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Bilang pagdiriwang ng ating ika-112 Araw ng Lalawigan ng Rizal sa ika-11 ng Hunyo, 2013
magkakaroon po tayo ng malawakang…

MEDICAL AND DENTAL MISSION
mula 8:00 am-2:00 pm

sa apat (4) na pampublikong ospital (secondary)
- Rizal Provincial Hospital System (RPHS) – Morong Main
- RPHS Angono Annex (Angono General Hospital) at Brgy. San Isidro, Angono
- RPHS Antipolo Annex (Antipolo District Hospital) at Sitio Imelda, Brgy. Dela Paz, Antipolo
- RPHS San Mateo-Montalban Annex at Brgy. Burgos, Montalban

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/Manda Icasiano, Public Information Office/Angono, Rizal

 

ANTIPOLO CITY, Rizal, Dec 7 (PIA) — Local and provincial employees and barangay secretaries participated in a business correspondence writing through the initiative of the Rizal Information Officers’ League (RIOL) and the Rizal provincial government at the Multi Purpose Hall, Provincial Capitol, Antipolo City, Rizal, December 6-7. 

Some of the participants from Angono, Rizal who attended RIOL's seminar. (Photo by Edwin Rivera)

Some of the participants from Angono, Rizal who attended RIOL’s seminar. (Photo by Edwin Rivera)

The two-day event aims to educate employees on the proper methods of writing business correspondence to improve the communication within the local government units.

The first day of the seminar was conducted for attendees from Antipolo City and the first district of Rizal (Taytay, Cainta, Angono, Binangonan) while the second day was attended by participants from Baras, Cardona, Jala-Jala, Morong, Pililla, Rodriguez, San Mateo, Tanay, and Teresa.

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RIOL, in cooperation with the provincial government, through the Public Information and Special Concerns Office and Department of the Interior and Local Government – Rizal, invited department heads, local and provincial employees and barangay secretaries to participate.

Guest speaker Myron Sta. Ana, founder and chief training expert of Myronosophies: The Learning and Development Powerhouse, tackled the correct methods of writing business letters, business memos, minutes of the meeting and the basics of holding a business meeting.

RIOL president and Rodriguez Municipal Information Officer Girlie Singson stated that RIOL is very satisfied with the seminar’s results.

“The participants have been very attentive and we have been getting a good response from them,” said Singson.  According to her, the seminar has been quite useful in teaching employees proper ways to create effective letters by using the right formats and methods of writing.

RIOL Officers pose with resource speaker Mr. Myron Sta. Ana (in black jacket)

RIOL Officers pose with resource speaker Mr. Myron Sta. Ana (in black jacket)

The seminar was attended by 133 participants from various LGUs in Rizal.   Jala-jala and Binangonan topped  the most number of participants  with 17 delegates each, followed by Teresa with 16 participants.  The towns of Angono, Morong and Rodriguez has 14 delegates each, while Antipolo and Tanay has both 11 participants.  Taytay has 9, Pililla with 8, and Cainta has only 2 participants.  The towns of  Baras, San Mateo and Cardona failed to send any participants on the said seminar.

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By Gideon Gapayao | Manda Icasiano

(Photos by Edwin Rivera)

Nina Richard R. Gappi at Precious T. Biraquit (OJT, Angono Public Information Office)

Bibigyan ng bayan ng Angono ng parangal at pagpapahalaga ang mining company na Batong Angono Aggregates Corporation dahil sa pagiging top taxpayer ngayong taon.

