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Las Piñas council holds 40th regular session

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The Las Piñas Sanggunian convened its 40th regular session at the Las Piñas City Session Hall on Monday, May 22, 2023. During the session, the members of the Las Piñas City Council extensively discussed vital issues and measures aimed at furthering the progress of the city and promoting the welfare of its residents.

Among the important items on the agenda was the recommendation for the approval of additional plantilla positions for the Dr. Filemon C. Aguilar Memorial College of Las Piñas (DFCAMCLP). The proposal, endorsed by the City Budget Office, focused on the annual allocation ordinance for the Sangguniang Kabataan of Barangays Pilar, Pamplona Tres, and Talon Dos for this year. Additionally, the council deliberated on various letters of request seeking the potential waiving of penalties and interests on business and transfer taxes. Recommendations for infrastructure projects aimed at providing enhanced services to residents were also discussed.

City Vice Mayor April Aguilar and Councilors Ruben Ramos, Danilo Hernandez, Mark Anthony Santos, Oscar Peña, Peewee Aguilar, Lord Aguilar, Luis Bustamante, John Jess Bustamante, Florante Dela Cruz, Henry Medina, Rex Riguera, Roberto Cristobal, and Rachelle Dela Peña were present at the session.


The Las Piñas Sanggunian, through its regular sessions, plays a crucial role in the governance and decision-making process of the city. These sessions serve as platforms for council members to address pertinent issues, propose resolutions, and collaborate on initiatives that contribute to the overall development and betterment of Las Piñas and its constituents.

The 40th regular session demonstrated the commitment of the Las Piñas Sanggunian in fulfilling its mandate to serve the people and promote the interests of the community. By deliberating on various matters and approving significant resolutions, the council continues to prioritize the welfare and advancement of the city.

The decisions made during the session will have a direct impact on the residents of Las Piñas, ensuring that the necessary measures and actions are taken to address their needs and create a more progressive and prosperous city.

As the Las Piñas Sanggunian remains dedicated to fulfilling its responsibilities, the council members reaffirm their commitment to working collaboratively, with the guidance of Mayor Imelda Aguilar, in making informed decisions that will shape the future of Las Piñas City.


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