“Pag-ulikid sang Syudad, Pag-ulikid ni Mayor” Brgy. San Isidro, Jaro, Iloilo City May 12, 2018

Matawhay kag madinalag-on ang ginhiwat nga “Pag-ulikid sang Syudad” program sa San Isidro, Jaro sang Mayo 12.

Ginpangunahan ni Mayor Joe III ang paghatag sang libre nga serbisyo sa barangay, kalakip ang serbisyo legal, konsultasyon kag paghatag bulong, circumcision, gabot ngipon kag check-up, pagkapon sa ido kag kuring, pagpabakuna sang anti-rabies sa ido kag kuring, HIV testing kag libre nga sports equipment. Continue reading “Pag-ulikid sang Syudad, Pag-ulikid ni Mayor” Brgy. San Isidro, Jaro, Iloilo City May 12, 2018

79 FAMILIES GET LIVELIHOOD AID

Mayor Jose Espinosa III distributed on May 8 the Cash for Work Assistance to 79 families whose houses were burned by fire at Brgy. Benedicto, Jaro.

Of the recipients, 76 families with totally damaged houses received P5,600 each while the three families with partially damaged houses got P2,800 or a total of P434,000, as validated by the City Social Welfare Development Office. Continue reading 79 FAMILIES GET LIVELIHOOD AID

BRINGING GOVERNMENT SERVICES CLOSER TO THE PEOPLE

The Iloilo City Government, headed by Mayor Jose Espinosa III, held the second round of “Pag-ulikid sang Syudad” at Barangay San Isidro, La Paz, morning of May 12.

Among the services given to residents were legal assistance, birth registration, dogs and cats castration and anti-rabbies injection, medical and dental consultations, senior citizen registration, City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) assistance, circumcision, among others. Continue reading BRINGING GOVERNMENT SERVICES CLOSER TO THE PEOPLE

United States Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Y. Kim impressed by developments in the city.

Mayor Jose “Joe” Espinosa III and city councilors welcomed Kim and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) officials to the city hall on April 19.

“While traveling to city hall, I have seen a lot of new construction sites. It only shows that there is really a great development here,” Kim said. Continue reading United States Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Y. Kim impressed by developments in the city.

“Free Service Water” Ordinance sa Syudad sang Iloilo

Nagsugod sang Mayo 8 ang ordinansa natuhoy sa paghatag sa mga restaurant kag kalan-an sang libre nga service water.

Ang Regulation Ordinance No. 2018-051 ukon “ordinance requiring restaurants and food outlets in the City of Iloilo to serve free potable service water to their customers” ginpasar sang City Council. Kinahanglan nga mag-offer kag mag-serbe sang potable water kag magbutang sang signage nga dali makit-an ang mga kalan-an. Pangunahan sang City Health Office ang pag-inspeksyon sa mga kalan-an kon nagasunod sa ordinansa. Continue reading “Free Service Water” Ordinance sa Syudad sang Iloilo

ICPO AIMS FOR ZERO CRIME ON BRGY. SK ELECTIONS

The Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO) aims for zero crime incident during the conduct of Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections on May 14.

“We encouraged the public to be vigilant and if you notice something that is unusual within your area, please help the ICPO by immediately reporting to police personnel nearest to your place for us to be able to achieve zero crime incident during elections,” ICPO operations chief Jowel Saliba said. Continue reading ICPO AIMS FOR ZERO CRIME ON BRGY. SK ELECTIONS

CITY LIBRARY OPENS CHILDREN’S NOOK

The Iloilo City Public Library (ICPL) has opened the Children’s Nook at second floor of City Hall May 2.

It aims to teach children aged 4 to 10 years old with various arts and craft this summer.

“We would like to invite the parents and their children to visit the Children’s Nook. This is City Government’s way of providing venue for children to enjoy summer season while learning new things,” said Mayor Jose Espinosa III.

“This is a summer workshop for our children every May. Since these children have no classes this summer, we think of ways on how to teach them arts, crafts, and mosaic, among others,” said City Librarian Marion Aguirre. Continue reading CITY LIBRARY OPENS CHILDREN’S NOOK