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Bacoor opens Barangay Liga ‘Bulwagan’

BACOOR, Cavite—Mayor Lani Mercado-Revilla led city officials in the blessing and inauguration of the new Bulwagan ng Liga ng mga Barangay at the Bacoor Government Center Grounds in Barangay Bayanan here.

Also present were Cavite second district Rep. Strike B. Revilla, Vice Mayor Karen Sarino, members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, and Hon. Victorio “Toto” Guerrero Jr., the Association of Barangay Captains President and Chairman of the City Council’s Committee on Barangay Affairs.

For the first time since he was elected as Cavite’s vice governor, Jolo Revilla (seated in background, center) was the guest of honor of the Bacoor City Government’s Monday flag raising ceremony on Jan. 23. Revilla’s mother, Bacoor Mayor Lani Mercado-Revilla, led local officials in welcoming the young vice governor. Benjamin Chavez 

The building will help the city government oversee the barangays’ peacekeeping activities and serve as a training center to enhancing the leadership skills of the barangay officials in Bacoor.

The two-story structure is the new home of the Liga ng mga Barangay, Asosasyon ng mga Barangay Captains (ABC), Asosasyon ng mga Barangay Kagawad (ABAKA), Asosasyon ng mga Barangay Secretaries (ABS), and Association of Barangay Treasurers (ABT).

The barangays and the Sangguniang Kabataan will use the venue to make sure that barangay officials perform their duties and functions as mandated by the Local Government Code, Guerrero said.

Topics: Mayor Lani Mercado-Revilla , Bulwagan ng Liga ng mga Barangay , Bacoor Government Center Grounds , Rep. Strike B. Revilla , Vice Mayor Karen Sarino , Hon. Victorio “Toto” Guerrero Jr.
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