002 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A BARANGAY WELFARE FUND FOR THE GRANT OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO THE BENEFICIARIES OF BARANGAY OFFICIALS AND WORKERS WHO DIED IN ACTIVE DUTY.
  • SP-1089, S-2002 AN ORDINANCE EXTENDING THE DEADLINE FOR THE PAYMENT OF BUSINESS TAXES AND FEES FROM JANUARY 20, 2002 TO JANUARY 31, 2002.
  • SP-1095, S-2001 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE HONORABLE FELICIANO R. BELOMONTE JR., QUEZON CITY MAYOR, TO ACQUIRE BY PURCHASE OR EXPROPRIATION THE PROPERTY SITUATED AT PUROK 3, AREA 5, LAURA STREET, BARANGAY OLD BALARA, QUEZON CITY, COVERED BY RECONSTITUTED TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NUMBERED 18201 IN THE REGISTRY OF DEEDS OF QUEZON CITY, CONSISTING OF TWO THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED EIGHTY-SIX (2986) SQUARE METERS, FOR SALE UNDER THE COMMUNITY MORTGAGE PROGRAM (CMP) OR OTHER GOVERNMENT HOUSING PROGRAM TO BONAFIDE RESIDENTS THEREIN, AND APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF FIVE MILLION THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-FOUR THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED PESOS (P5,374,800.00) FOR THE PURPOSE, THE AMOUNT REPRESENTING THE BALANCE OF THE TOTAL COST OF THE PROPERTY.
  • SP-0870, S-2000 AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING SECURITY GUARDS AND OTHER SIMILAR PERSONS OR PERSONNEL OF SUBDIVISIONS OR VILLAGES IN QUEZON CITY FROM REQUIRING DRIVERS OF MOTOR VEHICLES TO DEPOSIT THEIR DRIVER OF MOTOR VEHICLES TO DEPOSIT THEIR DRIVER'S LICENSES BEFORE THEY ARE ALLOWED ENTRY TO SAID SUBDIVISIONS OR VILLAGES AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION THEREOF.
  • SP-0914, S-2000 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR A MECHANISM FOR THE FULL MOBILIZATION OF THE BARANGAYS IN THE PROTECTION OF OPEN SPACES FROM THE ENCROACHMENT OF ILLEGAL SETTLERS.
  • SP-0935, S-2000 AN ORDINANCE RATIFYING THE CONTRACT OF LEASE ENTERED INTO BY AND BETWEEN THE QUEZON CITY GOVERNMENT, REPRESENTED BY THE HONORABLE MAYOR ISMAEL A. MATHAY, JR., AS LESSOR, AND LOYOLA HEIGHTS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, REPRESENTED BY ITS CHAIRMAN, ATTY. ROMAN MABANTA JR., AS LESSEE, WHEREBY THE PROPERTY (PARK 8), LOCATED AT BARANGAY LOYOLA HEIGHTS, DISTRICT III, QUEZON CITY, OWNED BY THE FORMER WITH AN AREA OF FOUR THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED EIGHTY SEVEN SQUARE METERS AND EIGHTY SQUARE DECIMETERS (4,787.8 SQ.M.) IS LEASED TO THE LATTER UNDER THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SPECIFIED THEREIN.
  • SP-798, S-99 BY MODIFYING THE COMPOSITION OF THE SPECIAL INVESTIGATION COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE CASES AGAINST ELECTIVE BARANGAY OFFICIALS.
  • SP-0805, S-99 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1 (C) OF QUEZON CITY ORDINANCE NO. SP-0712, S-98 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. SP-57, S-93, BY ASSIGNING ADDITIONAL COROLLARY FUNCTIONS TO THE OFFICE OF SENIOR CITIZENS AFFAIRS.
  • SP-712, S-98 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. SP-57, S-93, BY ASSIGNING ADDITIONAL COROLLARY FUNCTIONS TO THE OFFICE OF SENIOR CITIZENS AFFAIRS.
  • SP-0665, S-98 AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF THREE HUNDRED FORTY-TWO THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED FORTY-SEVEN PESOS (P342,647.00) FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A STAGE AT THE CAMARILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, BARANGAY SAN ROQUE, QUEZON CITY.
  • SP-610, S-97 AN ORDINANCE EXTENDING THE PERIOD FOR PAYMENT OF BUSINESS TAXES, FEES AND CHARGES AND RENEWAL OF BUSINESS PERMITS AND LICENSES FROM JANUARY 20, 1998 TO JANUARY 31, 1998 WITHOUT SURCHAGES AND PENALTIES.
  • SP-515, S-97 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. SP-474, S-96, AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING THE WEARING OF UNIFORM AMONG TRICYCLE DRIVERS WHILE OPERATING FOR-HIRE TRICYCLE UNITS.
  • SP-430, S-96 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING AND UPDATING THE NUMBERING SYSTEM FOR ALL REAL PROPERTY SITUATED WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF QUEZON CITY.
  • SP-398, S-96 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE AMOUNT OF FEES TO BE COLECTED BY TRICYCLE OPERATORS AND DRIVERS ASSOCIATION FROM APPLICANTS WHO DESIRE TO BECOME MEMBERS OF ANY TRICYCLE OPERATORS AND DRIVERS ASSOCIATION (TODA.)
  • NC-193, S-91 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE QUEZON CITY MORGUE, DEFINING ITS FUNCTIONS, PROVIDING FOR ITS PERSONNEL SET-UP, APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF FIVE MILLION PESOS (P5,000,000.00) REQUIRED THEREFOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
