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San Juan mayor leads inauguration of San Perfecto barangay hall
San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora led the inauguration of the newly constructed 4-storey multipurpose barangay hall with a wooden covered basketball half-court in Barangay San Perfecto. The infrastructure, which cost a total project allocation of 55 million pesos, aims to provide a better venue for the community's events and activities, including sports and recreation.
The inauguration was graced by Congresswoman Bel Zamora, Vice Mayor Warren Villa, and several councilors, including Angelo Agcaoili, Paul Artadi, Raissa Laurel, Ervic Vijandre, and Ryan Llanos Dee, along with Renren Ritualo from the Mayor's Office and Mayor Zamora's wife, Mayora Keri.
In his speech, Mayor Zamora expressed the importance of the cooperation between the local government officials to ensure that their projects and programs would benefit the citizens of San Juan. He thanked everyone who supported the project, especially Congresswoman Zamora, for helping to secure the necessary funds to build the infrastructure.
The barangay hall will serve as a venue for various activities such as community meetings, seminars, and events, while the half-court will cater to the youth's sporting activities. The completion of the project demonstrates the local government's commitment to providing its citizens with adequate infrastructure and facilities that will contribute to their overall welfare and development.
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