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In­diongco, Philip Pangili­nan-Sam­son, Idy Marie Pam­intuan, Aaron “Ron” Pineda, Marino and “Ni­knok” Bañola.

Lazatin’s team­mates also tested neg­a­tive on il­le­gal drugs based on PDEA’s drug test re­sults.

If elected mayor said he will pri­or­i­tize pro­grams and projects to en­sure that An­ge­les City will be drug­cleared.

He added that he is plan­ning to es­tab­lish func­tional Barangay Drug Anti-Drug Abuse Coun­cils through­out the city’s 33 barangays and a com­mu­nity-based ref­or­ma­tion cen­ter that will pro­vide train­ings and liveli­hood for drug law of­fend­ers.

“We will also en­cour­age and mo­bi­lize Sang­gu­ni­ang Ka­bataan of­fi­cials to be­come ac­tive anti-drug ad­vo­cates and im­ple­ment a uni­fied drug ad­vo­cacy pro­gram for the youth,” Lazatin said.

Lazatin said his pro­gram will cen­ter on pro­vid­ing ba­sic qual­ity ser­vices to An­geleños such as im­prove­ment of pub­lic health ser­vices, ed­u­ca­tion, ex­ten­sive solid waste man­age­ment pro­gram, and in­fra­struc­ture devel­op­ment.

Lazatin also vowed to con­tinue the legacy of his fa­ther, for­mer An­ge­les City Mayor and First Dis­trict Pam­panga Con­gress­man Carmelo “Tarzan” Lazatin.

Lazatin is run­ning for mayor un­der the Par­tido Fed­eral Ng Pilip­inas.

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