Gov. Espino extols nat’l government’s support to Pangasinan

CAPITOL NEWS GOVERNOR Espino hailed the efforts of the national government for reaching out to the local level and for being a constant partner of the provincial government in the economic development of Pangasinan In his remarks during the Dagyaw: Open Government and Participatory Governance Regional Townhall Meetings held at the Sison Auditorium on August 22, […]

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BRINGING GOV’T CLOSER TO PEOPLE

CAPITOL NEWS BRINGING GOV’T CLOSER TO PEOPLE. National government agencies executives lead the Dagyaw forum held at the Sison Auditorium on August 22 to share policies and flagship projects of the Duterte administration such as the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law, the “Build, Build, Build” program, and some major projects and concerns […]

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Gov. Espino brings Kalusugan Karavan to mountainous Malico village amid stormy weather

CAPITOL NEWS THE Kalusugan Karaban, a flagship project of Governor Amado I. Espino III, recently provided health services amid the onslaught of monsoon rains to the mountainous Malico village in San Nicolas town inhabited mainly by the ethno linguistic Kalangoya, an Indigenous Peoples tribe. The farthest barangay of Pangasinan in its eastern part, Barangay Malico […]

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SP mulls incentives for “drug-free establishments”

A proposed ordinance granting incentives to business establishments or organizations in Dagupan City certified to be drug-free has been filed with the endorsement of the Dagupan Police, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, the Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Center Bureau of Jail Management and Penology and the City Health Office.  Councilor Jose Netu Tamayo, SP chairman on […]

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New OIC designated at Provincial Assessment Office

GOV. Amado Espino III has designated Assistant Provincial Assessor Loida Q. Alamar as the new officer-in-charge of the Provincial Assessment Office. The designation was formalized through the issuance of Administrative Order No. 2019-0030 which the provincial chief executive signed on August 6. Alamar, who has been serving the provincial government for 35 years, finished her […]

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