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Las Piñas signs agreement for community-based monitoring system
Mayor Mel Aguilar signed a memorandum of agreement with the Community-Based Monitoring System Network Team, the Bureau of Local Government Development of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (BLGD-DILG), and the DILG National Capital Region for the implementation of the Las Piñas City Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS).
Vice Mayor April Aguilar witnessed the MOA signing held at the Mayor's Office this morning.
Present in the MOA signing were Director Anna Liza Bonagua (Director. BLGD-DILG), Director Maria Lourdes Agustin (Regional Director, DILG - NCR), Anne Bernadette Mandap (Research and Administration Officer, CBMS Network), Ms. Evelyn Castro, BLGD-DILG, Ms Lea Evangelista, DILG-NCR and Ms. Coleen Nicolas of CBMS.
The CBMS is the process of collecting data in the communities/barangays of Las Piñas and processing it, so that it it can be integrated to the plan, program implementation and impact monitoring of the city government. It is a way to empower the communities by engaging in the planning process.
Also present in the MOA signing were City Administrator Reynaldo Balagulan, General Services Officer Atty. Gerald Beloso, City Legal Officer Atty. Glenda Lucena, City Engineer Rosabella Bantog, BPLO Head Wilfredo Gaerlan, OIC-Treasury Susan Bombita, City Planning Officer Engr. Nida Lagrisola, DILG City Director Mary Anne Planas, Ms. Patricia Joy Quinatadcan- DILG Las Piñas and former Councilors Mark Anthony Santos and Henry Medina.
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