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SJDM soon to be highly-urbanized city

UNDER the leadership of equally dedicated and
competent Mayor Arthur Robes and wife, Rep. Rida
Robes, the shining and rising City of San Jose Del Monte,
Bulacan, will indubitably soon become a highly-urbanized
city as residents will go out to vote during a plebiscite by
the end of October this year.

Lucky I am along with my family and relatives to be
residents of this booming city that’s home to a number of
big shopping malls, factories, posh subdivisions and new
medical center, among others.

The tandem of this great couple is really a blessing for the
city people as both have been so hooked in transforming
SJDM into a more bustling, competitive and developed

No former elective city officials had unselfishly devoted
their time and even personal resources and initiated pro-
people and pro-poor programs except this amazing Robes
 Lucky 30 fishermen

Navotas Rep. Toby Tiangco has awarded 30-footer
fiberglass 16-horsepower marine engine ‘NavoBangka’
and fishing nets to 30 registered Navoteño fisherfolk.
Tiangco and brother, Mayor John Rey, said that more of
their constituents have been relying on fishing for their
livelihood but they have been struggling for years because
most of them have no boats of their own.

“By giving their own boats, we help ensure that they earn
enough to support their family and sustain an improved
quality of life,” Tiangco said.

The Tiangco brothers claimed that it is important that their
boats are registered with CAO so that they can avail of
benefits from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic
Resources such as fuel subsidy.

  ‘NavoTaAs’ Sports Camp

The local government has resumed the ‘NavotaAs Sports
Camp’ after its three-year hiatus due to the Covid-19

“For sure a lot of our local youth are all excited to know
that the sports camp has resumed and we are also equally
excited to see them enjoying the free sports training being
offered by the city government to them,” the city chief
executive said.

He said some 504 ‘Navoteños’, ages five to 20 years old,
have qualified for the free training in swimming, basketball,
volleyball, football, flag football, athletics, ‘arnis,’ judo,
karate, taekwondo,and pencak silat.

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