Saturday, December 27, 2014

Cojuangco-Macanlalay Gov’t to Double Services – Mark Roy

For Pangasinan to Benefit
                                                                     By Mortz C. Ortigoza

CALASIAO – The mayor here said that incase voters elect him and former Congressman Mark Cojuangco for the vice governorship and governorship, respectively, of Pangasinan they would double their services they used to be giving to their constituents.
Calasiao Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay exhorted the village
chiefs and council members of Binmaley town at his residence.
Muli po akong nagpapasalamat sa inyo na sana ay ibigay ninyo sa amin ang pagkakata-on sa lalawigan po ng Pangasinan na pagsi-silbihan po namin kayo ni Congressman Mark”.
Macanlalay exhorted the village chiefs and council members of Binmaley town when their mayor Sam Rosario and Liga President Arsenio Merrera unequivocally gave their support to him and Cojuangco last December 19 inside his residential compound here.
“Ako nandirito sa inyo na nagsasalita dahil ako po ay naniniwala at kung paano naniwala si Mayor Sammy si ABC president Dindo Merrera gayon din po sa amin sa inyo na magtiwala at mas kilalanin pati kami upang buong buo po ang ibibigay ninyong suporta sa 2016,” he stressed.
This town has been burgeoning under the long reigning leadership of the mayor and his father former Mayor and now Vice Mayor Roy Macanlalay where Manila based big time investors put shops here.
 “Sunod sunod na ang mga nagpapatayo ng structures diyan. Nagkaroon ng mga karagdagang restaurants sa tabi ng Dagupena (restaurant). Meron na doon show windows ng Nissan, Susuki, Laus Group of Companies, KIA. Haima na isang brand ng sasakyan. Tapos iyong mga gas stations pa na SEA Oil, Caltex, marami pa,” he explained.
 The business establishments that put shop here before the mall was constructed were Jollibee, Honda, Toyota, and Amianan Motors.
He said Barangay San Miguel that host all of these businesses is the display windows of this town to people who pass the MacArthur Highway going to and from Manila. He said that people who have not been to this area for three years would have a jolt of their life because of the edifices that sprouted there like mushrooms.
Cojuangco on the other hand was responsible in pouring hundreds of millions of pesos of huge infrastructures to his head turning modern palay drying facility and a warehouse project in Barangay Unzad, Villasis town, Pangasinan Dairy Farm in Barangay Maraboc, Laoac with 300 females and 200 male imported dairy cows from Australia, expansion of national highway to four lanes, huge water drainage, to name a few in the 5th Congressional District when he was a nine-year solon there.

His wife Kimi is the incumbent congresswoman of the district.

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