Quezon City Council is NCR’s best local legislative
FOR consistently crafting effective ordinances and resolutions, the Quezon City Council has been recognized as the most outstanding local legislative by the Department of Interior and Local GovernmentNCR ( DILG- NCR) for the third straight time.
Mayor Herbert Bautista and Vice Mayor and QC Council Chairperson Joy Belmonte, as well as the members of the 20th QC Council received the plaque of recognition from DILG- QC Director Ana Lyn BaltazarCortez in a ceremony held at the QC Hall on Jan. 7.
The QC Council has been honored for its exemplary performance on responsiveness to legislative agenda, easily accessible information on approved resolutions and ordinances, legislative tracking system, capability development training for the councilors and their staff, and innovations such as the Batas QC Mayor Herbert Bautista (first row, 3rd, R) and Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte (beside Bautista) receive the award from DILG- QC Director Ana Lyn Baltazar- Cortez (center) along with the Quezon City Council.
“On behalf of the Quezon City Council, I would like to commend Mayor Herbert Bautista for giving us directives that
challenged us to work harder,” Vice Mayor Belmonte said.
The recognition, dubbed the DILG Local Legislative Award, is given every three years, corresponding
to each council’s term.
The 39-member Quezon City Council will automatically represent NCR to the national awards for outstanding local legislative.