City Inaugurates Animal Rescue and City Pound Facility in Balubal

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Mayor Oscar Moreno and City Veterinarian Dr. Perla Asis led the blessing and turnover of the new P2.4 million Animal Rescue and City Pound facility in Barangay Balubal  Wednesday morning Oct. 18, 2017.

Meanwhile, Mayor Moreno expressed gratitude to the majority members of the 18th City Council under the leadership of Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin Uy for their unwavering support of his program and project as he hopes that there will be no more stray dogs in the city.

Engr. Roland Pacuribot, Dr. Hector San Juan, personnel of City Vet Office and BMEG and officials from other barangays attended the activity.

Photo by Jay Arancon/CIO


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“We must reconnect to the past as it is very important for the city’s future,”

This was stressed by Mayor Oscar Moreno after opening the City Archives Building Left Wing worth almost P2 milllion in a blessing ceremony on October 18, 2017.

Acting City General Services Officer Eldie S. Daayata is very grateful to Mayor Moreno’s support as they have been dreaming for the completion of the archives building for so long.

The first in the country which was inaugurated in March 1996 during the late Mayor Pablo ‘Ambing’ Magtajas’ time, the City Archives serves as a repository of permanent government records and public documents with historical and legal value which can be useful for scholars, researchers and historians. (photos by Jomar Figuracion/Leo Pagon)


CDO bag prestigious Galing Pook award

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2017 Galing Pook Awards! Rising up from the mud... and political obstructionism.:-

This Galing Pook award considered the Gold Standard in local governance is a fitting affirmation of the partnership of the city government and the communities who synergized to overcome the Sendong catastrophe resulting in building the city better.

From 158 entries, down to 20 finalists, Cagayan de Oro City shares the 2017 Galing Pook with nine other LGUs.

The award is a fitting recognition of the leadership of Mayor Oscar Moreno, whose vision, managerial acumen and character were put to test in rebuilding the after hit by the gravest natural disaster in its history.

The award vindicated Mayor Moreno and the people Cagayan de Oro who gave him a resounding mandate and who have been relentlessly attacked by unparalleled political obstructionism. As the mayor said, he overcame the odds by being firm, performing well and more importantly, engaging the community.

As a thought leader and social activist, Edicio Dela Torre aptly said, the city under the leadership of Moreno did not only rise up from the mud but political obstructionism as well.


Briefing on Most Child-Friendly Police Stations

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THE 10 participating police stations in Cagayan de Oro City undergone a briefing on the guidelines and mechanics of the ‘Search for Most Child-Friendly Police Station 2017’ conducted by Oro Youth Development Council, represented by Mr. Al Rashide Galaura, at the Development Bank of the Philippines conference room today, October 11, 2017.
The search shall cover 3 phases, namely: Police Station Evaluation Criteria, Community-Based Evaluation and Final Presentation.
CSWD division head Julius Pamisa said bigger cash prizes are awaiting this year’s winners wherein the Most Child-Friendly Police Station will receive P100,000; 2nd Most Child Friendly Police Station, P70,000 and 3rd Most Child-Friendly Police Station, P50,000.
Special Award with Cash Grant; Best Child Welfare Initiative, Most Outstanding WCPD Personnel, Most Child-Friendly Child Space, Best Service to the Community and Best in Record Keeping and Documentation will be given also.

DSWD cash for work to IDPs in CDO

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ApamisaNOTHER batch of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) attend an orientation on the cash for work program sponsored by the DSWD where each beneficiary would get P2,000 while working in 10 days, adopting the city’s Urban Container Household Gardening.

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