Team AGuiLa bats for good governance, economic progress
TEAM AGuiLa which stands for Alyansang Guico-Lambino offers platforms of good governance and real economic progress of Pangasinan, its leaders said.
Fifth District Rep. Ramon Guico III, the gubernatorial bet of Team AGuiLa, said he will not only push for more jobs in Pangasinan by making the provincial government corrupt-free to encourage more investors but will build economic zones for agriculture, tourism, and industrial by improving the connectivity of the province and connect Pangasinan to major airports and seaports to the central business district.
He added his team will promote modernized farming methodologies, using mobile apps for connectivity to the farmers to improve techniques and marketing tools, while providing them access to financing with lower interest rates.
On the pandemic, Guico wants his administration to be proactive on the vaccine plan while keeping tab of human and technical resources, i.e., competent medical practitioners, facilities and equipment, tents, ventilators, etc.”
He pledged to establish more satellite offices in the province to make social services accessible to the poor.
Guico’s running mate, Vice Gov. Mark Lambino, who is seeking his second term, said he will continue to sustain what he started, using education, employment, environment, social services, agriculture and clean governance for the economic progress of the province.
“We want to destroy partisan politics within the Sangguniang Panlalawigan,” Lambino added.
Former Fifth District Rep. Mark Cojuangco who is running for representative of Second District stressed that the AGuiLa team will implement programs geared “towards real development of Pangasinan” being a “catalyst for change in the entire Pangasinan”.
He said he intends to bring to the Second District the success of infrastructure programs in the Fifth District where he and his wife Kimi served for 15 years , i.e., construction of bypass roads, flood control, highway, agricultural infrastructure and palay dryers.
He pointed out that Guico has done a great job by bringing an economic zone to Binalonan that instantly produces 10,000 jobs.
For his part, former Alaminos City Mayor Arthur Celeste who is eyeing a return as congressman in the First District said he will push for the revival of the unfinished airport project in Alaminos and the stalled international seaport in Sual.
“If they have CEZA (Cagayan Economic Zone Authority), we can also do that in the First District by making it an industrial park,” Celeste added.
He said his district has a lot of potentials for development with presidential intervention and congressional functions. (Eva Visperas)
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