  • NC-185, S-91 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE QUEZON CITY STREET SCHOOL FOR STREET CHILDREN UNDER THE SOCIAL WELFARE SERVICES DEPARTMENT AND APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND (P300,000.00) AS ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE PURPOSE.
  • NC-151, S-90 AN ORDINANCE INCREASING THE MONTHLY COMMUTABLE ALLOWANCE OF THE ONE HUNDRED TEN (110) QUEZON CITY BARANGAY NUTRITION SCHOLARS (QCBNS) FROM THE FOUR HUNDRED PESOS (P400.00) TO SIX HUNDRED PESOS (P600.00) FROM JANUARY 1, 1989 TO DECEMBER 31, 1989 AND APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF TWO HUNDRED SIXTY-FOUR THOUSAND PESOS (264,000.00) FROM ANY AVAILABLE FUNDS OF THE CITY TREASURY FOR THE PURPOSE.
  • NC-167, S-90 AN ORDINANCE INCREASING THE LONGEVITY PAY OF QUEZON CITY OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES FROM TEN PESOS (P10.00) TO FIFTY PESOS (P50.00) FOR EVERY FIVE YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1989; AND APPROPRIATING THE NECESSARY FUNDS THEREFOR.
  • NC-173, S-90 AN ORDINANCE CREATING THE RADIO COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES UNDER THE OFFICE OF THE CITY MAYOR THAT WILL DEFINE, INSTALL, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN AN INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR THE CITY GOVERNMENT AND REPROGRAMMING THE AMOUNT OF ONE MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED SIX THOUSAND AND NINE HUNDRED TWENTY FOUR PESOS (P1,706,924.00) TO COVER THE NECESSARY FUNDING REQUIREMENTS THEREFOR.
  • NC-102, S-89 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A NEW OFFICIAL SEAL OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF QUEZON CITY.
  • NC-093, S-89 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE QUEZON CITY ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR CALENDAR YEAR 1989 ADOPTED BY THE CITY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL IN THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RESOLUTION NO. 01, S-89 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF QUEZON MEMORIAL CIRCLE/PARK, AND APPROPRIATING THE SUM OF TWENTY-TWO MILLION FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-NINE PESOS (P22,520,159.00) FOR THE PURPOSE.
  • NC-094, S-89 AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING OWNERS/OPERATORS AND MANAGERS OF DISCO HOUSES, BARS, NIGHT CLUBS, DANCING HALLS, COCKPITS, CABARETS, RESORTS, THEATERS, BILLIARD AND POOL HALLS, AND BOWLING ALLEYS AND OTHER FUN HOUSES AND SIMILAR ESTABLISHMENTS SERVING LIQUOR OR ANY OTHER INTOXICATING DRINKS IN QUEZON CITY TO PROVIDE A PARTICULAR PLACE EQUIPPED WITH A SAFETY VAULT WITHIN SUCH ESTABLISHMENTS, WHICH SHALL BE PROPERLY MANNED, WHERE FIREARMS, AMMUNITIONS AND OTHER DEADLY WEAPONS OF PATRONS, GUESTS AND CUSTOMERS SHALL BE DEPOSITED BEFORE ENTERING THEREIN, AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION THEREOF.
  • NC-053, S-8 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. NC-5, S-88 APPROPRIATING NINE MILLION ONE HUNDRED SIXTY TWO THOUSAND PESOS (P9,162,000.00) FOR THE PURCHASE OF THIRTY (30) UNITS OF FULLY EQUIPPED MOBILE PATROL CAR FOR THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE QUEZON CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT, SO AS TO PROVIDE THAT THE SUM SHALL BE DEEMED AS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO THE QUEZON CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT.
  • NC-57, S-88 AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY TWO THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED FIFTY FOUR PESOS AND FORTY CENTAVOS (p482,954.40) FOR THE SALARIES AND WAGES OF 32 REGULAR POSITIONS AND 25 CASUAL POSITIONS IN THE CITY CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE.
  • NC-059, S-88 AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF TWO HUNDRED SEVEN THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY FOUR PESOS (P207,384.00) TO COVER THE SALARY DIFFERENTIAL OF VARIOUS MEDICAL GROUPS IN THE CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
  • NC-060, S-88 AN ORDINANCE PRESCRIBING AND FIXING THE FEES IN THE FILING, REGISTRATION AND ISSUANCE OF DOCUMENTS AT THE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF QUEZON CITY.
  • NC-068, S-88 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A POLICE SUB-STATION AT PROJECT 4, QUEZON CITY AND APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF ONE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED FORTY SIX THOUSAND AND FOUR HUNDRED PESOS (P1,546,400.00) AS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE PURPOSE.