Kasama ng nasabing kumpanya na pararangalan din sa Agosto 19 sa programang pagdiriwang para sa ika-74 Taon ng Paglagda sa Pagsasarili ng Bayan ng Angono ay ang 19 pang business establishments.
Ayon sa Sangguniang Bayan, mahigit tatlumpung porsyento (30%) ng kita ng Pamahalaang Bayan ng Angono ay nagmumula sa mga business establishment.
Nararapat lamang pahalagahan ang nasabing mga kumpanya, ayon pa sa Sangguniang Bayan, dahil ang mga buwis nito ay malaking tulong sa pagtugon sa gastusin ng lokal na pamahalaan at nakakapagbigay ng trabaho sa mga taga-Angono.
“Kabahagi sila ng pamahalaan sa pagsusulong ng kaunlaran ng bayan,” wika ng Sangguniang Bayan.
Sa Top 20 taxpayers ngayong taon, walo dito ay nasa Barangay San Isidro, walo din sa Barangay San Pedro, tatlo ang nasa Barangay San Roque, at isa sa Barangay San Vicente.
Ang mga Top 20 taxpayers sa Angono ay ang mga sumusunod:
Batong Angono Aggregates Corp. (Don Mariano Santos Avenue, Barangay San Roque), Sanford Marketing Corporation (AB Central Building, Barangay San Pedro), PARCO Department Store and Supermarket (G/F Unishoppe Building, Barangay San Pedro), SON Relative Kindred Inc (Fuentes Bldg., M.L. Quezon Avenue, Barangay San Isidro), Mercury Drug Corporation-Angono Branch (M.L. Quezon Avenue, Barangay San Isidro)
Jollibee Foods Corporation (G/F Unishoppe, Barangay San Pedro), 7-Eleven (Raymundo Bldg., M.L. Quezon Avenue, Barangay San Pedro), RACE Ventures Inc. (8th Street San Martin Subdivision, Barangay San Isidro), Grocer E Supermarket (Col. Guido Street, Barangay San Roque), RAMA Garments Corporation (Don Justo Guido Street, Barangay San Pedro)
JCS Chemical Industries Inc. (Guido Ver Compound, Barangay San Roque), Creative Clothing Ventures (Carebi Subdivision, Barangay San Isidro), H & A International (St. Anthony, Carebi Subdivision, Barangay San Vicente),  XRC Resources Inc. (AB Central Building, Barangay San Pedro) RUSS Marketing Inc. (AB Central Building, Barangay San Pedro)
WATSONS Your Personal Store (AB Central Building, Barangay San Pedro), JMA Machinery Parts Supplier (Homepoint Village, Barangay San Isidro), EARL Metal and Plastic Parts Fabricators Inc. (Don Mariano Santos Avenue, Barangay San Isidro), AAA Antique Reproductions Inc. (M.L. Quezon Avenue, Barangay San Isidro) at Angono Medics Hospital (Rainbow Village, Barangay San Isidro).

ELECTRIFICATION PROGRAM – Rizal Gov. Jun Ynares (second from right), together with (left to right) BM Armando Villamayor, Mayor Gerry Calderon, One Meralco Foundation President Jeffrey Tarayao, Joey Calderon, and Meralco Central Business Head Ferdinand Geluz, push the ceremonial button for the electrification of St. Anthony Ville DOMSA in Angono Rizal. (Rizal PIO)

Consistent with Angono’s vision as the Art Capital of the Philippines, characterized by a clean, healthy, peaceful and orderly community, and as a prosperous, just and humane society with the blessings of God Almighty, Mayor Gerry Calderon recently signed the Executive Order No. 2012-01, implementing and observing the proper dress code in all public places in Angono, Rizal.

This is in line with the municipality’s drive towards orderliness, propriety and discipline to bring about an atmosphere of decency, and uphold the highest morals among Angonians.

By virtue of the local chief executive’s power vested by law, Mayor Gerry outlined the following order, as follows:

  1. All person must be properly and decently attired while moving about in public places within the Municipality of Angono;
  2. No person shall move about (i.e., walk, jog, run, or the like) in public places and outside his/her private residence in topless attire;
  3. Market vendors/sellers, whether in government-owned or privately owned markets, must be attired as follows:
    1. T-Shirt, Blouse or any top apparel with sleeves;
    2. Pants or Skirt;
    3. Shoes, sandals or step-in or slippers; and
    4. Apron, for vendors in the wet section and carinderia.

Thus, the following dressing/manner of dressing by vendors/sellers in the market sites are STRICTLY PROHIBITED:

  1. Going topless or half-naked;
  2. Wearing shorts / short shorts;
  3. Wearing sando or any sleeveless shirt/blouse;
  4. Wearing dirty or tattered clothes.

The said Executive Order was signed last January 16, 2012 and implemented and took effect immediately.

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