Navotas Welcomes New Barangay Officials
In Navotas, a promising era has begun as newly elected leaders of the city's 18 barangays officially took their oath of office. Mayor John Rey Tiangco, in his address, applauded their achievement while underscoring the importance of leaving a legacy during their two-year tenure.
"Serving others is a privilege," Mayor Tiangco emphasized, urging the officials to uphold integrity in managing barangay funds, prioritize community welfare, and continuously enhance their capabilities for effective leadership and service.
Acknowledging the complexities faced by local leaders, he stressed the significance of making a positive and lasting impact despite the challenges. Mayor Tiangco also emphasized the officials' role in acquainting constituents with the city's various programs, urging them to act as catalysts for community engagement.
Echoing these sentiments, Congressman Toby Tiangco emphasized the need for accountability among public servants. He urged the newly elected officials to honor their commitments and set exemplary standards by abiding by regulations and demonstrating responsible governance.
As Navotas embraces a new chapter under the leadership of these officials, the emphasis remains on dedicated service, ethical conduct, and civic engagement, setting the tone for an empowered and responsive local governance.
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