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Bataan hosts bench marking activity of Cagayan councilors

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  • Zeny S.
  • 6 years ago

BALANGA CITY, BataanSangguniang Panlalawigan ng Bataan Member Noel Valdecañas and Bagac Councilor Romano “Popoy” del Rosario, president and vice president, respectively of the Provincial Councilors’ League (PCL) Bataan welcomed the more than 150 delegates from Cagayan Province headed by Board Member Maila Rosario Ting Que for their group dynamics/team building activity focused on Effective Local Legislation for Local Tourism Development.
Ting Que shared that their province, Cagayan has not yet maximized its tourism potentials hence they chose to hold their activity here primarily because of the historical significance of the numerous landmarks here such as the Surrender Site here in Balanga City, the Mt. Samat Shrine in Pilar town, and the Cultural and Tourism destination at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac. She added that they want all the councilors of the 28 towns and 1 city of Cagayan to see for themselves the best practices here in Bataan that they can replicate in their respective municipalities.
Ting Que also said that they really admire not only the prevailing peace and order situation in the entire province but also the unity and cooperation of the different officials emanating from the top leadership that strengthen the economic progress of Bataan.
In a short program, BM Noel Valdecañas, impressed the delegates with his talk on the attainment of the province’s vision. The short video presentation prepared by the city and provincial tourism offices left the guests amazed on the beauty and bountiful resources of the province.
For his part, Councilor Romano del Rosario stressed in his message the role of the sangguniang bayan in drafting resolutions that will enhance and further develop the tourism destinations in their municipalities.
The group also had the chance to visit the Mt. Samat Shrine and Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar before going home.

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