SAN CARLOS CITY. The City Development Council feels a sense of fulfillment with the “SEAL OF GOOD HOUSEKEEKING’ awarded to San Carlos City by the Department of Interior and Local Government in December 2011.
This elation was felt by the CDC during its General Assembly last October 12, 2012 as Mayor Julier C. Resuello cited that LGU projects approved by the CDC have been efficiently implemented, thereby garnering the DILG citation that gave as incentive to San Carlos City 25 million pesos as Local Government Support Fund for priority and essential projects of this city.
And for the year 2012 the DILG extended financial subsidy for disaster management and rescue equipment in the amount of 4 million pesos. Likewise through the Performance Challenge Fund of the DILG, San Carlos City received 3 million pesos as incentive for good performance in local governance.
City Local Government Operations Officer of San Carlos, Virgilio Sison, said that the LGU under the Resuello administration has been a recipient of the Seal of Good Housekeeping because of good governance, expedient public services, sound fiscal management transparency and accountability. This is the result of the collective efforts of city officials, heads and staff of departments and agencies, and the various sectors that heftily support the LGU.
The CDC which is headed by Mayor Resuello is comprised of various sectors and NGO’s that enhance the development and economy in San Carlos in their respective fields of endeavors.
In relation to DILG monitoring and scrutiny, the City Health Office headed by OIC-City Health Officer Dr. Edwin Guinto garnered a perfect rating which is considered as “excellent performance” in the category of social governance in the Local Governance Performance Electronic Report of 2011 by the DILG Local Governance Performance Monitoring System. Social governance comprises the 4 areas of health services, support to housing and basic services, peace/security, and disaster risk management. (CIO)