Main introducer of Resolutions, including:

  • SP-8012, S2019 RESOLUTION GIVING ADDITIONAL ONE (1) DAY FREE ADMISSION TO ALL REGISTERED SENIOR CITIZENS IN QUEZON CITY ASIDE FROM EXISTING PRIVILEGE GRANTED DURING MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
  • PR-0531 RESOLUTION URGING THE ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCERS AND THE DEPUTIZED BARANGAY ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCERS OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT (EPWMD) TO STRICLY IMPLEMENT THE PROVISIONS OF ORDINANCE NO. SP-2350, S-2014 (QC ENVIRONMENTAL CODE) PARTICULARLY “SECTION 11, PROHIBITING THE URINATING, SPITTING, “SINGA”, DEFECATING IN ANY PUBLIC PLACE.”
  • PR-675 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MAYOR, HON. MA. JOSEFINA G. BELMONTE, TO ENTER INTO, EXECUTIVE AND SIGN THE USUFRUCT AGREEMENT BETWEEN QUEZON CITY AND MANILA WATER COMPANY, INC., AS AGENT OF THE METROPOLITAN WATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE TREATMENT PLANTS (STPS) IN QUEZON CITY.
  • PR-740 RESOLUTION EXTENDING FULL SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE TO THE NATIONAL CELEBRATION OF THE 26TH ELDERLY FILIPINO WEEK FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 7 THIS YEAR, AS CONTEMPLATED IN PROCLAMATION NO. 470, SERIES OF 1994.
  • SP-2555, S-2004 RESOLUTION URGING BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS IN QUEZON CITY TO CONSIDER HIRING RETIRED SENIOR CITIZENS IN POSITIONS THAT WOULD HARNESS THEIR VAST EXPERIENCES AND SKILLS.
  • SP-2510, S-2004 RESOLUTION RATIFYING THE MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT ENTERED INTO BY AND BETWEEN THE QUEZON CITY GOVERNMENT AND MANILA WATER COMPANY, INC., RELATIVE TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF A SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT (STP) IN THE AREA OF A. LUNA COMMUNAL SEPTIC TANK LOCATED AT A. LUNA STREET CORNER EVANGELISTA STREET, BARANGAY BAGUMBUHAY, PROJECT 4, QUEZON CITY.
  • SP-2143, S-2003 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ALL THE BARANGAY COUNCILS OF QUEZON CITY TO ALLOCATE THEIR BARANGAY CALAMITY FUND TO MAN-MADE DISASTER RELIEF, PARTICULARLY THE FIGHT AGAINST THE THREAT OF TERRORISM, SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROME (SARS) AND ANTI-ILLEGAL DRUGS CAMPAIGN.
  • SP-1807, S-2002 RESOLUTION CALLING FOR THE CRAFTING AND ADOPTION OF A MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT AMONG THE QUEZON CITY GOVERNMENT, THE VIDEOGRAM AND REGULATORY BOARD AND THE ORGANIZATIONS OF MOVIE AND MUSIC PRODUCERS AND TALENTS FOR THE CREATION OF A COMPOSITE QUEZON CITY ANTI-VIDEOGRAM PIRACY TASK FORCE.
  • SP-1556, S-2001 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE HONORABLE ISMAEL A. MATHAY, JR., CITY MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT WITH THE LINKMAN, INCORPORATED FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF "STREET CLOCKS" IN DULY DESIGNATED AREAS IN QUEZON CITY.
  • SP-1635, S-2001 RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES IN OBSERVANCE OF THE PHILIPPINE COUNCILORS’ WEEK ON SEPTEMBER 1 TO 7, 2001 PURSUANT TO THE PRESIDENTIAL PROCLAMATION NO. 212 AND AUTHORIZING THE HONORABLE MAJORITY FLOOR LEADER TO DESIGNATE A COMMITTEE TO TAKE CHARGE OF THE PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES.
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PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS
 
