CSF receives Silver Trailblazer Award at PGS KickOff

The City of San Fernando, La Union with the vision to be the Premier Capital City of Ilocandia by 2020 showcased its progress in its Performance Governance System Pathway through their performance reporting during the Public Governance Forum with the theme: “KickOff: The Race to 2015” on March 19, 2013 at the Edsa Shangri-La Manila. [...]

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“Floating book shop” arriving in San Fernando port

A ship which serves as an “ambassador of goodwill and international relations,” will arrive in San Fernando City and stay docked from May 22 to June 4, 2013, for the general public. The vessel, named MV Logos Hope is following its predecessor, MV Doulos which visited San Fernando in 1996, 2000 and 2001. Logos ship [...]

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CSF conducts Bamboo Arts and Handicrafts lecture and forum

The City Government of San Fernando, through the Office of the City Agriculturist and in partnership with the Office of the City Administrator, City Planning and Development and City ENRO, initiated the Bamboo Arts and Handicrafts Lecture and Forum with the objective of strengthening the city’s new OTOP, the KAWAYAN. On April 3, 2013, a [...]

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PCO lauds unknown soldiers’ heroism

City Mayor Pablo C. Ortega cited once more the bravery and moral courage of soldiers who gave their lives fighting for freedom during the World War II in Bataan and Coregidor, calling their heroism, “epic of human endurance.” The Mayor spoke in celebration of the April 9-Araw ng Kagitingan (Bataan Day,) where the whole country, [...]

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Miss City of San Fernando 2013 crowned

Thousands of residents and visitors from the city and other towns in the province flocked to the City Plaza Auditorium to witness the big night in celebration of the city’s 15th foundation anniversary with the theme: Green Economy: Going Green at 15 on March 20, 2013 during the search for Miss City of San Fernando [...]

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MPCO unveils Php 39.2-M projects

The City Government of San Fernando, under Mayor Pablo C. Ortega, proving its crucial commitment to start its development programs in the barangays (villages), has inaugurated its infrastructure projects, worth Php 39, 273, 000, Monday, March 11, 2013. Inauguration and blessings were conducted in the areas, particularly in Barangays of Canaoay, Dallangayan Este, Ilocanos, Mameltac, [...]

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Agri-Tourism Trade fair opens in San Fernando

An agricultural and tourism trade exposition was formally opened to the public, as it signals the opening of the San Fernando City Fiesta celebration and 15th Foundation Anniversary which is on March 20. This year’s theme, “ Green Economy 2013: Going Green at 15,” features , 12 booths of 59 barangays in the city, clustered [...]

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League picks CSF councilor as one of the best in Region I

San Fernando City Councilor Joseph M. De Guzman was picked among the 10 Most Outstanding Councilors in Region I, in a panel of selection from the Philippine Councilors League, National Council, with signatories, Baccarra, Ilocos Norte Councilor Jolamar Go, congress director; Bacnotan, La Union Councilor Frank Almodovar, PCL regional treasurer; Dagupan City Councilor Maybelen Fernandez, [...]

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FM radio donates medicines to city government

A leading radio station in La Union recently donated medicines and vitamins for the City Government of La Union as part of their commitment, not only to radio listeners but also to the public. MY FM, a frequency modulation (FM) radio station, on 104.3 megahertz and located at its base in Sea and Sky College [...]

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PAGIBIG, City Gov’t join forces in free wedding

The PAGIBIG Fund, led by its chief executive officer Atty Darlene Marie Berberabe and in partnership with the San Fernando City Government, headed by Mayor Pablo C. Ortega and Vice Mayor Hermenigildo A. Gualberto, served as patrons in a free mass wedding of 87 couples, held at the Ortega Sports Complex, recently. Dubbed as “I [...]

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