By Mortz C. Ortigoza
CALASIAO – The mayor of this burgeoning town will meet his department heads after the Holy Week to discuss their accomplishments and the projects their departments are going to complete.
|Calasiao Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay (right) spoke in a|
media "Kapihan" while his father Vice Mayor Roy listened.
“Basically, we are focus on the infrastructures and the service we are going to give to the people,” Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay said.
He cited that his administration looks on the completion of the multi-purpose hall being built at Dinalaoan Elementary School, the covered court at Nalsian – Bacayao Elementary School, and the ordinance on anti-littering that will be passed and signed by him into law within this year.
“Pati na rin iyong paghuli sa colorum. Pero nasabihan naman natin sila (motorized tricycle drivers and operators) earlier at least one month before to give them enough ample time to secure their requirements (We are going to discuss the apprehension of the unregistered public utility vehicles. But I told the motorized tricycle drivers and operators to secure their requirements earlier so they can have enough time),” he stressed.
Meanwhile, as far as he knows, Mayor Macanlalay said that the former principal, Dr. Lourdes Servito, of this town’s huge Comprehensive National High School is still receiving pay in the school despite being assigned as an acting city assistant superintendent of the Department of Education in Dagupan City.
He said the situation calls for it because the higher ups of the DepEd has yet to send a new position in the city.
He explained that the same situation is expected for the post of the incoming principal in the roughly 5,000 strong students’ high school here where the new head of teachers will draw his or her salary from the last school he/she comes from.