• 26th ELDERLY FILIPINO WEEK, October 1-7, 2020

In compliance with Presidential Proclamation 470 issued by then Pres. Fidel V. Ramos declaring October 1-7 of every year as Elderly Filipino Week, the Federation of Senior Citizens Associations of the Philippines (FSCAP), Inc., NCR Quezon City Chapter, led by this FSCAP QC & NCR President (also 2011 & 2012 National President) and the QC Government thru Mayor Joy Belmonte, hosted the 26th Elderly Filipino Week National Celebration in the National Capital Region, with the support of DSWD. 2020 Theme: ”Healthy and Productive Ageing Starts With Me!”.

As we face challenging and critical times because of COVID-19 Pandemic, events were meaningfully held via Virtual Zoom and Google Meet, as follows:

  • October 1, 10:00am-12:00nn, Opening Ceremonies-Thanksgiving Mass, Fr. Bong Tupino as Mass Celebrant with short program, and Mayor Joy Belmonte as Guest Speaker.
  • October 3, 10:00am, “Kumustahan”-Senior Citizens’ concerns and issues were discussed.
  • October 4, Sunday, 9:00am, “Dalaw Kalinga”-More than 150 Elderly wards and staff at GRACES (formerly Golden Acres), near SM North, QC, were recipients of bed sheets, bed pans, bath soap, toothbrush, toothpaste and candies, and FREE lunch.
  • October 7, Wednesday, 2:00-5:00pm, Closing Rites-TALAKAYAN with talks on:
    • Active Ageing and Healthy Lifes
    • Update on COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Laws Benefitting Senior Citizens

Commissioner Gloria J. Mercado, National Commission of Senior Citizens (NCSC), delivered the Opening Message while Vice-Mayor Gian Sotto, the Closing Inspirational Message. The other speakers were Dr. Minerva Vinluan, DOH; Program Planning Officer Teresa Cleofe, DSWD; and Atty. Romulo Macalintal, noted advocate on Senior Citizens Concerns.

