Ferrer Newly elected Naic Town Mayor Raffy Dualan was sworn in before Cavite Gov. Jonvic Remulla in a simple rite held at Naic town plaza covered court, Bgy. Poblacion, June 29, 2022. (Inset photo) Vice Mayor-elect Junio Dualan also took the oath of office before Remulla. Photo by Dennis Abrina

Newly elected officials in Cavite take oath

June 29, 2022 Dennis Abrina 785 views

GENERAL TRIAS CITY (GenTri), Cavite – Newly elected Mayor Jon Jon Ferrer IV took his oath of office as incoming mayor of General Trias City Wednesday, June 29, 2022, at General Trias Cultural and Convention Center in Barangay Sampalukan here.

The incoming local chief executive took his oath of office before Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla Jr. in simple rites witnessed by 33 village chairs, Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) chairpersons of 33 barangays inside the convention area.

Outgoing Mayor Atty Antonio “Ony” Ferrer was sworn in before the Court of Appeals (CA) Associate Justice Emily Geluz, witnessed by his mother, Teresita Alandy Ferrer, wife Anne Ferrer, and children.

In Naic, Mayor-elect Raffy Dualan, Vice Mayor-elect Junio Dualan, and Councilors Rommel Magbitang, Tere Puno, Ferdinand Wakay, Eimeren Nazareno, Bernie Lopez, Sonny Atienza, Jerry Barrera, and Rod Castillo formally took their oath office before Gov. Remulla held at Naic covered court.

Among those who took the oath of office were GenTri Vice Mayor-elect Jonas Labuguen, Cavite 6th District Board Members Kerby Salazar, and Maurito Sison, Councilors Atty. Jesse Grepo, Jango Grepo, Claire Moral, Kyle Salazar, Jay Columna, Major Gani Culanding, Jowie Carampot, Kristine Perdito-Barison, Vivencio Lozares Jr., Richard Parin, Alfredo Ching, and Hernando Granados administered by Judge Jaclyn Vicente, Municipal Trial Court in Cities (MTCC), General Trias City.

Mayor-elect Jonjon Ferrer said he will “focus on the local waste problem in his first 100 days” as the city spends an estimated P250 million per year on garbage disposal alone.

According to Ferrer, the local government is also studying to “reduce the amount of waste disposal” in the city, in conjunction with adjusting waste segregation from the household level.

“I encourage all the residents to continue practicing ‘waste segregation’ from each household, it helps our environment and waste disposal process. This is a big thing to reduce the waste to be collected by garbage trucks and at the same time you can sell used bottles, newspapers, cartons, scrap steel and plastics,” said Jon Jon Ferrer.

Meanwhile, Carmona elected officials Cavite 5th District Congressman-elect Roy Loyola, Mayor-elect Dahlia Loyola, MD., Vice Mayor Cesar Ines Jr., and councilors Mila Manabat, Boyet Loyola, Max Acbay, Tatang Manarin, Dominador Tenedero, Bernie Ortiz, Bicky Reyes, and Bobby Lontok were sworn in before Supreme Court (SC) Associate Justice Samuel Gaerlan held at the town plaza across the municipal hall.