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Designation of action officer for special bodies proposed
by PIO release

The chair of the city council committee on laws, justice, and human rights is pushing for the designation of an action officer in the special committees created to assist in acting on concerns of the residents.

Councilor Faustino A. Olowan, committee chair, said that the action officer of the special committees will sit as the executive officer to ensure that the plans and activities of the concerned bodies are effectively and efficiently carried out.

“The assignment of the action officer to every special committee will help in de-clogging the burden of the city mayor in overseeing the implementation of the issues and concerns that are supposed to be addressed by the said committees so that the executive will get updates and provide the needed instructions on how the programs and projects will be undertaken,” Olowan said.

Among the special committees being proposed to be created in addition to existing special bodies include the barangay segregation committee, local inter-agency committee to work on the post-proclamation activities towards the award and titling of lots to the intended beneficiaries of proclaimed areas; city land needs identification committee for the identification, delineation, and protection of lands for public purposel; task for Irisan 1 and 2 to look into the land tenurial problems of Irisan barangay residents; subdivision monitoring committee to encourage real estate developers to apply for the necessary clearance and permits prior to development to ensure conformity with existing rules; and the local zoning ordinance and land identification and swapping committee to facilitate the awarding of more than 500 land titles and certificate of land awards.

Olowan said the action officer for every special committee should be knowledgeable on the issues and concerns being brought to the committee so that whatever recommended solutions to the problems brought for immediate action will conform to the position of the local government on such problems.

He said it is best for whoever will be the next local chief executive to designate responsible individuals who will oversee the pressing issues and concerns of the city and for them to make the appropriate recommendations from where the mayor will base his actions on the most doable solution to the problems being brought to the office for immediate action.

Olowan said that the local government has numerous issues and concerns that must be addressed and the local chief executive cannot do as much things at a time which is why the best remedy is to allow the special bodies to work on the ground and come up with suggestions on the actions to be undertaken.

He said that the delegation of duties and responsibilities is still the best way to address as many problems as possible.

 
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Domogan conferred hall of fame plum for CSWD progs

Over 3T hired on the spot in job fair

Few barangays complied w/ profile requirement – council

Employers told to enlist domestic workers

Bank deposits reach P12.7 T in 2018

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349 hired on the spot in job fair

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CCTV footage of City Hall robbery suspect released

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