City Back To Strict Measures Inside Public Market
Due to the recent increase of COVID-19 positive cases of market vendors and helpers in the public market of San Carlos City, Public Market and Slaughterhouse Department (PMSD) imposed more rigid measures within the marketplace.
Jose V. Valmayor Jr. Public Market
Leila Mansueto, PMSD Head said they had been disinfecting the market since last week during Mondays and Fridays around 5 P.M. to ensure public safety which is everyone’s main concern during this pandemic.
City Produces New Skilled Cooks
At least 25 individuals from the different barangays in San Carlos City completed their 316 hours of Cookery NCII training at the city’s DOST Livelihood and Skills Training Center.
|TESDA NC II Cookery graduates posed with City Officials (back) led by City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo
Vice Mayor Christopher Paul S. Carmona and SP members held at the City Hall lobby, October 8
The Public Employment Service Office (PESO) in coordination with the Technical Education & Skills Development Authority (TESDA) held a culmination program for the first batch of scholars at the city hall lobby last Oct. 8, 2020.
San Carlos City Formally Opens Two New Projects
The local government of San Carlos City thru City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo and Vice Mayor Christopher Paul S. Carmona formally opened the two newly-completed projects located in Barangay Rizal, last Oct. 8, 2020.
|City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo (right) and City Vice Mayor Brgy. Rizal Punong Barangay David E. Logarta (left) and
Christopher Paul S. Carmona (left) led the ribbon cutting SP Carlos Manuel L. Valmayor (right) cuts the ribbon at
ceremony of the newly-completed road project near the the SanCaVille Subd roadways and drainage, Brgy. Rizal
City Hospital, Brgy Rizal. The event was witnessed by witnessed by City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo
Sangguniang Panlungsod members, barangay officials
First project was the widening and improvement along the left side of Circumferential Road 2 to Baticulan Creek budgeted by the city government at P5.6 Million from the 20% Development Fund 2019 under the Roads Development Program.