CSF holds mul­ti­sec­toral assem­bly

Sun.Star Pampanga - - FRONT PAGE - BY PRINCESS CLEA ARCELLAZ Sun.Star Staff Re­porter

CITY OF SAN FER­NANDO - In line with the 18th city­hood an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tion, the city gov­ern­ment here yes­ter­day held a mul­ti­sec­toral assem­bly at the He­roes Hall’s mini con­ven­tion cen­ter.

The assem­bly, led by city gov­ern­ment of­fi­cials and headed by Mayor Ed­win San­ti­ago, gath­ered mem­bers of the dif­fer­ent sec­tors in­clud­ing youth, re­li­gious and trans­port groups, and the pri­vate sec­tor.

San­ti­ago said that the assem­bly aims to unite Fer­nandi­nos in work­ing

for the com­mon goal of de­vel­op­ing San Fer­nando into a smart, green, live­able, child-friendly and cul­ture and tourism-cen­tered city.

“Our bat­tle cry re­mains the same, to make San Fer­nando the best city for our chil­dren of the fu­ture gen­er­a­tion. All our hard work to­day is aimed at mak­ing them en­joy the beauty and the op­por­tu­ni­ties our city may bring in the com­ing years,” he sai d.

Dur­ing the assem­bly, San­ti­ago pre­sented his ad­min­is­tra­tion’s 10-point agenda which serves as the blue­print on his vi­sion and quest to make San Fer­nando a “su­per city.”

Also, the awards and ci­ta­tions, in­clud­ing Most Com­pet­i­tive and Most Child-Friendly City, Gawad Kalasag, and Out­stand­ing Mayor, bagged by the city gov­ern­ment were also pre­sented to show­case what the city has done in the past five years.

“We look at these (awards) as our in­spi­ra­tion as we move for­ward with our goal to pro­vide a com­mu­nity that is con­ducive for liv­ing, learn­ing, work­ing and play­ing for ev­ery Fer­nandino and Fer­nandino-at-heart,” he said.

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