Rizal vows ‘corruption-free’ governance in Calamba

April 28, 2022 Dennis Abrina 128 views

INCUMBENT Calamba City, Laguna Vice Mayor and Mayoral aspirant Roseller ‘Ross’ Rizal of Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) Cusi wing faction vowed to institute reforms in the system of governance in the city that will guarantee a corruption-free and transparent local government once he is elected as local chief executive in the May 9, 2022 elections.

One of the major projects that Rizal plans to undertake if he emerges victorious in the polls, he will address the problem in the dumpsite in Bgy. Kay Anlog turned into a dumpsite of other towns outside the province of Laguna, the severe flooding during the rainy season in low-lying villages of the locality.

Rizal will also find out why the Jose Rizal Coliseum, which is owed to the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) in the amount of P1 Billion, has been vacant for the past five years but is still unfinished.

Vice Mayor Rizal calls to raise the quality of education in Calamba and fix the unemployment and housing shortage.

Action will be taken on the severe traffic problem, especially in the summer due to the influx of tourists. It just deserves to be given a quick fix because tourism brings business and jobs to the city where the national hero Jose P. Rizal was born.

He pledged to deliver essential services to Calamba residents if he is elected as mayor.

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