The yearly opening day activity “Walk for Life” usually held at Mall of Asia was sadly missed by us “Young Once” because of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The ELDERLY FILIPINO WEEK National Yearly Celebration gives recognition and honor to Senior Citizens who during their younger years contributed to Community Development and Nation-Building.

• CAMP PAG-IBIG

Celebrated during the month of February nearest Valentine’s Day, Camp Pag-ibig is a yearly project of Philippine Association for Intellectual Disabilities (PAFID), Inc. (formerly Philippine Association for the Retarded (PAR) which commenced some forty (40) years ago with Dr. Erlinda Lolarga (deceased), then Manila City Schools Superintendent as PAFID President, and this QC Capitol Jaycees past Vice-President for Program as her Vice-President, 1974-2016.

With the continuing support of the QC Government, QC Capitol Jaycees and DepEd NCR, the whole-day celebration starts with a thanksgiving Mass and opening program at Balara Filtration Plant, QC, with some 2,000 children from Metro Manila public and private schools in attendance.

Other activities normally include: Parents’ Forum, Volunteers’ Orientation, Special Schools Art and Crafts, Exhibits, Disaster and First Aid Training.

• ARAW NG PAG(B)ASA

Araw ng PAG(B)ASA will have its symbolic observance during this COVID-19 Pandemic Year of the 88th birthday anniversary of martyred Senator Benigno Simeon “Ninoy” Aquino via Google Meet on November 27, 2020.

An adopted project of Tito Jorge from his son Jorge “Bolet” Banal, Jr., former QC Councilor and 3-termer Congressman, the event will meaningfully jibe with the celebration of Children’s Month this November where this District 3 Councilor will donate to Quirino High School Grade 7 students, thru their parents, “QC Bago Sarili” Tshirts, with inscription DIYOS, BAYAN, PAMILYA, BARKADA, SARILI.

In coordination with its School Principal Dr. Victoria Mangosong, Tito Jorge will do the reading at Quirino High School with Dr. Mangosong, school teachers, staff and parents in attendance.

• MEDICAL, BURIAL & CASH ASSISTANCE
• PAMASKONG HANDOG
• DISTRIBUTION OF:
  • FREE Reading Eye-Glasses to Senior Citizen
  • Calcium Supplement and other Vitamins
  • Food Health Kits / Groceries Bags
  • Hygiene Kits
  • Face Shields and Medical Equipments
  • Personal Protective Equipments (PPEs)
 
Accomplishments:
  1. Active Participation as FSCAP National Legislative and Lobby Chairman in Congressional hearings on Senior citizens concerns and issues.
  2. Establishment of a Day Care Center for Senior Citizens with the financial support of the United Nations Development Program.
  3. Member of the DSWD National Steering Committee on the Annual Elderly Filipino Week Celebration (October 1-7.)
  4. Active participation in Healthy and Productive Ageing events.
  5. Continuing assistance to Senior Citizens on Medical, Death and related needs.
  6. Holding of meetings and fellowship events.
  7. Yearly Sponsorship of Ms. FSCAP QC Elderly.
  8. Guesting on TV interviews and speaker in various Civil Society Organizations as FSCAP President (Past National President) of both NCR and QC Chapter re benefits, privileges and related concerns of Senior Citizens
Project/Upcoming Projects:
  1. Medicines for Senior Citizens, PWDs and other residents of District III
  2. Appropriation for the procurement of Rabies Vaccines
  3. Provide programs/assistance for rehabilitated drug dependents
  4. Appropriation for the Purchase of Fire Trucks, Communication Equipments and such other machines/merchandise for this purpose.
  5. Appropriation for the Establishment of a “Home for the Aged”
  6. Institutionalizing the release of funds of Senior Citizens.
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