Quezon City News
Newly-elected barangay officials in QC take oath
Quezon City proudly witnesses the official oath-taking of recently elected barangay officials. Led by the esteemed Mayor Joy Belmonte, the event marks a significant step in the city's commitment to effective local governance. The swearing-in encompasses chairpersons, councilors, and Sangguniang Kabataan officials from all 142 barangays, highlighting the broad representation of community leaders.
Mayor Joy, in her inspiring address, urged the newly sworn-in public servants to rise above political differences and prioritize the principles of good governance. The call to transcend partisan interests resonated throughout the venue, setting a tone of unity and collective dedication to serving the residents of Quezon City.
The ceremony attracted prominent figures, including Vice Mayor Gian Sotto, Department of the Interior and Local Government - QC Director Emmanuel Borromeo, Commission on Election QC district officials, District Representatives, councilors, district action officers, and various other officials from the local government. Their presence emphasized the significance of the occasion and showcased a collective commitment to fostering positive change.
This event symbolizes a new beginning for the barangays of Quezon City, reflecting the shared vision of progress, community development, and responsive governance. As the newly sworn-in officials embark on their roles, the City of Quezon anticipates a positive impact on local communities, ushering in an era of dedicated service and transformative leadership.
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